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This is a podcast for lifters by lifters. Our unique episodes feature a combination of industry experts and academics along with world champions and record holders. The intention is to offer listeners advice from some of the most accomplished lifters on the planet, as well as present a scientific approach to training, recovery, nutrition, rehab, and sports psychology. Hope you enjoy it!
 
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In today's episode, I sit down with Eric Helms. Topics of discussion include the history of RPE, intensity of effort vs intensity of load, periodization and predictive power, differences between RPE and RIR, determining frequency intensity and volume, pushing your psychological limits, fatigue percentages, Eric’s controversial opinion, and more TIM…
 
In today's episode, Daniel sits down with Dr. Tommy Lundberg. Topics of discussion include sexual dimorphism, IOC standards, performance differences pre-puberty, sociocultural differences, bone mineral density, strength preservation, athletic development post-therapy, aerobic performance, molecular mechanisms in muscle memory, estrogen, and anaboli…
 
In today's episode, Daniel sits down with Paul Oneid. Topics of discussion include determining when to deload, concurrent training, utilizing speed training, avoiding detraining, peaking athletes, super-compensation, pushing your limits, mindset, exercise variation during deloads, aerobic conditioning, accessory exercises when approaching a competi…
 
In today's episode, Daniel sits down with Jen Thompson. Topics of discussion include her recent injury, regaining confidence, reevaluating priorities post-injury, support systems, dealing with negativity from others, the Roger Bannister effect, diet and sleep to enhance recovery, preventing future injuries, current goals, approaching competitions, …
 
In today's episode, Daniel sits down with Dr. Mike Israetel. Topics of discussion include his first introduction to weightlifting, dealing with ADHD, the impact of medication on training, bodybuilding and coaching, turning points in his training, competitive goals, the false dichotomy between gym bro's and science nerds, and more. TIMESTAMPS 00:01 …
 
In today's episode, Daniel sits down with Dr. Jordan Shallow. Topics of discussion include the impact of research on lifting culture, misapplication of research to avoid hard work, training partners, aggression, weight cuts, social media and the roger bannister effect, core values, and more. TIMESTAMPS 00:01 Introduction 02:04 The impact of researc…
 
In today's episode, Daniel sits down with Dr. Brent Peterson. Topics of discussion include COVID-19 transmission rates, wearing masks, inconsistencies in the data, public health policy, encouraging public discourse, social isolation, suicide, substance abuse, police and community relations, potential treatments for COVID-19, MRNA vaccine, obesity a…
 
In today's episode, Daniel sits down with Dr. Quinn Henoch. Topics of discussion include pain vs injury, experiencing pain while squatting, the relationship between sleep and pain, range of motion and muscular contributions to pain, utilizing an alternating approach to training, correctly utilizing warm-ups, the role of technique in safety and perf…
 
In today's episode, Daniel sits down with Mike Tuchscherer. Topics of discussion include monitoring training variables. prescribing volume and load, the timeline for testing new exercises, primary and accessory exercise selection, timing and constructing deloads, lift frequency, and more. TIMESTAMPS 00:01 Introduction 02:30 What are the key variabl…
 
In today's episode, Daniel sits down with Brian Mackenzie. Topics of discussion include physiology of breathing, stress axis, depression, PTSD, anxiety, energy metabolism and athletic performance, nose vs mouth breathing, increasing CO2 tolerance, managing obstructive breathing issues, breathing and gut health, and more. TIMESTAMPS 00:01 Introducti…
 
In today's episode, Daniel sits down with Andrew Coates. Topics of discussion include training with time constraints, gaining client buy-in, becoming a better listener, encouraging autonomy, individual responsibility, strategies for busy parents, setting your future self up for success, protecting yourself from saboteurs, and more. TIMESTAMPS 00:01…
 
In today's episode, Daniel sits down with Dr. Sam Spinelli. Topics of discussion include pain and aging, the impact of age on recovery, age and mobility, training modalities for older demographics, altering programming for older athletes, the impact of resistance exercise on age-related health issues, and more. TIMESTAMPS 00:01 Introduction 01:32 I…
 
In today's episode, Daniel sits down with Joe Sullivan. Topics of discussion include core values that contribute to success, major influences in Joe's life, current goals Joe is pursuing, heuristics, individual responsibility, major turning points in his lifting career, finding balance, and more. TIMESTAMPS 00:09 Introduction 05:24 What core values…
 
In today's episode, Daniel sits down with Broderick Chavez. Topics of discussion include drug classifications, health risks of drug use, the role of nutrition and exercise in drug use, cycling drugs vs staying on, psychological effects of drug use, drug use in sports, evading testing, libido, and more. TIMESTAMPS 00:09 Introduction 08:10 Drug class…
 
In today's episode, Daniel sits down with Justin Harris. Topics of discussion include nutrition mistakes and strategies, body composition for males and females, lifter development, food quality, and body composition, preserving performance while dieting, post-diet nutrition, and more. TIMESTAMPS 00:09 Introduction 01:40 Working with Ben Pollack 03:…
 
In today's episode, Daniel sits down with Dr. Megan Jones Bryanton. Topics of discussion include assessing powerlifters movement strategies, the role of the hamstrings in the squat, assessing the squat, bench press, and deadlift, improving deadlift start position, identifying and addressing weak points, and more. TIMESTAMPS 00:09 Introduction 01:37…
 
In today's episode, Daniel sits down with Dr Mel Davis from Renaissance Periodization. Topics of discussion include why habits are so difficult to change, environmental triggers, changing behaviour, food reward and addictive behaviour, the role of social support, motivation vs discipline, the intention-behaviour gap, self-determination theory, and …
 
