Hosted by John Fosco, Maurice Clarett and myself we share our life experiences to help listeners around the world.  Business and Biceps is way for us to give back by TEACHING BY EXAMPLE, NOT THEORY.


Louis Simmons and Westside Barbell don’t put out many podcasts, but they are definitely a podcast that I look forward to listening to.  I’ve learned so much from Westside Barbell over the years, and I honestly can’t get enough of it.  I don’t follow their program directly, however I have implemented and applied several of their principles to my own training.


Lewis hosts his School of Greatness podcast from California.  The podcast gives you such a wide range of guests, that it makes for an interesting and entertaining listen consistently.


With multiple quick-hitter episodes that cover a wide range of topics, you won’t be disappointed.  A little bit of everything.


From a training standpoint I really enjoy listening to the Barbell Shrugged Podcast.  I have a particular affection towards the Barbell Shrugged guys because they have helped me immensely widen my audience, starting back in the old MusclePharm days.  I’ve been on the show a total of three times, and I can say that they have been a major key in expanding my demographic over the years.


Drama’s podcast features some of the most interesting guests and entertainers.  On top of this, he is a great storyteller and asks thought-provoking questions to his guests.  Definitely up there for me.


Definitely one of the most vibrant and enthusiastic human beings out there is Gary V.  You are for sure going to get a thing or two from listening to his podcast.


The Tim Ferriss show, hosted by Tim Ferriss, is structured in longer form interviews.  Tehy sometimes can range from 1-3 hours, so I choose these more sparingly.  That being said, he’s had some awesome guests on the show.