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Best podcasts about starting strength

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Starting Strength Radio
Q&A Episode - Texas Weightlifting Boot, Rip's Cookbook, & Apocalypto | Starting Strength Radio #180

Starting Strength Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 71:26


Rip takes live questions from Starting Strength fans. 03:14 Comments from the haters! 13:05 When to wear a belt 18:31 Texas Weightlifting Boot 21:47 Body composition 34:57 Stretch marks 38:31 Blurry vision after lifting 46:50 Dumbbells in a home gym 53:13 Rip's cookbook 59:23 Apocalypto

Starting Strength Radio
From Apprentice to Head Coach | Starting Strength Gyms Podcast #34

Starting Strength Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 59:47


Ray Gillenwater talks with Tony Stein about his experience going from an apprentice to a head coach at Starting Strength Houston. 02:38 - How Tony got started with the team at Starting Strength Houston 05:55 - Interview Process 12:51- Apprenticeship on the first day 14:31 - Being dedicated and loving what you do 20:03 - Approaching the prep course 36:10 - Difficulty of the prep course 49:26 - Progression from apprentice to Starting Strength Coach and salary

Starting Strength Radio
Q&A Episode - The Queen, Chimpanzees, and Gym Affiliates | Starting Strength Radio #179

Starting Strength Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 78:18


Rip answers questions from Starting Strength Network subscribers and fans. 04:17 Comments from the Haters! 19:58 Gym affiliates 24:19 Comments from the idiots 24:58 The Queen 38:40 Meet PRs 48:11 Training on a ship 51:39 Hip stress fracture 58:25 Man vs. chimp 1:02:08 Breathing during the press 1:03:54 Preparing a cheeseburger

Starting Strength Radio
20% Better Orgasms at Age 54 | Starting Strength Gyms Podcast #33

Starting Strength Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 72:32


Ray talks with Andy about how becoming stronger has helped with his work and improved his sex life. 05:14 - Life is better when you're stronger 11:42 - Dumb injury stories 13:41 - What changes were noticed after becoming stronger 20:12 - Starting numbers and PRs 39:15 - Becoming Captain America 42:17 - Better orgasms 45:02 - Better posture 52:10 - More PRs 57:31 - Surprising things about the program 1:02:37 - The Vertical Diet 1:05:03 - You can't argue with the results

Starting Strength Radio
Testosterone and Depression with Trevor Rachko | Starting Strength Radio #178

Starting Strength Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 90:20


Rip and Trevor Rachko discuss the benefits testosterone can have for someone with depression and the downsides of taking SSRIs. 01:32 Trevor Rachko 02:41 Why are doctors afraid of TRT 12:40 SSRIs 20:20 Clinical depression 29:04 Staying on SSRIs 33:49 Quitting SSRIs 41:17 Testosterone reference range 50:00 Having proof 1:00:38 Opposite of depression 1:14:23 Will testosterone be made illegal

Starting Strength Radio
Nutrition Priorities For Strength Trainees | Starting Strength Gyms Podcast #32

Starting Strength Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 81:43


Ray sits down with Nick Delgadillo to discuss nutrition for strength training. 03:30 - Maintaining performance/gaining strength 07:30 - The feedback loop 12:00 - Recovery is a requirement 14:20 - First priority is getting strong / protein 26:00 - Don't give too much information 33:00 - How to get it done / Food staples / Simple approaches 41:00 - Food quality 47:00 - Order of priorities with nutrition 57:00 - Gaining muscle mass 01:04:00 - Fuel for training

Starting Strength Radio
Q&A Episode - Tulsa, Spondylolisthesis, and Elk Meat Starting Strength Radio #177

Starting Strength Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 86:08


Q&A Episode - Tulsa, Spondylolisthesis, and Elk Meat | Starting Strength Radio #177 Rip takes live calls from Starting Strength fans. 03:25 Comments from the haters 12:40 The RDL 24:21 Thoughts on Tulsa 27:30 Grade one spondylolisthesis 41:39 Lagging deadlift 1:04:35 Sets of ten on the bench press 1:15:28 Picking up some meat

Strength For All
Episode 63 - Mobility Myths (With Brayden from The Strength Co.)

Strength For All

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 56:00


063 Mobility Myths(With Brayden from The Strength Co.) (0:00) - Intro (0:55) - The youngest Starting Strength coach ever. (3:14) - What's Brayden's best squat / bench / deadlift / overhead press? (5:13) - Is everyone doing mobility wrong? (7:52) - Athlean X. (9:44) - Googling "how to improve my squat depth"? (11:10) - How much your squat will go up when you stop worrying about "mobility". (11:58) - Isn't mobility useful for other things? (13:44) - 1+1=2? (15:02) - The evidence just isn't there to support the use of mobility drills. (16:18) - The time cost of doing mobility drills. (17:38) - How "supple" do you really think you need to be in order to squat? (19:32) - Cooking with adhesions. (21:36) - So many people fall for mobility myths (even us). (23:21) - People making up problems out of nothing. (25:14) - Is mobility preventative towards injury? (28:38) - What can people do if they have mobility troubles during exercise? (31:58) - What do I do if I still can't squat deep enough? (36:16) - Do popular social media trainers know that they are misinformed? (40:07) - Why does Mark Rippetoe reject RPE? (43:11) - Other types of mobility exercises. (45:25) - Properly warming up before you train. (49:20) - You need to stretch or you will be messed up when you get older (*eye roll) (52:48) - We killed mobility. (53:41) - Brayden & Strength Co - social media / & contact info. (54:23) - Toronto, eh. (55:16) - Outro. My Social Media & Contact Info: Email: jonnyreps@gmail.com Website: Jonnyrepsfitness.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jonny_reps_fitness/ Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/jonnyrepsfitness/ Twitter: https://mobile.twitter.com/jonny_reps YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvkLTHoZ5cLVOSk3D4VR3ww Tik Tok: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZSbuB4Tg/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonathan-repasch-b603b7a4 Brayden & The Strength Co: The Strength Co. on TikTok:https://www.tiktok.com/@thestrengthco Brayden on Instagram: https://instagram.com/wholelottalifting The Strength Co. Website: https://www.thestrength.co/costa-mesa-gym/

