The Stronger By Science Podcast

The Stronger By Science Podcast Podcast

Greg Nuckols and Eric Trexler from Stronger By Science share evidence, anecdotes, and incoherent ramblings on training, nutrition, science, and life in general.

Fireside Chat #3: Style and fashion, defining moments, and food questions
Fireside chats are a collection of conversational, off-topic episodes hosted by Greg Nuckols. In Fireside Chat #3, Greg sits down with Eric Trexler to discuss their style and fashion preferences, reflect on a couple of defining moments in their lives, and answer a series of controversial food questions.If you’d like to ask questions or recommend topics for a future Fireside Chat, you can submit them at tiny.cc/sbsqa...

Fireside Chat #2
Fireside chats are a collection of conversational, off-topic episodes hosted by Greg Nuckols. In Fireside Chat #2, Greg sits down with Eric Trexler to discuss their biggest pet peeves and provide unreliable advice about dating and relationships.If you’d like to ask questions or recommend topics for a future Fireside Chat, you can submit them at tiny.cc/sbsqa...

Fireside Chat #1
Fireside chats are a collection of conversational, off-topic episodes hosted by Greg Nuckols. In Fireside Chat #1, Greg sits down with Eric Trexler to discuss television, film, and work-life balance. If you’d like to ask questions or recommend topics for a future Fireside Chat, you can submit them at tiny.cc/sbsqa...


Immune Function, Home-Based Workouts, Fat Burners, and Lifting with Long Limbs
The COVID-19 pandemic has had wide-ranging impacts, with some of those impacts relating to fitness. In today’s episode, Greg and Eric discuss the small, free, easy things you can do to support normal immune function, and how to construct some effective home-based workouts with little to no equipment. After that, they debut a “Good News” segment, which we all could use, followed by a Q&A segment that includes questions about protein intake, lifting with long limbs, eating to support injury prevention (or rec...

Immune Function, Home-Based Workouts, Fat Burners, and Lifting with Long Limbs
The COVID-19 pandemic has had wide-ranging impacts, with some of those impacts relating to fitness. In today’s episode, Greg and Eric discuss the small, free, easy things you can do to support normal immune function, and how to construct some effective home-based workouts with little to no equipment. After that, they debut a “Good News” segment, which we all could use, followed by a Q&A segment that includes questions about protein intake, lifting with long limbs, eating to support injury prevention (or rec...

Heart Rate Variability, Antagonist Stretching, and Chrononutrition
Greg and Eric’s plans to morph the show into a political podcast have met an untimely end, but the show must go on. In today’s episode, they discuss some totally unsubstantiated claims about the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, followed by some impressive Feats of Strength. After that, Eric shares a research review about how the timing of your meals may alter the metabolic response to feeding, then Greg shares a research roundup about energy expenditure during times of vigorous mental effort, antagonist...


Heart Rate Variability, Antagonist Stretching, and Chrononutrition
Greg and Eric’s plans to morph the show into a political podcast have met an untimely end, but the show must go on. In today’s episode, they discuss some totally unsubstantiated claims about the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, followed by some impressive Feats of Strength. After that, Eric shares a research review about how the timing of your meals may alter the metabolic response to feeding, then Greg shares a research roundup about energy expenditure during times of vigorous mental effort, antagonist...

Antioxidants, Injury Risk Factors, and the Conjugate Method
We’re back with a new episode after a week of exhausting President’s Day and National Sticky Bun Day celebrations. In today’s episode, Greg shares some Feats of Strength, along with an announcement about how to participate in a Reddit Program Party featuring his new program, Average to Savage 2.0. This episode also features discussions about two new articles on the website; one article discusses everything lifters would want to know about antioxidants, and the other discusses which factors influence injury ...

Metabolic Rate, Artificial Sweeteners, Electromyography, and Non-Failure Training
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Greg and Eric are back with another episode. First, Greg shares some recent Feats of Strength. Next, Greg & Eric answer some listeners’ questions about topics such as resting metabolic rate prediction equations, electromyography, vitamin D and fish oil supplementation, standing desks, and more. That’s followed by a Research Roundup segment, which covers recent research on plant-based proteins, training shy of failure, and artificial sweeteners, in addition to a critical rev...


