Today, Kyle Dobbs of Compound Performance and I discuss exercise sequence and training. What are different ways and ideas for programming exercise over the course of a week, month, or longer? Here's what you should consider and what goes into the thought process. Episode Notes
Episode 117: 2 Performance Enhancing Sports Supplements That Are Effective and Cheap: Creatine and Caffeine
Today's podcast covers the two most researched supplements to enhance your performance: creatine and caffeine. You may think you know all there is to know, but I continue to see people get them wrong. Listen for my advice on how, when, and why you can
This podcast reviews a concept I teach in the Physiologic Flexibility Certification to enhance performance when lifting. The great news is you can learn these techniques without any special technology. Learn how to direct your focus and control your breathing to ramp up and then recover.
Today, we're talking about three problems with information in the fitness and nutrition realm. I propose a solution to each. Special announcement! The Physiologic Flexibility Certification course is open today, Sept. 13 to Sept. 20, 2021. If you're outside the enrollment period, you can get
Episode 114: How To Be More Robust and Antifragile with Cold Water Immersion and Sauna: The Barbell Model of Phys Flex
Today's lesson is about cold water immersion and heat via sauna. I talk about how you can set them up as a framework to make them useful. These interventions are two of the key components in the Physiological Flexibility Certification, which is focused on ways
In today's Flex Diet Podcast, my good buddy Dave Barr and I talk about his new arm training book, Massive Muscular Arms (link in episode notes). His book includes information about how to set up your training in a better fashion, aspects of the central
I am getting ready to go do some squats and some Saxon bar pinch grip work. Saxon what? It is a long metal 2 x 6 looking thing that you can add weight to on the ends. You use a pinch grip where your thumb and fingers are extended (straight). It has a huge
Today's podcast covers three lessons I learned from John Meadows who recently passed away. His death came way too soon, and I offer these tips as a tribute to my good friend. Episode Notes Lesson 1: Exercise sequencing Add a stimulation/activation type exercise first. Examples
Episode 110: The Effects of Myostatin, Genetics, and NSAIDs on Muscle Growth with Dr Brandon Roberts
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Episode 109: My First Strongman Competition, Programming, Exercise Selection, Grip Strength, and Conditioning with Dr Tommy Wood
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