Apr 3, 2019
Dr. James Bagley is a is an Assistant Professor of Kinesiology and Director of the Muscle Physiology Lab at San Francisco State University. With involvement in over 50 scientific articles, abstracts, and studies, Dr. Bagley is the go-to resource in the field of exercise science. Danny got to pick Dr. Bagley’s brain regarding the science behind muscle. They dive into the research behind muscle atrophy, hypertrophy, and flexibility. Dr. Bagley also drops a ton of knowledge on cutting edge micro biome research, why you may not be performing as well in the gym as you should be, why “old man strength” is a real thing, and how to prevent “sleepy butt syndrome.” This is an information packed episode!
Before their conversation, Danny dives into one of his favorite scenes in the movie “The Departed”, how to talk to your children if they aren’t having fun during their sports practice, and the story of his daughter’s orthodontist appointment. He also goes into the things he’s been doing to help get back into shape and rehab his plantar fasciitis. You also won’t want to miss Danny’s go-to April Fool’s Day joke he plays on his kids every year.
Here is where you can find each segment in case you want to skip around. Enjoy!
2:51 - Why Danny thought Dr. Bagley’s name sounded so familiar
6:45 - How to handle your child not having fun at practice
13:20 - Why kids have it easy at the dentist these days
14:59 - Listener Question: How to build a solid fitness baseline?
27:37 - Conversation with Dr. Jimmy Bagley
1:25:00 - Closing
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