Back when I was speed skating in Salt Lake City, Utah, I had the opportunity to attend a seminar by Charlie Francis (one of the all-time great sprint coaches). At that seminar I would make friends with Derek Hansen, Charlie’s #2, a friendship that I maintain to this day. He actually brought me up to Canadia to present on nutrition to some of his incoming athletes and it was that presentation that morphed into my Applied Nutrition for Mixed Sports.… Read More
So about two weeks ago I did another epic podcast with Rafal Matuszewski of the Cut the S#it Get Fit Podcast.
We talked about an epic number of topics including but not limited to women’s health, nutrition, video games, virtual reality, plagiarism, writing books, research, weight loss, doctors, and more. … Read More
Back in 2004, I wrote a little book called A Guide to Flexible Dieting, basically arguing that being less extreme with a diet would work better. Of course, nobody was ready to listen then although, in the last few years you can’t swing a dead cat without seeing a post or ebook about flexible dieting. … Read More
So after depressing everybody with the realities of calorie surpluses for muscle gains, I once again revert to linking to current podcasts to avoid having to write any actual content. Seriously, folks, cut me some slack. Fifteen years and 500 articles later, I’m running out of topics. Anyhow. I’m going to link out to three podcasts today.… Read More
So while I have an exciting announcement (hint: new book, no not THAT book) in a week or two I want to make people aware of yet another podcast I did recently with Abbey Orr of First Base Fitness for her podcast I Am Worth It. As usual, I talked way too long and I think we went about 2.5 hours in total. … Read More