PQQ-Co-Q10 Part 2: Co-enzyme Q10 a Therapeutic or Ergogenic aid? Contextual Caution Advised!
Oh hey folks! It’s good to be back. It’s been nearly ten days since you heard from us, and we’ve now given up: Apparently getting lost in the bowels of Bangkok city, Kayaking to the wrong island in Krabi, and getting food poisoning at a cliff side Railay bungalow was not sufficient to fake our […]
Don’t Drink and Deadlift: Do Those Post Bicep Curl Beers Impair Maximal Rates of Muscle Protein Synthesis?
Do you even lift bro?Yeah man I cross-fit… Oh awesome, me too! Lets grab a beer after we do our daily physiologically unorganised exercise to fully confuse the shit out of our bodies! Ok, so I got a bit carried away there with my dislike of cross-fits physiological basis for anything other than cross-fit. Although […]
Podcast #5: Elite Athletic Performance & High Intensity Interval Training with Dr. David Bishop.
Ever wondered what the true scientific benefits are of high intensity training? Want to know the truth about CrossFit? On this episode we bring in world renowned researcher of the University of Victoria, Dr. David Bishop. With an applied background from the Australian Institute of sport and current love for research, Dr. Bishop takes us […]
PQQ-CoQ10 Part 1: PQQ Supplementation – Physiological Player or Misleading Molecule? Does the hype justify the price?
Pyrroloquinoline quinone (PQQ) has recently become evident in the supplement industry, with prices ranging from between Â£20-25 despite the supplement being a relatively new nutritional â€˜playerâ€™ as a performance enhancing (ergogenic) aid: the 30 capsules you will receive for the aforementioned price will equate to 15 days of PQQ dietry supplementation.. So, how many mitochondria […]
Podcast #4: Long Term Athlete Development & the Value of Functional Movement Patterns with Dr. Craig Harrison.
Curious how athletes develop into elite performers? Have you got a child or family member who is a developing athlete? On this episode, we bring in the New Zealand director of Long Term Athlete Development, Dr. Craig Harrison. The Auckland-based Millenium Center hosts dozens of young athletes every day for movement education and non-specific skill […]
Podcast #3: Predicting the Two-Hour Marathon, Exercise for Anti-Ageing, and When Blood Pressure Matters with Dr. Michael Joyner – Part 2
On this episode of the Well Traveled Wellness podcast, we continue our varied conversation with Dr. Michael Joyner of the Mayo Clinic. Listen in as Michael shares the wealth of knowledge he acquired from over two decades doing research for the National Institute of Health, NASA, and other cutting-edge organizations. Don’t miss this episodes’s actionable […]
Podcast #2: Secrets of Doping Culture, Historical Performances and Long, Healthy Lives with Dr. Michael Joyner – Part 1
Today, we are really excited to welcome Dr. Michael Joyner from the Mayo Clinic. Michael’s research covers everything from athletic performance to blood flow and glucose regulation. We invited Michael to the show to talk about an array of topics such asÂ training, doping, blood pressure, fitness for older people and many others. If you want […]
Podcast #1: Protein, Hormones, Hypertrophy and More with Dr. Stuart Phillips
Welcome to the inaugural episode of Well Traveled Wellness! We’re very excited to be publishing the show live for all the listeners out there so without further ado, here’s the first episode! Have you ever felt confused about how much protein to have, when and why? Well, you’re in luck! On this episode, you will […]
Announcing the Well Traveled Wellness Podcast
How would you like to hear the top researchers and practitioners in human performance answer your questions, dispel myths, and instruct how to look, feel, and perform your best every day? It’s been a long while in the making and we’ve gotten countless requests, so we’re REALLY excited to announce the launch of the Well […]