1471: The Truth About German Volume Training, the Dangers of Sweating for the Wedding, What to Do If One Side of Your Body Is Tighter Than the Other & More


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In this episode of Quah (Q & A), Sal, Adam & Justin answer four Pump Head questions about German Volume Training methods, “sweating for the wedding,” whether it is normal to want to sleep 30-60 minutes after a workout, and if it is common for one side’s leg muscles and hip flexor to be tighter than the other.

  • Sal’s COVID scare. (6:54)
  • The fascinating science behind the COVID-19 vaccine. (10:21)
  • The strange ways humans try to treat themselves. (14:01)
  • The bodybuilder with the greatest genetics of all-time. (19:33)
  • How the various fighting organizations are faring during the pandemic. (21:53)
  • Conor McGregor’s ‘fantasy land’ inside a watch. (23:37)
  • Oli Pop is blowing up! (28:32)
  • Mind Pump’s predictions on the future of the economy. (30:11)
  • Can the Government please take notes on the Barstool Fund?! (32:17)
  • Did the Simpsons write EVERY scenario for what has happened? (35:48)
  • The difficulties of not overtraining when you are on an energy high. (37:58)
  • Adam shares an update on his hormone replacement therapy test numbers. (40:37)
  • Public Goods, the future of direct-to-consumer shopping. (43:14)
  • #Quah question #1 – Thoughts on German Volume Training methods? (47:50)
  • #Quah question #2 – What's your take on the catchphrase, “sweating for the wedding,” as seen on social media? What is the alternative strategy, or mindset, for people who are preparing for a big event? (53:01)
  • #Quah question #3 - Is it normal to want to sleep for 30-60 minutes after a workout? (59:08)
  • #Quah question #4 - Is it common for one side’s leg muscles and hip flexor to be tighter than the other? (1:03:06)

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