Dr Michael Lange host of "ask the dr" has been hosting live call in talk show called "Ask The Dr" since April of 93 all over the world . Tune in each week while he discusses the latest in anti aging, eye care and nutrition. Today Dr Lange and Dr Hall discuss their part in the ISSN conference the week prior. They discussed how all of the ingredients in Fortifeye Fit were lectured about at this prestigious sports nutrition conference and Fortifeye Fit was a huge hit. They also discussed the powers of creatine for muscle and the cognitive benefits. Dr Lange announced the release of an all-new multivitamin / eye vitamin called Next Gen Fortifeye Complete and is now available. Learn more about a supplement to help slow down sarcopenia called fortifeye fit the ultimate muscle fuel here : www.theultimatemusclefuel.com or call Fortifeye Vitamins at 866 503-9746 During the show Dr Lange emphasized the importance of rTG form omega 3 like Fortifeye Super omega., a good curcumin like Fortifeye Next Gen Curcumin and creatine for all of us to consume for total body wellness and to aid in protection from neuro degeneration. another great website to learn more about the powers of omega 3 is www.healthbenefitsofomega3.com Support the show: https://www.drmichaellange.com/category/ask-the-doctor/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
I'm going to give you the TLDR for the latest studies on topics like cardio's effects on muscle and strength gain, body recomposition, pre-workout meals, how creatine affects cognition, and how browsing social media can make you weaker. This podcast is another installment in my Research Roundup series of episodes, where I give you concise and practical takeaways from studies that I think are interesting and that can help us gain muscle and strength faster, lose fat faster, perform better athletically, feel better, live longer, or get and stay healthier. There is a ton of scientific research that gets published every year, and even if you narrow your focus to fitness research, it would still take several lifetimes to unravel the hairball of studies on nutrition, training, supplementation, and related fields. That's why my team and I put a lot of time into reviewing, dissecting, and describing scientific studies in articles, podcasts, and books. In today's episode, I'm tackling studies on whether glute “activation” exercises boost glute growth, how effective the 5:2 diet is for preserving muscle while you diet, whether vitamin D can actually help prevent injury, and how well blood flow restriction training works for building muscle. Press play if you want to learn the answers to those questions. Oh and if you like this type of episode, let me know. Send me an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or direct message me on Instagram (@muscleforlifefitness). And if you don't like it, let me know that too or how you think it could be better. Timestamps: 0:00 - My award-winning fitness books for men and women: https://legionathletics.com/products/books/ 4:01 - Does cardio kill muscle gain and strength? 9:22 - How can I gain muscle and lose a lot of fat at the same time? 17:08 - Are pre-wokout meals helpful for strength training? 22:49 - Does creatine make you smarter? 25:59 - Does scrolling through social media while training make you weaker? Mentioned on the Show: My award-winning fitness books for men and women: https://legionathletics.com/products/books/
Dr. James DiNicolantonio shares amazing tips about how salt, hydration and sauna strategies can help improve strength and exercise performance. Support your Exercise Performance with the new Electrolyte Stix by MYOXCIENCE Nutrition: Save with code podcast at checkout Get Jame's New book Win: Time Stamps 03:15 Maintain your muscle and cardiovascular health through exercise. Reduce the risk of sarcopenia with resistance training, 30 – 60 min 3 – 4 times per week. Running at 60 – 70% of your max heartrate boosts your endurance. HIIT or super maximal interval training 2 – 3 times per week helps your cardiovascular system. 07:10 Preloading with salt and fluids is 10 to 20 times better than other supplements. Dosing salt correctly, allows you to exercise up to 20 minutes longer. Beta alanine allow you to vigorously exercise 1 to 2 minutes longer. 07:40 The main benefit from preloading with salt and fluids is from the boost in blood volume prior to vigorous exercise. You have an 8 to 10% drop in blood volume within 5 minutes of vigorous exercise. The biggest adaptation during vigorous endurance exercise is the attempt to increase baseline blood volume. 08:54 Elite athletes have a 40% increase in blood volume over typical males and females. High doses of salt and fluids should be reserved for just prior to competition. 10:32 Dehydration acclimation, inducing mild amounts of dehydration multiple times, can help build blood volume. 12:05 Before a typical workout, you can ingest 1,000 mg of sodium and 10 to 16 ounces of fluid. High levels used for competition would be 3,000 to 4,300 mg of sodium and about 26 ounces to 33.8 ounces of fluid. This matches to saltiness of your blood. 13:40 Increased blood volume increases cardiac output, decreases oxygen demand on the heart and gives you a larger volume to dissipate heat. We lose blood volume to sweat. You can better pull waste from your cells and better deliver nutrients. 15:30 Sauna therapy is similar in metabolic adaptations to dehydration therapy. When you become heat activated, your baseline core body temperature becomes lower. You have a larger pool to soak up heat. You can train and perform longer before the enzymes that produce ATP start shutting down. 16:05 When you are heat activated, your sweat becomes more dilute. You lose fewer electrolytes. The diluted sweat evaporates faster, so your cool faster. 16:34 To become heat activated, you need to do a sauna session every day for 2 weeks or so, raising your core body temperature to 101.3 and maintain it for 20 to 30 minutes. You can go as few as 4 days per week, but it will take you longer to achieve being heat activated. The benefits of doing this will last as long as 2 weeks, as long as you maintain a good exercise program. 18:57 Endurance exercisers with large blood volumes typically have good blood pressure. As long as your arteries vasodilate well, and you do not have increased vasoconstriction with increased blood volume, you should not see an increase in blood pressure. 20:07 Body temperature is highly influenced by circadian biology. Post exercise sauna for 13 sessions, improves performance by about 10%. 23:28 Postpone your cold plunge for 2 to 4 hours after exercise, if your goal is hypertrophy. Sooner than that inhibits some of your muscle size and strength gains from exercise. Elite athletes plunge directly after exercise to limit inflammation and accelerate recovery. 26:55 Exercise timing is individual and depends upon whether you are a morning person or a night owl. About 8 hours after you wake up is typically when you perform at your best. Your cognition is shot for a few hours after vigorous exercise. Exercise close to bedtime impacts your ability to go to sleep. 29:20 Avoid caffeine at least 6 hours before bedtime. 31:48 If you are a vegetarian, you are not getting many nutrients found in red meat. Carnitine is important for fat oxidation for fuel. Carnosine is an advanced glycation end product inhibitor and buffers acid produced during exercise. Beta alanine boosts carnosine levels. Taurine is an amino acid that helps with blood pressure, blood flow, antioxidant status in the central nervous system. 33:45 Red meat is more nutrient dense than chicken. Pork is 10 times higher in thiamine (vitamin B1). Consume liver (for vitamin A and copper) and heart (for coQ10) on a fairly consistent basis. Many of us are deficient in vitamin A and copper and anemia is driven by this. 35:10 Creatine improves cognition. 50% of methylation is for the creation of creatine in your body. Supplementing frees up that effort for you body. 36:35 Supplementing 3 to 5 grams of creatine per day brings most benefits. Eating red meat may not get you to that level. 37:20 The more hydrated your muscle is, the better blood flow, oxygen delivery and pump you get. Your muscle is about 75% water. Creatine enhances cell hydration. 38:40 Supplementing with creatine at doses of 5 grams per day is completely safe. 39:40 To induce hypertrophy, the key is to go near or to failure. Heavy weight is not necessary. Inositol helps to improve insulin sensitivity, thus preserving muscle mass. 41:51 For prolonged vigorous explosive activity, preloading with carbs improves performance. It helps you to tap your muscle glycogen reserves. There are benefits to training fasted. Metabolic flexibility is when you can burn either fats or carbs. 42:50 It is taxing to force your body to make glucose, rather than ingesting exogenous glucose. 45:00 Longevity populations are generally smaller and have less muscle mass than Americans, so they can get away with lower protein intake. Our needs are higher. 46:42 Exercise improves insulin sensitivity. Insulin resistance chronically elevates mTOR. 48:40 Elevated LDL (outside of genetic influences) is not a risk factor for increasing heart disease, in the face of good insulin sensitivity, low triglycerides, and good HDL. 49:30 Oxidized LDL is a contributor to heart disease. The amount of linoleic acid in LDL influences oxidation. Eating heart for ubiquinol and eating high quality meat for carotenoids, helps to protect LDL from oxidation. Increasing olive oil consumption increases monounsaturated fats in LDL, decreasing susceptibility to oxidation. 51:30 When you replace animal fats with vegetable oils, there is an increase in all-cause mortality. LPa is a functional marker of oxidation, with elevated LDL. 55:05 Salt intake recommendations are based upon expert opinion, not clinical evidence, or meta-analysis. Lowering salt intake barely lowers blood pressure. Some may have an increase in blood pressure with the decrease of salt intake. Decreases in blood pressure from reducing salt is from depleting blood volume. Stress hormones increase. 56:00 When you go below 3000 mg of sodium, all the stress hormones increase. Insulin resistance increases as well. 3000 to 5000 mg of sodium is associated with the least amount of rise in stress hormones and the lowest amount of risk of cardiovascular disease.
