Episode 138: Why Everyone Benefits from Aerobic Training – Even Meatheads

Today's solo cast is about aerobic training for those who primarily lift weights. We'll talk about why you should do some aerobic work if you want to lift heavier and be healthier. Episode Notes metabolism and aerobic system test at muscle level with a Moxy

2022-03-07T17:07:33+00:00February 28th, 2022|Flex Diet Podcast|0 Comments

Episode 137: Training Straight Talk with fitness writer, and online physique coach Bryan Krahn

In today's episode of the Flex Diet Podcast, my good friend Bryan Krahn and I cover a host of topics from current events to training and exercise. Listen in as we chat openly about what's on our minds. Episode Notes Catching up on current events

2022-02-28T23:23:32+00:00February 22nd, 2022|Flex Diet Podcast|0 Comments

Flex Diet Episode 136: Flex Diet, Phys Flex, Metabolism and Nutrition Research for Compound Performance- Jeb and Dean interview Dr Mike T Nelson

In this episode of the Flex Diet Podcast, Jeb and Dean interview me for the mentorship program they set up for Compound Performance. We talk about my Ph.D. process, understanding stats and variability analysis in research, and condensing information for clients. We then talk about

2022-02-22T17:52:37+00:00February 15th, 2022|Flex Diet Podcast|0 Comments

Episode 135: *REBROADCAST* The Ph.D. Process, RPR, and Cutting Edge Psychology: an interview with Precision Nutrition’s Former Head Strength and Sport Psychology coach Dr Adam Feit

This episode of the Flex Diet Podcast is a rebroadcast of an interview with Dr. Adam Feit. He and I talk about the Ph.D. process, as well as a variety of topics including DOMS, the nervous system, RPR, and others. Episode Notes Discussion of the

2022-02-08T18:40:41+00:00February 8th, 2022|Flex Diet Podcast|0 Comments

Episode 134: The Coach/Client Relationship and the Mental Side of Fitness: an Interview with Dr Lisa Lewis

Dr. Lisa Lewis joins the Flex Diet Podcast to discuss the mental side of coaching and performance. She is a licensed psychologist with a passion for wellness and fitness. Her background is in sport and exercise psychology, and she loves to work with athletes and

2022-02-01T17:02:02+00:00February 1st, 2022|Flex Diet Podcast|0 Comments

Episode 133: Muscle Meathead Meanderings and Getting Results for Clients with Ryan L’Ecuyer

On today's episode of the Flex Diet Podcast, Ryan L'Ecuyer and I talk about meathead stuff, hypertrophy, exercise, and a bunch of other fun topics. Ryan has been competing as a natural bodybuilder for many years. He's also coach @lacurefit on Instagram and coach and

2022-02-01T17:01:47+00:00January 25th, 2022|Flex Diet Podcast|0 Comments

Episode 132: The Effects of Creatine Supplements on Brain Function, Concussion, and Sports Performance with Dr Eric Rawson

Today's Flex Diet Podcast comes to you from Costa Rica. Dr. Eric Rawson and I talk all about the use of creatine as a supplement and for brain health. Dr. Rawson's research focuses on the interaction between nutrition and skeletal muscle. In particular, he has

2022-01-20T19:50:21+00:00January 18th, 2022|Flex Diet Podcast|0 Comments

Episode 131: Health and Recovery in 2022: Interview with Dr Krista Scott-Dixon of Precision Nutrition

In this episode of the Flex Diet Podcast, I chat with Dr. Krista Scott-Dixon from Precision Nutrition about what it means to be healthy and functional in light of the last few years. Dr. Scott-Dixon is the director of curriculum for Precision Nutrition and leads

2022-01-20T19:51:46+00:00January 11th, 2022|Flex Diet Podcast|0 Comments

Episode 130: My Prediction of 2 Huge Fitness Tends in 2022 + Flex Diet Cert OPEN Now

Find out what I believe will be the two biggest trends in fitness and exercise for 2022. And, learn more about the Flex Diet Certification course opening today, January 3rd through Monday, January 10th, 2022. Episode Notes #1 Hybrid Training in-person and online combined nutrition

2022-01-20T19:52:17+00:00January 3rd, 2022|Flex Diet Podcast|0 Comments

Episode 129: Why Telling Your Clients to Sleep More Is Horrible Advice

Today, I'm talking about why if you're a trainer or a coach, telling your clients to sleep more is horrible advice. I know what you're thinking, but here's better advice you can give. Episode Notes What does the client need to give up? Physiological reasons

2022-01-20T18:51:11+00:00December 27th, 2021|Flex Diet Podcast|0 Comments
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