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Gregg Hoffman

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My name is Gregg Hoffman, and I have been a personal trainer for 23 years. During that time, I have owned and operated 2 personal training studios, had affiliate teaching programs with both Heritage College and Emily Griffith Opportunity college in Denver, hired and trained over 100 personal trainers, and have personally trained over 500 clients. I also have been named one of the top 100 trainers in America according to Men's Journal, December 2004 (a great honor!). I have been certified by the American Council on Exercise for 17 years, and have studied under Paul Chek (the C.H.E.K institute) and I have been strongly influenced by Dr. Ellington Darden and his High Intensity training approach. I have developed and teach an exercise program called the HYSTRENGTH(sm) training program that only takes 90 minutes a week for optimal health.

Update as of 01/01/2012. For the last 4 years I have studied economics. I have examined the theories advanced by Keynes, Milton Friedman, and Ludwig Von Mises. I would describe myself as a free market, anarcho capitalist libertarian. I am writing articles that explain these views. I will publish them here on Hubpages.

I do online fitness coaching. If you find my fitness articles interesting and would like to try the Hystrength program, click on the link provided.

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  • Proven Stratgies for Losing Cellulite

    Proven Stratgies for Losing Cellulite

    19 months ago

    Cellulite is not an unusual phenomena. It is simply excess fat pushing up against the skin that has a weak fibrous structure. The proper exercise and diet plan can greatly diminish cellulite.

  • Visceral Fat: The Hidden Menace

    Visceral Fat: The Hidden Menace

    11 months ago

    We are well aware of subcutaneous fat, for it is easy to see and you can pinch it with your fingers. It sits just below the skin and covers the definition of your muscles. The less subcutaneous fat you have, the more...

  • Fractional Reserve Banking: Engine for Economic Growth or Fraud?

    Fractional Reserve Banking: Engine for Economic Growth or Fraud?

    4 years ago

    The cornerstone of our monetary is based on fractional banking. This, along with the Federal Reserve (I will discuss the Federal Reserve in another article) play an important role in the value of our money, the dollar....

  • Shredded Abs: Myths and Realities

    Shredded Abs: Myths and Realities

    2 years ago

    There are many myths and half truths about how to get a great looking mid-section. The bottom line is you have to commit to getting good abs. These are the techniques I found that works

  • Strength Training and Meditation

    Strength Training and Meditation

    17 months ago

    Yoga is not the only exercise discipline that can help you reach a meditative state. Strength can do that as well. I explain my strength training/meditation approach in this article.

  • Yoga vs Strength Training

    Yoga vs Strength Training

    2 years ago

    There is a lot of confusion as to what the true benefits are from yoga. Many yoga instructors insist that all you need is to do yoga for all of your health and fitness needs. Some of the claims are: Increased tone...

  • Strength Training: How Many Sets Do You Need?

    Strength Training: How Many Sets Do You Need?

    2 years ago

    If you ask a fair amount of strength training gurus the question: How many sets per body part do I need for the best gains in strength and muscle shape? You will get many answers ranging from one set to as many as...

  • Proper Exercise Form: The Lat Pulldown

    Proper Exercise Form: The Lat Pulldown

    23 months ago

    The Lat Pull-down is a great exercise tho strengthen and develop the upper back muscles. Improper form, however, can lead to elbow tendinitis or shoulder injuries.

  • The science of core training, Part 1

    The science of core training, Part 1

    5 years ago

    In years past, athletic trainers rarely focused on training the muscles of the torso, and when they did, they focused predominantly the Rectus Abdominus muscle. In so doing, most of the exercises involved some form of...