Tag «Arthur Jones»

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 …

201 – Patrik Meier – The HIT Giant, Kieser Training

Patrik Meier

In 1967, Kieser Training was pioneering – it was one of the first companies to recognise the health benefits of strength training and consistently encouraged the use of machinery to this end. More than 50 years later, Kieser has remained faithful to its concept and is still ahead of the curve. The machines continue to …

173 – Dr Ben Bocchicchio – The Origins Of SuperSlow, Nautilus Business Success, And Optimising High Intensity Strength Training

Ben Bocchicchio PhD

Dr Ben Bocchicchio 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 centers from the early 1970s. He …

115 – High Intensity Strength Training Fundamentals – Drew Baye

Drew Baye

Drew Baye is one of the top high intensity training experts. He’s also a prolific writer, researcher, an elite level personal trainer and the founder of Baye.com, the most popular high intensity training blog. In this episode, Drew and I go right back to basics. If you are a beginner to high intensity strength training and/or a …

105 – Mark Asanovich on Using High-Intensity Training in the NFL

Mark Asanovich Profile

Mark Asanovich, MA, CSCS, HFI, is one of the American professional football world’s most experienced strength and conditioning coaches employing high-intensity training, spending years with the Minnesota Vikings, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Baltimore Ravens, and the Jacksonville Jaguars, where he has trained numerous NFL athletes, Pro-Bowlers, and Hall-of-Famers such as Derrick Brooks, Cris Carter, …

104 – Jim Flanagan on What He’s Learned About Business and What it Takes To Become Successful While Working Closely With The Legendary Arthur Jones

One of Arthur Jones’ closest colleagues and a legendary figure in the fitness world in his own right, Jim Flanagan is a career physical fitness educator and President of Resistance Solutions Inc. Jim was an instrumental figure for both Nautilus and MedX, and as a well-regarded and knowledgeable expert in high-intensity training, he has consulted …

60 – Anti-Aging Secrets From An Elite Personal Trainer

Andrew and Tierney

Andrew Shortt is an experienced Master Fitness Clinician™ and one of very few to have achieved the status under IART (International Association of Resistance Training) Founder, Brian D. Johnston. Furthermore, he has been a natural fitness athlete with the IDFA over the past 7 years. Academically, Andrew was three-time IART Fitness Clinician™ of the year …

10 Life Hacks for Improved Productivity and Health in 2017

Lawrence Neal

Happy holidays! The following are a bunch of tactics I’ve used this year to be more productive, healthy and happy. It’s been a mixed year for me with some good times and some hard lows. Some of the below I’ve used for several years and never written about. Others I’ve only just added to the mix. Hopefully you …

7 – Vital Exercise owner, Ted Harrison on How he used HIT to Significantly Increase Muscle Mass, HIT Supplementation and Bulletproof Coffee

Ted Harrison, founder of Vital Exercise, is a High Intensity Training Expert and a Master Personal Trainer

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. …