X3: 10 Minute Workouts, Reversing Osteoporosis, and OMAD

Boomer Anderson
August 14, 2019
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The always entertaining Dr. John Jaquish discusses reversing bone density issues, putting on 30 pounds of muscle after 40, the X3 Bar, and what it is like to thrive on one meal a day.

Who is Dr. John Jaquish?

Inventor of the most effective bone density building medical device, which has reversed osteoporosis for thousands and created more powerful/fracture resistant athletes, John is now, partnered with Tony Robbins and OsteoStrong for rapid clinic deployment. In the process of his medical research, he also quantified the variance between power capacities from weak to strong ranges in weight lifting, which brought him to his second invention, X3. The research indicates that this product builds muscle much faster than conventional lifting, and does so in less training time, all with the lowest risk of joint injury. Dr. Jaquish is a research professor at Rushmore University, speaks at scientific conferences all over the world, has been featured on many to the top health podcasts,  is an editor of multiple medical journals, and is a nominee of the National Medal of Science.


[2:28] Reversing bone density issues in thousands of people

[8:22] The invention of the X3 Bar

[13:05] Putting on 30 pounds of muscle after the age of 40

[19:59] Muscle biopsy studies and recovery from workouts

[23:09] Why muscle confusion exercise is wrong

[24:59] You are 7 times stronger in the strongest part of the range of motion

[29:33] There is no such thing as cardio

[40:42] One Meal a Day and Dr. Jaquish’s diet

[44:10] Why the Recommended Daily Allowance is a joke

[49:12] Carnivore nutrition

[57:19] Dr. Jaquish answers the final four questions


X3 Bar Website

The time course for elevated muscle protein synthesis following heavy resistance exercise.

The effects of combining elastic and free weight resistance on strength and power in athletes.

American College of Sports Medicine position stand. Progression models in resistance training for healthy adults.

Comparison of Strength Differences and Joint Action Durations Between Full and Partial Range-of-Motion Bench Press Exercise

Dr. Jaquish on Shawn Baker’s Human Performance Outliers Podcast

Episode Transcript

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