An episode is replaying right now with Dr. John McCarty and I would love to hear an updated show about spirulina. There are a lot of green powder supplements with this stuff out there, and I wonder about their efficacy.
I would love a show with Charles Poliquin!
Already been...check archives...#487Originally Posted by PrimiFit
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THE FUTURE OF LEAN
Could you do a show on ds craze with Patrick Arnold and Matt Cahill as a guest could be a good show
Carl has likely already plowed this ground- but a show spent on HRT for newbies (men entering their 40's- not necessarily new to anabolics/hgh). Carl has a lot of good insight to add on this topic.
Not sure if you've heard of this from Stanford University News ..
Stanford researchers' cooling glove 'better than steroids' – and helps solve physiological mystery, too
The temperature-regulation research of Stanford biologists H. Craig Heller and Dennis Grahn has led to a device that rapidly cools body temperature, greatly improves exercise recovery, and could help explain why muscles get tired.
It's on the stanford.edu website under news. Cannot post link here because of having too few posts.
It'd be interesting if you could get the researcher(s) on the show to discuss this further.
This article is infuriating. Paleo blogger censored. Maybe give him some air time...
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Thank you for bringing attention to this issue, stephenlay.
Does anyone else have trouble hearing Adel Moussa, at least sometimes? Carl, can you please consider summarizing his recent statements more frequently? I know this is difficult because his thoughts are complex.This would be especially helpful for me when he discusses multiple physiological compounds (like adiponectin).
Also, about melatonin (above post): I imagine there's some newer research you could discuss in a future podcast.
Cogrick2 I can hear him in as much as the audio quality is not being bad but he does cover a lot of material quickly. I am certainly a little lost at times on following everything in its fullest detail. I also appreciate that it is not dumbed down as it forces me to step up my knowledge. I read Adel's material on Suppversity too. I tend to listed to that stuff more than once.
I know Carl is downloading articles and maybe as part of this an Adel Summary of sorts could be part of it...
Easy for me to create more work for someone else
Perhaps a show about the importance of shoulder and hip health. Injury prevention, rehabilitation and exercise discussions
There is one talking about shoulder health. I heard it the other day listening to older shows. Pretty good show but I am not sure the name. Maybe search shoulder to find it.
I feel like Rob Regish and Wade Johnson have talked about shoulder health but I have no idea which episode.
I think that a show about internet addiction, more specifically porn addiction, would make for a fascinating topic. I just watched a TED presentation and it has shed allot of light on my own behavior. Having been a consumer for the last decade I see many, if not all, of the issues associated with this addiction present in my own life. I believe more information would not only be enlightening for myself but many other listeners as well.
It might be interesting to have a roundtable discussion on bulking/cutting cycles vs. "lean bulking" throughout a year, highlighting the differences in results (lets say "on-stage" results) between a relaxed or aggressive bulk compared to a "lean bulk," and how to decide which one to employ - more importantly, whether the bulk and cut phases is not appropriate for a natty bodybuilder OR whether it actually is not just appropriate but superior to lean bulking. May have already been done - just throwing this idea out there.
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I'd like to hear a show about prehab exercises and how to implement them to a strength training program.