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Top 3 Lifting Lessons

Happy 2021! Wahoo, you made it through 2020. Today I was thinking back to my time in Costa Rica exactly one year ago. I was there helping to run...

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Iron Radio Episode 606 Past Predictions for 2020 – Were We Right?

New Episode of Iron Radio Post Christmas edition where we check in on our past predictions for this year. Tune in to see if we were accurate or totally...

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Carb Cycling Chaos

It appears a few people on el internet were upset as they thought I was dissing on carb cycling via my article on metabolic confusion. Nope. I actually do...

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Metabolic Confusion

Yes, that is the name of the latest nutrition fad it appears. Someone raised Joe Weirder from the dead, and asked him to profess the next nutritional craze! Here’s...

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Make Mad Gainz with Intrinsic Recovery Via Physiologic Flexibility

Normally when the term “recovery” comes up, you think about sleep, proper nutrition, maybe even some light movement to get the ole blood moving. Those are all great and...

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The SINGLE Intervention to GainZ? (hint – it is green)

As you know, the wonderful wifey Jodie and I recently spent 5 weeks in S. Padre TX kiteboarding (when there was wind), working, and hanging out in the warm...

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Physiologic Reserve, Nasal Breathing, Stress, and more

Today I have a special treat for you. Recently I did the Rebel Performance podcast hosted by my buddy James Cerbie. On the podcast I was joined by the one and...

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Meat Meat Meat – Iron Radio Episode 603

This week on Iron radio, Dr. Lonnie, Phil, and I chatted about health science news on vitamin D and then all things MEAT! >> Meat Meat and More Meat << Listen...

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Keto, Head Trauma, Fasting, and Salty Water

This past week I’ve been up to my eye-holes in more PubMed studies than you could shake a mask at. I was creating a 160 + slide PowerPoint for...

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#1 Turkey Day Lesson (and why people are pissed)

Each year on this day, I send out an email with a similar theme about the Holidays. And each year I get a handful of replies from people that...