Max-Out Radio Podcast #6 With Guest, Marty Gallagher.

Mike & Marty discuss powerlifting, Marty Gallagher's Purposefully Primitive Fitness system, the problem with the television show, 'The Biggest Loser,' caffeine and mental performance, and much more. Listen in now!

Show #6: Marty Gallagher Direct RSS 2.0 Feed Link

Welcome to Episode #6 of the Max-Out Radio podcast series! This week, your esteemed host, Mike Roussell, discusses the "Purposefully Primitive Fitness" system and powerlifting - with special guest, Marty Gallagher.

Mike and Marty also discuss the problems with the show, "The Biggest Loser," Marty's incredible ablility to get results with clients, and scientific literature on caffeine and mental performance.

This week's Recipe Remix shows you how to make killer oatmeal while you sleep!! Tune in today!

arrow Listen To This Episode:

Max-Out Radio!

Bodybuilding.com Audio Player
Click Play To Start The Show.
Max-Out Radio Guest:

Marty Gallagher.

Click the play button to listen to the latest informational episode of Mike Roussell's new podcast!

audio Download Show #6
(52:55; mp3 - 24.2 MB; December 3, 2006)

How Do I Listen?
In most browsers, you can just click on the play button above (in the Audio Player) and it will start playing.

If you wish to download the seminar to your computer for later usage (on your iPod, for example), just follow these 3 easy steps:

  1. Right-click on the "Download" link.
  2. Choose "Save Target As..."
  3. Choose the destination of your download.


About This Episode

Marty Gallagher

    Marty Gallagher is a renaissance man in the world of weight training. He is an accomplished powerlifter where some of his accolades include being a 7-time national master powerlifting champion and 5-time world master powerlifting champion.

Marty Gallagher
Marty Gallagher, 5-Time World
Master Powerlifting Champion.

    As a coach, Marty led a team from Black's Gym to 5 national championships. In addition, he was also the co-coach of the 1991 USA world powerlifting championship team.

    Finally, as a writer, Marty has penned articles for the Washington Post, Muscle & Fitness, and Powerlifting USA as well as writing what has been called the best book on powerlifting ever written, "Coan: The Man, The Myth, The Method."

RELATED ARTICLE
Why Powerlifting (And Not Bodybuilding)? Why Powerlifting (And Not Bodybuilding)?
Described simply, powerlifting is training to maximize one's strength in the squat, bench press and deadlift with the end goal to achieve a PR. Read about my journey and training routine to becoming a powerlifter!
[ Click here to learn more. ]

Recipe Remix

    bowl of oatmeal Overnight Oatmeal
    Originally seen on "Good Eats" (FoodTV)

    Ingredients:

    • 1 Cup Steel Cut Oats
    • 1 Cup Dried Cranberries
    • 1 Cup Dried Figs
    • 4½ Cups Water
    • 5 Scoops Vanilla Protein Powder*

    Directions:

    In a slow cooker, combine all ingredients and set to low heat. Cover and let cook for 8 to 9 hours. Stir and remove to serving bowls. This method works best if started before you go to bed. This way your oatmeal will be finished by morning. Makes 3 servings.

    *Denotes change in recipe. (Half-and-Half was removed from original recipe.)

         Nutrition Facts At A Glance

      Calories 598 kcals
      Fat 8 grams
              Saturated       2
              Polyunsat.       2
              Monounsat.       1
      Carbs 94 grams
              Fiber       15
      Protein 45 grams