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High Intensity Business

High Intensity Business (formerly Corporate Warrior) is a high intensity strength training podcast designed to help HIT enthusiasts to achieve their fitness goals and HIT business owners and personal trainers to build a successful HIT business. The podcast helps individuals and personal trainers to optimise results for themselves and their clients with evidence-based information on exercise, diet, and lifestyle. Moreover, the podcast explores every aspect of starting and growing a high intensity training business including personal training, sales, marketing, operations, hiring, retention, pricing and packaging, financial management, exercise equipment, leadership, productivity, and much more. Previous guests include Dr Doug McGuff, Drew Baye, Skyler Tanner, Fred Hahn, James Fisher PhD, James Steele PhD, Luke Carlson, Adam Zickerman, Kyle Recchia, Adrian Antigua, Bill Crawford, Dorian Yates, Simon Melov PhD, Roger Schwab, Robb Wolf, Mark Sisson, Steve Maxwell, and many, many more.

Apr 21, 2019

Jay Vincent is a nationally recognized personal trainer, health coach, and professional fitness model. As the owner of BioFit (two locations in New York), Jay’s mission is to instruct highly effective, time efficient, and safe exercises for people of all ages, goals, and physical conditions. Jay has been featured on many popular podcasts, magazines, and has modelled for popular athletic companies such as Under Armour and MuscleTech.

This is Jay’s fourth appearance on the podcast. Check out his previous episodes here:

In this episode, Jay talks about his latest views on how to get the most out of high intensity training, how to attract seniors to your HIT Business, how to close more initial consultations, and much, much more.

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