Episode 75: Hypertrophy’s Effects on Strength Athletes ft. Dr. Jeremy Loenneke

In today’s episode, Kevin brings on Dr. Jeremy Loenneke from the University of Mississippi. Together, they discuss scientific research in the field of strength training, specifically targeting how hypertrophic training and muscle building affects gaining strengths in the powerlifts.

Dr. Jeremy Loenneke graduated with a PhD in Exercise Physiology from the University of Oklahoma. Dr. Loenneke had previously earned a Master’s degree in Nutrition and Exercise Science from Southeast Missouri State University. His research focuses on skeletal muscle adaptations to exercise in combination with blood flow restriction. His recent work has answered several important methodological and safety questions with respect to applying blood flow restriction. Dr. Loenneke is a member of the American College of Sports Medicine and the American Physiological Society. He also serves as a peer reviewer for several journals including Sports Medicine, AGE, Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, and the Journal of Applied Physiology.

If you’re interested in learning more from his research, you can contact Dr. Loenneke on Twitter and Instagram.

Let us know that you like this episode by giving us a 5-star rating or a review on Apple Podcasts! We are always looking for feedback to make the episodes even better. If you’re interested in being on the show or know someone who would make a great guest, you can email us at alyssaliftsthings@gmail.com.

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Intro/outro music from freemusicarchive.org
Artist: MELLViNS
Track: Way Down Below

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