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On this episode Bret and I catch up on our training. Bret talks about his progress in the single leg deadlift and one arm push-up. I talk about my squatting everyday and some issues I am having with my feet and ankles. We chat about the Arnold Classic and the amazing deadlift competition that took place. Brian Shaw hit a 1,021lb. deadlift, and Eddie Hall got 1,025lbs. This year was a bit different competition for the world strongest men, because Rogue developed a new deadlift bar that was used this year. We also saw a new world record in the Atlas Stone of 555lbs.
Today’s topic is The Power of Less. We talk about finding the minimum effective dose in our exercise programing in order to be more efficient with our time in the gym. We discuss, when is enough enough, when it comes to exercise workload.
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On this episode Bret Hamilton from Constant Forward Progress joins me again to talk about how our training is progressing this year. We share what our fitness goals are and what we are doing to achieve them. We also talk about Power Lifting, Pull-up variations, and methods for coaching the hip hinge.
In this episode Bret mentions a couple great books that we both recommend:
Deadlift Dynamite by Andy Bolton.
Easy Strength by Pavel Tsatsouline and Dan John
On this episode I talk with Dr. Tyna Moore. Dr. Moore is recognized as an authority in the application of natural pain solutions and regenerative injection therapies to treat a wide variety of conditions. We talk about pain, inflammation, and benefits of strength training. Throughout her professional career Dr. Tyna Moore has focused on pain and musculoskeletal conditions. It was through her own illnesses as a child that inspired her to pursue medicine. She was fortunate enough to begin working with her mentor, Dr. Rick Marinelli, ND just out of undergrad as part of his office staff. Having battled her own chronic pain issues and injuries in the past, as well as seeing Dr. Marinelli’s work in action, Dr. Moore knows first-hand how potent a treatment natural regenerative injection therapies can be.