Corporate Warrior: High Intensity Training

Corporate Warrior: High Intensity Training

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#122: Dr James Fisher - How To Reunite The HIT Community, Workout Routines and Sun-Bedding
Feb 15 • 59 min
Dr James Fisher returns to the Corporate Warrior podcast to discuss how to reunite high-intensity training (HIT) and the strength training community in general, his current workout routine, volume and frequency and his latest life hacks.
#121: Drew Baye on Strength Training Exercise Science and HIT vs “High-Volume”
Feb 14 • 13 min
Drew Baye returns to the Corporate Warrior podcast to share his thoughts on the problems with a lot of the current scientific literature in exercise and in particular strength training. Drew explains how there is little to no difference between…
#120: Dr Stuart Phillips on Muscle Gain for Hard Gainers, the Zero-Carb Diet and Protein Quality
Feb 12 • 62 min
Dr Stuart Phillips returns to the Corporate Warrior podcast to talk about muscle gain for hard gainers, high-intensity training, periodization, implementing science into real life, optimal time-under-tension, the zero-carb diet, protein quality and much…
#119: Dr. James Fisher and Dr. James Steele: Workout Nihilism vs Workout Optimisation
Feb 8 • 56 min
Dr. James Fisher and Dr James Steele join me on Corporate Warrior for an in-person round table discussion about evidence-based resistance exercise. We discuss the role of effort in resistance training, workout nihilism vs workout optimisation, how to…
#118: Dr Doug McGuff on Workout Volume and Frequency, Neck Training, Exercise Science, Entrepreneurship, Cryptocurrency, and Relationships
Feb 5 • 131 min
Dr Doug McGuff returns to Corporate Warrior to discuss high-intensity training workout frequency, the difference between high intensity bodyweight training and machine-based training, increasing muscle gains, entrepreneurship, cryptocurrency, fat loss,…
#117: Dr Wayne Westcott on Training Frequency, Workout Routines, Warm-Ups, Recovery Requirements with Ageing, and Progression Over A Lifetime
Feb 1 • 61 min
Muscle-building scientist, Dr Wayne Westcott, discusses high intensity strength training, HIT, training frequency, workout routines, warm-up requirements, recovery requirements with ageing, training routines over a life time and how to stimulate optimal…
#116: How To Build An Affiliate Empire, Find Your Million-Dollar Idea, and Do What You Love - Deepak Tailor
Jan 30 • 53 min
Founder of Latestfreestuff.com and Latestdeals.co.uk and BBC Dragon’s Den feature, Deepak Tailor, talks about how he built an affiliate business empire, how to find a million-dollar idea, what it takes to create a business doing what you love and much…
#115: High Intensity Strength Training Fundamentals - Drew Baye
Jan 25 • 89 min
In this episode, Drew Baye talks about the fundamentals of high intensity strength training / HIT including the definition of high intensity strength training, how to program workouts and how to manage workout volume and frequency to sustain progress over…
#114: Mark Strough on 72-Hour Weekly Fasts, The Ketogenic Diet and Optimising Self-Defence
Jan 22 • 67 min
High-Intensity Trainer, Mark Strough describes how he has optimised his own body composition through a weekly HIT workout, 72-hour fast and ketogenic diet.
#113: The Perfect Workout for CEOs
Jan 18 • 64 min
CEO body transformation coach, Gary Knight, talks about the perfect workout for CEOs and how busy executives can get incredible results with a more efficient, effective and sustainable exercise and diet plan that resonates with their high-octane…
#112: Kevin Kruse - The Truth About Time Management
Jan 12 • 55 min
Kevin Kruse describes how you can optimise your productivity and time management with an focus on your most important task and getting things done.
#111: Gary Knight on the Pointlessness of Periodisation, Objective Ways to Maximise Gains and Extreme Fat Loss on 50-days of McDonalds
Jan 8 • 118 min
High Intensity Trainer, Gary Knight, describes how to optimise muscle gain using objective measures and how to burn body fat eating nothing but McDonalds.
#110: Dr Shawn Baker on the Carnivore Diet, Confirmation Bias, and The Joe Rogan Experience
Jan 4 • 85 min
Dr Shawn Baker returns to the podcast to discuss the carnivore diet, the importance of carbohydrates, The Joe Rogan Experience and environmental sustainability.
#109: James Krieger on What Science Actually Says Are The Most Effective Ways to Lose Weight And Bodyfat – And How to Keep it Off
Jan 1 • 72 min
Weightology’s James Krieger talks about the science of losing weight effectively, how to keep it off, and a compelling argument for doing multiple sets.
#108: Jens Jakob Andersen on How To Optimize Your Running Form, Performance and Minimize Injury
Dec 28, 2017 • 71 min
RunRepeat’s Jens Jakob Andersen talks about how to pick the best running shoes, how to improve your running form, gait, and performance, and minimize injury.
#107: John Heart on How He Won Mr America At 48-Years-Old
Dec 26, 2017 • 86 min
2013 Mr America winner, John Heart, talks about how he won Mr America using Mike Mentzer’s Heavy Duty high intensity training workout routines.
