Scientific Strength is an innovative podcast that deconstucts the science of strength training, health and fitness research. Learn how to improve training and performance with cutting edge research in the area of strength, health, fitness, and peak performance for today's athlete, coach, and the intelligent fitness enthusiast. Brought to you by Scott Iardella, MPT, CSCS, CISSN, strength coach, performance specialist, and former physical therapist. Each episode is dedicated to one study - taking the science to practical application to improve training results and performance. To find Scott online, go to RdellaTraining.com.
SS 022 | Weightlifting Vs. Kettlebell Training
Episode #22 of Scientific Strength.
In this episode we discuss a study comparing weightlifting vs. kettlebell training for strength, power, and body composition.
SS 021 | The Return of Scientific Strength
The Scientific Strength Podcast is back! After a long hiatus, I explain why I'm bringing this project back to life - and how we can all benefit from this short podcast. This episode is just a short "re-introduction" to the Scientific Strength podcast.
SS 020 | New Study Comparing Straight Bar Vs. Hex Bar Deadlifts
In this episode of Scientific Strength, we'll look at a new study comparing conventional straight bar deadlifts to hexagonal bar deadlifts. There's very limited research with this comparison, so this exciting new study sheds light on some of the key differences that are important to understand.
SS 019 | Bodybuilding Vs. Powerlifting When Volume Is Equal
The Scientific Strength Podcast is back! This week we'll discuss an interesting study comparing a bodybuilding training regimen to a powerlifting regimen to evaluate muscular adaptations in well trained men. When volume is equal - is one approach better? We'll discuss in Episode 19.
SS 018 | Is Sitting The New Smoking?
There is a SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT in this week's show, so be sure to take a quick listen about the future of Scientific Strength. We also discuss a landmark study about the health consequences of prolonged sitting. Is sitting the new smoking? We'll discuss this week on the show.
SS 017 | A Functional Test You Need to Know About
This week's show we'll cover a very simple and important functional test to assess general strength and mobility. Learn why this test is important and how we use it as a part of the functional performance process. This week on Scientific Strength.
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Making Science Easy to Understand
Scott does a great job, in a short amount of time (episodes are all under 15 mins!), breaking down some of the science and research in training. Great job again Scott!
I really like the short and to the point format Scott uses in this podcast. You can listen to several episodes or just get a quick hit of information.
I miss it
Bring it back, an awesome podcast on vacation