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Jeff Cunningham is one of the best running coaches in America coaching some of the top athletes in the country but what I love about him is that he recognizes all athletes and finds goals from completing your first marathon to qualifying to for the olympic trials worthy of his time and won't let anyone tell him otherwise. In this episode we cover, what makes a good athlete, why it's important to respect the marathon distance and how running can help …the world. I'm honored to share Jeff with you and know you're going to be inspired to reach your running potential after listening to this conversation. Thanks for listening to the show! Don't forget to give us a rating on apple podcasts or wherever you stream content. And follow me on instagram at 1classy_motherunner for all the latest on the show, my training, virtual fitness, and running events in Baltimore. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mayberunningwillhelp/message
In this Extra Credit Friday episode, the Shawn revisits his interview with NFL player Devon Kennard who is already thinking beyond his current career. The athlete discusses his journey with injuries and the realization that football may not work out for him. This led him to question what he wants his life to look like, both with and without football. He shares his motivation to achieve success on and off the field and talks about the importance of generational wealth. The conversation also touches on the joys of life, such as marriage and parenthood. Follow Devon here: https://www.instagram.com/devonkennard/ Listen to full episode here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/schools-over-now-what/id1405269030?i=1000566721132SONW Resources:Signup for PodProMax: https://podpromax.com/Signup for my new pocdasting course:https://schoolsovernowwhat.thinkific.com/courses/podcast-secrets-revealed-the-course Download my ebook "Podcast Secrets Revealed":https://shawnanthony.lpages.co/podcast-secrets-revealed-ebook/ Support SONW with Patreon and get exclusive content:https://www.patreon.com/schoolsovernowwhatJoin the SONW Academy for 1-1 Coaching from Shawn:https://www.schoolsovernowwhat.com/academyAbout School's Over...Now What?Join Shawn Anthony as he talks to fearless business leaders who've shattered conventional wisdom to achieve massive success. In each weekly episode, our guests share jaw-dropping stories of overcoming seemingly insurmountable obstacles. Most importantly, they've answered the question we've all asked “School's Over…Now What?” Get inspired and access cutting-edge strategies that'll transform your business and life. New episodes every Friday on YouTube, Spotify, Apple Podcasts and all major podcast platforms. Contact InfoInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/shawnranthony_/ Website: https://www.schoolsovernowwhat.com/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIwYX2OncZFiq6Vv8EYKceA/Twitter: https://twitter.com/shawnranthony_ Press/Interview Requests: firstname.lastname@example.org
Helen Maroulis won her 9th World Medal this week in Belgrade Serbia. Wrestling Mindset co-founder Gene Zannetti breaks down her interview after winning a bronze medal.Topics include:0:52 - Helen loves being nervous4:50 - Not performing well when too relaxed6:34 - Yerkes-Dodson Law of Arousal and Performance10:18 - Yerkes-Dodson Anxiety Graph16:44 - "You have to love the nerves and pressure"18:36 - Athletes burning out Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Overview: Today we jump into a serious issue that plagues the field of play and haunts strength and conditioning coaches around the world: achilles injuries. This is one of the most common tendon rupture injury in the human body and we believe can largely be prevented. In this episode, we delve into the intricate world of Achilles tendon injuries, shedding light on effective prevention and recovery strategies. The Achilles tendon, a vital structure connecting the calf muscles to the heel bone, is prone to injuries due to its high usage and essential role in daily activities. We explore the common causes of Achilles tendon injuries, ranging from overuse and inadequate stretching to sudden, acute trauma, providing invaluable insights for our listeners to understand the risk factors and make informed decisions to mitigate them. Moreover, we unveil a comprehensive array of preventative measures and recovery techniques that can aid in strengthening and healing the Achilles tendon. From targeted exercises and stretches to lifestyle adjustments, we present actionable steps to help both athletes and the general population maintain optimal tendon health. By arming our audience with knowledge and practical advice, we empower them to proactively care for their Achilles tendon and enhance overall mobility and well-being. Tune in to equip yourself with the tools to conquer Achilles tendon challenges and thrive in an active, injury-free lifestyle. Timestamps: [0:00] Jocko Fuel [2:00] Episode Intro [9:57] Aaron Rogers Achilles Injury [11:41] The Background of the Achilles [13:14] Who's at Risk? [17:33] How Does the Achilles Become Injured? [38:35] Special Considerations for Rehab [41:51] The Corrective Protocol SPONSORS: Jocko Fuel https://store.jockofuel.com/?ref=xgsWFwqMzvQtsD Code RONIN10 Get 10% Off The Iron Neck: https://www.iron-neck.com/discount/AFFILIATE?rfsn=7380568.84f9bc2&utm_source=refersion&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=brian.oberther Get 15% off the NuRecover Portable Cold Plunge!: https://www.nurecover.com/discount/BRIAN23382 Get FREE LMNT with your first order! (The Cleanest Sports Drink on the Market) http://elementallabs.refr.cc/brianoberther Get $150 off the premier cold plunge tank at: https://plunge.pxf.io/qnXvLN FOLLOW US Instagram (OB) https://www.instagram.com/oberther/ (Smitty) https://www.instagram.com/smittydiesel/ EXTRAS Get Ageless Athlete: https://agelessathletesc.com Team Forever Strong: Https://trainheroic.com/foreverstrong Instagram (OB) https://www.instagram.com/oberther/ www.infinityithaca.com (Smitty) https://www.instagram.com/smittydiesel/ www.dieselsc.com
Sports make up the majority of our public entertainment. We idolize teams, players and plan our days around watching these events. The problem is that these athletes shatter the pedestal we place them on. Listen to us discuss the most evil athletes at DamnOpinion.com.The DAMN Opinion Podcast. Where the Big, the Bold and the Bald offer entertainment on the latest society news, strange topics, human behavior, interesting facts, social dilemmas and entertaining conversation. Listen to us discuss, and debate, what's hot and what's not on all podcast platforms and at DAMNopinion.com. Schedule: Weekly Website: www.DAMNopinion.comEmail: email@example.comHosts: Mark Montgomery, James Smith and William Craig"Smarter Entertainment for a Distracted Audience"
Master the art of perseverance and discover the incredible stories of athletes who refused to quit in this inspiring episode of the Athlete 1 Podcast. Join our host, Ken Carpenter, as he shares life-changing insights and anecdotes from the world of sports.From Mike Trout to Michael Jordan, these renowned athletes faced rejections and setbacks but chose to stay committed to their goals. Learn how they turned adversities into stepping stones for success and find motivation to push through challenges in your own life. Whether you're an athlete, coach, or simply in need of a dose of inspiration, this episode is a must-listen as Ken Carpenter brings to light the importance of attitude, effort, and being the best for the team. Follow: Twitter | Instagram @Athlete1Podcast https://www.athlete1.net Sponsor: The Netting Professionals https://www.nettingpros.com
We are very excited to welcome back Coach Booth, Head Coach of Creighton University's volleyball team, to the Max Out Mindset podcast. She was our first guest on the podcast in February 2020. Lots have changed in the world since our last visit, but one thing that hasn't changed is her team's continued ability to put themselves in a position to max out. Her teams since 2014 have posted an impressive record of 156-11 in the Big East Conference and have had an amazing run of nine straight conference championships and eleven straight NCAA tournament appearances. Coach Booth shares many valuable insights on what it takes for a coach to maintain consistency over time and, more specifically, to help her athletes max out in both life and sport. For anyone in the high-performance space, you will love some of the timely lessons about protecting your culture, growing through adversity, and harnessing the power of effective communication. Her vulnerability shines through in her role as a coach, parent, and human being. Order Dr. Widman's book Max Out Mindset for Volleyball at www.maxoutmindset.com A Guide For Coaches, Athletes, Teams & Parents To Help You Be In The Best Position To Max Out When It Matters The Most.