Evolution Security Podcast
Ep. 86 Nick Delgadillo – Starting Strength and Lift Fight Win

Evolution Security Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 116:01


Nick Delgadillo is the head instructor over the Starting Strength coach certification program and the founder of Lift, Fight, Win.   Starting Strength under the leadership of Mark Rippetoe, author of the storied book of the same title has been making people stronger and more useful for years.  The program is a reductionist barbell training system using archetypal human movement biomechanics with linear progression and movement cues that everyone can easily learn.  For more information: Starting Strength or to buy a book Starting Strength Book Nick is also a JiuJitsu and Combatives coach at IOWAPARKBJJ.COM In this show we talk at length about Nick's life and contribution as a consummate coach.  We also do a small After Action Review of the recent Rangemaster Advanced Firearms Instructor Development Course that Nick, Eric and Aaron attended together.   Lastly check out the Starting Strength Podcast for additional strength and fitness news and discussion.   Please subscribe and share our podcast with friends and family.  Visit our website for bios, future events and info at www.evosec.org  Like, follow and share us on Facebook and Instagram @evosecusa WE ARE PUMPED TO HAVE A NEW AFFILIATE LINK FOR ORIGIN AND JOCKO FUEL!!!  Help support this show by purchasing any of your JiuJitsu gear, Jocko Supplements, books clothing and more... link below. Origin/Jocko Fuel – Bringing back American manufacturing, producing the best Jiu-Jitsu Gis on the market, Jeans, rash guards, and world class supplements to help you on the path.  Use EvoSec10 at checkout for 10% off, this helps us greatly.  EVOSEC Originusa.com AFFILIATE LINK Keepers Concealment Original authority on Appendix Holsters, Appendix Training  Offer high-Performance Handgun Training - specializing in Concealed Carry Performance.  Keepers Concealment also - proud affiliate CCWSAFE, the truly proven legal service membership company - offering dedicated legal defense heaven forbid you're forced to use lethal force.   To buy a holster, sign up for a class, inquire about hosting a course or join CCWsafe, Use EVOTWINS for 10% off.  Keepersconcealment.com To sign up for CCWsafe: https://keepersconcealment.com/ccw-safe Tenicor – www.tenicor.com they are educators, and innovators in the holster market.  They are firearms instructors themselves, pressure testing their gear in multiple force on force events every year.  We support those who do the work.   Patronizing our sponsors helps us greatly so thank you in advance.   Evolution Security is Eric Davis, Aaron Davis and Brian Schilt; specializing in self-protection education, defensive pistol and carbine, consulting, and weapons based grappling.  Their mission is to help those serious about protecting themselves and their loved ones, become more capable though filtered information, recommended study, and highlighting their mentors who are the best in the field.   In addition, Eric and Aaron (twins) are musicians keeping with Musashi's adage that martial artist should focus on art outside of the martial (bumper music recorded by the brothers). 

Starting Strength Radio
The Mental and Physical Toll of "Perfectionism" | Starting Strength Gyms Podcast #31

Starting Strength Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 65:30


Ray Gillenwater talks with Shelley Wells about her experience with the burdens of perfectionism and how Starting Strength has helped her overcome struggles. 02:32 Shelley's PRs 04:17 Negative expectations for women 05:49 Comparing ballet and lifting cultures 08:29 Food culture around ballet 13:45 Advice for other women 14:30 Exercise as a form of punishment 20:59 Burdens of perfectionism 31:01 Physical changes experienced 50:02 Desire to protect the brand

Starting Strength Radio
Vaccine Facts with Dr. Jessica Rose Starting Strength Radio #176

Starting Strength Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 78:56


Rip and Dr. Jessica Rose discuss vaccines, vaccine injury reporting, and more analysis of the VAERS data. 00:42 Dr. Jessica Rose 01:28 Vaccine reporting/VAERS 08:12 Funding 09:40 More on the VAERS data 17:56 Covid-19 vaccine injuring people 32:30 Money isn't the only driving force 39:57 Behavior control 49:38 Self-responsibility 52:45 The big picture 1:02:45 Wanting us dead 1:04:40 Personal story 1:08:46 This is a test

Starting Strength Radio
Corporate Workaholic Turned Gym Owner | Starting Strength Gyms Podcast #30

