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Simon Shawcross and the Story of HITuni – How He Started a HIT Business From Scratch and Effectively Marketed and Scaled His Way to Success (and What You Can Learn From It All)

Simon Shawcross, founder of HITuni and High Intensity Training expert

Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome to the 100th episode of the Corporate Warrior podcast! For this milestone, I’m joined by master personal trainer, author of The ONE Diet ( Amazon US / Amazon UK ), and of course, founder of HITuni, Simon Shawcross. In this episode, we talk about the story of how HITuni came to …

Skyler Tanner on The Most Effective Ways To Market Your HIT Business, Get New Clients, and Keep Them Coming Back Again and Again

Skyler Tanner, Exercise Physiologist, High Intensity Training Expert

Skyler Tanner is the most featured guest to-date on Corporate Warrior, and for quite a number of good reasons: in addition to being a well-regarded exercise physiologist, an analytics professional, a world-class personal trainer, having given lectures and presentations in a variety of conferences and media platforms, and having been featured in mainstream outlets such …

Dr. Ted Naiman Part 2 – How to Get Shredded With Intermittent Fasting, The Potential Benefits of Higher-Frequency HIT Workouts, and The Case for Not Eating Vegetables

Ted Naiman Bulked Up and Shredded

Dr. Ted Naiman is a board-certified Family Medicine physician who has used his extensive knowledge and understanding of diet, nutrition, and exercise to treat patients, helping them lose weight, greatly improve their health, and drastically improve – in some cases reverse – metabolic and autoimmune diseases. Having been a vegetarian and a steady-state runner, Ted’s …

Bodyweight High Intensity Training – Project: Kratos Workout Part 1

Lawrence Neal

Since moving to Ireland and leaving my beloved MedX machines behind (Kieser London and Physical Culture), I decided to embrace a minimalist routine. Drew Baye’s Project Kratos was the obvious choice and came highly recommended (Steve Maxwell and Skyler Tanner are big fans). Not only did this make sense because there are no “good” training machines …