Nutrition can be a topsy-turvy place-- a place where misinformation parades around in six-pack suits with “fitspo” masks, where cult leaders preach food restriction dogma from social media pulpits, where marketing supplants science, and where people trap themselves in echo-chamber labyrinths of their own design.Read More
No matter how much you know, no matter how much experience you have, no matter how steadfast or disciplined or committed you are, you’re human. And, as Dr. Mel Davis, Ph.D. in Neurobiology and Behavior, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Black Belt, and Renaissance Periodization Coach explains, that’s a critical thing to recognize. It’s the key to reaching your aesthetic, athletic, and health goals.Read More
Episode 45 of the Strength Ratio Podcast features PhD Candidate, Jackson Peos. We welcomed Jackson to the show to discuss his latest literature review, titled “Intermittent Dieting: Theoretical Considerations for the Athlete”. Jackson conducted his review with the help of other PhDs in the field, including past guests Eric Helms and Andy Galpin.Read More
Mike Molloy, owner of M2 Performance Nutrition, joins us for Episode 37 of the Strength Ratio Podcast.
Mike, who has worked as a nutrition coach for nearly a decade, explains how his one-on-one coaching has evolved from writing macro prescriptions, alone, to now involving lifestyle and behavioral coaching to better address the psycho-social influences of dieting.
For example, and as citied in greater detail in the episode, Kaymen et al., recently discovered that subjects who maintained their fat loss…Read More