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The podcast where we teach you how to maximize your strength as safely and efficiently as possible! Each episode we bring you strength training techniques, nutritional recommendations, and general health tips based on over 30 years of experience. We also bring you interviews with fitness business owners, strength coaches, scientists, researchers, and people on the cutting edge of the fitness industry.
 
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Our guests this week are Peter and Brian Collins. The Collins brothers are are the co-owners of a personal training studio called Strength Therapy, situated in the Northeast of England. They have over 40 years of combined personal training experience. They have a thirst for research based training which has been heavily influenced by High Intensity…
 
Our TNT guest this week is Jeff Casebolt PhD. Jeff is the Director of Biomechanical Research for Dynavec Multi-Directional Resistance Systems. In this interview we discuss a broad array of interesting topics which include increasing function with strength training across all ages, lower body power development, injury mechanisms, and fall prevention…
 
Our guest this week is strength and fitness legend Roger Schwab. Roger has been a pioneer in weight training for decades. He was college football's first strength and conditioning coach (Penn State 1964-1965) and the man who introduced the Nautilus training and equipment system to Philadelphia in 1976. Schwab was head judge of the International Fed…
 
In this week's episode we are privileged to be joined by Dr. Sara Oikawa PhD. Sara is a senior scientist at the Gatorade Sports Science Institute (GSSI). Sara earned her honors Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology, Masters of Science in Kinesiology, and her Ph.D. in Kinesiology at McMaster University in Hamilton, Canada. Dr. Oikawa's area of expertis…
 
This week we are joined by our friend and mentor, Tom Kelso. Tom is a brilliant coach with years of experience at all levels of strength and conditioning coaching. This is Tom's second appearance on the TNT podcast after joining us way back in episode #10. In resistance training there are many questions that need reasonable answers to help you desi…
 
This week we talk about the difference between High-intensity training (HIT) and High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT). High-intensity training (HIT) is a form of strength training popularized in the 1970s by Arthur Jones, the founder of Nautilus. The training focuses on performing high quality weight training repetitions to the point of momentar…
 
In Episode #106 we dug into the International Journal Of Strength And Conditioning Position Paper: Resistance Training Recommendations To Maximize Hypertrophy In An Athletic Population. This week, we take a deeper dive into muscle hypertrophy. We are joined by one of the researchers involved with that paper, our friend, Dr. James Fisher, PhD. Dr. F…
 
Fredrick Hahn has been instructing 9 to 90 year olds for over 20 years. He instructs some of the most prominent business men, women, and celebrities in the world. Since 1998 Fred has owned and operated SlowBurn Personal Training Studios located on the Upper West Side of Manhattan and in Montclair, N.J. He is the co-author, along with Drs. Michael a…
 
This week we discuss the International Journal of Strength and Conditioning position paper titled: Resistance Training Recommendations To Maximize Hypertrophy In An Athletic Population. Join us as we dig into the latest research on gaining muscle. We discuss recommendations on load, volume, frequency, rest intervals, exercise selection, and set end…
 
What do geometry, p-adic analysis, logic, and the representation theory of algebraic groups have to do with building muscle? Tune in as we are joined by Khalid Bou-Rabee, associate professor of mathematics and inventor of the Harambe Strength System. The Harambe System is a full gym that fits under your bed. It easily allows the user to perform tra…
 
Dave Durell has formerly worked as a strength and conditioning assistant with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, a strength and conditioning consultant to the Jacksonville Jaguars, and the assistant strength and conditioning coach at Southeast Missouri State University. He holds a master’s degree in health fitness administration, is a master level personal …
 
This week we are joined by David DeSisto, owner and chief instructor at DeSisto Strength Training in San Francisco, CA. In the early nineties, David realized he had found his true passion and was destined to a life of helping people reach real well-being and health. He decided to seek out a more scientific, effective, and safer approach to building…
 
This week our guest is board-certified family medicine physician Dr. Nick Nwabueze a.k.a. @thefittestdoc on Instagram. Dr. Nick believes in helping people make significant health improvements through their nutrition and other lifestyle changes. He is passionate about how diet and movement affect overall health. He feels that the healthiest patients…
 
This week we are pleased to announce that Taylor Jones has accepted the challenge of becoming an apprentice strength coach with us at TNT Strength Oakland. TNT Strength is comprised of a team of highly motivated and disciplined fitness professionals. We are dedicated to the pursuit, acquisition, and application of current, reliable knowledge in the…
 
This week, we are joined by our a special guest Patty Durell from Rock Solid Fitness, who stopped by to help us celebrate 100 episodes of our Truth Not Trends podcast. This episode is a fun one full of familiar voices and you’re invited to our party. In our milestone 100th episode we discuss the many challenges we have faced during the COVID-19 loc…
 
Join us as we welcome Andrei Yakovenko and Philip Shepherd, authors of Deep Fitness. Deep Fitness brings a much-needed evolution to our understanding of what fitness can mean. Deep Fitness identifies and lays out a very compelling argument for the benefits of brief, intense, and infrequent bouts of high-intensity movement, or what they call Mindful…
 
