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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 …

Skyler Tanner on The Problems with High Intensity Training, the Most Effective Protocol to Stimulate Strength and Hypertrophy and Macronutrients vs Counting Calories

Skyler Tanner, Exercise Physiologist, High Intensity Training Expert

After hearing Skyler Tanner mentioned on multiple occasions by some of the world’s top experts on exercise, I knew I had to find out more about him. After checking out his blog and watching a few of his seminars on YouTube, he blew my mind. This interview was no different. Skyler Tanner holds a Masters …

James Fisher on Single Sets vs Multiple Sets, Tim Ferriss’s Geek to Freak Experiment and Maximising Sport Performance

James Fisher, is a Master Personal Trainer, Sport Psychology Guru, and High Intensity Training Expert

James Fisher has a degree in Sports Science and a Masters in Exercise Physiology. He’s worked with the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA), GB Goalball players, GB Wheelchair basketball players, international track and field athletes, and professional footballers. James is considered one of the world’s top experts in strength and conditioning, and sport psychology. In the last …

James Steele PhD: No Such Thing As Cardio, Occam’s Protocol and How Different Activities Trigger Hypertrophy

James Steele II, Ph.D, Professor, Lecturer, and High Intensity Training Expert

James Steele, PhD is a lecturer in Applied Sport Science at Southampton Solent University and is one of the leading experts in exercise physiology, biomechanics, and resistance training. Still only in his mid-twenties, James is no less than brilliant, and has already published a number of game-changing research papers on exercise. We covered a broad range of …