Starting Strength Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 71:09


Ray Gillenwater talks with the owner of Starting Strength Chicago, Jon Fraser, about overcoming workaholic syndrome and focusing his energy on himself and the gym. 01:43 - Current PRs 09:43 - Life before and after the gym 15:22 - Everyone has a stress threshold 18:13 - Focusing energy on the gym 26:47 - Doing business in Chicago 47:46 - Gym buildout details 52:04 - Make sure you have the funding 58:59 - Coach development

Starting Strength Radio
Strength Standards, Combatives, and the Army with Matt Larsen | Starting Strength Radio #175

Starting Strength Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 82:01


Rip talks with Matt Larsen about his recently released Combatives Belt system, and why he chose the squat, bench, and deadlift as the test for the strength standard. Matt Larsen, the father of Modern Combatives, is a former United States Marine, United States Army Ranger, and Black Belt Magazine Hall of Fame combatives instructor. He is the Director of Combatives at The United States Military Academy at West Point. 00:41 Matt Larsen 02:55 The importance of strength in the army 14:15 The young soldier is motivated 20:53 How to teach 23:22 A new combative belt system and standards 34:41 How the belt system works 42:12 Having proper standards 47:23 Military standards 1:00:52 Quality improving by creating new leaders

Starting Strength Radio
Growing up with Rip - Josh Wells | Starting Strength Gyms Podcast #29

Starting Strength Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 62:42


Ray Gillenwater talks with the head coach of Starting Strength Katy, Josh Wells, about growing up around Mark Rippetoe and how he found Wichita Falls Athletic Club. 02:31 - Current Olympic lifting PRs 05:40 - How Josh came across WFAC 21:20 - Mentorship or advice from Rip 29:14 - Opening Starting Strength Houston 39:48 - Case study sneak peek 45:59 - Gaining weight for a better physique 50:44 - Josh is accepting online clients 51:28 - Ending on a Chase story

Starting Strength Radio
Starting Strength Book for Women? | Starting Strength Radio #174

Starting Strength Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 72:07


Rip talks about training for women and explains why there isn't a "pink book." 02:30 Comments from the Haters 18:09 Training Women 23:47 How women used to train 31:36 Starting Strength: Basic Barbell Training and the Novice Program 40:52 Neuromuscular efficiency in women 47:29 Approaching training for women 1:05:25 Weight increase considerations

Starting Strength Radio
Is Physical Therapy Fraud? | Starting Strength Gyms Podcast #28

Starting Strength Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 71:26


Ray Gillenwater and Chris Reis talk about medical bureaucracy and how physical therapy studies work. 02:56 - Physical therapy may be a fraud 08:22 - Point of view on medical bureaucracy 12:03 - Starting Strength Gyms is outcome oriented 25:38 - Rip's point of view integrated into education systems for PTs 29:13 - Breakdown of how a PT study works 38:38 - What have you learned from Starting Strength 41:18 - Goal of making people stronger 50:53 - Clinical experience that has been helpful in the gym 55:02 - Holes in Rip's position or any updates needed for Starting Strength 59:18 - Which job has a higher net impact on helping people

Weights and Plates Podcast
#34 - Easy Doesn't Work: An Interview with Stef Bradford (Starting Strength)

Weights and Plates Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 82:38 Very Popular


Coach Robert and Coach Trent interview the woman behind the curtain at the Aasgaard Company, publisher of Stating Strength: Basic Barbell Training 3rd Edition (and the popular training method by the same name), Practical Programming, several other books, and thousands of articles about barbell training, programming, nutrition, the sport of weightlifting and powerlifting, and much more. Stef Bradford holds a PhD in Pharmacology and decades of strength training and competitive weightlifting experience under her belt.    Stef joins the podcast today to discuss the mental and philosophical side of training and why the term “easy doesn't work” encapsulates the career of a lifter. As she says, “easy doesn't work” is a catchy phrase but the idea is really “comfort doesn't work.” The Stress/Recovery/Adaptation principle demands that we continually push out of our comfort zone or cease growing/adapting. Moreover, we have to continually attempt to grow to counter the entropy that is inherent to our universe.   Starting Strength website https://startingstrength.com   Find a Coach at the Starting Strength Coaches Directory https://coaching.startingstrength.com     Weights & Plates: https://weightsandplates.com Robert Santana on Instagram: @the_robert_santana   Trent Jones: @marmalade_cream https://www.jonesbarbellclub.com

Starting Strength Radio
Q&A Episode - Texan, P Scale for Men, and Hair Loss | Starting Strength Radio #173

Starting Strength Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 55:19


Rip answers questions from Starting Strength Network subscribers and fans. 4:08 Comments from the haters 11:42 Texan pronunciation 15:17 Right shoulder frozen after cancer treatment 19:11 Does everything get stronger 21:34 P scale for men 25:28 Marty checking in 26:01 Formerly known as Zach the Jew 29:27 Strength training and hair loss 31:26 Deviated septum 37:27 Horse question 44:49 Masters deadlift meet 48:05 Going to maintenance

Starting Strength Radio
A 730 Pound Deadlift at Age 24 | Starting Strength Gyms Podcast #27

Starting Strength Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 60:34


Ray Gillenwater talks with Chase Lindley, aka the Vanilla Gorilla, about how he found Wichita Falls Athletic Club and the many lifting milestones he's accomplished. 02:05 - Chase's current PRs and how he found WFAC 04:38 - Back to the beginning 11:01 - Chase's early milestones with lifting 24:12 - How Chase thinks | learning new things 30:00 - Where would Chase be if he didn't become a Starting Strength Coach 36:20 - Chase's plan for the future 41:19 - Chase Lindley lifting tips 51:14 - How lifting has helped with diabetes 56:51 - Fun Rippetoe story

