Ep 27 - Jiji Pollock Talks Using Physiology to Optimize Training Outcomes in Women (Part 1)
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In this episode, we have on Jiji Pollock. Jiji is a mom of three boys, has recently taken up rock climbing to be cool enough to hang out with her kids, and is always looking for ways to increase her dark chocolate intake.

She’s is a health, exercise, and human performance processional, coach, and author in addition to being a self-confessed geek. Jiji holds a Master of Science in Kinesiology and is a PhD candidate in Human Health and Performance at the University of Chicago. This all makes her perfectly suited for her role as the Health and Human Performance Science Advisor for the Institute of Motion.

Her PhD research looks at the unique effects of male and female physiology and how to optimize training for each of these groups. Our conversation is not only informative, but enlightening. It is a real shift from how our industry currently looks at training.

Enough of my explanation, I’ll let Jiji take it from here. See you on the other side.

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