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Louisville, KY

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Live Stronger. Live longer. The world's first radio show dedicated to fitness and nutrition, longevity and human performance.

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SHR # 1816 :: Physical Culture Radio: Injury and Overtraining: The Danger Zone: How To Identify It And Stay Out Of It + Insulin: What We Thought We Knew and What We've Learned ::

2/18/2016
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SHR # 1816 :: Physical Culture Radio: Injury and Overtraining: The Danger Zone: How To Identify It And Stay Out Of It + Insulin: What We Thought We Knew and What We've Learned :: Carl Lanore - Brooks Kubik - Dr. Mauro Di Pasquale :: What if you had a Red Line like on a tachometer? What if you knew just when to increase the workload and volume and stay out of the danger zone for overtraining and injury? Well this science shows where your Red Line is. Listen and learn. PLUS Insulin has always...

Duration: 01:57:30


SHR # 1815 :: Science For Humans: The Gold's Gym Breakfast Club + Cholesterol Levels Improve with Weight Loss and Healthy Fat-rich Diet + Ketogenic Diet vs Chemotherapy ::

2/17/2016
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SHR # 1815 :: Science For Humans: The Gold's Gym Breakfast Club + Cholesterol Levels Improve with Weight Loss and Healthy Fat-rich Diet + Ketogenic Diet vs Chemotherapy :: Co-host: Dr. Jeff Golini Guest: Elizabeth Quintana - Dr. Thomas Seyfried :: If you love bodybuilding and nostalgia take a walk down memory lane to the '80s in Venice Beach. PLUS Physicians tell their patients that fat causes elevated bad cholesterol. This study shows something very different. PLUS Is it irresponsible to...

Duration: 01:57:30


SHR # 1813 :: Ways To Keep Your Eyes Young As You Age + Eat First, Share Later: the Foraging Habits of Hadza Hunter-gatherers ::

2/15/2016
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SHR # 1813 :: Ways To Keep Your Eyes Young As You Age + Eat First, Share Later: the Foraging Habits of Hadza Hunter-gatherers :: Guest: Jennifer Jones - Alex Leaf :: You only get one pair of eyes, take care of them you're told. But how? What really effects eye health and disease? Can you reverse the aging of the eyes? What about keeping them from aging in the first place? PLUS The Hadza are a modern-day hunter-gatherer civilizations. A thirteen-year-long study provides insights into where...

Duration: 01:57:30


SHR # 1812 :: CASUAL FRIDAY ::

2/12/2016
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SHR # 1812 :: CASUAL FRIDAY :: Co-host: The Lovely And Talented Alisa Profumo :: Super Bowl MVP Is A Chicken Farmer - Know What The Word Avocado Really Means? - Satire Web Sites - Is Beer The New Post Workout Drink? - Are Urban Gardens Healthy? - Smudging - FDA Goes After A KY Farmer - Is This Fitness Trend Actually Unhealthy? - Low Vitamin D Causes Low B Vitamins - Plus More ::

Duration: 01:57:30


SHR # 1811 :: Physical Culture Radio: Do We Need An Individualised Physical Culture Prescription? + Chronic Sleep Restriction During Development Can Lead to Long-lasting Behavioral Effects ::

2/11/2016
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SHR # 1811 :: Physical Culture Radio: Do We Need An Individualised Physical Culture Prescription? + Chronic Sleep Restriction During Development Can Lead to Long-lasting Behavioral Effects :: Co-host: Brooks Kubik :: Guest: Dr. Michelle Saré :: Medicine has recognized that not all people respond the same to a particular therapy. Should training be individualized? And if so, how does one do this? PLUS Children on the Autism Spectrum are known to have sleep issues later on in life. Could sleep...

Duration: 01:57:30


SHR # 1810 :: Science For Humans: Branch Chain Amino Acids + A Broken Circadian Clock Can Raise Blood Pressure, Promote Disease + Study Links Irregular Sleep Schedules to Adverse Metabolic Health in Women + How Yoga May Impact Glaucoma ::

2/10/2016
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SHR # 1810 :: Science For Humans: Branch Chain Amino Acids + A Broken Circadian Clock Can Raise Blood Pressure, Promote Disease + Study Links Irregular Sleep Schedules to Adverse Metabolic Health in Women + How Yoga May Impact Glaucoma :: Co-host: Dr. Jeff Golini :: Guest: Dr. Dan Rudic - Briana Taylor - Dr. Robert Ritch :: Branch Chain Amino Acids Basics are covered. How, when, how much and more are discussed. PLUS Physicians regularly tell their patients with high blood pressure to cut out...