I have been supplementing with amino acids a lot lately. And so have many of you, as the Aminos supplement is easily the best-selling product over at Kion, my supplements company that I and Angelo Keely began in 2017. In fact, Angelo and I talked about amino acids, along with our then new protein powder on the podcast back in November of 2021. And since I've been using Kion Aminos to such great effect lately, I wanted to share what we talked about last year, because I know so many people have begun listening to the show since then. So enjoy! Angelo Keely is the co-founder and CEO of Kion, an active lifestyle, supplement, and functional food company dedicated to helping people fully experience a joyful, active life by providing pure, energy-enhancing solutions. Angelo has a truly diverse and unique background having put himself through college as a professional musician—beatboxing, rapping, and drumming. During our discussion, you'll discover: -How Angelo Keely has become a world-renowned expert on protein... -How Angelo Keely and his health transformation caused a hyper-focus on protein and amino acids... -Overview of the different types of amino acids... -Creatine as an amino acid... -The appropriate amount of protein and aminos to intake... -The ranking of the quality of animal-based protein sources... -The good and bad when it comes to protein powders... -The long history of whey protein... -How to get a protein powder that doesn't taste like ash... Episode sponsors: -Lucy Nicotine Gum -Nootopia -Ketone IQ by HVMN -Inside Tracker -Kion Aminos Do you have questions, thoughts, or feedback for Angelo Keely or me? Leave your comments below and one of us will reply!
On to our last energy system, the phosphagen energy system. This one is all about power and max effort. Many athlete will do these and feel they havnt done much work or was very hard because the work to rest ratios are so high. Check out this video for more on that and how to program it.
In Episode #212, Dr Eric Rawson joins me to examine the muscular and cognitive effects of creatine.Performance supplementation is a flooded field. With supplementation sceptics on one hand and relentless marketing promotion on the other, it can be difficult to know what to believe. Dr Eric Rawson joins me today for an in-depth conversation on creatine, breaking down everything you need to know about this widely studied compound.In this episode, we cover the basics of creatine consumption and push deeper into specific, common questions people may have. You will learn about the muscular performance and brain health benefits of creatine for people of different demographics, including age, gender, and diet. Dr Rawson also outlines dosage guidelines, addresses common concerns people may have, and speaks to the evidence we have about safety.Specifically, we cover:Intro [0:00]Breakthrough Creatine Research [1:53]What Creatine is [11.00]Is Creating Essential? [12:48]Testing Creatine Levels [17:10]Vegetarian vs Omnivore [23:01]Improving Performance [28:40]Analyzing Other Compounds [52:24]Safety of Supplements [1:05:48]Gender Impact [1:21:30]Creating Dosage [1:27:50]Brain Health & Creatine [1:29:06]Outro [1:57:55]Dr Rawson offers specific guidelines that you can action, as well as covering the science behind why. In a world where anyone and everyone online makes nutrition claims, it's critical to have reliable, rigorous evidence to support these. I hope you found this episode clarifying and useful.If you enjoyed hearing from Dr Rawson, you can connect with him via Twitter. You can also read more at his university faculty page, or email him if you have further questions.Thank you to The Proof friend Eimele Essential 8 for sponsoring today's episode. Eimele Essential 8 offers the right nutrients, in the right doses, to complement a plant-rich diet. To save 5% on your first order, head to theproof.com/friends.Make sure to head to theproof.com/podcast for the full show notes.Enjoy, friends.SimonWant to support the show?If you are enjoying The Proof a great way to support the show is by leaving a review on the Apple Podcasts or a comment on YouTube. It only takes a few minutes and helps more people find the episodes.Simon Hill, Msc, Bsc (Hons)Creator of Theproof.com and host of The Proof with Simon HillAuthor of The Proof is in the PlantsWatch the episodes on YouTube, or Listen on Apple/SpotifyConnect with me on Instagram, Twitter and FacebookDownload my complimentary two week meal plan and plant performance
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In this episode of the Champion Living Podcast, Doug and his coaches share a recap of the PBR teams draft and a preview of what the new series might look like. Then they dive deep into differences of Strength and Hypertrophy training. They cover the benefits of both, tips for achieving either of these goals and how to get the most out of your training program. This episode is brought to you by: Red Dirt Hat Company- For simple designs that make a statement, from back porch poets to the musicians, to oil field workers and rodeo cowboys. Head to reddirthatco.com use code CHAMPIONLIVING (all caps) for 15% OFF all their caps. PWR Pro CBD- pwrpro.com use code CHAMPIONLIVING for 15% OFF and FREE shipping SHOW NOTES: 0:00 | Introduction - Caffeine, creatine, living the dream 2:05 | Sharing our encounters with wildlife 6:11 | PBR Teams Draft Recap 14:27 | Preparing like an Athlete 16:38 | Financial Stability for Rodeo Athletes 18:00 | Teams Series Competition Schedule 22:19 | Our Current Goals in the Gym 25:20 | Ego Strokes for Coach Matt Hooks 26:57 | Training for Strength vs. Size 32:05 | Benefits of Hypertrophy Training 34:45 | Benefits of Strength 39:35 | Differences between Hypertrophy and Strength 41:05 | Tips for Building Muscle Size 47:50 | Supplements that Help Build Muscle 53:03 | Tips for Building Strength 1:10:50 | Stay Ready so You Ain't Gotta get that Way *Supplements talked about: Creatine: https://bit.ly/CLF-CreatineMonohydrate Whey Protein Isolate: https://bit.ly/CLF-Whey Endura-formance: https://bit.ly/CLF-Enduraformance Learn More: Website: www.championlivingfitness.com Instagram: www.instagram.com/champion.living Champion Living Private Facebook Group: www.facebook.com/groups/934793523869642
In this episode, Baraa talks about creatine and its effect on muscle recovery, weight gain, and more! Sign up now for my newly launched course “How to reach your body goals & lose belly fat”. I'll walk you through 5 simple steps to really transform your entire outlook on exercise and nutrition. The perfect companion for you if you really want to commit to yourself, and I know you do! Want to learn more about nutrition and exercise from a registered dietitian, sports nutritionist, and personal trainer Baraa? Other ways to engage via social: Follow @baraaelsabbagh on Instagram Subscribe to Baraa El Sabbagh on Youtube Visit https://www.baraaelsabbagh.com
Is there a more talked about, and even controversial supplement other of creatine? Today we break down the single most researched supplement on the market, sorting out what claims hold their water, and which have holes in them. Breaking down the research behind each myth, claim, and trend. We go over who might want to think about taking it, how much to take, when to take it, and everything in between.
