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Best Scott Hambrick podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Scott Hambrick podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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Matt Reynolds and Scott Hambrick discuss all things strength. Follow the podcast @barbell_logic on instagram and join the Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/barbelllogiccoaching. Contact Matt at www.barbell-logic.com @reynoldsstrong on IG, Twitter and Facebook. Contact Scott at www.barbell-logic.com @scott_silverstrength on IG.
 
Conversations with authors, teachers, creators, and community leaders that are carefully contemplating the nature and practice of classical education, aesthetic wonder, and Christian community. For information regarding your data privacy, visit Acast.com/privacy
 
The CiRCE Institute Podcast Network is made up four regular shows: FORMA, featuring interviews and conversations with educators, writers, and thinkers. The Mason Jar featuring Cindy Rollins, all Charlotte Mason all the time. Close Reads, a book club podcast, featuring Angelina Stanford and Tim McIntosh. Ask Andrew, in which Andrew Kern answers listener questions about Christian classical education. As well as various seasonal shows like The Commons with Brian Phillips, The Divided Line with ...
 
The Distilled Man Podcast gives you simple introductions to the essential skills you need to become a better man. Each episode we interview experts and thought-leaders that will motivate you to set a higher bar in your life. From practical tips on how to be a more refined man, to insights about social confidence and productivity, we give you the knowledge and tools to become the best version of yourself.
 
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This week, Scott and Karl read The Sound of Waves, a 1954 novel by the Japanese author Yukio Mishima. The novel follows Shinji and his romance with Hatsue, the beautiful daughter of the wealthy shipowner, on the island of Uta-Jima (Song Island). It’s a charming coming-of-age story, but as Scott points out, “There’s not a reformer in this book.” Do …
 
Barbell Logic Coach and VP of Coaching Excellence, Andrew Jackson presented a lecture to students at the March 2020 Professional Barbell Coach (PBC) Seminar on what being a professional barbell coach means. Many aspiring coaches get caught up in the nuts and bolts of training, programming, teaching, and cueing, while neglecting the business side of…
 
Over the last decade or so, the term Memento Mori has become rather well known. It's a call for men to wake up, get off their arses and seize the day. It translates as "Remember you are mortal" or "Remember that one day you will die". While this perspective is certainly needed, it's only 1/2 of the equation, and, I believe that it is actually makin…
 
Continuing from Episode #285, Scott expands on how he uses the MED Toolbox to troubleshoot problems that arise when programming in the MED (Minimum Effectives Dose) style. The episode begins by revisiting the SRA model and Zatsiorski's two-factor fitness/fatigue model. Then Scott discusses the most common presentation of programming problems in int…
 
Matt and Chris Reynolds discuss what they are doing with their families to stay healthy in both mind and body during the coronavirus quarantine. Connect With Matt Matt on Instagram Barbell Logic Online Coaching — Matt’s website Matt on Facebook Matt on Twitter Connect With Scott Scott on Instagram Silver Strength – Scott’s website Scott on Facebook…
 
Welcome, dear listeners, to a show that explores what it means to be human. Sound intriguing? This week, Scott and Karl read Frank Herbert’s 1965 novel Dune which is a book thought to be The Lord of the Rings equivalent in the science fiction genre. Scott expands, "In The Lord of the Rings, there’s something comforting and familiar about that world…
 
Confession time: I used to be in Amway. Yeah, it's a bit odd for me to even think back on that time. But, I was young and it was my first introduction to the concept of being successful. Coming from humble beginnings as I did, the idea of making it big was tremendously powerful. If nothing else, I learned how to dream for the future I wanted and sa…
 
BLOC Coach Dan Flanick returns to the show to discuss the Youth Barbell Club, a program he has developed to help young teens get strong and develop both their athleticism and confidence using the barbell. Dan is joined by Gabe Dean, a wrestling coach for Cornell and 2x NCAA National Champion. Gabe co-hosts the Youth Barbell Club Radio Podcast with …
 
BLOC coach Dan Flanick returns to the podcast to discuss the importance of developing confidence and self-esteem, and how barbell training has helped him in his own growth and development. Dan has recently launched the Youth Barbell Club at Barbell Logic, a program designed specifically to help teenagers get strong and develop confidence under the …
 
This week's proverb comes from the Roman scholar Cicero who said, "I would rather be wrong with Plato than right with such men as these." Join Joshua Gibbs as he contemplates what this proverb has to offer modern men and women. If you like this episode, be sure to rate and review wherever you get podcasts. For information regarding your data privac…
 
This week, Scott and Karl read and discuss the 63 clauses of the Magna Carta. In 1215, Bad King John pledged, under duress, to his barons that he would obey “the law of the land” when he affixed his seal to a charter that came to be called Magna Carta. Few men have been less mourned, few legal documents more adored. Although most of the charter dea…
 
Matt and Scott are back with another round of Thursday Q&A. If you'd like to ask Matt and Scott a question, email questions@barbell-logic.com and we'll feature you on a future Q&A episode! Discounts Want to try online coaching for FREE? Email experience@barbell-logic.com for a free trial of Barbell Logic Online Coaching. You'll get feedback on your…
 
