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In this episode I interview Dr. Thomas Cowan, author of Human Heart, Cosmic Heart and Founding Board Member of the Weston A. Price Foundation. In this episode we dive into: The best foods, supplements, an exercise for cardiovascular health The myth about heart attacks, what actually causes them and what you can do to prevent them What "structured" Water is and why we need it You can listen to the episode on iTunes by clicking here or watching/listening below:  

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The Gluteus Maximus is the largest muscle in the human body by overall volume (and likely by strength/power ouput) and it is responsible for many movements of the human body. Walking, standing upright, running etc … these are all movements that the Glutes are involved with. Not to mention… if well developed, they contribute to the robust and aesthetic look many strive for. It’s also the muscle that you dread getting too sore, as you have sit on it all day. So how do you get more defined and muscular glutes? Could Occlusion training be the answer to more muscular and...

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When someone mentions arm muscles, it’s natural for most people to think of the biceps. That’s because the biceps are front and center when wearing a short sleeve (Or long sleeve) shirt. As a small muscle, they do not require as much work as major muscle groups, especially since they get hit pretty hard during a back workout. A biceps pump is probably the most satisfying feeling to any serious lifter, especially because it is usually the one muscle that you can really appreciate when you look in the mirror (depending on your workout clothing) after an intense set of...

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In this episode, Dr. McGill shares: his approach to helping people get out of back pain, exercises that may help, and common exercises to avoid for optimal back health.

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When most people think about making gains in the gym they immediately think of a program that involves moving massive amounts of weight. This dogma has been around for ages and it's led us to believe that the only way to truly gain size and strength is to lift as much weight as possible over time.  But that couldn't be further from the truth.  But before we dive into the best approach to gaining muscle and strength, let's first talk some science. Specifically, I want to talk some neuroscience with you. Yes, neuroscience. It's probably not a field of science...

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