So excited to bring you this episode! This is Part 2 of a Round Table I recorded with Drew Baye, Ryan Hall and Skyler Tanner.
If you haven’t listened to Part 1 of this Round Table yet, check it out by clicking here!
Drew Baye is one of the world’s top high-intensity training experts and is one of the best trainers around, and he runs the #1 HIT blog Baye.com. Exercise Science LLC‘s Ryan Hall is an award-winning exercise physiologist and is one of only a handful of the world’s Certified Master SuperSlow Trainers. Smart Strength‘s Skyler Tanner is an exercise physiologist, an analytics professional, a lecturer, and a well-regarded, experienced fitness and nutrition coach.
- Drew Baye’s High Intensity Training Official Website
- Drew Baye’s High Intensity Training on Facebook
- Exercise Science LLC Official Website
- Exercise Science LLC on Facebook
- Exercise Science LLC on Twitter
Want to hear more from these HIT experts?
- Listen to previous episodes with Drew here: Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3
- Listen to previous episodes with Ryan here: Part 1, and Part 2
- Listen to previous episodes with Skyler here: Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3
In this episode, we cover:
- Drew, Ryan, and Skyler on Dr Andy Galpin’s Take on HIT and optimal fitness
- Doing High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) alongside High Intensity Training (HIT)
- Drew and Ryan’s history with Super Slow – and how Super Slow Zone went wrong
- Recent developments in exercise science that has the panel excited
- … and much more!
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Click the link below to listen from the exact time stamp on Overcast:
- Drew, Ryan, and Skyler on Andy Galpin’s take on HIT, training speed, skill-based training, injury risks, and what getting optimal results involves [6:07]
- If Skyler, Ryan, and Drew had $2,500 to build a gym in their respective garages, what would these look like? [26:30]
- Drew Baye’s advice on what kind of exercise equipment you should NOT buy [35:35]
- Should you do High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) alongside High-Intensity Training (HIT) if you want to maximise fat loss? [38:34]
- Drew Baye on the truth about what fat loss really involves [46:17]
- The importance of understanding the difference between exercise and activity [49:47]
- Ryan talks about educating the public at large about evidence-based exercise in the face of decades-long misinformation by the media and mainstream fitness industry [50:59]
- Ryan and Drew talk about their history with Super Slow (and how it all went downhill) [54:31]
- Are there any recent findings or research in exercise science that Drew and Ryan are excited about? [1:12:31]
- Are there any health and fitness books that Drew and Ryan find themselves reading – and rereading – the most? [1:30:39]
Selected Links from the Episode
- Study: High-intensity strength training in nonagenarians. Effects on skeletal muscle.
- Isometric Training
- Sports Periodization
- Study: Can resistance training impact MRI outcomes in relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis?
- Super Slow Training
- Andy Galpin’s The Body of Knowledge Podcast
- How Fast Should You Lift to Maximize Muscle Growth?
- Drew Baye’s UXS Bodyweight Multi-Exercise Station
- Trap Bar ( Amazon US / Amazon UK )
- Drew Baye’s Project Kratos
- Perfect Fitness Pushup Handles ( Amazon US / Amazon UK )
- ARX (Adaptive Resistance Exercise)
- Gold’s Gym Olympic Barbell Set ( Amazon US / Amazon UK )
- Power Rack ( Amazon US / Amazon UK )
- Bowflex SelectTech 5.1 Adjustable Bench ( Amazon US / Amazon UK )
- Rogue Fitness
- Bowflex SelectTech Adjustable Dumbbell Set ( Amazon US / Amazon UK )
- Doorway Chinup Bar ( Amazon US / Amazon UK )
- MedX Exercise Equipment
- Normal Distribution (Bell Curve)
- Super Slow Zone
- Drew Baye’s post with his comments on his history with Super Slow
- Super Slow: The Ultimate Exercise Protocol by Ken Hutchins ( Amazon US / Amazon UK )
- Cisco Networking Expert Certifications
- DNAFit Study: A genetic-based algorithm for personalized resistance training (PDF)
- Study: Resistance training promotes cognitive and functional brain plasticity in seniors with probable mild cognitive impairment: A 6-month randomized controlled trial
- Study: Resistance Exercise Reverses Aging in Human Skeletal Muscle
- NCBI – PubMed
- Nutrition Journal
- The Meditations by Marcus Aurelius ( Amazon US / Amazon UK )
- Letters from a Stoic by Seneca the Younger ( Amazon US / Amazon UK )
- Skeletal Muscle Structure, Function, and Plasticity by Richard L. Lieber ( Amazon US / Amazon UK )
- Joint Structure and Function: A Comprehensive Analysis by Pamela K. Levangie and Cynthia C. Norkin ( Amazon US / Amazon UK )
- Andy Galpin (Listen to my interview with Andy here)
- Bill DeSimone (Listen to our episodes here: Part 1 and Part 2)
- Mark Sisson (Listen to the episode with Mark here)
- Tim Allerton (Listen to my interview with Tim here)
- Adam Zickerman (Listen to the episode with Adam here)
- Ken Hutchins
- Madeline Ross
- Tim Ryan (Listen to my interview with Tim here)
- Fred Hahn (Listen to the episode with Fred here)
- Robert Francis
- Dennis Beckman
- Greg Anderson
- Al Coleman
- Doug McGuff (Listen to our episodes here: Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3)
- James Fisher (Listen to previous interviews with James here: part 1, part 2, and part 3)
- Arthur Jones
- Mike Mentzer
- Steven Pinker
- Daniel Dennett
- Marcus Aurelius
- Seneca the Younger
- Richard L. Lieber
- Pamela K. Levangie