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Starting Strength is the bestselling book on the most fundamental and effective approach to strength training ever written. Mark Rippetoe hosts Starting Strength Radio where he discusses topics of interest, primarily to him, but perhaps also to you.
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Rip discusses why the Starting Strength method is the fastest and most efficient way to get strong. Technique shouldn't be a training variable.02:43 Rip and Rogan06:14 Comments from the Haters!19:26 What makes us different is analysis32:27 Normal movement determines lifts and efficiency39:33 Technique shouldn’t be a variable47:56 Picking on Olympic…
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Rip speaks with Mike Davis about the functioning of the rail system in the US, the personnel involved, the equipment used, the different types of trains, and more.00:49 Mike Davis02:33 The equipment/unions/divisions11:43 Power24:18 Efficiency and types of trains32:00 New railroads/cars and engines44:52 Materials48:35 Assembling the trains/unloading…
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Rip answers questions live from Starting Strength Network subscribers and fans.05:39 Comments from the Haters!14:10 Enhanced games24:34 Staying tight in the squat31:29 Hamstring injury and rehab 42:57 Starting out at 4152:38 Power clean over squat1:10:58 How bad is a shoulder replacement?1:15:15 Just come out dude1:19:18 Baseline strength for diffe…
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Rip talks to Brian Yarvin, author of The Ploughman’s Lunch and the Miser’s Feast, A World of Dumplings, and Lamb: A Global History, about his travels involving food. 00:28 Mutton08:27 British BBQ09:27 Brian Yarvin18:32 What is a carvery?22:23 British food isn’t bland28:50 Brian's travels with food32:44 Patrick O'Brian38:01 The Ploughman's Lunch and…
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Rip answers questions from Starting Strength Network subscribers and fans.00:59 Comments from the Haters!09:53 Setting records without lifting weight14:55 Equipped powerlifting22:56 Training after healing from surgery28:01 Carl took me to a gay bar29:14 Training after a hip replacement31:01 Figure 8 straps35:43 How to deadlift with flat plates37:47…
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Rip answers questions live from Starting Strength Network subscribers and fans.02:31 Comments from the Haters!09:16 Lifting with compromised abdominal wall16:37 Jake is still not eating enough33:54 Lat pulls as assistance43:46 Perks of being a subscriber45:55 Arguing with Rip54:51 Recovery needs1:13:08 Dropped shoulder…
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Rip answers questions live from Starting Strength Network subscribers and fans.01:54 Comments from the Haters!14:52 Things we like: Chester’s Chicken20:40 How the lifts compliment each other27:09 Leg drive too hard during bench33:22 Do you read fiction?39:10 A.I. and coaching56:09 Is it over?1:08:27 Forced to weight train…
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Rip has a conversation with Jim Steel, a renowned strength coach and frequent contributor to the Starting Strength website. Rip and Jim discuss the evolution of training, the importance of the barbell as a training tool, and the latest activities Jim is involved in.00:31 Jim Steel talks other writers04:38 Jim’s training history10:12 Feeding on the …
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Rip answers questions live from Starting Strength Network subscribers and fans.02:19 Trains - part 105:49 Comments from the Haters!13:15 Things we like17:36 I want to use my bar26:01 Trains - part 2/Expert talks41:10 Gaining and losing weight, still stalling46:27 4-day split over two weeks52:45 Books on shooting1:01:35 Young kids need to do the pro…
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Rip answers questions from Starting Strength Network subscribers and fans.03:58 Comments from the Haters!13:02 Guy tells Rip about water in sinks16:06 How does anemia affect training?21:31 Postpartum diastasis recti23:46 Rip’s thoughts on Dunkin’ Donuts coffee27:10 Do you think people are waking up?44:19 Butts are genetic47:18 Have haters ever beco…
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The human body does not change under suboptimal stress because it doesn't have to. The dogma ex-phys people are still pursuing is that higher reps produce better hypertrophy than sets of five with heavy weights. Hypertrophy is an increase in the size of muscles. The amount of weight lifted, aka intensity, is the primary driver of hypertrophy. 04:19…
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Ray Gillenwater talks to John Kawauchi (60 years old) about a past shoulder injury, how he rehabbed with Starting Strength, financial advice for preparing for retirement, and life insurance.01:35 Summary of John's shoulder injury04:44 Rotator cuff tear05:56 Everyday life with a shoulder injury07:50 Will's approach to PT11:06 Starting numbers16:18 R…
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The simplest way to improve your performance is to get stronger. Strength is the basis of physical performance. The Standard Model of strength and conditioning tries to blend practice and training and, therefore, does neither well.01:42 Comments from the Haters!12:03 Things we like19:54 Starr Rehab explained30:01 Two-Factor Model36:59 Being athleti…
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