Archive for the ‘Tom’s Interviews’ Category

November 1st, 2012

What Makes Muscles Grow?

What makes muscles grow? Brad Schoenfeld, author of The MAX Muscle Plan, answers this big question in our new, exclusive Burn the Fat Blog interview with Tom Venuto… Read on to discover what the latest research says about the mechanisms of muscle growth, how much hormones really affect the muscle building process, how to use periodization to gain the most muscle in the least time while avoiding injury and overtraining. plus much more…

July 22nd, 2011

How to Read Fitness Research, Part 2

I think we can all agree that when it comes to your training and nutrition programs, results in the real world are what count…  So why should you care about what the research world says? Why not  just hit the gym and keep doing more of  whatever is working?  Simple answer: You SHOULD keep doing what’s working for you! But…. If you don’t even have a basic understanding of how fitness research works, at best, you’ll have no idea  HOW you got  your results… and at worst, you’ll be doomed to a life of being confused, feeling conflicted and getting ripped off by fitness marketing hype. Read on for part 2 of my fitness research interview with Mark Young and discover the shortcuts that will protect you from being a victim of fitness scams and allow you to think for yourself in today’s confusing  diet and exercise world…

July 18th, 2011

How To Read Fitness Research

How valuable and time-saving would it be if you could: 1) instantly spot a diet or supplement scam, 2) fact-check any article, advertisement or news story for accuracy by yourself, 3) look like a genius in any debate or discussion about fitness myths, 4) cut right through internet information overload with razor-sharp critical thinking? If you learn this one skill – how to read fitness research – that’s exactly what you’ll be able to do… Learn how in this 2 part interview with Tom Venuto and Mark Young

November 10th, 2010

You Can Overcome Anything: An Inspiring Interview With Dougal MacDonald, Part 1

This harrowing true story of body transformation veteran Dougal MacDonald is a story of turning overwhelming adversity into magnificent triumph. As you start reading this interview, it will send shivers down your spine… and when you finish, it will inspire you to endeavor things you didn’t think were possible… It will make you pause and think about how it really is possible to be happy even after bad things happen… and realize that you can become physically strong again even after being struck down in the worst of ways. If you’ve ever been faced with any kind of health problem, accident or physical challenge, then this is an absolute must-read… [WARNING: graphic images]

November 6th, 2009

Gone Crazy About Food, Part 2

In part two of my interview with Leigh Peele, you’ll hear some surprising answers to important questions about what you eat, such as: Is there a conspiracy by the government and food companies to keep us sick and fat?, Are there any legitimate and serious concerns about chemicals or toxins in our food or are people just being paranoid?, How do we embrace food when most people have become so obsessive and fearful about what they eat?, Is it really possible to make healthy low calorie food taste delicious?, What should you do if you don’t know how to cook healthy delicious food? Plus a lot more….

November 5th, 2009

Gone Crazy About Food

Has the whole world gone crazy about food? Before you answer, consider this: Some people think that as long as you eat “clean”, you’ll lose weight and calories don’t matter. Some think that processed foods must be totally forbidden or you’ll never lose weight. Some think carbs make you fat. Some think you’re a bad person if you eat animals (and you’ll die of cancer too). Some people think that if you eat non-organic fruits and vegetables, you’ll grow three heads (and die of cancer too). Phew. Food is a touchy subject, and you’re bound to strike nerves of one kind or another when you discuss these issues.

May 20th, 2009

The”Fitness Skeptic”Interviews Tom Venuto

Coach Jamie Hale is a sports conditioning specialist, fitness author, independent researcher and nutrition consultant. His scientific and critical thinking approach has led him to be nicknamed, “The fitness skeptic”, as he is well known for tackling fitness myths and encouraging critical thinking and debate on all matters of diet and exercise. In this new feature, Jamie interviews me about my latest book, some of the favorites on my bookshelf, my favorite exercise and how I approach fitness skepticism and reading scientific research…

April 5th, 2009

What’s New In Muscle Building Nutrition&Supplementation, Part 2

In part two of my exclusive interview with bodybuilding and supplement expert Will Brink you’ll learn the latest recommendations for post-workout nutrition, protein secrets including the latest on whey protein and protein denaturation, waxy maize: is it the bomb for carbing up or just another overrated fad?, cardio for the bodybuilder vs the average Joe, and much more

March 31st, 2009

What’s New in Muscle-Building Nutrition&Supplementation: An Interview With Will Brink

Recent nutrition and supplement research has revealed countless discoveries that could dramatically improve your muscle-building results. Science has also uncovered new information disproving things that were once held as gospel in the bodybuilding world. In this exclusive interview, you will learn the latest news on fish oil versus flax oil for essential fats, what the science says about the new creatine formulas, keen insights into supplement research methods, the truth about optimal water intake and fat loss, the dairy product controversy and much more. Apply what you learn in this exclusive interview with Will Brink and I guarantee you will improve your muscle-building results while saving time and money on methods and products that just don’t work. Then, watch for part 2 coming soon!

December 26th, 2008

The “Measure” of Your Fat Loss Success