Does Damage Control from The 4-Hour Body Really Work? – Tim Allerton PhD

Tim Allerton PhD
Tim Allerton PhD

Dr. Tim Allerton (email: timallerton [at] gmail [dot] com or tweet) is a postdoctoral fellow for the National Institute of Health and Pennington Biomedical Research Center conducting research on metabolic resiliency. He was recently named a National Scholar for the American Kinesiology Association and is also an experienced trainer with over 10 years of experience working with clients and corporations. Tim is the founder of HIT Lab, inc – a metabolic testing and consulting service.

This is Tim’s second appearance on Corporate Warrior. In Part 1 we discussed the effectiveness of HIT and HIIT for fat loss and metabolic flexibility. To listen to Part 1 – click here.

In this episode (Part 2) we discuss:

  • More on Damage Control from The 4-Hour Body and how it works
  • Tim’s dislikes of the typical HIT paradigm
  • How Tim started HIT LAB and expanded his business
  • And much more.

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QUESTION(S) OF THE DAY: What damage control tactics do you use? Please let me know in the comments.

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  • Lawrence, it seems the link to HIT Lab, inc no longer functions. In fact, I’m not even sure from Googling it that Tim even has an official website for HIT Lab any more. Can you confirm this? If he does have a website, can you please put the corrected link here or send it to me?

    • Hi Rich. I just tested the link above and it works fine. Tim doesn’t have a website for HIT LAB, just a Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/HIT-LAB-Inc-698466986888162/

      • So then, how do you know what services they provide? It doesn’t list them. On our site, in which we specialize in HIT and Weight Loss, we also offer Metabolic Testing here: http://www.genesispersonalfitness.com/public/Testing-Services.cfm

        I was hoping to learn more about how he runs his testing services and fees.

        • To find out more about Tim’s business and fees, drop him an email. His email address is at the top of the blog post.

          • Lawrence, I already spoke to him by phone. Seems we have much in common regarding business philosophy and HIT methodology. We might even do a few collaborative projects together!

          • That is great news! Glad I could help to connect you guys 😀