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    #184 - Ethan Suplee - What It's Like To Lose 300lbs & Adele's Transformation

    #184 - Ethan Suplee - What It's Like To Lose 300lbs & Adele's Transformation

    Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Ethan Suplee learned to “sneak” food after he was put on various diets as a childBy the time, he was 21 years old, Ethan’s weight skyrocketed to 536 lbs.When you have 100+ pounds to lose, you’re looking at lifelong changes in eating habitsThe liquid diet is best for losing a lot of weight- start with protein shakes and supplementsDon’t fall for the “evil food” narrative – avoid the good food/bad food ideologySometimes you need confidence first before you can take on the challenge of weight lossPeople celebrate weight loss in men but when Adele dropped pounds, she was shamed for “caving” into stereotypical attitudeseval(ez_write_tag([[728,90],'podcastnotes_org-medrectangle-3','ezslot_0',122,'0','0']));Read the full notes @ podcastnotes.orgEthan Suplee is an actor & a podcaster.
    Ethan's fitness journey has been a rollercoaster - from 200lbs at 10 years old to 550lbs in his 20's and now 260lbs at 13% bodyfat, all while starring in some of the biggest films in Hollywood including Mr Name Is Earl, The Wolf Of Wall Street & American History X.
    Expect to learn Ethan's thoughts on the response to Adele's weightloss photo, his advice for anyone looking to lose lots of weight, his lessons from decades of dieting and much more...
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    1308: How to Increase Your Squat, the Pros & Cons of False Grip vs. Standard Grip, Ways to Improve Gut Health & More

    1308: How to Increase Your Squat, the Pros & Cons of False Grip vs. Standard Grip, Ways to Improve Gut Health & More

    Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Lack of stability and mobility can hinder progress in squatFree weights are superior to machines available at big box gymsIn the long run, compound movements have a bigger payoff than isolation movementsFalse grip might feel more comfortable but is can be more dangerous for certain lifts and can negatively alter recruitment patternsMaintaining good gut motility is the number one priority for overall gut healtheval(ez_write_tag([[728,90],'podcastnotes_org-medrectangle-3','ezslot_0',122,'0','0']));Read the full notes @ podcastnotes.org Who would have thought Tiger King was the most normal thing in 2020. (4:11) Mind Pump are BIG bird guys. (5:55) Mind Pump Workouts. (8:18) The Stock Market doesn’t make sense. (10:05) Gun sales are through the roof amid the coronavirus pandemic. (11:54) Pregnancy and parenting. (16:13) Magic Spoon’s new formulation. (28:32) THC, terpenes, and pain management. (30:40) Good vs bad people. (37:35) #Quah question #1 – Why do I struggle to put weight on my squat? I am a long, lanky build and I have tried many stances and cannot break 300. (43:17) #Quah question #2 – As someone who has gone to a big-box gym for years, I have struggled during this quarantine. I am used to doing way too many isolation movements, but at present only have a barbell, weights, and a squat rack. Can I solely use this equipment and still make progress by focusing just on compound movements? (48:42) #Quah question #3 – What is your opinion on false grip vs standard grip while overhead pressing or barbell benching. I feel as though I have more strength using a false grip. (54:43) #Quah question #4 – What are your best tips for gut health? (58:46) Related Links/Products Mentioned
    June Promotion: MAPS HIIT ½ off! **Promo code “HIIT50” at checkout** Carol Baskin Wins Joe Exotic's Tiger King Zoo in New Court Ruling RETAILERS REPORT THAT 40% OF THEIR CUSTOMERS ARE FIRST-TIME GUN OWNERS DURING COVID-19 Gun sales surge 80% in May, says research firm What Representing Men in Divorce Taught Me About Fatherhood | Marilyn York | TEDxUniversityofNevada Visit Magic Spoon for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! Researcher receives $3.9 million grant to study how cannabis chemicals can help with pain Mind Pump #780: Delivering Health & Happiness With Dosist Visit PRx Performance for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! **Code “mindpump” at checkout** What is Gut Health – Mind Pump Blog Intuitive Nutrition Guide ½ off! **Code “FOOD50” at checkout** Mind Pump Free Resources People Mentioned
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    • 1h 6 min
    US Soccer Star Kelley O'Hara on The Pressure of Winning and How She Handles Losing

    US Soccer Star Kelley O'Hara on The Pressure of Winning and How She Handles Losing

    Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Self-confidence and self- worth come from within“The only person that will always be there for me is me” – Kelley O’HaraEmotion is part of being an athlete – it’s naturalKnow that acceptance from your team or “tribe” matters more than what others think of you Sometimes just believing is what you needIf you’re new on a team, learn from the veterans, on and off the field  eval(ez_write_tag([[728,90],'podcastnotes_org-medrectangle-3','ezslot_3',122,'0','0']));Read the full notes @ podcastnotes.orgThis weeks guest is the light spirited tough as nails US Women’s Soccer team member Kelley O'Hara. Kelley shares her perspective and secrets. Like how do you show up again and again even if someone has told you, you”re not good  enough.  Well, she must have figured that out after Olympic gold and multiple World Cup gold medals.  The human side of athletics. Enjoy!
     
