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Dr. Dave Maconi and Abel Csabai | ETP#7

February 16, 2021 Aaron Straker | Bryan Boorstein
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Dr. Dave Maconi and Abel Csabai | ETP#7
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Eat Train Prosper
Dr. Dave Maconi and Abel Csabai | ETP#7
Feb 16, 2021
Aaron Straker | Bryan Boorstein

On today's episode we have our first ever guests, Dr. Dave Maconi and Abel Csabai. Dave and Abel are both very knowledgable about training and nutrition and have valuable insights regarding each.

Topics Explored:

1. General thoughts on how much the genetic potential of strength and hypertrophy are related?

2. Conjecture on some potential "strength numbers" that genetically average people could expect to hit over a training career.

3. General discussion of epigenetics generation to generation (as well as whether there may be any potential impact from "nurture" throughout early part of life on muscular potential). What have we seen?

4. Training volume: It seems we have all gone from higher volume to a more moderate volume of training over the last few years.

5. Psychology of the “majority of days” being a certain way when dieting. The 5:2 (deficit/maintenance) Bill campbell approach versus a 2:5 approach (steeper deficit/maintenance) or even a 1:6 approach (fasted/maintenance)

Where you can find Dr. Dave Maconi ⬇️
Instagram: @dave_maconi
YouTube: Brains and Gains Podcast
https://drdavemaconi.com

Where you can find Abel Csabai ⬇️
Instagram: @ssdabel
YouTube: SSD Abel
https://abelssd.com

Nutrition Coaching with Aaron ⬇️
https://strakernutritionco.com
Instagram: @aaron_straker

Follow Bryan's Gym Programming ⬇️
https://evolvedtrainingsystems.com
Instagram: @bryanboorstein

Eat Train Prosper Socials ⬇️
Instagram: @Eat.Train.Prosper
YouTube: EAT TRAIN PROSPER PODCAST

Show Notes

On today's episode we have our first ever guests, Dr. Dave Maconi and Abel Csabai. Dave and Abel are both very knowledgable about training and nutrition and have valuable insights regarding each.

Topics Explored:

1. General thoughts on how much the genetic potential of strength and hypertrophy are related?

2. Conjecture on some potential "strength numbers" that genetically average people could expect to hit over a training career.

3. General discussion of epigenetics generation to generation (as well as whether there may be any potential impact from "nurture" throughout early part of life on muscular potential). What have we seen?

4. Training volume: It seems we have all gone from higher volume to a more moderate volume of training over the last few years.

5. Psychology of the “majority of days” being a certain way when dieting. The 5:2 (deficit/maintenance) Bill campbell approach versus a 2:5 approach (steeper deficit/maintenance) or even a 1:6 approach (fasted/maintenance)

Where you can find Dr. Dave Maconi ⬇️
Instagram: @dave_maconi
YouTube: Brains and Gains Podcast
https://drdavemaconi.com

Where you can find Abel Csabai ⬇️
Instagram: @ssdabel
YouTube: SSD Abel
https://abelssd.com

Nutrition Coaching with Aaron ⬇️
https://strakernutritionco.com
Instagram: @aaron_straker

Follow Bryan's Gym Programming ⬇️
https://evolvedtrainingsystems.com
Instagram: @bryanboorstein

Eat Train Prosper Socials ⬇️
Instagram: @Eat.Train.Prosper
YouTube: EAT TRAIN PROSPER PODCAST