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The More Than Fitness Podcast is about bridging the gap between being in the best shape of your life and still having a life – interviewing some of the smartest minds in fitness, business, and self-development to discuss how to maximize our time in and out of the gym. At its very essence, it's simply described as the backbone of what connects us all: a conversation.
 
Hosted by Cameron McLeod, On McLeod Nine is a podcast about the best and worst things to ever happen to you. This podcast delves into the stories that make us the people we are today. Some may be sad, some may be funny, but they're always relatable. New episodes Monday.
 
Welcome to Ms. Kim McLeod|VA REAL TALK Podcast. This podcast will discuss and share daily motivations, lessons learned, holistic health, and Season of Singleness. Thanks for being a part of this amazing podcast and I'm sure you will learn and take something valuable from each session. Feel free to Subscribe to my YouTube channel: Kim McLeod. Follow me on Instagram: 'kmmcleod489' & Facebook: 'Kim Marie McLeod.' Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kim-mcleod/support
 
Join best-selling author and Oscar-nominated actor Julianne Moore and app developer Andrew McLeod as they discuss their new app, Freckleface Strawberry’s Monster Maker. Based on her children’s book series Freckleface Strawberry, illustrated by LeUyen Pham, the app lets you mix and match an endless number of monster parts for hours of fun. You can even hear the voice of Freckleface Strawberry herself offering you encouragement as you design your very own monster best friend.
 
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I love eating at restaurants. The online coaching clients I work with love eating at restaurants. So the question becomes: how do you enjoy a delicious steak dinner with friends without feeling like you ruined your fitness progress? And since I've had a lot of experience with this, I think you're going to love the solutions I have for you. There's …
 
To celebrate the 100th episode of the podcast, I wanted to make it special. And I couldn't think of anyone else besides Nate Green to fill that role. Nate and his work has, without a doubt, inspired me more than anyone else to create the content that I do, so it was a pleasure to have him on to catch up and preach some wisdom for you guys. For thos…
 
Sometimes, you want it all: lasting endurance, powerful strength, and a badass physique. While not easy, it's possible if you have a plan. In this Minisode, I break down a few of my best programming tips I use for clients who want to be the ultimate athlete. Avoiding the "interference effect" of cardio, planning your program with different intensit…
 
When I competed in my first drug-free bodybuilding competition in 2012, I did OK. I got 4th place and it left me coming back for more, hoping to improve myself and compete again in a few years. But since I wanted to make the best progress possible, I knew I couldn't do it alone. I didn't have 1) the specific knowledge around diet and exercise and 2…
 
Austin is back once again for another thought-provoking chat. Austin is an online fitness coach with Physique Development, an educator, and a great friend. He's a repeat guest on this show for a reason, and it's not just because of his great beard. We were going to have a chat without the mics, but I couldn't think of someone better for my 99th gue…
 
Not gonna lie, I was fired up in this one. As a Registered Dietitian and someone who's worked with many people on this type of stuff, I have a passion for dispelling fact from fallacy. And with the rise of social media influencers preaching the importance of body positivity, there's plenty of fallacies out there. In this Minisode, I wanted to share…
 
In Minisode #101, I gave you guys a crazy simple plan for fat loss. But in this one, I want to give my best advice for you all who want to pack on lean muscle size as you head into the new year. I know you want to gain muscle and lose fat at the same time, which might happen with this, but it's important to bias one or the other for the best result…
 
Mike is the Founder of Stronger U, a personalized nutrition coaching company that's trying to change the way the world eats. I first heard of Stronger U from friends who worked for the company and spoke highly of Mike. So, I checked him out and I could tell we would get along by the types of content he was putting out. After this chat, I can defini…
 
If you've got a weight loss goal for 2021, this is the Minisode that'll give you some structure and accountability along the way. I got the idea for this Minisode because my mom wanted me to help her out with diet, so I wanted to think of the simplest and most effective advice to give her. This Minisode is what I came up with as her solution. It's …
 
