Two New Podcast Appearances

Two new podcast appearances are now posted.  In the first one, I talk with Dave Smith on measuring fat loss progress, and why the scale alone is not always a reliable metric.  We go into why you can't concern yourself too much with short-term fluctuations in weight, and how best to measure your progress.  If you don't want to listen to my sexy voice, you can read the transcript in the link.


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I was also on with Jacob Schepis, where we talked about set volume and muscle hypertrophy.  I gave a brief glimpse into my recent Set Volume Bible that I wrote for my Research Review subscribers.

Interview With James Krieger - Review Of The Set Volume Bible | JPS Podcast Ep 28

Interview With James Krieger - Review Of The Set Volume Bible | JPS Podcast Ep 28

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6 years ago

Any thoughts on those all-in-one body scanners that measure fat, bone density, etc?

What about Heart-Rate-Variability monitors (ex. Oura ring)?

Keto Meters (either urine, breath, or blood)?

Continuous sugar monitors ( ex. Dexcom G5 ) ?

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