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Intervjuer av produsent Kjetil Bjørke med alle artistene som skal opptre på Beethoven Remix under på Sentralen 11. september. Podcastene handler om å remikse musikk, om Beethoven, og om hvordan de jobber frem mot konserten på Ultima.
 
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In this episode of Anabolic Radio, I had the pleasure of chatting to Dr. Eric Helms. This episode was very exercise science and training theory-heavy, so put on your seatbelt. At the heart of science lies this one small fact: one size does not fit all. While general principles apply to all individuals, putting these into practice is more art than s…
 
Stability is one of the most important, overlooked variables that significantly influences how much you can get out of any exercise. When I take a look at peoples shoes at the gym, oftentimes they’re overly cushioned, do not provide stability at the sides, or do not have a flat sole. ⁣⠀ I don’t know who had the idea that squatting, or doing any mov…
 
In our modern world, there is a false narrative that women are supposed to eat less, lift light, and do tons of cardio over, eating like a normal human, and progressive resistance training. This can lead down a negative path of severe calorie restriction and a decreased quality of living in hopes of chasing 'the perfect' look. I think this is so si…
 
In this episode of Anabolic Radio I had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Bill Campbell from University of South Florida. Dr. Campbell is previous president of the ISSN and currently is a professor conducting research pertaining to physique development and sport science at USF. Oftentimes, what is currently emerging in the science realms is either v…
 
Whatever happened to good old consistency? Despite all the hype, being consistent is often better, than doing what may be 'new' or trendy. What exactly is consistency? Let’s start with what it’s not. Consistency does not mean settling or sticking with something that’s not working for you- and it doesn’t mean you must follow old-fashioned ways or id…
 
In this episode of Anabolic Radio I had the pleasure of speaking to New MR. O Title Holder Matt Jansen of Camp Jansen. Matt has coached 16 IFBB pros to the Olympia in Mens Open, 212, figure and women's physique divisions. Among those athletes (not including the 5 qualifications for 2018) he has had four top 5 finishes, and three top 10 finishes. To…
 
In this weeks episode of Anabolic Radio I had the pleasure of chatting to @alexbush_ from Physique Development about a variety of topics related to coaching. Unfortunately, with online coaching being easily accessible to a majority malpractice within the coaching space has become a very common issue. Over the course of my career coaching I’ve heard…
 
Your subconscious mind is always listening to and believing everything you repeatedly say and think about yourself. If you want proof of this principle in action, look no further than your current unconscious behaviors or beliefs. Many of them were created in this same way- from repeatedly hearing a message, either from ourselves or those around us…
 
Whatever It Takes. What does that mean to you? For starters, it doesn’t mean sacrificing your health, or sanity just to achieve a goal. Let’s be real- getting to the level of stage conditioning that’s required to be competitive on today’s stage isn’t inherently healthy, but our goal should be to do it in the ‘healthiest’ way possible, whilst preser…
 
In this weeks episode of Anabolic Radio ft. @William_Grazione we spoke about optimizing health to maximize fat loss- tune in to the full discussion to understand the true value of what makes a successful, sustainable, foundation. If you come to me and you want to lose weight, there’s a variety of factors to consider- other than ‘just a calorie defi…
 
Caffeine tolerance occurs relatively quickly between individuals. You could argue that depends on the consistent dose and how well you metabolize it, but tolerance does occur. Reason #1 why I monitor my intake. Sorry to burst your bubble Karen, your triple shot, white chocolate whip, creme brûlée frappachino you drink every day might be doing more …
 
You're not overtrained, you're under-recovered. The purpose of going to the gym or doing training of any type is to disrupt homeostasis. Our body is happy, comfortable, and balanced in Homeostasis- but we need to disrupt the balance if we want meaningful adaptations. If we want to change, we need to apply a level of stress to the body that forces i…
 
When many coaches or PT’s talk about "sticking to the basics," they've usually got a list of certain exercises they're referring to and they'll often judge whether a training program is ‘good’ or ‘bad’ based on what they deem as the basics. They're basically "exercise memorizers" who put methods before principles because they got results from utili…
 
