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Welcome to «The Vault»…

If you’ve ever felt like you should be reading more, but just can’t find the time…

If you’ve ever picked up what you heard was a great book, only to be let down because you only found one or two decent takeaways…

If you’ve ever wished you could “upload” only the best information directly into your brain and skip the rest…

Then this will be the best resource you add to your arsenal this year!

 Now You Can Keep Your Industry Knowledge At The Leading Edge, Save Hours And Hours Of Valuable Time And Target ONLY The Books You Know Will Help You—And Your Clients—

The Most

 

Imagine having the most influential books on health, nutrition, training and fitness all summed up for you in one place…

It’s like accessing our industry’s own private «Cliff’s Notes»!

I’m going to guess you’ve experienced this before…

An influential name or researcher has a great concept you just heard about, something you believe has the potential to «move the needle» in your career, grow your business and improve the results you get with clients…

You log onto Amazon and order the book…

You wait…

When it arrives, you tear open the package and dive in…

By the time you’re finished the book, you feel like you got some useful info, but you had to wade through a LOT of fluff to get it…

The whole thing could have been boiled down to about 10 or 20 pages, not stretched out to 250…

Or even worse, you discover the content of a particular book doesn’t impact you at all, AFTER you’ve invested time and money reading it.

Those are hours you’ll never get back.

 Get the Book Summary Vault Today

How «The Vault» came to be…

Hi, my name is Igor Klibanov…and I read…  

A lot.

Honestly, it’s like my superpower.

When I started my fitness career, like most professionals, I wanted to become better and better at what I did.

Since I loved reading, I naturally used reading as my primary tool to get the job done.

But there’s a problem…

If there’s a downside to reading a lot, it’s this; over time, it can be tough to recall exactly where you read this great piece of information or that awesome article.

You just lose track.

To address this, I started doing things differently very early in the process.

I took extensive notes and created my own «synopsis system» of everything I read.

To date, I’ve compiled summaries for over 290+ books, journals, textbooks, 

That’s right.

And I’ve «digested» dozens and dozens of works for you.

But let me very clear.

These are not critiques or reviews!

 

Let’s face it, the «value» of anything you read depends entirely upon your interest level in the topic.

I don’t offer commentary.  

I summarize.

What I’ve done is boil it all down to the essentials…the stuff you REALLY want to remember, learn from and apply to your craft.

All the gems…none of the «fluff».

How valuable would it be to have summaries from authors such as:

    ✔ Charles Poliquin

    ✔Lyle McDonald

    ✔Brad Schoenfeld

    ✔Gray Cook

    ✔Paul Chek

    ✔Mike Boyle

    ✔Joel Jamieson

    ✔Mark Rippetoe

    ✔Matt Stone

    ✔Stuart McGill

    ✔Mel Siff

    ✔Mauro DiPasquale

    ✔Jonny Bowden

    ✔Fred Hatfield 

    ✔Dan John

    ✔Michael Colgan

    ✔Tim Ferriss

    ✔John Berardi

The list goes on and on…

Authors who confirm your beliefs and those who turn them upside down!

Authors you know…and some you don’t, but should.

The popular and the obscure.

The rebels and the revered.

They’re all here.

 

What are the topics?

I never limit my studies to one topic like «program design» or «weight loss».  

I read EVERYTHING across the spectrum. If I thought it could make me a better fitness professional, I got my hands on it.

As a result, here’s a partial list of the subject areas covered in The Vault:

 

  • Disease conditions
  • Sports performance 
  • Weight loss/gain
  • Muscle Mass gain
  • Transformation
  • Hormones
  • Nutrition and supplementation (LOTS of nutrition!)
  • Pain management 
  • And a lot more…

How it works…

«The Vault» may catch your eye because you want to improve as a health & fitness professional, or you may want to be certain your staff stays current and on the same page, so you can grow your business.

No matter what the reason, today is your chance to get your hands on what’s been called «the greatest value in education» for just $67.

 

 

NOTE:  This is NOT an annual fee.  This is a one-time charge for lifetime access.

Even though The Vault will be expanding each year.

Obviously, I’ll never stop reading. 

Right now, I’m not committing to any specific schedule, but I will be adding to this list regularly, moving forward.

You may be asking yourself, «Are these summaries worth $67?»

I invite you to try something…   

Pick just 7-8 of the 292 titles listed below and go on to Amazon.  

