Sport scientist, athletic trainer, strength coach, and product developer, Max Schmarzo talks with some of the brightest minds in sport performance, sport training, nutrition and sports science.
Max & Paul make a big announcement.
On this edition of StrongbyScience, the shows producer, Brendon Rider, talks with Max about a range of topics, including a live Q&A with Max's followers.
On this edition of StrongbyScience, Max speaks at the Rocky Mountain Strength & Conditioning Summit at Colorado State University. Presentation (00:01:28 - 01:09:49), question & answer (01:09:49 - 01:16:24).
Max chats with Tom Pazdernik, Director of Sports Performance at THORNE, on this edition of StrongbyScience.
On this edition of StrongbyScience, Max answers questions from listeners.
On this edition of StrongbyScience, Max talks about jumping higher (00:36), where to start with sport science (09:29), is power training only for athletes (15:44), allostatic load (21:12), and nutrient timing (25:30).
On this episode Max talks about the working effect of a muscle.
On this edition of StrongbyScience Max talks about using resistance bands (00:36), what strong enough means (07:32), neuromuscular power (10:33), contrast training (20:45), adaptive capacity (26:53), tendon training (35:48).
Max is joined by Gary Schneider & Drake Berberet on this edition of StrongbyScience.
Max talks about best practices for learning (00:37), personalized workout programs (08:24), most useful piece of gym equipment (17:38), Max's favorite exercise equipment (19:13), ice baths (26:32), and what interference is & the role it plays in training (27:32).
Max talks about cortisol, how to learn more from what you have (7:59), complicated versus complex systems (16:08), neuromechanical coupling, sleep & injury (22:02), supramaximal eccentrics (29:10).
Max answers more questions from listeners.
William Wallace talks with Max Schmarzo on this edition of StrongbyScience.
Max Schmarzo answers questions from listeners on this edition of StrongbyScience.
On this edition of StronbyScience Max talks with John Morley.
Max Schmarzo takes questions from listeners on this edition of StrongbyScience.
Cory & Max go through a mail bag of questions.
Max Schmarzo chats with Gary Schneider on this edition of StrongbyScience.
Max shares his thoughts on strength training on this edition of StrongbyScience.
Max Schmarzo talks with Cory Schlesinger on this episode of StrongbyScience.
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