Starting Strength Radio
Preparing for the Oral Board | Starting Strength Radio #172

Starting Strength Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 104:47


Rip talks about the Starting Strength Coach certification process and why there's an oral board test now. 04:53 Comments from the haters 19:54 Starting Strength Method 41:29 Starting Strength Coach certification 50:30 The oral board 55:27 Changes in the certification process over the years 1:06:14 Understanding the system 01:11:10 Rip's not on the panel 01:14:16 The prep course 01:30:10 Preparation for the certification 01:34:44 Who passes the oral board

Baker Barbell Podcast
#22 - 10 Tips for Shorter Workouts

Baker Barbell Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 42:55 Very Popular


It's a common complaint for lifters becoming more and more advanced -- my workouts are taking too long! For lifters coming out of a Starting Strength style LP, for instance, and starting the Texas Method or some other popular 5x5 programs, they soon realize that doing five sets of five squats across takes a LONG time, and can be quite fatiguing too. And let's be honest, most of us have lives with higher priorities than training. So training needs to fit in a reasonable time frame, and leave us with enough energy to get on with the rest of our lives.   Andy lays out ten ways you can shorten your workouts, decrease your fatigue, and enjoy training more.   Lower your training volume — especially if you're pushing the two hour mark on your workouts. You probably don't need as much volume as you think you do to progress.   Ditch your phone during the workout — let's be honest, it's a major distraction device.   Plan your workouts — have your sets, reps, and weights planned beforehand if possible. This way you'll walk into the gym focused on what you need to do, and probably have a more productive workout as a result.   Practice logistical efficiency — try to pick exercises that "fit" together, that is, that you can load and unload efficiently without excessive setup and tear down time.   Use supersets and circuits for accessory/assistance lifts   Warm up your next lift during the rest time for your current lift   Increase your training frequency for shorter sessions   Incorporate rest pause sets   Use the dynamic effort method for volume based strength work   Improve your conditioning so you can do more work in less time (increase your work capacity)     Cox Sauce BBQ Sauce -- Get One Free When You Buy Three! https://coxsaucebbqsauce.com   Andy Baker Blog: www.AndyBaker.com IG: @bakerbarbell Owner of Kingwood Strength & Conditioning Co-author of Practical Programming for Strength Training Co-author of The Barbell Prescription: Strength Training for Life After 40   Dan Flanick IG: @coachdanflanick Gym: https://www.skaneatelesstrength.com

Starting Strength Radio
An Interview with Ray Gillenwater | Starting Strength Gyms Podcast #26

Starting Strength Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 66:51


Inna Koppel interviews Ray Gillenwater on his podcast about Starting Strength Gyms and what went into him creating the franchise company and team. 03:02 - Starting Strength Gyms was the next logical step 11:38 - What each Gillenwater does/Whose idea was it? 15:07 - Design/floor plan of the gyms 21:05 - Why there isn't a front "sales" desk at a Starting Strength Gym 32:05 - Advice for continuing education/becoming a Starting Strength Coach 41:38 - The Starting Strength difference 47:48 - How gym owners are chosen 54:51 - Our Values at Starting Strength Gyms/Gratitude

Starting Strength Radio
Dr. Wittmer - Hormone Optimization Therapy | Starting Strength Radio #171

Starting Strength Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 72:37


Rip and Dr. Mike Wittmer talk about optimizing hormones and how he helps clients and lifters through his telemedicine practice. 00:44 Introducing Dr. Mike Wittmer 02:21 Wittmer Rejuvenation Clinic 08:54 Dr. Wittmer's approach 14:19 Experience in the office 22:49 New research on testosterone and SSRIs 27:51 Psychiatrists using hormones 35:41 Doctors, Big Pharma, and you 45:08 The typical presentation of a patient 52:23 About testosterone 54:05 Bio-identical 59:26 In regards to the medical community

Starting Strength Radio
7 Months of Barbell Rehab for Neck Surgery | Starting Strength Gyms Podcast #25

Starting Strength Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 115:16


Ray sits down with Physical Therapist and Starting Strength Coach Will Morris to discuss Ray's unique rehab from debilitating neck surgery. 09:00 - In Depth on Will's plan for Ray's recovery 10:50 - Difference between perceived weakness and overt weakness 22:30 - 8-week post-op period 24:55 - Having pain vs. being injured 35:12 - Bodybuilding is icing on the cake 45:05 - How would the outcomes be from doing traditional PT vs. hiring Will 50:55 - Will's programming for Ray's squat 01:02:00 - Training on the road/isolation work 01:17:54 - Running/living with prosthetics 01:26:42 - Changing people's minds with Starting Strength 01:32:08 - Advice for managing your healthcare

Starting Strength Radio
Q&A Episode - Rip's Tattoos, Power vs. Strength, and Zach the Jew | Starting Strength Radio #170

Starting Strength Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 73:18


Rip answers questions from Starting Strength Network subscribers and fans. 04:31 - Comments from the haters 14:55 - Another one from Marty Fox 21:49 - Should I run an LP? 24:38 - Press programming 27:43 - Rip's tattoos 30:42 - Power vs. strength on fatigue 43:16 - Halting deadlifts and rack pulls for master lifters 50:00 - Medical advancements 59:19 - Zach the Jew

