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 Episode 41: Kris Gethin - Man of Ultra | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:42:53

Our favorite bodybuilder-turned-triathlete stops by to discuss his latest challenge and triumph, a 50-kilometer high-desert ultramarathon in the middle of winter. The man who has famously "never missed a meal in 19 years" also talks about his recent experiment with intermittent fasting, and his next adventure: an unsupported ultra-triathlon in Yellowstone National Park! Highlights: - Why an ultra? "I wanted to show people that, look, you can be 'muscle-bound' and do these things." - On the post-competition emotional "abyss." - "It was relatively low-cost. It's like an hour and a half drive from my place, so, if I was crawling over the finish line by my lips, I wouldn't have far to drive home and collapse." - How he prepared and scheduled his training—both running and bodybuilding. - The value of the BOSU-ball squat for runners (it's all about the ankles). - His low-volume approach: "I have to look at the point where I'm gonna have diminishing returns." - On competitiveness: "Because I think it's good to just participate in all these things, yeah, I'll probably walk away with a lot of participation medals and never a winner. I was very, very competitive [as a bodybuilder], but now I look a bit further from that because I enjoy the process more." - On the power and positivity of the ultra-running community: "They're having such a great time. And, I think there's lot of benefits that can be done and you can really improve your longevity by not going to the extreme, but just participating and enjoying the process." - Race day: What he expected, and his inspirational experience—except when "I got my balls handed to me." - What he ate and drank and used for supps during the race. - "You can't go by your watch or your heart rate monitor or anything like that. It has to be very intuitive: Can you keep up this pace for the next 30 miles with this elevation, not really knowing how much elevation is to come ahead?" - On pain: "When it does come to you in a race like this, it's like OK, now we're just gonna be partners for the next two or three hours or so." - "Everything was either up or down, so after running for the first eight miles up, I was thinking, 'God, I can't wait to go down,' and then after running six miles down, I'm thinking, 'Oh my God, I can't wait to go up.'" - His biggest mistake: Stopping at 20 miles to eat. "I should have just ate whilst walking." - "The senses are heightened to no end. If anybody was cooking something, say, 16 miles away, I'd probably smell it." - His bodily changes during training, and his intense fasting protocol prior to the race. - On fasting: "It all comes down to changing your perspective. So, I was thinking, 'Look, I'm not dying here, I'm not gonna starve to death, I'm not one of these people that could be in a third world country that doesn't know what they're gonna be eating. I'm OK, I'm fine with this.' It was just hard to train legs." - The importance of protein for runners. - His next adventure: an unsupported ultra-Ironman through Yellowstone Park. Be sure to follow us on social media for daily fitness updates! Twitter | Facebook | Snapchat | Instagram | Pinterest | YouTube | Google+ | Spotify | Mobile Apps | |

 Episode 40: Kym Nonstop on How to Build Your Body at Home | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:27:16

Kym "Nonstop" Perfetto, star of's new program Home Body, talks about her past in reality TV and her present as a fitness star and bike racer. General silliness, off-color humor, and kale-massage jokes abound. Highlights: - How living a fit, athletic life prepared her for the rigors of The Amazing Race. - The lessons she still carries from her time in Reality TV - How being a (temporary) fitness model compares to bike racing or globe-racing. Spoiler: It's just as hard, but in a different way. - How she takes her training experiences and blends them together to fit her style - On making home-based fitness and working from home function: "It's always about scheduling, and sticking to your schedule, the same way you would when someone else is expecting you. You have to be expecting yourself and show up for yourself." - On the limits of sport-specific training: "When things start to fall apart and you have any kind of back pain or neck pain or shoulder pain or you tear something, that's when you realize you've really been neglecting everything else. Your body will always tell you." - Her experiences with 8-week and 12-week programs, and what made the difference - Her love affair with bands - "I wasn't clean-cut enough for the fitness model side of things, and then I wasn't rough around the edges enough for [bike racers], but I just found my own little niche and I feel like that corner of the fitness world has definitely grown since then." Be sure to follow us on social media for daily fitness updates! Twitter | Facebook | Snapchat | Instagram | Pinterest | YouTube | Google+ | Spotify | Mobile Apps | |