In today's episode, Daniel sits down with Dorrell Petties. Topics of discussion include common mistakes people make when deadlifting, which exercises Dorrell uses to increase his deadlift, training frequency, injury prevention, different styles of deadlifting, his mental approach to lifting heavy, and more. TIMESTAMPS 00:09 Introduction 02:10 What …
 
In today's episode, Daniel sits down with JM Blakely. Topics of discussion include individualizing training and effort level, programming, staying centered, and identifying blind spots, breaking through self-limiting beliefs, perfecting technique, and more. TIMESTAMPS 00:09 Introduction 04:24 What do you individualize? 13:16 Programming, effort, in…
 
In today's episode, Daniel sits down with Danny Lennon. Topics of discussion include Dietary differences between strength and physique athletes, body fat percentage and nutrient partitioning, slower vs faster weight loss, goal setting, individualizing your diet, managing gut health when bulking, and more. TIMESTAMPS 00:05 Introduction 02:33 What ar…
 
In today's episode, Daniel sits down with Jose Antonio Ph.D. Topics of discussion include how the research process works, the impact of funding on research, changes to make in research, limitations of research, how to make research more accessible to general public and more. TIMESTAMPS: 00:09 Introduction 00:30 How does the research process work? 0…
 
In today's episode, Daniel sits down with Gabrielle Fundaro. Topics of discussion include artificial sweeteners, the link between stress and gut health, probiotics, common misconceptions about gut health, strategies to improve gut health, and much more. TIME STAMPS: 00:09 Introduction 06:02 What are some of the more common gut issues experienced by…
 
In today's episode, Daniel sits down with Greg Potter. Topics of discussion include chronobiology, sleep deprivation and athletic performance, how sleep regulates hormones, sleep extension, polyphasic sleep cycles, and more. TIMESTAMPS 00:09 Introduction 01:26 What is chronobiology and how does it relate to athletics? 04:27 Monophonic vs polyphasic…
 
In today's episode, Daniel sits down with Jimmy Bagley. Topics of discussion include limitations to muscle growth, muscle fiber differentiation, PED's and gene doping, AMPK and mTOR, blood flow restriction training, improving tendon strength, and more. TIME STAMPS: 01:47 How does muscle growth occur? 08:23 What are the leading theories explaining t…
 
In today's episode, Daniel sits down with Matt Wenning. Topics of discussion include primary contributing factors to injury, competition frequency, metrics to inform programming, autoregulation, keeping tendons and ligaments healthy and more. TIME STAMPS: 00:09 Introduction 03:45 What are the primary contributing factors to injury? 10:10 How many m…
 
In today's episode, Daniel sits down with Bryce Lewis. Topics of discussion include overcoming psychological hurdles, developing confidence as an athlete, brining awareness into your training, building mental toughness, how to approach competitions, dealing with burnout, and more. TIME STAMPS: 00:09 Introduction 02:37 What psychological hurdles hav…
 
In today's episode, Daniel sits down with Gareth Sapstead. Topics of discussion include methods of overload, addressing weaknesses through exercise variation, when is decreased specificity better, regional hypertrophy and more. TIME STAMPS: 00:09 Introduction 03:10 How would you describe your training philosophy? 07:57 Methods of overloading your t…
 
In todays episode, Daniel sits down with Dr.Jake Linardon. Topics of discussion include eating disorders and their prevalence in both inactive and athletic populations, disordered behaviour, mental health associations, interpersonal relationships and social identity, approaching recovery, advice for individuals struggling with eating disorders and …
 
In today's episode, Daniel sits down with Dr. Pat Davidson. Topics of discussion include athleticism of non-strength sports athletes, genetic variation in willpower and mental fortitude, a conceptual framework for the development of a powerlifter, biomechanics of lifting, memory and movement execution, and more. TIME STAMPS: 0:15 Introduction 16:56…
 
In today's episode, Daniel sits down with Greg Panora. Topics of discussion include Greg's entrance into the sport of powerlifting, how being bullied shaped his lifting career, major sacrifices and setbacks he's faced, lessons learned from training at westside barbell, and what it takes to be a champion. TIME STAMPS: 0:09 Introduction3:44 How did y…
 
In today's episode, Daniel sits down with Dr. Andy Galpin. Topics of discussion include mechanisms of muscle hypertrophy, additional considerations regarding metabolic damage, fiber type-specific hypertrophy, age-related muscle fiber type distribution, plyometrics and stepping outside of strength-based research, and more. TIME STAMPS: 0:09 Introduc…
 
In today's episode, Daniel sits down with Broderick Chavez. Topics of discussion include the physiological roles of testosterone and estrogen, the impact of diet and exercise on hormone values, bound vs free testosterone, sleep and hormone regulation, the impact of aging on hormone values, and more. TIME STAMPS: 0:09 Introduction3:33 What is the ro…
 
In today's episode, Daniel sits down with Alan Aragon. Topics of discussion include the impact of ketogenic diets on work capacity, glycogen repletion, oxygen utilization, powerlifting performance, weight cuts, exogenous ketone supplements, practical recommendations for lifters wanting to adopt the ketogenic diet and more. TIME STAMPS: 0:09 Introdu…
 
In today's episode, Daniel sits down with Dr. Sam Spinelli. Topics of discussion include training with biceps tendinopathy, the role of the rotator cuff in shoulder pain, augmenting velocity during rehab, the relationship between posture and shoulder function, and much more. TIME STAMPS: 0:11 Introduction of Dr. Sam Spinelli1:58 What is biceps tend…
 
In today's episode, Daniel sits down with Mike Tuchscherer. Topics of discussion include how to develop your own coaching philosophy, individualizing programming for powerlifters, and some of the pitfalls of overapplication of specificity in training as well as introducing new frameworks of how to approach the development of a lifter. TIME STAMPS: …
 
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