#35 Hayden Wilson – inner work, coaching and learning

Hayden Wilson

By popular demand Hayden Wilson is making his second round on the podcast.

Hayden Wilson is a copywriter, marketing consultant, podcaster and author.

His clients include the largest recruiter of health and wellness staff at sea, one of Perth’s fastest growing social media agencies, as well as everyday small business owners from around Australia.

His current mission is to help passionate business owners get ahead in business using the power of marketing, persuasion and influence.

When he isn’t researching or writing, he is either at the gym or at a cafe with his Ridgeback x Kelpie, Basil.

Connect with Hayden Wilson

Websites: http://www.haydenwritesstuff.com


Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/haydenwritesstuff

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/haydenwritesstuff/

See previous podcast episode with Hayden here

#34 Mark Luxon – Finding your North Star, personal training as a career and FMA

Mark Luxon

Mark Luxon director of FMA institute and education. Mark has been in the Health, fitness and education space for decades. He has been mentoring and working with Personal trainers to improve their business and skills in the industry. Mark works alongside Mark Buckley at the FMA institute and has a wealth of knowledge and experience.

Facts about Mark Luxon

  • Grew up in entrepreneurial family – dad owned a big printing business and a number of restaurants.
  • Studied B.Commerce and worked in the finance industry right out of school.
  • One of the youngest financial planners in the city at 23.
  • Played football at a high level, national level sprinter but my body kept breaking down.  Did a Cert 4 fitness to figure out why (it didn’t help).
  • Met Mark Buckley at Paul Chek and Mark blew his mind.  Helped re-define who he wanted to be as a trainer.
  • Decided to become a PT and quit my $140k/year finance job.
  • Partnered with Mark Buckley to run the Business side of FMA.

Connect with Mark and The FMA Institute

FMA Institute – Click here

FMA FaceBook – Click here

Mark Luxon FaceBook – Click here

Interview with David Godfrey: binge eating, depression and body image

David Godfrey podcast

David Godfrey is an author, international speaker, peak performance coach, and specialist in emotional and behavioural change.

David has over 15 years experience helping people overcome a variety of conditions including depression, chronic fatigue syndrome, disordered and compulsive eating, phobias and addiction. Continue reading “Interview with David Godfrey: binge eating, depression and body image”

Ep 30 Anna Wallenten: Life coaching & rituals for success

Anna wallenten podcast

Anna Wallenten is a Dubai based Peak Performance Expert specializing in maximizing human potential through individually designing custom made action plans according to every clients’ own beliefs, values and visions.

Her belief in human potential has evolved from a mission into an obsession to get her clients to places they always wanted to go but never thought possible. Continue reading “Ep 30 Anna Wallenten: Life coaching & rituals for success”

EP 28 Tim Skinner: 6in4 body transformation, Time Out Dubai, vlogging

Time out Dubai

Tim Skinner is a special guest and is not the usual type of guest on this podcast. Tim Skinner is Head of Video content for Time out Dubai and all around great man. Continue reading “EP 28 Tim Skinner: 6in4 body transformation, Time Out Dubai, vlogging”

EP 23 John Meadows: bodybuilding, work ethic and competitive drive

John Meadows podcast

John Meadows on the podcast. John is an American professional bodybuilder and entrepreneur with an intriguing story.

While John now boasts a successful career as an IFBB Pro bodybuilder and fitness company owner, his journey towards the top was extremely difficult to say the least. Continue reading “EP 23 John Meadows: bodybuilding, work ethic and competitive drive”

EP 21 Dr Roy Sugarman: Emotional drivers and peak performance

Roy Sugarman podcast

Dr Roy Sugarman is a Clinical Neuro-psychologist, clinical psychologist and an expert in peak performance. He is the director of performance for EXOS alongside Nick Winkelman. He has worked at the elite level with USA national teams as a mindset coach. He’s a published author of the two acclaimed books “Saving your life one day at a time” & my personal favorite “Client centered coaching.” Continue reading “EP 21 Dr Roy Sugarman: Emotional drivers and peak performance”

EP 20 Luke Leaman: Learning, teaching and making enemies

Luke Leaman podcast

Luke Leaman is the founder of the company muscle nerds, which is a valuable online resource for coaches and trainers looking to upskill. Which also offers seminars, mentoring amongst many other things.

He is an incredible resource of information pertaining to nutrition, coaching, science and training. I first came across him through the Poliquin group where he was teaching and have followed his work since. Continue reading “EP 20 Luke Leaman: Learning, teaching and making enemies”

EP 19 Andrew Read: Cutting through the BS of the fitness industry

Andrew Read

Andrew read is a veteran of the Personal training and coaching industry in Australia and has been for 20 plus years.

He is a prolific blog writer for several big online publications, including breaking muscle, blitz, inside MMA, Oxygen, Ultra Fit and many more. Andrew’s writing is his cranky and no BS policy. He has a refreshing outlook and a strong voice of reason in an otherwise very consussing industry. Continue reading “EP 19 Andrew Read: Cutting through the BS of the fitness industry”

Easy-strength: Increase strength without fatigue

Easy-strength ramadan

There is a complete misnomer that in order to get stronger, you need to push yourself to grind out sets and reach fatigue on each training block and this couldn’t be further from the truth with easy-strength.

We often forget (myself included) that strength and strength training is as much as a skill as it is a physical trait… Yes, at some point you need to lift heavy shit to get strong, but the point is you don’t have to be drowning in fatigue to make significant improvements. Continue reading “Easy-strength: Increase strength without fatigue”