Emerging from lockdown, I wanted to make my health and fitness a priority in life again, and also had to train for a specific acting role. Training with Lee for both sets of goals helped me set smart short and long term benchmarks that delivered real results. I’m grateful for his expertise, and the care and attention he provides is above and beyond what I’d hoped for.
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Published over 1200 times and counting across dozens of leading publications, Lee Boyce is one of the most prolific fitness writers in the world today. Equally known for his counter-intuitive editorial pieces and pull-no-punches approach to fitness, he’s amassed an audience of thousands who know what to expect when they tune in. As a strength coach and college educator, Lee’s able to use his knowledge from the trenches to help his clients and students understand deep training concepts in simple ways.
He frequently lands TV and media spots to talk fitness, and when he’s not doing that, he lectures around North America and abroad to share his best advice for personal trainers to get better at their jobs. With all of the above, it’s safe to say he’s the real deal – and the breath of fresh air and voice of reason the fitness industry needs.
I’M AN AUTHOR.
And I and my colleague Melody Schoenfeld have created the most unique training resource in today’s industry. No two bodies are built the same. Learn how to strength train smartly by finding exactly what movements match YOUR proportions, lever lengths, and size. Published by Human Kinetics, the largest exercise science publishing company in the industry, our book Strength Training for All Body Types: The Science of Lifting and Levers is the true game changer you’ll wish you read sooner. 14 chapters, hundreds of photo examples and medical illustrations, and a complete exercise glossary with sample workouts. It’s a real look at individualization that the fitness industry has needed for years.
What Lee's Recently Written in Major Publications
5 Ways to get Smith Machine Strong
Men’s Health UK Edition Page 38
Spring 2022 Special Issue
1.5 Reps for Serious Muscle
More fundamental ways to build your back and arms.
The pull-up is what many experienced trainers refer to as the “king of upper body exercises.” Although the common gym narrative is to test your worth by finding out how much you bench press, there’s so much more athleticism, utility, and overall transfer from testing your pull-up ability.Read Article
When you don’t have a lot of time to spend in the gym, efficiency is essential.
You need workouts that maximize results, and to do that, you need to focus on the best muscle-building exercises for your entire body.Read Article
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