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Founder of #1 HIT Blog: Baye.com, Drew Baye on How to Lose Fat Very Effectively, Avoid Long Term Injury from Sport and the Power of Sleep and Cold Showers

Drew Baye, High Intensity Training Expert

Drew Baye is the founder and owner of Baye.com, the most popular high intensity training website on the web. He’s a prolific writer, researcher, and elite level personal trainer. It’s not essential, but if you want to listen to my first interview with Drew Baye – click here. In The 4-Hour Body, the author, Tim …

Author of Congruent Exercise, Bill DeSimone on Stretching and Restoring Postural Deficits, the Risks of P90x and Insanity and the Benefits of having a Movement Practice

Bill DeSimone in 1996, High Intensity Training Expert and author of HIT Book Congruent Exercise

Bill Desimone is one of the world’s leading experts in applying exercise biomechanics. He’s been a personal trainer for 30+ years and he’s the author of Moment Arm Exercise and Congruent Exercise: How to Make Weight Training Easier on your Joints.  I have wanted to speak with Bill ever since I saw him present on The 21 …

Founder of #1 HIT Blog: Baye.com, Drew Baye on How to Identify Good Science, Achieving Sub 10% Body Fat with No Cardio and Why a Vegan Diet is Ineffective

Drew Baye, High Intensity Training Expert

It was a real honour to have Drew Baye on the Corporate Warrior podcast. Drew Baye is a highly-experienced personal trainer, former fitness model, and long-standing proponent of high intensity training. He owns the number one HIT blog: baye.com, which is one of the most impressive compediums of health, fitness, and nutritional knowledge on the …

How Strength Training Can Eliminate Back Pain

How Strength Training Can Eliminate Back Pain

The absence of appropriate exercise and hours sitting at desks has resulted in a global back pain epidemic. 99% of the time the solution is not drugs or numerous visits to medical professionals, in fact it’s much simpler than that. ENTER CHRIS ALLEN Up to 80% of people have experienced back pain sometime during their …

Ageing Gracefully Through Strength Training

Keep muscle as you age

Enter Chris Allen…… Our strength increases up to 25-30 years of age. After this, if no preventative action is taken, strength declines in both genders due to muscle atrophy (muscle tissue replaced by fibrous and fatty tissue). Body weight will increase but we have less strength to carry that weight around. “If no preventative action …