Brad Schoenfeld PhD, is an internationally renowned muscle building expert, researcher, speaker and lifetime drug-free bodybuilder. He is a best-selling author of multiple fitness books and has published over 70 peer-reviewed research articles on exercise and sports nutrition.
In this episode of the podcast Brad will explain what the latest research says about muscle building. He’ll explain how often you might want to train if maximum muscle gain is your goal and why it might be more often than you expect, how much volume is needed per workout, the science on high repetitions vs low repetitions, why tempo may not be that important, the importance of de-loading and rest weeks, why you don’t need to ‘confuse the muscle’ as often as you think and lots more. If you want to make gains, then this podcast is going to help you avoid the broscience and make serious improvements to both your training and your physique.
FFF 044: The Science Of Maximum Muscle Building & Making Gainz - with Brad Schoenfeld PhD is a post from: Food For Fitness
This episode is packed with everything you need to know about sleep. Dr Ian Walshe is a sleep researcher at the University of Stirling and in this episode he’ll explain all about how sleeping or a lack of sleep impacts your body composition and recovery.
He’ll explain why sleep is so important, if a lack of sleep leads to fat storage, the optimum number of hours you need per night, if excessive sleep is detrimental and why the quality of your sleep is more important than the quantity of sleep.
We’ll examine if long term sleep deprivation has any detrimental health consequences, how shift work can impact sleep patterns, if you can catch-up on sleep or if it’s just a myth, the science of power napping, if the time of day you exercise impacts sleep and whether you need more or less sleep if you want to lose fat or build muscle. .
FFF 043: The Skinny On Snoozing, How Sleep Impacts Your Body Composition - with Dr Ian Walshe is a post from: Food For Fitness
This week, Georgie Fear is our expert guest. Georgie is a US-based sports dietitian and nutrition coach.
In this episode, Georgie explains how long it takes to develop a habit, the difference between thought habits and behavioural habits, why being hungry isn’t always a bad thing and how you can shape your social and physical environment for greater success.
FFF 042: Lean Habits For Lifelong Weight Loss - with Georgie Fear is a post from: Food For Fitness
Josh Hillis is a nutrition coach who specializes in habits-based, positive changes. LoseStubbornFat.com, his popular fitness and fat-loss blog, has tens of thousands of regular readers, and his fat-loss and kettlebell-training ebooks continue to help people reach their personal goals.
FFF 041: Fat Loss Habits For The Real World - with Josh Hillis is a post from: Food For Fitness