#55: What’s The Role Of Your Gym?

Through this time of relative uncertainty, it’s more important than ever that your gym provides stability and certainty for it’s community. We discuss our response to COVID19 and what options there might be for other gym owners out there

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#53: Your First Steps at JBs

Paul and Teora describe the typical way someone would reach out to the Botany gym and the process they take individuals through to get them moving towards their goals. They detail the JB foundation program and movement screen. 

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BJJ vs Strength Training: How Much Should I Do?

Finding the right balance between training Jiu Jitsu and your strength training can be hard… Any die-hard BJJ player will tell you that their goal is train more BJJ – which generally means that weights / mobility / conditioning work gets pushed to the side… If you’re nineteen, and a genetic savage, this may be possible. But […]

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#52: Fanny & Luke Tulloch

Between them, coaches Fanny and Luke Tulloch are a husband and wife combo that know more than a thing or two about training and nutrition principles and how to get results. We have a chat with them about eating & training while travelling, goal vs process orientated training, building muscle, bodyweight skills and more.

Luke Tulloch has a background in Neuroscience, bodybuilding & nutrition. Fanny is a mobility and calisthenics specialist who is deep down the breathing & handstands rabbit hole.

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#51: Building a Universal Training Base

Our training philosophy centres around three key qualities – adaptability, durability and expression. We break down what these qualities mean to us, and their relevance to creating a human that wishes to confidently navigate their way through this world.

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#50 Can We Become Climate Positive?

The JBs have a goal to become climate-positive (or carbon-negative). In simple terms, we want to not just reduce our negative impact on the globe, we want to have a positive one. Paul, Tee and Joey sit down to discuss this lofty goal, what the ramifications of it are for a small business, and if we believe we can do it or not.

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#49 Journey of the Young Coach

Why does the standard PT have such a short lifespan? Why do only a tiny percentage of coaches survive longer than 5 years in the game? We sit down with PT guru, and industry stalwart, Clint Hill to discuss how the young PT can set themselves up for success.

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#48 Reigniting The Training Flame

Getting back into training after a couple of weeks of holidays ain’t always easy… Fresh back from the Christmas break themselves, the boys discuss how they approach returning to the gym and reigniting the training flame

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Why December & January Matter Too

Once December rolls around, most people basically sign off for the year… It’s the lead up to Christmas and NY, the weather ie beachy, and social life kicks into a higher gear. This carries through to the new year, and for many people, they do’t start getting their life back in order until sometime in […]

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#45: Dealing with Injury

Joey and Paul discuss their recent brush with injury, breaking down their mindset and approach to dealing with it. Lots of insight in this one for anyone who’s ever dealt with an injury of their own.

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