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Life’s too short to be half right! Two veteran podcasters try to answer a single question without any research – then ask an expert what they got right or wrong. Any question is fair game, but most involve health, fitness, nutrition, mental health, culture…even sex. They walk away with a better sense of the facts…and so do you.

Hosted by Mike Farr (Momma's Boys Podcast) and Jim McDonald (The Less Than Obvious Podcast).

May 24, 2019

It’s a BONUS episode! And there are SPOILERS!

Obviously, we wanted talk about the end of Game of Thrones. It’s not that we’re terribly upset about it, but wow there’s a lot of pissed off people on the internet. Beyond that, it got us thinking about our personal stories, about beginnings and endings, and...


May 22, 2019

Seems like we’ve been hearing about the dangers of too much salt for decades because of its effect on blood pressure, but lately we’ve seen recommendations about adding salt to your diet for better performance. Is salt really dangerous? Does it actually help you perform better?

Here’s what we came up with:

  • Does...


May 15, 2019

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Episode notes:

Nutrition coach Jason Phillips joins us for this episode.

Serious strength, aesthetic, and health goals can seem to require very different nutritional strategies, but what are the things they have in...


May 8, 2019

Is deadlifting bad for your back? w/Squat University’s Dr. Aaron Horshchig 

IF you heard this deadlift episode last week under the title “Why do people think squats are bad for your back?” go back and re-download that title and you’ll get the correct episode on squatting.

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How many times have you heard...


May 1, 2019

Is it an old wives tale that squatting is bad for your knees? Or is there actually data behind it?

Here’s what we came up with:

  • Maybe there’s a body type that’s bad for squatting?
  • Is the leg press somehow better?
  • Does it possibly cause tendonitis/tendinopathy?
  • How did this whole thing get started in the first...