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Episode 10: How Much is Just Enough? Minimum Training Recommendations

Episode 10: How Much is Just Enough? Minimum Training Recommendations

In this week's episode of "The Discover Strength Podcast" I had the pleasure of sitting down with a research assistant at Solent University in the UK. Patroklos Androulakis-Korakakis (PAK) is mere weeks away from becoming Dr. Androulakis-Korakakis, and was kind enough...

Episode 9: The Benefits of High Intensity Interval Training

Episode 9: The Benefits of High Intensity Interval Training

In this week's episode of "The Discover Strength Podcast" we are thrilled to be joined by Dr. Martin Gibala, PhD. from McMaster University in Canada. Dr. Gibala is a Senior Professor of Kinesiology at McMaster, and one of the world's foremost experts on High Intensity...

Episode 8: Training With An Injured Limb

Episode 8: Training With An Injured Limb

Omar Valdes is a student and research assistant at Universidad Finis Terrae in Chile. With the help of his professor Luis Penailillo for his graduate thesis he wrote a wonderful paper that has huge implications for recovery on an injured limb.  0:52 Episode Preview...

Episode 7: Exercise Could Save The World

Episode 7: Exercise Could Save The World

In this weeks episode of "The Discover Strength Podcast" we are thrilled to have Dr. Doug McGuff join us on the show. Dr. McGuff is widely regarded as one of the brightest minds in the field of evidence based exercise. His book "Body By Science" with Co-Author John...

Episode 6: Project Discover- 16 Week Body Composition Study

Episode 6: Project Discover- 16 Week Body Composition Study

0:52 Introduce Special Guests 1:44 The history of "Project Discover" 3:42 Meet Dr. James Steele 4:18 Meet Dr. James Fisher 5:55 Discover Strength exists to....Lead the movement in evidence based exercise 7:27 Previous Project Discover Studies Pre- Exhaustion Training...

Episode 5: Bodybuilding and the History of Strength Training

Episode 5: Bodybuilding and the History of Strength Training

Roger has been a pioneer in weight training for decades. He was college football's first strength and conditioning coach (Penn State 1964-1965). A nationally recognized leader in the prevention and rehabilitation of sports related injuries. Roger has conducted...

Episode 4: Safe Spine Training

Episode 4: Safe Spine Training

Dr. Ted Dreisinger has over 40 years of clinical and consulting experience on the treatment and management of back and neck pain. 0:53 Introduction to Dr. Ted 2:08 Dr. Ted's Background 11:15 What got Dr. Ted interested in spinal strengthening? 17:46 Chronic Low Back...

Episode 3: Predicting Proximity to Failure

Episode 3: Predicting Proximity to Failure

In this episode of "The Discover Strength Podcast" Dr. James Steele and our host Logan Herlihy discuss predicting proximity to muscle failure. Dr. James Steele is an associate professor of Sports and Exercise Science at Solent University and the principal investigator...

Episode 2: The Benefits of Resistance Training

Episode 2: The Benefits of Resistance Training

In this episode of "The Discover Strength Podcast" Dr. Wayne Westcott and our host Logan Herlihy discuss the benefits of resistance training beyond added muscle strength and mass. Dr. Wayne Westcott is a Professor and Chair of Exercise Science at Quincy College, he...

Episode 1: “Top 5 Training Myths” with James Fisher PhD

Episode 1: “Top 5 Training Myths” with James Fisher PhD

In this episode of The Discover Strength Podcast, Dr. James Fisher and I discuss some of the most pervasive strength training myths still prevalent in the exercise & fitness industry. Dr. James Fisher is a senior lecturer and researcher at Solent University in the...

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