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EP 108 – Food and Food Prep

November 20, 2017 by in category Podcast

Today we are talking about food and food prep – macros, tracking calories, what to do about the holidays, reverse dieting, how does flexible dieting work, have we tried keto…all this good stuff! Have a happy thanksgiving and enjoy those calories!   Links mentioned in the show: Calorie King Avatar Nutriton IIFYM Check out this […]

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EP 106 – Providence

November 13, 2017 by in category Podcast

Today we are discussing the doctrine of providence.   What is Providence?   WLC 1:18  What are the works of providence? A. God’s works of providence are his most holy,(1) wise,(2) and powerful preserving(3) and governing(4) all his creatures; ordering them, and all their actions,(5) to his own glory.(6) (1)Ps. 145:17 (2)Ps. 104:24; Isa. 28:29 […]

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EP 105 – Kent Mosher

November 6, 2017 by in category Podcast

It’s member interview week and this week we are interviewing Kent Mosher, pastor of Table Church as well as a strength athlete. He’s currently squatting more than Dave (big accomplishment) and finishing up his undergrad. Some of the topics we discussed were: What drew you to powerlifting? You’re a pastor? Does lifting heavy help with sermon […]

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EP 104 – Johnny Layne

October 30, 2017 by in category Podcast

Johnny Layne is the USPA VP for the RAW division and runs a crazy amount of powerlifting meets as a meet director on the east coast. We were honored to pick his brain about the future of powerlifting as well as how he got involved in the USPA and what the USPA is all about. […]

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EP 103 – Austin Baraki

October 23, 2017 by in category Podcast

Austin Baraki Bio – Starting Strength Staff Coach is a resident physician in Internal Medicine at the UT Health Science Center at San Antonio, Texas. He received his doctorate in Medicine from Eastern Virginia Medical School in Norfolk, Virginia and his B.S. in Chemistry from The College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia. He […]

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Episode 102 The Reformation

October 16, 2017 by in category Podcast

With the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation we are going to discuss this time in history in more detail. Some of the topics covered include: What was the reformation? Who started it? Why is it relevant? Lets talk about some of the things we reformed from Indulgences Merits of the saints The Pope’s authority […]

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EP 101 – Powerlifters Guide to Periodization

October 9, 2017 by in category Podcast

This episode we go over an indepth article on periodization for powerlifters by Dr. Mike Israetel which can be found at the Juggernaut Training Systems website here. We cannot say enough great things about this guide. Dave learned the difference between micro, meso, and macrocycles. Everett and Janine debate over phase potentiation and Janine reads excerpts […]

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EP 100 – ASM recap w/James Deffinbaugh and Laura Anderson

October 2, 2017 by in category Podcast

EPISODE 100! We are delighted to have James Deffinbaugh and Laura Anderson to give us a recap on how the ASM 105kg and Strongest Woman in the World events went.  Day 1 Log Clean and Press for reps – 60 secs WT Men 105k – 325 Fatback Farmers – 60 sec., Athlete will carry farmers […]

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EP 99 – Visible and Invisible Church

September 25, 2017 by in category Podcast

Today’s episode we discussed the visible and the invisible church…and no this has nothing to do with H.G. Wells. Some of the discussion points that were covered included: Understanding the Visible/Invisible church distinction In Scripture In History As regards the Reformation Errors when it comes to this distinction The invisible church IS the visible church […]

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EP 98 – Weekly Gainz Strategies

September 18, 2017 by in category Podcast

This week we discuss an article from Greg Nuckols website, Stronger By Science.    This article was originally penned by Dr Mike Zourdos who has an extensive impressive history in powerlifting as well as a long list of educational credentials.  When it comes to load progression, many of us have done a few of these […]

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