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Today's show begins with a recap of results from the women's division of the IPF world champions. After that, Greg shares a hybrid Article Discussion/Tech Support segment about a new article covering MacroFactor's revamped food logging system, which makes it (objectively) the fastest food logger on the market. After that, Greg and Eric debut the “Armchair Scientist's Corner,” a spinoff of the Coach's Corner segment, in which they discuss some unfavorable trends in the scientific literature. That's followed by a Q&A segment covering topics including how to make incremental changes to your daily calorie target, creatine's effects on hydration and cognitive function, nasal breathing, and how exercise might (or might not) impact certain health-oriented nutrition recommendations. Finally, to close out the show, Eric presents a history lesson about how the field of exercise science came to be. SUPPORT THE PODCASTReceive our Research Spotlight newsletter, and check out our Facebook group and subreddit.MacroFactorIf you want to learn more about our MacroFactor diet app, check it out here.To join in on the MacroFactor conversation, check out our Facebook group and subreddit.MASS Research ReviewSubscribe to the MASS Research Review to get concise and applicable breakdowns of the latest strength, physique, and nutrition research – delivered monthly.Bulk SupplementsFinally, next time you stock up on supplements from BulkSupplements.com, be sure to use the promo code “SBSPOD” (all caps) to get 5% off your entire order. TIME STAMPSIntro/Announcements (0:00)Road to the Stage (1:12)Feats of Strength (8:00)Results of the 2022 World Open Classic Powerlifting ChampionshipsSBS Article Discussion / Tech Support: Confirming MacroFactor's top spot as the fastest food logger on the market (14:20)What is the Fastest Food Logger? We Designed a System to Find OutArmchair Scientist's Corner: The state of science, and rethinking the hierarchy of evidence (25:24)Tweet about systematic reviews and RCTsNew evidence pyramidMany researchers were not compliant with their published data sharing statement: mixed-methods studyQ&A (50:58)Once you set an initial daily calorie target based on your estimated total daily energy expenditure, how do you adjust your diet from there? (51:07)From Mass To Energy: The Basic Physiology Of CaloriesMacroFactor's Algorithms and Core PhilosophyCan you actually “use” the extra water that's associated with intramuscular creatine storage? (55:37)The Physiological Effects of Creatine Supplementation on Hydration: A ReviewWhat does the research on the cognitive benefits of creatine supplementation look like these days? (59:10)Creatine Supplementation and Brain HealthIs there any detriment to mouth breathing versus nose breathing? (1:10:04)Why do some people assume that many health-oriented nutrition principles don't apply to them just because they're lean, well-trained, or physically active? (1:16:18)Metabolic effects of a prolonged, very-high-dose dietary fructose challenge in healthy subjectsTo Play Us Out: The history of exercise physiology (1:30:58)
At 28, Lauren Fisher has been one of the best known names in CrossFit for a long time. Over the years, this CrossFit Games Athlete has collected a Top 10 finish at the Games (2014), a 3rd place finish at the CrossFit Games on her team (2019), and seven overall Games appearances in total (4 individual, 3 team). At age 20, she represented USA Weightlifting at the Junior World Championships. As a well recognized athlete in the sport of CrossFit & Weightlifting, Lauren's versatility, determination, and boundless enthusiasm continue to make her a popular figure and an inspiration to many up-and-coming athletes and women around the world. Through her own journey, she founded her company Grown Strong. Her mission is to challenge women to tap into their individual strength to see that strong is beautiful and giving up is simply not an option. Fisher's formula is surprisingly simple: stay dedicated and work a little harder than everyone else. Success will follow. Lauren is currently living and training in Iceland with her team, CrossFit Reykjavík. • This episode of The Ready State Podcast is brought to you by Momentous, the largest supplier of nutritional support to college, pro-sports teams, and the military in the world. Today's guest, Lauren Fisher, is a Momentous athlete and we got the download on her favorite products. She loves Creatine, of course the Collagen Peptides and Shots. But there is something else that is making a huge difference in her programming: carbohydrate during and after her workouts. Momentous Fuel supports hydration with key electrolytes and provides easy-to-digest carbohydrates for sustained energy during your workout. Momentous Recovery kickstarts recovery with 20g of protein and 10g of carbohydrates to replenish energy and increase absorption of key nutrients. If you want to be a beast like Lauren, go to thereadystate.com/momentous and use code "TRS" for 20% OFF your first purchase.
In Episode #210, Professor Stuart Phillips returns to expand on our conversation about using science to improve training outcomes.One very common criticism of a plant-based diet is that it's difficult to meet protein requirements due to both quantity and quality of plant-based protein sources. “Evidence” provided for this often centres around amino acid profiles, linking back to the DIAAS and PDCAAS protein scoring systems. Today, Professor Stuart Phillips offers clarity on this topic and much more useful information on what to consume, in what form, and when.In this episode, we cover a whole suite of information that is highly relevant and applicable for those looking to improve their training outcomes. In addition to briefly revisiting the basics of protein consumption, we discuss distribution and timing, protein needs for older people, and protein quality scoring systems. We also dive into supplementation for those looking to improve performance and muscle protein synthesis, including caffeine, beta alanine, nitrates, creatine, omega-3s, and hormones.Specifically, we discuss:Intro [0:00]Protein distribution [1:20]Scoring systems for protein [11:13]Supplements for performance [28:08]Sodium bicarbonate [43:40]Nitrates [51:29]Creatine [56:10]Omega 3s [1:05:25]Hormones & protein synthesis [1:10:30]Aging & muscle gain [1:13:20]Exciting new studies [1:24:12]Outro [1:27:19]To listen to my previous conversation with Professor Philips, head to Episode #190. You can also learn more about him via the McMaster University profile, and connect with him on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.If you found this episode informative and a looking for ways to introduce more plant-based protein into your diet, you can download my free recipe eBook, Plant Perform. This recipe guide includes high-protein recipes and more to optimise physical performance and recovery.Thank you to The Proof friend Eimele Essential 8 for sponsoring today's episode. Eimele Essential 8 offers the right nutrients, in the right doses, to complement a plant-rich diet. To save 5% on your first order, head to theproof.com/friends.Make sure to head to theproof.com/podcast for the full show notes.Enjoy, friends.SimonWant to support the show?If you are enjoying The Proof a great way to support the show is by leaving a review on the Apple Podcasts or a comment on YouTube. It only takes a few minutes and helps more people find the episodes.Simon Hill, Msc, Bsc (Hons)Creator of Theproof.com and host of The Proof with Simon HillAuthor of The Proof is in the PlantsWatch the episodes on YouTube, or Listen on Apple/SpotifyConnect with me on Instagram, Twitter and FacebookDownload my complimentary two week meal plan and plant performance
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In this episode, I answer listener questions including. How to set up your hyrox off-season.If you should take creatine or not. Bodybuilding for hyrox Strength movements to improve your sledFavorite compromised running workout. Follow Reinforced Running7-Day Free Trial Reinforced OCR Training GroupBuy Reinforced Running T-shirtsEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgYouTube - Reinforced RunningIG (Rich Ryan) - @reinforced_running_rich Twitter - @ReinforcedRun TRAINING RESOURCES:Apply for One-on-one CoachingClick Here For Your FREE Guide to Running Faster Click Here for Strength Coaching for Runners
In this episode of Vitality Radio Podcast Jared talks about all the benefits of apple cider vinegar, both topically and internally, as well as some creative uses for white vinegar. Then he explains what creatine is and its many uses including some benefits it has in the brain. Links: Apple Cider VinegarExplore Vitality Nutrition's creatine products HEREVisit the podcast website here: VitalityRadio.comJust a reminder that this podcast is for educational purposes only. The FDA has not evaluated the podcast. The information within is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. The advice given is not intended to replace the advice of your medical professional.You can follow us at @vitalityradio on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Shop the products that Jared mentions at vitalitynutrition.com. Let us know your thoughts about this episode using the hashtag #vitalityradio and please rate and review us on Apple Podcasts. If you'd like to shop our visit please visit us at vitalitynutrition.com. Thank you!
Welcome back to Hey Coach Radio! William Grazione and Coach Gillis Pellegrin, along with Coach Zach Ritchie are back covering more of the basics with more of your frequently asked questions. Listen as the three cover whether or not you should use Creatine Monohydrate during a fat loss phase, if weight gain is inevitable during a reverse diet, and how much protein your body can absorb in one meal. Will, Zach, and Gillis also discuss if it's true that you will gain weight as you increase your carbohydrate intake. The three also discuss if you can lose fat with cardio alone and whether or not you can spot train areas of your body with the intent of conditioning just a specific area. Get ready to have your questions answered in this episode!