Type in the titles and then write down the price of each one.

Then do the math.

That alone should convince you of the scope and value of this resource.

Still need convincing?

Here’s what a typical sample looks like:

 

Nutritional Strategies for Fat Loss

By: Charles Poliquin

 

  • Poliquin performs a complete metabolic profile, which is blood and saliva tests looking at different factors like… are they metabolizing different amino acids, minerals, nutrients, etc., and do they have heavy metal accumulation.
  • Magnesium is poor for most people looking to lose fat.
  • Male non-athletes should be at 10% or less body fat.
  • Female non-athletes should be 16-20% body fat.
  • A person with a lean upper body, but fat legs could mean:
    • Too much estrogen
    • Poor estrogen metabolism
    • Improper ratios between estrogen-2, estrogen-4 and estrogen-16

Or this one…

The Women’s Book (notes)

By: Lyle McDonald and Eric Helms

  • The most dominant estrogen during pregnancy is estrone. 
  • The most dominant estrogen after menopause is estriol.
  • Estrogen has two different receptors: alpha and beta.
    • The receptors will have different effects, depending on which tissue it’s found in.
    • The estrogen receptors in the lower body (alpha-2 receptors) decrease the sensitivity of fat cells to fat-burning hormones.
  • Estrogen inhibits the storage of visceral fat.
  • Estrogen increases the activity of lipoprotein lipase (LPL), which is a fat storing enzyme.
    • Estrogen also increases fat storage in muscle, in the form of intramuscular triglycerides (IMTG). This improves women’s endurance performance.
    • During pregnancy and breastfeeding, lower body fat is much easier to burn, because it’s that fat that provides energy during this time.

Get the idea?

If you’re looking to make the best use of your valuable time…

If you want to have instant access to clear, succinct summaries of the most influential books in our industry…

If you want to be certain you and your staff are thoroughly versed on the most current topics in health and fitness…

If you’re tired of wading through pages and pages of “filler and fluff” in order to get to a few good takeaways…

If you’re not inclined to spend a few thousand dollars trying to amass this library, THEN start reading…

And if you have a thirst for knowledge, as I do…

“The Vault” can be your secret weapon!

See you on the inside,

Igor Klibanov 

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Please feel free to scan this growing list yourself…go ahead, I’ll wait

1.The Ketogenic Diet by Lyle McDonald

2.The Protein Book by Lyle McDonald

3.Bromocriptine by Lyle McDonald

4.The Rapid Fat Loss Handbook: A Scientific Approach to Crash Dieting by Lyle McDonald

