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Jun 21, 2017

Back in January Lawrence wanted to drive a flag into the ground and proclaim six terrible ideas he wanted to see left way back in 2016.

Now we're halfway through the year let's see if anything has gone the way of the dodo!

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Lawrence is bursting into 2017 waving a banner to gather the fitness industry and lifestyle around him to lay down his 6 Ideas That Need To Die In 2017.

Lawrence is joined by a whole host of guests this episode and it's packed full of insight.

Let us know what you think of this clip style of podcast on Twitter or Instagram!

While you're listening you can find SBS on Instagram and Snapchat @ShredByScience, the Judd is @LozJudd on Snapchat and @SBS_Lawrence on Instagram.

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The music in this episode was: 

"Volatile Reaction" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) 
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ 

 
Jun 14, 2017

Lawrence is joined by Andy Morgan in this episode.

Andy lives by the motto "be useful first and expect nothing in return". In the last six years he has coached over a thousand people and sold over ten thousand people.

Andy's website is the most successful Japanese fitness website and today we're looking at the bonus chapter in Andy's most recent book: The Last Shred.

While you're listening find us on social media, we're @ShredByScience on most social media and you can find us on Facebook by searching Shredded By Science. The Judd is @LozJudd on Snapchat and @SBS_Lawrence on Instagram.

Also, the Eat, Train Progress group on Facebook is full of lovely people! Join us!

You can also email us - info@shreddedbyscience.com.

Don't forget, as Lawrence said in this episode, The 2017 Strength and Physique Conference is in July, it features Eric Helms and Dr Mike Zourdos and you can get your tickets from shreddedbyscience.com/conference.

Onto the episode!

02:03 - Lawrence can't help but talk about The Last Samurai

03:08 - We dive into what exactly Andy's newest book is about.

04:00 - Andy opens up about the last chapter.

11:34 - Was the attention to detail Andy shows in all aspects of his life introduced by karate or was it brought out by it?

13:50 - How do you make sure every client gets enough care and attention?

20:35 - What should trainers do if they need a large percentage of their website traffic to sign up as clients?

22:05 - Andy never was a cold caller, never chased leads. How did he get so many clients?

28:20 - Andy elaborates on his rule "no smartphones"

29:25 - Why Andy doesn't like Skype

43:47 - You have a three day weekend now, you work four days a week. How did you get to that?

56:11 - Andy elaborates on his no money back guarantee policy

Jun 7, 2017

Lawrence is joined by the wonderful ESG today.

Lawrence wonderfully describes the episode as a "brain dump" so get ready for some knowledge bombs. 

It's a bit of a short one today, so there's no excuses for missing out.

While you're listening find us on social media, we're @ShredByScience on most social media and you can find us on Facebook by searching Shredded By Science. The Judd is @LozJudd on Snapchat and @SBS_Lawrence on Instagram.

Also, the Eat, Train Progress group on Facebook is full of lovely people! Join us!

You can also email us - info@shreddedbyscience.com.

Don't forget, as Lawrence said in this episode, The 2017 Strength and Physique Conference is in July, it features Eric Helms and Dr Mike Zourdos and you can get your tickets from shreddedbyscience.com/conference.

 

May 31, 2017

Lawrence and Patrick gather in the lounge around the crackling flame for another Fireside Chat.

Today we're talking about foam rolling. More importantly, does it work?

While you're listening find us on social media, we're @ShredByScience on most social media and you can find us on Facebook by searching Shredded By Science. The Judd is @LozJudd on Snapchat and @SBS_Lawrence on Instagram.

Also, the Eat, Train Progress group on Facebook is full of lovely people! Join us!

You can also email us - info@shreddedbyscience.com.

Don't forget, as Lawrence said in this episode, The 2017 Strength and Physique Conference is in July, it features Eric Helms and Dr Mike Zourdos and you can get your tickets from shreddedbyscience.com/conference.

Let's get into the episode:

01:13 - From Tom McDonald - Do fifty year olds need to change their type of workouts, do too many even bother even when their joints are screaming? 

09:06 - From Andrew Doueihi - What are you opinions on the concept of myofascial release?

17:35 - From Amber Joy - What are some good rules of thumb, starting points or sources of information for a general population person who wants to learn about counting macros for fat loss? 

20:50 - From Sylvia Hua (sorry if we spelt it wrong!) - I read that taking creatine can cause weight gain due to water retention. For me I see a direct cause and effect of taking creatine of monohydrate and weight loss and increased visability of ab lines. 

