Jamie Hale

Background

Jamie Hale is Sports Conditioning Coach, author, outdoor enthusiast, fitness and nutrition consultant. He has contributed to numerous exercise and sports publications (nationally and internationally). He has authored six books. Jamie is a member of the World Marital Arts Hall of Fame in recognition of his conditioning work with Martial Artists. He is considered by most in the fitness industry as a specialist in agility and comprehensive fitness training. He is also known for his ability to get bodybuilders lean and dry as a bone for competition. To learn more abut Jamie visit his website at www.maxcondition.com. He is available for seminars and camps as well. Jamie can be reached by phone at 859-737-2753.

What people are saying about Jamie Hale's products:

"This book is a must in any practitioner or enthusiast's library. It's the most in-depth work I've read on the subject." -Alan Aragon, author of Girth Control: The Science of Fat Loss and Muscle Gain, nutritional counselor, continuing education provider (www.alanaragon.com)

"I'm very impressed with your book and with your knowledge about the science of protein nutrition. It's great to know that there is someone else advising people on the basis of scientific research rather than canned recommendations." -Gerda Endemann, PhD, author of Fat Is Not The Enemy (www.healthyfat.com)

"One of the most useful books and tools you will ever find on the topic of protein. An excellent collection of facts outlined in detail. Very highly recommended to athletes, who will find this book an incredible study. In simple terms.it's the perfect guide to everything you need to know about protein." -MMA Sports Magazine

"One of the best trainers in the USA." -Gary Bliss, editor Massive Lifestyles magazine

For more info on Jamie Hale, please visit his "About Jamie" page.

Accomplishments: Bachelor's degree, Certified ISSA Trainer, USA Amateur Boxing judge, Owner of MaxCondition Sports Conditioning and Winchester Golden Gloves Boxing, Founder of the Steel Sledge (strength equipment), Mixed Martial Arts Co-Promoter, Author of MaxCondition For Sports Performance.

Jamie's accomplishments are too numerous to list here, so please visit his website for a full list.

Articles

  • Is Organic Food Really Safe? The Real Story!

    I will take you back to the early 20th century where the fundamental ideas of organic farming were born, through the present day.

  • 3 Fat Loss Nutrition Tips To Blast Fat!

    A diet that results in calorie deficit does not necessarily mean a quality diet, but it does mean weight loss. In my opinion all quality diets share some characteristics. Why is that?

  • 6 Popular Diets That Could Help You Today!

    Which diets will work for you? In this review I will give a brief explanation of some of the most popular diets today. After reading the review you will be able to decide which plans are for you.

  • Casein Or Whey? Benefits & Disadvantages Everyone Should Know!

    There seems to be a great deal of controversy over which one is better. From the following information you can see that each offers distinct advantages. Here's information that directly compares casein and whey.

  • Proper Sprint Mechanics

    Proper sprint mechanics will lead to better conditioning and cause less injury.

  • Proper Warm-Up To Enhance Performance.

    Warming up, a phrase loosely thrown around by trainees across the world. A proper warm-up can go a long way in increasing the bodies ability to perform. Learn why most people don't warm-up correctly and how to fix it!

  • Juggernaut Training!

    Take your training to the upper limits of physical preparation with juggernaut training. In addition, to physical conditioning the preceding workout will build a tough as nails mental set.

  • Quickness Training.

    Training for quickness is not the same as training for absolute speed. Quickness relies heavily on immediate movement reactions. Think of quickness as the first phase of speed. Learn how to get quicker!

  • Real Strength Training For Boxers!

    Recently athletes from all sports have begun to realize the importance of weight training. So, why have boxers been reluctant to realize the importance of resistance training?

  • Size Means Strength?

    The basic idea presented in this article is there is a relationship between size and strength, but strength increases can occur due to other reasons. Just as size increase can occur with a non-linear strength increase.

  • Therapeutic Methods To Boost Recovery!

    Learn how massages, saunas, and stretching can be used to enhance recovery abilities!

  • Young Athletes And Weight Training

    Children training with weights have been taboo in the USA for centuries. We look at what real world observations, as well as sports science has to say about children and weight training.

  • Manipulating Your Hormones: Part 2.

    In part two, we will discuss specific hormones and their effects on the body. In this article the main concern is increasing endogenous mechanisms that result in growth hormone secretion.

  • Manipulating Your Hormones.

    Manipulating your hormones will help take advantage and ensure successful adaption, training, health and performance...