BEST Interviews of 2015

The best interviews aren’t just you asking questions and someone answering them. Instead, it involves a back-and-forth dynamic where both parties speak their truths, not rehearsed answers.

First, I’d like to wish you well.

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I hope you are having a great Christmas celebration. The Christmas season is best spent with our loved ones.

Let’s get started with what I have for you today, then. One thing I particularly enjoyed in 2015, looking back, was conducting Skype video interviews with professionals in the fitness and health sector.

Here’s what I’ve rounded up.


Enjoy the interviews!

~ Rick

Here are the Top 10 BEST Interviews of 2015:

10. Benefits of Juicing with Georgia Nunn – Part 1

Georgia Nunn is a nutritionist specializing in eating disorders and holistic health and nutrition. She also has a master’s degree in Human Nutrition, which means she has a very detailed understanding of how the body benefits from different foods.

We spoke with Georgia about the benefits of juicing with fruits and vegetables and some things you should know before beginning this diet.

9. How Food Slows Down Your Injury and Pain Recovery with Anthony DiClementi Part 2

Managing stressors on your body is key to reducing pain and accelerating recovery after an injury. Food plays a significant role in that equation. This includes everything from what you eat to how much you sleep and how much stress you’re under in your everyday life. In Part 2 of our interview, Anthony explains how.

8. How to Get Ageless Energy with Dawn Sylvester

Ageless energy is an elusive quality that many people yearn for. It’s something you either have or don’t have, right? You can have ageless energy no matter your age. But you’re wrong! Luckily, a few simple tricks will help you appear as if you have boundless stamina and enthusiasm for life. Watch how to get ageless energy.

7. The Ugly Truth About Medication with Dr. Kevin Cuccaro – Part 1

Medication can be a beautiful thing. It can help us function more optimally, manage stressors in our lives, and feel like the best versions of ourselves. Medication can also be a terrible thing. Watch for advice that will help keep you informed and educated about medications so you can make informed decisions about your healthcare – not someone else’s – regarding this topic.

6. How Bodyweight Sequencing Can Help Improve Your Workout Results with Tyler Bramlett

Even bodyweight training can provide a progressive and challenging workout with the right strategy. The good news is that by using the principles of sequencing, you can alter the difficulty of your bodyweight workout and make it much more effective.

5. Ins and Outs of Bodyweight Exercise with Todd Kuliskis – Part 1

If you’re new to bodyweight training, learning all the ins and outs may seem challenging. This blog will give you everything you need about this type of exercise.

4. Calming The Overactive Mind with Adam Michael Brewer – Part 1

The mind is a powerful thing. It can be both our greatest asset and also our worst enemy. In this interview, you’ll learn about the techniques used to calm an overactive mind, including meditation and some helpful pointers on getting started.

3. 5 MISTAKES People Make When Dealing With Foot Pain

You might not see it as often in movies or TV shows, but foot pain is a common problem many people face at some point in their lives. In some cases, this can signify more serious issues like arthritis. If you’re dealing with foot pain, there are several common mistakes that you should avoid.

2. Tips that Athletes Can Do for their Backs

When you’re an athlete, it’s important to take care of your body. If you play a sport regularly, you should learn how to protect your body from getting hurt as much as possible so that you won’t have any problems with your back in the future.

1. Things that We Do Every Day That Cause Pain with Sue Hitzmann

Unless we’re careful, the activities of our daily lives can lead to pain. Many things we do every day are insidious in terms of their effects on our backs. But you can avoid adding to your back pain by being aware of some everyday habits that lead to backache.

I hope you enjoyed all the interviews.

I’m looking forward to doing a lot more interviews in 2016.

Rick Kaselj, MS

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