Category Archives: Podcast

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Podcast 076: Melissa Davis – becoming a successful dieter as a woman

Steve interviews Melissa Davis who has a PhD Neurobiology and Behaviour, in addition she has a focus on combat sport & is highly competitive winning many championships. She is also a consultant for Renaissance Periodization and was one of the authors of the RP-produced book: “Renaissance Woman: Fat Loss, Muscle Growth and Performance Through Scientific…

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036: Revive to Stage – Season round up & the post comp transition

Hey guys welcome to another episode of Revive to Stage. Follow the journey of two natural bodybuilders as they make their way to stage, each week either Steve or Pascal will be interviewed going over their past two weeks. From their struggles, to their success, from their weight change to their training and also discussing…

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Podcast 075: Mike Israetel – Q&A: bodybuilding phases

Another exciting Q&A with Mike Israetel. We cover every phase a bodybuilder would go through and how to pick the right path for you. Get updates of when new podcasts come out straight into your inbox plus some free content by clicking here. We are on iTunes, so subscribe here. Or soundcloud here Time stamps: 01:15 What to do if you…

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Podcast 074: Laurin Conlin – The Evolution of Bikini

Steve talks to Laurin Conlin about the developments within bikini. Laurin is a IFBB Bikini professional and a Master’s candidate in Exercise Science. She is an online coach, entrepreneur and owner of LoCoFit LLC. Get updates of when new podcasts come out straight into your inbox plus some free content by clicking here. We are on iTunes, so subscribe here.…

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Podcast 073: Broderick Chavez – Coffee for health & performance

Broderick Chavez is the ‘Evil Genius’ is back talking about his favourite thing outside lifting weights, coffee! His company is Evil Genius Sports Performance (EGSP), which is also his vision. Broderick’s deepest intention for EGSP as well as himself is not to prove to you or anyone else that he is the singular outlet for truth,…

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033: Revive to Stage – how long should your contest prep be?

Hey guys welcome to another episode of Revive to Stage. Follow the journey of two natural bodybuilders as they make their way to stage, each week either Steve or Pascal will be interviewed going over their past two weeks. From their struggles, to their success, from their weight change to their training and also discussing…

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Podcast 072: Dr. Joe Klemczewski – Peak Week for Natural Bodybuilders

Dr. Joe by the age of twenty-seven he won his pro card with the World Natural Bodybuilding Federation (WNBF). He began weight training by the age of thirteen and he competed in his first bodybuilding contest at the age of twenty. Joe also has earned degrees in physical therapy, health, nutrition, health education, and literary journalism.…

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032: Revive to Stage – Training when sick & UKDFBA/NPA British Finals plans

Hey guys welcome to another episode of Revive to Stage. Follow the journey of two natural bodybuilders as they make their way to stage, each week either Steve or Pascal will be interviewed going over their past two weeks. From their struggles, to their success, from their weight change to their training and also discussing…

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Podcast 071: Mike Israetel – Q&A – Optimal lifting tempo & more

Another exciting Q&A with Dr. Mike Israetel, this week we cover optimal lifting tempos & more. Thanks for all the fantastic questions & remember to join our free facebook group here if you want to ask your question. Get updates of when new podcasts come out straight into your inbox plus some free content by clicking here. We are on iTunes,…

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Podcast 070: Lyle McDonald – Refeeds Revised

Lyle McDonald is back on the show, today we talk refeeds. He has been interested in all aspects of human performance physiology since becoming involved in competitive sports as a teenager. Pursuing a degree in Physiological Sciences from UCLA, he has spent almost 20 years of his life studying human physiology and the science, art and…

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