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There are plenty of bad health, fitness, and nutrition professionals out there and our team doesn’t want you to be one of them. You’re joining Sam and the team over a decade into our journey to bridge the gap in our industry between macros, metabolism, muscle, and what some folks call “alternative health” Sam has spent over the last decade in the health, fitness, and nutrition coaching space, and now helps other coaches improve their client results, retention, and revenue through his program ...
 
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One of my currents mentees Sarah Fechter joins me on the podcast to discuss her experience and results with my Functional Nutrition and Metabolism Science Specialization program. She has a very unique background in running hip hop group dance classes in the past while also being an IFBB Pro. If Sarah's story resonates with you and you're looking to…
 
We've covered birth control from many angles and perspectives on previous episodes but I think there are 5 lesser known effects of birth control you would benefit from knowing. I will stay as unbiased as possible, relaying the science to you. Topics include: - Lesser Known Effects of Birth Control - The Origin of Birth Control - Staying Unbiased Fo…
 
Evaluating lab markers can be intimidating especially for a newer coach or anyone on their own transformation so I wanted to cover 3 specific lab markers that are underrated but ones you should play attention to in your physical transformation. I also thrown in a bonus one but you'll have to listen to the entire episode to find out! Topics include:…
 
Many times, we think of metabolism and hormones in silo's or buckets instead of a fully integrated system within our physiology. I want to share 5 small steps that will hopefully allow you to better understand metabolism and hormones. Topics include: - Silo’s and Buckets - Reproductive Health - The Body Monitors Stress and Positions - Stress Manage…
 
Received a few great questions via my Instagram question box and wanted to answer 3 specific questions on today's episode. Topics and questions include: - Quick Q&A Topic Breakdown - Seed Cycling - How to Use Seed Cycling Optimally - Perimenopausal Hair Loss - Adding Muscle After Keto - Follow Me on Instagram ---------- Elevate your coaching game, …
 
Many health and fitness coaches hang their hat on having a customized and individualized approach to their coaching… but what does that really look like? It's much more than individualized macros. I talk about what the specifics of what individualized nutrition really looks like. Topics include: - Defining Individualized Nutrition - Share, Rate, an…
 
As we enter a new year, I want you to be as prepared and equipped as possible as a coach. I want to share with you 10 practical ways you can be a better coach this year and why it's so important. Topics include: - 10 Ways to Be a Better Coach in 2022 - Client Retention and Fulfillment - Upcoming Masterclass - Individualized Approach - Time Manageme…
 
Sam… what is a metabolic phenotype and why does it matter? Excellent question listener. In today's episode, I wanted to dive into the research of controlled overeating and undereating studies and how different metabolic phenotypes emerge. This concept gets back to TDEE which we have covered on many episodes. Topics include: - Metabolic Phenotypes -…
 
While many of the mainstream diets you see in marketing have their advantages, most if not all come with some nutritional deficiency, mainly missing vital micronutrients, vitamins, and/or minerals. I want to break down each popular diet and explain the nutritional deficiencies so you'll be better equipped to optimize nutrition plans for clients and…
 
The concept of reverse dieting has been incredibly helpful to the health and fitness space since it gained popularity recently. Sometimes it's not the answer though. Coaches can be too quick to recommend reverse dieting when there's issues beyond what reverse dieting will solve. Listen in as I explain 5 reasons why it's not the solution and what to…
 
Just because it fits your macros doesn't mean you or your clients need to consume it. While the flexible dieting approach has it's benefits, we understand food quality is as or more important than quantity. I'll give you a few examples of this so you'll have a better lens on this topic. Topics include: - Just Because It Fits Your Macros… - EAA and …
 
Merry Christmas Eve from the Sam Miller Science and Metabolism School family! As you drift off to sleep and Santa delivers toys and presents to children all around the world, I hope you and your clients have a quality night's sleep. If you or your clients are struggling with quality sleep, there are 6 overlooked factors that I want to cover in toda…
 
The calories in calories out model that explains energy balance seems simple on the surface but there's more to the "calories out" side of the equation. Today's episode is exploring those factors including BMR, TDEE, Thermic Effect of Food, and more. Topics include: - Fat Loss Fallacy Episode - Calories Out Side of the Equation - Psychological Fact…
 
One of the most popular but misunderstood areas of health and longevity is the concept and process of autophagy. This term is thrown around a lot but few in my opinion know the true science and definition of it. I'll take you through a 101 explanation and give you some advanced considerations along with recent and relevant studies. Topics include: …
 
It can be easy to fall into an ego trap with coaching once you have a few transformations under your belt. Your business will eventually stall or crumble if you don't adopt the white belt mentality sooner or later. There's always something new to learn, improve, or innovate. Topics include: - Your Coaching and Your Ego - White Belt Mentality - Cont…
 
It's sometimes easy to forget our brain's are wired to seek out constant threats that no longer exist in the modern world. Instead, our stress comes from our phones, our jobs, and other non-life threatening situations for the most part. There's no upgrade chip yet so we need to understand as coaches how evolution plays into physiology and metabolis…
 
