Channel Update – The Strength Doc LIVES!

Yeah, I know what you’re thinking- it has been a WHILE since I’ve been able to upload a video. Unfortunately, that’s the nature of the beast during residency. On top of that, I’ve been dealing with some lingering injuries that I’ve let get the best of me. NO more excuses though – I’m back and I’ve recently filmed a bunch of awesome content for you guys. Stay tuned for more videos to come soon and as always, feel free to comment, like, and subscribe!

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3 Comments

  1. The Fitness Pharmacist says:

    What recommendations do you have for training and recovery in med school (now that you’re on the back end of med school)

    • The Fitness Pharmacist says:

      Obviously you’re a little biased now that you can see the end of it, but do you think med school was a good decision and investment? I’ve seen plenty of information about the stress/lack of sleep and what that can lead to for med students and even full doctors. Not even considering the financial cost.

    • The Strength Doc says:

      The Fitness Pharmacist honestly it was a lot easier to train consistently in medical school. Biggest thing is making it a priority…in order to do that I had to make sure I was on top of my other priorities such as studying. Fail to prepare for a test by staying on top of daily studying means a week of cramming aka a week of no gym. By being disciplined with everything else it allowed being disciplined with training much easier. In med school i was at my peak strength training 6x/week for 1.5-2+ hours per session. Now my schedule is much more variable, I flip days/nights and needing a minimum amount of sleep to function well as a physician precludes the same style of training

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