Transform Your Physique!
P. J. Striet is the owner and operator of PJS Fitness & Performance, Inc. in Cincinnati, OH. For the last 4 years, he has developed, implemented and supervised personal fitness and performance programs for over 100 clients-consistently logging 60+ individual weekly workouts-ranging from the high caliber competitive athlete to the corporate executive. He trains his clients at three premier private training facilities owned by his friend, mentor, and former business partner Ted Lambrinides, Ph.D.
Prior to starting his own business, P. J. received his degrees in Exercise Physiology and Health Appraisal & Enhancement from Miami University in Oxford, OH, where he also served as a member of the strength and conditioning staff as an intern. Upon graduation from Miami, and prior to entering the personal training field, P. J. performed an internship at Notre Dame under the guidance of strength coaches Mickey Marotti (Currently at the University of Florida) and Aaron Hillmann (currently at Bowling Green State University). Most importantly, P. J. has been strength training, personally, for 13 years and genuinely loves the activity: when he gives advice, he speaks from experience and DOING...not from reading a mail order personal training certification manual or a thread on an internet chat board.
Douglas Scott, BS, CSCS, is the Fitness Coordinator at The Pingry School in Martinsville, New Jersey. His duties include designing and implementing strength and conditioning programs for all of the schools 28 athletic teams. In addition he works along side of the athletic trainers to strengthen injured athletes before returning to play. Mr. Scott also a member of the Physical Education department as well as an adjunct Anatomy and Physiology teacher. "Finding teachable moments" is the key to promoting physical activity.
In addition to being a full time educator, Douglas also is partners in a small personal training business which deals with clients of all ages and ability levels. Douglas has also had several articles published in various publications. One of the more popular is the High Performance Training Newsletter.
Mr. Scott received his Bachelor of Science degree in physical education, with a concentration in exercise sciences, from East Stroudsburg University in 1998. Mr. Scott is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Douglas and his wife, Kimberly, reside in Roselle Park, New Jersey, with their daughter, Emily.
Patrick Self has been involved in athletics and weight training for close to 20 years. He has a B.S. in Exercise Science and Wellness, as well as ACSM certification as a Health and Fitness Instructor. He currently serves as a Wellness Consultant/Fitness Trainer. Patrick draws onhis accomplishments and experiences being a bonafide hardgainer and general "genetic mess" to get people to work as hard as they can with what they have.
Sunir Jossan, M.S. Superslow Certified. Sunir has been working as an Exercise Physiologist for the Federal Government for over 16 years. He has extensive knowledge of HIT training, Superslow, and the proper bio-mechanics of exercise and equipment design. Sunir consults with a variety of strength coaches at the collegiate level as well as the NFL. Sunir also runs a small personal training business on the side, and writes for the HPT newsletter.
Jim has been battling the iron for over 30 years. A former high school strength coach and lifetime lifting enthusiast, he has contributed over 100 articles to Cyberpump! In his "Weekend Warrior" column he has detailed his transition from years of high volume training insanity, to his current philosophy of heavy, infrequent, sensible training. As a big proponent both strength AND HEALTH, Jim wants to share his experiences, both good and bad with Cyberpump! readers.
Grinding out over two decades worth of driving and lowering loaded bars, John Leschinski knows weights. He's definitely earned a platform when it comes to training talk. John currently serves as Director of the U.S. office of CS Publishing. (Publisher of such training classics as "BRAWN," "The Insider's Tell-All Handbook on Weight-Training Technique," and the magazine Hardgainer.)
Having written numerous articles for Hardgainer and MuscleMag International, John would like to help other trainees find solutions to their training snags. He is especially enthusiastic about sparing beginners and hardgainers wasted months and years of ineffective training.
Jim Bryan has been involved in strength training for 47 years. He's competed in Olympic lifting, Odd Lifts, Powerlifting, and Bodybuilding. He's run college strength training programs. Jim has also served as a judge in both Olympic Lifting and Powerlifting. He currently is a judge for Strong Man. He's a former Boxing and Muay Thai trainer. He holds certifications in various Martial Arts. He has strength training certifications with the NFPT and is NCCA approved. Jim was an early trainee of Arthur Jones. He currently runs a private strength coaching and conditioning business.
Bill Piche started lifting in 1979. He competed in powerlifting from 1981 to 1993. In 1989, he pulled a triple bodyweight deadlift of 600lbs that ranked 49th in the nation in the American Drug Free Powerlifting Association that year in the 198lb class. He's the creator of the Cyberpump network and has a regular column entitled "How to Transform Your Physique" on Cyberpump. Bill has written numerous articles for various publications (HARDGAINER, MILO, Powerlifting USA, Monster Muscle, Hardtraining Newsletter, Master Trainer Newsletter). He's contributed a chapter to the book "Maximize Your Training" and is the author of "The KTA Program". He's also a Certified Captain of Crush.
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