Can stress make you fat? Is there more to fain gain than a calorie surplus? We'll talk about stress and fat accumulation, a sure fire recipe for insulin resistance, the role of cortisol and fat gain, and much more. Topics include: - Stress and Fat Accumulation - A Recipe for Insulin Resistance - Gluconeogenesis - The Role of Cortisol - Fasted State…
 
PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome) is a topic we've covered extensively on this podcast but there are 3 important considerations that are often overlooked within this area. Topics include: - PCOS - BMI and PCOS - Inflammation - Oxidative Stress - Microbiome Imbalances - Functional Nutrition and Metabolism Science Specialization - 3 Considerations Wra…
 
Which food sensitivity tests should you order for you or your clients? Is there a more accurate way to determine food intolerances? In today's episode, I want to breakdown a few terms within this topic, explain how the elimination diet works in this context, and the difference between immune mediated and non-immune mediated responses. Topics includ…
 
Mega deep dive on the topic of alcohol and it's many effects on the body from a sleep, weight loss, and reproductive perspective plus much more! Topics include: - Alcohol Overview - Alcohol Toxicity and Weight Loss - Social Component of Alcohol - Moderate and Heavy Alcohol Use - Alcohol Macronutrient Density - First Pass at the Stomach - DARE and S…
 
This is a podcast I wish I had back when I started so if you've been struggling with leads or attracting quality coaching clients, this episode is for you. I cover the 5 marketing issues I see within newer coaches, how to solve them, and hopefully give you some inspiration for your content and lead generation strategies going forward. Topics includ…
 
Multivitamins are a multibillion dollar a year supplement and industry… but are they all they are cracked up to be? We'll discuss their history, who they are most beneficial for, quality considerations, and much more in this deep dive. Topics include: - Multivitamin Overview and History - Most Beneficial for Multivitamin - Micronutrient Mastery Epi…
 
One of the most accurate ways to determine maintenance calories for a client still has the potential to be off by 200 calories… so determining proper maintenance calories for a client isn't as easy as some coaches make it out to be. I'll explain more in today's short but hopefully valuable episode. Topics include: - Make or Break with Maintenance C…
 
Feels great to be back behind the mic after a lengthly time away traveling. Today's episode is all about your coaching offer, how to speak your client's language in your marketing and content, and how to leverage the perceived likelihood of success working with you as opposed to quick fix solutions or cool sculpting. Other topics include: - Good to…
 
The answer might surprise you… I received a few questions about this particular hormone and, while we've covered estrogen and progesterone a lot on this show, we haven't covered this hormone in depth yet. From me and my team, we wish everyone in the United States a happy and healthy Thanksgiving to you and your family. Topics include: - Prolactin -…
 
As we head into the colder months, we need to be cognizant of seasonal affective disorder and how it could potentially impact you and your clients. I'll share what symptoms to be aware of, treatment and therapy options, and much more. Topics include: - Seasonal Affective Disorder - Share, Rate, and Review - SAD Symptoms - Treatment Options - Light …
 
Received a few questions around the topic of water retention recently so wanted to do a deep dive covering the root causes of water retention, the relationship between dieting and cortisol, sodium and estrogen considerations, and much more! Topics include: - Questions about Water Retention - Experiencing Water Retention - Root Causes of Water Reten…
 
Pushing more food for a client who needs to reverse diet can pose a difficult situation for both you as a coach and the client. They have potentially been chronically dieting for so long it can be a challenge both from a psychological perspective along from the physiological perspective. Today's episode is all about the top tips that I've seen succ…
 
"Detox" is one of those terms the marketing industry has suffocated the life out of and we as a society have lost all meaning behind what true natural detoxification is. Today's episode is all about detoxification, why most "detox teas" and other forms are just detoxing your wallet, and the actual process behind what our body does naturally. Topics…
 
Very quick but powerful tool for you to use in your client transformation journey. We all know life happens sometimes especially around the holidays and it's important to create a gameplan for potential obstacles, challenges, and circumstances that will inevitably arise. One of those ways is what I call the "If Then" tool and, much like an audible …
 
When it comes to a client transformation, macros and biofeedback aren't bulletproof. They are subjective measures and lab work can potentially give us an objective view of what's going on internally. There's some nuance to evaluating lab work and I wanted to cover that today. We'll discuss the value of lab work, why it's not just about the value or…
 
One of the primary reasons clients come to us is to build their confidence through training. If you're wanting to be better coach and solve more problems for folks, understanding today's issue and topic could be huge. Acne is a massive source of insecurity for some and there are tactical ways to decrease and even eliminate acne in certain situation…
 
There are two lesser known tactics that go unnoticed that can really help your clients with their appetite and adherence to their nutrition protocol. I'll break down both of those tactics and give you a short study to back these tactics in this short episode. Topics include: - Deep Dive Episodes - Rating and Review - Slamming Meals Down - 600 Calor…
 
