Three new podcast appearances

mydnacoach podcast ep 96 Eric Trexler

Greetings from Phoenix!

The 2017 ISSN conference just wrapped up, and I’m at the airport to catch a red-eye back to Chapel Hill. After a fun and information-packed conference, I finally have a minute to post a quick update.

A couple weeks ago I had the pleasure of being Jonny Deacon’s guest on three episodes of the “My DNA Coach” podcast. We discussed a few ingredients that I have previously done some research on, including creatine, caffeine, and nitric oxide boosters.

Check out the links below and give them a listen!

Episode 96: Creatine

Episode 97: Caffeine

Episode 98: Nitric oxide boosters




ICYMI: Featured guest on “The Bodybuilding Summit”

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A while back, I had the pleasure of sitting down for a podcast with Joshua Vogel. This was part of his “Bodybuilding Summit” event, which featured an incredible list of bodybuilding experts ranging from active researchers to world-class competitors.

I’ve been extremely lucky to have the opportunity to merge my personal interest in bodybuilding with my research activities (a couple examples here and here). In this podcast, we discuss all things bodybuilding, drawing upon experiences from both the gym and the laboratory. Check it out here!

ICYMI: Guest spot on Iraki Nutrition Podcast discussing caffeine


I recently had the opportunity to sit down with Juma Iraki to discuss caffeine. We had a great time talking about some of my past research, practical applications for fitness enthusiasts, and lingering questions to be answered in the future. Listen to the whole thing here, via YouTube.

Juma does an incredible job with his podcast, which has featured some amazing guests. If you’re looking for a great, evidence-based fitness podcast, add Juma’s podcast to your list!

ICYMI: Guest Spot on Sigma Nutrition Radio Discussing Nitric Oxide Boosters

Sigma Nutrition Radio

As a supplement researcher, nitric oxide (NO) boosters get me pumped up- pun very much intended. We’ve come a long way from the old L-arginine products in the early 2000s, and there are still plenty of unanswered questions in this area.

I recently joined Danny Lennon on the Sigma Nutrition Radio show to discuss all things NO. We talked about some of my previous research on pomegranate extract, the current state of NO research, and future research directions for this class of supplements. Give it a listen here, and be sure to check out the rest of Danny’s excellent episodes!