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High Intensity Business is a high intensity strength training and strength training business podcast offering content to help you realise your health goals, become a great personal trainer, and build a successful HIT business. Content includes training protocols, workouts, exercise science, nutrition, and biohacking. From a HIT business perspective, we cover personal training, coaching, startup, sales, marketing, operations, systems, hiring, scaling, etc. Guests include Dr Doug McGuff, Drew Baye, Skyler Tanner, Patty Durell, Walter Vendel, Fred Hahn, James Fisher PhD, James Steele PhD, Luke Carlson, Adam Zickerman, Kyle Recchia, Adrian Antigua, Bill Crawford, Joe Cirulli, Dorian Yates, Simon Melov PhD, Roger Schwab, Simon Shawcross, and many more.

High Intensity Business is a high intensity strength training and strength training business podcast offering content to help you realise your health goals, become a great personal trainer, and build a successful HIT business. Content includes training protocols, workouts, exercise science, nutrition, and biohacking. From a HIT business perspective, we cover personal training, coaching, startup, sales, marketing, operations, systems, hiring, scaling, etc. Guests include Dr Doug McGuff, Drew Baye, Skyler Tanner, Patty Durell, Walter Vendel, Fred Hahn, James Fisher PhD, James Steele PhD, Luke Carlson, Adam Zickerman, Kyle Recchia, Adrian Antigua, Bill Crawford, Joe Cirulli, Dorian Yates, Simon Melov PhD, Roger Schwab, Simon Shawcross, and many more.

Location:

United Kingdom

Description:

High Intensity Business is a high intensity strength training and strength training business podcast offering content to help you realise your health goals, become a great personal trainer, and build a successful HIT business. Content includes training protocols, workouts, exercise science, nutrition, and biohacking. From a HIT business perspective, we cover personal training, coaching, startup, sales, marketing, operations, systems, hiring, scaling, etc. Guests include Dr Doug McGuff, Drew Baye, Skyler Tanner, Patty Durell, Walter Vendel, Fred Hahn, James Fisher PhD, James Steele PhD, Luke Carlson, Adam Zickerman, Kyle Recchia, Adrian Antigua, Bill Crawford, Joe Cirulli, Dorian Yates, Simon Melov PhD, Roger Schwab, Simon Shawcross, and many more.

Language:

English

Contact:

+44 7919037386


Episodes

375 - How To Set Up New Personal Trainer Hires For Success with Matt McGunagle

8/3/2022
Matt McGunagle (matt @ strengthportal.com) is the CEO and Founder of StrengthPortal, a software platform for personal trainers, gym owners, and multi-location gyms to manage their personal training staff and track personal training services. Matt graduated from Cal Poly SLO as an Economics major with a concentration on Entrepreneurship. In this episode, Matt talks about the issues and challenges of the personal training career, compensation plan and key roles, sustainable business models...

Duration:01:06:35

374 - The Value of Isometric Exercise with Brad Thorpe - Part 2

7/27/2022
Brad Thorpe (brad @ isophit.com) is a multi-patented inventor and CEO of Isophit™, a versatile isometric system for fitness, rehabilitation, and sports performance professionals. Brad is considered as the world's leading expert in isometric strength training with over 29 years of experience in the fitness and performance industry. In this episode, Brad joins me for part 2 of our Isometric Exercise series where he talks about utilizing isometrics and Isophit™ with injuries and...

Duration:01:20:59

373 - Should You Always Train To Failure? (with Dr. James Fisher)

7/20/2022
James Fisher PhD (james.fisher @ solent.ac.uk) is a Senior Lecturer for the School of Sport, Health, and Social Sciences at Southampton Solent University in the UK. He is one of the leading exercise scientists publishing numerous peer-reviewed articles related to resistance training, health, and fitness. In this episode, James continues discussing his research paper Resistance Training Recommendations to Maximize Muscle Hypertrophy in an Athletic Population: Position Stand of the IUSCA...

Duration:01:20:49

372 - Imagine Strength Equipment; the New HIT Revolution with Clay Steffee

7/13/2022
Clay Steffee (claysteffee @ gmail.com) is the owner of Imagine Strength and is the Vice President of Engineering and Product Development at Exerbotics. He has worked alongside Arthur Jones in designing Nautilus and MedX equipment, as well as engineering strength equipment for LifeFitness. In this episode, Clay talks about Imagine Strength’s equipment line, machine modifications, customer support, maintenance tips, equipment recommendations, and much more. Build a thriving strength training...

