SNR #160: Tools That Have Been Invaluable to My Life

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Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadShare this episode on Facebook Episode 160: Danny discusses tools that have been invaluable to him in life across 5 categories: non-nutrition books, tracking, creation, living life and asking yourself questions. Get the podcast on iTunes (iOS) Get the podcast on Stitcher (Android app) Get podcast RSS feed Click Here to Get Podcast Transcripts Links & Resources Stumbling on Happiness – Daniel Gilbert The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life – Mark Manson The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck (Blog Post) The Compound … Read More

SNR #158: Alex Ritson – Adaptive Thermogenesis, Thrifty Genes & Hedonic Eating

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Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadShare this episode on Facebook Episode 158: Alex Ritson dives into the metabolic adaptations that occur with dieting (and overfeeding), the implications of this for the dieter and how this can explain the differences between individuals in their response to a diet. Get the podcast on iTunes (iOS) Get the podcast on Stitcher (Android app) Get podcast RSS feed Click Here to Get Podcast Transcripts   Alex Ritson   Alex is a part of the online nutrition and training coaching company Lean Body Performance as the nutritionist and co-founder. He has gained certification with the International Society of … Read More

SNR #150: Are You Really a “Hard-Gainer”? – 5 Reasons For Not Gaining Weight

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Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadEpisode 150: Sigma coach Gar Benn lays out 5 reasons that really explain the notion of “hard-gainers” giving rise to some people feeling they can’t gain weight/muscle.  Click Here to Get Podcast Transcripts Sigma Nutrition & Performance Coaching Program Support the podcast on Patreon Click Here to Get Podcast Transcripts Enjoy this episode? Support the podcast on Patreon

SNR 149: Mike Israetel, PhD – Evidence-Based Healthy Eating Principles

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Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadShare this episode on Facebook Episode 149: Mike Israetel, PhD discusses the hierarchy of nutritional factors that have an affect on health, how this differs from just body composition goals and how to avoid getting married to any one diet method. Get the podcast on iTunes (iOS) Get the podcast on Stitcher (Android app) Get podcast RSS feed Click Here to Get Podcast Transcripts  Mike Israetel, PhD   Mike Israetel is currently a professor of Exercise Science at Temple University in Philadelphia, as well consulting nutritional and training for elite strength and combat athletes around the … Read More

Your Powerlifting Meet Preparation Checklist – Part 1

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Introduction In recent years there has been a continued explosion in the popularity of powerlifting, particularly raw (unequipped) lifting. The purpose of this 3-part series of articles is to inform people new or relatively new to powerlifting on what to prepare themselves for on the day of a meet. I would hope that this guide will be of use to both those thinking of entering their first meet, as well as more experienced competitors. I would also like to preface this article with the caveat that I am speaking from the perspective of being a lifter and coach in the Irish … Read More

Never Waste An Injury: The Psychology of Setbacks in Combat Sports

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LET US IMAGINE A SCENARIO… You are progressing on your martial arts journey and greatly enjoying the process. All the pieces are falling into place. Your growth curve is beautiful. Every day at training you are picking up new skills and identifying new areas to work on. You have the momentum of a boulder rolling down a hill and you are excited about your progression. With the rate at which you are improving, you see the sky as the limit for your skills. Life is good. Then… BOOM! Some body part, that just seconds before in your mind was as indestructible as steel … Read More