Starting Strength Radio
Rip's Friend of 20+ Years, Carmen Phillips | Starting Strength Gyms Podcast #24

Starting Strength Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 78:25


Ray Gillenwater talks with Rip's best friend and the manager of his gym, Carmen Phillips. 02:05 - How Rip and Carmen met 06:47 - How does Carmen handle working with Rip 09:23 - Starting Strength 10 years ago vs now 16:41 - What are the things that made Starting Strength? 25:55 - Memorable WFAC moments over the years 37:38 - Attend a seminar while you can 41:04 - Carmen's inspiring clients 48:04 - How people respond to Rip's approach 56:54 - Hormone Optimization Therapy

Starting Strength Radio
War Movies | Starting Strength Radio #169

Starting Strength Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 103:29


Rip and John Musser talk about the best war movies of all time. 00:53 John Musser/war movies 06:55 Kelly's Heroes 14:44 Apocalypse Now 20:13 Full Metal Jacket 25:14 The Dirty Dozen 33:13 Das Boot 41:34 12 O'Clock High 47:37 Zulu 57:40 Dunkirk/1917 1:09:11 Fury 1:19:57 Black Hawk Down 1:30:25 Saving Private Ryan

Starting Strength Radio
Bodybuilding vs Strength Training | Starting Strength Gyms Podcast #23

Starting Strength Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 97:44


Andy Baker Co-Authored Practical Programming for Strength Training and The Barbell Prescription: Strength Training for Life After 40 with the Founder of Starting Strength, Mark Rippetoe. He is a Starting Strength Coach and the Owner of Baker Personal Training in Kingwood, Texas. He's been a professional strength coach for over 17 years and is considered one of the leaders in the industry for his academic and practical contributions to the field of strength training. Ray and Andy sit down to discuss the differences between strength training and bodybuilding. 02:08 - Definitions of bodybuilding, strengthlifting, powerlifting, etc. 09:40 - How a young man improves his physique 24:10 - Some advice to build base strength 41:02 - Three contributing factors to physique 50:20 - Don't do more, do better 53:15 - Where does the NLP end and what's next 1:05:00 - Drug use in sports 1:15:30 - Therapeutic doses of TRT 1:23:40 - In summary, if you are a young man and aren't already strong, get strong

Starting Strength Radio
Q&A Episode - Passing the Opt-In, Heat Exhaustion, and Rip Retiring Starting Strength Radio #168

Starting Strength Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 74:25


Rip answers questions from Starting Strength Network subscribers and fans. 1:37 Comments from the lovers 5:18 Several certifications but still has questions 34:26 Has anyone passed on their first opt-in at a seminar 37:41 Warming up for the deadlift by doing power cleans 39:42 Thanks for the TRT podcasts 44:22 Cortisone and training 46:07 Stiff leg deadlift and rows 49:09 Rip retiring 57:22 Ideal retirement situation 1:00:16 Uncle benching in high school 1:04:19 Tips for overcoming heat exhaustion 1:07:08 Locking knees during the deadlift

School Sucks: Higher Education For Self-Liberation

The Essential School Sucks, #21 of 50 Theme Three: What It Means To Be Educated Scott Hambrick returns for a discussion on "how people learn and how we help them do that," as he aspires to be a more effective home-educator, Starting Strength coach, and leader at Online Great Books (https://onlinegreatbooks.com/ogb-memberships/?cookieUUID=b0752603-b84f-4b68-8330-3bf3fc074d2c). We begin our discussion with an exploration of the common learning theories practiced in public school and higher education, along with a cost/benefit analysis of each: behaviorism, cognitivism, and (social) constructivism. We also touch on connectivism and mindset theory. In future conversation(s) we'll cover additional behaviors and practices that can greatly enhance both the learning and thing processes, including The 20-Hour Rule, the Six Thinking Hats, the Trivium Method, attributes of self-directed learning and strategies for critical thinking in everyday life. The Ideas Into Action Summit (https://sspuniversity.com/ideasintoaction/) The downloadable version of The Ideas Into Action Summit is now available. Use the coupon code independence to can get it for 30% off now until July 5th Learn more here (https://sspuniversity.com/ideasintoaction/). Our Partners https://files.fireside.fm/file/fireside-uploads/images/b/b9f98e30-82d3-4781-8400-880c6dc8086f/2gtm0QVk.png Get The Book For Free (https://discoverpraxis.com/schoolsuckspodcast/) Please Support School Sucks School Sucks was one of the longest running liberty-minded podcasts on the web, and the only one completely devoted to the issue of education (versus public school and college). Your support keeps the show alive, which keeps us at the top of the options for education podcasts and leads to new people discovering our work. Please help us continue to spread this important message further! One-Time Donation Options:Paypal/Venmo Crypto Addresses:DASH XcZfPP6GZGVo9VKViNBVJZja5JVxZDB229ETHEREUM 0x3c5504CE3401C028832173506fa30BD4db4b7D35LITECOIN LKNp24f5wwvZ2QzeDbvxXgBxyVwi1yXnu2BITCOIN 1KhwY836cfSGCK5aaGFv8Q7PHMgghFJn1UBITCOIN CASH 1AmqLVxjw3Lp9KT5ckfvsqfN2Hn3B1hCWSZCASH t1by1ZGJ63LoLSjXy27ooJtipf4wMr7qbu4 Recurring Options: Support Us On PATREONYou support our mission, and you want to help us continue to reach new people with our message and media. Your contribution helps us maintain presence, and to further build the legacy of School Sucks Project. And please bookmark and use this link for your Amazon shopping: Shop With Us Our Private Community: https://files.fireside.fm/file/fireside-uploads/images/b/b9f98e30-82d3-4781-8400-880c6dc8086f/fNnDUPqb.png Visit The Uni-iversity (https://sspuniversity.com/) Originally Released July 9th, 2019 As “[PODCAST #619] Filling the Trough - With Scott Hambrick"