Do cold showers do anything? How long does it take to reach your genetic muscle potential? Should you count the calories from vegetables? How many sets should you do for your arms? All that and more in this Q&A podcast. This podcast is a Q&A, but it's a bit different from the kind you'll typically find here on Muscle For Life. In my usual Q&A episodes, I take a question from email or Instagram and then fully answer it in an episode of the podcast every week. However, over on Instagram, I've started doing weekly Q&As in the stories, and it occurred to me that many podcast listeners might enjoy hearing these questions and my short answers. So, instead of talking about one thing in an episode, I'm going to cover a variety of questions. And keep in mind some of these questions are just for fun. :) So if you want to ask me questions in my Instagram stories, follow me on Instagram (@muscleforlifefitness), and if I answer your question there, it might just make it onto an episode of the podcast! If you like this type of episode, let me know. Send me an email (email@example.com) or direct message me on Instagram. And if you don't like it, let me know that too or how you think it could be better. Timestamps 0:00 - Find the Perfect Strength Training Program for You: www.muscleforlife.show/trainingquiz 2:31 - What is the best temperature to shower in? 4:27 - What are your thoughts on trendy electrolyte drinks? 9:06 - Is decline bench press a waste of time? 9:51 - What are the benefits of creatine for women? 11:33 - Do vegetarians need collagen? 12:12 - What is the proper rep tempo? 14:47 - What is the best magnesium supplement? 15:42 - Should I count my cruciferous vegetables? 16:40 - How many direct biceps/tricep exercises are necessary in a PPL program? 18:37 - Do you use collars on leg press? 18:49 - How long would it take for someone to reach their genetic muscle potential? Mentioned on the Show: Find the Perfect Strength Training Program for You in Just 60 Seconds: http://www.muscleforlife.show/trainingquiz
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In this episode of the ATP Project, Jeff and Steve discuss the breakthrough science behind the most widely researched supplement on the market, Creatine. With so much misinformation being thrown around by ‘fitness influencers' and gym rats, we wanted to answer all of your questions in one big juicy episode. Diving deep into our Creatine 101 episode the team answers all of your burning questions about what creatine is, how much to take to see results if it is a steroid if it causes migraines or hair loss, creatine, and muscle cramping, can you benefit from a creatine loading phase and so much more! We weren't kidding when we said we answer it all, we hope you enjoy this episode. You can find links to the papers in the YouTube description of this podcast - https://youtu.be/dHgEplMuFLw As always, this information is not designed to diagnose, treat, prevent or cure any condition and is for information purposes only - please discuss any information in this podcast with your health care professional before making any changes to your current lifestyle. Check out ATP Science's range of products at our online store - https://bit.ly/3LSGEb2 LISTEN / SUBSCRIBE TO THE AUDIO VERSION OF THE PODCAST Apple Podcasts - https://bittylink.com/a0x Soundcloud - https://bittylink.com/l8c Google Podcast - https://bittylink.com/yt7 Spotify - https://bittylink.com/6fd FOLLOW US Website - https://au.atpscience.com/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/atpscience/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/atpscience/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/atpscience1 TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@atpscience
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My biggest hesitation before going fully plant-based was losing all my fitness gains. So when I finally took the plunge on Jan 1st, 2022, I set myself 3 goals to prove to myself it could be done: 1. Get into the best shape of my life, beating anything I'd achieved with meat 2. Get shredded glutes, the ultimate “extreme” marker of body composition 3. Lose 10kg in 14 weeks Here were the rules: - No meat - No fish - No dairy - No eggs - No stimulants - No fat burners - No weird diets - No mock meats - No insane cardio - No steroids Here was the game plan: - Plant-based diet - Calorie deficit - Moderate protein (no more than 2g/kg) - Nutrient dense whole foods - 4x 45 min weights - Basic supplements (Vitamin D, Multivitamin, Algae omega 3, Creatine) - 10-15K steps Here's how I did it: - Ruthless Consistency - 100% Commitment - Discipline, Habits, Routine - ALL IN mindset I went from a kilo of meat a day to fully plant-based And I learnt that… You can still be fit, healthy and strong. You can still get shredded. You can still build muscle. It's time to break beliefs, bust myths, and challenge perceptions that you need meat, fish, dairy and eggs to get results on your fitness journey. You don't need it. Your gains won't stop. If you want to see exactly how I did this week-by-week, check out the case study I've written up: https://www.rntfitness.co.uk/14-week-shredded-vegan-plant-based-diet-body-transformation/. Link in bio. So what's next? Continue on this incredible journey! There's no going back now. I've already been hitting personal bests in my training. It's time to push to new heights of muscle and strength! If this inspires at least one person to eat less meat and still get fitness results, then it's mission accomplished. Resources: Here are some cool resources you will enjoy to learn more about my journey, research on plant-based diets, and how you can optimise your own fitness results! Optimising Health, Fat Loss & Muscle Building On A Vegan Diet Can You Get SHREDDED On A Vegan Diet? | Akash Vaghela's Road To Vegan Shredded A BRUTAL VEGAN Leg Workout (I couldn't walk for a week!) | Road To Vegan Shredded The Sad Truth About The Meat You're Eating For Protein | Road To Vegan Shredded How To LOSE FAT WITHOUT Terrifying Diets Or Suffering | Road To Vegan Shredded Akash Vaghela's 2017 Bodybuilding 21 Week Prep Write Up Quarterly Insights Part 3, Instalment I – Akash's Photoshoot Prep, 2019 The Ultimate Guide To Reverse Dieting And Avoiding Fat Regain Stop Messing Up Your Peak Week
This episode of listener inspired questions/topics includes: 1) How to train for a marathon and triathlon simultaneously. 2) What supplements does Zach take, and does creatine help endurance? 3) Supplementing with essential amino acids. 4) What are the possible benefits of wearing a continuous glucose monitor? HPO Sponsors: zachbitter.com/hposponsors Optimal Carnivore: amazon.com/optimalcarnivore promo code: humansave10 Brain Nourish: amazon.com/dp/B09SP31N5P LMNT: drinkLMNT.com/HPO Support HPO: zachbitter.com/hpo Support HPO: patreon.com/HPOpodcast Zach's Training Plans: zachbitter.com/training-plans Zach: zachbitter.com IG: @zachbitter Tw: @zbitter FB: @zbitterendurance Strava: Zach Bitter Tiktok: @zachbitter
Registered sports dietitian and strength and conditioning coach, Pratik Patel, explains why everyone should consider using creatine. We discuss its impact on exercise, brain health, and its emerging use in preventing and treating disease. Pratik also details dosing strategies and much more. Sign up for Erik's weekly newsletter Purchase creatine from Thorne Creatine in Health and Disease Effects of Creatine Supplementation on Renal Function: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis Meta-Analysis Examining the Importance of Creatine Ingestion Strategies on Lean Tissue Mass and Strength in Older Adults ________________ ABOUT THE BLUEPRINT PODCAST: The BluePrint Podcast is for busy professionals and Household CEOs who care deeply about their families, career, and health. Host Dr. Erik Korem distills cutting edge-science, leadership, and life skills into simple tactics optimized for your busy lifestyle and goals. Dr. Korem interviews scientists, coaches, elite athletes, entrepreneurs, entertainers, and exceptional people to discuss science and practical skills you can implement in your life to become the most healthy, resilient, impactful version of yourself. On a mission to equip people to pursue audacious goals, thrive in uncertainty, and live a healthy and fulfilled life, Dr. Erik Korem is a High Performance pioneer. He introduced sports science and athlete tracking technologies to collegiate and professional (NFL) football over a decade ago and has worked with the National Football League, Power-5 NCAA programs, gold-medal Olympians, Nike, and the United States Department of Defense. Erik is an expert in sleep and stress resilience, and he is the Founder and CEO of AIM7, a wellness app that provides custom exercise recommendations to improve the outcomes of programs and workouts you already love. It unlocks existing data from wearables and other apps to provide empathetic and scientific guidance that's perfectly in tune with your mind and body. SUPPORT & CONNECT Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/erikkorem/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/ErikKorem LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/erik-korem-phd-19991734/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/erikkorem Website - https://www.erikkorem.com/ Newsletter - https://erikkoremhpcoach.activehosted.com/f/ __________ QUOTES “The key is using stress and adapting to it and improving. That's what high performance is to me, the ability to adapt rapidly so you can achieve your potential. There are five key pillars to creating the conditions for adaptability: sleep, exercise, mental resilience, nutrition, and community/relationships.” - Dr. Erik Korem “I maybe have a different concept on leadership. To me, leading is a verb. If you're