25:50 - From Stephen Dallas - When performing a powerlifting arch for bench press what is the difference in pec activation compared to a somewhat natural arch?

32:44 - From Tim Garret - For a lifter that is a long way out from a competition how far away would you move from the competition lifts?

48:23 - From Mitch Ables - How long should you spend on a program before altering exercises or intensity/volume?

May 24, 2017

Before you enjoy this episode, please take the time to look at this Just Giving category page. It's full of people trying to raise money to help those who suffered in the terrorist attack in Manchester on Monday the 22nd of May 2017.

https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/categories/emergencies/manchester-terrorist-attack

Lawrence starts with a personal moment about this abhorrent, evil act before we get into the episode today.

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Emma is back. LJ and ESG tackle some hard hitting fitness chat in this episode. 

While you're listening find us on social media, we're @ShredByScience on most social media and you can find us on Facebook by searching Shredded By Science. The Judd is @LozJudd on Snapchat and @SBS_Lawrence on Instagram.

Also, the Eat, Train Progress group on Facebook is full of lovely people! Join us!

 You can also email us - info@shreddedbyscience.com.

Don't forget, as Lawrence said in this episode, The 2017 Strength and Physique Conference is in July, it features Eric Helms and Dr Mike Zourdos and you can get your tickets from shreddedbyscience.com/conference.

 

 

May 19, 2017

This episode is all about Dogma and Dogmatic beliefs in the fitness industry.

These Dogmas have been taken from the Eat, Train Progress group on Facebook. Join us!

While you're listening find us on social media, we're @ShredByScience on most social media and you can find us on Facebook by searching Shredded By Science. The Judd is @LozJudd on Snapchat and @SBS_Lawrence on Instagram.

You can also email us - info@shreddedbyscience.com.

Don't forget, as Lawrence said right at the start of this episode, The 2017 Strength and Physique Conference is in July, it features Eric Helms and Dr Mike Zourdos and you can get your tickets from shreddedbyscience.com/conference

Here's the lowdown on this episode!

02:34 - Lawrence and Pat call out a load of nonsense.

03:11 - Correction - it's bullshit.

05:23 - Patrick's important news.

06:53 - Lawrence and Patrick start smashing dogmas. "You have to squat to create an anabolic state to gain muscle elsewhere in the body."

14:14 - A seamless segue leads us into "a 12 minute anabolic window used by a trainer who also sold protein supplements to his client and forced them to go and get their shake before even cooling down to prevent Katabolism."

19:01 - BONUS RANT - Trainers shouldn't sell supplements.

20:30 - Counter-Dogma - "There is no anabolic window"

25:44 - "I was told by a trainer that it's absolutely necessary that I start foam rolling and that it would make me immediately stronger"

26:44 - "Your spine should remain neutral AT ALL TIMES"

32:38 - "You have to master your bodyweight before touching a bar"

43:36 - "A trainer told me calories in, calories out is bullshit. Only macros matter."

47:13 - "The 1,200 standard for weight loss"

52:00 - "Oh yeah, chemicals"

 

 

May 17, 2017

Having just finished donning their smoking jackets and filling their pipes, Lawrence and Patrick have gathered around the fireside to about Fat Personal trainers.

It's a divisive topic with people strongly on either side of the fence and Patrick has a very recent anecdote to share on the topic.

While you're listening you can find SBS on Instagram and Snapchat @ShredByScience and while you're at it you can find the Judd on @LozJudd.

The 2017 Strength and Physique Conference is in July, it features Eric Helms and Dr Mike Zourdos and you can get your tickets from shreddedbyscience.com/conference

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The music in this episode was:

"Volatile Reaction" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

May 10, 2017

Want to learn from Eric Helms and Dr Mike Zourdos up-close and personal? On July 8th, the 2 will be presenting a Strength & Physique masterclass in London - get your tickets for just £69 from shreddedbyscience.com/conference

The boys are back around the crackling fire with another chat this week.

While you're listening find us on social media, we're @ShredByScience on most social media and you can find us on Facebook by searching Shredded By Science. The Judd is @LozJudd on Snapchat and @SBS_Lawrence on Instagram.

You can also email us - info@shreddedbyscience.com.

Here's the lowdown on this episode!

02:07 - With regards to the repeated bout effect, do you think after a mezzo cycle of training with certain exercises that switching up exercises can act as a deload?

11:15 - What are your thoughts on occlusion training? Is there a place for it alongside conventional lifting?

19:30 - How often do you need to run a sensitisation period for hypertrophy and what would this look like?

