The Power of Protein

By Benjamin Bikman, Ph.D. Benjamin J. Bikman, Ph.D., a renowned metabolic research scientist, is a popular speaker on human metabolism and nutrition. His book, “Why We Get Sick” offers a thought-provoking yet real solution to the modern plague of insulin resistance and how you can reverse pre-diabetes, improve brain function, shed fat, and prevent diabetes. […]

Ben’s Top Website Resources for Coaches

Aside from MuscleIntelligence.com, of course – here are some of the websites and courses I recommend for coaches, coaches in training, and people who just want to learn more about health and fitness optimization. These are in no particular order, and I’ll continue to add to this list so check back often.   Resistance Training […]

Understanding heart disease with Dr. Stephen Hussey

This is an excerpt from Muscle Intelligence podcast episode 084 – How to Have a High-Performing Heart with Dr. Stephen Hussey. This excerpt has been edited for clarity.   Ben Pakulski: Heart health is a huge area of interest for me. For a little bit of my history, for 20 years I was an aspiring professional […]

Dr. Andrew Huberman on mindfulness, interoception, and deliberate disengagement

This is an excerpt from Muscle Intelligence podcast episode 74: understand how your brain works with Stanford neuroscientist Dr. Andrew Huberman. This excerpt has been edited for clarity.   Andrew Huberman: You’ve got this point of attention on the inside and then you got this point of attention that you can put anywhere else. I can […]

In conversation with James Fitzgerald: developing your own concept of fitness

This is an excerpt from Muscle Intelligence podcast episode 49: The Art and Science of Fitness Coaching with OPEX James Fitzgerald. This excerpt has been edited for clarity.   Ben Pakulski: I’d love for you to discuss what fitness means to you. James Fitzgerald: Yeah, well, it has changed for me and that’s part of […]