Cell Swelling, Genetic Ceilings, Touch-and-Go Deadlifts, and Load-Specific Adaptations
Greg and Eric are back with the second episode of Season 2, and it’s a great one. First, the guys discuss a ton of remarkable Feats of Strength from the last few weeks. Next, Greg & Eric answer some listeners’ questions about topics such as fat-free mass index, pre-workout nutrition, building strength without adding muscle, and whether or not you should use touch-and-go reps while deadlifting. That’s followed by a Research Roundup segment, which discusses some fascinating new articles about the relationship...

Doping, Collagen, Goals, and Hyperplasia
We’re back from our winter break with an excellent episode to kick off Season 2. This episode features an important update from the Game Changers cinematic universe, and some incredible feats of strength involving athletes with unbelievable longevity in a variety of physically demanding sports. Greg discusses a new documentary with some explosive allegations about doping in weightlifting, and then we get into some science-heavy segments with a Q&A and a Research Roundup. Topics include collagen supplementat...

Year in Review, Effective Reps and Antioxidants Revisited, Behavior Change, and Mike Tuchscherer
The final episode of the year begins with a brief recap of the wins and losses we experienced in 2019, and an announcement about our podcasting plans for 2020. After that, Greg shares some Feats of Strength, along with a “Hot Off the Presses” segment about recent research on the effective reps concept and antioxidant supplementation. In addition, Eric discusses some key behavior change theories to help you (or your clients) successfully modify their health-related habits and behaviors in 2020. Finally, Greg...


Q&A: Myonuclei, Sodium Bicarbonate, Bands For Hypertrophy, and More Game Changers
In today’s episode, Greg and Eric field listener questions about how the myonuclear domain theory relates to hypertrophy, sodium bicarbonate supplementation, using bands for hypertrophy training, and more. In addition, Eric defends his honor, his integrity, and his original review of the Game Changers movie in response to harsh criticism.  If you want your questions answered on a future episode, you can submit them using the following link: tiny.cc/sbsqa TIME STAMPS0:00:44 What is Greg's take on the current...

Fructose, Knee Sleeves, Weight Loss Variability, and James Krieger
Greg kicks off the episode with an insincere but legally valid apology, followed by some impressive feats of strength. Then, Eric covers a brand new fructose study in a new segment called “Hot Off the Presses,” and Greg shares some new research related to knee sleeves. After that, Eric has a big Research Roundup segment about why some people struggle to lose weight, and Greg provides some tips to help you perfect your turkey roasting. Finally, Greg and Eric interview James Krieger about topics including the...

Q&A: High Protein Diets, Hardgainers, Exercise Variety, and Bone Adaptations
In today’s episode, Greg and Eric field listener questions about the use of machines versus free weights, the importance of exercise variety, why some “hardgainers” struggle to gain weight, some interesting physiological roles of bone, and much more. To finish off the episode, Greg and Eric share some advice on how aspiring students can obtain good letters of recommendation, and how to make your way into the world of research.  If you want your questions answered on a future episode, you can submit them usi...


Glycogen Loading, Lower Back Pain, PowerBuilding, and Physical Culture with Ben Pollack
Greg kicks off the episode with some incredible feats of strength, followed by an enormous Research Roundup segment. Topics include glycogen depletion and loading, coffee as a pre-workout supplement, lower back pain, a phototherapy update, and more. Finally, Greg and Eric interview Ben Pollack, who tells us all about powerbuilding and the history of physical culture.To take advantage of our big MASS Black Friday sale (Nov 25 - Dec 2), head over to https://www.strongerbyscience.com/mass/ TIME STAMPS0:01:29 F...

Q&A: Bands, Chains, Useful Supplements, and Tweaking Your Program
In today’s episode, Greg and Eric field listener questions about protein powders, accommodating resistance (bands, chains, etc.), pull-up technique, how to tweak your training program to break through plateaus, and much more. To finish off the episode, Greg and Eric share their perspectives on the most useful, evidence-based supplements.  If you want your questions answered on a future episode, you can submit them using the following link: tiny.cc/sbsqaTo take advantage of our big MASS Black Friday sale (No...

