[tldr] Having strong glutes can help you prevent injury, improve performance and move
A new study found that when it comes to building strength and endurance,
[tldr] Carbs are evil. Only work out in the morning. Fat turns into
[tldr] Cold exposure (aka cryotherapy) is a great biohack to increase brain function
This episode is a special edition of Bulletproof Radio because a good friend and mentor, Charles Poliquin, a man who has helped elite professional athletes and Olympians win hundreds of medals, passed away unexpectedly.
Drew Manning is the author of the New York Times best-selling book Fit2Fat2Fit: The Unexpected Lessons From Gaining And Losing 75 Lbs On Purpose. In this episode, we talk about Drew’s winding journey of fitness, faith, failure and feats of self-awareness.
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