Starting Strength Radio
We Are Cash-flow Positive | Starting Strength Gyms Podcast #22

Starting Strength Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 49:18


Starting Strength Gyms has just reached an important milestone: WE ARE CASH-FLOW POSITIVE after four years of intense work. Owner Ray Gillenwater discussed the long road it took to get here, as well as the future plans of the franchise. He'll tell you exactly how well the individual gyms are doing as well as provide deep insight into the philosophies and business strategy of Starting Strength Gyms. 04:27 - Ray's phone consult with Rip 09:40 - Ray's business plan / All in 17:46 - Nine gyms were sold and none built 25:02 - We will not comply 28:12 - September 2022 Coaches Conference 32:20 - We are cash-flow positive 38:18 - Competition 47:06 - We built a successful business

Weights and Plates Podcast
#31 - The Emotions Behind Eating Disorders, Body Dysmorphia with Dr. David Puder

Weights and Plates Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 49:40


Dr. David Puder, a psychiatrist, psychotherapist, athlete, lifter, and fan of the Starting Strength model, joins the podcast to discuss the emotions and drives that underly eating disorders, body dysmorphia, and the subclinical dissatisfaction with food and body composition that we often encounter in the gym.   In addition to seeing patients and doing therapy, Dr. Puder hosts a highly successful podcast about psychiatry, psychotherapy, and the broader world of mental health called Psychiatry and Psychotherapy: https://www.psychiatrypodcast.com https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/psychiatry-psychotherapy-podcast/id1335892956     Weights & Plates: https://weightsandplates.com Robert Santana on Instagram: @the_robert_santana   Trent Jones: @marmalade_cream https://www.jonesbarbellclub.com jonesbarbellclub@gmail.com

Starting Strength Radio
Free Market Healthcare Starting Strength Radio #167

Starting Strength Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 60:23


Mark Rippetoe and Dr. Keith Smith talk about the driving factors in healthcare, Medicare, and free market healthcare as an alternative. 0:54 Dr. Keith Smith 1:29 What is the Surgery Center Of Oklahoma? 4:32 Prices Are Hidden By Design 9:34 Government Is The Problem 14:41 Why Was Medicare implemented? 18:14 The Alternatives 20:46 Commodity And Service 24:44 When Did It Start? Is It Necessary? 29:46 The Driving Factor In Healthcare 33:40 More About The Surgery Center Of Oklahoma 35:24 The Thought Process Of The Federal Government 37:20 Free Market Healthcare Organization 38:26 Rip's Experience With Surgery Billing 44:24 Expansion 52:06 Capacity

Powerlifting For The People by Gaglione Strength
Starting Strength Training for Youth Athletes

Powerlifting For The People by Gaglione Strength

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 12:55


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Starting Strength Radio
Who is Nick Delgadillo? | Starting Strength Gyms Podcast #21

Starting Strength Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 78:38


Ray Gillenwater and Nick Delgadillo talk about why Nick decided to work for The Aasgaard Company, what Nick does for Starting Strength Gyms, and some of his many hobbies. 03:48 - Who is Nick D 06:48 - How it started / The phone call from Rip 12:32 - What was the driving factor for Nick's decision 18:29 - The difference between how The Aasgaard Company and other companies operate 25:44 - Tuckman's Stages of Organizational Development 26:35 - Maintaining high standards 31:29 - How to get Starting Strength to more people while keeping the standard high 37:01 - SSC is a job requirement 39:44 - Nick's obsessions / hobbies 53:57 - Getting a fitness certification - Starting Strength Coach 57:41 - Pistol coaching and shooting - Range Master 01:14:19 - If you care about something, don't be the best at it

Starting Strength Radio
VAERS Data Analysis with Dr. Jessica Rose | Starting Strength Radio #166

Starting Strength Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 72:21


Dr. Jessica Rose joins Rip to discuss VAERS data, conflicts of interest, misaligned incentives among pharmaceutical companies, government oversight agencies, and how it affects you. Dr. Rose is Postdoctoral in Biochemistry, Postdoctoral in Molecular Biology, PhD in Computational Biology, Masters in Medicine (Immunology) and BSc in Applied Mathematics. Her website is: https://www.jessicasuniverse.com/ 00:37 Dr. Jessica Rose 2:22 The VAERS data 7:34 Why do we even have third party oversight? 9:45 Vaccinating babies 12:32 Documenting unsafe facts 14:02 Conflict of interest 21:22 Incentives on not reporting injuries 28:23 The real dangers 39:40 Where is the autopsy data? 45:54 Your babies are not safe with the vaccination 49:39 Why is VAERS still in place? 51:44 Legacy media 1:03:55 Why Dr. Rose and others keep fighting

Starting Strength Radio
How to Open a Starting Strength Gym | Starting Strength Gyms Podcast #20

Starting Strength Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 78:00


Siblings and Co-Founders, Ray, Ben, and Jen Gillenwater explain how to open a Starting Strength Gym. Spoiler: It's terrible and then it's great. 05:01 What happens after applying 06:26 The real estate search 07:56 The letter of intent (LOI) 13:37 Specifications of a Starting Strength Gym 17:28 Troublesome landlords 18:40 Noise concerns 23:21 The lease process 24:54 Why small businesses fail 38:31 Predatory vendors 45:47 The construction process 01:11:13 Pre-sale!

