Tag «High Intensity Training»

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 …

155 – Simon Melov, PhD – How Exercise Reverses Aging

Simon Melov, PhD

Simon Melov, PhD, heads the Buck Institute’s Genomic Core, which explores the role of the energy-making units inside cells, the mitochondria. Simon’s research focus is in identifying molecular hallmarks of aging to guide the development of anti-aging therapies. Melov received his PhD in Biochemistry from the University of London in the UK. He held positions …

148 – Felipe Damas PhD On The Relationship Between Muscle Damage, Muscle Soreness, and Muscle Hypertrophy

Dr Felipe Damas

Dr Felipe Damas earned his doctorate at the University of São Paulo and McMaster University. Nowadays, he’s a postdoc at the Federal University of São Carlos researching exercise physiology, specifically on muscle adaptations to resistance training, focusing on mechanisms such as muscle damage, muscle protein synthesis, satellite cells, to better understand muscle hypertrophy. Contact Felipe: Facebook …

147 – Richard Wolff – How To Price And Package High Intensity Training

Richard Wolff - MEDFitness

Richard J. Wolff, RD, LDN (@myMEDFITNESS) has dedicated his life to helping people live well. He is an entrepreneur, writer and founder of MEDFITNESS, the company that created On Demand Strength Training ™. Richard earned a degree in nutritional science from the College of Health and Human Sciences at Northern Illinois University. He completed an …

140 – Mike Bradley – How To Strength Train An Athlete

Mike Bradley Training

Mike Bradley (email – mbradley [at] fsu [dot] edu) is the Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Florida State University Basketball Team. Bradley helped the Seminoles win the ACC Championship in 2012, play in a school record four consecutive NCAA Tournaments (2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012) and earn a No. 3 seed in the 2017 NCAA …

138 – Ad Ligtvoet – How To Cultivate The Ultimate Training And Diet Mindset

Ad Ligtvoet

Ad Ligtvoet is a training instructor and MedX therapist for Keiser Training in Aachen, Germany. He also runs his own business, Ad Ligtvoet Training Therapy Nutrition, which focuses on helping people restore metabolic health through an efficient and practical application concerning muscle training and nutrition. The exercise programme takes place at Ad’s private facility and his …

137 – Borge Fagerli on Myo-Reps, High Intensity Training and Biorhythms

Borge Fagerli

Borge Fagerli is a health and performance mentor and coach. Borge is behind the Norwegian training system, Release Your Potential, the nutritional model The BioRhythm Diet, based on recent understandings of circadian rhythms, and Myo-reps – a highly effective and efficient training method. Connect with Borge: Website Facebook Twitter We cover: The How, Why and When of …

131 – Blair Wilson – Can Taking Time Off The Gym Increase Muscle Gain?

Blair Wilson

Blair Wilson is the co-founder of MedX Precision Fitness (@Medxfitness), a fast growing strength training facility in Toronto, Canada. Prior to starting MedX Precision Fitness, Blair was a professional water skier and long time mentee to John Little. Blair has contributed to several influential studies on the mechanisms of fitness and weight loss – two of which have been published in …

129 – Owen Dockham – How To Network To Grow Your Strength Training Business Fast

Owen Dockham

Owen Dockham started Live Oak Strength and Nutrition (and co-founded Everstrong San Francisco) to offer a rational, safe, and effective approach to exercise not found anywhere else in the eastern bay area. Having supervised over 7000 one-on-one personal training sessions, with individuals ranging from ages 13-87, Owen has found that everyone has something positive to gain …

127 – Craig Hubert – How to Start and Grow a Mobile In-Home HIT Business

Craig Hubert

A certified personal trainer since 1997, and a Licensed Kinesitherapist since 2002, Craig started his career in the fitness industry after being mesmerised watching his own ACL surgery. He started seeing clients in small gyms and private studios before embarking on his own to run a successful in-home training business that would eventually offer in-home …

126 – How High-Intensity Training Changed My Life

Lawrence Neal

In this episode, I am interviewed by the host of the Addicted To Fitness Podcast (website), Nick Burch. This was a really fun conversation where I got the opportunity to tell my fitness story, how I stumbled across HIT and how it changed everything! Check out the Elemental Training Tampa blog post for this episode …

118 – Dr Doug McGuff on Workout Volume and Frequency, Neck Training, Exercise Science, Entrepreneurship, Cryptocurrency, and Relationships

Dr Doug McGuff and Wendy McGuff

Dr Doug McGuff (@DougMcGuff / Instagram: ultimate_exercise_) is frequently labeled as one of the world’s top experts on exercise and in particular, high intensity strength training. Doug practices full-time emergency medicine with Blue Ridge Emergency Physicians and owns, Ultimate Exercise, where he and his instructors continue to explore the limits of exercise through their personal training of clients. Doug …

117 – Dr Wayne Westcott on Training Frequency, Workout Routines, Warm-Ups, Recovery Requirements with Ageing, and Progression Over A Lifetime

Dr Wayne Westcott

Dr. Wayne Westcott has written more than 20 books, 400 articles, and 600 newspaper columns on the topic of muscle-building exercise. He has spent thousands of hours in the research lab, presented his findings to tens-of-thousands of seminar attendees, personally educated, tested, and certified many thousands of fitness trainers from around the globe and consulted …

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 …

107 – John Heart on How He Won Mr America At 48-Years-Old

John Heart - high intensity training

John Heart (@MrAHeart and Insta: @mraheart) is a renowned trainer and teacher within the fitness industry. He is also a Natural Pro Bodybuilder who has won the title of Mr. America and Natural Mr. Universe. His primary platforms used for training/teaching include in-gym, YouTube, and all forms of social media including Facebook. John currently trains …

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 …

11 Things I’ve Learnt About High Intensity Training

Lawrence Neal

1. Cadence doesn’t matter After reading Body By Science and starting high intensity strength training for the first time, I made a conscious effort to maintain a specific cadence during all exercises. I started doing 10/10 and then experimented with 5/5 after reading Occam’s Protocol in The 4-Hour Body by Tim Ferriss (seeking quick unachievable …