Ted Harrison has been a personal trainer for over 30 years and is the owner and founder of Vital Exercise, his personal training studio in Essex. Ted uses HIT-influenced, science-based training principles to help his clients achieve their goals. His client’s have been able to obtain astonishing results with less than 30-minutes gym time per week. Don’t believe me? Ted was able to achieve his physique in the pictures below with less than 1 hour in the gym per week. Not bad for 53….
Please note: Sorry for the echo on Ted’s side. I have figured out how to prevent this from happening in future. Basically don’t use “callnote” software because it doesn’t seem to happen on Audacity.
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- Founder of Vital Exercise
- How Ted went from thin to using HIT to put on size
- How Ted started his personal training business
- The difference between HIT and HIIT
- Will HIT become more popular?
- Tips on building a successful personal training business
- How Ted trains his clients
- How HIT significantly increases spontaneous activity levels
- How Ted supplements his client’s HIT session with additional exercise
- How Ted has used HIT and hypertrophy training (less than 1 hour in the gym per week) to achieve his physique
- The importance of high calorie/protein intake to increase lean size
- The pros and cons of Bulletproof Coffee
- Ted’s diet tips – removing bread
- The importance of removing negativity and having a gratefulness routine.
- Why its important to become the person that doesn’t need motivation to exercise.
- Ted’s top 3 health and fitness tips
- Vital Exercise – Ted Harrison’s Personal Training
- HITuni.com (HIT Personal Training Courses)
- James Steele “No such thing as cardio”
- The Bulletproof Diet
- Bulletproof Coffee
- 5 Minute Journal
- Arthur Jones Bulletin #1 and #2
- Dr Ken Liestner – The Steel Tip Collection
- Body By Science by Dr Doug McGuff and John R. Little
- High-Intensity Training the Mike Mentzer Way by Mike Mentzer
- The Godwulf Manuscript (A Spencer Mystery Spencer Serioes – Book 1) by Robert B. Parker
- The Diet Delusion (UK version of Good Calories, Bad Calories: Fats, Carbs, and the Controversial Science of Diet and Health by Gary Taubes)
- Why We Get Fat: And What To Do About It by Gary Taubes
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