#106: What It’s Like To Be An Independent Podcaster
Dec 21, 2017 • 32 min
In this episode, I get interviewed on the show “Life As…” on 101.3 Flirt FM about what it’s like running my own business as an independent podcaster!
#105: Mark Asanovich on Using High-Intensity Training in the NFL
Dec 18, 2017 • 92 min
Mark Asanovich talks about training high-level athletes in the NFL using high-intensity training, the importance of neck training, and how to do it properly.
#104: Jim Flanagan on What He’s Learned About Business and What it Takes To Become Successful While Working Closely With The Legendary Arthur Jones
Dec 14, 2017 • 68 min
Jim Flanagan tells the story of Arthur Jones, Nautilus, MedX, and the lessons on business and success that he learned as a key part of taking HIT mainstream.
#103: Luke Carlson on How to Run and Scale Your Fitness Business in the Smartest and Most Effective Ways Possible
Dec 11, 2017 • 85 min
Luke Carlson talks about how to successfully operate and grow a high-intensity training business from time management to training people & being a good leader.
#102: Tim Ferriss VS Gary Vaynerchuk – How To Get the Most Out of Social Media, Business, and Life With Hustle and Focus
Dec 7, 2017 • 30 min
What’s the best way to use social media in business? Let’s look at how Tim Ferriss and Gary Vaynerchuk use social media networks as effective marketing tools.
#101: Dr. Brad Schoenfeld On Time-Under-Tension Vs Reps, Genetic Limits And Optimising Muscle Gain
Dec 4, 2017 • 86 min
Dr. Brad Schoenfeld talks about how you can optimise your muscle mass gains and results in resistance strength training based on the latest research.
#100: 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)
Nov 30, 2017 • 109 min
Learn how to start, market, and scale your very own high-intensity training business from beginning to end, from one of the most successful in the HIT world!
#99: Skyler Tanner on The Most Effective Ways To Market Your HIT Business, Get New Clients, and Keep Them Coming Back Again and Again
Nov 27, 2017 • 109 min
Skyler Tanner talks about the most effective ways to market your high-intensity training business, get new clients and referrals, and keep them coming back!
#98: Doug Holland on Powerlifting as a Hardgainer, Running a Lean High-Intensity Training Business, and Living a Spartan Lifestyle in the Modern Age
Nov 21, 2017 • 98 min
Doug Holland talks about how he became a champion powerlifter using high-intensity training despite being a hardgainer and how he runs a lean HIT business.
#97: How to Use Batching to Boost Your Productivity and Reduce Stress in Business and in Life
Nov 19, 2017 • 24 min
Lawrence Neal talks about how to use batching in business and life to save time, boost productivity, reduce stress, and get things done.
#96: Richard Nikoley Tells You Who To Listen To in the Low-Carb and Keto World
Nov 16, 2017 • 124 min
Richard Nikoley tells you who you should and shouldn’t listen to when it comes to the ever-growing (and overlapping) worlds of low-carb, keto, and paleo diets.
#95: Dr. David Behm on How to Use Stretching Effectively To Improve Your Training Results, Reduce the Risk of Injury, and Optimize Sport Performance
Nov 13, 2017 • 86 min
Dr. David Behm talks about how to stretch before exercising to improve your workouts, reduce the risk of injury, and improve your athletic and sport performance
#94: Laval St. Germain on How to Set Yourself Up for Success and What It Takes To Go Beyond Your Limits
Nov 9, 2017 • 134 min
World record-holder and extreme adventurer Laval St. Germain talks about how to set yourself up for ultimate success and how to push beyond your limits.
#93: Pete Sisco: How To Start and Grow a Successful Online HIT Business Now
Nov 5, 2017 • 104 min
Pete Sisco talks about everything you need to know to safely start and grow your very own online business, gain personal freedom, and grow your wealth now.
#92: Steve Maxwell on The Importance of Movement and Mobility Training in Staying Fit As You Age
Nov 2, 2017 • 154 min
Steve Maxwell talks about how to improve your eyesight, how to manage stress and when to train, and how to really know if your diet is working for you.
#91: Dr. Teresa Liu-Ambrose on The Cognitive Health Benefits of High Intensity Training
Oct 27, 2017 • 53 min
Dr. Teresa Liu-Ambrose talks about how exercise can help you age well, improve overall brain health, and the benefits of resistance training for older adults.
#90: Dr. Stuart Phillips on Using Strength Training to Deal With Sarcopenia, Optimal Daily Protein Intake, and Making Sense of The Many Different Resistance Training Protocols
Oct 23, 2017 • 56 min
Dr. Stuart Philips talks about how strength training can help with Sarcopenia, optimal protein intake, and the many different resistance training protocols.
#89: Melinda Hughes on How To Market HIT to People Who Don’t Like Strength Training
Oct 23, 2017 • 96 min
Melinda Hughes talks about how to stand out from other HIT businesses, how she trains and pushes people to their limits, and how she markets HIT effectively.