 Episode 39: Kyler Jackson - The Larger Calling of Muscle Building | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:30:51

Over the last 9 years, Kyler Jackson hasn't missed a workout. When he started the journey, he was a depressed teen looking to bulk up to protect himself. Today, he's an up-and-coming coach, YouTuber, and the newly crowned Spokesmodel Contest Winner. He shares his story with us. Highlights: - How he found his place in fitness, and found refuge in the gym - On his first few workouts: "I remember an empowering feeling, a feeling of having control of my own life or an aspect of my life." - "Once you actually get into it and you start, it becomes very clear very quickly that you have control over this thing, and you can become who you want to if you really put the effort in." - On the loneliness of his early days in the gym, and how he found community there - The most popular T-shirt in his clothing line? "Leave me alone." - The struggle and thrill of being an introvert onstage in bodybuilding - "The first time I [set foot on stage, I] definitely blacked out, and then kind of glimpses of it came back to me over time." - On how fitness helped him control his depression and "balance out extremes"--and how he became a little too extreme with his own fitness - What he would tell his teen self now: "That he could enjoy his life a whole lot more." - Why he feels like pre-show water depletion is a ritual that needs to end - On his experience with an early version of the Super League training competition - Post-Super League: "It felt like stepping off a football field, like you just gave something your absolute all, and your brain is gone, your adrenaline is pumping like no other. It was just a different feeling, but it was really cool." Be sure to follow us on social media for daily fitness updates! Twitter | Facebook | Snapchat | Instagram | Pinterest | YouTube | Google+ | Spotify | Mobile Apps | |

 Episode 38: Straight talk on Protein and more with Dr. Jose Antonio | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:51:59

The CEO and co-founder of the International Society of Sports Nutrition stopped by to talk about his research into high-protein diets, and share the current state of the research on protein dosage, creatine, glutamine, and plenty more. Highlights: - The RDA on protein, aka "enough to feed my hamster." - What he views as the real "baseline" for athletes - How he decided to start studying truly high protein intake levels - What they observed in bone health, body composition, and others - "Don’t change your diet. Just throw a whole bunch of protein on top." - About "protein is bad for your kidneys": "It's like saying, 'Hey, I live in south Florida. I sweat all the time. Hey, my sweat glands are working hard. Maybe it's bad for my sweat glands.'" - Why there is such resistance to high-protein diets in popular press - "Protein sensitivity" in aging populations - The Antonio rule: "If it helps or has a neutral effect, just frickin' try it." - His approach to caffeine (he's a highly caffeinated guy) - On clinical doses vs. "dustings" - His retort to the deniers of the so-called anabolic window: "Why not do the shake immediately post-workout? Does not eating ever help you?" - "The right way to look at it is, well, if the anabolic window is that long, take advantage of every frickin' part of the window." - On protein upper limits per meal: "Imagine you've been starving for two days. You finally catch a deer. You want to eat, and your caveman buddy says, 'You know what? 30 grams of protein, that's it. Stop.' And you're hungry. You just want to eat and eat and eat. You want the whole deer leg. It makes sense, from a biological standpoint, that your body can take in and utilize a lot of protein, certainly a lot more than 30 grams." - Why he loves creatine and thinks "it may actually be healthier than taking a vitamin." - Why he's still a believer in glutamine - On branched-chains: Maybe only for "the top one percent" Be sure to follow us on social media for daily fitness updates! Twitter | Facebook | Snapchat | Instagram | Pinterest | YouTube | Google+ | Spotify | Mobile Apps | |

 Episode 37: Jason Poston on Global Fitness, Training, and Blood Sugar | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:53:53

