David from the HPA Podcast interviewed Menno Henselmans about the role of genetics in strength training and losing fat, metabolic damage & reverse dieting and business advice for (fitness) professionals. Listen on iTunes Listen on Stitcher Listen in your browser (libsync) Full show notes on the HPA website.
Fellow Bayesians, the Bayesian research team is conducting a new study about the effect of protein intake and indirectly nutrient timing on recovery. I’m paying for this and other studies we’re doing out of my own pocket, because it is important to me. This has cost me thousands of dollars. I make a decent living and I live a sober […]
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Why the domain change? What’s with the recipes? How did the seminar go? As regular readers of this site probably noticed, a few things have changed recently. Behind the scenes, a lot more great developments have taken place. Before I elaborate on what this means for you and what you can expect from Bayesian Bodybuilding in the future, let’s start […]
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I received some very good questions about a fundamental axiom underlying my Muscle-Specific Hypertrophy articles, namely that slow twitch fibers have a higher optimum volume for muscle growth than fast twitch fibers. Is that really true? Note to readers: If you already believe this to be true, you can stop reading here, because I won't show you anything new. Although […]