5.The Ultimate Diet 2.0 by Lyle McDonald

6.A Guide to Flexible Dieting by Lyle McDonald

7.The Stubborn Fat Solution by Lyle McDonald

8.Forever Fat Loss by Ari Whitten

9.The Low Carb Myth by Ari Whitten

10. Super Joints by Pavel Tsatsouline

11. Naked Warrior by Pavel Tsatsouline

12. Relax Into Stretch by Pavel Tsatsouline

13. Power to the People by Pavel Tsatsouline

14. Power to the People Professional by Pavel Tsatsouline and Andy Bolton

15. Bulletproof Abs by Pavel Tsatsouline

16. Enter the Kettlebell by Pavel Tsatsouline

17. Kettlebell: Simple & Sinister by Pavel Tsatsouline

18. Easy Strength by Pavel Tsatsouline and Dan John

19. Theory and Application of Modern Strength and Power Methods by Christian Thibaudeau

20. The Black Book of Training Secrets by Christian Thibaudeau

21. High Threshold Muscle Building by Christian Thibaudeau

22. Caffeine for Sports Performance by Louise Burke, Ben Desbrow, and Lawrence Spriet

23. Nutritional Assessment of Athletes by Judy Driskell and Ira Wolinsky

24. Hormones in Muscular Activity by Atko Viru

25. Adaptation in Sports Training by Atko Viru

26. Sports Endocrinology by Michelle Warren and Naama Constantini

27. Balance Gym by the Z-Health team

28. Running for Women by Jason Karp and Carolyn Smith

29. Beyond Training: Mastering Endurance, Strength and Life by Ben Greenfield

30. Anthropometrica by Kevin Norton and Tim Olds

31. Smart Exercise: Burning Fat, Getting Fit by Covert Bailey

32. Nature’s Sports Pharmacy by Fred Hatfield

33. Nutrition and Enhanced Sports Performance by Debasis Bagchi

34. Dietary Protein and Resistance Exercise by Lonnie Lowery

35. Squat Every Day by Matt Perryman

36. Become a Supple Leopard by Kelly Starrett

37. Somatic Patterning by Mary Ann Foster

38. The Best Sports Training Book Ever by Dietrich-Heinz Buchenholz

39. Pressing Reset by Tim Anderson

40. The Diet Cure by Julia Ross

41. The Mood Cure by Julia Ross

42. Fix My Shoulder Pain Free by Rick Kaselj

43. Secrets of the Shoulder by Gray Cook

44. Secrets of the Hip & Knee by Gray Cook

45. Secrets of the Core – The Back Side by Gray Cook

46. Secrets of Primitive Patterns by Gray Cook

47. Movement: Functional Movement Systems by Gray Cook

48. Athletic Body in Balance by Gray Cook

49. The Right Protein for Muscle and Strength by Michael Colgan

50. Optimum Sports Nutrition by Michael Colgan

51. Beat Arthritis by Michael Colgan

52. Your Personal Vitamin Profile by Michael Colgan

53. The Flavonoid Revolution by Michael Colgan

54. The New Nutrition: Medicine for the Millennium by Michael Colgan

55. Antioxidants: The Real Story by Michael Colgan

56. Hormonal Health by Michael Colgan

57. Flexibility: A Concise Guide by Laurence Holt, Thomas Pelham and Jason Holt

58. Convict Conditioning by Paul Wade

59. Convict Conditioning 2 by Paul Wade

60. Ultimate Back Fitness and Performance by Stuart McGill

61. Low Back Disorders by Stuarts McGill

62. Transform! The Ultimate Fitness Solution by Phil Kaplan

63. Trunk Conditioning by Evan Osar

64. Living the Low Carb Life by Jonny Bowden

65. 150 Healthiest Foods on Earth by Jonny Bowden

66. The Fat Flush Plan by Ann Louise Gittleman

67. The Fat Flush Fitness Plan by Ann Louise Gittleman

68. Before the Change: Taking Charge of Your Perimenopause by Ann Louise Gittleman

69. Stability, Sport and Performance Movement by Joanne Elphinston

70. Taming the Carb Craving Monster by Sally Fallon

71. Scientific Core Conditioning by Paul Chek

72. Scientific Back Training by Paul Chek

73. Scientific Balance Training by Paul Chek

74. Special Strength Training: Manual for Coaches by Yuri and Natalia Verkhoshansky

75. Supertraining by Yuri Verkhoshansky and Mel Siff

76. The Writings of Yuri Verkhoshansky

77. The Metabolic Diet by Mauro DiPasquale

78. Amino Acids and Proteins for the Athletes by Mauro DiPasquale

79. The Sport Science of Elite Judo Athletes by Wayland Pulkkinen

80. Athletic Nutrition by Bob Rakowski

81. Female Athletes: Training for Success by Bob Troop

82. Essentials of Body Mechanics in Health and Disease by Joel Ernest Goldwait

83. Posture Makes Perfect by Victor Barker

