Category «Health & Fitness»

234 – Celeste Fortier – How to Convert 100% of your Introductory Workouts

Celeste Fortier

Celeste Fortier (celestialbodies10 @ gmail.com) is a HIT trainer and a certified Superslow™ instructor for 20 years. Celeste was a pet food business owner until she discovered the potential of HIT in Baton Rouge. She currently trains clients at Centurion Fitness which specializes in HIT, specifically, the 30 minute, once per week highly efficient and …

231 – Richard Chartrand – How to Start a HIT Business from Home

Richard Chartrand

Richard Chartrand (Richard @ sustainablesuccess.ca) is a HIT trainer and the owner of Sustainable Success, a one on one strength training studio in North Grenville, Canada. His studio is designed to provide clients with an ideal training environment with the right privacy using exercise equipment like Nautilus, Dynavec and Powertec. Richard has been practicing strength …

229 – How to Grow a HIT Business in a Big Box Gym

Nigel Lyon and Simon Costello

Nigel Lyons (info @ specialisedpersonaltraining.com) is a HIT personal trainer and founder of Specialised Personal Training in Dublin, Ireland. Health and fitness has always been Nigel’s passion. He has been in the industry for over 4 years educating and motivating people from around the world to make positive changes to their lifestyle. Nigel is also …

228 – Patty Durell – How to Improve and Prevent Common Shoulder Injuries

Patty Durell

Patty Durell, along with her husband, Dave Durell, own and operate Rock Solid Fitness, a one-on-one personal training studio in Dunedin, Florida. Their unique high-intensity training philosophy has helped thousands of clients increase strength, lose fat, improve conditioning and rehabilitate injuries.  Patty has been helping people achieve their fitness goals for over 25 years. She is …

226 – Dr. Bryce Lee – Are Muscle Activation Techniques a Waste of Time?

Dr. Bryce Lee

Dr. Bryce Lee (bryce @ strength-space.com) is a former Surface Warfare Naval Officer turned Director of Therapy and Co-founder of StrengthSpace, a provider of resistance-based exercise and physical therapy services located in Chesapeake, Virginia. He is a former CrossFit and Kettlebell addict and following a string of acute and overuse training injuries, became a Body By Science devotee, …

224 – David Landau – How to Optimize HIT Training and Recovery

David Landau

David Landau (Exarchives[@]aol.com) is the owner of Advanced Exercise located in Miami, Florida which offers high tech training in all phases of HIT/Nautilus Protocol. He is a highly respected HIT trainer with over 40 years of experience and rubs shoulders with many of the world’s greatest exercise thinkers, body builders and old-time strong men. Over …

223 – Bill DeSimone – How To Make Your Weight Training Joint-Friendly

Bill DeSimone (photo from HITuni.com)

Bill DeSimone (Congruent Exercise) is a personal trainer known for his sensible, biomechanics-based approach to strength training and is the go-to biomechanics expert for some of the best high-intensity trainers in the world like Dr. Doug McGuff and Skyler Tanner.  Starting as a trainer in 1983 in New York City, in 2006 he opened his own studio, Optimal …

222 – Pamela Gold – How to Build a Biohacking Fitness Studio

Pamela Gold

Pamela Gold (LinkedIn) is the founder of HACKD Fitness, New York City’s first biohacking fitness studio, sharing the latest fitness and recovery tech and holistic coaching. She grew up on her family’s apple farm in upstate New York, graduated from Yale University as a Microbiology and Biochem major, and then entered the business world in …

221 – John Little – The Time Saver’s Workout Part 2

John Little

John Little (Linkedin) is considered “one of the top fitness researchers in North America” (Ironman magazine). An accomplished author in the field of exercise (Max Contraction Training, Body By Science, The Art of Expressing the Human Body), philosophy, history and martial arts, John’s articles have been published in every major fitness and martial arts magazine in North America. …

