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SHR # 1092 :: How To Use Cardio To Increase Muscle Gains PLUS CrossFit Endurance

Guest: Dr. Per Tesch & Brian Mackenzie

Dr. Tesch is working with NASA to unlock efficient ways to reduce and reverse osteopenia in zero gravity. What his group has discovered is a way to stimulate larger muscles from a resistance training protocol more efficiently. PLUS Mackenzie takes CrossFit to a new dimension when he pairs it with the needs of traditional endurance training to produce a faster endurance athlete that can dominate any sport.

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