About

Vincent Sparagna: Fitness coach and founder of scienceandiron.net

I offer personal training or nutritional recommendations to those who want to lose fat, build muscle, or gain strength. You can shop my services here.

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Introduction

I created scienceandiron.net to educate others about fitness. Through coaching services, podcast appearances, and research-based writing, I help others reach their fitness goals. My work conveys relevant science to make body recomposition/health less difficult. Many fitness websites, like BuiltwithScience.com, myoleanfitness.comsci-fit.net, Renaissance Periodization, and more, have featured my work. 

My Coaching Philosophy

I believe that the coach-client relationship should entail more than simply discussion about training or nutrition. I look to improve my client’s life in any way that I can. I strive to deliver the best coaching experience and results possible. I am willing to answer any questions and help promote lasting habit change for my client’s long-term betterment. Throughout the coaching process, I intend to educate my clients enough for them to longer require my services. Every client receives at least 1 weekly Skype consultation in which they can address all issues they intend to discuss. In return, I expect my client to respect the relationship and provide any data I need in order to help them. I empathize with the struggle of lifestyle change, and as such I’m always willing to work through issues that may interfere with a client’s results. I look forward to helping you look your best.

Medical Disclaimer

Vincent Sparagna, owner of scienceandiron.net, is not a doctor nor Registered Dietician. Nothing I write should be construed as medical advice, nor is it meant to diagnose, treat, prevent, or cure any disease. I may suggest a protocol that I believe will help you, but this is never medical advice. Always consult with your doctor before following my recommendations.
Our site provides fitness information that it believes to be of use. However, scienceandiron.net’s articles are not written by medical professionals or registered dietitians and should be read for informational purposes only. Individual physiology and psychology varies, so the information and materials on this website may not apply to your specific needs and circumstances.
All information is provided for general information purposes only and is not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any health conditions. No information provided should be used as a substitute for medical advice.
You should consult with a licensed medical doctor prior to engaging in any fitness activities or making any dietary changes recommended by scienceandiron.net, or prior to using any supplements or other nutritional items recommended, to ensure that such practices are safe for you.
If you think you may be suffering from any medical condition you should seek immediate medical attention.
You should never delay seeking medical advice, disregard medical advice, or discontinue medical treatment because of information on this website.