Check out some of his TV, Podcasts, and other media appearances here!
I join Barbell Shrugged as Co-Host to talk with University of Minnesota Head Strength & Conditioning Coach Cal Dietz about his "Triphasic Training Method, Proper Bracing (may not the core?), and Developing Explosive Strength!
Listen to me "Debunk Muscle Myth's" on the Episode #31 of Alpha Movement Podcast Here!
Extremely happy with our team at @cspfullerton who crushed it this weekend at #acsmsw
Quick breakdown of my 5 posters.
Showed an elite ultra marathon runner expressed high concentrations of MHCI and MHCI/IIa fibers.
2. @samantha_madoni shared her findings for effects of foam rolling on muscle activation and peak torque.
3. @drirenetobias showed the INSANE effects of a SUPRAMAXIMAL estrogen concentration on AMPK and other signaling pathways in women.
4. @kayliezapanta found little change in myonuclear content of single fibers following 2 weeks of simulated space flight.
5. Joe G. presented the differences in muscle quality and size between forefoot and rearfoot runners.
Cannabinoids gone from WADA prohibited list.
Cannabis remains, however.
Why it's critically important people understand & recognize the difference between an:
AUTHORITY vs. EXPERT.
Help me send a million hugs, kisses, and thank you's to my amazing main squeeze @tashab15 .
She spends her days teaching 3-4 yr old Special Ed kids in a super low socio-economic area.
She gets spit on, bit, scratched, puked on, pooped on, and covered in snot rockets (her personal favorite) every day the last 14 years and she still keeps showing up with a smile (yes, home dude in blue chair is rocking a cape 😂😂😂). This doesn't even account for the fact that she does virtually everything around our house (see pic 2 - which might get me killed 😉). She's the most amazing women and person I know, and I can't tell her how much she means to me.
Her profile is private, but you can sure tag the SHIT out of her in the comments for me 😉😉😉😉😉 .
#specialeducation #specialed #wifey
Quick video on how much protein can be absorbed at once that I shot for @marksmellybell & @thesupertraininggym -
See full podcast and more of these quick videos on Smelly's YouTube page (I'm sure). When should you have protein? Does the Anabolic window actually matter? How much protein should we be in taking?! All great questions, answered by the man @drandygalpin. Depending on your goals and what you want to achieve, each answer can be tailored to you. Cheers to being the best version of you, one protein shake, steak or plant power whatever you want at a time. Link in bio #st06 #foodie #MetabolicMyths
Many of you know I've been building a website where I give away entertaining, inspirational, & informative nutrition, training, and exercise info.
Effectively, I'm putting my entire University curriculum up and giving it away. No newsletters. No fees. No membership.
Well, I've decided to open a Patreon account.
Feel free to pop over and enjoy. Contributions to the Patreon account are greatly appreciated if you can spare it, but not necessary.
Thanks for helping make dreams come true!
Link in bio. Or just Google it. Or get the link from my FB account.
3 really interesting papers in newest issue of MSSE.
1. Suggests a ketone ester (aka ketone supplement) ⬆️ post-exercise muscle sugar recovery. This is important as while sugar/cho are still likely MORE effective, it does indicate the exogenous ketones are an option. Importantly, participants were given constant high glucose + ketones. Can't make too many conclusions, but interesting.
2. High intensity interval exercise didn't change appetite or food reward more than standard "cardio" in obese individuals. My take away here is: for these folks, the details don't particularly matter. Just drive happiness, inspiration, hard work, consistency, and adherence.
3. If you think a supplement works, or think it HURTS, both can influence performance. The mind is powerful.
Google the titles to read.
Are you ADAPTING or OPTIMIZING?
Great example of that concept here. -------------------------------------------------- Awesome stuff as always @dr.eddiejo -
Chronic use of over the counter NSAIDs like ibuprofen has been a topic of controversy in sports medicine and training. Many have resorted to mild to high dose NSAIDs regimens while in training as a means to facilitate muscle recovery regardless of the absence of any chronic inflammatory conditions. Recent scientific literature along with some basic physiology suggests, in opposition, that anti-inflammatory drugs (or perhaps even non-pharmacological agents) may not promote actual muscle tissue recovery and even blunt muscular adaptations to training. For instance in a recent study as presented here, young healthy adults who underwent a high dosage ibuprofen regimen during 8 weeks of resistance training experienced attenuated muscular adaptations in strength and hypertrophy compared to a control. There are two possible explanations (at least for now). 1. NSAIDs have shown to inhibit key signaling mechanisms of muscle hypertrophy, and 2. Although not fully substantiated, anti-inflammatory agents may inhibit the acute inflammatory response to muscle damage that subsequently signals the regenerative healing process required for actual muscle recovery. This acute inflammatory phase following heavy, muscle damaging exercise is linked to temporary pain/soreness, and therefore NSAIDs may be used to mitigate these effects. However, the question is whether this strategy actually promotes muscle tissue recovery or simply the perception of recovery, i.e. pain management. I speculate the latter being the case more so than the former since this acute inflammatory response essentially signals the subsequent processes of muscle tissue healing. In the absence of chronic inflammation, those engaged in resistance training should not resort to NSAIDs to facilitate muscle recovery as it may inhibit growth signals and processes of tissue repair. Just rest.
Do you ever wonder why scientists say things like "1 study doesn't "prove" anything?" Well this is an excellent example of 1 of the many reasons we make statements like that.
from @ylmsportscience - ☝🏻Be careful when you only read conclusions
#Analytics #Competition #Education #Health #Nutrition #Performanceanalysis #Recovery #Training #science
In chapter 5 of @thebodyofknowledge we tell a blistering tale of how the strength and conditioning and supplement fields were built, and how one single event changed the course of exercise for nearly 5 decades, and where the idea that “lifting makes you muscle bound and is bad for your health” came from….and how it was defeated.
We also address the problems with biases and trying to be “right”. #podcast #BOK #weightlifting #powerlifting #bodybuilding #supplements #nutrition #arnold #storytelling #fitness #health