Duration: 01:57:30


SHR # 1809 :: The BluePrint Power Hour + The Scary Reason 1 Million Americans Can Never See Their Doctors Again ::

2/9/2016
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SHR # 1809 :: The BluePrint Power Hour + The Scary Reason 1 Million Americans Can Never See Their Doctors Again :: Co-host: Rob Regish :: Guest: Dr. Pamela Wible :: Listener questions are answered about training, nutrition and supplementation. PLUS Physicians committing suicide is at an all time high. What is driving this phenomenon? Why isn't the medical industry addressing it? What can you do if you have a physician who is a friend or loved one? ::

Duration: 01:57:30


SHR # 1808 :: BEST OF :: When Personal Trainers Attack ::

2/8/2016
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SHR # 1808 :: BEST OF :: When Personal Trainers Attack :: Guest: Alwyn Cosgrove :: Many people hire a personal trainer because they DON'T want to injure themselves. Like any trade, there are good personal trainers and bad personal trainers. How to tell the difference before you hire one and what to do if you've already hired a bad one are discussed. ::

Duration: 00:57:30


SHR # 1807 :: CASUAL FRIDAY ::

2/5/2016
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SHR # 1807 :: CASUAL FRIDAY :: Co-host: The Lovely And Talented Alisa Profumo :: Carl's Weight Loss Progress - Thriv Advanced is Here - Perceptions Of Perfection - Carl's Mea Culpa About Barbie - For Most Women Less Is More - The Microbial Game-Of-Thrones Taking Place In Your Beard - Preserving Muscle After Menopause - Carl Predicted This Would Happen: BPS As Bad As BPA - Vaccines: More Tin-Hat-Wearing Theories - What The CDC Isn't Telling You About Microcephaly, The Zika Virus And The TDap...

Duration: 01:45:30


SHR # 1806 :: Physical Culture Radio: 10 Reasons for Older People to Keep on Training + Functional Training ::

2/4/2016
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SHR # 1806 :: Physical Culture Radio: 10 Reasons for Older People to Keep on Training + Functional Training :: Co-host: Brooks Kubik :: Guest: Juan Carlos Santana :: The top 10 reasons to start resistance training if you're not already doing so or keep training as you age. PLUS Functional training provides real-life strength that translates to better performance in all area of your life. ::

Duration: 01:45:30


SHR # 1805 :: SPECIAL EPISODE :: Science For Humans: Dr. Jeff's Diet Secrets For Building Muscle + Revisiting The Anabolic Diet with Dr. Di Pasquale ::

2/3/2016
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SHR # 1805 :: SPECIAL EPISODE :: Science For Humans: Dr. Jeff's Diet Secrets For Building Muscle + Revisiting The Anabolic Diet with Dr. Di Pasquale :: Co-host: Dr. Jeff Golini :: Guest: Dr. Mauro Di Pasquale :: This entire Special Edition is dedicated to the nutritional protocols that help to build muscle and strength while making you lean. Two very different approaches and they both work. It just depends on what works for you individually. ::

Duration: 01:45:30


SHR # 1804 :: The BluePrint Power Hour + Antibiotic Use in Early Life Disrupt Normal Gut Microbiota Development ::

2/2/2016
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SHR # 1804 :: The BluePrint Power Hour + Antibiotic Use in Early Life Disrupt Normal Gut Microbiota Development :: Co-host: Rob Regish :: Guest: Dr. Katri Korpela :: Listener questions are answered about training, nutrition and supplementation. PLUS Pediatricians give children antibiotics with great regularity. But are there side effects to these antibiotics originally thought of as safe? Is there a link to childhood obesity? And what about asthma? Most importantly what's a parent to do to...

Duration: 01:45:30


SHR # 1803 :: Effect of Replacing Animal Protein with Plant Protein on Glycemic Control in Diabetes + The Connection Between Excess Iron and Parkinson's Disease ::

2/1/2016
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SHR # 1803 :: Effect of Replacing Animal Protein with Plant Protein on Glycemic Control in Diabetes + The Connection Between Excess Iron and Parkinson's Disease :: Guest: Effie Viguiliouk, MSc - Dr. Julie Anderson :: All proteins are not created equal. What happens when you make diabetic people people replace some of their animal protein with plant based protein? PLUS What is the role of iron in the brain? What connection is there to the development of Parkinson's Disease? And what can you...

