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James Steele, PhD – The Problems With Measuring “Effort” In Resistance Training Science (#167)

              View this post on Instagram                         A post shared by James Steele (@james.steeleii) on Jun 7, 2018 at 8:15am PDT James Steele, PhD (Instagram / email – james.steele [@] solent.ac.uk) is the Principal Investigator at Ukactive Research Institute and …

Dr. James Fisher and Dr. James Steele: Workout Nihilism vs Workout Optimisation

Dr James Steele is an Associate Professor in Sport and Exercise Science at Southampton Solent University (United Kingdom). James teaches across both exercise physiology, biomechanics, and research methods, is an active researcher and has published numerous peer-reviewed articles on a variety of areas relating to health and fitness. Listen to my previous episodes with Dr …

James Steele PhD – The Real Truth About Maximizing Muscle Gain

Dr James Steele (@JamesSteeleii) is an Associate Professor in Sport and Exercise Science at Southampton Solent University (United Kingdom). James teaches across both exercise physiology, biomechanics, and research methods, is an active researcher and has published numerous peer-reviewed articles on a variety of areas relating to health and fitness. He is currently involved in a …

James Steele PhD on Momentary Muscular Failure vs Sub-Maximal Failure, Optimal Time Under Load/Reps and Fasted Training

James Steele PhD is a lecturer in Applied Sport Science at Southampton Solent University in the UK. He’s helped publish some game-changing studies on exercise (see resources), and is well known for his talk titled ’There Is No Such Thing As Cardio’ which he presented at The 21 Convention. James is one of the UK’s finest …

James Steele PhD: No Such Thing As Cardio, Occam’s Protocol and How Different Activities Trigger Hypertrophy

James Steele, PhD is a lecturer in Applied Sport Science at Southampton Solent University and is one of the leading experts in exercise physiology, biomechanics, and resistance training. Still only in his mid-twenties, James is no less than brilliant, and has already published a number of game-changing research papers on exercise. We covered a broad range of …

James Fisher PhD – Evidence-Based Recommendations for Hypertrophy Part 1 (#193)

James Fisher PhD (Instagram, Facebook) is a Course Leader and Senior Lecturer for the School of Sport, Health and Social Sciences at the Southampton Solent University in the UK. He is regarded as one of the leading researchers in exercise science, and in particular, resistance training. Listen to my other episodes with James here: Part 1, Part …

Dr James Fisher – How to Reunite the HIT Community, Workout Routines, and Sun-bedding

Dr James Fisher is a Course Leader and Senior Lecturer in Sports Conditioning and Fitness at the Southampton Solent University in the UK. In addition to a huge body of work in exercise science, James is the lead author of 2 of the most important papers published in resistance training in the last 10 years: …

James Fisher and Luke Carlson – The Keys to Running a Successful Business, Optimizing Your Workouts for Strength and Mass Gains, and the Busy Person’s Guide to Working Out

James Fisher is one of the world’s top experts in strength, conditioning, and sport psychology. Besides being an accomplished academic researcher, he has also been a fitness professional, strength and conditioning coach, and the GB wheelchair basketball coach at the London 2012 games. He completed his BSc (Hons) Sport Science from University of Chester, his …

James Fisher On Advanced Resistance Training Techniques, Kobe Bryant’s Injuries, And The Downsides Of The Big 5 Workout

“All we know is still infinitely less than all that remains unknown.” – William Harvey I enjoyed my first interview with James so much that I asked him to join me for a second time. You can email James at james.fisher [@] solent.ac.uk. James (MSc Exercise Physiology) is the Course Leader for BSc (HONS) Fitness and Personal …

Dr Ben Bocchicchio – HIT and Metabolic Health: The Science and Business (#194)

Dr Ben Bocchicchio (drbeno@hotmail [dot] com) has been an innovator and leader in the fields of fitness, exercise, and health since the 1970s. He founded Sports Conditioning in Staten Island and developed programs for weight reduction, cosmetic enhancement, general fitness, and health and rehabilitation. Dr Ben owned and supervised a number of private fitness and health …

