SacTown Talks

BONUS CROSSPOST: Rob Bishop, BJJ Doctor

Episode Summary

Rob Bishop is an Australian Anesthesiologist on loan to UC Davis Medical Center and a blue belt at Team Alpha Male. We discuss how Australian doctors are trained to respond to emergencies in the outback, talk about his journey in Jiu-Jitsu, and discuss best practices for training, nutrition, recovery, and overall health from a medical and scientific perspective.

Episode Notes

Rob Bishop is an Australian Anesthesiologist on loan to UC Davis Medical Center and a blue belt at Team Alpha Male. We discuss how Australian doctors are trained to respond to emergencies in the outback, talk about his journey in Jiu-Jitsu, and discuss best practices for training, nutrition, recovery, and overall health from a medical and scientific perspective.

Shownotes:

1:30 - Recognizing other Jitsu players by their ears

3:30 - The building blocks of success for health & athletics

7:00 - Apple watch EKG does it work?

12:30 - The indoor cycle racing scene in Australia

25:00 - Pre-hospital rescue work in Australia

39:30 - Strength training

42:00 - Strong but slow

48:00 - Lifting after Jits?

50:00 - Creatine

59:00 - Nutrition, intermittent fasting, keto, calories in v. out, carbs, etc.

1:06:00 - The effect of sugars & intermittent fasting on cancer

1:10:00 - Wine with dinner every night, a problem?

1:18:00- Ice & cryo might be bullshit after all. Heat is the new thing.

1:23:00 - Head trauma

1:27:00 - Khabib / Conor predictions & wrapping up

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