As I coach more and more mentees in the coaching space, I've noticed some issues when it comes to sales calls and why coaches aren't closing as many as they should be. In this episode, I go into two specific reasons and how to avoid these mistakes in your coaching business. Topics include: - Far Too Feature Focused - Camera Analogy - Clarify Why Th…
 
Hormone deep dive covering leptin which plays a key role in energy balance, influences hunger signals, and plays an important role in fat loss. We'll discuss the concept of leptin resistance, how to increase or decrease leptin, considerations for shift workers and jet lag issues, and much more! Topics include: - Leptin Discovered in 1994 - Leptin R…
 
If you've followed the show for awhile, you know how much I talk about biofeedback and you potentially know my SHREDS model for weekly client check-ins. I want to go beyond those questions in today's episode and hopefully add a few important questions to support your clients and keep them accountable to the goals they set with you. At the end of th…
 
Like a fitness transformation, there were certain inarguable steps that you took to achieve the result you wanted and probably why you became a coach in the first place was to show others how they could have the same results. That structure whether it was nutrition, sleep, recovery, or your training is no different than the foundational principles …
 
I've spent many years helping other coaches scale quality coaching companies and I've seen a trend on where coaches get stuck and I've been there too early on in my career. I want to share with you my perspective from two brackets: mistakes I see if you're making less than 10k per month and if you're making more than 10k per month. There is some ov…
 
We've heard the old adage about how it's cheaper to keep a current customer than it is to acquire a new customer but is it true? Not only is it true but it goes deeper than that. I want to explain how your retention and churn rate will affect your coaching business long term, what churn rate is if you aren't aware of it, and the value of having gre…
 
Even if your coaching practice predominately serves women from 20-35, this is still an important episode for you from a multitude of perspectives. Today's episode will be covering menopause in women, signs of early menopause or perimenopause, why you should care as a coach, and much more! Topics include: - Menopause Overview - Average Age of Menopa…
 
Back to a micronutrient mastery episode, specifically unpacking Vitamin C today. We'll cover how Vitamin C's functions acting as an antioxidant, it's bioavailability, supplementation considerations, and food sources, Vitamin C deficiency and the pirate disease, and studies on Vitamin C, the common cold, and immunity health. Topics include: - Growin…
 
Short but hopefully impactful episode as I wanted to share two quotes I recently came across that I believe hold a lot of relevance when it comes to the coaching space, specifically on how to view learning and your development as a coach. Topics include: - The Rat Race in Online Fitness Coaching - Two Quotes - Why Learning Isn’t a Destination - Fil…
 
Part 2 of our oxidative stress and antioxidant series will cover the solution to oxidative stress… you guessed it. Antioxidants. What are antioxidants, what role do they play, what forms are there, and how this can practically apply to your coaching practice. Topics include: - Part 2 and Listening to Part 1 - Glutathione - Melatonin Episode - L-Car…
 
Welcome to Part 1 of a 2 part series covering both oxidative stress and antioxidants. Part 1 will covering the cause, discussing what oxidative stress is, the role of free radicals, hormones, and a sneaker example to simplify this concept, and other factors related to oxidative stress. Topics include: - Oxidative Stress and Antioxidants Part 1 - Na…
 
Melatonin is much more than a supplement for better sleep. While most coaches know this, few know how influential melatonin is to many systems in the body. Today's episode is a melatonin deep dive discussing its hormone properties, the role it plays in antioxidant effects and anti-inflammatory effects, and much more. Topics include: - Melatonin Dee…
 
One very popular question I receive is the relationship between progesterone, estrogen, and stress, specifically why both progesterone and estrogen drop during stress. There's a common misnomer and misconception that we need to clear up and that's why I wanted to do a deeper dive on this topic today. Topics include: - Teaser for the Episode - Proge…
 
Being an "evidence-based" coach is thrown around a lot on Instagram and marketing but do you really know what that means? Are there limitations to the research that currently exists? Is statistical significance important in every situation? All these questions and more are answered in this episode. Topics include: ---------- Elevate your coaching g…
 
Wrapping up our macro troubleshooting series, today's episode will cover when to add protein to your client's protocols. We'll talk about when your client's are experiencing hunger issues, if they are less than 0.8 grams per pound a day, and a secret bonus consideration I have for you at the end. Topics include: ---------- Elevate your coaching gam…
 
Continuing our series on macro troubleshooting, I wanted to cover the macronutrient fat in this episode. We'll talk about a client's personal preference between fats and carbs, sedentary lifestyle factors, whether your clients are experiencing a midday crash and what to do, and more. Topics include: ---------- Elevate your coaching game, level-up y…
 
Playing Macro Tetris can be tough at times a coach and many don't have a valid reason for toggling certain macronutrients. In this series, I want to break down carbs, fats, and protein in the context of when to add them and how. We'll first start with carbohydrates, how building phases will affect carbohydrate increases, fiber considerations, and m…
 
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