In this episode of The Discover Strength Podcast, Dr. James Fisher and I discuss some of the most pervasive strength training myths still prevalent in the exercise & fitness industry.
Dr. James Fisher is a senior lecturer and researcher at Solent University in the UK.
He has extensive experience with elite athletes, including coaching at the London 2012 Olympic games. He also has published a comprehensive range of peer-reviewed research publications with both clinical, asymptomatic, and elite populations.
Dr. Fisher has authored several funding bids and is an editor and reviewer for numerous high-impact journals.
He has been a key-note speaker at an array of academic and industry conferences, most notably a repeat keynote presenter at the Resistance Exercise Conference for 8 straight years!
He is on the board of directors for the Strength and Conditioning Society and has been a featured expert on television programs, podcasts, and webinars discussing his own research and other similar themes.
At present, his ambitions surround the progression and delivery of theoretical and practical knowledge for health, fitness, and sporting success, as well as enjoying time with his son, and trying to keep up with his wife on a bike.