For more inspired edutainment, visit: www.bebettermedia.tv Key Points & Memorable Quotes - “Possession, not possessions. Keeping possession of your money because anytime that you're spending money, you're giving it away to the other team.” 4:44“How much am I thinking about where I'm putting that money?” 6:47“You have the possibility of compounding the benefits of learning about this early.” 7:59“Where's my money going every single month and why is it going there?” 12:51“How do I grow money without working more hours?” 27:09“We think that emotions happen to us, but we are actually creating the emotion for the most part.” 37:09“We all need to be at the guard of the gates to our minds.” 39:46“Everything that you do comes down to choices.” 43:09“Great information for the next generation.” - Wendy @ 44:46Guest Bio - Pete Huryk is a long-time soccer coach, teacher, and author whose books are intended to help young people play the game of life more effectively. In his latest book, Pete and his co-author, Chris Schaefer, use soccer as a metaphor to simplify and explain finances. Show Notes - 0:00 - Coming Up on ‘What I Meant to Say'0:22 - WIMTS Intro0:44 - Welcome to Pete Huryk2:17 - How Did You Connect with Your Co-Author Chris?7:40 - Advantages of Teaching Financial Literacy to the Younger Generation 11:28 - What Habits are Incrementally More Helpful?14:41 - Tips for Helping People Figure What They Value24:57 - Generational Learning Discussion28:20 - Do You Talk to Your Kids About Finances?31:01 - Are You A Game of Lifer?36:23 - A Spanish Lesson: The Reflexive Verb38:49 - The Great American Hero Metaphor 41:13 - One Piece of Advice to Your Younger Self43:35 - Where Can People Find You & Your Books?44:49 - Thank You & ClosingLinks & Where to Find Pete -Setting and Scoring Financial Goals bookwww.Sportsfinancellc.com IG & Facebook - @sportsfinancellc www.hurykunlimited.com Instagram - @phuryk
Do you work with or want to work with CrossFitters, powerlifters, and Olympic weightlifters? Do you struggle to get these athletes out of pain and back in the gym? In this episode, I share why barbell athletes require a different approach clinically and how you can make small adjustments in your practice. If you're a sports PT and want to maximize your outcomes with these athletes, you need to tune into this episode. Enjoy! _____________________________________ Are you a physical therapist or physiotherapist looking for tips, tools, and strategies to work with more athletes, become a sports specialist or get a job in a sports setting...so you can finally enjoy the career that you've always dreamed of? If so, you're in the right place...this podcast is for you. Your host is Dr. Chris Garcia, a physical therapist, business owner, entrepreneur, nationally recognized public speaker, and residency-trained sports specialist. Dr. Chris Garcia, PT, DPT, SCS, CSCS, USAW has worked in professional sports and traveled around the world working with elite athletes throughout his career, and he's learned a lot of lessons along the way. He created this podcast to share his experiences and give you everything you need to know to help YOU become a successful clinician. Dr. Chris Garcia talks about everything from sports rehab and injury prevention to developing athletic performance and the path to getting your dream job...even if it is in professional sports. If you want to become a successful clinician so you can finally enjoy the career you've always dreamed of, visit www.DrChrisGarcia.com. LINKS: www.DrChrisGarcia.com www.Instagram.com/ChrisGarciaDPT www.Facebook.com/ChrisGarciaDPT ***DISCLAIMER: This content is for educational & informational use only and & does not constitute medical advice. The content is not intended to be a substitute for professional advice or medical recommendations, diagnosis, or treatment. Please consult with a qualified medical professional for proper evaluation & treatment, or beginning any exercises or activity in this content. Chris Garcia Academy, Inc. and The Sports PT Academy Podcast are not responsible for any harm caused by the use of this content.***
As sports moms (and sports Dads) we can't change the game, BUT we can teach our athletes how to perform better on and off the court or field using mental training!In this episode, I break down The Calm & Confident Athlete Course, the only mental training course for female athletes and their Sports Moms!If you're struggling to support your daughter as she navigates the world of competitive sports, then do not miss this episode!Tune in as I share how The Calm & Confident Athlete Course signature framework support female athletes with the tools they need to:✅Release anxiety and perfectionism✅Shake off mistakes and bounce back quickly✅Flip their negative mindset✅Come in clutch under pressureWhile teaching sports moms and dads how to:✅Help their athletes through the ups and downs in their sport✅Communicate effectively with their daughter✅ Enjoy the sports journeyAs a Division 1 and professional athlete, there was no course out there like this for me or my Mom, and man would that have been a gamechanger! This is why I created the Calm & Confident Athlete Course...Tune in to learn how this science-backed, therapist and athlete approved course uses proven mental training skills for female athletes and research-based strategies for moms to support their daughters.Episode Highlights:✅What makes The Calm & Confident Athlete Course different from other programs and course on the market-- I break down my signature framework, share the science behind the transformation, and testimonies from the girl athletes that have successfully completed the course.✅The most important team your daughter will ever play on is the home team
Marketing partnerships are an invaluable tool when it comes to growing and appealing to different audiences. But what happens when that trusted partner becomes embroiled in controversy? How should you respond? Join co-hosts Eileen Rochford and Rob Johnson for this episode of the “Can You Hear Me?” podcast, where they discuss “What to do when a Marketing Partner is in Crisis?”Recommended Episodes:Communicating Cleary During a Crisis - Can You Hear Me? Podcast - LINKCorporate Activism: A Slippery Slope? Navigating Expectations and Communications Effectively - Can You Hear Me? Podcast - LINKAdditional Resources:Northwestern hazing scandal: A timeline of events - The Washington Post - LINKA useful guide to defining the perfect sports sponsorship strategy - RTR Sport Marketing - LINK
Dr. Christina Prevett // #GeriOnICE // www.ptonice.com In today's episode of the PT on ICE Daily Show, Modern Management of the Older Adult division leader Christina Prevett discusses masters athletes who challenge negative age paradigms and serve as role models for younger generations. According to the episode, the decline in physiological systems can be attributed to both aging and other factors such as inactivity, sedentary behavior, obesity, and chronic diseases. It can be challenging to distinguish between changes in physiological systems solely due to the natural aging process and those influenced by these other factors. However, Christina suggests that psychosocial factors also play a role in positive aging. Factors like loneliness, connectedness, sense of purpose, and the ability to make healthcare decisions not only for oneself but also for others contribute to positive aging. These psychosocial factors are independent of physical capacity and can help individuals maintain a positive aging experience. Christina emphasizes the importance of building and maintaining relationships, connectedness, and the capacity to learn, grow, and contribute in the context of healthy aging. These aspects are relevant not only for older adults but also for all generations, including Gen X, Gen Z, millennials, boomers, and masters athletes. Loneliness is a significant issue in society, affecting people of all age groups, as highlighted in the episode. Building and maintaining connections and relationships are crucial for sustaining healthy lifestyle factors and combating the loneliness epidemic. This is particularly relevant for older adults, who may struggle to maintain relationships as they age. Christina mentions the challenges of making new friends as an adult, as expressed by her grandmother. The masters athletes discussed in the episode serve as examples of individuals who demonstrate the importance of these aspects in healthy aging. They not only prioritize their physical performance but also value psychosocial considerations. Masters athletes have the opportunity to build relationships with individuals across different age groups who share similar mindsets regarding health promotion. This allows for the exchange of knowledge and the adoption of healthy lifestyle factors. Furthermore, masters athletes have the capacity to learn, grow, and make decisions. They challenge negative age paradigms and combat belief systems around aging through their athleticism. They set goals not only for their own performance but also for serving as role models to younger generations within their family and sport. Masters athletes also contribute positively to their sport by creating mentorship opportunities for younger athletes. They serve as examples of successful aging and contribute to the overall belief in the ideology of successful aging. Overall, this episode emphasizes that building and maintaining relationships, connectedness, and the capacity to learn, grow, and contribute are essential aspects of healthy aging for all generations, including older adults and masters athletes. These aspects not only contribute to physical well-being but also to psychosocial well-being and the overall belief in successful aging. Take a listen to learn how to better serve this population of patients & athletes. If you're looking to learn more about live courses designed to better serve older adults in physical therapy or our online physical therapy courses, check our entire list of continuing education courses for physical therapy including our physical therapy certifications by checking out our website. Don't forget about all of our FREE eBooks, prebuilt workshops, free CEUs, and other physical therapy continuing education on our Resources tab. EPISODE TRANSCRIPTION 00:00 INTRO What's up, everybody? Welcome back to the PT on Ice Daily Show. Before we jump into today's episode, let's chat about Jane, our show sponsor. Jane makes the Daily Show possible and is the practice management software that so many folks here at ICE utilize. The team at Jane knows how important it is for your patients to get the care they need. And with this in mind, they've made it really easy and convenient for patients to book online. One tip that has worked well for a lot of practices is to make the booking button on your website prominent so patients can't miss it. Once clicked, they get redirected to a beautifully branded online booking site. And from there, the entire booking process only takes around two minutes. After booking an appointment, patients get access to a secure portal where they can conveniently manage their appointments and payment details, add themselves to a wait list, opt in to text and email reminders, and fill out their intake form. If you all are curious to learn more about online booking with Jane, head over to jane.app.physicaltherapy.com. Book their one-on-one demo with a member of their team. And if you're ready to get started, make sure to use the code IcePT1MO. When you sign up is that gives you a one month grace period that gets applied to your new account. Thanks everybody. Enjoy today's show. 01:43 CHRISTINA PREVETT Good morning, everybody, and welcome to the PT on Ice Daily Show. My name is Christina Prevett. I am one of the lead faculty within our modern management of the older adult division. We have three courses in our geriatric curriculum that encompass CERT MMOA. We have our eight week online essential foundations course with our next course starting October 11th. We have our eight week online advanced concepts course, which if you have taken our essential foundations, you are eligible for advanced concepts that starts October 12th. And then we have our two day live course that we still have quite a few courses for the remainder of 2023 if you were looking to get involved. So we are in Falls Church, Virginia, October 7th and 8th. I am in Fountain Valley, California on the 14th and 15th. And then we are in Mattawa, New Jersey on the 21st and 22nd. And if you did not see that we are currently in what I call revamp season, we just updated our live content for MMA Live. And if you are in advanced concepts coming up in October, you are going to be getting brand new material. And I am so, so excited about that. 00:00 THE MASTERS ATHLETE And what we are going to talk about today is some of that content relating to the master's athlete. When we think about our geriatric curriculum, let's be honest, we are not talking about master's athletes most of the time, right? We often will talk about this sickness, wellness, fitness continuum. And when we talk to our geriatric clinicians who are on our calls or taking our courses, and we say, you know, what percentage of individuals are in the sickness or the completely sedentary side of the spectrum, We're talking about the majority, right? We're talking about the majority. We're getting individuals who are saying 80, 90% of their caseload is completely sedentary or is struggling with the chronic disease burden from multimorbidity. And very few of our clinicians are working with the master's athlete. So why do we care about this group? Well, one, we want to cover the full spectrum of geriatrics. But secondly, there is this really neat kind of underpinning that we are gaining from a research perspective when we are evaluating the master's athlete. When we talk about aging physiology, it can be really tough to tease apart what is what we would call the natural history of getting older, what are things that we can expect to change across our physiological systems as a consequence of getting older, and what are the contributions of other things to that aging process. We talk about how we have accelerators and brakes to the aging process, and we can stack the deck in our favor, and then we're just talking about risks and statistics. And one of those things is that as we get older, we tend to move less. We tend to be more sedentary. Obesity rates can go up. And chronic disease, one of the biggest risk factors across all categories, is age. And so we have this hard time teasing apart what is from the aging process and what is from the inactivity, the compounding effect of sedentary behavior, kind of what are those influences? And so the masters athlete has, especially for our lifelong exercisers, those who are veterans, who have never really stepped away from the sport for very long, we're starting to get some ideas and tease apart, you know, what is an aging process and what is accelerated because of changes related to inactivity, obesity, chronic disease. And so I kind of want to tie this in. So we have this physiological change. 