Episode 205: Brandon Roberts, PhD gets into the details of two recent research papers pertinent to the area of muscle hypertrophy.
Brandon Roberts, PhD
Brandon has a PhD in Muscle Biology and is currently a Postdoctoral Fellow researching muscle physiology related to hypertrophic adaptations. He is a published author or peer-reviewed research. In addition to his prowess in academia, Brandon is well-respected and experience in the practical side of things; being a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), USA Weightlifting Sports Performance Coach and online coach for The Strength Guys.
As a writer, Brandon has been published in Alan Aragon’s Research Review, Stronger By Science, Muscle & Strength, STACK, and Sci-fit.net
Research Papers Discussed In This Episode:
- Study #1: Pardue et al., 2017 – Case Study: Unfavorable But Transient Physiological Changes During Contest Preparation in a Drug-Free Male Bodybuilder
- Study #2: Haun et al., 2017 – Molecular, neuromuscular, and recovery responses to light versus heavy resistance exercise in young men
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