Jan 29, 2018
Dr. Doug McGuff is a full time emergency physician who became interested in physical conditioning when he was just 15 years old. In his teens, Doug had a love for bicycle motocross so he fashioned his garage to become his own mini gym. When he decided to start training in a real gym, he began working as a janitor to pay for his membership. It was there where he found Arthur Jones’ book, which became his stepping stone to competing in pro bicycle motocross. The sport paved the way to fund his college tuition and medical schooling.
Today, Doug discusses the importance of recovery, how a minimalist workout can provide maximum results, and why he says steady state cardio isn’t something people should be focusing on.
"If you want to try to be superhuman you have to realize you're only human.” Doug McGuff
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