29:06 - What's more the hardest thing to adhere to? Diet or exercise?

50:03 - Do you have any coaching stories that took you by surprise?

May 3, 2017

Want to learn from Eric Helms and Dr Mike Zourdos up-close and personal? On July 8th, the 2 will be presenting a Strength & Physique masterclass in London - get your tickets for just £69 from shreddedbyscience.com/conference

 

Lawrence is joined by Dr. Nova Deighton-Smith, Leah Boepple and Andrea Valdez in this week's SBS Radio.

This episode's topic is a very serious one. Dr. Nova Deighton-Smith's research looked into Fitspiration. The kind of posts that flood social media and how they can be so destructive. Leah Boepple discusses a study looking into how pro-anorexic websites can make people feel worse about themselves and research into Thinspiration websites.

In the second half of this episode Lawrence speaks to Andrea Valdez of 3DMJ who looks at this topic through the lense of being a bodybuilding coach.

While you're listening find us on social media, we're @ShredByScience on most social media and you can find us on Facebook by searching Shredded By Science. The Judd is @LozJudd on Snapchat and @SBS_Lawrence on Instagram.

You can also email us - info@shreddedbyscience.com.

Here's the lowdown on this episode!

03:40 - Why do you think that the Internet and in particular Social Media has become such a prevalent source of imagery and inspiration to change one's body?

09:15 - Are there any particular groups of people particularly susceptible to body image related media?

15:08 - Dr. Nova Deighton-Smith and her research into Fitspiration

19:15 - What were the sort of images found in the research?

20:38 - What stood out as particularly shocking?

23:24 - Why are destructive mantras so common?

25:12 - How does Fitspiration fit into Objectification Theory?

30:50 - Is there a healthy way to balance self objectification and self subjectification?

33:00 - What advice would you give to people on Instagram regarding their own mental health if they're likely to see Fitspiration?

36:23 - Leah Boepple and her experimental study.

40:18 - How did you go about finding these websites?

42:00 - Did any of the content you saw made you feel particularly shocked or troubled?

44:21 - How do Thinspiration and Fitspiration websites compare when it comes to content and themes?

45:38 - What is the impact of Fitspiration tags becoming so huge?

46:34 - Do you think that Influencers on social media has a responsibility to know the impact of that they're posting?

47:19 - What are you researching next?

49:21 - Andrea Valdez joins Lawrence and recaps the previous two interviews.

58:10 - Is this less of a Fitspiration problem and more of a responsibility and awareness problem?

01:05:24 - Is there a tipping point? Does it come with age or experience?

01:08:41 - What advice does Dr. Nova Deighton-Smith have for trainers whose clients expose themselves to this type of social media content?

Apr 26, 2017

Want to learn from Eric Helms and Dr Mike Zourdos up-close and personal? On July 8th, the 2 will be presenting a Strength & Physique masterclass in London - get your tickets for just £69 from shreddedbyscience.com/conference

 

Lawrence is joined by the Chris and Eric Martinez - also known as the Dynamic Duo - this week.

Chris and Eric are based in the States and are personal trainers and coaches. SBS has written guest blogs for their site before and Lawrence has been really keen to get these guys on the pod.

The Dynamic Duo have just released a new book titled The New Era of Fitness and you can get it for free by going to www.theneweraoffitness.com

If you want to hear more from the guys you should check out their podcast - the Dynamic Lifestyle Podcast.

While you're listening find us on social media, we're @ShredByScience on most social media and you can find us on Facebook by searching Shredded By Science. The Judd is @LozJudd on Snapchat and @SBS_Lawrence on Instagram.

You can also email us - info@shreddedbyscience.com.

Here's the lowdown on this episode!

03:00 - So who is the book aimed at?

04:17 - What're your thoughts on the commercialisation of people's personal fitness?

07:06 - Did the tragedies early in your life lead you down your life's path?

10:28 - In chapter two you drive home the point of not comparing yourself to others. A lot of people still have a comparison mindset, how do you deal with that sort of client?

12:53 - Some coaches might struggle to connect to their clients in the same way that you do. What advice do you have for them?

13:57 - How does someone become emotionally resilient without repressing emotions too much?

16:00 - You mention early in the book at anger was a driving force that initially led you to the gym. Do you still train fuelled by emotion or has that changed?

18:30 - You are the Dynamic Duo and you often talk about living a dynamic lifestyle. Why do you think that's so important?

20:42 - What is the biggest benefit to taking a flexible approach to diet, nutrition and training?

