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Bryan Boorstein is the coach that created Evolved Training Systems and Paragon Training. In today’s episode we discuss the importance of improving cardiovascular health, energy systems, and why meatheads need to get better at breathing. more
Dr. Andy Galpin is a tenured full Professor at California State University, Fullerton. He is the Co-Director of the Center for Sport Performance and Founder/Director of the Biochemistry and Molecular Exercise Physiology Laboratory. more
Dr. Gabrielle Lyon, is the founder of the Institute for MUSCLE-CENTRIC MEDICINE®. Dr. Lyon is a nationally recognized speaker and media contributor specializing in brain and thyroid health, lean body mass support, and longevity. more
I just listened to the episode about menopause and fitness with Dr. Abbie Smith-Ryan. I have weight trained for over 30 years, but I am realizing I definitely need to up my game with protein and also supplementation now that Im post menopausal. The entire episode was incredibly helpful and informative.
Helpful and provides insights that’s practical. However, I wish there were more practical tips on analyzing bloodwork history (episode on ‘Bloodwork What your doctor isn't telling you’).
Really enjoy this podcast and always learn something fascinating! Loved the episode on Evidence-Based Strategies to Reduce Risk of Dementia and Alzheimers with Dr. Tommy Wood! Amazing take aways and tips on how we can keep our brain healthy for a lifetime. Thank you!
Guys, a little organization and clarity in the message would go a long way. I’ve listened to numerous episodes only to get 30 mins in and realize I haven’t heard anything of actual substance. Just a bunch of half-thoughts and interjections and giggling. Perhaps consider what you’re trying to get across with each episode, then distill it and eliminate all the fluff and filler. Would be appreciated.
But they are just selling their expensive coaching and give almost no actionable advice. The answer to every question is “it depends, I have to look at your bloodwork and lifestyle.”
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