Hang out with Dave as he visits with fellow podcast personalities and shares his expertise on everything from training to supplements, hormones, fatherhood, nutrition and anything other BRO-worthy topics they throw out.
In this podcast episode, Chad is joined by Dave Lipson, the creator of Thundrbro Hypertrophy Training. A former CrossFit Games athlete, member of CrossFit seminar staff and coach. Dave shares his insights on CrossFit, hypertrophy training , recovery, the future of fitness, and testosterone replacement therapy.
We begin by discussing his years doing CrossFit, and Dave shares his thoughts on the sport and its evolution over the years. We then delve into hypertrophy training, and Dave explains how it can be used to build muscle mass and how it keeps you staying injury free! He shares his tips on effective hypertrophy training, including the importance of proper form and technique, progressive overload, and recovery.
Dave shares his tips on how to optimize recovery through proper sleep, nutrition, and mobility work.
Finally, we wrap up the discussion with a conversation on testosterone replacement therapy, and Dave shares his insights on the topic, including its benefits and proper usage.
This week, Bryce talks to Dave Lipson! Dave is the founder of ThundrBro training and a competitive bodybuilder. He has been a leader in the fitness and CrossFit space for years now with his hypertrophy training routine.
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I had the honor and privilege of sitting down with Dave Lipson. Dave is the creator of the legendary Thundrbro program. We look at how Dave started his fitness journey and how he discovered the sport of CrossFit. Dave shares some tips for success and talks about how to start a fitness program.
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