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Welcome, fitness enthusiasts, to another empowering episode of Truth Not Trends, the podcast that cuts through the noise and brings you evidence-based insights into the world of strength and conditioning.
That’s right, folks! And today, Liam “TAKU” Bauer and Jesse Schmidt are diving deep into the realm of low volume and frequency strength and conditioning programs. Episode 154 is all about pushing the boundaries, asking the question, “How low can you go?” We’re going to explore the science, the myths, and the practical applications of embracing a less-is-more approach to your workouts.
Whether you’re a seasoned gym-goer or just starting your fitness journey, this episode promises to challenge your perspectives on training frequency and volume. Get ready for a no-nonsense discussion on optimizing your workouts for maximum results with minimal time commitment.
So, if you’ve ever wondered if less time in the gym could lead to more gains, or if you’re curious about the sweet spot for training frequency, you’re in for a treat. Stick around as we unravel the truths and trends behind low volume and frequency strength and conditioning programs.
t’s time to cut through the confusion, debunk the myths, and get down to the nitty-gritty of efficient and effective training. Welcome to Truth Not Trends, Episode 154 – “How Low Can You Go?” Let’s roll!