22:58 - You've mentioned gamifying fitness. How does it work?

28:38 - How do you go about identifying you're not surrounding yourself with people who are supporting you?

30:49 - You mention a few mentors in your book. How do you choose who to listen to? What's your filter?

 

Apr 19, 2017

Want to learn from Eric Helms and Dr Mike Zourdos up-close and personal? On July 8th, the 2 will be presenting a Strength & Physique masterclass in London - get your tickets for just £69 from shreddedbyscience.com/conference

 

Lawrence and Patrick are discussing a few big questions today as they look at your first powerlifting meet.

This episode should be a great help whether you're a trainer or a competitor, so get your notebook out and get comfy.

01:18 - Should I cut weight?

04:10 - How should I change my programming?

07:27 - What should I pack?

22:29 - Attempt Selection 101

29:57 - Wake up in the morning and...

40:10 - How to warm up

44:52 - Actually lifting something

55:34 - Don't change anything!

58:28 - What if you miss an attempt?

While you're listening you can find SBS on Instagram and Snapchat @ShredByScience, the Judd is @LozJudd on Snapchat and @SBS_Lawrence on Instagram.

If you're interested in the SBS Academy you can get more information and sign up for early bird offers below.

http://shreddedbyscience.com/academy/

Apr 12, 2017

Want to learn from Eric Helms and Dr Mike Zourdos up-close and personal? On July 8th, the 2 will be presenting a Strength & Physique masterclass in London - get your tickets for just £69 from shreddedbyscience.com/conference

 

In this episode from the archive Lawrence and Luke are joined by Brad Loomis ahead of the 3DMJ Conference in 2016.

Before the big 3DMJ Conference, Brad spoke about deloads and tapers and how important they are to your workout.

Brad and the whole of Team 3DMJ came over on July the 2nd for a London Conference. You can find all the slides from their talks at http://shreddedbyscience.com/3dmj

Apr 5, 2017

Want to learn from Eric Helms and Dr Mike Zourdos up-close and personal? On July 8th, the 2 will be presenting a Strength & Physique masterclass in London - get your tickets for just £69 from shreddedbyscience.com/conference

 

In this episode Lawrence is back with John Downing.

Last year Lawrence met John and they spoke about John's work in Zimbabwe with Lift 4 Life, as he began a journey to help the sport of powerlifting in the country.

01:42 - John tells us about how much he has achieved in the last year.

05:00 - How did it feel when you finally equipped a full centre?

07:32 - What stood in the way of equipping the centre in July?

09:02 - How do the centres encourage the local community to start powerlifting?

10:45 - Have you seen any direct benefits from sourcing materials from the local area?

11:52 - What's next?

14:44 - What stands in the way of your dream? 

While you're listening you can find SBS on Instagram and Snapchat @ShredByScience, the Judd is @LozJudd on Snapchat and @SBS_Lawrence on Instagram.

If you're interested in the SBS Academy you can get more information and sign up for early bird offers below.

http://shreddedbyscience.com/academy/

Mar 29, 2017

Lawrence and the Ninjavalid are back this week to tackle some more questions from the Eat, Train, Progress Facebook group.

Without further ado:

0404: How do you deal when your client starts to speak about Pseudoscience?

1731: How do you handle unwanted advice on your lifts at the gym?

2330: Individual needs / wants / recovery is becoming more prevalent. What does this mean in practice for a trainer or a trainee who reads?

3306: Someone is really excited to do low-carb and Keto dieting. What do I do to help him low-carb healthily while I gently guide him to a balanced diet?

While you're listening you can find SBS on Instagram and Snapchat @ShredByScience, the Judd is @LozJudd on Snapchat and @SBS_Lawrence on Instagram.

If you're interested in the SBS Academy you can get more information and sign up for early bird offers below.

http://shreddedbyscience.com/academy/

 

 

Mar 22, 2017

Lawrence and Patrick are back in the saddle taking on questions once again.

In this episode the two look at:

- Being overweight in the powerlifting community

-How and when does it make sense to include Pause Squats, Deficit Deadlifts and lifts with chains or bands.

- Tips on how to warm up properly before squats and other heavy lifting AND how to correct a poor squat

- Self awareness and when to pull back and make time for yourself

While you're listening you can find SBS on Instagram and Snapchat @ShredByScience, the Judd is @LozJudd on Snapchat and @SBS_Lawrence on Instagram and making his debut, you can find Patrick on Instagram, too @EatTrainProgress.

