Rwf 26 A Conversation with Kevin Larrabee

Listen to RWF26 My guest this week is Kevin Larrabee Kevin Larrabee graduated from Keene State College with a BS in Health Science in 2008. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Kevin has had a passion for fitness and nutrition ever since winning his battle with the bulge at the age of 15. After discovering the effects of diet and exercise, Kevin lost 30 pounds in three months. Ever since then he has been striving to learn as much as he can about fitness and nutrition. Kevin completed an internship at Cressey Performance in Hudson, MA during the Fall of 2008. There he worked with a wide demographic from weekend warriors to high school, college, and minor league athletes. After his internship Kevin spent one year as a Pro Trainer at Boston Sports Club in Woburn, MA. Currently Kevin is working at Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning in Boston, MA as a strength & conditioning coach. Some of the topics we discuss include:

* Why he started the podcast
* A conversation rather than a formal interview
* His early podcasts
* How the show has changed over the years
* Audio quality is becoming more important
* Fitness “experts” are more accessable than “experts” in other industrys
* Follow “the program”, finish “the program”
* Why we had to go to history class
* Kevin’s personal growth
* The Turkish Get-Up
* What do you REALLY want?
* Relax and enjoy your life
* Young girls and the scale
* Over coming balance issues with a blind client
* Keeping his life balanced

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One Response to Rwf 26 A Conversation with Kevin Larrabee

  1. Beth says:

    Just finished RWF26 and yes, girls do obsess about the scale, but I have grown out of that. If my clothes fit me comfortably, I’m good. I also try to eat small meals, with everything in moderation. One of the best things I ever did was to take voice lessons in college, where I learned abdominal breathing, which is now how I breathe, as opposed to chest breathing. I also learned glute tightening. I use these skills to the max when singing at church. I need to concentrate more on glutes in my everyday life. Thanks for the informative show!

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