Peter Attia on Zone 2 and Zone 5 Training
This audio clip was pulled from “Ask Me Anything” episode #12 — Strategies for longevity (which don’t require a doctor). This…
#250 ‒ Training principles for longevity | Andy Galpin, Ph.D. (PART II)
“The best marathoners in the world would smash almost everyone you know in a 100-meter dash. They’re blazingly fast.” —Andy Galpin
Can a new drug mimic the effects of exercise on bone and muscle?
Researchers have recently discovered that a new drug called locamidazole may help to prevent loss of bone density and muscle mass during periods of inactivity, but it’s no substitute for all of the benefits of exercise.
#239 ‒ The science of strength, muscle, and training for longevity | Andy Galpin, Ph.D. (PART I)
“The atrophy of fast-twitch fibers is almost exclusively the problem with aging and muscle.” —Andy Galpin
#235 ‒ Training principles for mass and strength, changing views on nutrition, creatine supplementation, and more | Layne Norton, Ph.D.
“Most 40 year olds, 50 year olds, they have pain anyway. So I’d rather be strong and have pain than be weak and have pain.” —Layne Norton
#232 ‒ Shoulder, elbow, wrist, and hand: diagnosis, treatment, and surgery of the upper extremities | Alton Barron, M.D.
“One should never make their clinical, especially surgical, decision-making on just an MRI.”‒ Alton Barron
#228 ‒ Improving body composition, female-specific training principles, and overcoming an eating disorder | Holly Baxter, APD
“You will always lose muscle mass when you attempt a fat-loss phase, but the leaner you get, the greater the risk of that muscle loss because you no longer have that caloric cushioning to support that.” —Holly Baxter
Muscle Mass and Cognitive Function
A recent narrative review hypothesizes a key role for myokine disruption caused by physical inactivity.
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