Gastroenterologist Angie Sadeghi, MD, joins Scott to talk about gut health and fitness-related topics ranging from digestive and metabolic consequences of physique competition, fad diets, body image, to strategies for getting and staying lean.
JC Santana and Scott continue their conversation on biomechanics and functional training. In this episode, they examine how training methods and intensities should be re-examined to preserve joint health and athletic performance.
Functional fitness trailblazer and biomechanics expert JC Santana joins Scott for a spirited conversation about biomechanics, training methodology, and the challenges of marketing real expertise in today’s fitness environment.
It’s no secret that dieting is a popular New Year’s resolution. It’s also no secret that many people fail to achieve their diet goals. Scott shares a proven approach to dieting that leads to long-term success.
One food. All meals. Several days. The Coach outlines the benefits and guidelines of “mono-meals”: a single food eaten as an entire meal for a few days as a healthy, convenience, gimmick-free weight-control method.
Why and how can some people achieve then maintain physique transformation when others can’t? Coach Scott covers characteristics of two opposite mindsets: those doomed to fail and those destined to achieve.
Scott’s said for years that calorie restriction diets set in motion a metabolic cascade that make a person fatter over the long term. A study published in the New England Journal of Medicine in 2011 comes to a similar conclusion.