Season Finale: Tons of New Meta-Analyses and Q&A Catch-Up

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Description: After opening the final episode of the season with a Good News segment, Greg & Eric make SBS Podcast history with the first ever prospective Feats of Strength segment. After that, Greg & Eric have an extensive Research Roundup segment in which they cover some brand new highlights from the freshly-updated Meta-Analysis Master List on StrongerByScience.com. That’s followed by a lengthy Q&A segment in which Greg & Eric try to answer as many training and nutrition questions as possible before the current season of the show comes to a close. Finally, they answer a couple of professional development questions for aspiring trainers and research interpreters To Play Them Out.

Summer break begins with the conclusion of this episode, but Greg & Eric will be back with regular episodes in the fall. In the meantime, keep an eye out for the bonus audio content that will be released throughout the summer.

To access the full Meta-Analysis Master List, you can go to https://www.strongerbyscience.com/master-list/.

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TIME STAMPS

Announcements (0:01:30).

Good news (0:02:13):

Feats of Strength: Prediction Edition (0:03:56).

Research Roundup: Meta-analysis update highlights (0:09:15).

Greg’s metas (0:11:01):

Eric’s metas (0:40:00):

Q&A (1:14:18):

  • Based on its mercury content, how much canned tuna can you eat on a weekly basis? (1:14:26). https://www.fda.gov/food/consumers/advice-about-eating-fish.
  • Can I spread my training throughout the entire day instead of doing everything within a 60-90 minute “workout” period? (1:17:37).
  • Does hypothalamic amenorrhea impact hypertrophy? If eating at maintenance (or in a caloric surplus), does hypothalamic amenorrhea still have a negative impact on hypertrophy and athletic performance?" (1:20:47).
  • How should we approach kids/adolescents and resistance training? How young is too young? Are there additional safety concerns? (1:25:30). https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5532191/

Rapid fire Q&A for Eric (1:34:14):

  • Is it likely that habitual intake of nitrate-rich vegetables can induce the same ergogenic benefits that highly-concentrated supplements can?
  • L-citrulline dosing guidelines.
  • What is the optimal speed for consumption of a protein bolus?
  • Is there a link between high-protein diets and kidney stones?
  • L-theanine: purpose and dosing guidelines.

Rapid fire Q&A for Greg (1:45:53):

  • Lifting belts.
  • Does acetylsalicylic acid (Aspirin) blunt hypertrophy or strength gains?
  • Does being younger (16-19 years old) affect strength negatively?
  • Categorizing lifters as “beginner,” “intermediate,” and beyond.

To play us out: professional development questions (2:00:48).

  • I am a newly certified personal trainer, and I am planning to submit applications for personal trainer positions at commercial facilities in a couple weeks. How does a new trainer know when they are "ready" to take on clients?
  • I'm a first year psychology student. We recently had a class on how to read research articles, and many course materials laid out processes that would take about 5-6 hours for every single paper. What is your process for reading research? Does this change when you’re trying to get acquainted with a whole new body of literature versus evaluating a single paper on a familiar topic?

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