How To Start A High Intensity Training Business – Part 1 (#192)

Occasionally I get the question: “Lawrence, how is your personal training business going?!” I’ve wanted to start a personal training business in one form or another for several years now. However, the podcast and HIT Business Membership have always taken centre stage. More recently, I’ve realised it makes a lot of sense for me to …

Martin Gibala PhD – HIT vs HIIT Part 2 (#190)

Martin Gibala PhD (@Gibalam) is a professor and chair of the Department of Kinesiology at McMaster University in Hamilton, Canada. His research on the health benefits of interval training has attracted immense scientific attention and worldwide media coverage. He is the author of a bestselling book, The One-Minute Workout: Science Shows a Way to Get …

Owen Dockham – How To Build An Efficient High Intensity Strength Training Business (#188)

Owen Dockham is the CEO of Live Oak Strength and Co-Founder of EverStrongSF, two exercise studios that offer a rational, safe, and effective approach to exercise not found anywhere else in the eastern bay area. Having supervised over 10,000 one-on-one personal training sessions, with individuals ranging from ages 10 to 89, Owen has found that …

Scott Myslinski – A High Intensity Training Critique and Carnivore Diet Q&A (#186)

Scott Myslinski is the host of the Carnivore Cast Podcast, which dives deep into the carnivore diet and lifestyle by interviewing doctors, researchers, and long term carnivores who’ve overcome a variety of diseases and conditions. Scott has been a carnivore for over two years and, with the addition of resistance training, has improved his body …

Hannah Stael von Holstein – The Resistance Exercise Conference 2019 (#185)

Hannah Stael von Holstein (email – hannah [@] discoverstrength.com) is the Vice President of Sales for Discover Strength, a fast growing personal training business based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Discover Strength’s four personal training facilities are among the highest volume/revenue training facilities in the United States. Hannah joins me in this episode to talk about my …

Craig Hartley – Muscle Gain Genetics vs Hard Work (#178)

Craig Hartley is a high-intensity trainer and the owner of Potential, a high intensity training gym in Yorkshire, UK (Facebook). He’s also the author of Potential: The Keys to Unlocking Your Genetic Potential.   Craig’s expertise is in using high intensity strength training and tailored nutrition plans to help his clients build muscle and burn fat …

Dr Jurgen Giessing – Why One Set To Failure Is All You Need (#172)

Dr Jurgen Giessing (email – giessing[at]uni-landau.de) is a professor of sports science at the University of Koblenz-Landau. After graduating from the University of Marburg with a teaching degree and a doctor’s degree in pedagogy in 1997, Jurgen worked as a sports therapist and P.E. teacher and continued his research about muscle hypertrophy training which lead …

Luke Carlson – How To Delegate In Your High Intensity Strength Training Business (#170)

Luke Carlson (Luke [@] DiscoverStrength.com) is the founder and CEO of Discover Strength, a fast growing personal training business based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Discover Strength’s four personal training facilities are among the highest volume/revenue training facilities in the United States. Luke is a sought after speaker to businesses and leaders in a variety of industries. Alongside …

Ted Harrison – How To Motivate Yourself And Your Clients In High Intensity Strength Training For Maximum Results (#169)

Ted Harrison (Facebook / Twitter) is a UK-based, High-intensity trainer and the owner of Vital Exercise, a private exercise studio specialising in strength and conditioning. Ted has spent over three decades helping people transform their health and build their best physiques using an evidence-based exercise approach. This is Ted’s third appearance on the podcast. Check out …

Arjan Meijer – How To Fit HIT Around A Very Physical Job (#166)

Arjan Meijer is from the Netherlands and has been training with weights since the 80s. He’s done it all, read it all, and heard it all. He’s tried high volume traditional weight training, Dorian Yates style high intensity training, Mike Mentzer consolidation routines, and much more. Arjan competed in two natural body building competitions at age …