IFBB physique pro Jason Poston is busier than ever, representing the sport around the world and sharing the details of his training and life with his fans. He gives an in-depth look into his 17-year lifting history, how he broke into the fitness industry, his wild experience with becoming a type-1 diabetic at age 28, and how everyone could benefit from "eating like a healthy diabetic." Highlights: - The secret of gains: Egg McMuffins? - Fitness (and Fitstagram) culture in Brazil - Leg and butt training in Brazil: "Women are not afraid to lift heavy weight. They're doing heavy squats. You see a lot of them doing proper forced reps." - The exploding Chinese fitness culture: " They're building their fitness world. You're going to see more bodybuilders, you're going to see better and better CrossFitters. You're going to see all sorts of better fitness people coming out of China." - His initial disappointing experiences with his fitness heroes, and how it inspired him to be a better ambassador for his sport - How Jason's mom provided him with his initial fitness and bodybuilding inspiration - On Flex Lewis and Greg Plitt, and how they helped him figure it all out - "I never wanted to be a competitor. I never really dreamt of it because I didn't think it was possible." - His 17-year lifting quest: "This is a marathon. You have to be patient." - On talking to people during his workout: "You could say, yeah, there's a time to focus, but there would be nothing to focus on if it wasn't for the fans. There would be no point. There would be nobody watching. The fans are always first in our small industry." - 2011, the year he lost all his weight and discovered he had type-1 diabetes - "They prescribed me insulin. I was walking down the hallway, and I felt amazing within like five minutes. They said, 'Go eat some food," and they told me exactly what to eat. I went downstairs, ate, and felt like I had energy for the first time in seven months." - "I immediately gained 15 pounds back in one weekend. I got to, I remember, I was like, Alright, 160, here we go." One sixty then turned into 180. I gained 30 pounds back in 30 days." Six weeks later, he's back on the stage. - "What was just a hobby and a way to live a new life with a disease, that work ethic, I think, and dedication, just helped me rise to the top." - Why he got serious about YouTube vlogging: "Your best followers, your most loyal clients, your best friends, your best family are always the people who want to hear more." - The secret to health and performance: "Eat like a healthy diabetic." - How he radically changed his nutrition in response to his diagnosis - His experience with ketogenic dieting: "It's a very taxing, detailed diet lifestyle… If you don't know what you're doing with keto, you could not like it. I think everyone should try it. Do it right, though." - Why he misses in-person personal training - His competitive future in classic physique Be sure to follow us on social media for daily fitness updates! Twitter | Facebook | Snapchat | Instagram | Pinterest | YouTube | Google+ | Spotify | Mobile Apps | |

 Episode 36: Larger-than-Life Lifting and Eating with Branch Warren | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:30:51

IFBB pro Branch Warren has been a world-class bodybuilder for so long, it's easy to forget he's still just 42 years old–and still as huge and shredded as ever. "The Texas Rattlesnake" opens up about his history, his favorite game meats, and how he trains today–including his personal "strongman biathlon." Be sure to follow us on social media for daily fitness updates! Highlights: - On his first show at 154 pounds: "My goal was 'not get last place.'" - How he began powerlifting, but kept bodybuilding as his "first love" - "You know, the second bodybuilder I ever saw in my life was Ronnie Coleman." - His introduction to Metroflex and real lifting–at age 17 - "All these big, jacked dudes walking around, and I remember thinking to myself, I just made it to the promised land. This is home." - His unique membership agreement: "If you represent the gym, and you win, you don't gotta buy a membership. If you don't, you're gonna work it off." - The difference between health club lifting and training with the big boys - "I learned early on, you don't ask questions. If they say do 20, you don't ask why. You shut the fuck up and do 20." - "[As a bodybuilder] you're more of a nutritionist than anything else." - How he got started with hunting and eating game meat: "I grew up in west Texas, in the country. And the only two things to do out there was drink beer, and hunt. The two best-looking girls in my school were my cousins, so there wasn't much to do, man." - On game meat: "I think it makes me stronger, tell you the truth." - How he prepares his game meat - How he feels in his 40s, and how he views competition: "I don’t want to say I'm retired. I'm just not competing." - How becoming a father changed everything for him - On the burden of eating: "I'll be up 'til one in the morning, sometimes, trying to finish my food. And you take a bite, and you chew it up, and you get some water and swallow, and then you get the next bite. And I just cuss my food." - "Yeah, I got to where I hated food. Because it was always, you're either force-feeding yourself, of you're getting, you're hungry all the time because you're getting ready for competition." - On his training: "I've got nothing to prove. It was fun, but my goal right now, when I'm in the gym, is 'Don't get hurt.'" - Why he loves "functional" and strongman-style training - The challenge of mixing training with shooting - His introduction to strongman-style training from Tony Sentmanat - "I like it because it's something different, and it's a new challenge. After doing what I've done for so long, it's just something new. Plus it's outside, you can do it outside, and it's just a new challenge, something different." - His legacy in bodybuilding, and how he looks back on his accomplishments: "I wish I would have enjoyed it a little bit more, but at the same point, I don't know if I would have accomplished what I did, because I was so focused. No matter what you do, it never was good enough. I never looked in a mirror and was like, wow I look great. I looked in the mirror and pick myself apart." Twitter | Facebook | Snapchat | Instagram | Pinterest | YouTube | Google+ | Spotify | Mobile Apps | |

