Tag «SuperSlow»

234 – Celeste Fortier – How to Convert 100% of your Introductory Workouts

Celeste Fortier

Celeste Fortier (celestialbodies10 @ gmail.com) is a HIT trainer and a certified Superslow™ instructor for 20 years. Celeste was a pet food business owner until she discovered the potential of HIT in Baton Rouge. She currently trains clients at Centurion Fitness which specializes in HIT, specifically, the 30 minute, once per week highly efficient and …

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 …

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 …

153 – Brandon Jonker – Does Repetition Duration Matter?

Brandon Jonker (Brandon [@] Jonkercc [dot] com), former Director of Operations at Discover Strength, is an experienced fitness industry executive and the founder of Jonker Coaching and Consulting. Brandon helps business leaders achieve the most out of their organizations by helping create organizational clarity through systematization and teaching tools on organizational strategy and people management. Brandon has …

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 …