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Edication and certifications: B.S. in Exercise Science, (1989) Seattle Pacific University; CSCS (Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist), 1996 NSCA; CPR; AED; First Aid. Experience: PJ started personal training in 1987, and grew his business for the following 11 years, training clients out of their homes and local area gyms. With these clients’ help as test subjects, PJ invented his “multi-protocol” concept and refined it through 1998 when he formally introduced it to the X Gym. PJ still spends hours each week studying the current research to further improve the X Gym methods. He has been a guest expert on TV, has hosted his own call-in talk show on KKOL and KVI radio and has authored many works including local and national media articles and two books on health and fitness. His co-author contribution to the book 101 Great Ways to Improve Your Health helped make it a best seller. Another book he co-authored, “What You Need to Know About Muscle Building: 10 Top Trainers Q & A Sessions,” is another success. PJ’s main work is his own book, “Cracking Your Calorie Code” available on Amazon.com. This book is a brain dump of much of what PJ has learned over the years, through the extensive research he has done in the fields of exercise science, nutrition science, and brain science. PJ’s workout DVD, “X Gym Workout Protocol #1” is also a hot seller, designed to introduce non-X Gym clients to the unique concepts he has developed. PJ has been selected as one of the top fitness bloggers by several different rating sites. He continues to create free content for people through this blog at pjfit.com(see his full bio there), his various X Gym blogs, and his personal blog and website BeegeAndPeege.com, including a Brain Type Test he developed to help people find their own tips, tricks, shortcuts, and hacks for faster health and fitness based on their unique brain wiring. Some of PJ’s other interests include God, his two teenagers, flying float planes as a private pilot, and inventing healthy recipes that taste amazing (see hardbodcafe.com). He has also competed in stair climb races (called tower running), one of the most grueling sports on the planet, earning a rank among the top 10 tower runners in the USA for 5 years straight before backing off tower running in 2014 to devote more time to the online X Gym model. PJ is also a world record holder along with his other 3 teammates, where they climbed 123,480 steps, 76,440 vertical feet and 5,880 floors in 24 hours (details on facebook.com/EpicClimb).
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