Starting Strength Radio
Training with Muscular Dystrophy, Getting a Big Press, & Texas Method | Starting Strength Radio #165

Starting Strength Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 93:47


Rip takes live calls from Starting Strength fans. 00:00 Long intro 3:43 Comments from the haters 13:53 Training with muscular dystrophy 19:17 How to get a big press 30:45 Bursts of big gains 49:35 Becoming a Starting Strength Coach in Sweden 1:07:04 Thumb surgery and rehab 1:16:01 Don't do The Texas Method

Starting Strength Radio
A Doctor's Opinion on Strength Training for Aging Women | Starting Strength Gyms Podcast #19

Starting Strength Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 28:06


Ray Gillenwater and Denise, a member of Starting Strength Boise, talk about her motivation for starting strength training, what recommendations were made years ago for strength training, and her medical opinion of using Starting Strength as preventative medicine. 02:10 Denise's motivation for coming to Starting Strength Boise 02:53 Denser bones from strength training 04:22 Recommendations for strength training years ago 05:17 A medical doctor's point of view of the Starting Strength program 07:38 The squat and the posterior chain 12:36 Denise's barbell weight goals 15:42 Capabilities, abilities, and bone density change after starting the program 20:26 Medical opinion of Starting Strength as preventative medicine 23:20 Demystifying barbells for older women

Starting Strength Radio
Q&A Episode - School shootings, Shrugs, and Gas Prices | Starting Strength Radio #164

Starting Strength Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 107:49 Very Popular


Rip answers questions from Starting Strength Network subscribers and fans. 1:30 Comments from the haters 15:50 School shooters 31:00 Stress fractures 46:46 Set of 20 squats 58:33 Halting deadlift and rack pulls 1:02:34 Barbell shrugs 1:06:18 Light day pull for older lifters 1:12:01 Gas prices 1:19:55 Convincing parents to train 1:26:46 Rip's advice on college 1:36:32 Excessive individualism

Starting Strength Radio
Preparing for 21 Days Around Everest | Starting Strength Gyms Podcast #18

Starting Strength Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 53:11


Jon Conti is a talented cinematographer that documents his extreme hikes around Idaho and around the world. He and Ray are putting together a documentary-style video series to see how doing the Starting Strength program affects his hiking in preparation for a 21-day hike at an elevation of around 20,000 feet. Jon and Ray talk about the pros and cons of size/strength for hiking, risks involved with this experiment, and the questions/concerns that Jon has about the program. 04:22 Jon Conti: Extreme hiker, cinematographer 06:01 21-days hike around Everest 06:58 The obvious benefits of strength 11:42 The potential downsides of size 19:14 The two-factor model applied to hiking 24:54 Jon's mom and her fall on the trail 28:50 Risk assessments and benefits of TRT 32:11 Are steroids healthy? 34:28 A black belt in BJJ and his SS case study 40:50 How to eat for size and strength

Starting Strength Radio
Hormones with Dr. Anthony Jay | Starting Strength Radio #163

Starting Strength Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 77:57


Rip and Dr. Anthony Jay discuss possible reasons for the change in modern hormone profiles for most people. 00:41 Introduction 03:00 Who decides the reference range 09:16 Data manipulation 21:42 Testosterone levels dropping 30:02 The attack on hormone receptors 38:41 It's fragrances too / Environmental estrogen 50:38 Chemical accumulation 57:13 The challenges with getting on TRT 1:03:42 Androgens 1:13:56 Outro

Starting Strength Radio
Strength For Postmenopausal Women | Starting Strength Gyms Podcast #17

Starting Strength Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 55:41


Ray Gillenwater and Inna Koppel talk about all the benefits postmenopausal women have from strength training, training pre/post pregnancy, and female culture evolution. 03:24 Benefits of strength training for postmenopausal women 07:47 Senior strength Starting Strength Boise 09:24 Kathleen Starting Strength Denver 11:51 Allison Starting Strength Boise 13:46 Female culture evolution and where things stand now 18:07 Bulking 21:29 Gaining muscle and losing fat 30:20 Rehab and prehab for women with the barbell 38:19 Benefits from training pre/post-pregnancy 43:23 The fitness industry/why barbells 54:00 How to contact Inna

Starting Strength Radio
The Novice Effect | Starting Strength Radio #162

Starting Strength Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 74:11


Rip discusses The Novice Effect, a very important article about what happens when a previously untrained person begins to train. 00:52 Banter 4:42 Comments from the haters 16:02 The Novice Effect 20:36 Adapt or die 25:15 Rips paper on periodization 33:45 The Novice Effect applies to everyone 40:57 NLP for people with weight room experience 44:43 Strength 52:01 Professional research and science

Starting Strength Radio
An Argument for Optimism | Starting Strength Gyms Podcast #16

Starting Strength Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 7:45


Starting Strength Gyms Co-Founder, Ray Gillenwater explains how the process of training for strength is intrinsically optimistic and why that's so important in today's social and political situation.

