I’ve been involved in the health and fitness community for 12 years. I started as the guy that cleaned up the weights, moved up to trainer, strength coach and now a PhD candidate investigating the effects of exercise on skeletal muscle. Despite my shift to the academic world, I’ve always remained grounded in the practice of strength. With significant experience in strength training, human anatomy, physiology and exercise science, I bring a healthy balance of the practical, theoretical and scientific aspects of exercise to my writing and training.
Feel free to connect with me on twitter, facebook, or head over to the contact page. I appreciate any feedback, article requests, training questions, etc. If you have some time, why not start reading the post that started it all.
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