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:
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.
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:
Learn 5 specific ways to maximize your kettlebell press strength in this week's podcast.
The 1/2 bodyweight kettlebell press is powerful demonstration of brute strength.
Since I've had so many questions about how to get stronger with the press, I wanted to take some time and discuss specific programs and methods that have worked for me that will get you stronger.
There are many ways to increase press strength, but these are the 5 things that have been most successful to consistently conquer the 1/2 bodyweight kettlebell press.
Zach Even-Esh is the author of the NEW book, "The Encyclopedia of Underground Strength and Conditioning."
Zach is well known in the fitness industry as he's the Founder of the Underground Strength Gym, Creator of the Underground Strength Coach certification, and he's passionate and authentic in his approach to strength and conditioning.
You'll learn all about his great new book and the "Underground" approach to strength training in this "no fluff" interview session.
Dr. Brad Schoenfeld is the featured guest and muscle building is our topic this week on the podcast.
Brad is known as "the hypertrophy specialist" and is renowned for his knowledge in the area of muscle building.
What's interesting about Brad is his unique combination of scientific knowledge and practical application of hypertrophy training.
This is an in-depth interview on the latest science in muscle building and you're guaranteed to learn the "real science," not the "bro-science."
Dr. Krista Scott-Dixon is this week's guest and she's amazing.
She's a "Rock Star" in the fitness industry and you'll learn a ton in this week's session.
She believes that good nutrition and movement can transform our health, our communities, and our lives.
Krista Scott-Dixon is the current Program Developer and Coaching Coordinator at PrecisionNutrition.com.
She's inspired thousands of women to embrace strength training where she writes at stumptuos.com, but her message is for everyone to hear.
Brian St. Pierre, MS, RD, CSCS, CISSN, PN1 is this week's guest and we covered many great nutrition topics in this week's podcast.
You'll want to listen all the way through as Brian shares great advice on how to optimize nutrition.
Brian is a Registered Dietician and has a Master's in Food Science and Human Nutrition, but most importantly he's a wealth of knowledge.
He has extensive experience as he worked for Cressey Performance as the head Sports Nutritionist and he currently works closely with Dr. John Berardi at Precision Nutrition.