Boyer Coe competed in bodybuiliding competitions from the 60's to the 90's, entering 88 competitions and winning a total of 26 titles (15 professional and 11 amateur). Today, at 75 years old, he is still in the gym every morning at 5.00 A.M. This week join us as we sit down for a candid conversation with Boyer. We discuss his life in bodybuilding f…
 
Social media brings with it instant access to tons of health and fitness information. On the surface this may seem like a positive thing. In truth we are inundated daily with millions of words and images that are not posted for our benefit but merely to beguile us into spending our hard earned money on useless supplements, over-complicated workout …
 
Dr. Ben Bocchicchio has been an advocate of slow strength training and a low-carb diet since 1973. He was on the leading edge of Nautilus training and had a professional relationship with Arthur Jones as the world became familiar with the exercise machines Jones called "the thinking man's barbell". In this interview Dr. Ben Bo is fresh off giving a…
 
Strength training is the most important and effective exercise that anyone can do. Virtually everyone, from teenagers to the elderly, can and should engage in it regularly. It’s important for both gaining new muscle and the maintenance of existing muscle mass. Unfortunately, beginning (and even veteran) strength training enthusiasts can get a lot o…
 
Jim Schmitz, owner of The Sports Palace, a weightlifting and weight training gym and club established in San Francisco in 1968. His accomplishments in the field of Olympic-style weightlifting are numerous. He has twice been selected as head coach of United States Olympic weightlifting teams, in 1980 and 1988, and was selected as assistant Olympic T…
 
This week our guest is Strength Coach and H.I.T. entrepreneur Carl Johnson. Carl attended Brigham Young University and completed a degree in Exercise Science. He became a certified tennis teaching pro and a Certified Health Fitness Specialist through the American College of Sports Medicine. While at BYU he had the opportunity to complete a tennis c…
 
Join us as we celebrate 20 years in the strength coaching biz with our guest, Dwayne Wimmer. Dwayne is the founder and head trainer of Vertex Fitness. With professionalism, expertise, and personal attention as his hallmarks, and the utmost concern for his clients' fitness and wellness as his vision, Dwayne has fulfilled his ultimate dream in runnin…
 
Nutrition. Is there anything out there that is more confusing? High carbs, low carbs, good fats, bad fats, don’t eat at night, don’t eat anything but fruit until noon…It’s enough to make you scream. How can we possibly decipher all the nutritional mumbo-jumbo that is thrown around every day? Each time you turn around there is a new diet telling you…
 
Join the TNT crew as we discuss 10 Things we know about strength training, a.k.a. what we've learned after years and years of experience. When science looks at various strength training techniques, muscle protein synthesis, frequency of training, and the like, these are the conclusions, and they form our base of knowledge as it relates to resistanc…
 
This week we are joined by Michael Petrella, Mike Perilli, and Mike Marzanek, as they discuss in detail their attempts to recreate the legendary Colorado Experiment. The Colorado Experiment was a bodybuilding experiment featuring Casey Viator and run by Arthur Jones using Nautilus equipment at Colorado State University in May, 1973. The first subje…
 
Our guest this week is Dr. Andrew Oswari M.D. Join us as he shares how he found the low-carb way of eating and in the process lost 60 pounds and reversed type 2 diabetes. Along the way he also eliminated chronic knee pain, brain fog, headaches, irritable bowel, reflux, hypertension and irritability, all through changing the way he ate. Dr. Oswari s…
 
This week we dive deep into Strength Training Program design. Join us as we discuss how to manipulate program variables such as Full-Body vs Split routines, exercise volume, training frequency, sets, reps, and adding Advance Overload Techniques. How to not get stuck in the Gregorian Calendar. Ways to maximize recovery. We'll also discuss intensity …
 
This week's guest is Kirei Yasunori. Kirei’s mission is building strong, healthy bodies. She has coached thosuands of students and clients during her lifetime career in fitness, martial arts and yoga. Kirei’s number one core value is real health. She is passionate about offering High Intensity Strength Training as a powerful anti aging tool. With a…
 
Body By Science, Mike Mentzer, Bruce Lee: what do these things have in common? Fitness researcher and pioneer John Little. Join us this week as we discuss the science underpinning our most prevalent beliefs about exercise. Some of our topics include: what's wrong with the state of exercise as we know it presently, why resistance training is the bes…
 
Join us with our guest and online client, David Kersten, as we discuss his experience working with TNT strength. Right now people are seeking connection more than ever. TNT private one-on-one strength sessions give the client and trainer an opportunity to come together, customize programming, and work towards individual fitness goals. TNT virtual s…
 
This week T.N.T. Strength brings you our first responders episode. Strength, conditioning, and nutrition, as well as stress prevention and management are critical for first responders to stay strong, healthy, and safe. We're thrilled to be joined by full-time firefighter Jason Klofstad and full-time police officer Pete Almeida as we discuss strateg…
 
In this episode we are joined by Iliana Stoilova, co-founder of X-Force Body in south Tampa, Florida. We learn why X-Force is scientifically proven to be one of the fastest, most efficient, fat loss and muscle gain programs in the world. We discuss the unique X-Force Body machines and their patented “tilting” weight stack which allows for a 40% hea…
 