 Episode 35: Taylor Chamberlain - Born into Bodybuilding | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:23:34

Team athlete and IFBB Bikini Pro Taylor Chamberlain shares her fascinating story of finding her way in fitness, watching her parents take the stage when she was a teenager, and figuring out how to thrive with flexible dieting. Highlights: - Her earliest fitness memories in the gym daycare - "I think when I was 13, maybe 12-13 years old, that's when I first remember going in the gym, and my mom and dad kind of showing me the ropes. I just fell in love because I loved the way that I felt afterwards, like my heart rate was up, and the endorphins came, and I felt strong. I kinda just got addicted from there." - On competing: "[My parents] were so enthusiastic… I really thought that was cool to see them go through that physically, but also how they grew so strong mentally, and how they were able to not let it faze our relationship, like our family." - When tragedy struck in the middle of her dad's bodybuilding debut, and how the family rallied together to face it. - Her own dark and "restricted" period of eating: "I only could eat certain foods, because the magazines told me I could. And I had to do cardio twice a day, and it didn't matter what got in my way, I was going to do it, and I was going to eat at noon. Just totally ritualized." - "I feel like that, going through all of that, it's definitely helped me spread the message that I want to today… Fitness and nutrition should enhance your life, rather than make it something miserable that you're going through." - How she found flexible dieting, and why she lives by the numbers - "Nutrient-dense foods do matter. But, you can also still see results while throwing in processed foods!" - Why lifting plus flexible dieting is better than either on their own—and why lifting is "the magic ingredient" - Why she embraced a six-month bulk after going pro, and how she feels now Her decision to not cut down for an important photo shoot—and how liberating it felt - "I also want to show women that you don't have to look a certain way to get to your goals. You don't have to withdraw food, and you don't have to do the crazy amounts of cardio and all that… This is actually really important to me, this shoot, not coming in super shredded." Be sure to follow us on social media for daily fitness updates! Twitter | Facebook | Snapchat | Instagram | Pinterest | YouTube | Google+ | Spotify | Mobile Apps | |

 $250,000 Transformation Challenge - Presented By Optimum Nutrition | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:05:36

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 Episode 34: Hard-won Life and Lifting Lessons from KC Mitchell | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:15:59

Strength icon KC Mitchell, aka "That 1-Leg Monster," shares his incredible story of struggle and redemption in this wide-ranging discussion. He lost a leg and nearly lost his life to an IED in Afghanistan, then battled back to become a competitive powerlifter with help from legends like Ed Coan, Mark Bell, Rich Piana and many others. Now he may be eyeballing… bodybuilding? Highlights: - Why he still revisits photos of the incident that almost took his life, and how it feels now - His pre-injury training: Lots of fighting, plus "curls for the girls" - What powerlifting has to offer CrossFitters and other lifters - What the old KC thought of powerlifting (and powerlifters) - His a-ha moment, in the darkest days of post-injury narcotics abuse - Why he threw away his Doritos along with the pain pills and booze - His unique relationship with pain - What his first few weeks back in the gym looked like - His first free squats—and the video of them that went viral - Lifting with the big boys at Metroflex Long Beach - His relationship (and pancake eating contests) with the late Rich Piana - Why he shies away from "adaptive" lifting competition - His epic first powerlifting meet story - His "crazy" squat theory: "If I sit 402 pounds on my back, it's going to push me down to a point to where it's going to push me past that pain part." - Backstage with Ed Coan before his final deadlift: "I'm not going to tell you the weight, but you need to pull it." - How Hany Rambod talked him into (probably) doing a bodybuilding show - Why he admires athletes like Kris Gethin - The simple beauty of the deadlift Be sure to follow us on social media for daily fitness updates! Twitter | Facebook | Snapchat | Instagram | Pinterest | YouTube | Google+ | Spotify | Mobile Apps | |

