Drew Baye on Strength Training Exercise Science and HIT vs “High-Volume”

Drew Baye is one of the top high intensity training experts. He’s also a prolific writer, researcher, an elite level personal trainer and the founder of Baye.com, the most popular high intensity training blog.

In this mini episode, we discuss the problems inherent within a lot of the current exercise science, which attempt to identify the optimal protocol for muscle hypertrophy, strength, etc.

Listen to my other interviews with Drew here: Part 1Part 2Part 3Part 4Part 5, and Part 6.

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Would you like to learn more from Drew Baye? Listen to this episode where we discuss HIT fundamentals, workout programming, how to measure progress and much more. Listen to it here (stream below or right-click to download):


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