Hey, everybody, this is Eric with the Fitness Marketing Alliance, and today I have the pleasure of sitting with Jason Brown from BoxProgramming.com. I know Jason primarily through the Two-Brain Business group and our friends in that group, and I’m excited to highlight him because I think he’s doing some really cool stuff in the fitness industry, especially for people in the world of CrossFit and functional fitness. He’s got a massive background in coaching and program design, which is one of the things I love to geek out on as well
This is Eric with the Future of Fitness podcast, and Fitness Marketing Alliance, and this is episode number six, and I get to talk to Casey [Jenks 00:00:11]. He is with FitBot, which is thefitbot.com, and this is a great example of the stuff that we like to highlight on this show, how technology is coming in and changing the way we do business in the fitness industry
And in this episode, episode number five, I get the pleasure of talking to Luke Kayyem. Now I’ve known Luke for a long time. I’ve known him probably since circa 2009/2008. And I’ve seen a lot of evolutions of what Luke is, but there’s one thing that’s consistent is this guy is tenacious. He is definitely a serial entrepreneur. He’s not scared to stand up against the big guys, and I truly admire him for that. He’s gone from fitness professional, competitor to facility owner to multiple facilities. And now he’s come kind of full circle, and he’s really honing in on his focus, which is now the Fitness Tribe Live and lukekayyem.com so he’s going worldwide with his talents and skills.
In this episode I had the pleasure of talking to John [Burch 00:00:11]. So I’ve known John since 2008 when I actually took his mentoring course called The Biz Raise Your Game and it was one of the first business mentoring groups for crossfit affiliates and him and Andy Petranek who’s gonna be on the show next week or next upcoming weeks depending on the recording time were founders in that and they really pushed forward the business side of the affiliates in the crossfit world and helped a lot of fitness professionals in general. Johns been around the game for a while, he’s helped a lot of business owners become profitable and stay profitable, make a great living.
This is Eric with the Future of Fitness Podcast and Fitness Marketing Alliance, and this was a really, really cool interview for me personally, I have to say. It went much longer than what we would normally do. It was about a 90-minute interview, but Dan John has been a major influence in my fitness coaching career, and hopefully you know who he is. Hopefully he’s a man that has to go without introduction, but in case you don’t know who he is, he is a long-time athlete and long-time coach. He’s an author of at least six books. He’s competed in track and field as a discus thrower, he’s competed in the Highland Games, he’s competed in multiple different … And he still competes. I think when I talked to him he was preparing for an Olympic Lifting Meet in the age of, somewhere, he’s in his 50s now.
Hey, everybody. This is Eric with the “Future of Fitness” podcast and the Fitness Marketing Alliance. During this interview I talk to Sherman [Merricks 00:00:06]. He is from Dynasty CrossFit in Gainesville, Florida. He is the owner of that facility out there and he’s been the owner for about five years or so now. I’ve had the pleasure of talking to Sherman many times over the past few years and I can tell you that he is an extremely driven individual and he is extremely passionate about what he does. His goals that he has are bigger than business and I think that’s a big part of what drives him.
Hey, Everybody. This is Eric with The Future of Fitness podcast and the Fitness Marketing Alliance, and in this podcast I got to talk to Kit Klein from GORUCK. If you are unfamiliar with what GORUCK is, it is a US based apparel company, and they have branched out into doing military-style challenges all around the world. This is a company that’s seen a lot of growth in the fitness industry. It’s an interesting segment. Their slogan is “Building Better Americans.”