This is the second interview I’ve done with Doug and it was awesome. Dr Doug McGuff is an author, leading expert in HIT (High Intensity Training), health, and nutrition, and he’s also a full-time ER Physician. For Part 1, click here.
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- Advanced Concepts within HIT.
- How to optimize diet, sleep, stress, and exercise for fat loss.
- How excessive nutrients/substrate might not be necessary for optimal muscle growth and detrimental to longevity.
- How to become superhuman.
- Why excessive sitting is harmful and how we are genetically pre-disposed to constantly be active.
- Bill DeSimone’s Blog
- Congruent Exercise: How to make weight training easier on your joints by Bill DeSimone
- Congruent Exercise YouTube Channel
- Congruent Exercise on the 21 Convention
- Ido Portal (Movement Expert)
- Doug recommends Nautilus Training Bulletins, and books by Mike Mentzer, Arthur Jones, Ken Hutchins, and Ellington Darden.
- Human Action: A Treatise on Economics by Ludwig Von Mises
- Capitalism: A Treatse on Economics by George Reisman
- The Back Swan: The Impact of the Highly Improbable by Nassim Nicholas Taleb
- Fooled by Randomness: The Hidden Role of Chance in Life and in the Markets by Nassim Nicholas Taleb
- Drmcguff.com (Doug’s website for Personal Training, Consultations, Public Speaking and the Body By Science Blog)
- Body By Science: A Research Based Program to get the Results you Want in 12 Minutes a Week by Dr Doug McGuff and John R. Little
- The Body By Science Question and Answer Book by Dr Doug McGuff and John R. Little
P.S. Sorry for the echo during the podcast. I will try and get this fixed for future podcasts. Also, don’t listen to it too loud because I get very excited in places and laugh loudly right into my mic.