Jun 2, 2015
Steve Maxwell was the first man to teach kettlebell classes in the US, trains professional athletes from the Phillies, Dodgers, and Eagles, and was the first american to earn a black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu from Relson Gracie. Steve holds a Masters Degree in Exercise Science, owned and operated Maxercise Gym in Philadelphia for 16 years, and is a huge advocate of HIT as part of a comprehensive exercise regimen.
At 62, Steve is a physical specimen, and is a testament to how the human body can look, feel, and function in later life. Steve has learnt from some of the greatest health and fitness pioneers of the last century. He's been mentored by Dr Ellington Darden, Ken Hutchins, Arthur Jones, and Mike Mentzer.
Steve Maxwell is remarkable; he is a homeless and wondering nomad who carries everything he needs in a modest back pack whilst he travels the globe sharing his health and fitness wisdom. Ever since I saw Steve on London Real, he's been a big inspiration to me, and I hope he can be the same for you.
Get ready for some serious wisdom on exercise and nutrition!
This episode is sponsored by Hituni.com, providers of the best online courses in high intensity training. Whether you want to take their Full Personal Trainer Course or DIY HIT for Health Course, simply add the course you want to your shopping cart and enter the coupon code CW10 to get 10% off your purchase!
For all the show notes and resources, please go to http://www.15minutecorporatewarrior.com/pioneers/steve-maxwell/