06:05 CARDIOVASCULAR FITNESS IN AGING And when we look at, for example, in the cardiovascular system, our masters endurance athletes maintain their VO2 max by about 57%. And our endurance athletes, when we compare our masters endurance athletes in their 70s, have a lower VO2 max than our endurance athletes in their 20s, but a similar VO2 max to our younger individuals in their 20s who are completely sedentary. And so that is showing that while yes, there is a change to our cardiovascular output, our max heart rate is going to go down, our stroke output, our stroke volume, our cardiac output is going to decrease. Our amount of deconditioning in our VO2 max as a marker of cardiovascular fitness is a slower blunting than maybe we had previously thought. And things like our ejection fraction and our resting heart rate actually do not change with age in a healthy, cardiovascularly conditioned older adult. And to me, that's fascinating. So we're looking at that from the endurance side. When we flip to the strength side, we see that our raw strength in our power lifters is relatively maintained and up until about the fifth decade of life. So an individual squat bench deadlift, as long as they stay injury free and training volume remains pretty consistent, we're going to maintain those numbers for quite some time. 08:50 TYPE 2 FIBER REDISTRIBUTION And then as we go into different age groups over the age of 40, we're going to start to see some blunting down of that strength effect as a consequence of age. We talk about in the musculoskeletal system though, that there is this change in this redistribution of our muscular fibers, where we see a shift from this composition that has a bias towards type two fibers in certain muscle groups. And we see this shift towards more of a type one slow twitch fiber archetype in many of our muscles. And we seem to see that this is true in our strength athletes as well. And the way we're starting to gain insight into this information is by comparing our power lifters and our weight lifters. So our power lifters are slow strength movements. We have the squat, the bench, the deadlift. For our weightlifters, we are working on speed strength. So we are going to get those type two fibers at high percentages of our one rep max, but we're also gonna try and preferentially activate them with some of these fast twitch movements, such as the clean and jerk and the snatch. And we start to see that the open records for weightlifting in age groups decline much steeper. That means that we are still seeing this switch of type 2 fibers. That does not mean that we don't train power and we're going to try and have this use it or lose it principle that holds true for everything. But we know that that type 2 fiber redistribution is part of this aging physiology that we can expect to see in many of our older adults. Taking a step back from that, it's super interesting to see that we are getting this heightened or slower rate of cardiovascular aging in our endurance athletes. And we're getting this relatively slower change in the musculoskeletal system in our strength athletes. And that specificity principle appears to hold true. And it's something that we see very consistently in our rehabilitation efforts, right? We are trying to train the person's body to not experience pain, dysfunction, or loss of physical function in the exercises, in the movements, in the day-to-day tasks that are important to our individuals. And so when I step back and think about myself as a person in my 30s who's going to try to hold on to my physical function for as long as possible, somebody who maybe isn't in the highest level of competition, but would still consider myself to be very much an athlete, this idea of training both systems I think is extremely important and extremely relevant in our messaging for maintaining physical function. We see oftentimes that we focus in strength training for very good reason. Oftentimes our older adults, unless there's a significant amount of cardiovascular compromise, are losing the strength to complete activities of daily living, like getting off the floor or being able to get up from a chair without using their hands before their cardiovascular system. In our kind of community dwelling older adults, not our individuals with pulmonary pathologies like congestive heart failure or COPD, that cardiovascular system isn't being the limiting factor as often. But what we want to be thinking about is how do we optimize the reserve in both of these systems and how do we slow down the slope of the line? In I'm MMOA, we talk about how we do not want to think that successful aging is just related to physical function. Physical function is a really important part of aging frameworks. and successful aging frameworks, but it is not the only thing. And so I kind of want to take this conversation and then take it a step further. So while yes, we see that our masters athletes are able to have a blunting of the changes in physical function that we see with aging, as a consequence of optimizing their physical reserve earlier in life and then maintaining that optimized physical function into later decades. Where we want to also bridge this is towards some of the frameworks that we're seeing with healthy aging. So the World Health Organization put out a healthy aging framework with the idea of having this decade-long initiative that internationally we are going to try to be encouraging healthy aging initiatives because our global population is aging and that is going to put a massive burden on our healthcare system. And there's a lot of things that we need to think about. And so their framework is really brilliant in that they talk about the ability to meet basic needs and the ability to maintain mobility, like their ability to be mobile around their community. And I think our Masters athletes are good examples of what this might look like in order to try and maintain this type of physical function. 14:58 BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS IN AGING But the other three things are important considerations as well and do not relate directly to physical function, but there are some kind of extensions or indirect relationships that we can make. And those are the ability to build and maintain relationships, so that connection, the ability to learn, grow, and make decisions, so autonomy in some ways and purpose, and the ability to contribute, which really kind of ties into that purpose conversation. And if you listen to the MMOA podcast, Ellen and I were just on that platform, if you want to take a look, talking about the blue zones. And this was a series that was done on Netflix that talked about these areas around the world that have a higher percentage of individuals living over 100 compared to global norms. And where they were talking about this was not only related to physical function, where physical function was something that we were considering, but they also talked about some of these biopsychosocial considerations like building and maintaining relationships and that contribution to that other aspect of a person's soul and a person's being. When we look at the Masters athletes and we look at qualitative systematic protocols or systematic studies that are looking at some of the other indirect indicators of what a Masters athlete values outside of their physical performance, they kind of touch on these other aspects of the healthy aging framework. where the ability to maintain relationships, one of the things that can be a big struggle for our older adults, and my grandmother who was in her 90s said this beautifully, she said, everybody I know is dying. And Having, building new friends as a grownup is extremely hard. And so one of the other things that our master's athlete literature is really demonstrating is some of these other bio, or these psychosocial considerations that are just so important when an individual is aging. So what they're showing is that our older adults who are master's athletes continuing to compete have this avenue to build relationships with individuals across different age cohorts that have similar mindsets related to health promotion. And that's so important, right? We see that we tend to take on a lot of the lifestyle factors of the individuals who are closest to us. Our literature shows that if we are around individuals who are in the overweight or obese categories, we are more likely to be overweight or obese. The business sentence is, if you are the smartest person in the room, you are in the wrong room. And that's around this building and maintaining of connections and relationships that also have this trickling effect of helping to sustain healthy lifestyle factors. And this loneliness epidemic is so relevant now for all generations, Gen X, Gen Z, millennials, boomers, and some of our older adults. Like all of this connectedness is such an important part of healthy aging. And we're seeing this in our masters athletes as well. And then finally, this capacity to learn, grow and make decisions and the ability to contribute. Our masters athletes are also demonstrating this because they talk about this capacity with athleticism to combat belief systems around aging, to start tackling some of these negative age paradigms, to be able to have goals related to not only what their performance is, but role modeling their athleticism to younger generations within their family and within their sport. and their capacity to be able to create this mentorship for some of their younger athletes that allows them to contribute very positively to their sport. And so not only are we seeing that physiologically within our systems, our masters athletes are blunting some of the slopes of the line across different organ systems, but we're also seeing some of these indirect psychosocial positive contributions of individuals in the Masters Athlete space that are contributing to this overall belief around Masters Athletes having an ideology around successful aging. 17:23 MASTERS ATHLETES & CHRONIC DISEASE Some of our masters athletes, we kind of consider them to be completely free of chronic disease. And while we do see a lower incidence of chronic disease, like cardiovascular disease and diabetes, for example, in our masters athletes who have continued being active throughout their life, that does not mean that they are immune, but it does mean that when they are diagnosed with things like chronic conditions, that they are better able to manage those disease processes because they have these healthy lifestyle factors that are going to slow down the disease process. So all of these things kind of coming full circle, where we are looking at the master's athlete that while yes, in many of our older adults that we are teaching for clinicians, they are not going to be primarily focused in the master's athlete category. They do give us a lot of insight into the rates of loss in physiological systems and what we can attribute truly to aging versus other confounding variables such as inactivity, sedentary behavior, obesity, chronic disease burden. And then we can also see how some of the influence of these other psychosocial factors, this loneliness epidemic that we are seeing, this connectedness that is needed, this sense of purpose and the capacity to take risk and be a contributing factor to not only their own healthcare decisions, but those of their family and the people around them that are trusting them with their wisdom and knowledge and experience is a way for us to see this positive aging cohort that is also independent of their physical capacity that they are able to maintain. All right, I ended up going a little bit long, but I think this is such an important conversation. And not just for our older adults who are already in these age cohorts, but anybody who is listening, who is thinking about themselves as an athlete. Because we see in the literature that the Masters athlete is defined as anybody who is kind of reasonably beyond the open retirement age, but is continuing to train and compete in sport for the purpose of physical fitness. But in MMA, we think about it as anyone who wants to intentionally move their body towards a goal. And that may be all of you that are listening to this. It's like, how can you put in that master's athlete mindset into your own life to connect with other people with like-minded goals, to be able to optimize your physical function if you are listening and you are 30 or 40 or 50? to maintain that when you are 80? And then how can we do this to help drive purpose in our lives, to allow for that feeling of fulfillment that is just so important to maintain as we get older? All right, if you are looking for more information about research coming out in the geriatric space, I encourage you to go to pti.nice.com slash resources and sign up for MMOA Digest. Otherwise, I hope you have an amazing week and we will talk to you soon. 20:26 OUTRO Hey, thanks for tuning in to the PT on Ice daily show. If you enjoyed this content, head on over to iTunes and leave us a review and be sure to check us out on Facebook and Instagram at the Institute of Clinical Excellence. If you're interested in getting plugged into more ice content on a weekly basis while earning CEUs from home, check out our virtual ice online mentorship program at ptonice.com. While you're there, sign up for our Hump Day Hustling newsletter for a free email every Wednesday morning with our top five research articles and social media posts that we think are worth reading. Head over to ptonice.com and scroll to the bottom of the page to sign up.
