1 hr 12 min

#53 - Hypertrophy, Muscle Science, and Eliciting Different Forms Of Stress w/ Dr. Andy Galpin Inside The Mind with Misbah Haque

    • Mental Health

Dr Andy Galpin joins us today to talk SCIENCE. He is a Professor of Kinesiology at the Center for Sports Performance at California State University, Fullerton. He has a PhD in Human Bioenergetics and is the founder and director of the Biochemistry and Molecular Exercise Laboratory.
Why do certain types of training programs work better than others? Why do certain people respond to certain types of training better than others?
Andy is a muscle scientist who studies muscle at the single-cell level all the way up to the performance to try to determine what happens in response to high intensity, high power, high velocity, high force exercise acutely and chronically.
He is best known for studying “human thriving”. What do we do to not just avoid being sick but how do we optimize? How do we thrive?  He spends time examining those that do that so that we really understand what we’re shooting for in terms of optimal health and performance.
In this episode, we chat about things like why we think of science the wrong way, why hypertrophy training is so critical for long term development, the diabetes of dopamine, what happens when we eliminate all stress, and so much more.
I admire his skill for communicating such complex topics in laymen’s terms. His new book Unplugged is taking the best seller’s list by storm. Make sure you support the message by grabbing a copy and leaving a review on Amazon!


Show Notes:
(5:10) –  Studying “human thriving”(10:43) – Why we think of science the wrong way(13:57) – Satellite cells and their correlation to recovery(24:53) – Hypertrophy training(30:24) – Exogenous testosterone(33:15) – Value of bodybuilding styled training(39:24) – Using hypertrophy to break plateaus(43:40) – What happens when you eliminate all stress(48:53) – Different ways to elicit stress(57:50) – Diabetes of dopamine(1:06:41) – Importance of communication skills

👋🏽  Connect with Andy:
Website: http://www.andygalpin.com
Instagram: @drandygalpin

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Dr Andy Galpin joins us today to talk SCIENCE. He is a Professor of Kinesiology at the Center for Sports Performance at California State University, Fullerton. He has a PhD in Human Bioenergetics and is the founder and director of the Biochemistry and Molecular Exercise Laboratory.
Why do certain types of training programs work better than others? Why do certain people respond to certain types of training better than others?
Andy is a muscle scientist who studies muscle at the single-cell level all the way up to the performance to try to determine what happens in response to high intensity, high power, high velocity, high force exercise acutely and chronically.
He is best known for studying “human thriving”. What do we do to not just avoid being sick but how do we optimize? How do we thrive?  He spends time examining those that do that so that we really understand what we’re shooting for in terms of optimal health and performance.
In this episode, we chat about things like why we think of science the wrong way, why hypertrophy training is so critical for long term development, the diabetes of dopamine, what happens when we eliminate all stress, and so much more.
I admire his skill for communicating such complex topics in laymen’s terms. His new book Unplugged is taking the best seller’s list by storm. Make sure you support the message by grabbing a copy and leaving a review on Amazon!


Show Notes:
(5:10) –  Studying “human thriving”(10:43) – Why we think of science the wrong way(13:57) – Satellite cells and their correlation to recovery(24:53) – Hypertrophy training(30:24) – Exogenous testosterone(33:15) – Value of bodybuilding styled training(39:24) – Using hypertrophy to break plateaus(43:40) – What happens when you eliminate all stress(48:53) – Different ways to elicit stress(57:50) – Diabetes of dopamine(1:06:41) – Importance of communication skills

👋🏽  Connect with Andy:
Website: http://www.andygalpin.com
Instagram: @drandygalpin

👋🏽 Connect with me: 
Instagram: https://geni.us/HynXy
Website: https://geni.us/blyC
YouTube: https://geni.us/91tlD4
YT Channel for Clips: https://geni.us/NCi9Q3b


Inside The Mind with Misbah Haque 
Apple Podcasts: https://geni.us/vQVk
Spotify: https://geni.us/BTT4v


Pod Mahal 
YouTube: https://geni.us/9i4hcq
Apple Podcasts: https://geni.us/uOtra1
Spotify: https://geni.us/E6RyP
Instagram: https://geni.us/mUMm


Human Evolution Project
Apple Podcasts: https://geni.us/EJ2WNOd
Spotify: https://geni.us/oip2kK2


FREE Tools: 
Podcast Launch Checklist: https://geni.us/6cXxd
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1 hr 12 min