Stronger By Science will now be releasing an episode every single week. Every other episode will be a “Question & Answer” (Q&A) episode, in which Eric and Greg answer questions submitted by listeners. If you want your questions answered on a future episode, please submit them using any of the following links: Facebook post, Instagram post, Twitter post
1:30 Should you change the way you train as you approach the age of 40 (and beyond)? How and why do performance and recovery change as we age?
11:42 Considering the result of this 2014 study, would you see similar long-term results from eating a normal amount of a whole protein source, or a smaller protein dose that is supplemented with extra leucine?
19:53 What’s your take on long-term effects of heavy lifting on spine and joint health?
31:47 Any recommendations for lifters with spinal loading issues?
43:27 For an advanced lifter, is beltless training useless?
49:02 At what point do you see diminished returns when it comes to the health benefits of getting stronger?
56:40 What would happen if Terry Tao started studying exercise science? What kind of progress would the field make?
1:07:47 A few scientific fields have recently identified issues with replication, reproducibility, and transparency in research. How prevalent are these issues in exercise science?