In each episode, Greg and Lyndsey from Stronger By Science delve into exercise and nutrition research, health and fitness trends, and listener questions. Through deep dives, banter, and anecdotes, you'll learn how to interpret and apply the latest science, how to explain fitness trends to your friends, and what actually matters when it comes to living a strong, healthy life.
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In this episode (which is Part 2 of our micronutrient series), Greg and Lyndsey discuss nutrient targets: where they come from, what they mean, and how to think about them. They also talk about the relative imprecision of micronutrient tracking, why ... more
Micronutrients deserve more attention. There's very little content about micronutrients, and the content that *is* out there is often full of fear-mongering or wild claims about wonder drugs and super foods. In this episode, we aim to provide a solid... more
The industry for pre-sleep supplements, foods, and products is booming. But what actually works, and how much does our diet actually impact our sleep quality and quantity? Greg and Lyndsey talk about how pre-sleep products are marketed, break down th... more
Hey all, I love the content you share on your podcast, and I love that you dive so deeply into the material, but I feel confident that you are serving waaaaaay less people than you could. The incredibly long podcast is made all the longer with all the digressions, and meandering you do. It’s just too much. Every episode I’m excited to learn what it is you are covering, and each am every time I get upset by how long it is taking y’all to get through anything. more
I love the website and articles over there, so I really thought I’d enjoy this podcast. However, each episode is multiple hours long and for the first 30-40 minutes it was just mindless chit-chat. Nobody cares what you have to say here, get straight to the point! Make each episode shorter, and don’t waste peoples time. Check out the Zoe science and nutrition podcast and learn from their format.
But sadly I just can’t get into it. Too much irrelevant and boring banter. I’ll hang in for a little longer because I feel badly bailing after all these years, but not impressed so far.
Great content on this channel over the last few years. However, the amount of time wasted rambling about non-exercise science topics makes this podcast much harder to listen to.
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