Tag «High Intensity Training»

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 …

56 – Ryan Hall Part 2 – How to Tailor a HIT Workout and Repetition Cadence, The Importance of the Negative Component of an Exercise and Evidence-Based Fat Loss Tactics

Body By Science by Dr Doug McGuff

Ryan A. Hall, BS, MS, Exercise Physiology, Certified Master Trainer, and major partner in Exercise Science, LLC has over 25 years of experience in the health and fitness industry. Ryan’s Exercise and Genetic Variability Lecture formed the basis of Chapter 8: The Genetic Factor in Body By Science by Dr Doug McGuff and John Little. He also contributed to Chapter …

54 – Body By Science Contributor, Ryan Hall – How To Train Specifically For Your Genetics And How Genetic Traits Determine Exercise Results

Ryan Hall

Ryan A. Hall, BS, MS, Exercise Physiology, Certified Master Trainer, and major partner in Exercise Science, LLC has over 25 years of experience in the health and fitness industry. Ryan’s Exercise and Genetic Variability Lecture formed the basis of Chapter 8: The Genetic Factor in Body By Science by Dr Doug McGuff and John Little. He also contributed to Chapter …

53 – Ted Harrison on How to Train Your Abdominals, How to Build Positive, Life-Changing Habits, The Best Approach To Hypertrophy and Building Muscle Mass, and Training with the Iron Guru Vince Gironda

Ted Harrison Row

Ted Harrison is a UK-based, pioneering high-intensity training guru and the owner of Vital Exercise, a private exercise studio specialising in strength and conditioning. Having spent more than three decades supervising thousands of workouts and having helped people of all ages achieve personal bests in health and fitness, Ted’s evidence-based philosophy and approach to training …

51 – Clarence Bass on Being in Peak Physical Condition at 60, Steroid Use, the Importance of Getting Tested for Nutritional Optimization, and How to Be Healthy and Fit For Life

Clarence Bass

Clarence Bass is a bodybuilding legend and a prolific health and fitness writer. He wrote regularly for Muscle & Fitness magazine and authored 10 books on nutrition and exercise, including the widely-known Ripped series of fitness books and DVDs. A lifelong athlete, Clarence excelled in wrestling and Olympic weightlifting, garnering championships and collecting numerous trophies for …

50 – Blair Wilson on Starting a High-Intensity Training Business in Canada, How HIT Can Help You Recover From and Rehabilitate Injuries, and What it’s Like to Be Mentored by John Little

Blair Wilson

Blair Wilson is the owner of MedX Precision Fitness and is a successful high-intensity training expert and professional, having been mentored by none other than John Little himself. Blair has worked as a professional water skier and has trained many clients from different walks of life, has himself been involved with and contributed to several …

49 – Brad Schoenfeld on Periodization, De-loading, Optimally Targeting Type-1 and Type-2 Muscle Fibers, and Optimizing for Hypertrophy and Muscle Growth

Brad Schoenfeld

Brad Schoenfeld (PhD, CSCS, CSPS, FNSCA) is a renowned fitness professional and an authority on body composition optimization. In addition to winning numerous natural bodybuilding titles himself, he is also the 2011 NSCA Personal Trainer of the Year, the recipient of the 2016 Dwight D. Eisenhower Fitness Award, a regular columnist for Muscular Development magazine, …

48 – High-Intensity Bodyweight Training Routines, How to Improve Your HIT Workouts For Better Results and Efficiency, Detailed Nutrition Plan, and Tracking and Improving Your Biomarkers

Welcome to another inbetweenisode with yours truly. In this episode, I give you a detailed insight into my current personal exercise and nutrition regimen, which has been heavily influenced by my guests and their work. In this episode, I cover: A deep dive into my current workout and nutritional regimen How to employ a highly …

46 – James Fisher and Luke Carlson – The Keys to Running a Successful Business, Optimizing Your Workouts for Strength and Mass Gains, and the Busy Person’s Guide to Working Out

Luke Carlson and James Fisher

James Fisher is one of the world’s top experts in strength, conditioning, and sport psychology. Besides being an accomplished academic researcher, he has also been a fitness professional, strength and conditioning coach, and the GB wheelchair basketball coach at the London 2012 games. He completed his BSc (Hons) Sport Science from University of Chester, his …

45 – Tony Jeffries – World-class Athlete, Undefeated Professional Boxer, Olympian, Entrepreneur, and Trainer to the Stars

Tony Jeffries, Undefeated Professional Boxer

Sunderland, England’s own Tony Jeffries is a “world-class athlete-turned-businessman.” An extremely successful and motivated man, he has been actively training in gyms since the age of 10. He was a professional boxer, going undefeated at the highest levels of his sport. He is an Olympic Bronze Medalist, a seven-time National Champion of England, and much …

43 – Gary Taubes – Award-winning Science and Health Writer on High-Fat, Low Carb Diets and How To Separate Good Science from Bad Science

Gary Taubes, American science and health writer and award-winning journalist

Gary Taubes is an American science writer and the cofounder and senior scientific advisor of the Nutrition Science Initiative (NuSI). He is an award-winning science and health journalist, the author of Why We Get Fat and Good Calories, Bad Calories, and a former staff writer for Discover and correspondent for the journal Science. His writing has also appeared in The New York Times Magazine, …

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 …

Reaching New Customers with On-Demand Strength Training by Richard Wolff

Richard Wolff

Reaching New Customers with On-Demand Strength Training  By Richard J. Wolff, RD, LDN In today’s world few endeavours can improve the quality of life the way strength training can, yet despite a large body of evidence [1] supporting the health benefits of strength training, participation remains low. A recent study [2] published in Preventive Medicine …

37 – Dr Richard Winett: Refining Your Training Protocol Over A Lifetime

Dr. Richard Winett is an Award-winning Researcher, a Professor at Virginia Tech, and a High Intensity Training Expert

Richard A. Winett was one of the first graduates from the clinical science program at the State University of New York at Stony Brook, a program that for the last 45 years has been one of the top world-wide leaders for developing psychologists in research careers. Dr Winett is the Heilig Meyers professor of psychology and former …

33 – Mark Sisson on High Intensity Strength Training, Sprinting, Legumes, and How to Build a Mega Brand

Mark Sisson is a Best-Selling Author, Popular Blogger, and a High-Intensity Training Expert

Health and fitness expert, and former elite endurance athlete, Mark Sisson (@Mark_Sisson) is the bestselling author of The Primal Blueprint and one of the leading voices of the Evolutionary Health Movement. His blog, MarksDailyApple.com (over 1m visits per month), has paved the way for Primal enthusiasts to challenge conventional wisdom’s diet and exercise principles and take …