Iron Radio Episodes, Contributor Readings ARCHIVE 80-89 (late 2010-early 2011)

Episodes 1-10 (Early 2009) Episodes 11-20 (Early-mid-2009) Episodes 21-30 (Mid-late 2009) Episodes 31-40 (Late 2009) Episodes 41-49 (Late 2009- Early 2010)   AD

 

Episodes 51-60 (Early-mid 2010) Episodes 60-69 (mid 2010) Episodes 70-79 (mid 2010)  
Iron Radio Episode 80 Guest Layne Norton; Topic = Leucine and Bodybuilding Iron Radio Episode 81 Guest Mark Bell; Topic = Starting a Power Magazine Iron Radio Episode 82 Guest Dan John; Topic = Simple Gym Talk Iron Radio Episode 83 Guest Geoff Starling; Topic = Bouncing Back from Surgery Iron Radio Episode 84 Guest John Schaeffer; Topic = Frequency Training  
Iron Radio Episode 85 Guest Jesse Burdick; Topic = Drop Sets Iron Radio Episode 86 Topic = Year in Review, Look Forward, Funds Drive Iron Radio Episode 87 Guest Ian King; Topic = Ripped versus Fit versus Skinny Iron Radio Episode 88 Guest John Keiffer; Topic = Energy Balance Iron Radio Episode 89 Guest Chad Aichs; Topic = Proper Form  
           
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Contributor Commentary: Jon Mike; Topic = Personal Trng. Certif. Problems Contributor Commentary: Jon Mike; Topic = Science of Core Strength and Stability Contributor Commentary: Jon Mike; Topic = Exercise Physiology Contributor Commentary: Jon Mike; Topic = Alcohol in sport Contributor Commentary: Jaya Dixit; Topic = What Makes a Food Good or Bad?    
             
 

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What's this "Contributor Commentary" thing about? It's a way for fitness and nutrition students, professionals and journalists to get (possibly their first) editorially-reviewed content on the Internet, in a legitimate, intellectually-sound forum. Simply author a 200-500 word editorial and read / record the audio for email submission to the Iron Radio editors. Quoting respected scientists, authors and/ or citing academic journals improve chances of acceptance. We are looking for smart, commercially unbiased readings such as one might hear on NPR (check out that radio web site for non-athletic example readings).