84. Recovery: The Magic Ingredient of Any Training Program by Andrew Hamilton

85. The 4-Hour Body by Tim Ferriss

86. The Essentials of Sport and Exercise Nutrition by John Berardi and Ryan Andrews

87. Scrawny to Brawny by John Berardi and Michael Meija

88. Flex Effect by Deborah Crowley

89. The Nutrition Solution by Harold Kristal and James Haig

90. SportsVision: Training for Better Performance by Thomas Wilson and Jeff Falkel

91. Fat is Not Your Fault by Dr. Bryan Walsh

92. Run Faster: From 5K to the Marathon by Brad Hudson

93. Daniels’ Running Formula by Jack Daniels

94. Outsmarting the Midlife Fat Cell by Debra Waterhouse

95. Outsmarting the Female Fat Cell by Debra Waterhouse

96. Menopause Without Weight Gain by Debra Waterhouse

97. Triathlon – A Training Manual by Steve Trew

98. Metabolic Repair Manual by Leigh Peele

99. Egoscue Method of Health Through Motion by Peter Egoscue

100. Permanent Pain Cure by Ming Chew

101. Building the Gymnastic Body by Christopher Sommer

102. Advances in Functional Training by Mike Boyle

103. Functional Strength Coach, Vol. 1 by Mike Boyle

104. Functional Strength Coach, Vol. 2 by Mike Boyle

105. Functional Strength Coach, Vol. 3 by Mike Boyle

106. Explain Pain by David Butler

107. The Purposeful Primitive by Marty Gallagher

108. Principles and Basics of Advanced Athletic Training by Vladimir Issurin

109. Block Periodization: Breakthrough in Sports Training

110. Sports Vision: Vision Care for the Enhancement of Sports Performance by Graham Erickson

111. Science of Sports Training: How to Plan and Control Training for Peak Performance by Thomas Kurz

112. Stretching Scientifically by Thomas Kurz

113. Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle by Tom Venuto

114. Ultimate MMA Conditioning by Joel Jamieson

115. Underground Body Opus by Dan Duchaine

116. The Hormone Diet by Natasha Turner

117. Stretch to Win by Chris and Ann Frederick

118. Explosive Running by Michael Yessis

119. Sports Talent: How to Identify and Develop Outstanding Athletes by Jim Brown

120. The No Bull Speed Development Manual by Kelly Baggett

121. Principles of Sports Training by Dietrich Harre

122. Fundamentals of Sports Training by Lev Pavlovich Matveyev

123. The Vertical Jump Development Bible by Kelly Baggett

124. Athletic Development by Vern Gambetta

125. Core Performance Endurance by Mark Verstegen

126. Get Buffed by Ian King

127. Practical Programming for Strength Training by Mark Rippetoe

128. Starting Strength by Mark Rippetoe

129. Transfer of Training in Sports by Anatoly Bondarchuk

130. Facts and Fallacies of Fitness by Mel Siff

131. Science and Practice of Strength Training by Vladimir Zatsiorsky

132. Clinical Nutrition and Aging: Sarcopenia and Muscle Metabolism by Chad Cox

133. The Adrenal Reset Diet by Alan Christianson

134. Death by Calcium by Thomas Levy

135. Optimal Nutrition for Optimal Health by Thomas Levy

136. Salt Your Way to Health by David Brownstein

137. Overcoming Arthritis by David Brownstein

138. Too Little Salt by Sally Gething

139. Vitamin B12 Exposed by David Rainoshek

140. Why Isn’t My Brain Working by Datis Kharrazian

141. Why Do I Still Have Thyroid Symptoms? By Datis Kharrazian

142. Conquering Depression and Anxiety Through Exercise by Keith Johnsgard

143. Nutrition and Diet in Menopause by Caroline Hollins Martin, Ronald Ross Watson and Victor Preedy

144. The Promise of Sleep by William Dement

145. Take a Nap! Change Your Life by Mark Ehrman and Sara Mednick

146. Physical Activity and Mental Health by Angela Clow and Sarah Edmunds

147. Handbook of Dairy Foods and Nutrition by Gregory Miller, Judith Jarvis and Lois McBean

148. Using the Bowen Technique by John Wilks and Isobel Knight

149. The Megavitamin Formula by Andrew Saul

150. Training the Pregnant Client: A Healthy Special Population by Douglas Brooks

150. Training the Pregnant Client: A Healthy Special Population by Douglas Brooks

151. Exercise Physiology in Special Populations by John Buckley and Neil Spurway

152. Exercise and Disease Management by Brian Leutholtz and Ignacio Ripoll

153. Seeking Your Ancestral Diet by Interpreting Your Blood Chemistries by Hal Huggins