Q&A: Bands, Chains, Useful Supplements, and Tweaking Your Program
In today’s episode, Greg and Eric field listener questions about protein powders, accommodating resistance (bands, chains, etc.), pull-up technique, how to tweak your training program to break through plateaus, and much more. To finish off the episode, Greg and Eric share their perspectives on the most useful, evidence-based supplements.  If you want your questions answered on a future episode, you can submit them using the following link: tiny.cc/sbsqaTo take advantage of our big MASS Black Friday sale (No...


Protein, Fiber, Phototherapy, and Intro to Strongman with James Deffinbaugh
In this episode, Greg and Eric have no idea what a new discovery about lactate means, but it seems important. Greg shares some impressive feats of strength, followed by a research roundup segment in which Eric discusses protein intake, sodium bicarbonate supplementation, dietary fiber, and more. After that, Greg gives an overview of the research pertaining to phototherapy or laser therapy, and shares some tips for baking really good bread. Finally, Greg and Eric interview pro strongman James Deffinbaugh, wh...

Q&A: Rest Periods, Deadlifts, Bulking, and Hypertrophy for Powerlifters
In today’s episode, Greg and Eric field listener questions about how much time powerlifters should spend training for hypertrophy, how frequently to bulk, optimal rest periods for strength and hypertrophy, whether or not you need to be doing deadlifts or deadlift variations for physique-related goals, and much more. To finish off the episode, Greg shares some tips on how aspiring fitness professionals can improve their writing skills and start getting published.On a related note, we recently rolled out a ne...

The Game Changers, Vegan Diets, Foam Rolling, and Keto with Michael Hull
In this episode, Greg and Eric judge a carnivore diet book by its cover. After feats of strength, Greg and Eric discuss “The Game Changers,” a recent documentary with some bold claims about vegan diets, followed by a Research Roundup segment in which Greg discusses recent studies about foam rolling and training. Finally, Greg and Eric interview Michael Hull from Examine.com, who tells us all about the pros and cons of ketogenic diets. TIME STAMPS0:00:54 In-depth book cover review: carnivore diet edition0:07...


Q&A: Carbs, Sodium, and Experimenting with Your Training
In today’s episode, Greg and Eric field listener questions about carbohydrate intake, sodium intake, training to improve speed or strength-endurance, experimenting with training styles and variables to find out what works for you, the minimum necessary volume per session, and more. To finish off the episode, Greg and Eric discuss Bayesian statistics, and how to start a fitness career without a formal academic background in exercise or nutrition.If you want your questions answered on a future episode, you ca...

Red Meat, Deloads, and Pain with Dr. Michael Ray
0:00:38 Thorough report on whether or not Iceland is windy (it is)0:02:02 Feats of Strength0:14:14 Research Review: Red meat and processed meatPaper discussed: https://annals.org/aim/fullarticle/2752328/unprocessed-red-meat-processed-meat-consumption-dietary-guideline-recommendations-fromFor more reading, an examine.com article on the paper: https://examine.com/nutrition/red-meat-is-good-for-you-now/1:01:50 Coach’s Corner: DeloadsDiscussion covers why, when, and how to implement deloadsStudies discussed:htt...

Q&A: BCAAs, Mini-Cuts, Sex Differences, and First Meet Tips
In today’s episode, Greg and Eric field listener questions about branched chain amino acids, mini-cuts, potential differences between males and females, tips for your first powerlifting meet, and more. To finish off the episode, Greg and Eric discuss their favorite quad exercises for building up big legs and a big squat. Remember: We have a NEW process for submitting questions! If you want your questions answered on a future episode, submit them using the following link:tiny.cc/sbsqa TIME STAMPS0:00:56 How ...


Q&A: BCAAs, Mini-Cuts, Sex Differences, and First Meet Tips
In today’s episode, Greg and Eric field listener questions about branched chain amino acids, mini-cuts, potential differences between males and females, tips for your first powerlifting meet, and more. To finish off the episode, Greg and Eric discuss their favorite quad exercises for building up big legs and a big squat. Remember: We have a NEW process for submitting questions! If you want your questions answered on a future episode, submit them using the following link:tiny.cc/sbsqa TIME STAMPS0:00:56 How ...