217 – Logan Herlihy – How to Look Good Naked

Logan Herlihy

Logan Emmet Herlihy (logan @ how2lookgoodnaked.com) is a personal trainer at Discover Strength. Logan is a graduate of BS Broadcast Journalism with a minor in Exercise Science at the University of Central Florida. He is a blogger, online coach, and the author of How 2 Look Good Naked: The Least Amount Of Effort, To Look The …

216 – My Online HIT Coaching Session with Gary Knight

Gary Knight

Gary Knight (Intensegainsgary[@]gmail.com) is a high-intensity trainer and online HIT coach. He’s worked with hundreds of people from different backgrounds, including high powered executives and CEOs. Gary has been able to deliver excellent results as both a personal trainer and online coach, helping clients to optimise their body composition with proven strategies for exercise and nutrition. …

214 – John Little – The Time Saver’s Workout Part 1

John Little

John Little (Linkedin) is considered “one of the top fitness researchers in North America” (Ironman magazine). An accomplished author in the field of exercise (Max Contraction Training, Body By Science, The Art of Expressing the Human Body), philosophy, history and martial arts, John’s articles have been published in every major fitness and martial arts magazine …

212 – Jim Keen – The Complete ARX Exercise Selection

Jim Keen

Jim Keen (email – Jim [at] arxfit.com) is the Director of Fun at ARX (Facebook, Instagram). He’s been SuperSlow certified since 2013, and transitioned from a career as a trumpet player in pit orchestras for Broadway tours to a career training people in accordance with High Intensity Training principles. As an “outsider” to the field, and having trained people …

208 – Dave Smith PhD – Acknowledging Arthur Jones, Body Dysmorphia, and Adherence to Resistance Training

Dave Smith PhD

Dave Smith PhD (email – d.d.smith[@]mmu.ac.uk) / Linkedin) is a Health Care and Professions Council-Registered Sport and Chartered Exercise Psychologist. He is currently Senior Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Psychology at Manchester Metropolitan University and Associate Editor of The Sport Psychologist, which is one of the most prominent peer-reviewed sport psychology journals. His research interests …

206 – James Fisher PhD – Evidence Based Recommendations for Hypertrophy Part 2

Dr James Fisher Basic Training

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. Contact James via email to james.fisher [@] solent.ac.uk In this follow up episode …

205 – Rahul Bernath – Is the CAR.O.L Bike a Good Fit for your HIT Business?

Rahul Bernath

Rahul Bernath is the Sales and Marketing Director for CAR.O.L. Before joining CAR.O.L, Rahul graduated from the University College London with a First Class Degree and worked with some of the UK’s most valuable consumer brands in marketing and sales. CAR.O.L was founded by Rahul’s parents; both serial entrepreneurs from Silicon Valley. Since joining CAR.O.L, …

202 – Thom Tombs and Craig Hubert – The Resistance Exercise Conference 2019

Thom Tombs and Craig Hubert

In March 2019, Thom Tombs, Craig Hubert, myself, and many others attended the Resistance Exercise Conference (REC). REC provides a great opportunity to meet like-minded professionals in the strength training industry, learn about the latest exercise science, and take your personal training business to the next level. Following another unforgettable REC experience, Thom, Craig, and …

190 – Martin Gibala PhD – HIT vs HIIT Part 2

Martin Gibala PhD

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 …

189 – Safe Strength Training for Enhanced Cognitive Health and Anti-Aging

Lawrence Neal

Back in October 2018, I was featured on eCareDiary.com and Blog Talk Radio to talk about the benefits of resistance training for seniors. Check out my strength training Q&A on eCare Diary here This is a very short podcast episode, I cover: How resistance training improves cognitive health How resistance training provides anti-aging benefits How …

Podcast Transcript: Greg Anderson – A High Intensity Strength Training Icon

Please enjoy this transcript of Dave Durell’s podcast with Greg Anderson, Co-Founder of Ideal Exercise. It was transcribed and therefore might contain a few typos. When interviews last 2+ hours, it’s difficult to catch some minor errors. Enjoy! Listen to it on Apple Podcasts Stream by clicking here Download as an MP3 by right-clicking here and choosing “save as” Grow …