Starting Strength Radio
Q&A Episode - Old Guy Training, College Gains, and Unsticking Chins | Starting Strength Radio #161

Starting Strength Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 70:44


Rip takes live calls from Starting Strength fans. 00:54 - Today's subject/banter 07:13 - Comments from the haters 16:20 - Programming after NLP 23:06 - Training for old guys 29:21 - Making gains while busy in college 40:15 - Hurt shoulder and bench 47:26 - Stuck on chins 59:48 - Jujitsu and a knee injury

Starting Strength Radio
A Surgeon that Deadlifts 520 pounds at Age 59 | Starting Strength Gyms Podcast #15

Starting Strength Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 69:43


Ray Gillenwater and Owner of Starting Strength Tulsa, David Heon, MD, discuss deadlifting 520 pounds, his weight loss journey, and how strength is the most important thing in life. 00:01:58:21 David's lifts 00:04:19:24 Benefits of strength 00:12:41:04 Francesca's stats/lifts 00:17:11:10 Talent and passion at Starting Strength Gyms 00:20:39:27 Starting Strength analytics 00:25:31:07 Life-altering changes 00:32:43:19 The fitness industry is bullshit 00:38:55:01 Whole Foods market 00:40:37:16 Prediabetic numbers 00:46:26:24 Dexa scan results 00:51:02:02 David's diet 00:53:54:02 Peers in the medical community 00:56:50:20 Strength is the most important thing in life 00:58:28:22 David's practice

Starting Strength Radio
TRT Myths and Confusion with Dr. Keith Nichols | Starting Strength Radio #160

Starting Strength Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 84:53


Mark Rippetoe and Dr. Keith Nichols from Tier 1 Health and Wellness discuss testosterone replacement therapy, best practices, and common misconceptions. 00:34 Dr. Keith Nichols 01:32 Dropping testosterone levels 08:58 Treating the numbers, not the symptoms 15:06 Treating people 20:17 Prostate cancer fears 32:57 How does Dr. Nichols apply HRT? 39:57 Making hormones easy to understand 51:21 The “thick blood” misconception 1:04:34 Too much testosterone 1:13:51 Testing for estrogen 1:15:46 Treating different types of patients

Starting Strength Radio
Strength For Young Women | Starting Strength Gyms Podcast #14

Starting Strength Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 38:49


Ray Gillenwater and Courtney Davis discuss misconceptions young women have about Starting Strength and all the positive changes she's had since starting the program. 02:30:02 - Courtney's stats 03:59:11 - Epiphanies 08:36:05 - Unsolicited advice / coaching 11:32:23 - Psychological changes 18:08:12 - Courtney's numbers before starting the program 20:35:10 - Diet changes 22:19:14 - Training with a Starting Strength Coach vs. without 25:51:00 - Misconceptions young women have about the program 28:36:06 - Courtney's last job and a new career with Starting Strength Gyms 36:21:22 - Courtney's beautiful voice

Muscle For Life with Mike Matthews
Says You! 3 or 4 Sets of Deadlifting Per Week Is Too Much

Muscle For Life with Mike Matthews

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 22:40 Very Popular


Is three heavy sets of deadlifts too much? Why do I include three sets of deadlifts when other programs include just one heavy set of 5 reps? Do compound lifts in general cause central nervous system (CNS) fatigue? I've written and recorded a lot of evidence-based content over the years on just about everything you can imagine related to building muscle, losing fat, and getting healthy. I've also worked with thousands of men and women of all ages and circumstances and helped them get into the best shape of their lives. That doesn't mean you should blindly swallow everything I say, though, because let's face it—nobody is always right about everything. And especially in fields like diet and exercise, which are constantly evolving thanks to the efforts of honest and hardworking researchers and thought leaders. This is why I'm always happy to hear from people who disagree with me, especially when they have good arguments and evidence to back up their assertions. Sometimes I can't get on board with their positions, but sometimes I end up learning something, and either way, I always appreciate the discussion. That gave me the idea for this series of podcast episodes: publicly addressing things people disagree with me on and sharing my perspective. Think of it like a spicier version of a Q&A. So, here's what I'm doing: Every couple of weeks, I'm asking my Instagram followers what they disagree with me on, and then picking the more common or interesting contentions to address here on the podcast. And in this episode, I'll be tackling the following . . . “3 heavy sets of deadlifts is too taxing. It should be 1 set of 5 like Starting Strength.” Timestamps: 0:00 - Try Fortify risk-free today! Go to buylegion.com/fortify and use coupon code MUSCLE to save 20% or get double reward points! 4:08 - What is the central nervous system? 7:01 - What are the effects of deadlifting on your central nervous system? 8:23 - What does research say about deadlifting and central nervous system fatigue? 11:54 - Why do the most proven strength training programs only include one set of deadlifts per week? 13:21 - What are the deadlifting recommendations in your program? Mentioned on the Show: Try Fortify risk-free today! Go to buylegion.com/fortify and use coupon code MUSCLE to save 20% or get double reward points!