Caffeine Genes, Brown Adipose Tissue, Concurrent Training, and Hangovers

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In today’s episode, Greg and Eric share a little bit of good news, followed by a Feats of Strength segment. That’s followed by a Research Roundup segment discussing brand new research on the influence of genes on caffeine responses, recovery postures during high-intensity exercise, time-restricted feeding (intermittent fasting), and concurrent training (cardio + lifting). After that, Greg and Eric field some listener questions in a Q&A segment covering topics including cold exposure, the effects of race and ethnicity on body composition estimation, nutrition during deloads, and hangover prevention tips. Finally, Evan Peikon is featured in this week’s On The Rise segment, and a few off-topic questions are answered to play us out.

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TIME STAMPS

Announcements (0:01:00).

Good news (0:02:47).

Breakthrough For Kenyan Scientists Who Discover Natural Microbe That Completely Stops Malaria in Mosquitoes: https://www.goodnewsnetwork.org/microbe-completely-stops-malaria-in-mosquitoes-discovered/.

Specially-Trained Dogs Have Saved 45 Rhinos From Poachers in South Africa: https://www.goodnewsnetwork.org/dogs-have-saved-45-rhinos-from-poachers/.

Feats of Strength (0:06:38).

Research Roundup (0:16:38). To receive research roundup emails, you can sign up at: https://www.strongerbyscience.com/newsletter/.

Caffeine and genetics (0:17:40).

Grgic et al. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7161272/. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32168870/.

Effects of Two Different Recovery Postures during High-Intensity Interval Training (0:33:52).

Michaelson et al. https://journals.lww.com/acsm-tj/fulltext/2019/02150/effects_of_two_different_recovery_postures_during.1.aspx.

Four Weeks of Time-Restricted Feeding Combined With Resistance Training Does Not Differentially Influence Measures of Body Composition, Muscle Performance, Resting Energy Expenditure, and Blood Biomarkers (0:45:37).

Stratton et al. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32316561/.

Adaptations to strength training differ between endurance-trained and untrained women (0:58:14).

Vikmoen et al. https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00421-020-04381-x.

Q&A (1:09:48).

Can cold exposure be used as a fat loss strategy? (1:10:01).

Do you buy the idea that certain ethnicities have a genetic tendency to store fat in different places? (1:24:04).

Should nutrition be altered during a deload? (1:31:51).

Best hangover cure/prevention tips? (1:37:41).

On the Rise (1:49:39).

Evan Peikon: https://www.instagram.com/evan_peikon/. https://www.trainingthinktank.com/

To play us out (1:53:32):

Pancakes vs. waffles? Cool Ranch Doritos vs. Nacho Cheese?

R or SPSS or Excel?

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