Doping, Collagen, Goals, and Hyperplasia


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We’re back from our winter break with an excellent episode to kick off Season 2. This episode features an important update from the Game Changers cinematic universe, and some incredible feats of strength involving athletes with unbelievable longevity in a variety of physically demanding sports. Greg discusses a new documentary with some explosive allegations about doping in weightlifting, and then we get into some science-heavy segments with a Q&A and a Research Roundup. Topics include collagen supplementation, muscle hyperplasia, new caffeine research, and more. Finally, we discuss some more practical information about goal setting, programming your training during weight loss, and how to make really, really good caramel.


0:00:52 Winter break recap, show structure moving forward.

0:06:23 Hugely important developments from the Game Changers cinematic universe.

0:09:02 Feats of Strength.

0:21:05 New documentary about doping in weightlifting.

0:40:06 Q&A.

0:40:21 What is the best way to achieve/plan for lifting goals going into the new year?

0:45:10 Is anyone looking into how we can increase our overall potential for muscle growth by boosting hyperplasia?

0:59:35 Does collagen or glycine supplementation provide any benefit to connective tissue, muscle, or skin, beyond simply increasing protein quantity?

1:13:13 What do you think about Brian Minor’s theory that being able to lift more is a result of hypertrophy, rather than hypertrophy being a result of lifting heavier?

1:26:09 Research Roundup.

1:26:32 Effects of acute caffeine, theanine and tyrosine supplementation on mental and physical performance in athletes.

1:35:45 High Compared with Moderate Protein Intake Reduces Adaptive Thermogenesis and Induces a Negative Energy Balance during Long-term Weight-Loss Maintenance in Participants with Prediabetes in the Postobese State: A PREVIEW Study.

1:43:51 Coach’s Corner: Programming your training during weight loss.

1:53:28 To Play Us Out: Mailbag update on processed meat meta-analysis, and how to make really good caramels at home.

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