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The Breaking Muscle Podcast

Sep 25, 2017

The life expectancy for the career of a top-level athlete in any sport isn’t very long. In a sport as rough on the body as track and field, it can be just a few years. For an athlete who is outspoken against the establishment to flourish as a professional for over a decade is almost unheard of.

But if you follow...


Sep 18, 2017

The rules of eating well aren’t complicated. We all understand the basic principles of portion control and macronutrient ratios, but for many of us, creating meals based on those principles just doesn’t work with our busy schedules. After you work, train, sleep, and heaven forbid spend a little time with your...


Sep 11, 2017

Everybody knows that nobody moves enough anymore. From our morning commutes, to our desk jobs, to the backup cameras in our cars, we have created a world where every new piece of technology seems to conspire to make us hold perfectly still as much as possible. All that holding still comes at the cost of lost physical...


Sep 7, 2017

Turn on the TV or the radio right now, and call up your favorite sports station. I guarantee that within minutes, you’ll hear someone spouting off a list of statistics about a team or player that’s meant to provide some sort of insight into their value, or why they won or lost last weekend. But Dr. Fergus Connolly,...


Sep 4, 2017

The world of strength training tends to be filled with burly, bearded, serious-looking men who scowl and grunt as they quote chapter and verse about why you should lift, train, eat, and live a certain way.
 
And then there’s Tony Gentilcore
 
Tony was a co-founder of Cressey Sports Performance, and is known for his...