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The Lifestyle Chase is a podcast that focuses on guests who are on the pursuit of a balanced lifestyle. We can only be our best when we are happy and fulfilled, the journey to get there is not always so straightforward. Each episode is set up to leave us with something valuable that we can take into our own lives and at the very least we learn something new about someone that we never knew about.


Mark Zarate @zaratefitness and I combined forces once more to dive into some deep conversations and discuss the online world, seeking guidance in life, your support circle and how to not text your ex unless you know it's the right person for you.

Check out the episode, check out the Cool, Calm, & Chaotic Podcast and thank you for listening!

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Mark Zarate and I threw a curve ball. We guested on each other's podcast at the same time. So this episode will appear on Cool, Calm, & Chaotic as well as The Lifestyle Chase. With that being said, if you aren't already, please follow Mark Zarate @zaratefitness, www.zaratefitness.com. In this episode we talked about finding your strengths, we discussed numerous subjects to the extent we may very well have a follow up episode to dive a bit deeper. Thanks for listening!

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September 3, 2020

Episode 141 - Beverley Simpson

Beverley @bsimpsonfitness is someone who has already helped me out in my career. Her core focus right now is in helping trainers realize their value in a constantly evolving industry. 

When gyms closed, there were a lot of stressed out trainers. Much the same as to how stressed out one would be when wondering if their credit card had enough to cover a tank of gas. 

We talked about that in this episode, struggles, origin story, personal growth, finding your way, how coaches need coaches, the journey to motherhood, body image struggles, self consciousness and the list goes on. 

So you should definitely listen. 

Thanks for supporting the Lifestyle Chase. This is the first episode of the 3rd season. That means we are entering the 3rd year of this podcast. It's pretty incredible to look back and see the guests of past episodes and hear the evolution of my (Chris Liddle) career unfold. 

Thanks again for listening, please share with a friend and help the show grow.

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Huge thanks goes out to Semaj Hunter for hosting this episode for me. You can find him on Instagram @whereyoufit_ . You can learn about him more by going back in the episodes where I interviewed him. 

I recruited Semaj to be my guest host because it's been a while since I've been on the other side of the microphone and it's something that forces me to reflect on the time that's passed. If you're new here, you can find me (Chris) at @christianliddle on IG.

Semaj asked me some tough questions that weren't easy to answer. We talked about how consumed I am with my career and how it's sometimes really tough for me to pick out what I do that isn't fitness. 

We talked about having to make change that is hard, specifically when it comes to things that we are doing to ourselves that hold us back. 

This episodes has plenty of tangents and long-winded answers but focuses a lot on the importance in believe in yourself as much as the people who look up to you believe in you. 

We highlighted how valuable the Compound Performance mentorship has been to me this year and some of the major takeaways. 

Please check out some past episodes, rate and subscribe, and thank you for listening!

Remember to go follow Semaj and see what he gets up to in the years to come!!

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In this Episode Nick Sorrell @nicksorrell and Austin Current @austincurrent_ are back as return guests. We discuss a bit about expectation vs reality, the need for structure and planning and self image. We also talk about the importance of context and genuine interaction, even with strangers. Understanding the space we occupy and the need to periodize filling our buckets.

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August 11, 2020

Episode 138 - Ethan Woodham

I interviewed the one and only Ethan Woodham @pitythefoolfitness .

We sat down and talked about mental health, body image, fatherhood, having a supportive partner, the need for community, how trauma can make it hard to trust people, the value of being able to feel our emotions, and his vision for being the change he wants to see in the world. 

Check out the past Episodes of The Lifestyle Chase, with over 100 different guests, there is bound to be someone you know. At the end of the day, we can learn something from everyone we talk to. Thanks for supporting The Lifestyle Chase. 

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Today I interviewed Shawna Dirksen @practicallyminimal .

We discussed her backstory and what's brought her to where she is now. She's a writer with an education in PR and a background in recruiting.

She currently helps people to find clarity through decluttering their life. Minimalism is something that can be very helpful in the fitness space.

You can find her work at www.practicallyminimal.com


If you haven't already, be sure to check out all 136 other episodes of The Lifestyle Chase and help my grow the podcast by rating it on Apple Podcasts, leaving a review and sharing on social media. Thank you for the ongoing support!

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Everyone who knew who Jason Gregor was, was excited to hear he'd be on The Lifestyle Chase. If that doesn't introduce him properly to new people I don't know what will. 


At his core he cares deeply. He's a very empathetic thoughtful person who has chosen a career he was passionate about because of how it feels to connect with something that means something. 


He's a past Top 40 Under 40 Nominee, he gives back to the community thoughtfully and generously both through how he uses his platform but also in how he leads his life. 


We were able to talk about his career journey, and his general attitude towards life. He's not one to really let an obstacle get in his way. He's also a very dedicated farmer which can be character building for anyone.


Whether you know him through the sports world, or you're hearing about him for the first time, go listen to this episode. 


Thank you for supporting The Lifestyle Chase. If you enjoyed this episode, you might be interested in listening to a couple of my past episodes featuring former and current professional athletes. The guest list is unpredictable but I wouldn't have it any other way. Thanks for listening. 

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This episode features Harold Kaufman-Gibbons and Lucy Hendricks. We had an unconventional icebreaker at the start of the episode to help familiarize the audience, and then dove into quite a few topics.

We discussed the importance of having people to lean on and the ability to be yourself in the fitness industry. We talked about Harold's experiences at MFF and his entry into the industry.

We talked about some of Lucy's life experiences and how they shaped how she shows up in the world. We talked about the value of Lucy's Mindful Movement.

There was discussion about how fitness can often be inaccessible either because people can't see someone like them doing it, or because what it seems like they should be doing is out of their budget.

We talked about how meaningful it can be to learn from people of all different backgrounds and the impact that can have on a person's life.

There were a lot of topics covered, I hope you check it out, share it with a friend, and rate it on Apple Podcasts. Thanks for supporting The Lifestyle Chase!

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I brought back Bryan Baia and Calvin Martin who were recently on their own episodes of The Lifestyle Chase.

We all know our moms are going to check out this episode and we appreciate their support. So on behalf of me and the Step Brothers, I just want to take this moment to say "Hi" to each of our moms and that we love you.

Step Brother moms, you did good.

Anyways, we talked about things like going after the project that's on your mind, choosing a brand that sees your worth, making connections, and working out on a roof.

You'll have to check this episode out, but also check out the other episodes. There are a great deal of different people from all over the world on this podcast, and there will definitely be some familiar faces for most listeners.

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