I've heard from a number of fathers how they long for their kids to know the joys of an 80s childhood, free of technology and plenty of time outside with your friends. I've often longed for this as well...even as an adult! There is no mistaking that the world we live in has changed. Things have gotten soft and along with it, ourselves and the next …
 
In a bonus round of the MED (Minimum Effective Dose) Masterclass series, Scott lays out a practical method for troubleshooting programming problems for any level of trainee. Discounts Want to try online coaching for FREE? Email experience@barbell-logic.com for a free trial of Barbell Logic Online Coaching. You'll get feedback on your technique and …
 
Matt and Chris Reynolds discuss the value of cultivating empathy and compassion in relationships, whether it's with family, friends, or coaches and trainees. Matt refers to a BLOC article in the podcast about compassion in coaching: https://barbell-logic.com/empathetic-coaching-for-client-breakthroughs/ Connect With Matt Matt on Instagram Barbell L…
 
This week, Scott and Karl read the Articles of Confederation. This "firm league of friendship" was written in 1777, stemming from wartime urgency. However, it was not actually ratified until 1781. It now lays on the ash heap of history, formally replaced by the present United States Constitution on March 4, 1789. Under these articles, the states re…
 
Matt and Scott are back with another round of Thursday Q&A. If you'd like to ask Matt and Scott a question, email questions@barbell-logic.com and we'll feature you on a future Q&A episode! Discounts Want to try online coaching for FREE? Email experience@barbell-logic.com for a free trial of Barbell Logic Online Coaching. You'll get feedback on your…
 
Heat sells. It gets clicks and comments and shares and is the primary tactic used by the average media. Some heat is good, no doubt. Truth can be a type of heat that we need to refine us. Light, on the other hand, can be used to showcase goodness or draw our attention to a problem, but it does so without inflaming the situation. Generating light in…
 
This week's proverb comes from that famous American essayist, Ralph WaldoEmerson: "I pay the school master but 'tis the school boys who educate my son." Join Joshua Gibbs for a contemplation of this proverb and what it has to offer modern men and women. And remember to rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts. For information regarding your …
 
Coach Matt wraps up the eight and final installment of the MED (Minimum Effective Dose) Masterclass on programming with a discussion on incorporating accessory lifts into any program. In general, accessories allow a lifter to get extra volume, extra "work," which can drive hypertrophy gains and thus support strength gains in the long term. However,…
 
Matt and Chris Reynolds discuss their "secret weapon" for getting more done in a fast, efficient manner. The Pomodoro Technique, which Matt wrote about for the Barbell Logic newsletter, involves setting a timer to 25 minutes and working without interruption on a single task during that time. No bathroom breaks, no cell phone use, no getting up for …
 
This week, Scott and Karl read A Modest Proposal, a satirical essay written and published anonymously by Jonathan Swift in 1729. Are human lives the sort of things you should add up like numbers? Despite suggesting that the impoverished Irish might ease their economic troubles by selling their children as food to rich gentlemen and ladies, Swift ac…
 
Matt and Scott are back with another round of Thursday Q&A. If you'd like to ask Matt and Scott a question, email questions@barbell-logic.com and we'll feature you on a future Q&A episode! Discounts Save 50% off Standard or Premium coaching at Barbell Logic Online Coaching. Use discount code SAVE50 at checkout! Want to try online coaching for FREE?…
 
Stephen Mansfield spoke at our church's men's retreat in 2019 and really hit home the need for a band of brothers. Study after study shows that men are lonely like never before. But, are we even aware of how isolated we are? Do we recognize the need for loyal men in our lives that will stand shoulder to shoulder with us?…
 
This week's proverb comes from England but is unattributed. It goes like this: "the cobbler's children have no shoes." Join Joshua Gibbs as he contemplates the nature of this proverb and what it has to say for modern men and women. If you like this episode be sure to subscribe to the show's feed -- and rate and review it wherever you listen to podc…
 
In the seventh installment of the MED (Minimum Effective Dose) Masterclass series, Professor Matt discusses how to approach tapering and peaking for a meet or athletic performance using MED principles. In Matt's view, how you peak depends on what training approach you used leading up to the meet. A lifter training in a conjugate or DUP (daily undul…
 
Matt and Chris Reynolds discuss the concept of the urgent versus the important, and the four quadrants into which you can divide all work and chores: Not urgent, not important Urgent, not important Urgent and important Not urgent, but important Most people spend their time in the first three quadrants of the urgency/importance spectrum, leaving lit…
 
Welcome back to the FORMA podcast, the audio companion to FORMA Journal. In this episode, Brandon LeBlanc chats with Scott Hambrick, the founder of OnlineGreatBooks.com. They chat about their journeys to the Great Books, reading hard books, making Great Books available for all people, and much more. Learn more at onlinegreatbooks.com/online. For in…
 
