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Eric Helms & Omar Isuf
Iron Culture
Iron Culture was started by Eric Helms and Omar Isuf as a means of exploring the world of physical culture and attempting to distill a unified philosophy of lifting and to help listeners find greater meaning from the iron. The lifting community has become fractured over the last ~70 years and this Podcast will attempt to explore the fundamental threads that unite these different tribes. The Podcast focuses on dispensing practical, useful information to the listener, bouncing from history, to philosophy, to contemporary lifting culture issues, to science. This can range from teaching the...
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4.8 stars from 1,232 ratings
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fantastic podcast and researchers It would be great if you linked all the studies you talk about. You do that with the vast majority, but the study that showed people getting very different numbers of repetitions with the same percentage of RM, I couldn't find. If you could please link it in...Read full review »
the cow ole via Apple Podcasts · Denmark · 05/15/24
A Podcast with Episodes
Iron Culture the podcast is important. This podcast is so important that life as we know it could not exist without it. It is an understatement to say that the fabric of the universe is dependent on Iron Culture. The hosts of the podcast have an undeniable integrity to produce rich content....Read full review »
VP983 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/01/24
Just cause
41560 🙂
FarrukhPQazi via Apple Podcasts · Spain · 04/10/24
Recent Episodes
To complement the recent appearance of Dr. Wes Goodman, we now have the founder of N1 Education, Coach Kassem Hanson to join us on iron culture to discuss applied biomechanics and anatomy for bodybuilding. We discuss the limitations of research, what might be considered fundamental features of...
Published 05/20/24
Published 05/20/24
Since the beginning of the iron game, different methods have been promoted as the best approach to train for “hardgainers.” Likewise, in the scientific literature, the variability in individual response is well documented, including the identification of “non-responders” and poor responders to...
Published 05/13/24
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