Podcast de medicina con barra, episodio 17: aumento de peso, calorías y grasa corporal

www.barbellmedicine.com Jordan Feigenbaum, MD(@jordan_barbellmedicine.com) Austin Baraki, MD (@azb) [email protected] Marcas de tiempo 0:00-2:30 Revisión de preparación para la reunión 2:30-3:45 Introducción 3: 45-5:55 ¿Qué es la fuerza inicial? 5:55-10:30 Mantenimiento de peso 10:30-14:00 ¿Por qué no aumentamos de peso? 14:00-17:45 Escala GainzZz 17:45- 21:00 La Atlética Femenina 21:00-31:20 ¿Quién no debería engordar? 31:20-Fin de la ronda de relámpagos

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  1. @TheGreasyGamer

    How do I scale this up? I’m 6’3 225lbs squat 260, DL 295 Bench 210, press 115, still adding 5lbs no problem. I started 2.5 months ago at 205 lbs BW. I’ve gained a significant amount of muscle but I already had a dadbod belly when I started and it’s grown slightly. The recommendations are always for 5’7” what does that mean for a tall guy?

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  2. @ccstarz19

    not upset at all at Pearl Jam's "Black". One of the best songs of the 90's for sure and the best break-up song of all time.

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  3. @isaacstetson5720

    Dam dude I’m 5’10 140 I have videos of myself on my channel I feel underweight but to hear it called out like this kinda puts it in perspective

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  4. @zacklynch584

    Would appreciate your insight on this issue. I am a 6 foot male, 190 lbs. On NLP trying to gain a pound a week.
    Historically, I know I have not eaten enough. Probably averaged 120g of protein and 2,000 calories per day while being active (CrossFit 3-4 times per week). Even with this deficit for a long time, my body stayed at roughly 20% body fat. I am concerned that being at a caloric deficit for years is going to cause with my body properly adding weight with a surplus and eventually losing weight with a deficit. With going up to 3,000 calories and 200g of protein, I am barely gaining weight (showing me this is closer to my TDEE).

    Have you had experience with chronic undereaters who still retained a decent percentage of body fat?

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  5. @DrAdnan

    If Barbell Medicine starts a medical school, I'm going to try and transfer ASAP

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  6. @nes4833

    I would go to that school u guys were talking about

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  7. @MetalCooking666

    So I get the “juice isn’t worth the squeeze” argument in general terms, but I suppose I’m still not crystal clear on why it’s not something you can just take care of later. Is it really that risky to milk LP just for a few months and then stop? Is there just no effective remedial work you can do once you’ve exhausted LP?

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  8. @swiftla

    I'm 31. 6.5, 227lb. Waist round navel is 41inch. On LP. Should I lose weight? Squat 122.5 for 5. Bench 77.5 for 5. Press 55kg for 5. Deadlift 120kg for 5.

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  9. @JoshuaRusso

    Appreciate this. Over-40 overweight (5'10", 225) detrained early novice who needed some nuance amongst all the internet dogma. I was super focused on technique for a couple of months, but the lifts are starting to groove and I'm tired of carrying Quato around. This discussion helped me think maybe I can play with dialing back the calories some and still progress on the NLP with modest weight loss even if it's a little slower.

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  10. @JackgarPrime

    So I'm a novice, 6', 210. Therefore, it sounds like I should be eating either at maintenance or perhaps half a pound a week at most while doing the novice LP? Does it also make sense to eat slightly more on workout days, like say 200 calories extra, than I do on rest days?

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  11. @jaredvizzi8723

    Whew I’m 5’9” 141 lb. I have some work to do lol. Been on LP for one month. How does frame size come into play when talking about being “underweight”? My wrists are only 6.5” around and my waist is 32.25” Keep titrating the nuance. You guys are awesome.

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  12. @dickpiano1802

    19:00 people with high test have slow twitch dominance actually. I got you Feigenbaum

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  13. @Waqarali-rs1mc

    If you've been training a number of years and not a novice but underweight according to the gainzzz scale is it worth running LP again and gaining weight?

    I.e. I'm 5ft 9 170lbs squat 320 for 5 deadlift 415×5 and bench 200 for 5

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  14. @jake-TO

    I'm 5'10 and after 7 years of only running I was grade 3 lacking gains, but I've put on 25 lbs since then 😄

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  15. @aos1932

    how do you guys feel about non conventional lifts, like Jefferson deads, trap bar deads, zercher squats. You can load heavier on some of these lifts compared to conventional lifts. Under a starting strength regime ofcourse.