In this episode of the Brawn Body Health and Fitness Podcast, Dan is joined by Joey Greany, a strength coach who works with professional athletes, to discuss training and programming considerations for developing rotational power and explosiveness for baseball athletes. Coach Greany has over two decades of experience working with elite professional athletes. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association, as well as a Certified Speed Specialist (CSS) through the National Association of Speed and Explosion (NASE). For more on Coach Greany, you can find him on Instagram @joeygreany To keep up to date with everything Dan is doing on the podcast, be sure to subscribe and follow @brawnbody on social media! Episode Sponsors: MoboBoard: BRAWNBODY10 saves 10% at checkout! AliRx: DBraunRx = 20% off at checkout! https://alirx.health/ MedBridge: https://www.medbridgeeducation.com/brawn-body-training or Coupon Code "BRAWN" for 40% off your annual subscription! CTM Band: https://ctm.band/collections/ctm-band coupon code "BRAWN10" = 10% off! PurMotion: "brawn" = 10% off!! TRX: trxtraining.com coupon code "TRX20BRAWN" = 20% off GOT ROM: https://www.gotrom.com/a/3083/5X9xTi8k Red Light Therapy through Hooga Health: hoogahealth.com coupon code "brawn" = 12% off Ice shaker affiliate link: https://www.iceshaker.com?sca_ref=1520881.zOJLysQzKe Training Mask: "BRAWN" = 20% off at checkout https://www.trainingmask.com?sca_ref=2486863.iestbx9x1n Make sure you SHARE this episode with a friend who could benefit from the information we shared! Check out everything Dan is up to, including blog posts, fitness programs, and more by clicking here: https://linktr.ee/brawnbodytraining Liked this episode? Leave a 5-star review on your favorite podcast platform --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/daniel-braun/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/daniel-braun/support
This week Chris and Zacca are joined by two returning guests to recap a recent marathon and talk about training for an upcoming event. Joining the boys for the first part of the show is Benji Hoppitt, fresh off a 2:54:58 marathon on the weekend at the Sydney Marathon, we hear about his training leading up to the event, the race day and his take on the event . Anna Ellis returns to the show a guest from ep 82. we hear about anna's recent training and form leading into the Melbourne Marathon. Anna is coached by Sammy Mclean, they have shared this build up together, we hear about the highs and lows of the marathon block and also her plans for race day. Anna then is put through her paces with Chriso's quick fire questions. The around the grounds segment includes some massive results from across the country, followed by some more WR Chat . The show ends with a pre recorded chat between run2pb Coaches Gemma Maini and Matt Davy as they reveal the Team Run2PB athlete of the month - asics shoe winner and also an update on Gemmas lead in to Melbourne Marathon debut. Learn more about Run2PB via @run2pb on social media and their YouTube channel. Find us at https://www.run2pb.co/better-with-running-podcast. And if you're enjoying the show, don't forget to leave us a review on Apple Podcasts.
Whether you're a coach looking to navigate the business landscape or an athlete considering hiring a coach, this episode offers valuable insights and perspectives from seasoned professionals. Three diverse coaches in business structure, sport type and location open up to shed light on their sources of income, ranging from subscription-based coaching to book royalties and bike fits. Learn the differences between U.S.-based and European-based coaching businesses. They discuss the challenges and opportunities coaches face in the marketplace and where they see the future of coaching going beyond an increased focus on personalized services.
In the final hour of the Chase and Big Joe Show, Joe and Junnie discuss how the Titans will go up against the Browns. No Nick Chubb, how much of that will be a factor against the Titans. Later in the hour, Joe and Junnie talk about the most disliked sports athlete or coach of all time. Who do you dislike the most? Listen to hear more.
STRONG Life Podcast ep 396 Brought to you by http://ZachStrength.com (BEST FREE Strength Training Courses) and https://UndergroundStrengthCoach.com Co Hosted with Paul Kolody - https://www.instagram.com/reddevilstrength/ Topics Covered: How Parents can Train their Kids 5 Training Tools Every Household Needs Training Athletes In Season (Speed & Strength Training) The Crucial Importance of the Off Season for Athletes Strength Coach Business "Advices" How I defeat "Back Pain" Core vs Trunk Strength ====== Zach's Links & Resources: http://ZachStrength.com - BEST FREE STRENGTH COURSES http://SSPCoach.com - SSPC (Strength & Sports Performance Coach) CERTIFICATION https://zacheven-esh.com/store/ - STORE / PRODUCTS https://UndergroundStrengthCoach.com - The Underground Strength Academy for Strength & Sport Coaches AMAZON Books - https://amazon.com/author/zach IRON JOURNEYS BOOK - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0C91CBJ4N?ref_=pe_3052080_397514860 Business Consulting: https://zacheven-esh.com/coach/ UNDERGROUND STRENGTH COACH CERTIFICATION - http://UndergroundStrengthCert.com STRENGTH & SPORTS PERFORMANCE COACH CERTIFICATION - http://SSPCoach.com 7 Days FREE ONLINE COACHING with Zach - GLADIATOR STRONG https://marketplace.trainheroic.com/workout-plan/team/garagegymgladiators TRAIN AT THE UNDERGROUND STRENGTH GYM: https://UndergroundStrengthClub.com in Manasquan, NJ Manasquan Gym / Manasquan Strength & Conditioning STRONG Life Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-zach-even-esh-strong-life-podcast/id740235285?mt=2 https://zacheven-esh.com/category/podcasts/ ZACH'S INSTAGRAM - https://instagram.com/ZEvenEsh Official Underground Strength Gym Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/UndergroundStrengthGym/ ALL Training & Business Courses Here: https://zacheven-esh.com/store/ Wrestling Strength & Conditioning Course: https://coachtube.com/course/wrestling/underground-strength-system-for-wrestlers-combat-athletes/17548914 Kettlebell Training for Combat Athletes: https://coachtube.com/course/health-fitness/kettlebell-training-for-combat-athletes/17503546 https://zacheven-esh.com/wrestling-workouts-that-win/ - WRESTLING STRENGTH WORKOUTS https://nhssca.us/ - National High School Strength Coaches Association
Join us on this episode as we discuss two scenerios for the fall racing and training season. What do you do if you have lots of motivation, energy and health but no plans for racing? OR what to do if you have lots of races but can feel your motivation, energy or health slipping before the fall races ramp up? Show Sponsors: Get Your Free Bonus from AG1- drinkAG1.com/MOLLYH - to receive your bonus of a free 1-year supply of Vitamin D and 5 Free Travel Packs This episode is brought to you by GOODR Sunglasses. Goodr offers a 30 Day Money Back Guarantee and 100% Satisfaction. Find your pair at GOODR.com and use code consummate to get FREE shipping Download Find links to your favorite Podcast App (remember to rate and review!) https://pod.link/1100471297 Show Notes work on skills with skill sessions or strength session (Book a Skill Session) Plan & Goal Setting – Book a consult start Coaching or try a training plan while you have lots of time to recover, learn, build and try new things. Doing a Post-Season Reflection https://consummateathlete.com/18040-2/ Daily, Weekly and Seasonal Journalling Prompts for Athletes 3 Thoughts on Off-Season (POST) Why You Still Need a Mid-season Reset (post) Seasonality of Training, Overtraining - Q&A (Podcast) Cross Burnout (POST) Lacking motivation vs. burnout (post) When to take time off – offseason, burnout, should you take time off (post) Red-S Anne Guzman (Podcast) SUPPORT THE SHOW Use this link to support the show (for free!) while you shop: https://amzn.to/3Aej4jl This episode is brought to you by 3 Month 100% Made for You Training Plans by Consummate Athlete - These popular plans are made from scratch for you to fit your goals, your schedule, your gear, and your goals. https://consummateathlete.com/training-plans/ Connect with Molly & Peter Subscribe to our Newsletter Book a Consultation - https://calendly.com/smartathlete Books By Molly Hurford https://amzn.to/3bOztkN Get The Consummate Athlete Book Follow The Consummate Athlete on Instagram and Facebook Follow Molly Hurford on Instagram Follow @PeterGlassford on Instagram Consummate Athlete Links for Coaching and other services Past guests: Stacy Sims, Stephen Seiler, Simon Marshall, Frank Overton, Dean Golich, Joe Friel, Marco Altini Katerina Nash, Geoff Kabush, Ellen Noble, Phil Gaimon, David Roche, Matt Fitzgerald, Dr. Marc Bubbs, Christopher McDougall, Rebecca Rusch, Kate Courtney, David Epstein and many more
