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Welcome to the Resilient Strength Podcast where we give short evidence-based information on long-term sustainable workouts, training, nutrition, and a healthy lifestyle. This show was created as just one of the many ways to discuss how we can grow and adapt to the various factors in the sport of fitness and strength. Resilient Strength Podcast is hosted by Naomi Komisarjevsky, head coach and owner of East Coast Strength. Check us out on instagram @resilientstrengthpodcast and @east_coast_strength #goodthingsarecoming

Welcome to the Resilient Strength Podcast where we give short evidence-based information on long-term sustainable workouts, training, nutrition, and a healthy lifestyle. This show was created as just one of the many ways to discuss how we can grow and adapt to the various factors in the sport of fitness and strength. Resilient Strength Podcast is hosted by Naomi Komisarjevsky, head coach and owner of East Coast Strength. Check us out on instagram @resilientstrengthpodcast and @east_coast_strength #goodthingsarecoming
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Welcome to the Resilient Strength Podcast where we give short evidence-based information on long-term sustainable workouts, training, nutrition, and a healthy lifestyle. This show was created as just one of the many ways to discuss how we can grow and adapt to the various factors in the sport of fitness and strength. Resilient Strength Podcast is hosted by Naomi Komisarjevsky, head coach and owner of East Coast Strength. Check us out on instagram @resilientstrengthpodcast and @east_coast_strength #goodthingsarecoming

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Episodes

Ep. 9: How to get Stronger

9/13/2019
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What is strength? And how do we not only get stronger but make sure we continue to get stronger? Have you been working out for a little while and maybe hit a plateau in performance? Maybe you've tried different workouts, programs you found online, tried following athletes you want to be like, but you're just not getting stronger. Well, let's talk about what strength is and how we can program our workouts to increase our strength.

Duration:00:22:24

Ep 8: Should I do Keto?

8/29/2019
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The Ketogenic diet has become popularized by mainstream and social media, mostly as a weight loss diet. It is also highly controversial, and for good reason. That doesn’t mean that it is all bad. There are certainly studies to show its benefits. But does that mean you should do it? Well, let’s take a look at the good, the bad, and all of the various reasons why someone may want to consider it, or should absolutely avoid it.

Duration:00:19:09

Ep 7: Ask Questions: What does the research say?

8/16/2019
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Asking questions is integral to understand the transferability of research and information to programming, workouts, and factors of strength and conditioning. One of the best ways to find answers to questions is research studies. Studies provide context to the why, where, what, when, and how, of adapting in exercise and sports performance. The landscape of exercise science and nutrition is always evolving, and unless you want to get stuck in the past, reading the latest in research and how...

Duration:00:17:04

Ep 7: Ask Questions: What does the research say?

8/15/2019
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Asking questions is integral to understand the transferability of research and information to programming, workouts, and factors of strength and conditioning. One of the best ways to find answers to questions is research studies. Studies provide context to the why, where, what, when, and how, of adapting in exercise and sports performance. The landscape of exercise science and nutrition is always evolving, and unless you want to get stuck in the past, reading the latest in research and how...

Duration:00:16:43

Ep. 6: Maximum Effort = Maximum Results

8/2/2019
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We've all had one of those days where we felt off in a workout. Maybe felt sluggish, the weight felt heavier, felt a little slower...our effort and subsequent performance because of our effort are governed by many factors related to the central nervous system; motor unit recruitment, soreness, fatigue, emotional arousal, and mental fatigue. In today's episode, we get into some of the science behind our effort in the gym and how these factors can affect our performance, as well as how the...

Duration:00:15:17

Ep 5: Overuse Injuries

7/18/2019
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At certain times in a person’s program they need to push it. There need to be some workouts where you walk out of the gym feeling like you gave it all. Unfortunately, if you’re going hard ALL of the time, the pain and discomfort you think is normal may lead to overuse injury. In today’s episode we talk about the mechanics of soft tissue (muscle, tendons, ligaments, etc.) and how the body adapts in response to load, intensity, and volume. Including what could lead to cumulative stress and...

Duration:00:10:59

Ep 4: Identity in Sport/Fitness

7/5/2019
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If you talk to someone who likes to go to the gym a lot and is in some sort of popular fitness genre they will often label themselves in this way. I am a weightlifter. I am a runner. I am a powerlifter. I am a crossfitter. For many they define themselves by what they do. But is it really your identity?

Duration:00:09:16

Ep.3: Why Energy Systems Matter

6/21/2019
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In Episode 3 we get a little into what Energy Systems are and why they matter. Don't worry, we don't go heavy into the science so you get lost in the technical terminology. We talk briefly about what the three main energy systems are, how they are fueled, and how they apply to your exercise based upon the intensity and duration of your activity. Listen to see why these three different systems matter and why you would want to vary them in your training.

Duration:00:10:01

Ep. 2: Effects of Chronic Dieting

6/7/2019
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Today's episode discusses an important – but unfortunately overlooked – aspect of nutrition; chronic dieting. Unfortunately, if you have tried multiple different weight loss diets, then that continual sequence, termed “Chronic dieting” may lead to significant health and performance consequences. In this episode, we discuss macronutrients (protein, carbohydrates, and fats) their role in muscle everyday energy and function, protein synthesis, sport recovery, exercise intensity, and cognitive...

Duration:00:11:00

Ep. 1: Show Intro & Coaching Philosophy

5/23/2019
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Welcome to the Resilient Strength Podcast, Episode 1. In the first episode, I discuss what the Resilient Strength Podcast is and what you can expect in future episodes. I also discuss my coaching philosophy which is a catalyst for launching this podcast as well as other resources to bring you quality content discussing evidence-based information for training, nutrition, and a healthy lifestyle.

Duration:00:08:30