Dr. Layne Norton, a renowned prep/physique coach and pro natural bodybuilder/powerlifter with a PhD in Nutritional Sciences teams up with fitness writer and pro trainer Sohee Lee to bring you Physique Science Radio. Bringing you evidence based fitness advice.
Layne Norton Analyzes The Game Changers on The Luke Thomas Show
Luke Thomas recently had me as a guest on his show to discuss the film "The Game Changers" on Sirius XM radio. We get into a lot of the claims and breakdown what my major problems with the film.
Physique Science Episode 36 - Greg Nuckols
In this episode we talk to Greg Nuckels. Greg is doing his Masters at UNC. Despite only being in the industry a short time, Greg has garnered a lot of acclaim as one of the brightest young minds in strength research. In this episode we talk to Greg about strength training, muscle growth, and fat loss as well as why people tend to want to buy into nonsense fads. To check out Greg's publication MASS with Dr. Mike Zourdos and Dr. Eric Helms visit http://www.laynemass.com
Physique Science Radio Episode 35 - Dom D'Agostino And The Ketogenic Diet
Professor Dominic D'Agostino of the University of South Florida joins Layne and Sohee to discuss the research on ketogenic diets. How do they relate to things like cancer, epilepsy, Alzheimers, and more. And are they really superior for weight loss?
Physique Science Radio Episode 34 - Andrew Pardue And The Metabolic Adaptation Experiment
Andrew Pardue conducted one of the first case studies examining metabolic adaptation in a competitive bodybuilder (himself) which has recently been published. He discusses the study and what he thinks are the best approaches to nutrition and minimizing metabolic adaptation.
Physique Science Radio Episode 33 - The Epic Collaboration
In this episode Layne and Sohee talk with Bret Contreras, Courtney King, and Steve Cook and CRUSH a lot of fitness myths. There are too many myths busted to type out, so you should just listen and enjoy.
BioLayne Guest Appearance on Mind Pump
Layne visits the Mind Pump guys to go 12 rounds with them on topics of nutrition, alcohol, and debauchery.
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There’s a lot of really good information that can help our population avoid this obesity epidemic. This is also a great podcast for personal trainer out there, that is looking for growth, information, and from others perspectives. The audio is pretty bad, but in my opinion, The information and topics outweigh it.
I agree about the ums and uhs. Podcasts should be smooth yet energetic to match the content.
I thought I was being hypercritical when I initially contemplated writing a review mentioning the severe need for brevity, but after reading the comments, I see it’s not just me.
If it’s not a digression, it’s the hour and a half (obviously exaggerating) lead into the point. That is how it feels though. I’ve listened to 4 different episodes and felt like this at several points.
This podcast is like an an hour worth of material with 12 mins worth of substance.
The narcissism is palpable but not quite bad enough to turn me off. Still gonna listen to more to be sure. Having said all that, I’m interested in your ideas lol.