Are Weight Lifting and Cardio a Waste of Time?
Is cardio getting in the way of your fat loss goals?
And do we really need things to be a struggle in order to prove that we’re smart, special, or strong?
Dr. John Jaquish is a scientist, inventor, and author of Weight Lifting is a Waste of Time: So is Cardio, and There’s a Better Way to Have the Body You Want. He’s very outspoken about how the fitness industry is a failure, and he believes he has the scientific data to back up his claims.
He invented the X3 home fitness product which can fit in a bag. He claims that, along with an unconventional diet, by using this thing for only 10 minutes a day you can have the body of someone who spends hours in the gym every week.
Full disclosure: I don’t own the X3 product at this time, and I was not compensated in any way for conducting this interview.
In this interview:
- Why is weight lifting a waste of time from scientific perspective?
- How does cardio keep you fat?
- Why “no pain, no gain” is outdated
- Why muscle soreness has nothing to do with a “good” workout
- The 99% failure rate of the fitness industry
- A complete workout in only ten minutes?
- Why some folks make life harder than it needs to be
- Eating 4 steaks everyday
- Working with Tony Robbins on OsteoStrong
- How to knock a deer out of your garden
About John Jaquish
SCIENTIST, AUTHOR, INVENTOR
John Jaquish, PhD. has spent years researching and developing improved approaches to health. He is the inventor of the most effective bone density building medical technology which is now partnered with Tony Robbins and OsteoStrong for rapid clinic deployment.
Inventor of X3, a technology that is proven to develop muscle much faster than conventional weight lifting, all with the lowest risk of joint injury, Dr. Jaquish methods are used in training the world’s most elite athletes and associations such as the entire Miami Heat organization, various NFL and NBA players, as well as Olympians.
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