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Fuel the Pedal is your source of science-based nutrition for cycling based sports. Here we bring you the top researchers and experts on the field to discuss the lattest evidence in cycling performance optimization and health. HOST: Gabriel Baltazar-Martins, Nutritionist, MSc Sports Nutrition, PhD student in Health Sciences. Portuguese based in Madrid. Language: English
 
Welcome to The Muscle Memoirs, a truly evidence-based fitness podcast.On the show, we discuss a plethora of topics related to maximizing overall health and physical performance with industry-leading experts. This includes strength and conditioning, muscle hypertrophy, sports nutrition, longevity, body composition, and more. Our guests range from exercise and nutrition science researchers to elite level athletes and fitness coaches. This allows us to combine hard scientific evidence with obse ...
 
This lecture series features highly-rated talks by outstanding speakers who presented at University of Washington events. Earn contact hours as you listen to experts discuss healthcare trends, legal and professional issues, self-care, patient safety and best practice—with a focus on evidence-based nursing. UWCNE is proud to be accredited with distinction as a provider of Continuing Nursing Education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation (ANCC).
 
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Dr. Mike Israetel​ is the cofounder of Renaissance Periodization, where he produces content related to training and dieting for hypertrophy, strength and bodybuidling. Dr. Israetel is also currently a professor in the strength and hypertrophy masters program at Lehman College. Mike is himself a competitive bodybuilder and professional Brazilian Jiu…
 
Do you experience joint pain!? If so, there are three primary factors to identify and consider in order to remedy it! There is a physical component via movement patterns, a planning aspect involving scaling of your activity/exercise, as well as a massive nutrition input. Marcus is outlining how to identify which aspects you need to look at, as well…
 
In this episode of The Muscle Memoirs Podcast, I am joined by John Jewett and Dr. Guillermo Escalante to go over their most recent competitive season. In our conversation, we cover the entire process of bodybuilding contest preparation, including topics such as contest prep duration, monitoring progress, calorie cycling/refeeds, training split, car…
 
Summary This is the final episode of season 3, and it features a couple of really in-depth research reviews. After some Good News and Feats of Strength, Eric takes a deep dive into a commonly-held belief in the evidence-based fitness world, and discusses whether or not getting lean will enhance your ability to gain muscle by improving your insulin …
 
For years I was one of those people who woke up, threw a pot of coffee on and got to work immediately, however recently I changed it up. As of late I’ve had a bit of a ‘slower morning’ and got in the habit of journaling and I’ve got to say, it’s been absolutely incredible for my mental health as well as my sense of well-being. In this episode I out…
 
In this episode Danny and Alan discuss the debate over the impact of dietary cholesterol on LDL-C levels and heart disease risk. Are eggs & cholesterol-rich foods a problem? Let's dive into the research to find out! Today's Topic in Focus: [00:51] "I Have a Question!" [62:32] Quack Asylum [72:55] Random Recommendations [75:28] Show notes: https://s…
 
In this episode of The Muscle Memoirs Podcast, I am joined by Dr. Hana Kahleova to discuss meal frequency, meal timing, low-fat vegan diets, and nutrition for type 2 diabetes. Dr. Hana Kahleova is the director of clinical research at the Physicians Committee and directs research testing the effect of a plant-based diet on metabolism, insulin functi…
 
Do you find that healthy food tastes bland, boring and generally lacks flavour? If so, I’ve got good news, you can change that! You can shift your taste buds in a way in which you actually prefer the taste of healthy food over treat-like processed food. In this episode Marcus outlines exactly how to go about rewiring your taste buds to enjoy health…
 
Dr. Jake Mey is a registered dietitan and a human nutrition researcher. He is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Pennington Biomedical Research Center. His work focuses on diet, muscle & metabolism. Dr. Mey has a PhD in human nutrition and kinesology. Show notes: sigmanutrition.com/episode370
 
In this episode of The Muscle Memoirs Podcast, I am joined by Dr. Spencer Nadolsky to discuss the relationship between body size and health, weight cycling, and much more. Dr. Spencer Nadolsky is a board-certified obesity specialist, lipidologist, and family physician who has helped 1000’s of patients over the past 9 years lose weight and keep it o…
 
Fireside chats are a collection of conversational, off-topic episodes hosted by Greg Nuckols. In Fireside Chat #9, Greg sits down with Eric Trexler to discuss observations and lessons learned from 2020, along with new goals for 2021. They try their hardest to keep it light and fun, but ultimately fail. If you’d like to receive Research Roundup emai…
 
It’s a new year so you’re probably looking into making some healthy changes, but how should you go about it? Should you change everything all at once or would it be better to make smaller changes over the course of a larger time frame? In this episode Marcus outlines the pros and the cons of both approaches and how to find out which approach is bet…
 
Professor Jason Gill is a Professor of Cardiometabolic Health in the Institute of Cardiovascular and Medical Sciences at the University of Glasgow. He leads an active multi-disciplinary research group investigating the effects of exercise and diet on the prevention and management of vascular and metabolic diseases from the molecular to the whole-bo…
 