#88: Mark Alexander on How to Train and Retain Talent, Develop Your Company Culture, and Outlast Your Competition
Oct 19, 2017 • 106 min
Mark Alexander talks about how to build your own high intensity training business, how to manage talent, and how you can stand out and beat the competition.
#87: Mark Alexander on Eccentric Overload Training, Using Big Data to Optimize Your Workouts, Resistance Training in Outer Space, and the Potential Future of Gyms, Fitness Facilities, and High-Intensity Training
Oct 16, 2017 • 98 min
Mark Alexander talks about ARX, the benefits of negative accentuated training, using big data to constantly optimize your workouts, and working with NASA.
#86: 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
Oct 10, 2017 • 110 min
Dr Ted Naiman talks about higher-frequency HIT workouts, getting shredded with intermittent fasting, the importance of protein, and why vegetables are optional.
#85: Pete Sisco on the Critical Strength Training Factors Many Trainers Don’t Care Enough About And How to Build A Successful Online Business
Oct 9, 2017 • 65 min
Pete Sisco talks about the most important keys to strength and muscle gains and how to build a successful online business that lets you travel the world.
#84: How To Blog, Build An Affiliate Site and 10x Productivity
Oct 3, 2017 • 107 min
David Kadavy talks about how to start blogging, how make it great, how to make money from your writing, and how to boost your creativity and productivity.
#83: How To Start A Podcast, Land High-Profile Guests, and How to Make High Intensity Training Great
Oct 2, 2017 • 51 min
How can you start a podcast, get high-profile guests, and grow your podcasting career? Can HIT gain mainstream popularity? NorCal Strength interviews Lawrence.
#82: Drew Baye, Ryan Hall and Skyler Tanner – Round Table Part 2
Sep 30, 2017 • 102 min
Part 2 of the round table discussion with Drew Baye, Ryan hall, and Skyler Tanner on HIT, HIIT, Super Slow, optimizing muscle gain & hypertrophy, and fat loss.
#81: Drew Baye, Ryan Hall and Skyler Tanner - Round Table Part 1
Sep 27, 2017 • 84 min
Part 1 round table discussion on HIT, workout frequency and Arthur Jones with world class trainers Drew Baye, Ryan Hall and Skyler Tanner.
#80: One Meal A Day, Workout Freestyling VS Tracking, And How To Improve Grip Strength - Jay Vincent
Sep 22, 2017 • 89 min
High intensity training advocate, Jay Vincent describes his current HIT workout and diet regimen, how to improve grip strength and eating one meal a day.
#79: How To 10x Your Sales Productivity And Finally Build That HIT Business
Sep 12, 2017 • 73 min
Learn how to boost your sales productivity up to 10x with smart, effective work, and do more of the things that really matter and less of the things that don’t.
#78 - How To Use High Intensity Training To Prepare For A Bodybuilding Competition - Mike Lipowski
Sep 9, 2017 • 69 min
Mike Lipowski talks about how to prepare for bodybuilding competitions, how to determine your muscle fibre type, and how to design your workouts accordingly.
#77: Drew Baye - How To optimise Strength, Muscle Mass And Health With High Intensity Bodyweight Training
Sep 4, 2017 • 96 min
Drew Baye explains how to optimise strength, muscle mass and overall health using high intensity bodyweight training.
#76: Training Frequency, High Intensity Training, And Training Protocols Over A Lifetime - Andy Galpin PhD
Aug 31, 2017 • 71 min
Andy Galpin PhD and Lawrence Neal discuss optimal training frequency, high intensity training, and switching training protocols over a lifetime.
#75: Does exercise really help with fat loss? - Christopher Scott PhD
Aug 29, 2017 • 61 min
Christopher Scott PhD and Lawrence Neal discuss the truth about exercise, fat loss and the real amount of energy exercise activities actually burn.
#74: Heart Attack Victim to Body Builder - Richard Chartrand
Aug 25, 2017 • 69 min
Richard Chartrand describes how he went from having a heart attack and cardiac surgery to building a great physique and entering a body building competition.
#73: Noah Kagan - How To Get 313,498 Podcast Downloads In Your First 4 Months
Aug 22, 2017 • 36 min
Learn how Noah Kagan, Chief Sumo at Sumo.com and Appsumo.com optimises his podcast and businesses in terms of creative, marketing, attracting great guests, and time management.
#72: Does Damage Control from The 4-Hour Body Really Work? - Tim Allerton PhD
Aug 17, 2017 • 81 min
Tim Allerton PhD explores metabolic flexibility, if damage control from The 4-Hour Body really works, and how he founded and expanded his business, HIT LAB Inc
#71: How to build a $12k per month HIT business in 5 months - Jay Vincent
Aug 14, 2017 • 102 min
In this episode, Jay Vincent teaches you how to build a 12k per month HIT (high intensity training) business in just 5 months. He shows you how much capital is required, how to generate new business, how to optimise facility location, and much more.
#70: Brian Johnston And His Freestyle Exercise System For Optimising Muscular Development
Aug 11, 2017 • 127 min
Brian Johnston describes how his freestyle training system is designed for optimising muscular development. In this episode we discuss the influence of high intensity training, his relationship with Mike Mentzer and his thoughts on traditional HIT methods.
