Episode 196: JFassBiceps.com
The cast is back together to get in heated debates about deloading, repackaging nutrition info, and much more!
- Still a few spots open for the BBB Online Discount
- The People People
- What’s up Leigh?
- Hello Kevin, Jon & Leigh. Enjoy the podcast.I use full body workouts (1 upper body push, 1 upper pull and 1 lower body movement) 3 x per week with 1 day of rest between. I rotate between sets of 5 and sets of 10. For example Mon – H push/pull & DL sets of 5. Wed V push/pull & lunge, sets of 10. Fri – H push/pull & GHR, sets of 10. Sun – V push/pull & Squat, sets of 5. Rinse & Repeat. By rotating my reps in this manner, am I by default incorporating deloading?
- This question has to do with Celiac “Disease”. I put it in quotes because the conspiracy theorist in me thinks it seems like a manufactured illness. I’m only 24 years old, but in my whole life I had never heard about it until the last 5 years or so. Now I personally know three people who have it, all diagnosed in the last 3 years… A 30 year old male, overweight, a woman over 75, generally good health and another woman in her early thirties, a little overweight. I’m just confused as to why it suddenly is so prevalent in our society… what are your thoughts? The below blog post got me thinking about it again:http://www.fourhourworkweek.com/blog/2010/09/19/paleo-diet-solution/Thanks in advance you guys, I hope this sparks some good conversation… unless of course you guys have already covered this, in that case I apologize for making you repeat yourselves.
Mark in SLC
- Hey Kevin and the rest of you guys. This questions for Jon.
For the last few months every time I internally rotate my leg with my foot planted on the ground my knee has been ‘clicking’, it would become particularly noticeable between sets when I squat. I have to admit that occasionally I’d actively do it on purpose too, clicking joints is a very bad habit of mine, but there was never any pain so I ignored it.
Last week though whilst squatting I experienced a sharp pain in my knee that made me cut my sets short and there’s been a noticeable pain constantly ever since. It’s not affecting my walking or day to day actions but its definitely noticeable and uncomfortable. I compete in Olympic Weightlifting and consider myself to have great squat technique, with zero valgus. Any insight to causes/prevention of this pain would be hugely appreciated! Thanks in advance, Rhys, in rainy England.