Join us in celebrating a major milestone - our 100th episode! In this special episode of The Sportlight Podcast, hosted by Especially for Athletes, we're taking a trip down memory lane to relive some of our favorite moments and memories from the past century of episodes. Over the course of these remarkable conversations, we've had the privilege of hearing from extraordinary athletes, coaches, and individuals who've shared their unique stories, insights, and wisdom. In this episode, we revisit snippets from some of our standout interviews with incredible guests like Eric Weddle, Tyler Haws, Dilgeet Taylor, Abby Cox, Chad Lewis, Rhyan White, Max Hall, and many more. Get ready to be inspired, entertained, and reminded of the power of sports in shaping lives and creating connections. We're immensely grateful for the incredible journey we've had so far, and we can't wait to bring you more captivating stories in the episodes to come. Tune in to relive the moments that have made The Sportlight Podcast a source of inspiration and motivation for athletes and sports enthusiasts alike. Here's to the next 100 episodes! Especially for Athletes: Website: https://especialyforathletes.orgFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/EspeciallyForAthletes/Twitter: https://twitter.com/E4AfamilyInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/especiallyforathletes/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmbWc7diAvstLMfjBL-bMMQ Credits: Hosted by Shad MartinProduced by IMAGINATE STUDIO See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Support the show: https://especiallyforathletes.com/podcast/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Are you a parent of an athlete daughter? Wondering how you can empower her with unwavering confidence? Find out how in this episode as we delve into five strategies!Discover How:Redefine Praise. Learn how to celebrate her effort, values, and teamwork to build her self-worth.Empathetic Support. Find out how validation and empathy during challenges can empower her.Lead by Example. Discover how being her confidence role model makes a significant impact.Embrace Growth. See how facing and overcoming challenges fosters her resilience.Equip with Tools. Explore how to provide essential mental resilience tools for her athletic journey.Tune in to the full episode and support her journey at trainhergame.com. Here's to raising confident athlete daughters!Episode Highlights:[01:55] The five strategies to use to build confidence in your athlete daughter, including the one shift where you are putting your praise.[02:51] Athletes who struggle with perfectionism are always looking outward for external validation and wondering what people are thinking of them.[05:06] Number two, validate vs fix. Moms are fixers. They like to come in and provide their solution, but it's hard for them to not hold back any of their knowledge and life experience.[07:47] Number three, increase emotional resiliency so that athletes can feel those feelings without being disappointed.[09:16] Number four, let her experience the challenges of being an athlete that kind of goes along with fixing it.[13:18] Number five, along with those challenges, make sure she has the skills to navigate those challenges.**********Helpful Links:Visit our podcast website for more on this episodeJoin our FREE training for Sports Moms - How To Strengthen Your Athlete Daughter's Mental Game So She Believes In Herself As Much As You DoThank you in advance for joining us on our mission and leaving a rating and review on Apple Podcasts.
On Episode 14 of Syracuse Sports, Brent Axe and NIL expert Dan Greene discuss the latest news surrounding name, image and likeness surrounding Syracuse athletics and have a little fun ranking the Top 5 SU athletes they'd want to do an NIL deal with. Brent also listens in to two Syracuse football voicemails from listeners and does "One More Thing" on the Savannah Bananas visit to Syracuse and what Brent thinks that means for the future of sports. Let's hear your takes! Leave Brent a voicemail: 315-552-1964. You can email Brent at firstname.lastname@example.org Follow @BrentAxeMedia on X (https://twitter.com/BrentAxeMedia), Threads (https://www.threads.net/@brent_axe) and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/brent_axe/) Find our Syracuse football coverage on social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SyracuseFoot... Twitter: https://twitter.com/syrfootball For all your Syracuse sports coverage head to https://www.syracuse.com/orangesports/
This podcast is produced in partnership with Graphisoft, the IT solution for architects.KOZ architectes was founded in 1999 by Christophe Ouhayoun and Nicolas Ziesel, both graduates of ENSA-Paris Belleville. With the construction of France's tallest 100%-wood building in Strasbourg, the co-coordination of Lot E of the Athletes' Village for the Paris 2024 Games, and the headquarters of the Créteil Education Authority, the agency is a particularly stimulating presence on the French landscape.In this issue of Com d'Archi, Nicolas Zeisel presents the agency's key points and talks in particular about the Strasbourg project, a performance in the French landscape. Image © Cécile SeptetSound engineering : Julien Rebours___If you like the podcast do not hesitate:. to subscribe so you don't miss the next episodes,. to leave us stars and a comment :-),. to follow us on Instagram @comdarchipodcast to find beautiful images, always chosen with care, so as to enrich your view on the subject.Nice week to all of you ! Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.
NO EXCUSES.Lining up to compete in a 70.3 Ironman triathlon is hard enough. Now imagine that with the added stress of not having most of your intestines. Brandon was dealt a blow during his college days of severe ulcerative colitis that resulted in an ileostomy and a health struggle he has been dealing with for 20 years and over 26 surgeries. Trying to live a normal, healthy life with complications of an ostomy bag, Brandon was at the point where he just didn't want to live. Having made it through that dark time, he started running. That reignited his natural competitive tendencies to compete where it landed him at the start line of Ironman 70.3 Chattanooga this year. A harrowing journey that ends in a story not to be missed. For anyone who has been dealt with similar health issues and needs a resource you can reach Brandon at: email@example.comOn the Web:www.athletesinmotionpodcast.comOn YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/@AthletesinMotionPodcastEpisodes Sponsored by:TriTomR Endurance LLC www.tritomrendurance.com
Athletes and legendary coaches from sport are often cited by leaders to motivate, inspire, and pull together as a team. But how many leaders actually practice and employ the skills these high-achievers leverage to be successful? In today's sports landscape, coaches who have embraced emotional intelligent approaches are scoring points and building dynasties. And corporate leaders have a lot to learn from them. Today, Dr. Peter Sear and I talk about how sport leadership has changed and become more empathic over the last two decades - thus attracting a different kind of leader. We discuss how coaches manage empathic relationships and get the balance of "close but not too close" right. Peter also shares the concept of Empathic Accuracy and tips for how to help your team build empathy among each other. To access the episode transcript, please click on the episode title at www.TheEmpathyEdge.com Key Takeaways:It is important to find and keep the balance between coach and athlete. It is also important to maintain relationships between all players, not just one or two. The same thing goes for employers and employees. Nothing beats getting to know someone on a human level - it is not about the favorites or about me form that someone has filled in. In modern workplaces, it is important that leaders model and show empathy to their teams. That has to start with awareness and shoring up their own empathy skills. "The ‘my way or the highway' approach that coaches often used to apply just doesn't work with athletes of this generation. They've got different expectations and different powers." — Dr. Peter Sear, Founder, Empathic Minds About Dr. Peter Sear, Founder Empathic MindsI started off as a Futures Floor Trader, trading sugar futures in London, for five years. I traveled before going to University aged 23, to study psychology. That led to my first Masters degree, during which I opened a property company with my parents. I continued to study, getting another Masters, in Jung, and learning some neuroscience. I've worked in many roles, including as a commissioned artist. My PhD was at Loughborough (the best University in the world for sport related research!). Since then, I've written for Psychology Today, The World Financial Review among others. I now help coaches, leaders, organizations, consultancies, and individuals learn about the powers of empathy and how to develop them. Connect with Dr. Peter Sear: The Empathic Minds Organisation: https://empathicminds.org/Book: Empathic Leadership: Lessons from Elite Sporthttps://www.taylorfrancis.com/books/mono/10.4324/9781003324676/empathic-leadership-peter-searX: https://twitter.com/DrPeterSearLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-peter-sear-em-3b226096/ From our Sponsor:GET YOUR FREE GUIDE! Teri Schmidt, Director of Stronger to Serve Coaching & Teambuilding, (Listen here to Ep 165) shares how you can craft effective team building experiences that foster connection, lock in valuable professional skills and benefit your community. Introducing Learn By Doing (Good) – the ultimate team building events that seamlessly blend professional development with community service - and offer real ROI for all that time away from your "real work!". Download your free guide: Team Connection: 10 Activities to Connect in 10 Minutes or Less and learn more about these innovative experiences for your in-person, remote, or hybrid team at https://becomestrongertoserve.com/empathyedge Join the tribe, download your free guide! Discover what empathy can do for you: http://red-slice.com/business-benefits-empathy Connect with Maria: Get the podcast and book: TheEmpathyEdge.comLearn more about Maria and her work: Red-Slice.comHire Maria to speak at your next event: Red-Slice.com/Speaker-Maria-RossTake my LinkedIn Learning Course! Leading with EmpathyLinkedIn: Maria RossInstagram: @redslicemariaX: @redsliceFacebook: Red SliceThreads: @redslicemaria
Our private investor club proudly presents the Players Family Office division.We have a strategic commitment to forming strong partnerships with professional athletes who seek investment opportunities. In this video, we break down our process of closely collaborating with professional athletes to support them in making informed and prudent financial choices.Discover how the Family Office Club can serve as your reliable and trusted resource, assisting you in sports team transactions, investments, brokerage, or athlete collaborations.00:12 American Football in Europe: A Unique Perspective from Vienna, Austria00:23 Inside the World of Team Ownership: Structuring Deals and Financing00:37 Exploring the Value of Professional Athlete Teams in the United States00:48 Introducing Players Family Office: Connecting Athletes with Conservative Cash Flow and Real Estate Opportunities01:01 Exploring Medical Practice Deals and Financial Challenges Faced by Professional Athletes 01:29 - Observing High Valuations in U.S. Sports Teams and the Associated Opportunities and Risks 01:41 - How the Family Office Club Can Support Sports Team Transactions and Athlete Collaborations 01:56 - Join Our Community of Athlete Investors and Explore Opportunities at FamilyOffices.com#billionarie #familyoffices #investor #privateinvestors #capitalraising #funding #investorclub -----------------Our 16-year-old investor club, the Family Office Club, has 25 team members, 2 million social followers, has closed on over $500M of transactions, has over 4,000 active investors, and hosts 15 live events a year. To join our investor club as a capital raiser or CEO of a company needing capital to access our live community events, please visit https://FamilyOffices.comTo register with us as an investor to access live community events please visit https://InvestorClub.comWe have free web classes and books for you to download on https://lp.FamilyOffices.com/book + https://CapitalRaising.com To date, our podcast and YouTube content has been downloaded over 5 million times. Please subscribe to this channel as well as our Family Office Podcast so you do not miss our most popular mini-series content https://www.youtube.com/@FamilyOfficeClub
