breaking muscle radio

If you are interested in expanding your impact within the fitness industry and want practical tips to help you achieve it, this episode is a goldmine.
Tom Purvis is the guy the experts go to for advice.
This week's guest is Chris Peil, a sports rehabilitation expert, who helps Olympians and the World’s Strongest Man get out of pain and back to performing at their best.
Cody Haun is the epitome of a 21st century strength scientists and he's striking out on his own.
Jordan Shallow, the Muscle Doc and founder of Pre-Script, is a chiropractor, strength and conditioning coach, powerlifter and educator.
Chris Barakat is a competitive bodybuilder, educator, and researcher who truly walks the talk.
This episode is absolute gold for anyone who is a fan of thoughtful strength, a crazy attachment to lifting, and erudite hypertrophy.
Amanda Thebe, a force of nature in women's health and coaching, as well as a serious fitness enthusiast in her own right, talks about her long-term symptoms from Covid-19.
Mario Tomic's passion for training has taken him on a journey from being a computer programmer to YouTuber, to coach, to an entrepreneur who lives the digital nomad lifestyle.
Paul Carter of Lift Run Bang has some strong thoughts about going over the top in your training, and not in a good way.
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.
Another great masters of muscle growth and development podcast with a renowned expert in the field of training.
If you’ve been out of the gym for a while and relying on bodyweight workouts or minimal equipment during lockdown then you don’t want to miss this!
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.
Powerlifters should train like bodybuilders.