Reading Research, the Placebo Diet, Muscle Memory, and Alex Kolliari-Turner
In this episode, college football makes its first ever appearance in the “Feats of Strength” segment. Then, Greg and Eric share some practical tips for evaluating and interpreting exercise and nutrition research, Eric shares a Read of the Week segment about the placebo effect of believing you’re on a diet, and Greg discusses training lift variations that are different than your competition lifts. Finally, Greg shares his onion jam recipe, followed by an interview with Alex Kolliari-Turner, who tells us abou...

Reading Research, the Placebo Diet, Muscle Memory, and Alex Kolliari-Turner
In this episode, college football makes its first ever appearance in the “Feats of Strength” segment. Then, Greg and Eric share some practical tips for evaluating and interpreting exercise and nutrition research, Eric shares a Read of the Week segment about the placebo effect of believing you’re on a diet, and Greg discusses training lift variations that are different than your competition lifts. Finally, Greg shares his onion jam recipe, followed by an interview with Alex Kolliari-Turner, who tells us abou...


Q&A: Fasted Training, Training Frequency, and How Much Research is Enough?
In today’s episode, Greg and Eric field listener questions about fasted training, peaking for meets, recovering from a diet, training frequency, and more. To finish off the episode, Greg and Eric discuss how much evidence is needed before they consider applying a new strategy to their own training or coaching. As we mention in this episode, Alex Kolliari-Turner is currently recruiting participants for a study on how muscle myonuclei numbers change during and after steroid use. For 2019 data collection, Octo...

Q&A: Fasted Training, Training Frequency, and How Much Research is Enough?
In today’s episode, Greg and Eric field listener questions about fasted training, peaking for meets, recovering from a diet, training frequency, and more. To finish off the episode, Greg and Eric discuss how much evidence is needed before they consider applying a new strategy to their own training or coaching. As we mention in this episode, Alex Kolliari-Turner is currently recruiting participants for a study on how muscle myonuclei numbers change during and after steroid use. For 2019 data collection, Octo...

Effective Reps, Antioxidants, Optimal Training Volume, and Lauren Colenso-Semple
In this episode, Eric Trexler formally announces that he is a different person than Eric Helms. Greg shares some impressive feats of strength, Eric shares a Research Review segment about how antioxidants relate to nitric oxide and hypertrophy, and Greg tells us all about his new article on the concept of “effective reps.” Greg and Eric also interview Lauren Colenso-Semple, who tells us about muscle fiber types, her recent study on training volume for resistance-trained females, and the optimal Doritos flavo...


Effective Reps, Antioxidants, Optimal Training Volume, and Lauren Colenso-Semple
In this episode, Eric Trexler formally announces that he is a different person than Eric Helms. Greg shares some impressive feats of strength, Eric shares a Research Review segment about how antioxidants relate to nitric oxide and hypertrophy, and Greg tells us all about his new article on the concept of “effective reps.” Greg and Eric also interview Lauren Colenso-Semple, who tells us about muscle fiber types, her recent study on training volume for resistance-trained females, and the optimal Doritos flavo...

Q&A: Dreamer Bulks, Concurrent Training, Recovery Modalities, and Valuing Research
In today’s episode, Greg and Eric field listener questions about the optimal rate of weight gain while bulking, rep ranges for hypertrophy, soreness, concurrent training, recovery modalities, and more. To finish off the episode, Greg and Eric explain why research should still broadly be valued and utilized, despite the likelihood that there’s some pretty low-quality research hiding within the overall body of literature.Remember: We have a NEW process for submitting questions! If you want your questions answ...

Q&A: Dreamer Bulks, Concurrent Training, Recovery Modalities, and Valuing Research
In today’s episode, Greg and Eric field listener questions about the optimal rate of weight gain while bulking, rep ranges for hypertrophy, soreness, concurrent training, recovery modalities, and more. To finish off the episode, Greg and Eric explain why research should still broadly be valued and utilized, despite the likelihood that there’s some pretty low-quality research hiding within the overall body of literature. Remember: We have a NEW process for submitting questions! If you want your questions ans...


Changing Your Mind, Internet Arguments, Metabolic Adaptation, and Leigh Peele
In this episode, Eric has some grievances to get off his chest, and Greg and Eric team up on “Feats of Strength” to highlight some impressive lifts and pay tribute to a legend. Eric has a Coach's Corner segment about some practical aspects of metabolic adaptation during weight loss, and a new “Question of the Day” segment challenges Eric and Greg to share some ideas they’ve changed their mind about throughout their careers. Finally, Greg shares some cooking tips for making macro-friendly (but flavorful) ste...

