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Episode Info: In this episode, David is joined by Dr. Jordan Feigenbaum. Jordan is an experienced strength coach who is currently finishing up his medical degree. In addition to a laundry list of credentials, Jordan is also an elite powerlifter who has held one of the top 20 totals of all-time.   Dr. Feigenbaum’s professional qualifications include:     Eastern Virginia Medical School - Doctor of Medicine (2016) Saint Louis University School of Medicine - Masters of Anatomy and Physiology (2012) Truman State University - Bachelor of Science in Biology (2008) Starting Strength - Starting Strength Coach and Seminar Staff Member (2012-Present) National Strength and Conditioning Association - Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (2008 - Present) United States of America Weightlifting- Club Coach (2009-Present) American College of Sports Medicine - Health and Fitness Specialist (2008-Present) CrossFit - Level 1 Instructor (2009-Present)   David & Jordan discuss:   What rate of injuries occur in competitive powerlifting?   Is powerlifting damaging to the heart?   How does powerlifting compare to other sports in terms of risk?   What impact does weight training have on bone health?   What impact does weight training have on longevity?   How should we alter training for an elderly population? How hard should we push elderly clients? How to maximise efficiency?  And a lot of interesting tangents…   Full show notes available at: www.hpascience.com/episode50Read more »

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