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40FIT RADIO PODCAST 2019-06-13T22:21:40+00:00

If you’re looking for all things Masters fitness…you have found the right resource! The 40fit Radio Podcast discusses all things fitness based on evidence, content experts and the community at large for masters aged individuals…

Meet the Hosts

Darin Deaton

The founder of 40fit and the 40fit Radio podcast, Darin is a Doctor of Physical Therapy,Barbell Logic Online Coaching, USAW Sports Performance Coach and Certified Trainer. He has over 30 years of experience in the health and fitness space and brings evidenced based, sustainable, practical solutions to the masters community.

Trent Jones

Trent is an avid strength training follower and producer of all things creative and musical. Trent produces all of the creative elements of the podcast and is the genius behind the music and sound. He is working toward his Starting Strength Coach certificate and interns with Starting Strength Online Coaching. He is also a regular lifting competitor in the USSF and has qualified for Nationals.

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In the course of coaching hundreds of clients, Robert has developed a nutrition coaching style that revolves around habits and accountability, […]

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#42 – Strong Shoulders Pt. 1: The Anatomy of A Strong Shoulder

After lower back pain, shoulder issues might just be the most common form of injury and aches and pains experienced in the gym and on the field. When you consider the anatomy and physiology of this complex joint, it’s no surprise. The shoulder is a somewhat delicate ball-and-socket joint, loosely slung by a […]

#43 – Strong Shoulders Pt. 2: Common Injuries

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#44 – Strong Shoulders Pt. 3: Exercises and Interventions

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#46 – What Is Your Why? Finding Your Motivation for Fitness

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#48 – Ladies Night at Fort Worth Strength

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