Ben Bergeron is a CrossFit Affiliate owner, CrossFit Games Coach, Owner of CompTrain, Ted Speaker, Author of two books, and host of the Chasing Excellence Podcast. Ben's 15 year coaching tenure including working with the best CrossFit Games athletes in the world including world champion Katrin Davidsdottir and Mat Fraser.In today's conversation Ben takes a look back at his hall of fame coaching career and pulls out 15 major lessons he learned over the course of 15 years. If you found value in this conversation please be sure to leave a rating, review, and share it on your social medias. For a free LMNT sample pack use the link: www.drinkLMNT.com/mindsetadvantage
Watch it on YouTube: https://youtu.be/LptkDXHaTpw Various electric performances at the 2023 Dimond League Final closed out the season and are building onto an even bigger year in 2024. Below checkout out the timestamps to see the athletes Joshua & Aaron Potts talked too. 0:00 Intro 0:40 Mondo Duplantis breaks his own Pole Vault WR with a 6.23m vault 1:52 Gudaf Tsegay breaks the 5000m WR after claiming the 10K title at the World Athletics Championships 2:38 Noah Lyles talks about his "SENSATIONAL" season 3:51 Jakob Ingerbristen completes the Diamond League Final double in the Mile and 3000m 4:58 Yared Nuguse breaks the Mile American Record 6:39 Cole Hocker's 3:48 gives him 6th Place and makes him part of the immense young talent in the mile 7:14 Mario Garcia breaks the Spanish Mile Record 7:56 Athing Mu gets her redemption from the World Championships with the 800m win and U.S. record 9:42 Marco Arop breaks the Canadian National Record and is coming into perfect form right on time 10:56 U.S. Women's Throws are DOMINANT 13:37 Quincy Hall runs 44.44 to finish 2nd in the DL Final after 3rd at the World Championships 14:34 Rai Benjamin & Kyron McMaster speak on this legendary era in the 400m H. 17:27 Outro
We can't possibly sift through all the information that is available to us . There is an overwhelming and constant flow of studies, data, ads and reels that claim they can transform our minds, bodies and eating habits. When it comes to our spiritual lives, there is an endless stream of sermons, teaching clips, soundbites and podcasts that promise life change. But how do you know if any of it is true? Which ones should we trust? Which voice do we listen to? Check out the False Jesus podcast and newsletter at falsejesus.substack.com or wherever your listen to podcasts. Learn more about Kent and Erica Chevalier's ministry with Athletes in Action and the Pittsburgh Steelers here.When available, episode notes are at Lionshare.org/podcast. Learn more about Lionshare's ministry at Lionshare.org Purchase books on discipleship and subscribe to teaching videos at Lionshare.org/store Download the Lionshare Leadership Group app for free video devotionals.
Bob Harrington and Manesh Patel discuss sudden cardiac death in athletes and the importance of the chain of survival. This podcast is intended for healthcare professionals only. To read a transcript or to comment, visit https://www.medscape.com/author/bob-harrington COVID and the Athlete's Heart https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/945282 Outcomes Registry for Cardiac Conditions in Athletes https://doi.org/10.1161/JAHA.122.029052 2020 AHA/ACC Guideline for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Patients With Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy https://doi.org/10.1161/CIR.0000000000000937 Point-of-care screening for HFrEF using artificial intelligence during ECG-enabled stethoscope examination https://doi.org/10.1016/s2589-7500(21)00256-9 International recommendations for electrocardiographic interpretation in athletes https://doi.org/10.1093/eurheartj/ehw631 Elevation of Cardiac Troponins After Endurance Running Competitions https://doi.org/10.1161/CIRCULATIONAHA.118.034655 Vigorous Exercise in Patients With Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy https://doi.org/10.1001/jamacardio.2023.1042 Eligibility and Disqualification Recommendations for Competitive Athletes With Cardiovascular Abnormalities: Preamble, Principles, and General Considerations https://doi.org/10.1161/CIR.0000000000000236 RACE-CARS Trial https://racecarstrial.org/ AHA CPR Resources https://cpr.heart.org/en/cpr-courses-and-kits/hands-only-cpr You may also like: Medscape editor-in-chief Eric Topol, MD, and master storyteller and clinician Abraham Verghese, MD, on Medicine and the Machine https://www.medscape.com/features/public/machine Hear John Mandrola, MD's summary and perspective on the top cardiology news each week, on This Week in Cardiology https://www.medscape.com/twic Questions or feedback, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Doug explains how the Dolphins beat the Patriots Sunday night in a different, impressive way than they defeated the Chargers in week one. Doug and the crew discuss Sean McVay's decision to kick a field goal late in the Rams' loss to the 49ers. Former NFL Player Brandon Copeland joins Doug to talk about what is behind his idea for Athletes.Org. Plus, Dan Beyer takes Doug through a game of "Big Deal, Little Deal or No Deal?".See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A lot of female athletes suffer from low energy availability and RED-S which stands for Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport. In fact, one study showed that 41 to 47% of female athletes have problematic low energy availability. That means almost half of us are not performing at our best because we aren't eating enough.And, yes, eating disorders and disordered eating play into this equation, but we also understand that it's sometimes just hard to eat enough calories to support the massive energy output with training volume and proper timing.To bridge this awareness gap, Sara Gross welcomes Pippa Woolen Peters and Holly Brooks from Project RED-S. Project RED-S is the digital clubhouse for RED-S awareness, prevention, and support. As it says on its website, Project RED-S is, “A place where people of all ages, genders, abilities, and activities can come together to learn how to prevent or overcome Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport. A place to pursue peak performance in a healthy body and mind. Where, instead of winning at all costs, it's about winning without compromise.”Project RED-S takes an athlete-to-athlete approach to their education and resources because both Pippa and Holly have had their own life-changing experiences with RED-S.They discuss:The implications that low energy availability has had on their personal and professional livesHow to recognize and address red flags of disordered eating in athletesThe difficulty in determining when an athlete's dedication to their sport crosses the line into disordered behavior, such as obsessive clean eating or an excessive focus on performanceThe pressures to conform to a certain body type in sports and the need for more diverse role modelsWhy initiatives like Project RED-S focus on “the long game” and not short-term results and gratificationHow to determine your body's needs and rebuild trust in yourselfFrom personal stories to support, science, and mentorship, Project RED-S is an all-inclusive resource for helping athletes “nourish to flourish.”Sign up to Receive The Feist Newsletter:https://www.womensperformance.com/the-feist Watch the Women of Kona Campaign:https://www.feistytriathlon.com/watch-the-women Follow us on Instagram:@feisty_womens_performance Feisty Media Website:https://livefeisty.com/ https://www.womensperformance.com/ Support our Partners:The Amino Co: Shop Feisty's Favorite 100% Science-Backed Amino Acid Supplements. Enter code PERFORMANCE at Aminoco.com/PERFORMANCE to Save 30% + receive a FREE gift for new purchasers! Use code FEISTY25 for 25% off at https://pulpculture.la/
The Rhoden Fellows class of 2024 discuss what it means to be a student- athlete at an HBCU. They are joined by FAMU track star Michael Crimbley II, and Howard volleyball players Sierra Edmonds and Heaven Nunley. The student-athletes talk about their experiences with the sports they love, while the fellows learn what it means to be good multitaskers. Do you want to be a part of the next class of Rhoden Fellows? Apply here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In today's episode, we tackle the tough challenge of being overlooked as a player. What does it mean if you get benched or cut? How come you aren't getting better as fast as your teammates? Does this mean you'll never catch up or be the player you want to be? Listen to the stories of these athletes and discover how this can help you on your journey. Let's get it! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thesoccerspecialist/message
