After hearing Skyler Tanner mentioned on multiple occasions by some of the world’s top experts on exercise, I knew I had to find out more about him. After checking out his blog and watching a few of his seminars on YouTube, he blew my mind. This interview was no different.
Skyler Tanner holds a Masters in Exercise Science, has been a high-level fitness and nutrition coach for 15 years, and has lectured at the Ancestral Health Symposium 2011, The 21 Convention, and Paleo FX. Skyler’s talk Strength Training and the Biomarkers of Aging has been featured on Peak Fitness by Dr. Mercola.
Skyler is very entertaining, and provides unique and thought-provoking views to some of the most controversial topics in health, fitness, and nutrition. This interview is a massive learning opportunity for anyone interested in expanding their knowledge on strength training, health, nutrition, and longevity.
This interview was one of my best yet, although I definitely need to shut up and listen more!
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The purpose of Skyler’s Blog, Exercise Science in the Real World (02:40)
Business vs Passion (07:50)
Why did Skyler transition from infrequent HIT to his new protocol and more movement? (10:15)
The problem with infrequent HIT vs “nothing at all” (22:00)
Do you really need to train to momentary muscular failure for results? (23:40)
What is the most effective protocol to generate strength and hypertrophy? (32:10)
Macro-Nutrients vs Counting Calories (41:50)
How to live for longevity (53:20)
Skyler’s recommended reading (1:09:00)
Why does exercise make us feel good and what makes it addictive? (no, it’s not endorphins) (1:12:55)
Burning question – is it detrimental to do Big 5 and another strength training session 3-days later? (1:16:30)
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 Bulletproof Diet by Dave Asprey
The Paradox of Choice: Why More Is Less (P.S.) by Barry Schwartz
Free The Animal: Lose Weight & Fat With The Paleo Diet by Richard Nikoley
Better Than Before: Mastering the Habits of Our Everyday Lives by Gretchen Rubin
Born to Run: The Hidden Tribe, the Ultra-Runners, and the Greatest Race the World Has Never Seen by Christopher McDougall
Training Expectations Over A Lifetime by Skyler Tanner
The Six Year Itch: Was It All A Waste Of Time? by Skyler Tanner
Nail Gun, Hammer, Rock by Dr Doug McGuff
Bulletproofexec.com (Dave Asprey’s blog)
Farewell to the 3,500-Calorie Rule By Densie Webb, PhD, RD
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