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A Six Pack of Knowledge podcast that covers strength, hypertrophy, training science, and much, much more.
A Six Pack of Knowledge podcast that covers strength, hypertrophy, training science, and much, much more.
A Six Pack of Knowledge podcast that covers strength, hypertrophy, training science, and much, much more.
Some of the best coaches with expertise in hypertrophy, bodybuilding, and physique can be found in these podcasts. New ones added regularly. A great reference source for enthusiasts and trainers.
Powerlifters should train like bodybuilders.
We kick off our first podcast of 2020 with James Fitzgerald. He has over 20 years of experience as a strength coach, is a CrossFit games champion and is the founder of OPEX.
Our latest podcast tackles sustainable self-development, building habits that translate into training success, and the fitness journey of hypertropy influencer Abel Csabai.
Brad Borland talks about how to build muscle as quickly as possible in the latest Six Pack of Knowledge podcast.
This Six Pack of Knowledge Podcast is about building a resilient body with pain-free training expert, Dr. John Rusin.
The Six Pack of Knowledge Podcast on how understanding exercise mechanics can make you a gym ninja.
Take a deep dive into muscle growth strategies, genetics and strength gains with Dr Joel Seedman.
A new guest each month, interviewed by Greg Walsh and hosted by Breaking Muscle. This week, challenging the orthodoxy of the fitness industry with the founders of The Sect in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Dr. Wendy Walsh talks about the mental aspects of health and how the ways in which we sabotage our relationships can impact our general well-being.
Peak performance strategies with nutrition, health, and life coach Brad Davidson.
Running 100-mile plus races on consistent basis tests every fiber of your being and challenges every negative thought in your head. Here's one person who knows how to power through it all.
We fall victim to procrastination, multitasking, feeling victimized when we can change the way we do things if we just stay focused.
We should watch athletes perform to celebrate the extremes of human potential, not confirm our cultural biases.