#69: How Effective is High Intensity Training for Fat Loss and Metabolic Flexibility? - Tim Allerton PhD
Aug 7, 2017 • 73 min
Tim Allerton PhD explores metabolic flexibility, the effectiveness of high intensity training and high intensity interval training for fat loss, and how to use damage control to mitigate the negative affects of bad eating.
#68: The Posture Guru of Silicon Valley - Esther Gokhale
Jul 31, 2017 • 55 min
Esther Gokhale, known as the posture guru of Silicon Valley, provides her view on the best ways to improve walking habits, posture, sleep and reduce back and neck pain.
#67: How To Become The Best Version of You
Jul 25, 2017 • 142 min
Corporate Warrior founder, Lawrence Neal answers your questions, shows you how to become the best version of you, and explains the most important lessons he has taken from the podcast and how he has implemented these into his own life. Lawrence tells his…
#66: How To Look Amazing At 53-Years-Old By Working Out Just Once Every 7 to 10 Days - Wendy McGuff
Jul 17, 2017 • 78 min
Wendy McGuff trained at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio to become a registered dental hygienist. She worked in the field of dental hygiene full and part-time. After moving to Seneca, South Carolina, Wendy attended Clemson…
#65: How To Find Your Purpose - John Little
Jul 10, 2017 • 105 min
John Little (Linkedin) is considered “one of the top fitness researchers in North America” (Ironman magazine). An accomplished author in the field of exercise (Max Contraction Training, Body By Science, The Art of Expressing the Human Body),…
#64: How To Build A Successful Company With Zero Budget - Tom Church
Jul 4, 2017 • 142 min
Tom Church (@tomchurch) kindly joins me for a round 2! Listen to Part 1 here. Tom is one of the most interesting people and polymaths I know. Check out some of the notches on Tom’s belt so far: Co-founder, Latest Deals (63,000 registered and active…
#63: Part 2 - How A 50-Year-Old Is Using A Zero-Carb Diet To Break Two World Records On The Same Day
Jun 30, 2017 • 124 min
Shawn Baker MD (@SBakerMD and Insta:shawnbaker1967) is a board certified orthopedic surgeon, multi-sport world record holding Masters 50+ Athlete, and Zero-Carber (he basically just eats red meat). After much demand from his following and you…
#62: Invaluable Productivity Hacks From A Techno Monk
Jun 26, 2017 • 65 min
Author ‘The Biohacker’ Guide To Upgraded Energy And Focus’, CNS, NCSF-CPT, Specialist in Energy Production and Mitochondrial Optimization. Anthony DiClementi (@TheHealthBP) is a health expert, author, and international speaker specializing in…
#61: The Real Truth About Maximizing Muscle Gain
Jun 21, 2017 • 102 min
Dr James Steele (@JamesSteeleii) is an Associate Professor in Sport and Exercise Science at Southampton Solent University (United Kingdom). James teaches across both exercise physiology, biomechanics, and research methods, is an active researcher and…
#60: Anti-Aging Secrets From An Elite Personal Trainer
Jun 18, 2017 • 79 min
Andrew Shortt is an experienced Master Fitness Clinician™ and one of very few to have achieved the status under IART (International Association of Resistance Training) Founder, Brian D. Johnston. Furthermore, he has been a natural fitness athlete…
#59: Part 1: How A 50-Year-Old Is Using A Zero-Carb Diet To Break Two World Records On The Same Day
Jun 14, 2017 • 61 min
Shawn Baker MD (@SBakerMD) is a board certified orthopedic surgeon, multi-sport world record holding Masters 50+ Athlete. And he does it all on a Zero-Carb Diet… Shawn’s background is fascinating. He played Semi-Professional Rugby in New Zealand,…
#58: How To Start And Grow Your Podcast To Over 30,000 Downloads Per Month
May 31, 2017 • 46 min
Every now and again, I get asked “how do you get guests?”, “how do you find the time to do a podcast alongside a job?”, “how do you monetise it”, etc. Podcasting is becoming more and more popular. Lots of brands, public figures and companies are…
#57: Dr Ted Naiman: The Most Effective Diet for Fat Loss, Daily Workouts to Failure and The Problems with Supplements
May 25, 2017 • 116 min
Ted Naiman (@tednaiman) is the founder of BurnFatNotSugar.com, Ted is a board-certified Family Medicine physician who has devoted much of his time to the study of diet and exercise and their relationship to health. He has used his diet and…
#56: Ryan Hall Part 2 - How to Tailor a HIT Workout and Repetition Cadence, The Importance of the Negative Component of an Exercise and Evidence-Based Fat Loss Tactics
May 17, 2017 • 123 min
Ryan A. Hall, BS, MS, Exercise Physiology, Certified Master Trainer, and major partner in Exercise Science, LLC has over 25 years of experience in the health and fitness industry. Ryan’s Exercise and Genetic Variability Lecture formed the…
#55: Jeremy Loenneke on Blood Flow Restriction Training, Periodization, General Adaptation Syndrome and HIT
May 14, 2017 • 80 min
Dr. Jeremy Loenneke is an Assistant Professor of Exercise Science at The University of Mississippi within the School of Applied Sciences. He obtained his PhD in Exercise Physiology from the University of Oklahoma under the mentorship of Dr. Michael…
#54: Body By Science Contributor, Ryan Hall - How To Train Specifically For Your Genetics And How Genetic Traits Determine Exercise Results
May 6, 2017 • 92 min
