Partial vs Full Range of Motion, Post-Training Heat Stress, & Their Effects on Hypertrophy with Dr. Dan Newmire
Dan Newmire is a professor at Texas A&M and has also competed as a successful bodybuilder, winning the superheavyweight class at 2012 NPC Junior USA Championships. Dan's research centers around the mechanisms behind hypertrophy and one of his specific areas of research is examining the utility of partial ranges of motion on hypertrophy compared to more conventional methods. He also is interested in the adaptations to resistance exercise and the effects of warm & cold immersion on recovery from resistance training. It is rare that a researcher such as Dan also has the same 'hardcore,' in-gym experience as many top bodybuilders. This gives him a unique perspective on what is useful for fat loss, muscle gain, and body composition. Don't miss this episode!
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