You, much stronger in 2015

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It’s resolution time, baby.

This week on the podcast we hang out and talk about some strategies for setting better goals for 2015. Also, there’s more than a little IPA fueling this weeks broadcast, so, you can expect a bit of everything. You’re going to dig it!


Happy New Year!



For more

  • Don’t miss the premiere of Episode 157 of Barbell Shrugged Wednesday, December 31st – We take on New Years resolutions head on.
  • Got some Christmas dough to burn? Make sure to check out Chris Moore’s new book, Get Change.

11 Responses to “You, much stronger in 2015”

  1. Eric Pritchard


    First time I listened to your “Get Change” podcast: I thought it was great. So timely and great advice/guidance as we approach 2015. Discovered “Barbell Shrugged” through Zach Even-Esh (the Underground is a great place!); love your stuff with Z and the trip to Pittsfield! Keep up the good work! I need to find some Abita with the grapefruit on the Jersey Shore!!

  2. Matt Hew


    This podcast really hit home for me. 2014 has been a challenge physically. I hurt my ankle in 2013 which required surgery. Over the course of the past year, I ended hurting my shoulder (SLAP injury), herniated a disc in my neck when i got off my crutches and now dealing with herniated discs in my lumbar. The herniated disc in my lumbar has given me sciatica. I put on your podcast right when i was dealing with a flare up that had me unable to walk. It gave me hope.

    I am planning on moving this March and working with an agency that will allow me to travel from city to city. It’s always been a dream of mine since I was a kid to travel around the country. With the past year though I am nervous about whether or not I will be physically able to do it come March. I’ve been working for a year in a half to basically get my life in order to travel. Now I’m worried it might not happen.

    Another reason why I could relate to your podcast is this summer and fall i basically was forced to start off with basic workouts with light weights once i finished physical therapy. i repeated to myself that it is good because i was getting back to basics and relearning everything. It was nice in away but very frustrating. At 33 i feel like I won’t be able to accomplish the things I once was able to do. My gym is mostly college and grad students so that hasn’t help. Pretty intimidating, especially when i am lifting nothing. Previously I had done 3 natural bodybuilding competition to challenge myself and finally get in the shape I wanted t. I just started to work a trainer to transition from bodybuilding to more powerlifting when I hurt my ankle. Just feels like all that has gone down the drain.

    Needless to say, your podcast was exactly what I wanted and needed to hear. It made me excited again for what 2015 may bring. It also made me okay with the idea of starting all over with basics. I just wanted to Thank you. This is one listener that really felt inspired by your podcast.

    You’re awesome.


  3. Riley

    Once again, very entertaining and inspiring. Now to figure out what I’m passionate right now. Seems to change every 6 months.

    Looking forward to the next episode,


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