Ryan A. Hall, BS, MS, Exercise Physiology, Certified Master Trainer, and major partner in Exercise Science, LLC has over 25 years of experience in the health and fitness industry. Ryan’s Exercise and Genetic Variability Lecture formed the…
#53: Ted Harrison on How to Train Your Abdominals, How to Build Positive, Life-Changing Habits, The Best Approach To Hypertrophy and Building Muscle Mass, and Training with the Iron Guru Vince Gironda
Apr 18, 2017 • 101 min
Ted Harrison is a UK-based, pioneering high-intensity training guru and the owner of Vital Exercise, a private exercise studio specialising in strength and conditioning. Having spent more than three decades supervising thousands of workouts and having…
#52: Checklists - The Secret To Optimal Productivity in Lifestyle, Career and Business
Apr 12, 2017 • 16 min
In this inbetweenisode, I share the power of checklists! Checklists are often overlooked due to their simplicity. However, with today’s information overwhelm, it’s never been a better time to create checklists for all of those repetitive tasks. This…
#51: Clarence Bass on Being in Peak Physical Condition at 60, Steroid Use, the Importance of Getting Tested for Nutritional Optimization, and How to Be Healthy and Fit For Life
Mar 30, 2017 • 95 min
Clarence Bass is a bodybuilding legend and a prolific health and fitness writer. He wrote regularly for Muscle & Fitness magazine and authored 10 books on nutrition and exercise, including the widely-known Ripped series of fitness books and…
#50: Blair Wilson on Starting a High-Intensity Training Business in Canada, How HIT Can Help You Recover From and Rehabilitate Injuries, and What it’s Like to Be Mentored by John Little
Mar 23, 2017 • 133 min
Blair Wilson is the owner of MedX Precision Fitness and is a successful high-intensity training expert and professional, having been mentored by none other than John Little himself. Blair has worked as a professional water skier and has trained many…
#49: Brad Schoenfeld on Periodization, De-loading, Optimally Targeting Type-1 and Type-2 Muscle Fibers, and Optimizing for Hypertrophy and Muscle Growth
Mar 14, 2017 • 82 min
Brad Schoenfeld (PhD, CSCS, CSPS, FNSCA) is a renowned fitness professional and an authority on body composition optimization. In addition to winning numerous natural bodybuilding titles himself, he is also the 2011 NSCA Personal Trainer of the Year,…
#48: High-Intensity Bodyweight Training Routines, How to Improve Your HIT Workouts For Better Results and Efficiency, Detailed Thoughts on Diet and Nutrition, and Tracking and Improving Your Biomarkers
Mar 9, 2017 • 32 min
Welcome to another inbetweenisode with yours truly. In this episode, I give you a detailed insight into my current personal exercise and nutrition regimen, which has been heavily influenced by my guests and their work. In this episode, I cover: A…
#47: Robb Wolf on his Blood Glucose Monitoring Experiment, Ketones and Myostatin Inhibition, and High Intensity Strength Training
Mar 1, 2017 • 75 min
Robb Wolf is a former research biochemist and review editor for the Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism, is the New York Times Best-Selling Author of The Paleo Solution, and is a renowned expert in the field of ancestral health and fitness. Having…
#46: James Fisher and Luke Carlson – The Keys to Running a Successful Business, Optimizing Your Workouts for Strength and Mass Gains, and the Busy Person’s Guide to Working Out
Feb 22, 2017 • 139 min
James Fisher is one of the world’s top experts in strength and conditioning, and sport psychology. Besides being an accomplished academic researcher, he has also been a fitness professional, strength and conditioning coach, and the GB wheelchair…
#45: Tony Jeffries – World-class Athlete, Undefeated Professional Boxer, Olympian, Entrepreneur, and Trainer to the Stars
Feb 15, 2017 • 94 min
Sunderland, England’s own Tony Jeffries is a “world-class athlete-turned-businessman.” An extremely successful and motivated man, he has been actively training in gyms since the age of 10. He was a professional boxer, going undefeated at the…
#44: How to Lose Fat Effectively, Maximise Muscle Gain, and Increase Productivity
Feb 4, 2017 • 28 min
This is the first monologue with yours truly. A few weeks ago, I sent out a survey invite via social media to get your feedback on what you like and dislike about the podcast and your current challenges in fitness, business and lifestyle. In this…
#43: Gary Taubes – Award-winning Science and Health Writer on High-Fat, Low Carb Diets and How To Separate Good Science from Bad Science
Jan 27, 2017 • 81 min
Gary Taubes is an American science writer and the co-founder and senior scientific advisor of the Nutrition Science Initiative (NuSI). He is an award-winning science and health journalist, the author of Why We Get Fat and Good Calories,…
#42: Skyler Tanner – On Growing Your Personal Training Business And Deviating From The Classic HIT Paradigm
Jan 17, 2017 • 126 min
Skyler Tanner is an exercise physiologist with more than 18 years of one on one training experience. In addition to being co-owner of Smart Strength, he lectures for World Instructor Training Schools, teaching future personal trainers the nuances of…
#41: Alex Fergus - How To Beat World Class Athletes With 15-Minutes Training Per Week
Jan 5, 2017 • 124 min
