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102 – Tim Ferriss VS Gary Vaynerchuk – How To Get the Most Out of Social Media, Business, and Life With Hustle and Focus

When it comes to Lifehacking, Productivity, and Getting Things Done in business and in life, there is a constant stream of content pouring out from a seemingly endless number of gurus and experts out there. That said, the more familiar you become with these worlds, two start to really stand out: Tim Ferriss and Gary …

My Notes From The Tim Ferriss Show Podcast, ‘What I Learned In 2016’

In Tim’s latest podcast, What I learned in 2016 (click this link to listen to the podcast, see the show notes and other resources), Tim explores how he performs a post-game analysis to inform his new years resolutions. I took the following notes and thought I would post them here in case some of you found …

11 – James Fisher on Single Sets vs Multiple Sets, Tim Ferriss’s Geek to Freak Experiment and Maximising Sport Performance

James Fisher has a degree in Sports Science and a Masters in Exercise Physiology. He’s worked with the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA), GB Goalball players, GB Wheelchair basketball players, international track and field athletes, and professional footballers. James is considered one of the world’s top experts in strength and conditioning, and sport psychology. In the last …

124 – Menno Henselmans on Minimalism, Optimising Muscle Growth for a Non-Responder, and Low vs High Training Frequencies

Menno Henselmans (Instagram and Facebook) is an online physique coach, fitness model, scientific author and the creator and director of Bayesian Bodybuilding. Menno has also worked with multiple pro card winning clients and international prize winners in physique sports and powerlifting and is an international speaker for BodyPower, the Norwegian Academy for Personal Training (AFPT), Paleo f(x), …

123 – The Importance of One New Habit At A Time, The Slow Carb Diet and High Intensity Training

In this episode, I am interviewed on The Deskbound Podcast (iTunes) by podcaster, entrepreneur and my good friend, Brandon Olin. Brandon is also the founder of Movility, which provides products and resources to help the desk-bound busy professional to improve their health and fitness. In this episode, we discuss: The benefits of high intensity strength training …

112 – Kevin Kruse – The Truth About Time Management

Kevin Kruse is an entrepreneur who has won both an “Inc 500” award for fast growth and a “Best Place to Work” award for employee culture. Today, he is the CEO of LEADx a company that offers free leadership training and professional development to everyone, everywhere, at any time. He is a New York Times …

108 – Jens Jakob Andersen on How To Optimize Your Running Form, Performance and Minimize Injury

Jens Jakob Andersen is a former competitive runner, a statistician, a minimalist, and most importantly, the Founder and CEO of the immensely popular – if not the most popular – running shoe review website on the Internet, RunRepeat.com. What’s fascinating about Jens and RunRepeat is not only the extensive amount of comprehensive-yet-straightforward, useful information on …

101 – Dr. Brad Schoenfeld On Time-Under-Tension Vs Reps, Genetic Limits And Optimising Muscle Gain

One of the most prolific and sought-out health and fitness professionals in the world, Dr. Brad Schoenfeld (PhD, CSCS, CSPS, FNSCA) is a man with many a feather in his cap: researcher, multi-title winning bodybuilder, award-wining fitness expert and personal trainer, best-selling author of The M.A.X Muscle Plan ( Amazon US / Amazon UK ) …

95 – Dr. David Behm on How to Use Stretching Effectively To Improve Your Training Results, Reduce the Risk of Injury, and Optimize Sport Performance

Dr. David Behm is an award-winning Research Professor at the Memorial University of Newfoundland’s School of Human Kinetics and Recreation. He is the recipient of the Memorial University President’s Award for Outstanding Research (2006), Memorial University School of Graduate Studies Dean’s Award for Service Excellence (2012), National Strength and Conditioning Association Outstanding Sport Scientist award …

87 – Mark Alexander on Eccentric Overload Training, Using Big Data to Optimize Your Workouts, Resistance Training in Outer Space, and the Potential Future of Gyms, Fitness Facilities, and High-Intensity Training

Having found himself actively involved in exercise and fitness from an early age, Austin, Texas-based health and wellness entrepreneur Mark Alexander is the Founder and President of Efficient Exercise; a co-founder, investor, and executive board member of the well-regarded Paleo f(x); and he is the CEO of Adaptive Resistance Exercise (ARX), which is pushing the boundaries …

