Welcome back to Chat Sh*t Get Fit, Chatting W/ PTs. This week we sit down with another new addition to the Primal team. Hannah is an extremely knowledgeable coach who takes a compassionate evidence-based approach to coaching. As you'll hear it's like a dream come true for Tom as he finds someone who is literally him In the female form. Bill is basically the third wheel in this one! We discuss her top 3 gym pet peeves, including bicep curling right in front of the dumbbell rack/mirror, some madness with the smith machine, and those of you who excessively scream in the gym. We then find out about her journey into becoming the amazing coach she is today and this leads to numerous rabbit holes where Tom and Hannah share their thoughts on things from pain to madness of excessive warm-ups. We finish with our secret questions and Bill was not happy at her incredible ability to answer what were clearly jovial questions in an evidence-based intelligent format. It was a delight to have her on the podcast and we are incredibly fortunate to have someone as "switched on" as her on the Primal team. If you want to join our team and work with an exceptional coach to transform your health, fitness & wellness then head here to book a consultation. Due to the nature of how full-on 1-1 coaching is she only has limited slots so act fast and get ready to see some incredible results. Want to support the Podcast? We have a discount code (PRIMAL10) for a fantastic coffee brand. Cannonball Coffee. Great tasting and super powerful which WILL give you a boost in the gym. We spoke to Cannonball Coffee on a previous podcast and you can listen to that here to see why we are such fans. So if you want to support us in some small way and get some great coffee head to cannonballcoffee.co.uk and use code PRIMAL10 for 10% off any order. New to the show? Head back to episode 1 "Let's Chat, Covid & Fitness" where we give an introduction into who we are and talk about the current state of ourselves and the fitness industry during this Covid pandemic Find us on Instagram @bill_trainprimal @coachtomreardon @hannahmurphyfitness Study Mentioned Strength training is as effective as stretching for improving range of motion: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
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