Your Revolution

The Your Revolution Podcast is brought to you by Revolution Personal and Performance Training in Melbourne. The purpose of the Your Revolution P...

Health, Fitness & Nutrition, Self-Help, Sports & Recreation

Lynda Edwards is a mother, wife, business owner and a weightlifter. She juggles a busy home life with top end performance in a sport that challenges her and pushes her to her limits. How does she fit all of this in an still mange to consistently improve her performance as she competes at an inte...
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Lester joins us again for a podcast focused on getting the best out of yourself even no matter where you're at in your life. Whether you're a young buck, someone at the peak of your powers, a masters athlete or someone just wanting to learn a new skill we can all learn something from Lester. Tun...
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In this episode we catch up with Nathan Tieppo and touch on his focus, dedication and commitment to always be the hardest working one in the room. Nathan shares with us how this focus has enabled him to complete events as varied as Ironman to Australian Rules Football and how the things he has l...
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Our new host, Luke Scott catches up with former host Jane Erbacher on all things # fitness  & peanut butter. Project Row & Project Ski, The Reset, everything Concept 2, The peanut butter podcast and the new direction on the Your Revolution show. Check out all you need to know in this ne...
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For the past 95 episodes you have heard the sweet sound* of Jane Erbacher's voice on the Your Revolution Podcast. Week after week Jane has brought you tales of success, struggle, pain and happiness all in the hope that it would inspire you on your own mission of betterment. Today marks the end o...
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Sometimes we meet people who have “interesting” stories. Shane Farmer, founder of DHR, is definitely that category. Despite being a bit of a failure at high school, Shane hasn’t let that hold him back. His extraordinary work ethic is one reason, and the other is the fact that he wholeheartedly t...
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Sometimes we meet people who have “interesting” stories. Shane Farmer, founder of DHR, is definitely that category. Despite being a bit of a failure at high school, Shane hasn’t let that hold him back. His extraordinary work ethic is one reason, and the other is the fact that he wholeheartedly t...
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Sometimes we meet people who have “interesting” stories. Shane Farmer, founder of DHR, is definitely that category. Despite being a bit of a failure at high school, Shane hasn’t let that hold him back. His extraordinary work ethic is one reason, and the other is the fact that he wholeheartedly t...
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What’re you actually willing to do in pursuit of your goals? Every now and again, we hear of people who’ve done extraordinary things in pursuit of something better. Nate Chambers is one of those people. While working a full-time corporate job, and in order to fund his dream, Nate gave up his hou...
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I'm tired of hearing people pressure us into believing that "when something is important to you, you make it happen". Why? Because it's actually not that simple. Yes, I am a believer in prioritising. Yes, I think that if something is important to you it will, and should, be reflected in your day...
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This week, among all the happiness of Project Row and my European tour, a constant in my life was thrown into chaos. My Gym Jones world crumbled around me as hate and jealousy took hold of so many I held in high regard. Out of this turmoil however, so many conversations have arisen for me with p...
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When you’re talking about movements, there’s the saying “practise makes permanent”. It’s something I learned from Sam Loch (episode 88), specifically about rowing technique, and how you should never, ever perform anything but a perfect stroke - because practising sloppy technique makes sloppy te...
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Do you know someone who set themselves a big goal, like a marathon or an ironman? Someone who trained so hard, and ended up so fatigued, that the experience of actually doing the event made them hate it? And afterwards, they hung up their boots and did nothing for months, or even years?   I know...
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Sam Loch is a two-time Olympic Rower, having represented Australia at the Beijing and London Olympics. Since his Olympic days he’s focused on something you all know I’m familiar with: the Concept2 indoor rower.   Sam has the 24 hour tandem record, the 1000m record, the max-metres-in-...
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Last week I entered the twilight zone: I was interviewed by someone else!   Jane Ellen hosts the Glistening Particles podcast, and had been chasing me for a while. I was avoiding saying “yes”, but in the end I had SO much fun being interviewED for once!   I thought this would be a really fun way...
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Matt Owen is a rarity. At just 30 years old, he’s just celebrated his business’s 10 year anniversary. Hockey, Track and Field, Olympic Lifting and Gym Jones - for over a decade, Matt has developed an enormous wealth of experience in both training and the business of training.  “This stuff is ...
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What does it take to look like Wonder Woman?  “Wonder Woman was incredible for a different reason. It was the first time in Hollywood that we were going to put a group of women on screen that had that physical prowess, together, in an amazing new kind of vision of femininity.” In today’s Your Re...
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Is change necessary? Recently I posted a “before and after pic”, and the responses to it - both supportive and negative - got me thinking about the idea of contentment Vs change. It got me thinking about the dichotomy of being grateful for what I have, and how that challenges the desire and driv...
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“The only way I’ve gotten here, where I am, is by working really hard… I want everybody to have a chance for exercise to change their life, and to do that, there’s a lot of hard work to do.” Bobby Maximus was created from the need to be a person who can do anything. A person who has no fears, w...
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How do you create a life you are proud of? A body that you are proud of? A career that you are proud of? A relationship that you are proud of? Doe is require radical change? Or simply a shift in focus? Why, if all we are striving for is happiness do we focus on tearing others down? Laughing at t...
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