Where's CNBYE 6? Couldn't find it, is it just a typo? Is this really CNBYE 6? Would be a shame to miss a podcast...
I seriously gotta download all of them and listen to them on my way to class or work...people will stare at me for laughing out loud in the middle of a train but, hey, who cares right.Anyhow, thought I'd share this with you seeing as you always talk about how Jim and you have similar philosophies. Maybe you've seen it before though:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NdRTAcEaUO8It pretty much echoes what you say about beginner training all the time, and what you used on your daughter with great success. I'm gonna give it a shot when I start training some friends as well and see how it goes. It's a shame I didn't know this when I was a beginner, could've done a lot better than lifting 3x a week on basics (which, in turn, is probably better than just doing chest/tris/bis 6x a week like most beginners do but still).
When was CNBEH 6?
Oh well I guess it was 6. No one missed anything.
That pancaking in Skyrim or similar titles for me usually comes around when I just feel like the thing never ends and there is just too much mundane shit that it has you doing. Once I finished the Civil war and Dragon story line arcs, the quest left felt like filler. Not sure if that makes much sense, but spending a day look for ore to make best armor in the game when I've already kicked the dragon's ass just felt like a waste of time better spent watching Mortal Kombat porn
I haven't even finished the main quest. I need to do that.
I gotta say I love listening to you and Jamie just bullshit back and forth. Jamie is one argumentative motherfucker though -like for example when you laid down your Karate Kid theory. And it seems like you can never get through an episode without talking about Wilford Brimley and the BEETUS.
We have a pretty awesome time with it.
I endorse all forms of discussing the beetus. It's funny as fuck.
You SOB. You pooh-poohed me when I talked about doing hamstring work every day! Clearly you need to start taking advice from me with my one year of experience, ha!
I wouldn't do it everyday personally. Twice a week.
Totally. I'm doing it both sessions on a two-day split. Seems to be working out fine doing a bigger movement like RDL's or GHR on one day, and two- or single-leg variation the other day. I've gone a little heavy on the RDLs, but I've been getting 15 reps minimum on all the other movements.
edit: two- or single-leg curl variation, that is.
Quick thought on best video games, NHLPA 93. That game was dominant.
Awesome as always, Paul.Question for the next podcast:When it comes to recovery, do you guys think that what matters is the weight moved or the % of the max that weight is for the lifter?Explaining: lifter A has a 315 max squat and lifter B has a 405 max squat. Both lifters do a session of, say, 10x3 @ 85% of their 1RMs. Do you believe that lifter B is gonna have a harder time recovering because he moved more weight, or is it all relative, meaning both lifters worked just as hard and should recover equally. Of course we´re not talking extremes here, such as a 135lbs squat vs a 700lbs squat. Also, let's assume diet, sleep, etc are all in check, so we´re focusing solely on the weights.I really like the idea of having a guest every now and then. Maybe you guys could talk to Glenn Pendlay to see if he's game? I've see him on a lot of podcasts and he seems like a cool dude, so it shouldn't be an issue.Also, that would be an awesome oportunity to discuss that article he wrote a while back to T-Nation regarding explosive training for muscle mass. Very interesting stuff...Thanks for all the effort you put on the blog and the podcast, Paul.