About Joe Starks

Joe Starks Joe is a world-class coach who still enjoys outperforming his athletes. A golden medalist and fitness model in his youth, he became a personal trainer in his late 20s. He is a certified fitness coach and possesses a MSc in food science and technology. Joe’s dedication to fitness has secured him an ageless physique and the power to guide anyone to realize their fitness goals. Joe teaches professional athletes and newbies alike the secrets of correct training and right dieting that build champions. Throughout his career, Joe has studied the human anatomy and metabolism in depth, allowing him to boost his own and his athletes’ results in ways most other trainers largely ignore. He believes in providing no-BS, accurate information on everything fitness-related. In recent years, Joe has been frequently challenging other experts to adopt a more down-to-earth and honest, hype-free approach to fitness and well-being.

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Working Out and Pregnancy

April 14th, 2014 | by Joe Starks

Exercising during those special nine months is not a clear cut matter. There are dangers with some choices of exercise

Athletic Science: Sweating

April 6th, 2014 | by Joe Starks

Sweating, also known as Perspiration is a natural reaction of our bodies to various factors, both environmental and internal. Exercising

Exercise Spotlight: Fencing

April 4th, 2014 | by Joe Starks

Fencing is arguably one of the most elegant and sophisticated sports. It has a romantic side, reminding us of medieval

Athletic Science: Metabolism

March 24th, 2014 | by Joe Starks

We often hear the word metabolism uttered as an excuse. Some overweight people believe that the reason they are heavy

Athletic Science: Heart Rate

March 22nd, 2014 | by Joe Starks

When exercising without a lot of equipment and tests, measuring our heart rate is the easiest way to determine whether

Exercise Spotlight: Karate

March 20th, 2014 | by Joe Starks

Karate is an ancient sport. Its roots can be found in the teachings of Daruma, the founder of Zen Buddhism

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