Alex Fergus is a personal trainer who coaches some of Australia’s top executives, helping them look and feel amazing through natural lifestyle choices and combining ancestral protocols and modern-day science. He runs a successful personal training…
#40: Tim Ryan - Personal Trainer, Veteran of the Health & Fitness Industry, and Founder & Operator of Precision Fitness
Dec 20, 2016 • 123 min
Tim is founder and owner/operator of Precision Fitness, Inc. He has personally been involved with exercise for 40 years and currently has over 33 years of professional work experience in the health and fitness field. Prior to starting Precision…
#39: Dr Richard Winett - Award-Winning Researcher, Professor of Psychology, and Life-long Bodybuilder
Dec 3, 2016 • 58 min
Richard A. Winett is an award-winning researcher, the Heilig Meyers professor of psychology at Virginia Tech, former director of both the Psychology Department’s Clinical Science program and the Center for Research in Health Behavior, and just as…
#38: Britain’s Sexiest Man, Tom Church
Aug 10, 2016 • 131 min
Tom Church is the Amazon Best-selling author of Money’s Big Secret, How To Live For Free: The Definitive Guide, 101 Quotes from Great British Women: Wisdom, observations and jokes from inspirational thinkers, a life hacking blogger, a co-founder of…
#37: Dr Richard Winett: Refining Your Training Protocol Over a Lifetime
Aug 2, 2016 • 58 min
Richard A. Winett was one of the first graduates from the clinical science program at the State University of New York at Stony Brook, a program that for the last 45 years has been one of the top world-wide leaders for developing…
#36: Jay Vincent: How To Build An Amazing Body In Less Than 40-Minutes Per Week
Jun 7, 2016 • 123 min
Jay Vincent (Instagram/Facebook) is a High Intensity Training instructor operating his studio, 2020 Fitness, out of Albany, New York. He’s also a professional fitness model and sponsored Muscletech Athlete and modelled for popular athletic…
#35: How To Build A Large Audience In 6-Months Working Part-Time
May 22, 2016 • 140 min
Stuart blogs on OCD and mental health issues. He is the founder of The OCD Stories, which he created to guide others towards recovery. In 2014, he released his debut book Challenge Yourself, I Dare You. When he is not trying to change the world, you…
#34: David Allen, The Greatest Productivity Expert on the Planet
May 7, 2016 • 82 min
“Your mind is for having ideas, not holding them.” ― David Allen As this podcast expands from productivity in fitness to productivity in fitness, lifestyle and business, David Allen is the ideal guest to help launch this new wave of extremely…
#33: Mark Sisson on High Intensity Strength Training, Sprinting, Legumes, and How to Build a Mega Brand
Apr 24, 2016 • 92 min
Health and fitness expert, and former elite endurance athlete, Mark Sisson (@Mark_Sisson) is the bestselling author of The Primal Blueprint and one of the leading voices of the Evolutionary Health Movement. His blog, MarksDailyApple.com (over 1m…
#32: Simon Shawcross on How to Optimise Productivity Through Nutrition, Mindset and Meditation
Mar 27, 2016 • 106 min
Simon Shawcross (Simon[@]hituni.com) is the Founder and a Director of HITuni.com, the leading provider of online education in High Intensity Training and certification courses in HIT for personal trainers and those wanting to become personal…
#31: What Luke Carlson has Learned about Exercise after Collecting a Ton of Data and Running Large Scale Experiments
Mar 15, 2016 • 60 min
Luke Carlson (Luke[@]discoverstrength.com) is the founder and CEO of Discover Strength based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Discover Strength’s personal training facilities are among the highest volume/revenue training facilities in the U.S. Luke…
#30: David Landau: The Secret To Motivating People To Get Maximum Results From Their Workouts
Feb 27, 2016 • 108 min
After the high level of interest in his first interview, David Landau joins me on the podcast for a second time. David Landau has been an exercise practitioner for 37 years. He is a highly respected HIT trainer and rubs shoulders with many of the…
#29: Bill DeSimone: How To Optimise Muscle Stimulation And Create The Perfect Home Workout Routine
Feb 6, 2016 • 141 min
It’s the moment you have been waiting for … Bill DeSimone returns to Corporate Warrior, opening up a series of great podcasts for 2016. Bill DeSimone is a personal trainer and presenter known for his joint-friendly, biomechanics-based approach to…
#28: James Fisher On Advanced Resistance Training Techniques, Kobe Bryant’s Injuries, And The Downsides Of The Big 5 Workout
Dec 29, 2015 • 80 min
“All we know is still infinitely less than all that remains unknown.” - William Harvey I enjoyed my first interview with James so much that I asked him to join me for a second time. You can email James on james.fisher@solent.ac.uk. James (MSc…
#27: How The Well Rested Serial Entrepreneur, Keith Norris, Works Out Every Day While Running 5 Successful Businesses
Dec 10, 2015 • 102 min
Keith Norris (@KeithNorris) is a renown strength and conditioning coach and a serial entrepreneur involved in five successful businesses: Efficient Exercise, ARXFit, ID Life, Paleo f(x) and Ancestral Momentum (Theory to Practice). Keith has been…
#26: Fred Hahn: How Hard Gainers Can Optimise Muscle Growth, Start A HIT Business and Motivate Children To Exercise