Can you recall a time when you were struggling just to make it through the day? When getting out of bed was a massive task? Sadly, many of us have been there. But don't we all yearn for something better, something vibrant and full of life? Encouragingly, this aspiration isn't out of reach. One merely needs to embark on a journey of fitness, strength, and personal growth from surviving to thriving. In this episode, Derick Johnson a fitness coach and motivational speaker, shares his personal journey of growing up in a challenging household and how he used fitness and personal development to overcome adversity. He emphasizes the importance of moving from a mindset of survival to one of thriving. Derick challenges listeners to become the person they would be proud of and to share their experiences with others. Everyone has the potential to make the transformation from surviving to thriving. This journey is an adventure that fosters fitness, strength, and profound personal growth. It might not be easy, and it might involve tackling challenging obstacles head-on. But it's within reach for us all, given that we invest in our well-being and focus on self-improvement. This step towards transformation is not just a journey towards a fuller life but also a journey within ourselves, to understand our deepest desires, strengths, and potential. Behold the empowering journey of fitness, strength, and personal growth. Isn't it time we moved from surviving to thriving? Expect to learn something new! "Give yourself permission to be human and seek help when needed." – Derick Johnson Topics Covered: 00:00 - Introduction to the topic of surviving vs. thriving 01:05 - Derick shares his background and upbringing 03:41 - Derick's coping mechanism was fitness and perspective hopping 06:43 - learned to give others the love he lacked 11:19 - Movies as motivation and inspiration 12:04 - Observing patterns in people and their lives 15:08 - Taking control of emotions and reactions 18:12 - Prioritizing self-care in the morning 19:53 - Setting a time limit for negative emotions 21:43 - The importance of allowing oneself to be human and release emotions 24:00 - Ways to recharge and guard one's energy: nature, laughter, new experiences 28:21 - The benefits of engaging in meaningful conversations 30:57 - Recognizing patterns of using social media to avoid facing issues 32:31 - The value of stillness and being present in the moment 32:31 - Importance of presence and meaningful conversation 33:13 - Negative effects of social media addiction on connection 35:33 - Be authentic and share vulnerable stories on social media 36:14 - Meaningful conversations and connections through social media 39:18 - Give to others and create connections 39:58 - Connect with Derick Key Takeaways: Steps you take to shift from survival mode to thriving in life. How challenging experiences inspire personal growth and development. Ways can fitness empower and build confidence. Learning to read people and observe patterns benefits your life. Importance of giving yourself permission to be human and seek help when needed. Strategies for building resilience in the face of adversity. Connect with Derick Johnson: Website Facebook Instagram Connect with Sherry Shaban: Website Facebook Instagram Twitter TikTok LinkedIn YouTube Join me November 25 - December 2, 2023, for the most transformative week of your life at the breathtaking Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica, where you will experience the most liberating Exclusive Transformational Wellness Workshop and Retreat on the planet. To win a $500 Voucher, Subscribe & Leave a Review and email a screenshot of your review to email@example.com, so I know who you are! Keep it up, Athletes! Sherry
As sports have evolved, so too have the risks associated with them. Athletes, especially young ones, are exposed to various types of injuries. They range from concussions to sprains and fractures. Many young athletes engage in high-intensity activities which can increase the likelihood of injury. However, there are some existing misconceptions about sports injuries that you might encounter. Since it is difficult to tell the difference between sprains and strains, people tend to hesitate in seeking medical attention. Therefore, it is crucial to recognize the differences between strains and sprains for effective care. Prevention is better than cure. This age-old proverb holds especially true in sports, where pursuing excellence often pushes athletes to their physical limits. It has been stated that sports injury prevention is not merely a reactive measure but a bedrock upon which an athlete's endurance is built. Therefore, we must invest in strategies that fortify athletes against potential injuries. Athletes, coaches, and parents must be open and aware of the signs that an injury may be more than just a temporary setback. Dr. Derrick Burgess says, "Preventing sports injuries is not only about safeguarding physical health but also preserving the passion and potential of athletes." Southern Remedy is Mississippi Public Broadcasting's flagship wellness radio program dedicated to keeping Mississippians healthy. It consists of a weekday call-in radio show. The call-in radio program airs at 11 a.m. on weekdays. Each day, a different healthcare provider from the University of Mississippi Medical Center discusses various topics and answers questions from listeners. In this episode with Southern Remedy, Dr. Morgan McLeod and Dr. Derrick Burgess will discuss various topics related to sports injuries, wellness, and significant questions and concerns about athletic performance and development. In addition, the conversation will touch on the critical aspects of concussion management in sports, the role of physical therapy in recovery, the significance of bone health and strength training, and the importance of proper care and recovery. Tune in as we learn what to do in the crucial moments after a sports injury, explore some practical tips for safeguarding kids in sports, and possess the knowledge to respond effectively in the face of sports injury. "Becoming a good athlete is more than just learning how to play your sport or being skilled in your sport. It's important to have athleticism." – Dr. Derrick Burgess Topics Covered: (00:02:27) Who is Dr. Derrick Burgess? (00:03:46) Common injuries in football and soccer (00:05:13) Difference of sprain and strain (00:07:24) How can we prevent ankle sprains from happening? (00:10:08) Make early diagnosis for sports injuries (00:12:10) The importance of consulting the surgeon (00:14:55) Signs that suggest a possible fracture rather than a sprain. (00:16:48) Quick Reminder: Are you enjoying this episode? Please share it, leave a five-star review, and give feedback. Go to TimeOut with the SportsDr website. (00:18:31) Kid's bodies are different. (00:20:22) The Impact of Repetitive Motion on Athletic Performance and Injury Prevention (00:22:49) The importance of stretching and strengthening exercises for injury prevention (00:26:05) Communicate with your therapist (00:28:40) The role of weight training in bone health (00:31:36) Smoking is a risk factor for diminished bone strength (00:33:41) How can we recognize concussions? (00:37:08) Give your brain a rest. Key Takeaways: "Weak ankles are more prone to be sprained again, and the part that people typically miss is the doing the physical therapy or the exercises needed to strengthen the ankle after an initial injury." – Dr. Derrick Burgess "People downplay physical therapy so much, but physical therapy is so important." – Dr. Morgan McLeod "Making the early diagnosis allows us to start treatment right away." – Dr. Derrick Burgess "We have to realize that kid's bodies are different. So, to have normal healthy growth, they need nutrients, rest, and physical strengthening." – Dr. Derrick Burgess "One of the things for preventing fractures is your bone health, and so weight training is essential." – Dr. Derrick Burgess "Smoking makes you at higher risk for fractures and decreases your bone strength." – Dr. Derrick Burgess Connect with Southern Remedy (MBP): Website: https://www.mpbonline.org/radio/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mpbonline/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TimeOut.SportsDr Twitter: https://twitter.com/MPBOnline LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/mississippi-public-broadcasting/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/MSPublicBroadcasting Connect with Dr. Derrick Burgess: Website: https://www.drderrickthesportsdr.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drderrickthesportsdr/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TimeOut.SportsDr LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/derrick-burgess-72047b246/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHGDu1zT4K_X6PnYELu8weg Email: firstname.lastname@example.org This episode of TimeOut with the SportsDr. is produced by Podcast VAs Philippines - the team that helps podcasters effectively launch and manage their podcasts, so we don't have to. 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On the Monday edition of The Best Of The Doug Gottlieb Show: Doug explains how the Dolphins beat the Patriots Sunday night in a different, impressive way than they defeated the Chargers in week one. Doug sums up the exciting game between Colorado and Colorado State from the weekend that resulted in a Buffalos win and star player Travis Hunter getting hospitalized. Doug and the crew discuss Sean McVay's decision to kick a field goal late in the Rams' loss to the 49ers. Former NFL Player Brandon Copeland joins Doug to talk about what is behind his idea for Athletes.Org. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In episode 894, Mark Bell, Nsima Inyang, and Andrew Zaragoza talk about how the greatest athletes of all time weren't "just athletes", they were down right geniuses in how they approached their sport. Official Power Project Website: https://powerproject.live Join The Power Project Discord: https://discord.gg/yYzthQX5qN Subscribe to the Power Project Clips Channel: https://youtube.com/channel/UC5Df31rlDXm0EJAcKsq1SUw Special perks for our listeners below! ➢ https://Peluva.com/PowerProject Code POWERPROJECT15 to save 15% off Peluva Shoes! ➢https://drinkag1.com/powerproject Receive a year supply of Vitamin D3+K2 & 5 Travel Packs! ➢ https://withinyoubrand.com/ Code POWERPROJECT to save 15% off supplements! ➢ https://markbellslingshot.com/ Code POWERPROJECT to save 15% off all gear and apparel! ➢ https://mindbullet.com/ Code POWERPROJECT to save 15% off Mind Bullet! ➢ https://goodlifeproteins.com/ Code POWERPROJECT to save up to 25% off your Build a Box ➢ Better Fed Beef: https://betterfedbeef.com/pages/powerproject ➢ https://hostagetape.com/powerproject to receive a year supply of Hostage Tape and Nose Strips for less than $1 a night! ➢ https://thecoldplunge.com/ Code POWERPROJECT to save $150!! ➢ Enlarging Pumps (This really works): https://bit.ly/powerproject1 Pumps explained: https://youtu.be/qPG9JXjlhpM ➢ https://www.vivobarefoot.com/us/powerproject to save 15% off Vivo Barefoot shoes! ➢ https://vuori.com/powerproject to automatically save 20% off your first order at Vuori! ➢ https://www.eightsleep.com/powerproject to automatically save $150 off the Pod Pro at 8 Sleep! ➢ https://marekhealth.com/PowerProject to receive 10% off our Panel, Check Up Panel or any custom panel! ➢ Piedmontese Beef: https://www.CPBeef.com/ Use Code POWER at checkout for 25% off your order plus FREE 2-Day Shipping on orders of $150 Follow Mark Bell's Power Project Podcast ➢ https://www.PowerProject.live ➢ https://lnk.to/PowerProjectPodcast ➢ Insta: https://www.instagram.com/markbellspowerproject ➢ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/markbellspowerproject FOLLOW Mark Bell ➢ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/marksmellybell ➢https://www.tiktok.com/@marksmellybell ➢ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MarkBellSuperTraining ➢ Twitter: https://twitter.com/marksmellybell Follow Nsima Inyang ➢ https://www.breakthebar.com/learn-more ➢YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/NsimaInyang ➢Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nsimainyang/?hl=en ➢TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@nsimayinyang?lang=en Follow Andrew Zaragoza on all platforms ➢ https://direct.me/iamandrewz #PowerProject #Podcast #MarkBell #FitnessPodcast #markbellspowerproject
