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Frequency and Intensity

How to Get Big Quads, Save Your Knees, and Finally Grow Your Calves – Episode 346

Once again 2020 keeps trying to kick our teeth down our throat. But we gotta do what the late, great Chadwick Boseman said and, “Press on with pride. Press on with purpose.” With that said, I’ve got another listener Q&A episode for you this week.  This week we’re going to cover how to build big, powerful legs, learn lessons from bodybuilders and powerlifters, and a lot more. Don’t miss out! Scroll Down for Show Notes: Click here to subscribe via iTunes… continue reading.

Are You Doing Too Much Volume? Optimal Frequency, Best Exercises for Abs & Traps – Episode 288

Over the last few years you may have heard some relatively new (less than 10 years of real world experience) trainers and online fitness guru’s regurgitate the following statement, “volume is the key driver of hypertrophy gains.” That statement is continually made these days because of some studies showing that those who did more sets gained more muscle. But it’s hardly conclusive and hardly the advice that everyone should adhere to. If you lack the requisite 10-25 years of real world coaching experience that it takes to wade through all this stuff, you just go with whatever’s popular at the… continue reading.

“The Muscle Doc”, Jordan Shallow: How to Gain Muscle, Get Strong, Move Better and Feel Amazing – Episode 251

Dr. Jordan Shallow not only talks the talk (he’s a chiropractor and one of the brightest and most insightful guys in the fitness industry) but, as a competitive powerlifter, Strength and Conditioning Coach and one of the strongest, most jacked dudes around, he also walks the walk. In this episode we delve into all things training.  Jordan reveals some of the biggest myths and misconceptions regarding training and provides information that will help you achieve your fitness goals, faster. He explains everything from how to perform the big lifts, so you get jacked and strong while avoiding injury,… continue reading.