Nov 28, 2015 • 117 min
Fred (fhahn [@] seriousstrength.com) has been involved in exercise ever since he became a member of The Charles Atlas Club when he was 10 years old. He began training clients in the early 1980s at several of NYC’s leading health clubs, including the…
#25: New York Times Best Selling Author, Adam Zickerman: Why Everyone Should Strength Train and How To Get Maximum Exposure For Your Business
Nov 15, 2015 • 108 min
Adam Zickerman is a New York Times Best Selling Author with his book, Power of 10: The Once-A-Week Slow Motion Fitness Revolution. He is the CEO and Founder of InForm Fitness Studios, providing high intensity strength training personal…
#24: Dr Doug McGuff on Multiple Sets, How To Beat The Plateau and How To Grow Your Personal Training Business
Nov 8, 2015 • 81 min
Dr Doug McGuff (@DougMcGuff / Instagram: ultimate_exercise_) is widely considered the foremost expert in exercise on the planet today. Doug practices full-time emergency medicine with Blue Ridge Emergency Physicians and owns, Ultimate…
#23: David Landau on The Problems with Super Slow, His Personal Training Regimen and Fast Food Habit, and Why Supplements are Undesirable
Oct 30, 2015 • 119 min
David Landau has been an exercise practitioner since 1978 and is often regarded as one of the top HIT trainers on the planet. From 1978 – 1984, he ran two successful YMCA Nautilus programs in Ohio and Pennsylvania. Moved to Florida in 1984 and…
#22: Keith Norris on Muscle Gain, High Intensity Interval Resistance Training, Auto Regulation and Cheat Days
Oct 21, 2015 • 119 min
Keith Norris is an athlete, and an elite level strength and conditioning coach with 35 years of experience. He’s the co-founder of Paleo f(x), a partner in Efficient Exercise and ARXFit, and a founding member of ID Life. He also runs one of the top…
#21: Steve Maxwell on Perfect Breathing, Succeeding as a Nomad and the Truth behind Steroid-Use in Hollywood
Sep 22, 2015 • 125 min
Steve Maxwell is a Brazilian Jujitsu blackbelt, nomadic strength and conditioning coach with over 50 years experience and was named one of the top 100 trainers by Men’s Journal. Steve has come back on to the show to talk about more than just high…
#20: Andy Magness: How To Train For 50+ Mile Ultra Endurance Races In One Hour Per Week
Sep 4, 2015 • 78 min
Andy Magness is a husband, father, recreational philosopher, occasional adventurer, part-time athlete, race director, youth philanthropist, and author. Andy is a rock climber turned ultra endurance fanatic and pushes his mind and body to…
#19: Skyler Tanner on Muscle and Nervous System Recovery, Building Muscle and Macronutrient Cycling
Aug 16, 2015 • 64 min
Skyler Tanner (@SkylerTanner) returns to the podcast due to popular demand. He is an Exercise Physiologist turned analytics professional, and has been a fitness and nutrition coach for more than 15 years. He’s also lectured at the Ancestral…
#18: John Little: Inside the Mind of Mike Mentzer, Body By Science and his Workout with Hercules
Jun 21, 2015 • 105 min
John Little’s resume is prolific. Alongside Dr Doug McGuff, he is the co-author of Body By Science and author of Max Contraction Training (to name a couple) and is considered to be one of the world’s foremost authorities on…
#17: Steve Maxwell: How to Look, Feel, and Perform in Your ’60s like You did in Your ’20s
Jun 2, 2015 • 60 min
Steve Maxwell was the first man to teach kettlebell classes in the US, trains professional athletes from the Phillies, Dodgers, and Eagles, and was the first american to earn a black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu from Relson Gracie. Steve holds a…
#16: James Steele PhD on Momentary Muscular Failure vs Sub-Maximal Failure, Optimal Time Under Load/Reps and Fasted Training
May 26, 2015 • 124 min
James Steele PhD is a lecturer in Applied Sport Science at Southampton Solent University in the UK. He’s helped publish some game-changing studies on exercise (see resources), and is well known for his talk titled ’There Is No Such Thing…
#15: Roger Schwab on Arthur Jones, Workout Frequency and the Pros and Cons of Different Muscle Fibre Types
May 11, 2015 • 60 min
Former IFBB Head Judge, Best-Selling Author, and Founder of Main Line Health & Fitness
#14: Ben Greenfield on the Pros and Cons of High Intensity Strength Training, Building Muscle on a High Fat Diet and Why Eating Junk is Stupid
Apr 25, 2015 • 54 min
I was super stoked to have Ben Greenfield on the Corporate Warrior podcast. I’ve been listening to his podcast Ben Greenfield Fitness (one of the top podcasts on health in iTunes) for some time, and it’s kind of a dream come true…
#13: Skyler Tanner on The Problems with High Intensity Training, the Most Effective Protocol to Stimulate Strength and Hypertrophy and Macronutrients vs Counting Calories
Apr 19, 2015 • 78 min
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…
#12: Discover Strength CEO, Luke Carlson on How to Build a Successful HIT Business, Forced Reps vs Unassisted MMF and Minimalist Marathon Training
Apr 7, 2015 • 59 min
As this podcast has grown more and more popular, I’ve come to realise that many of you are personal trainers who are passionate about evidence-based exercise. This latest interview is for you. Luke Carlson is CEO and founder of Discover Strength….
