EYC the podcast is a means to generate meaningful discussion with those that have unique skills and perspectives. The goal is to provide the listener with an opportunity to learn something new while enjoying a fun and engaging conversation. The podcast covers many different topics including, but not limited to, music, film, fine dining, business, and health and fitness. Descriptions and links to episodes can be found below. Be sure to also subscribe to the podcast using the iTunes store.
EYC Podcast #1 – Matthew Landry
Former General Manager of Actinolite restaurant in Toronto, ON. Topics of discussion include fine dining, food, wine, and liquor.
Marinko is a multidisciplinary artist, DJ and dad who splits his time between Niagara and Toronto. Marinko was signed to Helsinki based Mono Records for many years and has exhibited his art and performed internationally. Currently, Marinko is hard at work building the Niagara Solar Sound System, scheduled to make it’s debut in spring 2015.
Chris Kular is a print media instructor at Ryerson and holds a Master of Science degree in Print Media from the Rochester Institute of Technology. From September 2009 to March 2010, Chris taught courses in print media publishing, advertising, packaging and branding while on sabbatical in Europe.
Chris Kular’s professional background includes more than 30 years of practical experience in Print Media applications and technical services management. This includes ten years of successful development and delivery of professional training courses to Print Media companies and their clients.
Taylor Erwin runs Comedy Uncovered, a Toronto based company that produces and promotes Canadian comedy. Check him out on www.comedyuncovered.com. The discussion covers performance, production, Canadian comics, and more.
Iris Kolenski is a Certified Yoga Instructor (completed 200hr Hatha Yoga Teacher Training through Kula) with 5 years of experience teaching yoga at fitness gyms, yoga studios and within the workplace. Iris holds a Masters degree in Human Health and Nutritional sciences and outside the studio works full time as a Sales Representative for a Biotechnology company focused on supporting research in Life Sciences.
Phil Perez is owner and brand manager of Fuel Foods, a healthy food delivery service based out of Toronto. Topics include Fuel Foods, entrepreneurial concepts, and nutrition. Be sure to check out the Fuel Foods website at www.fuelfoods.ca
Kas talks pushups. This episode is a supplement to the EYC pushup feature video that was previously released. Topics include, progression, regression, technique, and strategies for improvement. Be sure to check out the pushup feature video here, or on Facebook: Elevateyourcraft.
Mikael Dia is an entrepreneur and digital marketing specialist. We discuss topics around appealing to your ideal client, the process behind digital marketing, as well as the entrepreneurial thought process. If you run a business, or have an interest in appealing to your desired market through digital channels, be sure to check it out.
Kas talks squats. Check out episode #18 which acts as a companion to the EYC Squat Progression video. This video demonstrates a progression from the standard bodyweight squat, to the Wushu pistol squat. Topics include technique, progression, and insight I’ve learned through my years of training.
Named The Hollywood Reporter’s Next Generation Under 35 (’14) and Playback’s Top Ten to Watch (’12), Mark Montefiore recently executive produced the CraveTV/Comedy Network comedy Letterkenny, based on the hit web series of the same name, and the Superchannel comedy What Would Sal do?. Montefiore also recently produced the Whistler Film Fest and Toronto Film Festival Film Circuit Audience Choice winning feature film, Cas & Dylan, starring Academy Award winner Richard Dreyfuss (Mr. Holland’s Opus) and Golden Globe nominee Tatiana Maslany (Orphan Black) and directed by Jason Priestley (90210). Montefiore has several award-winning films to his credit including his debut feature film, Eating Buccaneers and The Armoire. Mark has worked with Executive Producers Mark McKinney (SNL, Kids In the Hall) and Garry Campbell (MadTV) to produce The Comedy Network sketch series Picnicface, which won 3 Canadian Comedy Awards. Mark is a graduate of the CFC’s Producers Lab (’06), the Berlinale Talent Campus (’10), the CFC, Telefilm Canada/Just For Laughs’ Comedy Lab (’10), Trans Atlantic Partners (’12) and Schulich School of Business/WIFT-T (’14).
Kas talks jump rope. This episode acts as a supplement to the 50 consecutive double under video which you can find on Facebook and Youtube under Elevateyourcraft. I discuss some insight into how I trained for this particular goal, technique, and how your rope will affect performance.
In this episode of the EYC Podcast I chat with Deb Anderson, owner of BodyKnow Inc, a business based out of Burlington, ON, Canada that offers body composition analysis using the BodPod. We discuss the evolution of BodyKnow, wearable fitness trackers, the BodPod and how it works, and the importance of understanding body composition. Be sure to check out the website at www.bodyknow.ca
EYC Podcast #27 – The Right Jump Rope for Your Goals
In this episode of the podcast I discuss various jump rope types, and how they are best used to achieve your goals. I also cover ropes for advanced level training, and some pointers on keeping your ropes tip top.
EYC Podcast #28 – Transitional Techniques for Progression
In this episode, I talk about transitional, or asymmetrical techniques and how they can be used to progress. I cover topics such as types of movement, the benefits of using transitional techniques, and targeted training.