Tag «high intensity strength training»

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 …

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 …

199 – REC 2019 Roundtable with ARX – The Common Themes In Successful Smart Gyms

Mike Pullano, Lawrence Neal, and Jim Keen

I joined Mike Pullano (ARXFit Product and Fulfilment Manager) and Jim Keen (ARXFit Director of Fun), for a really engaging and entertaining roundtable discussion at the Resistance Exercise Conference 2019. In this episode, we discuss the state of the high intensity training industry, including how the fitness business landscape is changing, common themes in successful …

197 – Bill Crawford – How To Close The Sale

Bill and Debbie Crawford

Bill Crawford (email – iamfitness [@] aol.com) has been a leader and visionary in fitness since 1977, and is the owner of Basic Training (Facebook), a well revered high intensity strength training facility in Scottsdale, Arizona. Bill was trained for musculoskeletal evaluation and rehabilitation at the Exercise Science Center, University of Florida in Gainesville, and was personally …

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 …

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 …

187 – Greg Anderson – A High Intensity Strength Training Icon

Greg Anderson

Greg Anderson was the Co-Founder of Ideal Exercise. Greg was an amazing promoter and instructor of the SuperSlow® protocol and was named one of the greatest trainers in the world by Dr Doug McGuff (co-author of Body By Science) and other slow HIT enthusiasts. His legacy lives on through his wife and Ideal Exercise Co-Founder, …

180 – Kyle Recchia – HIT Business Productivity Strategies and Tactics

Kyle Recchia with wife, Tiffani

Kyle Recchia (kyle.recchia [@] theperfectworkout.com) is the Chief Operating Officer (COO) for The Perfect Workout, the largest high intensity training studio chain in the United States with ~70 locations. In this episode, Kyle and I discuss productivity strategies and tactics, and how The Perfect Workout team use different methodologies to drive business results. We discuss …

178 – Craig Hartley – Muscle Gain Genetics vs Hard Work

Craig Hartley - Potential Gym

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 …

176 – Andy Magness – How To Train For GODZone

Andy Magness

Andy Magness is many things — husband, father, recreational philosopher, novice gardener, reluctant homeowner, occasional adventurer, part-time athlete, race director, youth philanthropist, burgeoning author, and eternal possibilitist (not to mention avid neologist). An avid climber and mountaineer during his younger days, Andy followed his twin brother Jason into the world of extreme endurance sports more than …

175 – Ann-Marie Anderson – The Ideal Exercise Journey, Greg Anderson, And How To Get Incredible Results With Just 3 Workouts Per Month

Ann-Marie Anderson

Ann-Marie Anderson is the owner of Ideal Exercise, a recognized leader in slow high intensity strength training since 1994. Their private, by appointment, training facilities in Seattle and Bellevue, provide an ideal environment for their expert instructors to guide you through a weekly one-on-one workout. The Ideal Exercise training protocol efficiently achieves measurable results while …

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 …

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

Dr Jurgen Giessing

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 …

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

Ted Harrison

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 …

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

Arjan Meijer

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 …

163 – Marcelo Mesquita – How To Build A Fast Growing ARX HIT Business

Marcelo Mesquita

Intense Health Co-Founder, Marcelo Mesquita, first started lifting weights at 14, owned his first gym at 16, and has been a practitioner for the last 2 decades training general population, amateur and professional athletes. Marcelo has supervised more than 40,000 workouts in his career and shows no signs of stopping. Both Marcelo, and his wife …

159 – Wayne Westcott PhD – Is High Intensity Strength Training Enough?

Dr Wayne Westcott

Wayne L. Westcott PhD, is professor of exercise science at Quincy College in Quincy, Massachusetts. Dr. Westcott has been a strength training consultant for numerous organizations, including the U.S. Navy, the U.S. Air Force, the American Council on Exercise, the YMCA of the USA, General Motors, and Nautilus. He has authored 28 books/textbooks, and more …

158 – Dr. Martin Gibala – HIT vs HIIT

Martin Gibala PhD

Martin Gibala, Ph.D. 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 Fit …

157 – Should I Bulk Up?

Lawrence Neal

It’s been a while since I recorded a podcast on my own training and diet journey. In this episode, I talk about my own physical insecurities and new approach to diet to see if I can add more muscle mass whilst minimising fat gain. Since recording this, I was reminded that muscle gain, at my …