 

Mar 20, 2017

Lawrence and Pat are back around the Fireside to discuss the big questions once more.

06:25 - How do you take account for clients other sports or training?

13:49 - How does stress impact potential gains? We didn't answer this as Eric Helms and Dr Mike Zourdos covered this better a few episodes back!

15:05 - What are the ins and outs of getting a fitness business up and running?

33:10 - Is there a point at which supplements become a crutch on training or nutrition?

While you're listening you can find SBS on Instagram and Snapchat @ShredByScience, the Judd is @LozJudd on Snapchat and @SBS_Lawrence on Instagram.

If you're interested in the SBS Academy you can get more information and sign up for early bird offers below.

http://shreddedbyscience.com/academy/

Mar 17, 2017

Happy Friday dear listener. As an end of the week gift to you, Lawrence is bringing this episode back from last year.

Today Lawrence is joined by SBS Coach, SBS Academy Tutor and Lift the Bar Mentor, Stuart Aitken.

It's a historic episode as Stuart is our first ever Scotsman on the pod. Lawrence and Stuart actually recorded this while holding hands over Hadrian's Wall.

Stuart is here to discuss the importance of being evidence based and how it might be really important to PTs, but not that important to clients.

Quick audio quality note. Lawrence's mic inexplicably goes a bit odd towards the end of the show, sorry guys.

You can find SBS on social media:

Twitter - @shredbyscience

Instagram - @shredbyscience

Snapchat - @shredbyscience

Mar 15, 2017

Like at the end of Indiana Jones when the Ark is opened and it melts the faces of those who look into it, the SBS Radio Archive is full of knowledge so powerful it can only be trusted to a select few. 

You dear listener are one of those few. Lawrence is bringing an episode from the vaults today and speaks with SBS Legend Chad Dolan.

Lawrence is joined by Chad Dolan today. Chad is the latest and greatest member of the Academy team and gives us an introduction as to who he is.

You can find Chad on Instagram: @ChadDolan and Snapchat: @ChadDolan and on Twitter: @MioDolan

While you're listening you can find SBS on Instagram and Snapchat @ShredByScience, the Judd is @LozJudd on Snapchat and @SBS_Lawrence on Instagram.

Mar 13, 2017

Hold onto your earphones and keep children well clear. This episode features strong language and stronger opinions.

Lawrence and Patrick are here today with the debut episode of Fireside Rants. 

The guys are a bit rattled as someone has come into the Eat, Train, Progress Facebook page and been less than brilliant about their attitude. As such Patrick isn't a happy boy.

In this episode, the two take turns to take a swing at a few of their pet peeves online -Functional Patterns, Personal Trainers claiming that they can eliminate pain, and irresponsible advice about medication all receive a lashing in this episode. In the emotional outpour, the two get into the habit of talking over each other making timestamping this episode a bit more difficult.

As an added bonus, though, there is a point where Patrick gets so annoyed he don't talk his words so good no more.

While you're listening you can find SBS on Instagram and Snapchat @ShredByScience, the Judd is @LozJudd on Snapchat and @SBS_Lawrence on Instagram.

If you're interested in the SBS Academy you can get more information and sign up for early bird offers below.

http://shreddedbyscience.com/academy/

Mar 10, 2017

A Fireside Chat from the archives this fine Friday as Lawrence and Patrick dust off the vinyl and delicately place the needle on this classic.

Please note that as this is a rebroadcast some dates are mentioned in this episode that are now out of date.

These two are frightful, but the fire is so delightful. Welcome to another Fireside Chat with Lawrence and Patrick. 

Talking about Rates of Weight Loss the two as ever end up on some wonderful tangents that are almost related to the topic this time.

If you're around Bath this weekend then shout on social media, there's rumblings of a potential SBS Radio meet up!

While you're listening you can find SBS on Instagram and Snapchat @ShredByScience and while you're at it you can find the Judd on @LozJudd.

This episode was originally broadcast in April 2016

Mar 8, 2017

Today Lawrence is looking at a big question. What does it actually take to become a successful personal trainer?

From the outside it looks easy. Work when you want and make a packet just showing people what to lift or what cardio machines to run. The reality couldn't be further from the truth.

So what do you need to do?

0508: Hard, smart work.

0629: Continued professional development.

0752: Get good at personal training first.

0922: Have a client centred focus.

1039: People skills.

1152: View your first few years as an apprenticeship.

Now, if you're thinking about starting your journey to becoming a PT, what should you do?

1310: Start helping.

1350: Get yourself qualified.

1431: Invest in learning.

