209 episodes

Starting Strength Coaches Matt Reynolds and Scott Hambrick discuss all things strength. Follow the podcast @barbell_logic on instagram and join the Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/barbelllogicpodcast/. Contact Matt at www.barbell-logic.com @reynoldsstrong on IG, Twitter and Facebook. Contact Scott at www.barbell-logic.com @scott_silverstrength on IG.

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Starting Strength Coaches Matt Reynolds and Scott Hambrick discuss all things strength. Follow the podcast @barbell_logic on instagram and join the Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/barbelllogicpodcast/. Contact Matt at www.barbell-logic.com @reynoldsstrong on IG, Twitter and Facebook. Contact Scott at www.barbell-logic.com @scott_silverstrength on IG.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
730 Ratings

730 Ratings

Kw8706 ,

Great Content

Matt and Scott are very knowledgeable and able to clearly articulate the why and how of strength training. It’s been nice to see the show grow from the systematic approach that explained barbell training. The scope of the show has expanded to “infotainment” and a lifestyle podcast, but remains true to its original purpose. The topics range from introduction to barbell training for novices, programming philosophies, guest appearances with barbell brethren, and others that value “the refining process of voluntary hardship.”
Although there are breaks in the content for advertising, the show doesn’t feel like an advertisement for Barbell Logic Products. It’s clear that Matt and Scott are creating this content to for the benefit of the listeners. And this listener appreciates the message that they are bringing to the fitness industry- through podcast, YouTube, and articles.
-Kevin

Jack in MA ,

Clarity is King!

A big thanks to Scott and Matt for reviewing the whys and hows of strength training overall, and Starting Strength in particular with great clarity each podcast. As an older guy (57) new to lifting and following the SS model, I appreciate how they always contextualize the information they are providing so we listeners can use it in our particular training situation. Oh, and even though I have no interest in drinking whiskey, I enjoy listening to their banter about it at the beginning of each show -very entertaining!

Bluffs, Barbells, and Booze ,

Please stick to barbells and whiskey

Good podcast, Matt is great, Scott is not great. Ep. 201 was awful and I shut it off. You’ve preached about always pushing yourself to get stronger yet you criticize others for not “knowing” when to stop making money. Would you stop trying new whisk(e)y when you “think” you’ve had good enough whiskey? I listen for good info on lifting and occasional whiskey content, or maybe I should “know” when you’ve made enough good content and move on to something else?

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