 Episode 33: The Science of Physique Enhancement with Dr. Bill Campbell | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:27:45

Researcher and "Physique Scientist" Dr. Bill Campbell, the head of the Physique Enhancement Laboratory at the University of South Florida, talks about two groundbreaking studies he's worked on regarding protein intake for women and flexible dieting, as well as the incredible science of strength training for fat loss. Highlights: - His protein study: Dial in your protein and "do whatever you want with carbs and fat, I don't care. Just don't diet." - "The protein aberration": 425 extra calories per day, but no fat gained. - The flaw in the study, from the study's author - "If I didn't see that in my own lab, in my own data I wouldn't believe it." - There's a catch: You need to lift! - The flexible dieting study: "To the best of my knowledge, we did the first study in resistance trained individuals with this flexible dieting paradigm." - "We wanted to see how people would come out of these diets. How would their bodies respond if you were previously tracking or if you were following a rigid diet?" - The short-term results vs. the long-term potential of this study. - What these two studies say about the scale as a way to measure progress - Why adding muscle mass is always a win - How Bill Campbell measures progress if not on the scale - What he's planning on studying next about flexible dieting - How flexible dieting can be "self-correcting" - What's next from his lab: carb-cycling - Why strength training is essential for both the "leaning out" athlete and the beginner Be sure to follow us on social media for daily fitness updates! Twitter | Facebook | Snapchat | Instagram | Pinterest | YouTube | Google+ | Spotify | Mobile Apps | |

 Episode 32: Cassandra Martin - Physique-building by Old-school Lifting and... Construction Work? | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:32:54

Cassandra Martin is known for serious muscles and heavy lifting on Instagram, but doesn't share much else in her posts. She and her husband Hunter stopped by to discuss how they train, how their work makes her stronger, and why she feels lifters should eat their way through a plateau. Highlights: - From cosmetology school to construction and bodybuilding - "Construction is cardio, right?" - Her diet (spoiler alert "I eat a lot of red meat") - How long it took her to start seeing serious muscle gains - The difference that beams and bags of concrete make in strength and muscle gains - Her inspirations: Ronnie Coleman, Branch Warren, Johnnie Jackson, and "powerbuilding" - "If you plateau, mostly, it's just diet" - Her advice for women looking to discover what they're capable of - The importance of self-talk - Why she doesn't use captions or many hashtags - "I just wanted my page to be a place for people to go it they're lacking motivation. I don't need to hear you talk, I just want to see you get after it and lift some weights." - Her split, and how she structures her individual workouts - How the way she dressed changed when she began adding serious muscle - "Never be afraid to eat. I think that's the one thing I tell everyone." - Her thoughts on onstage competition and "friendly competition" Be sure to follow us on social media for daily fitness updates! Twitter | Facebook | Snapchat | Instagram | Pinterest | YouTube | Google+ | Spotify | Mobile Apps | |

 Episode 31: Brandan Fokken's Wild Fitness Journey | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:37:59

Longtime athlete Brandan Fokken shares his fascinating story and talks Hulkamania, corporate wellness, the ultimate disastrous show prep, and far more. Highlights: - How Brandan got started: Following Mike O'Hearn routines at 14 - The timeless allure of Hulk Hogan - Brandan's nightmare show prep that left him on the point of death - "So, they took me in the hospital, and right away in the ER, they thought I had a muscle wasting disease." - How he ended up back on stage five weeks later - So… what if his son wants to compete someday? - How he got into (and out of) corporate wellness - What corporate wellness taught him about sustainable fitness, programming, challenges, and more Be sure to follow us on social media for daily fitness updates! Twitter | Facebook | Snapchat | Instagram | Pinterest | YouTube | Google+ | Spotify | Mobile Apps | |