We did it! 100 Minisodes completed in 2020. This was recorded on Dec 30th and I wanted to finish the year strong by doing a quick recap of the last 100 Minisodes, along with my plans for 2021. Surprisingly, I open up a bit in this one. I get vulnerable and explain how I've been feeling anxious and dealing with some negative emotions recently. But t…
 
A retrospective is when you look back on the past year to identify what worked...and what didn’t work. A retrospective helps you celebrate your wins and identify your weaknesses. It helps you learn from the past and correct for the future. In this solo episode, I answer three questions: QUESTION 1: What’s working? ("What did I do right? What am I p…
 
I thought of this Minisode topic after realizing there were several things I do regularly to help get me closer to my fitness goals, but I don't emphasize them often. I also don't hear other coaches mention them often, so I wanted to highlight four of them in this Minisode. I think that if you add in these fitness tips with your regular regimen, th…
 
Steve is back for his second appearance on the show and just like last time, we had a great chat. Steve is a bodybuilding competitor, an online fitness coach, and a content provider through his company Revive Stronger. In this conversation, we cover: -How smart it is to sign up with a fitness coach to learn their methods -How Steve is approaching h…
 
Everyone reading this right now knows they should consume protein regularly for building muscle. But what about the other benefits of protein? Are high protein diets safe? Which is better — plant protein or animal protein? And finally, 5 easy ways to make sure you're consuming enough protein on a daily basis. I cover it all in this Minisode. Hope y…
 
When I'm designing workout plans for my clients, there's typically not much difference between making a plan for fat loss or for muscle gain. It simply doesn't make much sense to use your workouts for fat loss since it isn't as efficient as paying closer attention to your diet. That said, it doesn't mean we can't EVER design a workout to bias fat l…
 
The DrunkCast Q&A is a tradition on the More Than Fitness Podcast where I answer my audiences' questions — while intoxicated. It's the show that just keeps getting better and better as time goes on. I cover diet, exercise, habits, life, and, sometimes, completely ridiculous submissions by my listeners. It's always a treat, so pour up a drink and ge…
 
In this Minisode, I cover: -What it actually means to "cut" vs "bulk" -What to do if you have a "skinny fat" physique -General recommendations on how long to cut vs bulk -Can you lose fat and gain muscle at the same time? -How workout experience can affect whether you cut vs bulk Hope you enjoy! WATCH this Minisode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/eL2I…
 
Everybody wants to be stronger, faster, more powerful, and flat out look like an athlete. But I think people are going about it completely wrong. Most of them just find cool, "functional"-looking exercises on social media and throw it in their programs wherever. And that can help a bit, better than not doing them at all, but structuring your workou…
 
Kaylin is back for her third appearance on the podcast, but the second time we've had a solo episode together. So if you want to hear more of her back story, which is amazing, I highly recommend you go back and listen to that episode (#17). But for this one, we touched on a lot of topics, such as: how she handled COVID when it first hit, how she gr…
 
It's easy to follow your plan when life is going according to schedule, but what happens when the inevitable obstacle is thrown onto your plate? Today's Minisode idea came to me when I had a client say she does great when she's able to meal prep, but if she can't, then her diet goes to shit. She's trying to subjectively make "healthy" choices, but …
 
Believe it or not, there's a lot of people who actually struggle to GAIN weight, instead of lose it. I've coached many "hardgainers" over the years and I used to think I was one myself, so I can empathize with you all going through this. But, if you're smart and focus on the right things, you can escape the "skinny" lifestyle that you've been tryin…
 
Mason is a personal trainer turned into a food blogger, and his company is cleverly called Kinda Healthy Recipes. This is Mason's third time on the podcast, so we jump straight into casual conversation. It starts out with our recent caffeine experiments and how it's positively or negatively affected our well-being, emotions, and mood. After that, w…
 
Many of the online coaching clients who work with me know what they're doing, but they're burnt out and unmotivated. So they aren't seeing the results they want and their consistency is suffering. It's my job to bring back that spark again for them and I can do it in several different ways. In this Minisode, I share six of those ways that you can s…
 