leading, you're a leader. If you're swimming you're a swimmer, if you're driving you're a driver. If you're leading you're by definition a leader. I define leading as being looked to in a particular moment to make a decision or perform an action based on your unique gifts and abilities. So by that definition, everybody is a leader. All rank and role really describe is how many people are hoping you get it right when it's your turn to wear the weight.” - Clint Bruce "Attention is the currency of performance." - Dr. Peter Haberl “That's what I've discovered in the lives of brilliant, prolific, healthy creatives, is that they have networks of people they leverage in the course of their work. That they learn from, that they were challenged by, that they gave great insight and purview into their own life and work, in such a way that they were able to receive feedback that helped them get better at what they do.” - Todd Henry "Restful and fulfilling sleep enables you to grow, adapt, and thrive. It creates the conditions for adaptation, so you can pursue audacious goals and thrive in uncertainty." - Dr. Erik Korem "Most exercise programs fail, not because the reps and sets are poorly designed, but because the program doesn't adjust for how much stress your body can adapt to that day!. That's why Dr. Chris Morris' research and practical application of fluid periodization is the key for unlocking your performance potential." - Dr. Erik Korem See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
One more for the road! We REALLY wrap up our first season of 2022 by answering MORE of your questions! 1. When starting out for cardio and also weights would you guys have a pre-workout drink beforehand? 2. Medical help with weight loss like duromine? What are your thoughts about it? 3. I want to add a 3rd day in, but with all my other activities, I'm having trouble finding a spot for it. I'm concerned adding a 3rd lifting day wouldn't leave any "rest" days, really and I don't want to end up hurting myself. I also don't want to give up any of my sports related activities (playing is my happy place). Should I not worry so much about adding a 3rd lifting day in? My reason for wanting a 3rd day is to get more practice in and see some better gains in the strength department. Is this just going to be one of those "you have to make a decision" scenario or is there a clear path you would recommend? 4. What are your thoughts on intermittent fasting? 5. Is there the possibility of y'all selling a cookbook? 6. What would you recommend for increasing weight when there isn't the option to increase by one or two pounds at a time? 7. I work in a busy maternity unit and work shifts. I do night shifts once or twice a fortnight. Night shifts are a real valley for me I usually only get a hour or so sleep before hand and after for that day. I also tend to snack on the food people bring in over the night which is usually potato chips, pizza and cake and the next day my zombie day I crave fatty carby foods. I try to resist but I'm usual exhausted and have no time on the shift so pick at things on the go. Any advice you could give to help me better manage this would be greatly appreciated. 8. I tried Creatine and it really made me retain water. Did you have that problem? What am I doing wrong? 9. Loose skin on clients that have lost weight...if they have lost a lot of weight or they are older clients that have lost weight. Not seeing the results besides the loose skin even tho they are putting in the hard work day in day out. They know they have muscle under it, but can't visually see it. What do you advise them to do? 10. I have been lifting weights for 6 months or so and made huge gains early on mostly due to gaining confidence in what I am doing and better technique. My question is, what's a realistic reasonable increase to expect? I'm looking at this from the perspective of goal setting for the next 6 months so my goals won't be unrealistic or on the other hand not challenging enough. 11. What are your thoughts on plant-based nutrition/eating? 12. What do you guys think about pre-workouts but also weight loss medications and intermittent fasting? 13. Matt talks about Courtney's roasted pumpkin a lot, so Courtney- what exactly do you put in it and how long/temp do you roast it? And dumb question, are pumpkins available year-round in grocery stores? 14. How much thought do you put into meal prep? What I mean is: are you really not taking macros into consideration? Are you thinking calorie intake? 15. I have been seeing people with high protein intake (from food not powders) even people doing keto diets who seem to get better results over time- better muscle definition, less body fat. What are your thoughts on that? Join us in our https://www.facebook.com/groups/totaltransformations/ (Facebook group) and introduce yourself! The knowledge we share on our podcasts comes from our own personal experience as well as our professional experience helping people around the world just like you change their lives inside and out. To find out more about how we help people just like you and to apply to work with us, https://www.theweightlosspodcast.com/services/workwithus (CLICK HERE). All we do is create this podcast and change lives.
We chat live on IG in our bras to chat the following: Pittsburgh Pro- the winner Lauralie Chapados for IFBB Pro Bikini and Sunny Andrews for IFBB Pro Wellness Our prep updates and training + cardio Tips for getting thru cardio Why coaches don't change things Physique Assessment and why it's important Checking in when you don't wanna Dating life for Boss Bitch Glute Camp waitlist HERE Binge eating - how it comes up for me Lab panels I suggest for clients based on symptoms What podcasts we listen to: Grow Or Die, Tim Ferris, The Key Nutrition Podcast, Lewis Howes, Brain Over Binge. Creatine yay or nay? SOME LINKS TO THINGS THAT I MAY HAVE MENTIONED: ► Want to be trained by the most badass personal training studio in Modesto? First time clients score your sessions at a great deal HERE ► Get your personalized Physique Assessment done by me HERE ►The absolute BEST tasting protein bars on the planet: https://bit.ly/BuiltBar Use promo code: Diane to save $$ ► Cortisolve or Vasoburn on MPA Supplements (use promo code: Diane to save $$) ► Want diet coaching with us? Check out our 12 week diet program #DitchDeprivation ►Interested in competition coaching? Check out my website HERE JOIN ME ON INSTAGRAM: @dianeflores_ifbb_pro READ MY BLOG HERE: http://www.livingthegoddesslife.com/ JOIN ME ON FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/dianefloreslivingthegoddesslife TRAIN WITH US IN PERSON HERE: https://www.venusfitnessstudio.com/ INTERESTED IN COMPETITION PREP COACHING? http://bit.ly/GBETWaitlist ***CLICK THE LINKS BELOW TO CHECK OUT MY VIRTUAL PROGRAMS*** ►At home virtual programs: https://bit.ly/DianesDIYVirtualPrograms ►12 Week At Home Workout Program: http://www.livingthegoddesslife.com/goddess-body-at-home/ ►My online Sensual Movement program: https://sensualdancemovement.com/ ►Looking to shop which protein/supplements and things I use on Amazon? https://www.amazon.com/shop/dianeflores_ifbb_pro ► The Best Planner to SMASH your goals here: http://bit.ly/PushJournalGoalPlanner I hope you enjoy this episode and, if you do, please leave a written review on iTunes (huge THANK YOU to everyone who has written one so far).
On this episode we talk with Dr. Scott Forbes about all things creatine and performance. We understand that this can sometimes be a grey area: Do I take it? Does it make me gain water weight? Will it make me stronger? Give this episode a listen to hear all the answers! Dr. Scott Forbes is an assistant professor in the department of Physical Education at Brandon University, Canada. His primary interest is in sport science with a primary focus on nutritional (creatine and protein) and training interventions to enhance athlete performance. In addition, he has expertise examining nutritional and exercise interventions for optimal muscle and brain health in older adults.
Evolutionary radio presents another exciting podcast. Host Stevesmi is joined by co-host Rick . Original content geared, no pun intended, to help you get the most of your workouts. This time they bring back 2 older episodes back to life. #343: 1. explain muscle soreness 2. TRT script 3. getting bloated on creatine 4. a night out 5. spouse in hospital Episode 343: https://www.evolutionary.org/evolutionary-org-podcast-343-q-a-soreness-dr-trt-bloating-and-drinking-alcohol/ EF #27 Franchised Hormone Replacement Therapy clinics are everywhere nowadays and in this episode we Ricky V will discuss the pros and cons of using them over an underground source. EF episode 27: https://soundcloud.com/elitefitness-podcast/elitefitnesscom-podcast-27-the-new-age-of-trt-clinics-and-how-to-get-a-prescription where/how to get bloodwork> https://www.evolutionary.org/forums/source-talk/bloodwork-private-md-5695.html >>>>>>>>>> for 1 on 1 coaching/consultation/source help requests hit up stevesmi https://www.elitefitness.com/forum/members/stevesmi.html https://www.evolutionary.org/forums/members/stevesmi.html to follow along with RickyV Follow Ricky on Social: http://www.rickyvrock.com/ Follow Ricky and ask him anything: http://www.bigrickrock.com/ Check out the Evolutionary Radio Podcast: https://www.evolutionary.org/podcasts/ Check out the EliteFitness Podcast: https://www.elitefitness.com/articles/podcast
This week we look specifically at beta alanine and creatine after its popularity and spotlight off the back of the Joe Rogan Matt Fraser interview. We delve into their science, application, and who should use them, and why. So if you hit the gym, or play sport, this show is for you to understand whether they are supplements you would take or not.