154. The Microbiome Diet by Raphael Kellman

155. Blood Chemistry and CBC Analysis by Dicken Weatherby and Scott Ferguson

156. Signs and Symptoms Analysis From a Functional Perspective by Dicken Weatherby

157. In-Office Lab Testing by Dicken Weatherby

158. Complete Practitioner’s Guide to Take-Home Testing by Dicken Weatherby

159. Probiotics and Prebiotics in Food, Nutrition and Health by Semih Otles

160. Supplements Exposed by Brian Clement

161. The Biology of Human Starvation by Ancel Keys, Josef Brozek, and Austin Henschel

162. Eating on the Wild Side by Jo Robinson

163. Primal Body, Primal Mind by Nora Gedgaudas

164. Assessing Neuromotor Readiness for Learning by Sally Goddard Blythe

165. How to Eat Away Arthritis by Lauri Aesoph

166. Integrated Back Rehabilitation by Chuck Wolf

167. Amino Revolution by Robert Erdmann

168. Everything You Need to Know About Enzymes by Tom Bohager

169. Bowen Unraveled by Julian Baker

170. The Beck Diet Solution by Judith Beck

171. The Sixty-Second Motivator by Jim Johnson

172. Switch: How to Change Things When Change is Hard by Chip and Dan Heath

173. Are Your Prescriptions Killing You? By Armon Neel and Bill Hogan

174. Screaming To Be Heard by Elizabeth Lee Vliet

175. Women, Weight and Hormones by Elizabeth Lee Vliet

176. The Detox Strategy by Brenda Watson

177. Dr. Bob’s Drugless Guide to Balancing Female Hormones by Robert DeMaria

178. Resistance Training for the Prevention and Treatment of Chronic Disease by William Kraemer and Joseph Ciccolo

179. The Disease Delusion by Jeffrey Bland

180. Discover Your Menopause Type by Joseph Collins

181. Hair Test Interpretation: Finding Hidden Toxicities by Andrew Hall Cutler

182. Unmasking Superfoods by Jennifer Sygo

183. Detox with Chelation Therapy by Jennifer Jolan

184. Genetic Heavy Metal Testing by Tara Lang Chapman

185. Clinical Natural Medicine Handbook by Chris Meletis

186. Plantar Fasciitis and Injuries by Rick Kaselj

187. The Meniscus Tear Solution by Rick Kaselj

188. Nutrition and Physical Activity in Inflammatory Disease

189. Diagnostic Testing and Functional Medicine by Ameer Rosic

190. What Your Doctor Doesn’t Know About Nutritional Medicine May be Killing You

191. The New Orthomolecular Nutrition by Abram Hoffer

192. Handbook of Drug-Nutrient Interactions by Joseph Boullatta and Vincent Armenti

193. Nutritional Strategies for Musculoskeletal Health by Robert Silverman

194. The Plan: Eliminate the Surprising “Healthy” Foods That Are Making You Fat and Lose Weight Fast by Lyn-Genet Guyenet

195. The Schwatzbein Principle II by Diana Schwartzbein

196. Staying Healthy With Nutrition by Elson Haas

197. Supplement Your Prescription by Hyla Cass

198. Read It Before You Eat It by Bonnie Taub-Dix

199. Do-It-Yourself Medical Testing by Cathey and Edward Pinckney

200. Solved: The Riddle of Weight Loss by Stephen Langer

201. Solved: The Riddle of Illness by Stephen Langer

202. Healthy Foods: Fact vs. Fiction by Myrna Goldstein and Mark Goldstein

203. Health at Every Size by Linda Bacon

204. 180 Degree Diabetes by Matt Stone

205. 180 Degree Metabolism by Matt Stone

206. 180 Degree Digestion by Matt Stone

207. Diet Recovery by Matt Stone

208. Diet Recovery 2 by Matt Stone

209. 12 Paleo Myths – Eat Better Than a Caveman by Matt Stone

210. Eat for Heat by Matt Stone

211. Motivational Interviewing in Healthcare by Stephen Rollnick, William Miller, Christopher Butler

212. Oxygenate Yourself: Breathe Less by Artour Rakhimov

213. Breathing Retraining Manual by Artour Rakhimov

214. The Buteyko Manual for Asthma by James Hooper

215. Nourishing Traditional Diets by Sally Fallon

216. Laboratory Evaluations by Alexander Bralley and Richard Lord

217. The Vitamin D Solution by Michael Holick

218. Health Miracles in Salt and Water by Fereydoon Batmanghelidj

219. Nutrition Made Simple by Robert Crayhon

220. Movements That Heal by Harald Blomberg

221. Earl Mindell’s New Vitamin Bible by Earl Mindell

222. Easing the Pain of Arthritis Naturally by Earl Mindell

223. The Paleo Diet by Loren Cordain

224. Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine by Michael Murray and Joseph Pizzorno