77 – Drew Baye – How To Optimise Strength, Muscle Mass And Health With High Intensity Bodyweight Training

Drew Baye is one of the top high intensity training experts around today. He is the founder and owner of Baye.com, the most popular high intensity training website online. He’s a prolific writer, researcher, and elite level personal trainer. To listen to my previous episodes with Drew Baye, go here: Part 1 and Part 2. In The 4-Hour Body, the …

76 – Training Frequency, High Intensity Training, And Training Protocols Over A Lifetime – Andy Galpin PhD

Dr Andy Galpin (Instagram and Twitter) has a degree in exercise science, a masters in Human Movement Sciences and a PhD in Human Bioenergetics (studying the structure and function of human skeletal muscle at the single cell level), This also resulted in the opening of the Biochemistry and Molecular Exercise Physiology Laboratory (BMEP) at CSU Fullerton. …

72 – Does Damage Control from The 4-Hour Body Really Work? – Tim Allerton PhD

Dr. Tim Allerton (email: timallerton [at] gmail [dot] com or tweet) is a postdoctoral fellow for the National Institute of Health and Pennington Biomedical Research Center conducting research on metabolic resiliency. He was recently named a National Scholar for the American Kinesiology Association and is also an experienced trainer with over 10 years of experience working …

69 – How Effective is High Intensity Training for Fat Loss and Metabolic Flexibility? – Tim Allerton PhD

Dr. Tim Allerton (email: timallerton [at] gmail [dot] com) is a postdoctoral fellow for the National Institute of Health and Pennington Biomedical Research Center conducting research on metabolic resiliency. Tim earned his bachelor degree in Kinesiology from Louisiana State University thereafter he earned his master’s degree in clinical exercise physiology from Northeastern University in Boston, MA. …

52 – Checklists – The Secret To Optimal Productivity in Lifestyle, Career and Business

In this inbetweenisode, I share the power of checklists! Checklists are often overlooked due to their simplicity. However, with today’s information overwhelm, it’s never been a better time to create checklists for all of those repetitive tasks. This removes the need to remember all of the to-dos within a project and increases accuracy and effectiveness. …

35 – How To Build A Large Audience In 6-Months Working Part-Time

“You chase two rabbits, both will get away” -Stuart Ralph (stolen from someone far more wise and philosophical) Stuart blogs on OCD and mental health issues. He is the founder of The OCD Stories, which he created to guide people towards recovery. In 2014, he released his debut book Challenge Yourself, I Dare You. When he …

32 – Simon Shawcross on How to Optimise Productivity Through Nutrition, Mindset and Meditation

“Stick at it.” – Simon’s advice to his 20-year-old self. Simon Shawcross (Simon[@]hituni.com) is the Founder and a Director of HITuni.com, the leading provider of online education in High Intensity Training and certification courses in HIT for personal trainers and those wanting to become personal trainers. As a Master Personal Trainer himself, specialising in High Intensity Training, Simon …

29 – Bill DeSimone: How To Optimise Muscle Stimulation And Create The Perfect Home Workout Routine

It’s the moment you have been waiting for … Bill DeSimone returns to Corporate Warrior, opening up a series of great podcasts for 2016. Bill DeSimone is a personal trainer and presenter known for his joint-friendly, biomechanics-based approach to fitness. He is an ACE-Certified Health Coach and Orthopaedic Exercise Specialist, with his own studio in …

26 – Fred Hahn: How Hard Gainers Can Optimise Muscle Growth, Start A HIT Business and Motivate Children To Exercise

Fred (fhahn [@] seriousstrength.com) has been involved in exercise ever since he became a member of The Charles Atlas Club when he was 10 years old. He began training clients in the early 1980s at several of NYC’s leading health clubs, including the Equinox and New York Health and Racquet Club. Fred is the owner …

268 – Jeff Tomaszewski – Powerful Marketing Strategies

Jeff Tomaszewski (jeff @ maxstrengthfitness.com) is a graduate of Case Western Reserve University with a Bachelors of Arts in Psychology, minor in Sports Medicine, and a master’s degree in Exercise Physiology. He is a NATA certified Athletic Trainer and NCSA certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist.  Jeff formed MaxStrength Fitness in May of 2007 in Westlake, …