Greg Nuckols and Eric Trexler from Stronger By Science share evidence, anecdotes, and incoherent ramblings on training, nutrition, science, and life in general.
Energy Deficiency, Training Frequency, and Beginner Gains
In today’s episode, Greg and Eric provide an update about MacroFactor, their forthcoming nutrition app that is in the final stages of development. They also cover a variety of topics including relative energy deficiency, diet recovery, training frequency, beginner gains, the “constrained energy model,” ideal durations for bulking and cutting phases, and more.
Responders, Non-Responders, and Fish Oil
In this episode, Greg and Eric provide a huge update related to the good news segment, some very impressive and potentially controversial feats of strength, and dueling research reviews about fish oil and distinguishing between responders and non-responders to training. They also answer some listener questions and congratulate the sport of baseball for becoming interesting again.
Capsaicin, Multivitamins, and Time Off
In today’s episode, Greg and Eric discuss some Good News and Feats of Strength, in addition to a quick update about the new nutrition app that is in development. After that, Eric has a Research Roundup segment that covers capsaicin supplementation for performance and ketogenic diets for hypertrophy. That’s followed by a Coach’s Corner in which Greg discusses how to navigate vacations and potential periods of time away from the gym. After that, Greg and Eric answer some listener questions, and Greg wraps up the show by telling his harrowing tale of undergoing a fitness assessment in a commercial gym.
Beta-Alanine, Training Frequency, and Strength for Hypertrophy
In today’s episode, Greg and Eric announce the hiring of two new SBS coaches and provide some exciting updates about the diet app that is currently in development. After that, Eric shares a Research Roundup segment with fascinating new findings related to beta-alanine supplementation, and Greg presents a Research Roundup covering topics including training frequency, sticking points, non-nutritive sweeteners, the effects of strength on hypertrophy potential, and more. Eric also shares some practical tips for modifying your pressing exercises in the presence of elbow and shoulder discomfort in a Coach’s Corner segment. Finally, Greg and Eric wrap up the show by answering a few questions from listeners.
In today’s episode, Greg and Eric answer a ton of questions from listeners. Topics include the relative impact of lifting and protein intake on muscle protein synthesis, strategies for dealing with suboptimal sleep patterns, how to handle anti-lifting advice from your doctor, nutrition strategies that may or may not reduce muscle loss during detraining, how hard you should train, studies they’d like to see completed, topics where their opinions are firmly against the common wisdom, and more.
Caffeinated Naps, Intuitive Eating, and Q&A Catch-Up
In today’s episode, Greg and Eric begin by sharing a Good News segment, followed by a series of updates and clarifications. After some Feats of Strength, Eric provides a Research Roundup segment with studies related to caffeine naps, intuitive eating, and metabolic adaptation to weight loss. After that, Greg and Eric lament the current state of peer-reviewed scientific publishing, and Greg catches up on a ton of Q&A questions from listeners.
Fantastic scientific approach paired with two great personalities
If you are into science and fitness, this podcast is 10/10. If data bore you, avoid this podcast entirely and don’t review it. These guys also have fantastic banter that makes even the most bookish concepts entertaining, and I respect what they are doing for the field tremendously. Highly recommend!
The strength and nutrition info is great…however they have a very narrow view of the world and are misinforming they’re listeners….will not waste my time….
Make more so I can up the dose
Amusing and intelligent. Clearly some other reviewers miss the sarcasm.
Please have Greg back again as a co-host.