NY TimesBest-Selling AuthorRobb Wolf is the featured guest on this week's podcast.
Robb is the author of the best selling book, "The Paleo Solution"and he's considered one of the world leaders in Paleo nutrition.
He's a podcaster, seminar leader, and renowned expert in the area of Paleolithic nutrition where he's transformed the lives of thousands.
In this week's show, we discuss a wide range of topics with key insights.
It's been harder to keep up with reader questions, so I'd like to start answering more of your questions here at Rdella Training.
Recently, I had a few great questions from Rick, who's a former powerlifter and starting to integrate more kettlebells into his training.
He wanted to know the best ways to effectively combine barbell and kettlebell training.
Here are Rick's questions:
NY Times Best-Selling Author and Creator of MobilityWOD.com, Dr. Kelly Starrett joins me this week for an amazing interview discussing his NEW book, "Ready to Run."
Kelly's a return guest on the podcast and I'm really excited to have him come back to talk about the new book, as well as other great topics in performance and injury prevention.
"Running is a compound, functional movement that we were designed to do in daily life." This is a great reason why you need to check out this interview.
Kelly's a pioneer and an innovator with what he's doing to revolutionize human performance.
Here's some of what you'll hear about this week:
This is how many people train.
They go to the gym, box, bootcamp, or train at home.
They get in their workout of the day, which could be anything from "cardio" and strength training to specific "body part" training.
3 sets of this, 4 sets of that, chest work, arm work, maybe some leg work, some conditioning or "cardio" and call it a day.
Kettlebell training and the hormonal response to exercise is the topic of this week's podcast.
There's a brand new cutting edge study that was just published looking at the acute hormonal response to the kettlebell swing.
I'll break down this study and share the big takeaways around understanding the physiological changes that occur following a training session.
This is another important scientific study which helps us better understand the benefits of strength training and, specifically, the kettlebell swing exercise.
In the most recent podcast (episode #86) on bodyweight training I spoke about how we need to be “technicians” in our training.
I spoke about my background and why I believe we need to be more technical in our exercise approach.
But, let me clarify things because I don’t want this point to be misunderstood.
Bodyweight training is the topic of this week's podcast.
In this week's episode, I'll share my 10 favorite bodyweight exercises.
You might be surprised by what made the list, but I consider these the "fundamentals" in bodyweight exercise.
Here's what you'll hear about this week:
What do you do on your rest and recovery day?
Is an "OFF"day from your training a day when you don't do anything at all?
A recovery day can be a day to take advantage of some other activities that won't impair your training and may even help you to recover faster.
Today, I'm pretty sore.