Life isn't fair. Perhaps that is why we love sports. In sports, the aspiration at least, is to even the playing field. But that endeavor in and of itself, poses many challenges. What does the inclusion of transgender athletes mean for sports? For ESPN's Katie Barnes, a journalist who covers the intersection of gender and athletics, the answers here are never simple. Katie joins Jay to discuss the gender politics of sports at all levels of performance, as they break down in their new book, Fair Play: How Sports Shapes The Gender Debates. This conversation distills the complex and often-sensitive questions around transgender competitors, many of whom are kids who simply want to enjoy the sport they love. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
More than a Score Founder, Eliyjah Fields joins the Blazecast. We discuss creating a brand, athlete's mental health and more. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/blazereviewinc/support
Welcome to my podcast. I am Doctor Warrick Bishop, and I want to help you to live as well as possible for as long as possible. I'm a practising cardiologist, best-selling author, keynote speaker, and the creator of The Healthy Heart Network. I have over 20 years as a specialist cardiologist and a private practice of over 10,000 patients. The episode discusses various topics in sports cardiology and cardiac health. It explores the potential link between endurance exercise and atrial fibrillation in athletes. It also notes that exercise is generally good for heart health but may be associated with increased calcium buildup in arteries for long-distance runners. The episode covers genetic testing for cardiac conditions in athletes and reviews causes of sudden cardiac death in young people, finding that coronary artery disease is a leading cause. It highlights the importance of identifying people with familial hypercholesterolemia to reduce cardiac risks.
Is Love written in the cards? Today's guests think so. Meet thedynamic duo known as “Dear Wise Women.” Think of them as a blend of Page 6's intrigue, the mystique of The Horoscopes, and the sage wisdom of Ann Landers. These remarkable sisters, Donna Bernard and Jeri Isaacs, possess a remarkable talent –the ability to guide you through your life's journey through the power of playing cards. Every one of us has a birthdate, and within that date lies insights into ourpersonality, potential partner and even our destiny. Ever wonder why some connections feel soprofound or feel that you've known someone your whole life? Donna and Jeri know why and have all the answers, and it comes down to the day you were born. They're share how they use cards as a tool to gain insights into your preferences, a way to look for compatibility, and help guide you in the right direction when searching for love. It's, fun, it never disappoints and it's always in the cards. Jeri Isaacs & Donna Bernard, known as DearWiseWomen, are Astrological Advisors and NEWSBreak Contributors with a popular column on the NEWSBreak app. They take an in depth look at the Birthday Cards of Celebrities, Politicians, and Athletes in order to explain thepersonality traits associated with different cards. DearWiseWomen offers personalized sessions exclusively for their fanbase. They also host a podcast Dear Wise Women on 360 Network for Women and co-moderate a Clubhouse room discussing family dynamics and relationships, embracing an ancient personality identification system. Their mission is to provide advice and wisdom with humor, and they started their blog, "DearWiseWomen.com," in May 2021, analyzing famous relationships.Kerry discusses common relationship questions, including finding soulmates.Jeri provides examples of how they guide people in the process of finding love.Spotting Red Flags: Donna talks about how she helps people identify red flags and provide warnings about potential issues in their relationships.Matching and Compatibility: Jeri explains how they determine if two people are a good match and how they guide individuals in playing their cards right from the beginning.Card Interpretation (Using Kerry as an Example): Kerry's card combination: Ace of Spades, 9 of Spades, and 7 of Diamonds.Donna and Jeri both discuss how the cards combined with birthdays help guide individuals in various aspects of life, aligning goals, and values.Understanding Card Suits: Jeri explains the four suits: hearts, clubs, diamonds, and spades, and what they signify.Self-awareness and Personal Growth: The importance of self-awareness and understanding strengths and weaknesses in finding a successful relationship.Communication and Success:How the cards aid in improving communication, which contributes to success in both business and relationships.Timing and Auspicious Moments: Can the cards help identify the right time to meet someone? Discusses timing in relationships.Using Cards to understand one's personality.Communication for Success: How improved communication, guided by the cards, can lead to success in business and relationships.Dating Tips Inspired by Dear Wise Women: Seek Guidance: Call Donna and Jeri for insights using the card system based on astrology.Learn from Past Relationships: Dear Wise Women can help identify past relationship issues and guide you towards finding the right partner.Trust Your Destiny: Remember that your destiny is written, listen to your intuition, and know that it's always in the cards.
Thanks to LMNT for sponsoring this video! Head to https://drinklmnt.com/FLO to get your free sample pack with any purchase. Jennifer Schmidt helps active people navigate their mental health challenges towards wellness. She is a Recreation Therapist and Functional Medicine Certified Health Coach, taking athletes mental health beyond exercise. Watch this full interview on YouTube: https://youtu.be/SrG9dn2ADp0 CHAPTERS: 00:00 how your sport performance can improve significantly 03:06 how Jen became a mental health coach for athletes 05:15 how mental health starts in the body 06:54 recognizing mental health issues in athletes 10:56 getting to the root causes of stress responses, looking at biology 16:02 anxiety and depression as symptoms, not isolated states 17:01 practical ways to manage anxiety in the moment 20:29 inflammation with anxiety and depression 22:31 nail the basics, then get to the “fancy” stuff 23:47 stress of a busy schedules and talking about our emotions 28:47 potential benefits of cold exposure 36:29 light and mood, circadian rhythms, SAD lamps 40:57 injury and identity with sport 44:04 journaling, stream of consciousness writing and gratitude 47:39 laughter is the best medicine! 53:48 transformational journeys for athletes 58:22 holistic approach to training and health 1:00:22 mental health after racing, finding that dopamine hit! 1:03:03 find out more about Jennifer 1:04:32 closing thoughts Floris FIND JENNIFER SCHMIDT HERE: ► Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/ignitehealthcoaching ► Website - www.igniteyourhealth.ca ► Weekly Newsletter - https://www.igniteyourhealth.ca/mental-health-pb/ LINKS & TOOLS ► Wim Hof on Extramilest Show https://youtu.be/6-WVAsie2oA YOU CAN FIND ME, FLORIS GIERMAN HERE: ► Podcast: https://extramilest.com/podcast ► My Running Coaching Program: https://www.pbprogram.com ► My weekly newsletter: https://extramilest.com/subscribe ► Strava: https://www.strava.com/athletes/1329785 ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/florisgierman ► Website: https://extramilest.com ► Website: https://pathprojects.com Affiliate Disclosure: I may earn commissions if you purchase items via my affiliate links. "As an Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.” Affiliate links do not increase cost to you. Also, you do not need to use these links. You can also search for these same items in Amazon or on any search engine/shopping site of your choice and buy/research them that way. ABOUT THE EXTRAMILEST SHOW: A podcast and YouTube channel where host Floris Gierman interviews world class athletes, coaches and health experts on the topic of how to become a stronger, healthier and happier athlete.
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Leaders have much to learn from elite athletes. From commitment and goal-setting to resilience and discipline, the mindsets of champions can impact your business and your life in powerful ways. In this special edition of The Game Changing Attorney Podcast, get to know four A-list athletes with transformational lessons you can apply immediately: Colin O'Brady: 10X World Record Holder & Best-Selling Author Marcus Filly: Founder of Functional Bodybuilding James Lawrence: The Iron Cowboy Joe De Sena: Founder & CEO of Spartan Links & Resources Episode Show Notes Episode 75 — Colin O'Brady Episode 175 — Marcus Filly Episode 73 — James Lawrence Episode 161 — Joe De Sena