Coaches Tom and Brian respond to questions about PEDs; SARMS, Steroids and other supplements often whispered about in the arena of fitness, powerlifting and bodybuilding.
As coaches, knowledge of a clients use of such compounds will change the approach the coach takes. It is extremely important to understand the risks when altering hormones.
The information on this podcast should not be taken as medical advice. All information within this podcast is theoretical and listeners should know that we do not condone the use of illegal drugs.
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If you answered with "cut" (fat loss) be sure to listen to this podcast. The team gives insight to different rationale on both the fat loss phase and the massing phase.
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There is exercise and there is training. If you have goals that are not being met, have you considered looking at the intensity you are using in the gym?
Listen in on the team's round table discussion on overcoming physical and emotional barriers while exercising. For many, there is a process to enjoying some mild discomfort and for most, it becomes a mandatory state in which they like to revisit.
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Part 3 Developing your game. Dana, Brian, Teri and Kevin discuss training intensity, hormonal factors for women, emotional barriers and how to push through sessions without fear.
When it comes to eating for health, not all Americans are wellness models. From cultural differences to habit formation, we all have a different approach when it comes to nourishing our bodies. Today, we want to change the dialogue on disordered eating, talk about emotional and physical signs of unconventional eating patterns, and help people understand that disordered eating is common and should not be vilified.