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Mar 9, 2020

One of our goals with creating this podcast was to bring the community together - we want to create a platform for discussion on topics that interest YOU. To do this, periodically, we will be giving you guys the opportunity to send in questions that you would like us to dive into. Ed will be choosing 10 questions to answer in a quick fire style (3 minutes each question). We will also be choosing some questions to dive deeper in to: stay tuned!
This episode is sponsored by @barebells.hkg - get a chance to win your very own box of their newest flavour: the crunchy fudge, by heading over to the link in our @liveperformcompete Instagram bio!
We will randomly choose a winner on March 12!
Giving a huge shoutout to the following individuals for this weeks questions:
Question 1: (2:43) What triggered the change in leadership? - @engeriloh
Question 2: (4:56) Will you just talk about fitness? Ever thought about branching out to something like ‘Time Ferris’ style? - @kyle_john619
Question 3: (6:18) What’s your favourite subject to talk about? Fitness?Mindfulness? Stress? Yourself? - @alireece1
Question 4: (8:22) Any tips for coaches who feel drained and de-motivated? Seems to be a growing problem. - @nathanpridden
Question 5: (11:29) Currently in university doing a course I don't like. My dream is to build my own gym where I can train myself and my clients and classes. My problem is, I don't know how to make this dream a reality. I don't know where to start and how to finance the setup. Any advice you could offer? - @tfe_athlete
Question 6: (13:52) In your coaching career, what's been your highlight or favourite moment so far? - @bryang1
Question 7: (15:03) Favourite songs to listen to when training, and playing the guitar? - @manjotta
Question 8: (18:04) How to train with more intent, work harder and not get distracted? - @tfe_athlete
Question 9: (20:27) If you could go back in the past and change one thing, what would it be? - @laujkb
Question 10: (22:25) How to get better at living in the moment and not constantly planning to move the needle forward? - @cerskine23