Men’s Health, Men’s Fitness, Muscle & Strength writer & Personal Trainer Lee Boyce

In this episode of the Health, Fitness & Everything else podcast,

I was fortunate enough to have Lee Boyce on the show. Lee incorporates strength & conditioning different than anyone else I’ve ever met. Lee who articulates his training principals in what I find to be some of the most compelling articles on the Internet as a writer & master of strength and conditioning. Featured in Men’s Health, Men’s Fitness, Muscle & Fitness, Muscle & Strength, Oxygen, Esquire,, The Huffington Post, Men’s Journal, and T-Nation. Lee and I discuss the current status of the fitness industry. Current trends surrounding social media influences, online personal training and his relationship with some of the top strength and conditioning coaches in the NBA, NFL, NHL and much more. My hope for the audience here is to be able to identify the gimmicks in the industry. Therefore exposing the truth of what the intentions of this misleading information is all about. While it’s very easy to be a follower these days. The ones who actually seek real knowledge are thrown to the pits of the abyss of the internet.  All this fog, advertisements on nonsense of making a dollar as opposed to making a real change. We also discuss how it’s important to take a step back sometimes and recognize what our weak points are. Sometimes going back to the basics is really one of the best ways to help increase our strength.

We also chat over why people think that when it comes to fitness the need for searching for expert advice. It’s much different than any other profession, let me give you a quick example. You wouldn’t go to court without discussing matters with your attorney right?  We seek the knowledge and help of a lawyer to help us come up with a strategy. Yet with fitness it’s different because with this whole health & fitness thing we all think “Oh I got it”. “I don’t need guidance I’ve been exercising for years”. Yeah and you still look the same, perform bad sets, reps and have more muscle imbalances & musculoskeletal issues. But oh wait we forgot “You got this” this mentality is what drives people to opt out of seeking help from a professional fitness expert or trainer.

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About The Author

Jack Rousian is Entrepreneur & Business owner. The 28 year old Personal Trainer, Corrective Exercise Specialist, and Performance Enhancment specialist has been in the industry professionally for 10 years in Los Angeles, California. He is the founder of JRT Fitness a personal & athletic training service and is also a partner, CEO of Guardian Shield Insurance services, as well as a Patent holder. He is a blogger, and enjoys working on Startup Companies

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