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Longtime listeners of the show know that I'm a water fanatic, so it should come as no surprise to anyone that today's guest is one the world's foremost leading experts on the matter. She's Veda Austin, New Zealand water researcher, author, and artist. As a photographer, she studies the state between liquid and ice. What she's noticed led her to believe that water has an innate intelligence. Veda views water from three distinct perspectives: Scientifically, as it changes state; artistically, as an element of design; and spiritually, as water enters a phase of fluidity between space and time. One does not need to look at water, in any form, long to recognize it as something special – it flows freely, sustains life, and is constantly changing form, never truly dying. This is a conversational, deeply moving, and incredibly inspiring interview. Sit back and let Veda's wisdom wash over you. You'll no doubt leave this episode with a different, and expanded, view on water's place in the universe. 03:56 — The Consciousness of Water Water is communicating rather than conforming to consciousness What are hydroglyphs? Uncovering the invisible language of water Veda's healing journey and the discovery of medicine water How water stores information 36:00 — The Lost Sacredness of Water Hot springs as the organs of the planet How our intention can heal the Earth Songs of water The beautiful balance and harmony of water Water's emotional states Tears as an expression of the spirit 1:52:14 — Water as it Relates to Humanity Having a relationship with water How to cultivate a relationship with water at home Looking for purpose instead of happiness The glimpse that water gives us of ourselves More about this episode. Watch on YouTube. THIS SHOW IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY: LEELA QUANTUM TECH. Improves your health, fitness levels, and mindset. Their products harmonize harmful frequencies like 4G,5G, microwaves, and WIFI and give your body, home environment, and even your pets a huge quantum upgrade. Go to leelaq.com and use the code “LUKE10” for 10% off their product line. AND... ORGANIFI. Start your day with essential superfoods that help reduce stress and reset your morning. Contains a clinical dose of Ashwagandha. It supports healthy cortisol levels which aid in weight management. Go to organifi.com/lifestylist and use code lifestylist for 20% off any item in the store. AND… BLUBLOX. The REMedy Sleep Mask blocks out 100% of the light around you while you're sleeping, setting you up for a blissful night's rest. And it's not just great for better sleep – it can also be used for meditation, deep touch pressure therapy, air travel, and migraine relief! You can get all of this epicness and more by using the code “LIFESTYLIST” for 15% off at BLUblox.com. AND… SURTHRIVAL. Surthrival's BiaMatrix harnesses the synergy of Yerba Maté, Creatine, and balancing amino acids and herbal superfoods to deliver the fuel you need for optimum performance every day! Skip the crash and jitters that conventional pre-workout energy drinks can cause. BiaMatrix's carefully-curated blend of plant-based and adaptogenic herbal compounds offers a healthy, balanced, and focused energy boost while simultaneously working to fight the physical and mental effects of aging. Go to surthrival.com and use code “LUKE” for 10% off any order. HELP SUPPORT THIS SHOW! Love the show? You'll really love Luke's Master Market Online Store! It's a win-win! Get direct links to all of Luke's hand-picked biohacking and health products all in one place, exclusive discounts, and support the show by making purchases through the web store >> SHOP NOW. Other ways to support: SUBSCRIBE >> Apple Podcasts + Stitcher + Google Podcasts + Spotify LEAVE APPLE PODCASTS REVIEW >> Simple step-by-step instructions SHARE >> Spread the word! Tell your family, friends, neighbors, and all your social pals Resources Paste directly from show notes above vedaaustin.com Veda's Shop: vedaaustin.com/shop Facebook: facebook.com/waterresearcher Instagram: @vedaaustin_water Are you ready to block harmful blue light, and look great at the same time? Check out Gilded By Luke Storey. Where fashion meets function: gildedbylukestorey.com Join me on Telegram for the uncensored content big tech won't allow me to post. It's free speech and free content: www.lukestorey.com/telegram Connect with Luke on social media to learn how to take your lifestyle to the next level, plus catch exclusive live interviews & events: INSTAGRAM - @lukestorey // instagram.com/lukestorey FACEBOOK - facebook.com/MrLukeStorey TWITTER - @MrLukeStorey // twitter.com/MRLUKESTOREY YOUTUBE - youtube.com/c/LukeStorey
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In this episode, you'll learn how to condition your body to support power and speed-based activities. In addition, I discuss creatine supplementation and you'll get an introduction to speed training. If you have kids participating in field-based sports, you won't want to miss this. Purchase creatine from Thorne Paper - Skeletal Muscle Energy Metabolism During Exercise ________________ ABOUT THE BLUEPRINT PODCAST: The BluePrint Podcast is for busy professionals and Household CEOs who care deeply about their family, career, and health. Host Dr. Erik Korem distills cutting edge-science, leadership, and life skills into simple tactics optimized for your busy lifestyle and goals. Dr. Korem interviews scientists, coaches, elite athletes, entrepreneurs, entertainers, and exceptional people to discuss science and practical skills you can implement in your life to become the most healthy, resilient, impactful version of yourself. On a mission to equip people to pursue audacious goals, thrive in uncertainty, and live a healthy and fulfilled life, Dr. Erik Korem is a High Performance pioneer. He introduced sports science and athlete tracking technologies to collegiate and professional (NFL) football over a decade ago, and has worked with the National Football League, Power-5 NCAA programs, gold-medal Olympians, Nike, and the United States Department of Defense. Erik is an expert in sleep and stress resilience, and he is the Founder and CEO of AIM7, a wellness app that provides custom exercise recommendations to improve the outcomes of programs and workouts you already love. It unlocks existing data from wearables and other apps to provide empathetic and scientific guidance that's perfectly in tune with your mind and body. SUPPORT & CONNECT Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/erikkorem/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/ErikKorem LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/erik-korem-phd-19991734/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/erikkorem Website - https://www.erikkorem.com/ Newsletter - https://erikkoremhpcoach.activehosted.com/f/ __________ QUOTES “The key is using stress and adapting to it and improving. That's what high performance is to me, the ability to adapt rapidly so you can achieve your potential. There are five key pillars to creating the conditions for adaptability: sleep, exercise, mental resilience, nutrition, and community/relationships.” - Dr. Erik Korem “I maybe have a different concept on leadership. To me, leading is a verb. If you're leading, you're a leader. If you're swimming you're a swimmer, if you're driving you're a driver. If you're leading you're by definition a leader. I define leading as being looked to in a particular moment to make a decision or perform an action based on your unique gifts and abilities. So by that definition, everybody is a leader. All rank and role really describe is how many people are hoping you get it right when it's your turn to wear the weight.” - Clint Bruce "Attention is the currency of performance." - Dr. Peter Haberl “That's what I've discovered in the lives of brilliant, prolific, healthy creatives, is that they have networks of people they leverage in the course of their work. That they learn from, that they were challenged by, that they gave great insight and purview into their own life and work, in such a way that they were able to receive feedback that helped them get better at what they do.” - Todd Henry "Restful and fulfilling sleep enables you to grow, adapt, and thrive. It creates the conditions for adaptation, so you can pursue audacious goals and thrive in uncertainty." - Dr. Erik Korem "Most exercise programs fail, not because the reps and sets are poorly designed, but because the program doesn't adjust for how much stress your body can adapt to that day!. That's why Dr. Chris Morris' research and practical application of fluid periodization is the key for unlocking your performance potential." - Dr. Erik Korem See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, I talk about Charles Oliveira's win over Justin Gaethje, productivity tips, cognitive benefits of intermittent fasting, creatine non-responders, and more. Sit back, relax, and enjoy! Hire Kyle as your coach: http://www.kylehuntfitness.com/services/ Questions on the show: 1: What are your thoughts on the cognitive benefits of Intermittent Fasting? 2: I listened to your podcast with Mike Matthews on underrated exercises. You guys focused mostly on underrated muscle-building exercises. Do you have any underrated exercises for strength or general fitness? 3: I know you are a big fan of creatine, but I have never noticed anything when I have taken it in the past. Am I just a non-responder? How do you know if you are? 4: What's the deal with everyone doing cold plunges and ice baths? Is it for recovery or something else? Connect with Kyle: http://www.kylehuntfitness.com/ Instagram: @huntfitness YouTube: @HuntFitnessTV Absolute Progress 2.0: https://kylehuntfitness.shop/collections/programs/products/absolute-progress Shop training programs including - Powerlifting, Powerbuilding, Bench, etc. https://kylehuntfitness.shop/collections/programs Bodybuilding For Beginners on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3etmDbp Get 10% OFF Axe and Sledge Supplements DISCOUNT CODE: “HUNT” at https://axeandsledge.com/
What's up, guys, and welcome back! In today's episode, we are talking about all things rest and recovery! We're diving into deload weeks, why they're important and how to implement those. We'll also touch on rest days and rest times during workouts. Creatine now available!https://shopmacroswithem.comTrain with Me in the EmPowered Elite Monthly Membership: https://macroswithem.com/programs/The EmPowered Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/macroswithemcommunity/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/macroswithem/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/macroswithem
In this pep talk, I will take you down memory lane. To the time when I all ever wanted and dreamed of was to land a cover of a fitness magazine. But I was doing it for all the wrong reasons while starving and killing myself doing cardio. It was until I did 1:1 coaching that it defined the way my entire career moved forward. Listen to a new way of having your best body and mind using my techniques and expertise at the most personal level. You'll learn my secret sauce to training smart and effective. This is THE program to get direct access to me. Get on it to discover how to be your most authentic strong self in the body you've always dreamed of! JOIN The YOUR BEST BODY PRIVATE COMMUNITY and for the Password say "Jenny invited me"JOIN The YOUR BEST BODY PROGRAM If you enjoyed this episode, make sure and give us a five star rating and leave us a review on iTunes, Podcast Addict, Podchaser and Castbox. STRONG Fitness Magazine Subscription Use discount code STRONGGIRLResourcesSTRONG Fitness MagazineSTRONG Fitness Magazine on IGTeam Strong GirlsCoach JVBFollow Jenny on social mediaInstagramFacebookYouTube