Q&A: Keto, Rapid Fat Loss, Deadlifts, and Faulty Movement Patterns
In today’s episode, Greg and Eric field listener questions about the keto diet, rapid fat loss, carryover between squat and deadlift, corrective exercises for faulty movement patterns, and much more. To finish off the episode, Greg and Eric share some great reading materials for trainers looking to expand their training knowledge, and some tips for students hoping to excel academically. Remember: If you want your questions answered on a future episode, submit them using one of the following links: https://w...

Sleep, Response Heterogeneity, and Dr. Brandon Roberts
TIME STAMPS 0:00:40 Feats of Strength 0:21:26 Research Review: myostatin, follistatin, the hormone hypothesis, and sleep’s effects on fat loss Studies discussed: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31240397 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11782267/ https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21327794 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29257792 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20921542 0:49:32 Research Roundup: sleep’s effects on performance, and new research on caffeine and sleep quality Studies discussed: ...


Q&A: Warming Up, Calculating Volume, Assessing Fatigue, and Creatine Non-Responders
Remember: If you want your questions answered on a future episode, submit them using one of the following links: Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. TIME STAMPS 0:00:49 What is the best way to calculate volume for hypertrophy training? 0:10:23 How does marijuana affect recovery from strength and hypertrophy training when it’s smoked, eaten, or vaped? 0:24:06 How important are warm-ups, and what constitutes an effective warm-up? What are some common misconceptions about warm-ups? 0:37:26 Is it beneficial to in...

Bench Press, Intermittent Fasting, Body Composition Testing, and Dr. Grant Tinsley
TIME STAMPS 0:00:45 Greg advertises his new premium service for up-and-coming fitness professionals 0:05:16 Feats of Strength (In Memoriam): Gene Rychlak 0:09:23 Coach’s Corner: Bench press tips 0:10:27 Squeezing the bar 0:12:05 Falling into the bench to lock out 0:19:55 The history of intermittent fasting in the fitness world 0:26:49 What research has taught us about intermittent fasting and time-restricted feeding Meta-analyses on intermittent fasting strategies: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/294196...

Q&A: Lifting Shoes, Alcohol, and Over/Underrated Exercises
Remember: If you want your questions answered on a future episode, submit them using one of the following links: Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. TIME STAMPS 0:00:41 Is there any benefit of adding electromyostimulation (EMS) to your training for strength or hypertrophy? If so, how should it be used? Relevant studies: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21993042 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22067247 0:07:32 What are the effects of alcohol consumption on body composition? 0:19:44 I’ve been lifting fo...


Coaching Cues, Fat-Free Mass Index, Non-Responders, and Dr. Brad Dieter
0:00:41 The Stronger By Science Media Empire expands to SoundCloud, joining the likes of Lil Yachty, Lil Uzi Vert, Lil Pump, and Takeshi 6ix9ine 0:01:27 Feats of strength 0:10:32 Coach’s Corner: Using over-exaggerated cues. The MASS article that was referenced. The research article it was based on. 0:22:50 Research Roundup 0:23:14 Fat-free mass index. Studies discussed: one, two. 0:34:45 Dietary nitrate. Studies discussed: one, two. 0:44:11 Caffeine. Studies discussed: one, two. 0:53:09 Statistics. Studie...

Q&A: Hormonal Contraceptives, Rates of Weight Loss/Weight Gain, Timeline of Training Adaptations
Remember: If you want your questions answered on a future episode, submit them using one of the following links: https://www.facebook.com/gregory.nuckols/posts/10156245869443779 https://www.instagram.com/p/Bx0ugZHl1GV/ https://twitter.com/GregNuckols/status/1131711576426389513 TIME STAMPS 0:00:41 – USA > The Netherlands 0:03:12 – How do birth control and menstrual cycle hormones affect periodization? Should I program with that in mind? 0:12:02 – If you’re trying to lose fat but maintain performance, what is...

