Michael Rasile has conversations with athletes on their stories. From Gold Medal Winners to unfortunate injuries, for the amount of blood, sweat, and tears our athletes put in on a daily basis to be the best in the world, the least we can do is learn more about what they endure. Trials and tribulations, short comings and over coming the odds, these are the stories of Our Athletes from their mouth to your ears. DISCLAIMER: Our Athletes is not endorsed by or affiliated with the United States O ...
The Garage Gym Athlete Podcast was born from a community of underground athletes you've probably never heard of before. The idea for this show stemmed from Jerred Moon, the creator of Garage Gym Athlete programming, when he would do weekly coaching calls with Garage Gym Athletes. He found each athlete had such a unique story, an inspirational journey, and had overcome their own set of challenges that could help impact other athletes...but only if the stories could be told to all. The athlete ...
We have a unique study this week and our discussions on it. This study looked at how three different groups estimated their calorie consumption and which groups were most successful. Then we have our first group AMA (ask me anything) about being in a calorie deficit and losing strength.
This weeks study looks at the amount of protein is best for recovery and performance.
Jerred and Joe have a great chat with Caroline Miller and how she gets her training done when her location and gym situation changes regularly, and more.
This weeks study compares strength and hypertrophy gains with athletes who eat 3 meals or 6 meals a day in a calorie surplus. Then this weeks topic are marketing terms we thing you need to avoid or be aware of.
This week we are looking at a study that shows the importance and science behind a proper warm up.
This week Jerred and Joe are sitting down with Stephen McFall and how he's getting the work done in his basement gym without a barbell.
We made it to 100! That means we have reviewed 100 studies so we decided to pick out each of our favorite three that we have covered. Then we go over the answers to THE questions which get asked to everyone who gets interviewed on the podcast.
This week we are looking at periodization training.
WE WANT YOU.... to be on our podcast. Jerred and Joe talk about why you should come on the podcast. If you are doing our training and have not been on our podcast we want to chat with you. It's just a chat. hearing from our athlete gets us and the entire community fired up. You are more interesting than you think and everyone has a story so come an…
Its no secret we love (and do) concurrent training. This was a fantasist meta analysis that looked at a lot of concurrent training studies to see how they impacted untrained, moderately trained, and trained athletes to see how and if the interference effect changed based on fitness level.
This week we are looking at a study that examines how focusing on what muscles you are using can increase your results and performance.
This week we are talking to Robert Guillen and his journey in fitness. Robert has worked out in a garage for many years. He has quite the story including a lot of major injuries he has overcame and how he adjust his training now.
For those that have done Murph several times before and feel ready to set a PR, we go over some of our tips and things to consider when doing Murph and crushing it.
Couple weeks ago we looked at how keto I able to achieve hypertrophy and strength among other things. So now we wanted go to the other direction and look at a study that compared vegan and omnivore diets when doing strength and hypertrophy training. the results were similar but there is still a lot to unpack and caveats to consider when doing a veg…
This week we are looking at if cold exposure if best for recovery, if its worth it, and when it is best used.
We are back again with Gabe Byars. This is his second time on the podcast and the first time we skipped over some of his history but sure glad we got a chance to dive back in and hear about his heart issue when he was younger and how he overcame being told he cant workout.
This week we wanted to give some of our tips for progressing in murph and how you can succeed in completing your first murph, or first time with a vest. We have done this workout a ton and so have our athletes. So if you are interested in completing this for the first time or improving from the last time, check this episode out.…
This weeks study was very interesting and great for those who habitually take antihistamines. This study examined how taking antihistamines is blocking the inflammatory response your body produces when exercising and therefore stunting your results and fitness. They tested a lot of markers so definitely check this out if you are someone with allerg…
Can gains be in your head? If your head is more dialed in when you workout, you could see greater benefits. Check out this study discussion for more.
We have something new this week and its something we have wanted to do for a while. We have many medical professionals in our community so we wanted to sit down with one and answer some of our community questions from a doctors perspective and with their knowledge. We read a lot of studies but are not trained as medical professionals. So this is th…
Jerred has had several saunas at home. This week he's talking about his past ones and his few DIY projects, then shared why he sprung for a full barrel sauna.
We are always looking to get better here. Healthier, more fit, performing more optimally. This week we are looking at study that compares strength and performance between keto (extremely low carb) verses high carb. There are some takeaways on both sides but for performance, keto may not be the best. Then we give our top 3 nutrition tips…
This weeks study recap we are looking at how supplements actually effect us and which are junk.
This week Jerred is sitting down with Daniel Font and how he stays consistent. Also, we will now be posting these Thursday episodes video on our YouTube challenge so if you want to see our athlete and their garages, head over there.
This week we get a little deeper and were asked about imposter syndrome. Have you ever dealt with imposter syndrome? Ever feel like others perception of you doesn't match up to your own perception of you or how you feel?