Iron deficiency (ID) is a prevailing nutritional concern amongst the athletic population due to the increased iron demands of this group. Athletes’ ability to replenish taxed iron stores is challenging due to the low bioavailability of dietary sources, and the interaction between exercise and hepcidin, the primary iron-regulatory hormone. This will…
 
In this episode of The Muscle Memoirs Podcast, I am joined by Dr. Cody Haun to discuss the potential benefits of strength phases for physique athletes, the limitations of resistance training studies, and what we can do to improve the quality of future research. Dr. Haun has a PhD in Exercise Physiology from Auburn University where he conducted phys…
 
Shannon Beer is a nutritionist, working with people via online coaching and mentoring, with the goal of helping people improve their health through facilitating lasting behaviour change. In collaboration with Dr. Gabrielle Fundaro, she has developed a coaching framework that applies motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral coaching, and acce…
 
Dr. Gabrielle Fundaro is a nutrition/health coach who focuses on facilitating behavior change, embodying a positive relationship with food, cultivating positive body image, and improving sport performance. Dr. Fundaro is a former Assistant Professor of Exercise Science at Georgia Gwinnett College and holds a PhD in Human Nutrition and Exercise. She…
 
In this episode of The Muscle Memoirs Podcast, I am joined by Dr. Kimber Stanhope to discuss the metabolic effects of sugar. Kimber Stanhope received a M.S. in Nutrition Science and a Ph.D. in Nutritional Biology from the University of California at Davis, where she is currently an Associate Research Nutritional Biologist in the Department of Molec…
 
This is the final episode of 2020, and it’s a science-heavy episode packed full of information. After some Good News and Feats of Strength, Eric revisits a couple of previous segments and social media posts about optimal protein intakes and the potential benefits of fish oil. Greg got some new information about a paper evaluating the use of strengt…
 
In this episode Danny and Alan answer some listener questions, covering a range of topics, including hunger cues, weight-neutral appraoches, body fat distribution, and breakfast and cognition, among others. The guys also discuss the most interesting thing they've learned this year and resources on critical thinking. Questions Answered: [08:40] What…
 
In this episode of The Muscle Memoirs Podcast, I am joined by Dr. Chris Melby to discuss energy flux and its implications for improving long-term weight loss maintenance success. Chris completed a Doctor of Public Health degree at Loma Linda University. He began his career at Colorado State University (CSU) in 1990 after spending 8 years as a facul…
 
Dr. David Robert Grimes is a physicist, cancer researcher and a science journalist. In addition to his cancer research, he has also published peer-reviewed work on conspiracy theories, meta-research and health modelling. Dr. Grimes is the author of the fantastic book The Irrational Ape: Why We Fall for Disinformation, Conspiracy Theory and Propagan…
 
We’ve all experienced it, the dreaded 5-10 lbs holiday weight gain from all of those tasty meals, desserts and of course, alcohol! Then the first week of January rolls around and you’re ready to get back to ‘real life,' however you’re bloated, lethargic and playing from behind. In this episode Marcus outlines 10 simple yet effective strategies to n…
 
On this episode we are talking with Peter Hespel and Chiel Poffé from the University of Leuven / Bakala Academy to provide an update to the topic of exogenous ketones in cycling thanks to their research on this topic. Do ketones improve performance after all? Is there any particular context in which their use is justified? Find out here.…
 
In this episode of The Muscle Memoirs, I am joined by Dr. Shawn Arent to discuss all things nutrient timing. Dr. Arent is a Professor and Chair of the Department of Exercise Science at the University of South Carolina. He is also the Director of the UofSC Sport Science Lab. His research focuses on the relationship between physical activity and stre…
 
Summary Today’s episode features some Good News and Feats of Strength, followed by a huge Research Roundup to get you all caught up on recent happenings in the world of exercise science and sports nutrition. Topics covered include optimal protein intake, essential amino acids, meal timing, lactate, relationships between sleep and hunger, and muscle…
 
Dr. Jake Linardon is a Senior Research Fellow at Deakin University in Melbourne, Australia. His research focuses on eating disorders, with a primary focus on testing and evaluating a broad range of treatment approaches for eating disorders. Dr. Linardon is particularly interested in understanding how modern information technology can be used to hel…
 
Body fat levels, muscle mass, skin health, brain chemistry, sexual function…it’s all determined by your hormones right!? Sort of…but what determines your hormonal status? What tells your hormonal system what to do? Can you tell your hormones to lose fat and build muscle? Who’s controlling these things we call ‘hormones’ or do they just have a mind …
 
Dr. Eliza Gordon is currently a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Utah working in bariatrics and weight management. She earned a Ph.D. in Clinical Health & Psychology from the University of Florida. She also has a Master's in Public Health and a background in personal training. In our conversation, we explore the contentious topic of food ad…
 
In this episode Danny and Alan discuss the evidence for public health nutrition interventions, how health inequalities are driven by socioeconomic factors, and how ideology and simplistic rhetoric about "personal responsibility" can get in the way. Today's Topic in Focus [07:29] "I Have a Question!" [82:22] Quack Asylum [85:20] Random Recommendatio…
 
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