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    • 1h 17 min
    #103 - Looking back on the first 99 episodes: Strong Convictions, Loosely Held

    #103 - Looking back on the first 99 episodes: Strong Convictions, Loosely Held

    Podcast Notes Introduction Early studies showed potential of metformin to reduce cancer mortality and survival with cancer – and an all-around viable solution to longevity for people without Type II diabetesPeter started taking and prescribing metformin for off-label use in 2011eval(ez_write_tag([[580,400],'podcastnotes_org-medrectangle-3','ezslot_7',122,'0','0']));Read the full notes @ podcastnotes.orgIn this episode, originally recorded to be the 100th episode of The Drive, Peter discusses topics that he has changed his mind about since starting the podcast as a result of preparing for interviews as well as from the actual conversations. Peter also reviews some of his favorite moments from the first 99 episodes, shares what books he’s currently reading, and much more. Initially scheduled to be released as episode 100, this was delayed due to recent podcasts covering COVID-19.
    We discuss:
    Definition of “strong convictions loosely held,” and the value in trying to shoot down your own hypotheses [2:20]; Metformin—How Peter’s strong convictions have changed since 2018 [8:00];
    Getting a dog—Why Peter caved and how it’s going so far [15:45];
    Rapamycin—How Peter’s feelings have evolved, and the questions still needing to be answered [20:45];
    Archery, the joy of pursuing mastery, and the importance of stillness [26:50];
    Zone 2 training—Why Peter has made it a big component of his exercise regimen [37:30];
    Deadlifts—Why Peter now believes it’s extremely beneficial to longevity when done properly [41:45];
    Read any good books lately? [50:00];
    Baby aspirin for preventing blood clotting—Why Peter no longer takes it, and a few alternative options [53:15];
    Generic drugs—How and why Peter’s mind has shifted on generic drugs [55:45];
    Omega-3 fatty acids, EPA and DHA—How Peter’s long-held views have changed [58:15];
    How Peter got better at saying “no” [1:02:30];
    Does Peter have any favorite episodes of The Drive? [1:07:15]; and
    More.
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    • 1h 17 min
    #157 - Ben Greenfield - The Ultimate Daily Routine

    #157 - Ben Greenfield - The Ultimate Daily Routine

    Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Use blue-light blocking glasses about 1.5-2 hours before bed to make waking up easierPodcast Notes Trusted Blue Light Blocking Glasses: Use promo code “PodcastNotes10” for 10% off at checkoutBen Greenfield’s go-to supplements for sleep are magnesium, glycine with gelatin, and 100 mg of CBDPodcast Notes Trusted CBD: Use promo code “PODCASTVIBES” for 15% off at checkoutRead the full notes @ podcastnotes.orgBen Greenfield is a Coach, Author, Speaker, ex-Bodybuilder and Ironman Triathlete.
    We are what we repeatedly do. So when you have every known biohacking strategy at your disposal, what does one of the world's best known biohackers do every day?
    Today expect to learn Ben's entire daily routine from morning until night including his strategies for a morning routine, training, work, nutrition, supplementation, focus, naps, sleep and much more.
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    • 56 min
    1260: 7 Male Fitness Myths That Slow Your Gains

    1260: 7 Male Fitness Myths That Slow Your Gains

    Podcast Notes Key Takeaways 1) You don’t have to lift heavy to get big. All rep ranges build muscle.2) Stop 1-2 reps short of failure for the best results3) Rest & recovery days are necessary for muscle growth4) You don’t have to eat yourself into a coma to get big5) Steroids don’t guarantee muscle growth6) Often, the biggest guy in the gym knows the least about fitness7) There are no “girly” exercisesRead the full notes @ podcastnotes.orgIn this episode, Sal, Adam & Justin discuss seven common beliefs that men have about fitness that are impeding their success.
    Challenging and explaining the 7 biggest male fitness myths. (4:35) #1 – You must lift heavy to get big. (7:50) #2 - Training to failure is necessary for your body to respond. (16:32) #3 - Intensity is king. (28:29) #4 - You need to eat big to get big. (38:25) #5 – Taking steroids guarantees muscle. (47:20) #6 - The biggest guys in the gym must know the most. (56:57) #7 - Some movements are for women and don’t benefit men. (1:03:23) Related Links/Products Mentioned
    March Promotion: MAPS Powerlift ½ off! **Code “POWER50” at checkout** Special Promotion: MAPS Anywhere ½ off!! **Code “WHITE50” at checkout** Visit Everly Well for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! **Code “mindpump” at checkout** Mind Pump 001: Female Fitness Myths Exposed! Mind Pump 1077: The 7 Deadly Fitness Lies Sold to Women Mind Pump 1067: The 5 Biggest Lies in Fitness BUILDING MUSCLE: Is There REALLY A Best Rep Range? - Mind Pump TV Which Is Better: Low Reps Or High Reps? - Mind Pump Blog Mike Mentzer Heavy Duty Benefits Of Going To Failure Periodically – Mind Pump Is repetition failure critical for the development of muscle hypertrophy and strength? Mind Pump 1240: The Muscle Building & Fat Burning Effects of Oly Lifting With Sonny Webster Overtraining Is KILLING Your Gains! (How Much Is Too Much?) | Mind Pump TV The Breakdown Recovery Trap, Why You Aren't Progressing – Mind Pump Mind Pump 907: Cory Schlesinger Fundamental Nutrition Tips For Building Muscle (Free Hardgainer Guide) Are athletes really getting faster, better, stronger? - Ted Talk Pumping Iron Is Mobility Important For Working Out? - Mind Pump Media Mind Pump Free Resources  People Mentioned
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    • 1h 12 min

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