Sep 26, 2016
Episode 145: Sleep & performance researcher Ian Dunican of the Australian Institute of Sport, discusses some of his work examining the effects of sleep, circadian disruption, training timing and travel schedules on the performance and recovery of elite level athletes.
Ian Dunican is currently undertaking PhD...
Sep 22, 2016
Episode 144: Answering a listener question: “In a few episodes you've mentioned inflammation and how to deal with it. But how do you know if you have a problem with inflammation to begin with?"
Sep 13, 2016
Episode 143: Muscle physiology researcher Dr. Keith Baar from the University of California at Davis is on the show to discuss his teams work looking at nutrional and training strategies that can increase tendon stiffness, hence playing a role in injury prevention and the recovery process from tendon/ligament...
Sep 8, 2016
Episode 142: Sigma Nutrition coach Gar Benn discusses how to effectively troubleshoot your dietary approach, evaluating how to improve a diet and effively programming nutrition and training to get optimal results.
Gar is a strength coach and nutritionist. He is the owner of City Gym, a strength training facility and...
Sep 2, 2016
Episode 141: Helping competitive athletes make
weight in an effective and scientific manner is my principle area
of practice with my own coaching clients. Currently, my personal
roster of clients is about 90% made up of such athletes, so pro MMA
fighters, boxers and then also powerlifters and weightlifters.