I believe I was recently mentioned quite politely on a podcast between two very famous people. I am flattered. However, I was mentioned because they believe I was mistaken in the ideology that resistance training does not significantly raise basal testosterone levels....
If you are a coach and you work with high-intensity team sports you need to read Carbohydrate Nutrition and Team Sport Performance. If you are an athlete who plays any of the sports below you need to read this paper. The best part is – it’s free.
What we do not have currently is the top end of this volume range AKA where more is LESS or the point where the law of depreciating returns in terms of volume comes into play.
“Trump will be the first anti-science president we have ever had.”
Many people may think I have put out a lot of Carb-PRO posts of late. But these aren’t really Carb-PRO pieces, they are just not ANTI-Carb. I despise the demonification and fear mongering of macronutrients or foods. It’s just not helpful. We must seek first to understand….everything and everyone.
This hypothesis is framed around the idea that if you run IGF-1 and MTOR signaling pathways all day every day you are putting way more bullets in the cancer Russian roulette gun because you are promoting an environment of “unlimited” growth. #gainz
Well yea, if you try to lose 15 pounds in a week by only drinking four tablespoons of mangosteen nectar.
Right now we have a ton of evidence that if overweight/obese men lose weight their total and free testosterone goes up, but very modestly (recent evidence summarized below). In my opinion, it is time to stop beating that horse and run some kind of efficacy trial where...
“I look the way I do because of what I do.”
Here is the 1 trillion dollar time bomb.