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Health and Strength Conference 2016 Presenter Interviews

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Logan Christopher

How to Use Hypnosis for Fitness and Strength

Simple and Advanced Hypnosis Methods for Instant Strength Gains, Body Transformation and More

  • In your experience, what is the biggest misconception people have about using the mind to improve their physical performance?
  • You've had a ton of experience now training people to get instant gains in strength just by using their mind. Can you give us a couple of examples of what some of your clients have achieved?
  • What are the three most important qualities someone needs to bring to the table to be successful in harnessing the power of their mind to enhance their strength?
  • What was the original trigger event that set you on the "mental mastery" path?
  • You are becoming a iconic figure in the strength world, but you appear to be very open to improving your own skills by learning from others. Who do you turn to to refine your own game?

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Andrea Du Cane

Secrets of the Windmill

A Deep Dive into the Athletic Benefits of This Remarkable Yet Under-Utilized Exercise

  • Why are you a big fan of the windmill, and why do you think we don’t normally hear about this exercise much?
  • One of your specialties is working with older populations. What are the three biggest challenges facing most athletes who are 50 + and what are your main strategies for dealing with those challenges?
  • You have taught and trained with kettlebells for 15 years now. What two benefits do you most value for yourself that you have gained from kettlebells?
  • You look to be in amazing shape! What else do you do to remain so youthful and energetic?
  • What three qualities are most important for someone to succeed as a fitness trainer—however you might define “success”?

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Rolando Garcia III

Relationship Before Results

The Art of Intrinsic Excellence—and how to teach your clients to find the drive within

  • What is the biggest misconception trainers have about what it takes to be successful in this business?
  • Why do you consider leadership to be such an important skill for a trainer to develop in order to get results for their clients?
  • In your experience, what do trainers struggle with the most, in regard to the 4 Core Competencies you discuss in Intrinsic Excellence? And how do you address that struggle for them?
  • What do you most look for as an indicator of likely future success, when hiring a new trainer?
  • You work in a high-end "corporate" training facility with some of the most affluent and powerful clients in the world. I imagine some folk must wonder how well your success methods might translate for the "little guy"—be it the lone wolf, so to speak, or the owner of a boutique gym with just a few employees. What would you say to them?

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Dan John

Strength Training for the Elite Athlete

  • In your experience, what is the biggest misconception trainers have about training elite athletes?
  • You've had a ton of experience training elite athletes. Can you elaborate on who these athletes have been, and what you see as some of the common denominators?
  • What are the three most important qualities an athlete should look for in their trainer?
  • What kinds of exercises/modalities/equipment have you found to give the highest yield in improving your athletes' performance?
  • You are a world-renowned coach, but you appear to be very open to improving your own skills by listening to others. Who do you turn to, to refine your own game?

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Danny Kavadlo

How to Train and Coach Your Way to Pull-Up Greatness

Plateau-Busting Tips and Proven Strategies from a Modern Day Calisthenics Master

  • What do you see as the biggest stumbling block clients face when attempting to progress in the pull-up?
  • Why do most women traditionally avoid pull-ups—and how do you handle that fear with those female clients?
  • What are the three biggest advantages to training pull-ups?
  • You are going to be discussing Street Workout during your presentation. How would you describe Street Workout and how does it relate to your own bodyweight practice?
  • The title of one of your books is Everybody Needs Training. In other words, everyone needs a coach. Who do you turn to to refine your own game?

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Phil Ross

How to Attract Your Optimal Client Mix—and Retain Them Year After Year…

  • What is the biggest mistake you see most personal trainers make when they target potential clients?
  • What is the biggest secret for keeping your clients loyal to you in the long-term?
  • In terms of observable, sustainable results for your clients what would you say are your five favorite exercises that have most contributed to those results?
  • Private lessons or group classes? What’s working for you and why?
  • You have a book coming out soon with Dragon Door called Ferocious Fitness. Sounds intense! What’s it about and who is it for?

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Max Shank

Ultimate Program Design for Maximum Efficiency (in and out of the gym)

  • What is the biggest mistake most trainers make when putting together training programs for their clients?
  • We know you place a premium on coaching good movement. What are the three best ways to enhance your movement quality?
  • Mobility. Flexibility. Stretching. How do these related modalities contribute to the development of ultimate athleticism?
  • You are a huge proponent of the micro-workout concept. What are the particular benefits from this approach? And any caveats?
  • Because of your own athletic accomplishments, many people only half-jokingly refer to you as a "freak of nature." As a kid though, you were relatively weak. What—more than anything else—has made the difference for you in your journey to a model of high-level, all-around athleticism?

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