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Starting Strength is the bestselling book on the most fundamental and effective approach to strength training ever written. Mark Rippetoe hosts The Starting Strength Channel where he discusses topics of interest, primarily to him, but perhaps also to you.

Starting Strength is the bestselling book on the most fundamental and effective approach to strength training ever written. Mark Rippetoe hosts The Starting Strength Channel where he discusses topics of interest, primarily to him, but perhaps also to you.
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Starting Strength is the bestselling book on the most fundamental and effective approach to strength training ever written. Mark Rippetoe hosts The Starting Strength Channel where he discusses topics of interest, primarily to him, but perhaps also to you.

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@SS_strength

Language:

English


Episodes

Barbells are Best for Aesthetics with Robert Santana | Starting Strength Radio # 26

10/17/2019
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Mark Rippetoe and Robert Santana, RD, SSC, discuss aesthetics, training, and nutrition.

Duration:01:28:05

Rippetoe Clears Up Common Misconceptions | Starting Strength Radio #25

10/10/2019
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Mark Rippetoe refutes common misconceptions and conventional wisdom when it comes to strength training and Starting Strength.

Duration:01:19:30

The Warrior Poet with John Lovell | Starting Strength Radio #24

10/3/2019
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Mark Rippetoe and John Lovell from Warrior Poet Society discuss strength training, teaching, and what it means to be a Warrior Poet.

Duration:00:43:08

Making the Starting Strength Lifting Belt with Blake Wilson | Starting Strength Radio #23

9/26/2019
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Mark Rippetoe and Blake Wilson, owner of Dominion Strength, discuss belt manufacturing, leather, and the Starting Strength Belt.

Duration:01:15:47

Q&A Episode - Inner Game of Tennis, Podcast Guests and Sumo Wrestling | Starting Strength Radio #22

9/19/2019
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Mark Rippetoe answers questions from fans in another Q&A episode of the Starting Strength Radio Podcast. In this episode, Rip discusses The Inner Game of Tennis, sumo wrestling, exercise science studies, and the athletic capacity of old people.

Duration:01:16:20

Getting Vertical with Stan Efferding | Starting Strength Radio #21

9/12/2019
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Mark Rippetoe and Stan Efferding discuss nutrition, The Vertical Diet, getting big and strong, and a variety of other topics.

Duration:01:43:18

B-52s and The Strategic Air Command with Scott Davison | Starting Strength Radio #20

9/5/2019
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Mark Rippetoe and Scott Davison talk about Scott's experience as an Air Force pilot flying B-52s during the Cold War.

Duration:02:11:39

The Olympic Weightlifting Episode | Starting Strength Radio #19

8/29/2019
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Mark Rippetoe presents a logical approach to getting into Olympic weightlifting that involves getting strong first while learning and practicing the lifts.

Duration:01:32:54

Strength and The Media | Starting Strength Radio #18

8/22/2019
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Mark Rippetoe discusses the media's portrayal of strength training and the best ways to get in shape, get strong, or improve sports performance.

Duration:01:03:32

Strength and Golf with Jay Livsey | Starting Strength Radio #17

8/14/2019
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Mark Rippetoe and Jay Livsey discuss how golfing performance is improved by dedicated strength training with barbells as part of a series on the Two Factor Model of Sports Performance. Jay Livsey is the owner of Starting Strength Denver and former pro golfer.

Duration:01:02:42

Q&A Episode - What's the Worst Injury Rip Has Had? | Starting Strength Radio #16

8/8/2019
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Mark Rippetoe answers questions from Starting Strength Radio fans. Topics include online coaching, Rip's injuries, hypertrophy training, and the Joe Rogan Podcast.

Duration:01:18:52

Getting Bigger, Leaner, and Stronger with Michael Matthews | Starting Strength Radio #15

8/1/2019
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Mark Rippetoe and Michael Matthews discuss lifting for aesthetics, nutrition, supplements, and the book publishing business.

Duration:01:12:56

Strength and Fighting with Nick Delgadillo | Starting Strength Radio #14

7/25/2019
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Mark Rippetoe and Nick Delgadillo discuss The Two-Factor Model of sports performance and why strength training should be a priority for people who train for fighting.

Duration:01:03:55

Strength and Nutrition with Robert Santana | Starting Strength Radio #13

7/19/2019
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GOMAD, Gaining muscle, losing fat, doing "a cut" - just some of the topics discussed in this interview with Robert Santana on Starting Strength Radio.

Duration:01:35:20

A Conversation on Cardiac Rehab with Dr. Abeel Mangi | Starting Strength Radio #12

7/11/2019
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Mark Rippetoe and Dr. Abeel Mangi discuss strength training and cardiac rehab. Dr. Mangi is an attending surgeon in the Section of Cardiac Surgery at Yale University, and is Associate Professor of Surgery at the Yale University School of Medicine.

Duration:01:19:55

Q&A Episode - Comments from the Haters! | Starting Strength Radio #11

7/4/2019
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Mark Rippetoe answers questions from Starting Strength fans and introduces a new segment called "Comments from the Haters."

Duration:01:01:56

The Decision to Open a Starting Strength Gym | Starting Strength Radio #10

6/27/2019
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Mark Rippetoe has a conversation with Dr. Andrew Mueller, WFAC member, oral surgeon, all-around interesting guy, and executive partner for Starting Strength Dallas.

Duration:00:56:07

The Back Pain Episode | Starting Strength Radio #9

6/20/2019
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Dealing with back pain is a part of the human experience. Rip Goes in-depth on why that is and how to deal with it.

Duration:01:01:48

Q&A Episode - How was the Starting Strength Method Created? | Starting Strength Radio #8

6/13/2019
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How was the Starting Strength Method created? Pain every time you lift? "I can't drink milk! What do I do?" These are some of the questions up on this week's Starting Strength Radio Q&A.

Duration:00:52:29

Why We Low Bar Squat | Starting Strength Radio #7

6/6/2019
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Rip goes in-depth and explains why the low bar squat uses the most muscle mass over the longest effective range of motion and is therefore is the preferred squat for getting strong.

Duration:01:05:36