Eyla Cuenca is a voice of wisdom and sanity that's desperately needed in the birthing space. She's built a wealth of knowledge and expertise in her field that spans over a decade. She draws on a blend of ancient traditions and evidence-based information to bring custom-tailored support to every individual no matter where they are in their process. Starting her career as a birthing photographer, Eyla saw a place for herself in the birthing process. But as she went through doula training, it became apparent just how much the process falls short of women's needs. Whether man or woman, Eyla's wisdom applies to all. She shares her journey of becoming a birth keeper and lactation consultant, the effect of having a doula on the birthing process, the difference between a birth keeper and a doula, and her thoughts on the continued attack on individual medical autonomy. Eyla is also offering listeners a generous 20% off her course using code “LUKE20” or by visiting lukestorey.com/eyla. 06:37 — The Role of a Doula in an Optimal Birth What doulas do and how they assist the pregnancy and birthing process How so much doula training falls short The ways media programs us to view birthing How working with a doula affects the outcome of birth Benefits of The Bradley Method Habits for supporting milk production Skin-to-skin contact Hierarchy of milk alternatives 45:59 — Preparing For Giving Birth, Body & Soul Eyla's birthing story Optimal home-birth settings The importance of getting grounded and anchored during birth How epidurals disconnect women from their bodies Following the positions that feel natural Differences between a doula and a midwife The risks of ultrasound – see the Jim West study Feeling confident that you have everything you need to birth naturally Invasive birthing procedures to avoid Eyla's Uncovering Birth Masterclass (use code “LUKE20” for 20% off!) Placenta as a magical superfood for mothers 1:35:59 — Navigating the Troubles of Modern Pregnancy How the plandemic has changed the approach to alternative birthing Preparing the body for birth Reading a woman's signposts during birth Resentment that builds up between couples around birthing and how to avoid it More about this episode. Watch on YouTube. Connect with Luke on social media to learn how to take your lifestyle to the next level, plus catch exclusive live interviews & events: INSTAGRAM - @lukestorey // instagram.com/lukestorey FACEBOOK - facebook.com/MrLukeStorey TWITTER - @MrLukeStorey // twitter.com/MRLUKESTOREY YOUTUBE - youtube.com/c/LukeStorey THIS SHOW IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY: UPGRADED FORMULAS. Have you ever thought about how important knowing your levels is to your performance? 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6x PGA Tour winner Rocco Mediate joins us on this episode of Chasin' Birdies. At 59 years young, there's still plenty of gas left in his tank. We talk about his start on tour in 1986, the 2008 US Open, and what he's doing now on the Champions Tour. This episode will keep you listening and wanting more!Although there were bigger moment's in Rocco's career (like beating Tiger Woods or winning 6x on tour), arguably the most notable weekend of his career happened during the 2008 US Open. Against who? Yep, Tiger Woods. We sit down with Rocco and talk golf in this episode of Chasin' Birdies.The episode opens up with Rocco, while smoking a nice cigar, explaining the process for Tour eligibility in 1986. A collegiate golfer, he knew he had what it took to make it professionally as a golfer…or did he? He explains his early career and what it was like playing against greats like Arnold Palmer and Greg Norman.We fast forward a bit to 2008 and ask Rocco what he was thinking when he had to play in a playoff for the title against Tiger Woods on a Monday. His response is gold. After talking a bit about that certain day in 2008, we navigate over to his golf world now and what he does off the course when he's not studying his lie angles or degrees of bounce.We end the show with our standard Tap-In segment where Rocco is asked 4-5 questions that demand his quick reply. For golfers, this episode will keep your attention from start to finish. Share this episode and let people know that Rocco is still roccin'...Key Links:Visit hbgolf.com for great golf apparel now repped by Chasin' Birdies.Stay tuned for more info on winning custom headcovers from WinstonCollection.comOur Tap-in segment is sponsored by Bettinardi GolfFilmed at Nemacolin Resort.This episode is presented by LinksBrewing-----Follow Chasin' Birdies on Instagram @chasin_birdies.Chasin' Birdies is hosted by Ryan Bashour and Jonathan Pepe and is proudly recorded in West Virginia. Produced by Simpler Media.
In this episode, Derek and I answer questions submitted by listeners of the show. Q#1: Hey Kyle, I heard that creatine causes hair loss and baldness, is there any truth to this? Q#2: I travel a ton for work and it makes it hard to follow any type of diet. Do you have any advice for things I can eat on the go, or what to order when frequently eating at restaurants? Q3: I have a strange question. I think I have a strength imbalance between my right and left leg. Would there be any downside to doing only unilateral movements for the lower body? I am thinking about doing a program with only lunges, step-ups, split squats, etc. What are your thoughts? Q4: To make a long story short, I was off and on dieting for the past year. After losing about ten pounds initially, my weight hit a plateau and no matter what I did, it wouldn't budge. Eventually, I got tired of dieting and increased my calories by 300. I expected my weight to shoot up, but it barely moved. I guess my question is, why haven't I gained weight? Q5: If you could go back in time and give your younger self one piece of training advice what would it be? Hire Kyle as your coach: http://www.kylehuntfitness.com/services/ Derek: https://www.instagram.com/derekcharlebois/ Kyle: http://www.kylehuntfitness.com/ Instagram: @huntfitness YouTube: @HuntFitnessTV Absolute Progress 2.0: https://kylehuntfitness.shop/collections/programs/products/absolute-progress Shop training programs including - Powerlifting, Powerbuilding, Bench, etc. https://kylehuntfitness.shop/collections/programs Bodybuilding For Beginners on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3etmDbp
Today's episode features a big milestone in Greg's Road to the Stage update, followed by a Research Review that's sure to stir up some controversy and debate. Researchers recently reported that a little bit of resistance training is associated with lower risk of chronic disease and mortality, but doing more than 2-2.5 hours per day appeared to be considerably worse than doing only 30-60 minutes per day, and potentially worse than doing none at all. In this Research Review, Greg gets to the bottom of it and provides some tentative but practical conclusions. After that, Greg and Eric answer a few questions from listeners, covering topics including potential sleep disruption from pre-bed meals, cannabis for lifters, creatine timing, what to do when you've met your daily protein target but you're below your total calorie target, the way overhead press strength scales with body weight, consequences of insufficient protein intake, how volume for one muscle influences hypertrophy for other muscles, and the role of debates in evidence-based fitness. To close out the show, Eric presents his second (but very disappointing) installment of the fan-favorite segment, “Eric's Seder Stories.” SUPPORT THE PODCASTReceive our Research Spotlight newsletter, and check out our Facebook group and subreddit.MacroFactorIf you want to learn more about our MacroFactor diet app, check it out here.To join in on the MacroFactor conversation, check out our Facebook group and subreddit.MASS Research ReviewGet a free 130-page issue of MASS Research Review. This brand new "Best Of" issue of MASS contains 5 articles, 2 videos, and 10 Research Brief articles breaking down some of the best and most relevant nutrition, strength, and physique research from 2021-2022.Subscribe to the MASS Research Review to get concise and applicable breakdowns of the latest strength, physique, and nutrition research – delivered monthly.Bulk SupplementsFinally, next time you stock up on supplements from BulkSupplements.com, be sure to use the promo code “SBSPOD” (all caps) to get 5% off your entire order. TIME STAMPSIntro/Announcements (0:00)Road to the Stage / Road to Athens (3:21)Research Review: The effects of lifting on mortality risk (11:10)Muscle-strengthening activities are associated with lower risk and mortality in major non-communicable diseases: a systematic review and meta-analysis of cohort studies Q&A (42:23)Is a high-protein meal before bed worth the potential boost for muscle protein synthesis if it causes sleep disruption? (43:07)Walking Benefits and Pre-Sleep ProteinAny updates on the effects of cannabis on strength or hypertrophy? (48:35)Q&A: Warming Up, Calculating Volume, Assessing Fatigue, and Creatine Non-RespondersCannabis Use and Sport: A Systematic ReviewCannabis and Athletic PerformanceShould creatine be consumed after workouts to maximize its effects? (52:55)Timing of Creatine Supplementation around Exercise: A Real Concern?Creatine guide: Addendum about gastrointestinal (GI) discomfort in response to creatine ingestionYou're planning for three meals per day, but already hit your protein target within the first two meals. How much protein should you eat in your third meal? (55:12)Why does the strict overhead press scale so hard with bodyweight compared to other lifts, particularly the jerk? (1:01:36)What happens if you massively undereat protein? (1:07:46)How much does one's volume for any given muscle affect (positively or negatively) hypertrophy for other muscles? (1:09:29)Why don't you debate ? (1:18:19)To Play Us Out: Eric's Seder Stories, Part 2 (1:32:09)Episode 1: Creatine, Genetics, and Dr. Peter Fitschen
Dr. Stacy Sims is a forward thinking international exercise physiologist and nutrition scientist who aims to revolutionize exercise nutrition and performance for women. She has directed research programs at Stanford, AUT University, and the University of Waikato, focusing on female athlete health and performance and pushing the dogma to improve research on all women. With the unique opportunities Silicon Valley has to offer, during her tenure at Stanford, she had the opportunity to translate earlier research into consumer products and a science-based layperson's book (ROAR) written to explain sex differences in training and nutrition across the lifespan. Both the consumer products and the book challenged the existing dogma for women in exercise, nutrition, and health. This paradigm shift is the focus of her famous "Women Are Not Small Men” TEDx talk. Stacy's latest book, Next Level: Your Guide To Kicking Ass, Feeling Great, And Crushing Goals Through Menopause And Beyond, is out May 17th. • This episode of The Ready State Podcast is sponsored by Momentous, the largest supplier of nutritional support to college, pro-sports teams, and the military in the world. In this conversation with Stacy Sims, a couple of supplements come up a lot: Collagen and Creatine. And the importance of starting them early. Right now, Momentous is offering The Ready State listeners a discounted Collagen/Creatine Bundle. Go to thereadystate.com/momentous to check it out and use code "TRS" for an additional 20% OFF your first purchase.