In the spring of 1845, Henry David Thoreau borrowed an ax, walked into the woods, and started cutting down trees to make a shack to live in. Walden is the result of this endeavor. Through this process, Thoreau spells out his distinctly American project — simple living with as few compromises as possible. Karl says, “The book is not a guide to your …
 
Matt and Scott are back with another round of Thursday Q&A. If you'd like to ask Matt and Scott a question, email questions@barbell-logic.com and we'll feature you on a future Q&A episode! Discounts Save 50% off Standard or Premium coaching at Barbell Logic Online Coaching. Use discount code SAVE50 at checkout! Want to try online coaching for FREE?…
 
Today's proverb comes from George Orwell: The aim of the a joke is not to degrade the human being but to remind him that he is already degraded. Join Joshua Gibbs as he contemplates this saying and what it can offer modern men. If you like this episode, please be sure to rate and review in whatever app you're using to listen. For information regard…
 
In the sixth installment of the MED (Minimum Effective Dose) Masterclass series, Matt takes a deep dive into supplemental lifts, why you should do them, when to incorporate them, and which variations are best for developing continued strength adaptation. Matt considers supplemental lifts to be exercises which look like the main lifts, but differ in…
 
Principles is a new series in which Matt and a rotating group of co-hosts reflect on the ideas, values, and habits that define their lives. Each episode will be short and focus on a single idea or habit. In the first installment, Matt and his brother Chris Reynolds discuss their thirst for knowledge, and why it's so important to continue learning a…
 
Scott and Karl are back at it again, this time with Tom Wolfe and his book, The Painted Word. Wolfe is a mid-century American writer and the inventor of New Journalism. He’s known for straddling multiple genres at once, reporting back to his readers on a world we ultimately couldn't see without him. In The Painted Word, Wolfe provides a critique of…
 
The American Dream is not dead yet, and Chris Reynolds is living proof. In the first of a new series called Principles, Matt interviews his brother Chris about his founding of BriteCore, a company that builds cloud-based systems for managing insurance operations, which allowed him to retire at the age of 38. Things didn't always go so well, and Chr…
 
Pressing on with installment #5 of the Minimum Effective Dose (MED) Masterclass, Matt explains how volume and intensity work in the 3-Week mesocycle introduced in the previous class. While most lifters can continue to PR both their intensity sets (using backoff sets) and their volume sets (by increasing tonnage), eventually they run into a practica…
 
NEW FROM THE CIRCE PODCAST NETWORK! SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOW'S FEED WHEREVER YOU GET PODCASTS. Welcome to Cafe Schole with Christopher Perrin! Here in episode one Dr. Perrin talks about why he chose to call the show Cafe Schole, offers an introduction to the concept of schole, contemplates the nature restful of teaching and learning, and starts a conv…
 
A man who is working the heed the High Call on his life longs for others to discuss and debate the great ideas of the ages with. My guest, Scott Hambrick of Online Great Books, and I talk about how Online Great Books brings about the community and accountability to continue diving deep into the great books of old.…
 
This week, Scott and Karl dive into The Gulag Archipelago by Russian writer and historian Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn. Published in 1973, the title refers to a series of disconnected prisons in the Soviet Union that, nevertheless, all shared the same culture. The manuscript had to be hidden, originally published by the underground Samizdat press which r…
 
Matt and Scott are back with another round of Thursday Q&A. If you'd like to ask Matt and Scott a question, email questions@barbell-logic.com and we'll feature you on a future Q&A episode! Robin Olds -- aviator, American war hero, sweet mustache: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robin_Olds Discounts Want to try online coaching for FREE? Email experien…
 
In part 4 of the MED Masterclass, Matt discusses the various ways you can structure the volume and intensity days in the 4-Day Split, including sets, reps, exercise selection, and accessory work. While the 4-Day Split opens up many programming options, the goals for each day of the split are clear: intensity is about setting PR's (weight on the bar…
 
This week proverb comes by way of English essayist, William Hazlitt, who wrote that, "he will never have true friends who is afraid of making enemies." Join Joshua Gibbs as he contemplates what this proverb has to say for modern men. Remember, if you like this show you can help spread the word when you rate and review it. For information regarding …
 
In this week’s episode, Scott and Karl talk with Michelle Hawkins, music professor and Online Great Book’s member. The trio listen and discuss Beethoven’s Third Symphony and read The Heiligenstadt Testament, a heartbreaking letter written by Beethoven to his brothers. Beethoven's Third Symphony is regarded as a turning point in musical history, the…
 
Matt and Scott are back with another round of Thursday Q&A. If you'd like to ask Matt and Scott a question, email questions@barbell-logic.com and we'll feature you on a future Q&A episode! The Lightphone 2: https://www.thelightphone.com Discounts Want to try online coaching for FREE? Email experience@barbell-logic.com for a free trial of Barbell Lo…
 
In part 3 of the MED Masterclass series, Matt walks through the transition from an HLM or Texas Method style program to his favorite program, the four-day split. In the four-day split, a lifter trains four days instead of three, and performs an intensity and volume workout for each of the main lifts. Typically, the four-day split is setup as an upp…
 
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