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  16. @Bozkurt-si9cz

    Is 5’11 80kg with about 15-17% bodyfat skinny by SS standards? Im unsure of whether to do GOMAD or if not a gallon maybe 2L. Age is 15 if that matters.

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  17. @chuck4096

    when y'all shipping gainz rx to Australia ?

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  18. @MrRogers413

    Black by Pearl Jam is a hell of a song, great pick Jordan. Austin's selection reminded me of when Mo Money Mo Problems came on at the gym and I said this takes me back to high school and one of my training partners said it was out before he was born…instantly old.

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  19. @ezra6546

    Hi Jordan, you an Austin often a talk about misdiagnosing stalling on linear progression and people transitioning to a intermediate program to early. I believe I've probably done this. I moved from LP about 3 months ago when my squat got stuck at 100 Kg and deadlift at 115kg (I'm 31 years old, 73 kg and 175cm). I moved to 531 (which i know you don't like) and feel I have a little bit of progress.

    I realise my stalling is due inadequate recovery resources, I've been studying for my anaesthesia primary exam which I've now passed, not eaten enough, and not gaining weight (I've been hesitant to gain to much weight too fast as I come from a pretty heavy family and worked hard through my 20s to not go the same way).

    So my question is – If you've come off LP to soon do you go back as if so from where?

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  20. @PinataOblongata

    Really surprised me to hear Austin say he tracked weight daily – wouldn't daily fluctuations give a much more inaccurate picture than, say, either a weekly reading or a weekly average from those days? Can you really say based off a reading at the end of the day that you didn't eat enough and need to smash a bit before bed? Would just taking a dump before the reading change it too much to be reliable to that degree? Thanks.

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  21. @jgbecker24

    Ok….Austin mentioned his elbows bothered him. I've been doing linear progressive strength work for the past year or so, eating a ton of nutrient-dense food, plenty of calories, about a 1/2 GOMAD, yada yada. The stronger I get, the more elbow pain I've been getting. Is this just the nature of the beast? I mean, is this ignorable pain? I'll back off for a week or so every now and again, but the pain eventually comes back when I start lifting heavy again.I'm 6'3", 210lbs, if that has any significance.

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  22. @SuperJonathanharris

    Hey Dr. F, what do you think about "slow carb" as a diet for bodybuilding/strength? It has helped me clean up my diet in the past, but almost always resulted in weight loss. My body seems to respond better to lower carb, though would probably keep peri-workout fast carbs in the plan. What are your thoughts? Love your work, thanks.

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  23. @methsaanwick2688

    how do skinny fat people over 40? eating is right, but fat distribution is wacked. and tests say hormones are normal ? Thanks for the video.

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  24. @Videous1000

    Can I please be in the barbell medicine medical school? It's actually not a bad idea

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  25. @TheSeandog1234

    Started lifting at 148, I'm 6'1''. I remember hearing advice that bulking was bad and it took me a long time to shake that. Still only 190 lbs, but I've come a LONG way.

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  26. @AK-ic1yj

    My question: Regarding nutrition, strength, and body composition, what is the minimum amount of tracking/monitoring required in your opinion? I would say 99% of the general population does not need to track macros or even calories. Would tracking one's strength numbers and body weight on a weekly basis be enough to maintain health, increase strength (not necessarily increase muscle mass greatly), and lose body fat (if necessary)? Thank you for your excellent work Dr. Feigenbaum and Dr. Baraki.

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  27. @anderk53

    Is the 40" waist criteria for all heights or just your 5'10" example?

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  28. @tommyddurand

    Black was a great answer. Also really wish you guys would do a deeper dive into some of those one off scenarios like training and dieting with type 1 diabetes and being slightly overweight at a novice level.

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  29. @TheJaronH

    What are Dr.Baraki's plans on getting that elbow issue he spoke about at the beggining better? Any chance to hear about that? Thanks for the good stuff as usual!

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  30. @thomaslokomotive1216

    maybe one day you'll have a client who's willing to donate you enough money for a medical school. I'd apply for the school for sure!

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  31. @One1Raptor

    Nice video. Very informative
    Was missing some tips for after the LP phase for a while.

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  32. @marukodess

    They eventually didn't answer the sub-question(s) re: conditioning, did they?

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