A new study lends pretty solid support to two of my more iconoclastic positions about squatting, for which I previously only had shaky, circumstantial evidence. This article digs into the research and tells you what you need to know.
In today’s episode, Greg and Eric field listener questions about why (and how) to warm up, practical ways to quantify volume and assess fatigue, how to tell if you’re a non-responder to creatine, and much more. As an added bonus, Greg gives a detailed explanation of how to make really, really good homemade ice cream.
In this episode of the Stronger By Science Podcast, Greg shares some bench press tips, Greg and Eric discuss intermittent fasting, and Greg answers a listener’s question about mistakes to avoid when coaching beginners. Greg and Eric also interview Dr. Grant Tinsley, who tells us about some of his research on body composition, physique athletes, intermittent fasting, and determining which fruit your body is shaped like.
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