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Now, on to our guest… Steve Maxwell
You asked for him as a guest, so here he is, Maniacs! We had a blast, and I learned a TON.
Steve has created 10 bestselling DVDs, including Steve Maxwell: The Road Warrior. Steve is an American fitness coach, physical educator, and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu instructor. Maxwell was named one of the top 100 trainers in the USA by Men's Journal.
Besides all of that, he’s built some highly clever and super-functional training methods and is an all-around hilarious guy. Steve is one of Joe Rogan’s "go to" trainers and his thinking can be applied in nearly all aspects of training, fitness, and lifestyle.
In this episode, we discuss life, maximizing your body and spirit (and common mistakes), and generally answer these questions:
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Steve is a close friend of the Rogan Army, and this is one of my favorite conversations. Please ping him on Twitter (@stevemaxwellsc) to let him know what you thought!
Teasers and Select Links from Episode 16
LINKS FROM EPISODE 16
-LIBERATION AND ENLIGHTENMENT, GET NAKED, FIND A MOUNTAIN TOP, HIT PLAY, SQUEEGEE YOUR THIRD EYE AND PREPARE TO BLAST OFF INTO THE GREAT UNKNOWN WOMB OF THE UNIVERSE AND ENJOY!
For the past 17 years I've made my career out of designing and teaching group fitness kickboxing classes. Many of my classes consist of up to 100 people, who range in fitness levels from beginner to advanced-- all in the same class. Obviously this exposed some challenges and hurdles that I needed to overcome in order to keep my classes at the highest quality possible.