In our modern society health can seem very complex. There are countless procedures, tests, supplements, products, etc. that promise to improve your overall health. It’s easy to get caught up in the hype when you don’t have a sense of direction are you’re constantly exposed to advertisements, magazines, tv shows, social media, etc… Many people fail …
 
In this episode of Anabolic Radio I had the pleasure of interviewing my friend Eugene Teo of GanbaruMethod. At the heart of science lies this one small fact: one size does not fit all. While general principles apply to all individuals, putting them into practice is more art than science. Innate differences in health, aerobic capacity, biomechanics,…
 
In this episode of Anabolic Radio I had the pleasure of interviewing my friend Christopher Barakat who’s the owner of an educational brand School of Gains, head coach at Competitive Breed, and professor/researcher at Tampa University. Now while there is some uncertainty during COVID-19 that doesn’t mean we can’t still progress toward our body compo…
 
GRANDPA IS HERE! Fun fact Jeff actually coached me back in 2015, I don’t know if I’d be where I am today if it wasn’t for him. In this episode of Anabolic Radio we dive into topics regarding how the latest and greatest from the science realms can be something that prevents you from progressing in your own journey. SCIENCE is the tool. It is an extr…
 
"As an athlete, you should never stop striving to be better.. and as a coach you should always strive to improve too." Alberto (FATHER FLEX) is someone I admired growing into the athlete and coach I am today. His conditioning is always of the highest of levels and to me it truly embodies what a natural athlete is capable of. I had the pleasure of h…
 
In this episode of Anabolic Radio I had the pleasure of chatting with David Mathas who is a coach with team Biolayne! David is a former Army Combat Medic Veteran and just finished up his Master’s in Exercise Science this past fall. With everyone gearing up for their fat loss/body composition related goals it's more important than ever to realize th…
 
In this Episode of Anabolic Radio I had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Scott Stevenson! Dr. Scott W. Stevenson, PhD, LAc is an applied exercise physiologist (PhD from University of Georgia, ASM and NSCA-certified), licensed acupuncturist and competitive bodybuilder (four overall titles, including the 2009 NPC Mr. Arizona and four top 5 national l…
 
In this episode of Anabolic Radio I had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Mike Isratel where we dive into the foundational importance of movement execution. Dr Mike. is the Cofounder of Renaissance Periodization, Dr. Mike Israetel​ holds a PhD in Sport Physiology from East Tennessee State University. Formerly a professor of Exercise and Sport Scienc…
 
In this prelude episode, I briefly discuss recovery since contest prep, personal setbacks, my journey, and my vision for Anabolic Radio. My main goal in this podcast is (to obviously discuss nutrition/training/self-improvement related topics) to help the listeners understand what they really need to be focusing on when it comes to progressing with …
 
Søndag 11 september skal Jan Bang, Erik Honore, Eivind Aarset, Ost&Kjex, Universet og Pieces of Juno remixe og fremføre sine egne tolkninger av Beethovens niende symfoni. I den sammenheng har produsent Kjetil Bjørke tatt en prat med artistene om hva de tenker om remiksing, Beethoven og Ultima. I denne siste episoden i serien møter vi electronicaleg…
 
Søndag 11 september skal Jan Bang, Erik Honoré, Ost&Kjex,Universet og Pieces of Juno remixe og fremføre sine egne tolkninger av Beethovens niende symfoni. I dagens episode har Kjetil Bjørke fått besøk av remixnestoren, produsenten, forfatteren, komponisten og festivalsjefen Erik Honoré.
 
Søndag 11 september skal Jan Bang, Erik Honore, Ost&Kjex,Universet og Pieces of Juno remixe og fremføre sine egne tolkninger av Beethovens niende symfoni. I den sammenheng har produsent Kjetil Bjørke tatt en prat med artistene om hva de tenker om remiksing, Beethoven og Ultima. I denne episoden møter vi Pieces of Juno, en ny stjerne på electronicah…
 
Søndag 11 september skal Universet, Ost & Kjex, Jan Bang & Erik Honore og Pieces of Juno remixe Beethovens niende symfoni i sine egne tolkninger og versjoner. I den sammenheng har produsent Kjetil Bjørke besøkt artistene og intervjuet de om remixing, beethoven og deres kunstneriske virke. A podcast (in Norvegian) about remixing Beethoven…
 
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