The Breakthrough Secrets Podcast

Tony Gentilcore: Instilling Life Skills

May 31, 2021 Chris Abbott & Mike Kurkowski Season 2 Episode 96
The Breakthrough Secrets Podcast
Tony Gentilcore: Instilling Life Skills
Chapters
2:41
Introducing our special guest personal co-founder of Cressey Sports Performance, personal trainer, speaker and author Tony Gentilcore @tonygentilcore
5:41
Authenticity, I write as i talk
8:31
The intimacy of writing
13:31
What inspired Tony to start in the fitness industry?
16:01
Tony’s first steps in the fitness industry
25:01
Strength training as a baseball player
29:51
Shout out to Steven Head @headstrong_fitness_performance
31:41
“You’re not just an athlete when you’re training, there’s another things you need to become and work on” - Tony Gentilcore
32:31
Being respectful with your parents
34:01
“It’s not just showing a kid how to squat correctly, there’s also a degree of life skills we’re instilling in these kids” - Tony Gentilcore
35:51
“Carrying your own equipment bag” as a kid
38:11
Training in silence to improve the connection with your routine
41:11
If you could train any superhero, who would you train?
45:31
Barbells and kettlebells will never get old
48:01
My goal is to get them to be consistent
52:01
Velocity gym strategy
53:21
From personal trainer to business owner
1:00:11
Where to reach to Tony Gentilcore
The Breakthrough Secrets Podcast
Tony Gentilcore: Instilling Life Skills
May 31, 2021 Season 2 Episode 96
Chris Abbott & Mike Kurkowski

In the 96th Episode of The Breakthrough Secrets Podcast, Mike, Chris and our special guest  co-founder of Cressey Sports Performance, personal trainer, speaker and author Tony Gentilcore will talk about strength training as a baseball player, being respectful with your parents, online business and instilling life skills.

Join us in this insightful and captivating talk!

In this chapter you will discover:

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(1:40) Introducing our special guest personal co-founder of Cressey Sports Performance, personal trainer, speaker and author Tony Gentilcore @tonygentilcore

(4:40) Authenticity, I write as i talk

(7:30) The intimacy of writing

(12:30) What inspired Tony to start in the fitness industry?

(15:00) Tony’s first steps in the fitness industry

(24:00) Strength training as a baseball player

(28:50) Shout out to Steven Head @headstrong_fitness_performance

(30:40) “You’re not just an athlete when you’re training, there’s another things you need to become and work on” - Tony Gentilcore

(31:30) Being respectful with your parents

(33:00) “It’s not just showing a kid how to squat correctly, there’s also a degree of life skills we’re instilling in these kids” - Tony Gentilcore

(34:50) “Carrying your own equipment bag” as a kid

(37:10) Training in silence to improve the connection with your routine

(40:10) If you could train any superhero, who would you train?

(44:30) Barbells and kettlebells will never get old

(47:00) My goal is to get them to be consistent

(51:00) Velocity gym strategy

(52:20) From personal trainer to business owner

(59:10) Where to reach to Tony Gentilcore https://tonygentilcore.com 

.

#TheBreakthroughSecretsPodcast #strengthtraining #kettlebells #strength #knowledge #education #podcast #strengthshow #fitness #health #strengthhasagreaterpurpose #wellness #coaching #mindset



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Show Notes Chapter Markers

In the 96th Episode of The Breakthrough Secrets Podcast, Mike, Chris and our special guest  co-founder of Cressey Sports Performance, personal trainer, speaker and author Tony Gentilcore will talk about strength training as a baseball player, being respectful with your parents, online business and instilling life skills.

Join us in this insightful and captivating talk!

In this chapter you will discover:

.

(1:40) Introducing our special guest personal co-founder of Cressey Sports Performance, personal trainer, speaker and author Tony Gentilcore @tonygentilcore

(4:40) Authenticity, I write as i talk

(7:30) The intimacy of writing

(12:30) What inspired Tony to start in the fitness industry?

(15:00) Tony’s first steps in the fitness industry

(24:00) Strength training as a baseball player

(28:50) Shout out to Steven Head @headstrong_fitness_performance

(30:40) “You’re not just an athlete when you’re training, there’s another things you need to become and work on” - Tony Gentilcore

(31:30) Being respectful with your parents

(33:00) “It’s not just showing a kid how to squat correctly, there’s also a degree of life skills we’re instilling in these kids” - Tony Gentilcore

(34:50) “Carrying your own equipment bag” as a kid

(37:10) Training in silence to improve the connection with your routine

(40:10) If you could train any superhero, who would you train?

(44:30) Barbells and kettlebells will never get old

(47:00) My goal is to get them to be consistent

(51:00) Velocity gym strategy

(52:20) From personal trainer to business owner

(59:10) Where to reach to Tony Gentilcore https://tonygentilcore.com 

.

#TheBreakthroughSecretsPodcast #strengthtraining #kettlebells #strength #knowledge #education #podcast #strengthshow #fitness #health #strengthhasagreaterpurpose #wellness #coaching #mindset



Find Free Resources at www.kettlebell.works 

Liked the show? Please lease us a review!

Introducing our special guest personal co-founder of Cressey Sports Performance, personal trainer, speaker and author Tony Gentilcore @tonygentilcore
Authenticity, I write as i talk
The intimacy of writing
What inspired Tony to start in the fitness industry?
Tony’s first steps in the fitness industry
Strength training as a baseball player
Shout out to Steven Head @headstrong_fitness_performance
“You’re not just an athlete when you’re training, there’s another things you need to become and work on” - Tony Gentilcore
Being respectful with your parents
“It’s not just showing a kid how to squat correctly, there’s also a degree of life skills we’re instilling in these kids” - Tony Gentilcore
“Carrying your own equipment bag” as a kid
Training in silence to improve the connection with your routine
If you could train any superhero, who would you train?
Barbells and kettlebells will never get old
My goal is to get them to be consistent
Velocity gym strategy
From personal trainer to business owner