This week our guest is Brian Murray, M.Ed. - Exercise Physiologist - Director of Clinical Research for ViiV Fitness. Join us as we discuss how a motionless total-body maximum intensity strength training workout stimulates new muscle and bone growth and can be completed in under 5 minutes. With a motionless protocol, you can stimulate strength and s…
 
In this episode we are joined in the basement by Luke Carlson. Luke is CEO and founder of Discover Strength, a successful evidence-based training organization specializing in personalized strength training for busy professionals. He is a practitioner, speaker, and author on strength training and science-based exercise programs. Luke reveals his sec…
 
Constance Young is a beef farmer who is dedicated to producing beef in a way that prioritizes the planet, people, animals, and progress. Numerous proven sustainability practices are utilized throughout each and every step of the "pasture-to-plate" process that contribute to the way her beef is responsibly raised today. Reach Connie at otsquagocreek…
 
In this week's episode we are joined by Conor Heffernan, Ph.D. Conor's research interests include physical culture, Irish and British history, gender history, political history and the history of medicine. Conor has published articles in Women's History Review, the International Journal of the History of Sport Irish Studies Review, Sport in History…
 
In this episode we meet Simon Shawcross, founder and director of HITuni, an e-learning provider that specializes in delivering courses on high intensity training (HIT) and evidence based fitness. Simon shares his passion for HIT and the positive impact that exercise has on people's lives that has driven him to dedicate the last seven years to devel…
 
What if there were just a 1% chance that we could actually protect you, your athlete / child from the physical and cognitive damage of concussions? In this episode we are joined by Dr. Ralph Cornwell Jr, exercise physiologist and a researcher as we discuss the importance of a low-volume, time-efficient approach of progressive strength training for …
 
Strength training is a safe and beneficial activity for adults of all ages. Current research has demonstrated that strength-training exercises have the ability to combat weakness and frailty and their debilitating consequences. Join us as we discuss how older adults can quickly, safely and efficiently rebuild muscles that have atrophied from years …
 
Matt Brzycki is the assistant director of campus recreation & fitness at Princeton University with over 35 years of experience as a strength coach. He is the author of many books including Maximize Your Training and A Practical Approach to Strength Training. In this interview Matt takes us back to his roots as a disciple of Dan Riley and talks abou…
 
Dr. Ken Berry M.D. is a Tennessee-based family physician and author of Lies My Doctor Told Me. In over 20 years of private practice Dr. Berry has gone through a personal physical transformation and has helped change the lives of a countless number of his patients. Dr. Berry advocates a ketogenic diet he terms, "The Proper Human Diet," as a means of…
 
Verdale Benson, a.k.a. "Ninja V," is a physician's assistant, a decorated Afghanistan war veteran, and three-time American Ninja Warrior competitor. His training motto is, "Sweat more in practice, bleed less in battle." In this episode we talk about intermittent fasting, transitioning from a plant-based diet to an animal-based diet, and what it tak…
 
Bill DeSimone is the creator of Joint-Friendly Fitness and the owner of Optimal Exercise in Cranbury, New Jersey. He has been a personal trainer since 1983 and is a prolific lecturer, presenter, and author. In this episode Bill regales us with anecdotes about his original book, Moment Arm Exercise, the value of being "HIT-influenced" rather than a …
 
Dr. James Fisher Ph.D is a researcher and senior lecturer at Southampton Solent University in the UK. His research centers around resistance training and he is a frequent speaker at the Resistance Exercise Conference. In this episode we cover pre-exhaust techniques, exercise variety for unaccustomed stimulus, physiological adaptations to strength t…
 
Mike Bonar is a licensed clinical social worker with 25 years of experience, currently working at Stanford Health Care. He is also the man that introduced Liam Bauer to strength training more than 30 years ago. In this episode we talk with Mike about his experience training with Power Factor, how to mitigate stress during a pandemic, and the neurol…
 
Logan Herlihy is a personal trainer for Discover Strength in Minneaplis, MN, and the author of the book How 2 Look Good Naked: The Least Amount of Effort, To Look The Best With Your Clothes Off. In this interview we dig into Logan's experience as an employee of Discover Strength, his evolution from bro science trainer to evidence-based expert, how …
 
Many fitness professionals were shut down and forced online because of Covid. But was online training actually for the best? Online business expert Pete Sisco (episode #33) joins us again to talk online training strategies to successfully navigate the Covid strength training world. Visit Pete online at https://www.precisiontraining.com/ for his tra…
 
This episode features a panel of Diana Del Garbino from Muscles in Motion in Lake Oswego, Oregon, Luke Carlson from Discover Strength in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and Dwayne Wimmer from Vertex Fitness in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This discussion covers practices for mental health, mixing elements of HIT training and conventional high-volume trainin…
 
Dennis Mangan is a reformed vegan and microbiologist. After dealing with chronic fatigue syndrome for years he made some significant dietary changes and changed his life permanently. Now he publishes books like Dumping Iron and coaches clients at Roguehealthandfitness.com. In this episode we dive deep on nutrition with veganism, optimal foraging th…
 
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