Drug Testing, New Supplement Research, Squat Science, and Dr. Eric Helms
Time stamps: 0:00:28 Addressing the ludicrous allegations that we didn’t create the first ever fitness podcast 0:03:05 Addressing the very true allegations that we are mad at Omar Isuf and Eric Helms 0:05:44 Feats of strength; Greg forgets that Brian Shaw is American 0:18:53 A discussion on drug testing in sport Papers discussed: Cohen et al 2014, Van Wagoner et al 2017 0:40:10 Research round-up: New studies on protein and overfeeding Papers discussed: Charidemou et al, Kassis et al, Johannsen et al. 0:55:...


Q&A: CBD, Junk Volume, Eccentric Training, and Building a Following in Fitness
Remember: If you want your questions answered on a future episode, submit them using one of the following links: Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. TIME STAMPS 3:31 “What is your opinion on CBD?” 10:07 “Does volume or intensity drive strength gains?” 20:10 “Is ‘junk volume’ a real thing?” 23:53 “If we say that metabolite accumulation may play a causative role in hypertrophy, shouldn’t that mean that supplements designed to enhance the pump actually increase hypertrophy?” 39:14 “I’ve read that having a lower ...

Caffeine and Health, Sex-Based Caffeine Differences, and IPF World Champion Natalie Hanson
Time stamps: 1:01 Fitness podcasters: you’re on notice 3:01 Feats of strength 15:38 Research Review. “25 cups of coffee per day is not unhealthy”- any truth to this? Study abstract 19:43 Who the hell is drinking 25 cups of coffee a day? 21:09 What happens when you turn a continuous variable into a grouped variable? 33:43 Is caffeine bad for heart health? 35:18 What’s the highest daily caffeine dose that seems to be okay? 37:52 What factors affect caffeine metabolism and the relationship between caffeine and...

Q&A: Dropping Weight, Building Strength to Promote Hypertrophy, and Training Around Pain
Remember: If you want your questions answered on a future episode, submit them using one of the following links: Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter. TIME STAMPS 0:57 “Is there any carry over or need to develop strength in the 1-5 rep range in order for that strength to be carried over into the 8-12 rep range for hypertrophy promotion?” Meta-analysis of high load vs. low-load training; similar hypertrophy in spite of different strength gains. Also worth noting that the theory behind reverse linear periodizatio...


Supplement Regulation, Steroids, and Rick Collins, Esq.
To keep up with Rick Collins and all of his work in the realm of steroid and supplement law, check him out on Facebook, Instagram, his website, or his regular column in Muscular Development magazine. TIME STAMPS 0:36 Eric is sick of being called “The Next Bo Jackson” 5:50 Greg shares some feats of strength 27:39 Eric defends himself against baseless accusations of methamphetamine use 30:08 How exactly are dietary supplements regulated by the government? Note: For more information on this topic, be sure to c...

Q&A: Beltless Training, Leucine, and the Health Benefits of Strength
Stronger By Science will now be releasing an episode every single week. Every other episode will be a “Question & Answer” (Q&A) episode, in which Eric and Greg answer questions submitted by listeners. If you want your questions answered on a future episode, please submit them using any of the following links: Facebook post Instagram post Twitter post Timestamps 1:30 Should you change the way you train as you approach the age of 40 (and beyond)? How and why do performance and recovery change as we age? 11:42...

Sex Differences in Fatigue and Recovery, and Dr. Jason Cholewa
Timestamps 00:02:09 Introducing Master Greg Nuckols 00:06:06 Eric was confused at The Avengers: Endgame 00:09:44 Feats of Strength: John Haack, Marianna Gasparyan 00:16:35 Background and rationale for Greg’s study (fatigue and recovery differences between men and women) 00:32:26 Study design and methods for Greg’s study 00:42:18 A summary of the results of the study 00:46:38 How do Greg’s results apply to “real world” training? 00:52:33 To Play Us Out: Advice for pursuing a degree in Exercise Science 01:06:...


Creatine, Genetics, and Dr. Peter Fitschen
Outline and Timestamps 0:00:00 Preview of today’s topics 0:01:15 Introductions 0:02:38 Format of the podcast and (low) expectations 0:10:59 Discussion on the link between creatine and hair loss 0:17:48 Summary of study linking creatine to hair loss 0:24:16 Does an increase in DHT necessarily mean more rapid hair loss? And how does this relate to anabolic steroids and hair loss? 0:26:28 Interesting theories from the hair loss literature 0:31:40 The interaction between caffeine and creatine, and gastrointesti...