 Episode 30: Bikini Redefined with Amy Updike | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:23:36

IFBB Bikini Pro and fitness model Amy Updike talks tats, nursing, implants, and how CrossFit inspired her to take up bikini competitions. Highlights: - Amy's impressive ink and the back-story of her back - When and why she got serious about fitness - The pushback she received when she got serious about lifting - Competing 5 times in 6 weeks? She's done it. - Why she got breast implants—and why she is now a proud "explanter" - How she "owned" her implants from the start on "Transformation Tuesday" - How they limited her lifting and "made me sad" - What women need to know about "breast implant illness" - How her implant experience has changed her feelings about competing in general - The secrets of whine-free hiking with kids - Amy's plans for the future Be sure to follow us on social media for daily fitness updates! Twitter | Facebook | Snapchat | Instagram | Pinterest | YouTube | Google+ | Spotify | Mobile Apps | |

 Episode 29: Kris Gethin Crosses the Finish Line | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:40:21

Just days after the dramatic climax of his six-month Man of Iron video series and training protocol, Kris stops by to share the amazing story, and the wisdom he earned along the way. If you haven't watched Episode 25, watch that first, and then listen to this! Man of Iron Series: Highlights: - The ultimate question: Did he finish or not? - "They were falling like flies out there." - What he learned from his half-Ironman a couple of months earlier - "I've done speed dating with saddles." - Why victory is the absolute wrong goal. - "It's the hustle, it's the journey. That's where it's at." - Why his training dramatically transformed at the halfway point - His lab results, beginning and end: body fat, muscle mass, VO2 max - How he sneakily pushed his VO2 max from "good" to "superior" - Trail running: The secret of elite hybrid fitness? - Arms: Still the perfect way to start the week! - "Seventy-seven percent of recovery and lowering your cortisol levels comes from de-stressing the mind." - How he felt on the starting line - Will he do it again? - "The fourth event in the triathlon is the hospital." - How his race day strategy held up - The supplements that made the biggest difference in his performance - What every bodybuilder needs to know about running: it's all about the heart - "I just want bodybuilders to understand that they can experience so much more, and still be a bodybuilder." Be sure to follow us on social media for daily fitness updates! Twitter | Facebook | Snapchat | Instagram | Pinterest | YouTube | Google+ | Spotify | Mobile Apps | |

 Episode 28: Old-School Training Wisdom From Julian "The Quad Guy" Smith | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:57:24

He's a highly popular trainer and bodybuilder who also happens to have one of the most impressive sets of wheels out there. But Julian Smith doesn't keep his training secret! He shares plenty that you can use right away in this in-depth conversation. Highlights: - His history as a bodybuilder, and as a student of bodybuilding - How equipment availability drove him to innovate - How 195 pounds looks and feels different 12 years apart - How Tom Platz inspired him, and what he learned from the Golden Eagle. - His other favorite pro bodybuilders, and why he stopped trying to mimic them - Is muscle cool in Portland? Not quite yet, unfortunately. - Why he loves the Smith machine (it's not just because of the name) - How he thinks through what load to choose - The art of slow negatives, and the mindset that goes along with them - What you absolutely need to do on your last rep of bench press and squats (you'll need a spotter or safeties!) - The secret of his leg development: isometric contractions - His horrible first show prep - How he navigates eating at restaurants while staying conscious of his macros - "All I eat is Rice Krispies treats. You heard it here." - The magic of heel elevation for squats--and some unique ways he does it - How he trains right now, on a two-week rotation - How much he plans out his workouts beforehand - The mind-muscle connection: Why it's the be-all and end-all, and how he finds it - Why he almost always squats at the end of a leg workout - "I tell people this all the time. Bodybuilding is one injury away from never doing it again. I want to do this as long as I can." Be sure to follow us on social media for daily fitness updates! Twitter | Facebook | Snapchat | Instagram | Pinterest | YouTube | Google+ | Spotify | Mobile Apps | |


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