Joe Rogan Experience #1176 – Dom D’Agostino & Layne Norton


Dom D’Agostino, Ph.D., is an assistant professor in the Department of Molecular Pharmacology and Physiology at the University of South Florida Morsani College of Medicine, and a senior research scientist at the Institute for Human and Machine Cognition (IHMC). Layne Norton is a renowned prep/physique coach and pro-natural bodybuilder/powerlifter with a PhD in Nutritional Sciences.


20 Comments

  1. Are you kidding me? We have waited so long for a Keto argument and Rogan puts a pro Keto guy up against a dumb meathead? This totally confirms fir me Rogan is totally obsessed with protecting Keto. Because Onnit mostly sells Keto stuff. Fraud.

  2. can you get jason blaha on here next please joe, he learned about keto when he was doing hits for hiliary clinton & severing as a mercenary (non negotiable) also ask if hes ready to admit he takes dildos into the anus like he has claimed on multiple online forums. shout out natty lifter

  3. Doesnt fuckin matter wtf meat molecules do to your body, stop killling cows bcus your loser ass wants a burger

  4. "You don't reward yourself with food. You're not a dog." -Dr. Layne Norton

  5. A very refreshing episode after listening to Joel Khan -_-

  6. Layne "Checked my facts but still snapped my back" Norton. AKA Layne "Always in pain" Norton. AKA Layne "shilling plans and fitness scams" Norton. AKA Layne "Always been natty except when I pin in my latty" Norton. AKA Layne "Shifted my back because I'm a fitness hack" Norton. AKA Layne "I have instructional squat videos even though my health blows" Norton. AKA Layne "Broke my back in the powerlifting rack" Norton

  7. Schaub was standing outside with his ear on the door next to his purple Slingshot (the gadoosh mobile).

  8. I think when you all touched on performance and how ketogenic diet might not be optimal for performance. It definitely can be from adaptation but there is also modified keto diets to support different levels of intense exercise. For heavy lifting for example you have keto diets that incorporate more protein as apposed to moderate. And also cyclical keto diets flipping in and out of ketosis with carb every other day and carb refeeds or targeted keto diets where you only have moderate carbs only around your workouts and gong back into the ketosis for periods of the day. Going full Keto average 75% fat intake is not the only way to do keto to support training.

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