Adele & Green Interview
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About This Episode
CEO of iSatori Technologies, Stephen Adele.
Stephen Adele, at only 33 years old, has been helping individuals from all walks of life create measurable results in their physiques and performance over the last 15 years and has rapidly become a respected authority.
He has published numerous articles for magazines around the world, been quoted in several trade publications, appeared on radio shows, conducted seminars around the globe, and is the CEO of the prestigious supplement manufacturer, iSatori Technologies.
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Stephen now also shares his insights, expertise, and inside connections in two of the fastest growing publications in the industry, Real SOLUTIONS email newsletter and Real SOLUTIONS magazine.
He has recently co-authored the Consumer Guide's 7 Never-Before-Told Secrets Everyone Should Know Before Buying Supplements, as well as The 21-Day Ultimate Energy Plan, The Lean System Success Plan, and MAXIMUM GROWTH, Volume II.
University Professor & Doctor, Avery Faigenbaum, Ed.D.
Robin Green, CSCS, LMT, CPTS has been in the health and fitness field for almost 15 years as a massage therapist and strength and conditioning coach. Although she focuses on working with endurance athletes, her clients include men and women of all ages and athletic goals.
Robin attended SUNY at Albany and after graduating with a degree in finance, worked in the family retail business until moving to Florida. In 1992, she decided to change her career and become a licensed massage therapist. Robin began cycling and competing in local triathlons in 1997 and her clientele soon included many of the athletes that she was training with and racing against.
Prescribing exercise and stretch routines to rehab the injuries she was treating was steadily becoming a bigger part of each massage appointment. Training for triathlons and other distance events offered her a unique understanding of the overuse injuries commonly seen among many endurance athletes.
Robin decided to go back to school for exercise physiology and is now a certified strength and conditioning coach with the NSCA (National Strength and Conditioning Association) as well as a Health Fitness Instructor with the American College of Sports Medicine.
| What Does NSCA Stand For?
National Strength And Conditioning Association [link].