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In this episode, Greg and Eric provide a huge update related to the good news segment, some very impressive and potentially controversial feats of strength (10:36), and dueling research reviews about fish oil (24:06) and distinguishing between responders and non-responders to training (53:52). They also answer some listener questions (1:14:59) and congratulate the sport of baseball for becoming interesting again (1:53:08).
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Road to the Stage/Road to Enlightenment (2:01)
Feats of Strength (10:36)
Research Review: Fish Oil and Recovery (24:06)
Research Review: Training Responders and Non-Responders (53:52)
- Is there any validity to the idea that athletes should avoid things like NSAIDs or fish oil in order to better realize training adaptations? (1:15:34)
- Thoughts on the OMAD (one-meal-a-day) diet? How important is it to get protein and leucine right before sleep to continue muscle protein synthesis throughout the night? (1:28:50)
- How should older folks train if their goal is maintaining/improving daily functioning and mitigating bone/muscle loss? (1:36:32)
- Is the Dunning-Kruger effect based on legit evidence? (1:44:44)
To Play Us Out: Baseball (Shohei Ohtani, Jacob deGrom, and SpiderTack) (1:53:08)