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Gymchat 219 – Assessing Current Fitness Trends (Adam Klymkiw)
Written By : Scott Bird

Some things work extremely well; others, not so much. When it comes to the world of fitness, how do you distinguish one from the other?
Covering this one – including a close look at several areas which are popular right now – is Personal Trainer Adam Klymkiw; joined by Strongman & Personal Trainer Josh Hewett. If you’ve got questions for Adam & Josh, just swing by the event page for this Gymchat (during the discussion itself). Details below.


Details –
Who : Personal Trainer Adam Klymkiw and Strongman & Personal Trainer Josh Hewett
Topic : Assessing Current Fitness Trends
When : Wednesday Oct 16, 9:00pm EDT (the Event page shows what time that is in your local timezone)
How : Watch the live stream, and ask questions, directly on the Event page. We’ll also post the video below as soon as the Gymchat begins.


Previously : In Gymchat 218 we talked about Alternative Approaches to Exercise Prescription with Josh Hewett and Matthew Palfrey. Great discussion.
If you missed the live stream (or just want to go over a particular point again), you can watch the entire video here.


Coming Up : In upcoming Gymchats we’ll be talking to Mike ‘The Machine‘ Bruce, Al Kavadlo and many, many others. Full details shortly.
If you’d like to suggest a topic for a future discussion – or volunteer to be interviewed on the show – just drop us a line. Cheers.

Over to you. Drop us a line on Twitter ( @scottbird ), or add a comment below.

Cheers.

 

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Written By Scott Bird
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