1447: Start loving the process.

While you're listening you can find SBS on Instagram and Snapchat @ShredByScience, the Judd is @LozJudd on Snapchat and @SBS_Lawrence on Instagram.

Mar 6, 2017

The Ginger Ninja and Harry Squatter  The Punisher are back for another Fireside Chat!

Lawrence and Patrick take on the big topic of - Common Mistakes With Programme Design.

0351: What are your trouble shooting steps when a lift has plateaued for someone who has the goal of gaining strength?

1033: Additionally, what are some common mistakes you see when people design their own programmes?

1932: What are some things to do when I've plateaued? I've lost 50lbs, but I'm stuck at 295lbs.

2434: Can you discuss the pros and cons of taking a flexible approach to training and dieting?

2937: Where do you see technology, wearable or otherwise, going in relation to the fitness industry?

While you're listening you can find SBS on Instagram and Snapchat @ShredByScience, the Judd is @LozJudd on Snapchat and @SBS_Lawrence on Instagram.

If you're interested in the SBS Academy you can get more information and sign up for early bird offers below.

http://shreddedbyscience.com/academy/

Mar 3, 2017

Lawrence and Patrick are back to answer your questions once again. Lawrence is pretty buzzed as he's been taking cold medicine, so it adds a nice extra level of excitement.

03:46 What are your thoughts on the benefits of cardio on overall health?

11:35 Will a sedentary person and a person actively resistance training get the same benefit from adding cardio to their life?

13:35 Is there a disadvantage to not taking complete days off?

19:40 When in a calorie surplus phase do you employ any tactics to prevent fat gain?

25:34 I'd like to know about recoverable volume. How do you know when you're at the right level for you?

29:51 If a client is looking to drop a weight class should you look to do it towards the beginning or the end of the training cycle?

37:36 How many exercises/sets would you go for if you were doing three full body workouts a week on an eight-week cycle? 

While you're listening you can find SBS on Instagram and Snapchat @ShredByScience, the Judd is @LozJudd on Snapchat and @SBS_Lawrence on Instagram.

If you're interested in the SBS Academy you can get more information and sign up for early bird offers below.

http://shreddedbyscience.com/academy/

Mar 1, 2017

Harry Squatter and The Ginger Ninja throw down in this episode and take on some more of your questions.

02:32: If you had 5-10 minutes to spend on mobility every day, how would you program it?

05:20: Do you have a set plan for the year? Do you give yourself a periodisation schedule?

08:25: Is there a point at which someone powerlifting should consider a training block focused on hypertrophy?

12:50: How do you approach powerlifting meets in terms of attempt selection for your clients?

12:59: How does this differ to your own approach?

13:34: Do you change based on the individual client?

13:50: How do you approach a meet if you won't physically be there?

31:47: Which of the main variations of lifts do you prefer for improving strength or breaking a plateau?

While you're listening you can find SBS on Instagram and Snapchat @ShredByScience, the Judd is @LozJudd on Snapchat and @SBS_Lawrence on Instagram.

If you're interested in the SBS Academy you can get more information and sign up for early bird offers below.

http://shreddedbyscience.com/academy/

Feb 27, 2017

Welcome to this episode of SBS Radio!

Today Lawrence is joined by Dr Mike Zourdos and Eric Helms as they discuss Stress, Exercise Oncology and RPE-Velocity Relationships.

01:51: Cardiovascular Reactivity, Stress and Physical Activity.

07:42: Your body will mediate the stressor effect of exercise. 

10:46: Is there any data for a similar effect on psychology?

13:00: How has our understanding of stress developed?

18:10: How obesity affects the stress response.

22:00: How does exercise compare as a stressor to general daily obesity stressors?

26:55: What needs to be researched further for a clearer picture on exercise and stress?

29:20: Why is resistance training useful during cancer treatment?

32:24 The current recommendations for cancer sufferers.

41:25: In the context of excersise oncology, how do you figure out what training should be specific to?

43:55 Would you be willing to speculate as to any other disease states that would a flexible DUP model would be appropriate for?

47:45: Eric's recent paper on RPE Bar Speed Relationships

53:35: If somebody wanted to determine their own velocity percentage 1 RM profile, how would you recommend going about that?

While you're listening you can find SBS on Instagram and Snapchat @ShredByScience, the Judd is @LozJudd on Snapchat and @SBS_Lawrence on Instagram.

If you're interested in the SBS Academy you can get more information and sign up for early bird offers below.

http://shreddedbyscience.com/academy/

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