Podcast #23 – Mike Tuchscherer on Building Champions With Better Recovery

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“The thing that ties all lifters together, regardless of their level, is that we are all interested in getting to the next PR.” On this episode, I interview Mike Tuchscherer, founder of Reactive Training Systems, and father of using ‘Rate of Perceived Exertion’ (RPE) based on ‘reps in reserve’ to modulate recovery with training. Mike has […] Read More »

Podcast #22 – Greg Nuckols on Keeping up with Research, Blueberries and Squats

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In this 3-part interview, I meet with Greg Nuckols of StrongerbyScience.com, we talk about a variety of topics including how he started out in the industry and has come to speak internationally in such a short period of time, how crucial he feels it is to read research yourself versus rely on a research review, the hilarity […] Read More »

Podcast #20 – Eric Helms Answers Your Most Popular Questions

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In this 60-minute interview, researcher and coach, Eric Helms, answers twenty reader questions posted in our Facebook Group. We talk about a variety of topics including RPE (Rating of Perceived Exertion), full-body versus splits, protein frequency and how bodybuilders can progress through a plateau. The show also starts off with an exclusive musical number by yours truly. Enjoy!  Read More »

How to Factor in Individual Differences for Physique Progress

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On this episode of the Rippedbody Podcast, I welcome back researcher and online coach, James Krieger, who I have invited back on the show to discuss one of the most important considerations for tweaking a nutrition and training program, individual differences. Research is great at telling us what will likely work on average, but it […] Read More »

Podcast #17 – Chad Landers on Becoming a Celebrity Trainer

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Welcome to this frank conversation with writer, speaker, strength and conditioning specialist, power lifter, and the owner of Push Private Fitness in LA, Chad Landers. Chad has been a ‘legit’ trainer to rock stars and Hollywood actors for over 24 years and throughout this interview you’ll find simple, actionable, no-nonsense advice, which is all too often absent […] Read More »

Podcast #16 – Martin MacDonald on Calling Out The Charlatans

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On this episode of the Rippedbody Podcast, I interview one of Britain’s most well-known sports nutritionists, Martin MacDonald. We discuss Martin’s beginnings in the industry, including his early “lucky break” that catapulted him into sports nutrition superstardom, becoming one of the countries most popular celebrity trainers, and now the owner and founder of the recently created Mac-Nutrition […] Read More »

Podcast Episode #15 – Special Q&A with Andy Morgan

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On this Rippedbody podcast, I answer listener questions. Topics covered include my stance on intermittent fasting, tips for maintaining strength during a cut, how I determine a client’s ideal body weight, my stance on calorie cycling for maximizing results, and many more. Thanks to all of you that submitted your question via Facebook and Instagram […] Read More »

Podcast Interview #14 – Alan Aragon on Turning Failures into Success

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On this episode of the Rippedbody Podcast, I interview sports nutritionist, researcher extraordinaire, educator, and one of the most influential figures in the fitness industry’s movement towards evidence-based information, Alan Aragon. Alan shares the inspiring story of his career journey to date, starting off the “wrong foot”, his feelings about the hoard of smart upcoming […] Read More »