Duration: 01:45:30


SHR # 1802 :: CASUAL FRIDAY ::

1/29/2016
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SHR # 1802 :: CASUAL FRIDAY :: Co-host: The Lovey and Talented Alisa Profumo :: Choosing the Right Doctor - Health Literacy - Dole Kills Another American - The Problem With the New Barbie Dolls - Kentucky School Puts Pedal-Desks in Classrooms - The Longevity Hormone - "Free-The-Nipple" Yoga - Who's Going To Go To Jail For The Flint Water Tragedy - You May Want to Rethink Your Keurig Coffee Maker - Vegan Mom Gives Baby Scurvy - Plus More ::

Duration: 01:57:30


SHR # 1801 :: Physical Culture Radio: Did Reg Park Do Cardio? + Early-life Exercise Alters Gut Microbes, Promotes Healthy Brain and Metabolism ::

1/28/2016
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SHR # 1801 :: Physical Culture Radio: Did Reg Park Do Cardio? + Early-life Exercise Alters Gut Microbes, Promotes Healthy Brain and Metabolism :: Co-host: Brooks Kubik :: Guest: Dr. Monika Fleshner :: Is traditional methods of cardio really required to build conditioning and cardiovascular health? What about to build a strong ripped physique? PLUS Exercise exerts changes on the gut microbes in humans. Does it differ based upon what age the exercise is introduced? Could getting our kids to...

Duration: 01:45:30


SHR # 1800 :: Science For Humans: The Female Libido + Made By Hemp + Nutrient Metabolism and the Circadian Clock ::

1/27/2016
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SHR # 1800 :: Science For Humans: The Female Libido + Made By Hemp + Nutrient Metabolism and the Circadian Clock :: Co-host: Dr. Jeff Golini :: Guest: Jeff Gallagher - Dr. Kristin Eckel-Mahan :: Several listeners asked this question so it's on people's minds. For women and the men who love them, we discuss what effects the female libido. PLUS Like so many great journeys, they begin with solving a problem. And like so many great solutions, many people can benefit from it. PLUS Circadian...

Duration: 01:45:30


SHR # 1799 :: The BluePrint Power Hour + Comparison Of Increases in Volume Load Over 8 Weeks of Low-Versus-High-Load Resistance Training ::

1/26/2016
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SHR # 1799 :: The BluePrint Power Hour + Comparison Of Increases in Volume Load Over 8 Weeks of Low-Versus-High-Load Resistance Training :: Co-host: Rob Regish :: Guest: Dr.Brad Schoenfeld :: Listener questions are answered about training, nutrition and supplementation. PLUS The debate over the muscle-building effects of high volume load versus low volume load are discussed. Are you wise to be training at higher rep ranges? ::

Duration: 01:57:30


SHR # 1798 :: Bicarbonate Concentration, Acid-base Status in Health, Aging, and Mortality + Is There a Connection Between Your Age at Menopause and Later Depression ::

1/25/2016
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SHR # 1798 :: Bicarbonate Concentration, Acid-base Status in Health, Aging, and Mortality + Is There a Connection Between Your Age at Menopause and Later Depression :: Guest: Dr. Kalani Raphael - Dr. Eleni Petridou :: Bicarbonate levels are one of the tests done when you physician checks your kidney function. Should you and your doctor pay more attention to it? PLUS female sex hormones play a role in mood. Some women go through menopause earlier than others. Is there a relationship between...

Duration: 01:57:30


SHR # 1796 :: Science For Humans: What's The Big Deal About Kre-Alkalyn + This Simple Fat Loss Trick + How Diet Soda Promotes Weight Loss and Maintenance ::

1/20/2016
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SHR # 1796 :: Science For Humans: What's The Big Deal About Kre-Alkalyn + This Simple Fat Loss Trick + How Diet Soda Promotes Weight Loss and Maintenance :: Co-host: Dr. Jeff Golini :: Guest: Alex Leaf - Dr. John Peters :: Kyle from Ohio gets his question answered about Kre-Alkalyn PLUS Is it possible that a food supplement can increase weight loss by half a pound a week? How does it do this? PLUS Regular diet soda consumption has been linked to weight gain in a few epidemiological studies....

Duration: 01:57:30


SHR # 1797 :: Physical Culture Radio: Training Tips from the World's Strongest Man + Systematic Review of Anthocyanins and Markers of Cardiovascular Disease ::

1/20/2016
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SHR # 1797 :: Physical Culture Radio: Training Tips from the World's Strongest Man + Systematic Review of Anthocyanins and Markers of Cardiovascular Disease :: Co-host: Brooks Kubik :: Guest: Dr. Taylor Wallace :: The strongest man in the world trains in anonymity. He doesn't train for the affection of adoring fans. He trains because he loves to train. And he develops techniques and secrets you're not going to read about in magazines. PLUS We have been told that eating dark colored fruits...

Duration: 01:45:30

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