Duration:01:15:31

371 - The Value of Isometric Exercise with Brad Thorpe

7/6/2022
Brad Thorpe (brad @ isophit.com) is a multi-patented inventor and CEO of Isophit™, a versatile isometric system for fitness, rehabilitation, and sports performance professionals. Brad is considered as the world's leading expert in isometric strength training with over 29 years of experience in the fitness and performance industry. In this episode, Brad discusses the Isophit™ isometric system, the physiological and neurological benefits of isometrics, dynamic exercise vs. isometrics, and...

Duration:01:23:21

370 - Will you get Fit doing HIT? - The High Intensity Training Fundeamentals Series with Tim Ryan - Part 9

6/29/2022
Tim Ryan (info @ stronglifetraining.com) is a Master Super Slow instructor and the owner of Strong Life Personal Training in Barrington, Illinois. Aside from personal training, Tim offers mentoring, workshops, and seminars for studio owners. In this episode, Tim joins me for Part 9 of our HIT Fundamentals Series where he shares his position on aerobic cardio exercise, HIIT vs. HIT, the distinction between exercise and recreation, and much more. Listen to Parts 1-8: 352 – Tim Ryan – The...

Duration:00:51:30

369 - How to Dress your Personal Trainers for Success with Luke Carlson

6/22/2022
Luke Carlson (luke @ discoverstrength.com) is the founder and CEO of Discover Strength based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Discover Strength owns and operates strength training studios as well as the Discover Strength Franchise. In this episode, Luke talks about intentionality in business, different filters for deciding dress code, talk triggers, attire guide, options, and much more. Get marketing strategies to grow your strength training business For all of the show notes, links and...

Duration:00:32:09

368 - The Six Factors of Functional Ability with Tim Ryan - The High Intensity Training Fundamentals Series - Part 8

6/15/2022
Tim Ryan (info @ stronglifetraining.com) is the owner of Strong Life Personal Training in Barrington, Illinois. He is a Master Super Slow instructor with certifications from ACSM, ACE, and the Super Slow Exercise Guild. His expertise includes personal training, mentoring trainers, and exercise equipment design. In this episode, Tim joins me for Part 8 of our HIT Fundamentals Series where he explains the concept of functional training, motor learning, the six factors of functional ability,...

Duration:00:58:03

367 - Strength Portal: The Ultimate Software for your Strength Training Business with Matt McGunagle

6/8/2022
Matt McGunagle (matt @ strengthportal.com) is the CEO and Founder of StrengthPortal, a software platform for personal trainers, gym owners, and multi-location gyms to manage their personal training staff and track personal training services. Matt graduated from Cal Poly SLO as an Economics major with a concentration on Entrepreneurship. In this episode, Matt walks through the features and core functionalities of StrengthPortal specifically the exercise library, program library, client...

Duration:01:27:40

366 - Tim Ryan - How to Design Exercise Programs and Manage Progression and Recovery - The High Intensity Training Fundamentals Series - Part 7

6/1/2022
Tim Ryan (info @ stronglifetraining.com) is the owner of Strong Life Personal Training in Barrington, Illinois. He is a Master Super Slow instructor with certifications from ACSM, ACE, and the Super Slow Exercise Guild. His expertise include personal training, mentoring trainers, and exercise equipment design. In this episode, Tim joins me for Part 7 of our HIT Fundamentals Series where he discusses how to design exercise programs, implement alternating routines, manage progression and...

Duration:01:26:36

365 - Skyler Tanner - Growing into a Larger Studio, MedX and Nautilus Equipment, Marker Workouts, Neck Training, and Testosterone Replacement Therapy

5/25/2022
Skyler Tanner (skyler @ smartstrengthaustin.com) is a fitness and nutrition coach, exercise physiologist, and owner of Smart Strength in Austin, Texas. Skyler and his team at Smart Strength focuses on helping clients gain strength, boost energy, improve mobility and balance through evidence-based strength training. In this episode, Skyler shares Smart Strength’s business growth and new machines, marker workouts, workout sessions and management, neck training, thoughts on TRT or steroids,...

Duration:01:06:58

364 - Clay Steffee - Designing Exercise Machines for Arthur Jones, Nautilus, MedX, LifeFitness, and Exerbotics - Part 2

5/18/2022
Clay Steffee is the owner of Imagine Strength and VP Engineering and Product Development at Exerbotics. He has worked alongside Arthur Jones designing Nautilus and MedX exercise machines as well as engineering strength equipment for LifeFitness. Listen to Part 1: 351 - Clay Steffee - Designing Exercise Machines for Arthur Jones, Nautilus, MedX, LifeFitness, and Exerbotics - Part 1 In this episode, Clay joins me for Part 2 of Designing Exercise Machines for Arthur Jones, Nautilus,...