The holidays are here, which means you're going to see most fitness coaches on the Internet fall into one of two camps: 1) eat whatever you want and don't you dare count calories or 2) they provide a "Thanksgiving Survival Guide" and show you tactics for hitting your macros for the day. I think they're both right and they're both wrong, depending o…
 
Nick is the co-founder of Renaissance Periodization, an evidence-based fitness company I've looked up to for years. I actually met Nick a year ago at the RP Summit in Philadelphia where I got to learn from him and the rest of his team. Just like at that summit and just like he runs his company, Nick never falls short of providing tons of value, whi…
 
This Minisode started as an email I sent out to everyone on my newsletter. After receiving quite a bit of positive feedback, I figured I'd turn it into a Minisode as well. These are rapid-fire ideas on topics like productivity, fitness, money, well-being, careers, and more. Some are broad ideas and others are super specific. Either way, it'd be har…
 
It seems obvious to people that you can't just exponentially keep pushing yourself in the gym. You'll burnout or overtrain, so you have to take a break. Although it's less commonly known, you have to do the same thing when you diet. Just like how you can't keep working out harder and harder forever and expect better results, you can't keep dieting …
 
This is a solo episode, but I made sure to cram as much value as possible in 60 minutes. I cover each of the four skills from a conceptual perspective first, then break that down into actionable advice you can implement right away. The 4 Must-Learn Skills: 1. How To Make & Manage Money 2. How To Make Better Decisions 3. How To Prioritize & Focus 4.…
 
Some people hit the genetic lottery and can grow muscle just by looking at weights. But, for most of us mortal humans, we've got to have more strategy than simply "lifting harder" to improve our weaknesses. In this Minisode, I breakdown six different ways to bring up a lagging body part that isn't gaining muscle in the proportions you'd like. Each …
 
I had an online coaching client ask me, "at what point in a diet do you risk eating too few calories and start losing muscle mass?" It's a great question and one I don't think people consider enough. Most just worry about the number on the scale going down as fast as possible, but there's a crucial difference between WEIGHT loss and FAT loss. We wa…
 
Robbie is back again for his second appearance on The More Than Fitness Podcast and this time we touched on the Movember Movement. Movember is an annual event involving the growing of moustaches during the month of November to raise awareness of men's health issues, such as prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and men's suicide. Honestly, I didn't k…
 
You hear people say it all the time: write down your goals, visualize yourself reaching them, and do daily affirmations until you check off each one. It makes us feel good. It gives us hope. But goals can also be a crutch for not dealing with your current reality. You can put off your internal demons by simply chasing another goal. In this Minisode…
 
Carb cycling is exactly what it sounds like: cycling your carbs on different days throughout the week. The most common approach is to eat higher carb on your lifting days, to (supposedly) promote muscle growth, and lower carb on your rest days, to (supposedly) promote fat loss. In this Minisode, I break down the pros and cons of carb cycling, if yo…
 
Austin, who we call "Hurley," has been one of my best friends for over a decade now. We hung out almost daily in high school and I lived with him all throughout college, so he knows me better than basically anyone else on the planet. And after my recent move to NYC, I was finally heading back home to Kentucky for a few weeks (our mutual best friend…
 
If you want to get stronger and be in better shape, you have to learn one of the most important principles of muscle growth: progressive overload. Progressive overload is simply doing more work over time. Most people think the only way they can progress in the gym is to add more weight to the bar. If they didn't add more weight than last week, they…
 
Dieting is hard. And one of the hardest parts is staying on track after you've had a long week at work. Monday through Thursday is often a breeze because we have a routine, we have work, and our days are mostly repetitive. But when the weekend comes, all of that goes out the window, with our diet plans following. So in this Minisode, I wanted to gi…
 
