Fatigue Mechanisms, HIIT Programming, and Sex Disparities in Research

In today’s episode, Greg and Eric revisit the topic of buffering supplements and fatigue as Eric presents a Research Review about the mechanisms driving neuromuscular fatigue. After that, Greg discusses his new article about sex disparities in research. Next, Eric shares a Coach’s Corner segment about programming high-intensity interval training (HIIT) and sprint interval training (SIT) for lifters.

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Time Stamps

Intro/Announcements (0:00)

Road to the Stage / Road to Athens (1:26)

Feats of Strength (6:53)

Research Review: Fatigue mechanisms (8:32)

The major challenges (and low success rates) of mechanistic speculation (23:07)

SBS Article Discussion: Where are all the Female Participants in Strength, Hypertrophy, and Supplement Research? (29:32)

Do findings from male participants typically generalize to female participants? (42:25)

Why more research with female participants is needed (53:27)

Coach’s Corner: HIIT programming (59:27)

Clarification about sex disparities in research (1:16:12)

To Play Us Out: The Black Keys, Hill Country Blues, and Pokémon Legends: Arceus (1:24:52)

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