Restoring Motivation, Issues in Research, and Walking for Weight Loss

In today’s episode, Eric kicks things off by answering two questions from listeners. The first is about proper mixing and storage of creatine, and the second is about rediscovering and restoring motivation to work out. Next, Greg provides a research-packed answer to a listener’s question about whether or not there is a point of diminishing returns when it comes to weight loss and walking. After that, Eric discusses a few issues in the world of research and academic publishing that should impact the way we interpret some scientific research papers.

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Time stamps

Intro/Announcements (0:00)

Q&A: I mix my creatine in boiling water, and leave it in the refrigerator overnight. Is that okay? (2:11)

Q&A: I’ve lost motivation to work out, and I truly don’t enjoy it anymore. What should I do? (16:20)

Q&A: Is there a point of diminishing returns when it comes to weight loss and walking? (32:10)

Research Roundup: Issues in Research and Academic Publishing (58:18)

To Play Us Out: Rage Against the Machine and Audioslave (1:23:02)

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