Duration:00:58:08

363 - Tim Ryan - The Assumed vs the Real Objective of Exercise, How to Coach Correct Form, Head and Neck Position, and Breathing - The High Intensity Training Fundamentals Series - Part 6

5/11/2022
Tim Ryan (info @ stronglifetraining.com) is the owner of Strong Life Personal Training in Barrington, Illinois. He is a Master Super Slow instructor with certifications from ACSM, ACE, and the Super Slow Exercise Guild. His expertise includes personal training, mentoring trainers, and exercise equipment design. Contact Tim for his business services here: Website: stronglifetraining.com Email: info @ stronglifetraining.com Phone (US): 630-862-5176 Listen to Part 1-5: 352 – Tim Ryan –...

Duration:01:24:03

362 - Al Coleman - How to Get the Most Out of Yours and Your Client’s Workouts

5/4/2022
Albert Coleman (albert @ phxstrength.com) became interested in strength exercise in high school to improve his performance as a baseball player. A few years later in 1999, Al passed the SuperSlow Exercise Specialist Certification Following. He then spent the next 10 years under the tutelage of Master Instructor Rob Serraino and honed his craft. From 2010-2019, Al worked for RenEx/Overload Fitness where he served as Director of Education working in close concert with Ken Hutchins, Josh...

Duration:01:44:49

361 - Tim Ryan - How to Determine the Optimal Resistance Level - The High Intensity Training Fundamentals Series - Part 5

4/27/2022
Tim Ryan (info @ stronglifetraining.com) is the owner of Strong Life Personal Training in Barrington, Illinois. He is a Master Super Slow instructor with certifications from ACSM, ACE, and the Super Slow Exercise Guild. His expertise includes personal training, mentoring trainers, and exercise equipment design. In this episode, Tim joins me for Part 5 of our HIT Fundamentals Series where he talks about the importance of lifting the proper weight load, how to determine the ideal weight load,...

Duration:01:10:04

360 - Tim Ryan - The Optimal Window for Time Under Load and Time To Concentric Failure - The High Intensity Training Fundamentals Series - Part 4

4/20/2022
Tim Ryan (info @ stronglifetraining.com) is the owner of Strong Life Personal Training in Barrington, Illinois. He is a Master Super Slow instructor with certifications from ACSM, ACE, and the Super Slow Exercise Guild. His expertise include personal training, mentoring trainers, and exercise equipment design. In this episode, Tim joins me for Part 4 of our HIT Fundamentals Series where he shares the theory of training to failure, mechanism of muscle contraction, optimal window for...

Duration:01:24:47

359 - Why Should you Attend the Resistance Exercise Conference?

4/13/2022
The Resistance Exercise Conference (REC) brings together the leading researchers, coaches, and strength training practitioners to talk about the application of strength training for health and human performance. It's a great event where you can learn from experts and connect with peers in the area of strength training, as well as rejuvenate your passion for health, fitness, and exercise. In this episode, Luke and Hannah share insights into why YOU and your TEAM should definitely attend REC...

Duration:00:38:42

358 - Tim Ryan - Movement Speed - The High Intensity Training Fundamentals Series - Part 3

4/6/2022
Tim Ryan (info @ stronglifetraining.com) is a Master Super Slow instructor and owner of Strong Life Personal Training in Barrington, Illinois. He has 40 years of experience in the health and fitness field operating various personal training businesses, mentoring exercise instructors, and taking part in exercise equipment design. Tim has earned various national fitness certifications from ACSM, ACE, and the Super Slow Exercise Guild. Listen to Part 1-2: 352 – Tim Ryan – The History and...

Duration:01:12:55

357 - How to use Systems to Produce Consistent Workout Quality at Scale

3/30/2022
If you're having problems with workout quality, client retention, or trainer retention, you might also have a process problem. In this episode, I provide the steps on how to create a workout process for your strength training business. We’ll delve into the benefits of creating checklists, how to facilitate iteration, process implementation, and much more. Get all the processes you need for your strength training studio Optima Strength’s Workout Process: Greet the client by name.Shake...

Duration:00:29:10

356 - Dr. James Steele - Low-Frequency Workouts, Relaxing Diet Dogma, and Challenging the Quantified Self Movement

3/16/2022
James Steele, PhD (james.steele @ solent.ac.uk) is an Associate Professor of Sport and Exercise Science at Southampton Solent University and the Principal Investigator at ukactive Research Institute. He is a member of the American College of Sports Medicine, and the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences, and is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. See James’ published peer reviewed articles. In this episode, James talks about his current workout, diet philosophy, neck...

Duration:01:18:45