“If you don’t have passion don’t even think about getting on the box”
– Matt Phelps
As the founder of Metabolic Meltdown in 2008, Matt has assisted thousands of clients in their quest to lose weight, gain energy, and build strength. With fitness as his lifelong passion, Matt has a relentless drive to improve, an intense training style, and an authentic concern for his clients (particularly those who went to his alma mater, Siena College), all of which make him one of the top trainers in the Capital Region. Clients at the gym have a “love-hate” relationship with Matt, as many of them hate him during the workout, and love the way he makes them feel when they are done!
In this episode you’ll discover:
- How to transition from an employee to employer
- The benefits of strength training at a pace
- The concept of time under tension training
- The importance of consistency in running a business and working out
- The benefits of making mistakes
- The one question every entrepreneur should ask themselves everyday
- Best practices for hiring employees
- Why athletes usually make great trainers
- The benefits of audio learning
- How humility can help business grow ten fold
- and so much more
THEY SAID IT BEST
“If I won the lottery, I’d do it for free.
“Deliver the best product you can!
“Consistency over time over gets results.
“If you’re not making mistakes, I’d say you’re probably not pushing the envelope hard enough.
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RESOURCES MENTIONED DURING THIS EPISODE
How I lost 50 pounds and gained a new outlook on life
The Metabolic Podcast: What’s You Story FT Kito Delgado
Get on the Box: Former NFL running back and Metabolic Meltdown trainer, Drew Smith
Get on the Box: Entrepreneurship and Fantasy Football advice with Andy Holloway
Business & Biceps Podcast
The Renegade Radio Podcast
Google Docs helps you create and edit documents
Asana helps you track your team’s work and manage projects
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