Monthly Archives: July 2020

All About Bro-Science (really?)

Yep, the crew at Iron Radio did a whole episode about "How To Do Bro-Science" Pic source We also covered some brand new data on which oils are best and the effects of NSAIDs on muscle and performance. >> How To Master Bro-Science << new Iron Radio Let me know what you think. This was a fun episode to

2021-02-05T16:39:51+00:00July 29th, 2020|Guest podcasts, Uncategorized|0 Comments

The Ready State Podcast Discusses Flex Diet with Dr Kelly and Juliet Starrett

Check out The Ready State Podcast I did with Dr. Kelly Starrett and his wonderful wife Juliet all about the Flex Diet! >> The Ready State Podcast w Dr. Mike T Nelson << Listen in. We covered everything from . . . Metabolism My MS thesis on a project that was so classified that I wasn’t even

2021-02-05T16:39:57+00:00July 28th, 2020|Guest podcasts, Uncategorized|0 Comments

HRV as a Tool to Measure the Long-Term Cost of Training

Are you training harder at the cost of your health and overall energy level? Yes, you will have days where it's harder to get to the gym and pick stuff up and put it down; however, those days should be infrequent. A good metric to look at over the long term is HRV (Heart Rate

2020-08-11T17:57:55+00:00July 27th, 2020|Articles|0 Comments

Episode 583 Iron Radio: Guest Dean Guedo – Topic Metabolic Flux

*from After covering some quick health science news on a new way to look at dietary protein, the guys are joined by former powerlifter and online coach Dean Guedo to talk about metabolic flux. Learn all about metabolic flux for body composition changes. It works amazingly well, but like all things related to physiology,

2021-02-05T16:31:17+00:00July 20th, 2020|Guest podcasts|0 Comments

One-size-fits-all nutrition?

We all know a one-size-fits-all nutrition approach almost never works. I am always amazed at how we are all very similar yet different. Everyone operates on many of the same principles. For example, your muscles contact the same across-the-board with interactions of actin and myosin. However, you may be able to lift more with the

2021-02-05T16:38:54+00:00July 20th, 2020|Articles, Uncategorized|0 Comments

The Trifecta of Recovery – Can you guess it?

You know that you need to train in order to get dem' gainZ, but what then? Boring big basics here are best for recovery. Yawn... ...before you tune out, I have something new that can help you. At the top of the list, based on physiologic impact for recovery, is sleep. If I could wave

2021-02-05T16:38:55+00:00July 20th, 2020|Articles, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Is Grip Strength Be Your Missing Component? Plus 4 Methods To Strengthen It

Want the key to a missing component in your training? Get a stronger grip. You can't lift it if you can't hold on to it. I'm fortunate that my good buddy Adam T Glass exposed me to grip training almost 2 decades ago. As you can see below, Adam is a grip monster. Over the

2023-08-22T16:24:12+00:00July 17th, 2020|Articles|0 Comments

Mental skills for fitness pros with Dr. Lisa Lewis

Greetings from Montana where the wonderful wifey and I are in the process of heading to Hood River OR with a stopover in Bozeman MT for about 36 hours. Before my food gets here, I wanted to drop you a note that Dr. Lisa Lewis was on the Iron Radio podcast this week to talk

2021-02-05T16:31:17+00:00July 13th, 2020|Guest podcasts, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Flex Diet Podcast: S2 Ep 7 Female Athletes and Eating to Fuel Performance with Dr. Susan Kleiner

I was thrilled to interview my good friend Dr. Susan Kleiner about the importance of fueling your training for a long and meaningful athletic career, especially females. If you are a trainer/coach, learn how to coach your athletes to overcome fears/obstacles regarding food. We discuss: * Anecdotes from her early work with steroids and steroid-testing

2020-12-16T15:37:12+00:00July 10th, 2020|Flex Diet Podcast|0 Comments

Internal vs. External Cues for Muscle Performance

Earlier this year, I flew to Australia to teach Reflexive Performance Reset (RPR) Levels  1 and 2. Both days were epic! One of the concepts of RPR is to look at the entire body through a neurologic lens. It is amazing how everything is connected. If it's all connected, is there a time and place

2020-07-08T21:50:43+00:00July 8th, 2020|Articles|0 Comments
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