DM "FAT LOSS "To @ColossusFit for Online Coaching - 3 spotsToday we're going to be talking about and going over the nutritional hierarchy of fat loss giving you the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth. 1- Energy Balance/Calories2- MacronutrientsProtein= Most important and absolutely cannot be overlooked.*The amount of calories you consume from carbs/fats makes VERY little difference when calories/protein are being focused on.Carbs= provides body with the energy it needs.Fats= value-able at increasing testosterone levels and other hormones3- Micronutrients4- Meal timing or frequency*Once everything else is dialed in, could be good to focus on this factor.-You want to maximize your ability to build muscle to the fullest, so somewhere between 2-3g leucine is ideal, so approx 25-40g per protein for serving.-Leucine is the most powerful amino acid. There is a certain threshold of leucine that must be reached before your body can start protein synthesis.-Splitting evenly thoughout day is beneficial vs. spreading it out like 10-15-15-10, etc. OR all at once in 1 meal.-Carbs around training not necessarily beneficial. Some people feel better, and some people don't. Everyone is different and each person is different.-Ask yourself how do you feel when you train?5- Supplements-Really not important compared to first 3 pillars-Creatine monohydrate, protein(if needed), caffeine.Thanks for listening! We genuinely appreciate every single one of you listening.➢Join our exclusive FREE facebook group: https://bit.ly/3snmT26➢Follow us on instagram @colossusfit➢Apply to get your Polished Physique: Colossus Fitness - The Polished Physique ProgramSupport the show (https://www.colossusfitness.com)
Throughout my training and practice as a physician, I have come to one very disappointing conclusion: Western medicine isn't helping people lead better lives. Now that I've realized this, I've become obsessed with understanding what makes us healthy or ill. I want to live the best life I can and I want to be able to share this knowledge with others so that they can do the same. This podcast is the result of my relentless search to understand the roots of chronic disease. If you want to know how to live the most radical life possible I hope you'll join me on this journey. Time Stamps: 00:09:15 Podcast begins 00:10:00 What is an animal based diet? 00:13:05 Why an animal based diet? 00:20:30 Harmful effects of a ketogenic diet 00:26:05 How to construct an animal based diet and why you shouldn't eat plants 00:40:50 How to do an animal based diet 00:43:22 The importance of Creatine 00:58:09 Why should we not fear fruit? 1:04:30 Paul's daily routine 1:06:40 Negative effects of coffee/caffeine 1:09:00 Paul's thoughts on eating windows 1:13:50 Food combining and closing things out Sponsors: Heart & Soil: www.heartandsoil.co White Oak Pastures: www.whiteoakpastures.com, use code CarnivoreMD for 10% off your first order Eight Sleep: $150 off the PodPro cover at www.eightsleep.com/carnivoremd Lets Get Checked: 20% off your order at www.TRYLGC.com/carnivoremd Joovv Light Therapy: http://joovv.com/paul, use code PAUL for an exclusive discount
My guest is Dr. Kyle Gillett, MD, a dual board-certified physician in family medicine and obesity medicine and an expert in optimizing hormone levels to improve overall health and well-being in both men and women. We discuss how to improve hormones using behavioral, nutritional, and exercise-based tools and safely and rationally approach supplementation and hormone therapies. We discuss testosterone and estrogen and how those hormones relate to fertility, mood, aging, relationships, disease pathologies, thyroid hormone, growth hormone, prolactin, dopamine and peptides that impact physical and mental health and vitality across the lifespan. The episode is rich with scientific mechanisms and tools for people to consider. Thank you to our sponsors Thesis: https://takethesis.com/huberman InsideTracker: https://insidetracker.com/huberman ROKA: https://roka.com - use code "huberman" See Andrew Huberman Live: The Brain Body Contract Tuesday, May 17th: Seattle, WA Wednesday, May 18th: Portland, OR https://hubermanlab.com/tour Our Patreon page https://www.patreon.com/andrewhuberman Supplements from Thorne https://www.thorne.com/u/huberman For the full show notes, visit hubermanlab.com. Timestamps (00:00:00) Dr. Kyle Gillett, MD, Hormone Optimization (00:03:10) The Brain-Body Contract (00:04:10) Thesis, InsideTracker, ROKA (00:08:24) Preventative Medicine & Hormone Health (00:14:17) The Six Pillars of Hormone Health Optimization (00:17:14) Diet for Hormone Health, Blood Testing (00:20:21) Exercise for Hormone Health (00:21:06) Caloric Restriction, Obesity & Testosterone (00:23:55) Intermittent Fasting, Growth Hormone (GH), IGF-1 (00:29:08) Sleep Quality & Hormones (00:35:03) Testosterone in Women (00:38:55) Dihydrotestosterone (DHT), Hair Loss (00:43:46) DHT in Men and Women, Turmeric/Curcumin, Creatine (00:50:10) 5-Alpha Reductase, Finasteride, Saw Palmetto (00:52:30) Hair loss, DHT, Creatine Monohydrate (00:55:07) Hair Regrowth, Male Pattern Baldness (00:58:12) Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), Inositol, DIM (01:04:00) Oral Contraception, Perceived Attractiveness, Fertility (01:10:31) Testosterone & Marijuana or Alcohol (01:14:27) Sleep Supplement Frequency (01:15:34) Testosterone Supplementation & Prostate Cancer (01:20:24) Prostate Health, Dietary Fiber, Saw Palmetto, C-Reactive Protein (01:24:05) Prostate Health & Pelvic Floor, Viagra, Tadalafil (01:30:54) Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) (01:35:17) Estrogen & Aromatase Inhibitors, Calcium D-Glucarate, DIM (01:39:28) Lifestyle Factors to Increase Testosterone/Estrogen Levels, Dietary Fats (01:45:34) Aromatase Supplements: Ecdysterone, Turkesterone (01:47:04) Tongkat Ali (Long Jack), Estrogen/Testosterone levels (01:52:25) Fadogia Agrestis, Luteinizing Hormone (LH), Frequency (01:56:44) Boron, Sex Hormone Binding Globulin (SHBG) (01:58:13) Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG), Fertility (02:04:18) Prolactin & Dopamine, Pituitary Damage (02:08:34) Augmenting Dopamine Levels: Casein, Gluten, Vitamin E, Vitamin B6 (P5P) (02:12:30) L-Carnitine & Fertility, TMAO & Allicin (Garlic) (02:18:19) Blood Test Frequency (02:19:41) Long-Term Relationships & Effects on Hormones (02:25:33) Nesting Instincts: Prolactin, Childbirth & Relationships (02:29:05) Cold & Hot Exposure, Hormones & Fertility (02:32:34) Peptide Hormones: Insulin, Tesamorelin, Ghrelin (02:37:24) Growth Hormone-Releasing Peptides (GHRPs) (02:39:38) BPC-157 & Injury, Dosing Frequency (02:45:23) Uses for Melanotan (02:48:21) Spiritual Health Impact on Mental & Physical Health (02:54:18) Caffeine & Hormones (02:56:19) Neural Network Newsletter, Zero-Cost Support, YouTube Feedback, Spotify Review, Apple Reviews, Sponsors, Patreon, Thorne, Instagram, Twitter, Brain-Body Contract Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac Disclaimer