Absolute banger of an episode with one of my good friends, Carter. He returns to the podcast after a hiatus away and reminded me why I chose him as my very first guest on The More Than Fitness Podcast. If you scroll back, you'll see Carter on episode 3. Many episodes later and we're chatting again, both in different locations than the first time—he…
 
When you're on a fat loss diet, should you feel bad for eating a burger and fries with friends on the weekend? Because you're enjoying yourself and living life, but you're going over your daily calorie goal — should you feel bad for not aligning your actions with your values or should you let it slide because you wanted to have fun? It's a trick qu…
 
A WILDLY exciting debate that's been going on for a while in the fitness industry is whether low carb/high fat or low fat/high carb diets are best for fat loss—I know, it's riveting. Luckily, there's been some recent research that might put this debate to rest, and the answer may not be what you think. So in this minisode, I (briefly) cover this ne…
 
No new episode for this week, so we're throwing it back to one of my favorite, longest, and most raucous episodes to date. This was an in-person conversation with Cody and Austin during our stay in Philadelphia together for a conference. We shared a bottle of wine, turned the mic on, and the outcome was a nearly 2-hour long talk about fitness, nutr…
 
Not my best work, but that was kinda the point for this Minisode. It was a gloomy morning when I recorded this and I wasn't feeling sad or happy—more just kinda bleh—but I knew I had to record a Minisode this day, so I turned on the mic and started talking. The result was this Minisode. Give it a listen and see if you can relate. WATCH this Minisod…
 
Time and time again, I get people who apply for 1:1 coaching with me and they say they have a bad habit of eating at night. Due to media, or news, or their co-worker Karen — they’ve heard eating at night is bad for them. But, is that actually true? Does eating at night make you fat? In this Minisode, I answer that question by starting with the scie…
 
Kasey is an online fitness coach, a coach of coaches, and has her PhD in Psychology. I learned about Kasey through her boyfriend and past guest, Sam Miller, who isn't as pretty to look at, but is still a great fella ;) But overall, we had a wholesome chat about a few of her strengths: mindset, habit-building, goal setting, psychology and behavior c…
 
When it comes to building muscle, your body doesn't bias one exercise over the other — we do that on our own. We have people shaming those who use the Smith Machine or for using dumbbells instead of barbells, yet our muscles only respond to stimulus, so they don't care about what method is used (or anything at all). So, I wanted to bust some of the…
 
Don't you wish you could stop thinking so much about your diet and simply just... eat like a "normal" person? Well, as someone who's been there, let me be the first to tell you that it's possible. You just need some proper guidance and a blueprint to get there, which is why I created this Minisode. I wanted to give the overarching stages that, in m…
 
This was honestly one of my favorite podcast episodes I've had in a while. A friend of mine recommended me to check out Emilia's work and I instantly spotted how many similarities we had in our content, yet she had more of the brains and science to back it up. Emilia has her BSc in Sports Biomedicine, an MSc in Sport and Exercise Nutrition, a PhD i…
 
At this point, it's clear that our top priority for getting in shape is being consistent with our diet and exercise. If you want better and quicker results, you need to focus on increasing your adherence on a weekly basis. But that's easier said than done. That is, unless, you listen to this Minisode and take notes on the 3-step process I outline. …
 
I've been in the fitness game long enough and have coached enough people at this point to know what is holding most people back from getting the body they want. It's not lack of motivation or desire—people WANT to change—but they aren't asking themselves the right questions. In this Minisode, I break down what questions you should be asking yoursel…
 
I've got another glorious in-person conversation for you guys today with my buddy, Ryan. We both live in NYC, he's also an online fitness coach, and we have some mutual friends, so I knew that was the recipe for a great potential episode together. So after a full day of shooting photos in the city with our friend Rico, we decided to head back up to…
 
I'm a firm believer that fitness should make your life better, not worse. But so many people are treating their fitness goals as something they are "compelled" to stick to, no matter what. This creates an unhealthy relationship when eating healthy and exercising becomes something you NEED to do, instead of something you WANT to do. So in this Minis…
 
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