#11: James Fisher on Single Sets vs Multiple Sets, Tim Ferriss’s Geek to Freak Experiment and Maximising Sport Performance
Apr 1, 2015 • 75 min
James Fisher is a senior lecturer in exercise physiology at Southampton Solent University in the UK, an olympic-level strength and conditioning coach, and prolific exercise scientist, and has helped publish 9 papers on resistance training. It was…
#10: James Steele PhD: No Such Thing As Cardio, Occam’s Protocol and How Different Activities Trigger Hypertrophy
Mar 19, 2015 • 112 min
James Steele is a PhD, expert in exercise physiology and biomechanics, and a lecturer in Applied Sport Sciences at Southampton Solent University. Alongside his colleagues, James is responsible for publishing game-changing research in the exercise…
#9: Adam Budnik on the Benefits of High Intensity Strength Training, How to Get Started in HIT and Flavanoids
Feb 26, 2015 • 74 min
Adam Budnik is a highly knowledgable and experienced HIT personal trainer. He’s been training clients for 7 years, and spends most of his time learning how to optimise health through exercise, lifestyle, and nutrition. Adam is a dear friend of mine,…
#8: 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
Feb 12, 2015 • 86 min
Drew Baye is the founder of Baye.com, the number one high intensity strength training website online. Drew is a prolific writer and researcher, and a personal training veteran. In The 4-Hour Body, Tim Ferriss uses Drew Baye to demonstrate how to reach…
#7: Vital Exercise owner, Ted Harrison on How he used HIT to Significantly Increase Muscle Mass, HIT Supplementation and Bulletproof Coffee
Feb 7, 2015 • 55 min
Ted Harrison is owner and founder of Vital Exercise, and has been a personal trainer for 30+ years. After being inspired by Mike Mentzer in the fitness magazines of the time, Ted embraced many of the principles of HIT to provide his clients with…
#6: 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
Jan 29, 2015 • 78 min
Ever since I watched Bill DeSimone on the 21 Convention several years ago I was fascinated with his views on safe and effective biomechanics. A resistance training program should be a good thing for your body, but what if you’re compromising your…
#5: 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
Jan 14, 2015 • 98 min
Drew Baye is a long-standing and high-profile personal trainer, former fitness model, and advocate of High Intensity Training (HIT). He has the top HIT blog: Baye.com, one of the top online resources for quality health and fitness advice. Drew is also…
#4: Founder of HITuni.com and Co-Author of The One Diet, Simon Shawcross: How HIT Improves Cardiovascular Health and How to Become a Great Personal Trainer
Dec 16, 2014 • 110 min
Simon Shawcross is a personal trainer, author, and founder of HITuni.com. Simon has been training himself and clients using high intensity training to get efficient results. He is the co-author of The One Diet (forward written by HIT expert Dr…
#3: Body By Science author, Dr Doug McGuff: Advanced HIT Concepts, How Excessive Nutrition Might Not be Necessary for Muscular Growth and How to Become Superhuman
Dec 12, 2014 • 60 min
This is the second interview I’ve done with Doug and it was awesome. Dr Doug McGuff is an author, leading expert in HIT (High Intensity Training), health, and nutrition, and he’s also a full-time ER Physician. For Part 1, click here. This is Part 2…
#2: Founder of HappySugarHabits.com, Laura Thomas: How to Reduce Sugar Cravings, the Importance of Eating Fat and Why You Should go on a Fructose Detox
Nov 27, 2014 • 38 min
Laura is an absolute sugar ninja, and has dedicated much of her time to understanding how to help people reduce sugar cravings. Laura has been successful in helping people lose weight, improve health, and regain their energy. Laura is a speaker, sugar…
#1: Body By Science Author, Dr Doug McGuff on Strength Training Fundamentals, The 4-Hour Body and How to Train to Succeed at Obstacle Races
Nov 18, 2014 • 70 min
Dr Doug McGuff lives in South Carolina, and he is the co-author of Body By Science, ER physician, founder of his Ultimate Exercise gym, speaker, and health consultant. He is one of the world’s foremost experts in high intensity training and he is…