In 2015, Craig Ballantyne, the creator of Turbulence Training, asked me to join him in writing The Great Cardio Myth, a book that examines what the exercise research of the past 60 years has really been telling us, and how it’s been misinterpreted and distorted.
I didn’t think twice about getting on board.
Our publisher loved the idea, we got the contract, and within one year, we were handing in a complete manuscript. We packed it with research that shows cardio isn’t all it’s cracked up to be, and strength training and short-burst workouts are in many ways far superior. Our editor joked that that this book could have been my master’s thesis (I cite 300 studies, and yes, I read them all!).
I’ll be posting some teasers from the book soon (once I finish my “other” master’s thesis), but for now, here’s a link to the book on Amazon.