225. The Cortisol Connection by Shawn Talbott and William Kraemer

226. What the Drug Companies Won’t Tell You and Your Doctor Doesn’t Know by Michael Murray

227. How to Prevent and Treat Diabetes with Natural Medicine

228. Advanced Sports Nutrition by Daniel Benardot

229. The Enzyme Factor by Hiromi Shinya

230. Gut and Physiology Syndrome by Natasha Campbell-McBride

231. Whole Body Cleansing by Gaetano Morello

232. Why Stomach Acid is Good For You by Michael Murray

233. Lessons From the Miracle Doctors by Jon Barron

234. Healing Power of Exercise by Linn Goldberg and Diane Elliot

235. Muscular Retraining for Pain-Free Living by Craig Williamson

236. Maintaining Body Balance, Flexibility and Stability by Leon Chaitow

237. The Edge Effect by Eric Braverman

238. The Healing Nutrients Within by Eric Braverman

239. Somatics by Thomas Hanna

240. Dr. Bernstein’s Diabetes Solution by Richard Bernstein

241. Cracking the Metabolic Code by James Lavalle

242. Adrenal Fatigue by James Wilson

243. The Food Intolerance Bible by Antony Haynes and Antoinette Savill

244. Arthritis Rx by Vijay Vad

245. The Program for Better Vision by Martin Sussman

246. Parkinson’s Disease & The Art of Moving by John Argue

247. Stop Prediabetes Now by Jack Challem and Ron Hunninghake

248. 50 Diabetes Myths That Can Ruin Your Life and the 50 Diabetes Truths That Can Save It by Riva Greenberg

249. Feeling Fat, Fuzzy or Frazzled by Richard and Karilee Shames

250. Advanced Chronic Pain Solutions by American Posture Institute

251. Examine.com Nutrition Articles

252. Eat Wheat

253. Examine.com – The Definitive Guide to Whey Protein

254. Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis – Lifestyle Interventions for Finding and Treating the Root Cause

255. The Ultimate Guide to Red Light Therapy by Ari Whitten

256. The Dose Makes the Poison – A Plain Language Guide to Toxicology

257. Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Detoxification by Dr. Bryan Walsh

258. The Women’s Book by Lyle McDonald

259. Therapeutic Neuroscience Education by Adriaan Louw

260. How to Improve Overhead Shoulder Mobility by Mike Reinold

261. Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Glucose Regulation by Dr. Bryan Walsh

262. Strength & Conditioning Research – March 2015

263. Recovering From Training

264. The Eye Guide by the American Posture Institute

265. Optimal Nutrition for Injury Recovery by Lyle McDonald

266. Exercise and Chronic Disease by John Saxton

267. Sports Drinks: Basic Science and Practical Aspects

268. Metagenics Detoxification Seminar by Deanna Minich

269. Cardiac Rehabilitation Manual by Josef Niebauer

270. Whole Grains, Empty Promises by Anthony Colpo

271. Chocolate and Health – Chemistry, Nutrition and Therapy

272. The Energy Blueprint by Ari Whitten

273. Nutrition and Type 2 Diabetes by Mark Pereira

274. Nutrition and Diabetes – Pathophysiology and Management by Emmanuel Opara

275. Diabetes and Exercise by Judith Regensteiner

276. Metabolic Aspects of PCOS

277. Science and Development of Muscle Hypertrophy by Brad Schoenfeld

278. Strength & Conditioning Research – January 2015

279. Heavy Menstrual Flow & Anemia Self-Help Book

280. Women, Weight and Hormones

281. Effects of Exercise on Hypertension

282. Examine.com Research Digest – July 2015

283. Examine.com Research Digest – November 2015

284. Examine.com Research Digest – August 2015

285. Oxidative Stress, Exercise and Aging

286. Optimizing Women’s Health Through Nutrition

287. Fast Tract Digestion

288. Clinical Nutrition and Aging – Sarcopenia and Muscle Metabolism

289. The Adrenal Reset Diet by Alan Christianson

290. Death by Calcium by Thomas Levy

291. Salt Your Way to Health by David Brownstein

292. Vitamin B12 Exposed

About Igor Klibanov

Igor Klibanov was selected as one of the top 5 personal trainers in Toronto by the Metro News newspaper. Early in his career, Igor realized that traditional fitness advice works for only a minority of people. But he wanted to get results with those tough-to-work-with clients, like women going through menopause, men with low testosterone, people with a slow thyroid, or poor digestion. And he wanted to be part of his clients’ “health team”, and therefore, on par with their doctors, pharmacists, and so on.

This led him on a decade-long research journey, where he spent thousands of hours, and tens of thousands of dollars learning about all these issues.

Igor is the author of 5 books on fitness, and has been hired multiple times to speak at large personal training conferences, like Can-Fit-Pro, CPTN and NSCA.

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