You've done everything you can to avoid injury. You focused on fueling and hydration, followed a well-balanced strength and conditioning program, removed intensity when needed, and diversified your training to include a multisport approach. You leveraged all of the strategies Matt covered in the first two episodes of our three-part series on injury prevention and management. Despite your best efforts, you now find yourself fending off the niggles and worry about it becoming a larger issue. In our final segment on breaking the injury cycle, Matt moves beyond strategies for injury prevention and digs into the painful reality of coping with nagging injuries. In this episode of the Purple Patch Podcast, Matt provides insight, based on patterns he has seen as a coach over many years, on how to avoid getting stuck in a cycle of injury and successfully emerge ready to train and compete. Matt shares 6 principles that are important to apply a smart and pragmatic approach to overcoming the niggles and injuries. Understanding Your Injury (12:28) "If you're going to manage through any soft tissue, or even bone injury, it's really important that you spend the time to investigate what is actually going on, and how to manage." Preventing a Niggle from Becoming an Injury (25:55) "with tugs, or tightness, a general rule is to actually allow your body to do its thing. In other words, as I like to say, leave it the heck alone." (26:27) "The body is really good at regressing to the mean, in other words, restoring, adapting, recuperating, and you don't want to intervene with that process." Avoiding Detraining (30:23) "You are a multi-sport athlete. And so we want to ensure that we double down and ensure that we don't de-train across the other elements. You are an athlete. And we need to ensure that we maintain an athlete mindset and approach almost every situation no matter what happens as much as we can." Embracing the Four Pillars of Performance (42:35) "When you do experience a little bit of a niggle or do have to navigate injury, you want to really double down on those two pillars, great nutritional support, and really focusing on destressing, and prioritizing sleep and downtime." Following the Guidelines of Re-entry (43:06) "The most harm, and an extension of an injury, tends to occur as an athlete has got over the initial symptoms and begins to actually progress back to regular training." Leverage the Opportunity of Adversity (50:41) "Every time that you face in a niggle or injury, there are always lessons to be drawn. And that is a part of growth, of becoming smarter about your body or developing autonomy, and in fact, a platform for you ultimately, to build resilience. " Episode Timestamps 00:00 - 02:19 - Welcome and Episode Introduction 02:26 - 04:56 - Matt's News-ings 05:10 - 08:46 - Word of the Week 8:54 - Episode 237: Breaking the Injury Cycle (Part 3) - 6 Principles of Injury Management Purple Patch Video Podcast and More Episode 230: Breaking the Injury Cycle (Part 1) - 5 Keys to Prevention and Lowering Risk Episode 233: Breaking the Injury Cycle (Part 2) - The Role of Nutrition RSVP For The Grand Opening Of The Purple Patch Performance Center Free Live Webinar - Free Speed: Essential Strategies to Help You Align Trained Potential with Race-Day Performance Training Camp - 2023 Kona Triathlon Camp Purple Patch Coaching Consultation The Purple Patch Center is Open - Learn More and Schedule a Visit Purple Patch and Episode Resources This episode is sponsored by our collaboration with INSIDE TRACKER. Inside Tracker and Purple Patch - Receive 20% off their services with code: PURPLEPATCHPRO20 Ask Matt Anything - Leave a voicemail question for Matt Learn more about Purple Patch Squad High-Performance Training Program Join Bike Squad - Don't just exercise and work out; learn to train with our structured online cycling program Join Run Squad - Increase your running performance through our progressive, multi-sport approach to running Learn more about Purple Patch Fully Customized 1:1 Coaching Learn more about Purple Patch Strength Programming Purple Patch Swim Analysis Stay Up-to-Date with Purple Patch News and Events Purple Patch Upcoming Webinars and Events
The question we alllll have asked ourselves: “How do I make sure I don't get injured?” Well, we can't know when it will BUT we can learn and apply techniques in our routines to make these unhappy circumstances LESS likely to happen! This week, we get to learn from exercise physiologist, Jennifer Schwartz, how to take better care of our bodies in the form of active recovery, sleep, hydration, flexibility, injury prevention and injury management techniques and more! Hope you brought your notebook ‘cause you'll certainly need it! Follow Jennifer on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/jennifer_simone_schwartz/ Check out the “Think Fit, Be Fit” podcast - https://www.thinkfitbefitpodcast.com/ Jennifer's personal website - https://jennifersimoneschwartz.medium.com/ Check out our NEW WTCCO Apparel! - https://ashley-b-training.myshopify.com/ Help us grow the podcast and review it on Apple! - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/when-the-cleats-come-off/id1525612274 Similar Episodes of When the Cleats Come Off: Delaney Spaulding: The road to the olympics and overcoming the ultimate injury - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5SlBDPPkl_E&list=PLmey7_LOSN8tSia6gcWqtIzTTyTDpOodr&index=48&t=3818s Kaylea Snaer: Unleash your potential with yoga and breathwork - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SIk4Qsl_4yc&list=PLmey7_LOSN8tSia6gcWqtIzTTyTDpOodr&index=21&t=2s China McCarney: Arm conditioning and mental training - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FxmvQqRwP-E&list=PLmey7_LOSN8tSia6gcWqtIzTTyTDpOodr&index=1&t=121s
In this episode of the podcast I was delighted to welcome Dr. Lorcan Daly back on to discuss all things recovery, periodisation and training goals. We explore the use of ice baths & sauna's, how to use them effectively, when they are beneficial as well as when they can be harmful to adaptation. We also discuss periodisation for the GAA athlete, how to structure your program over the different phases of the year and what you should focus on during each cycle. Dr. Daly speaks on his experience of dealing with inter-county teams, the interplay between managers & coaches as well as what he learned being involved with high performance teams over the last couple of years. Follow Mobility Tutor on Instagram, TikTok & YouTube. Get your free Return to Running Protocol here!
There are races anyone can register for; there are races you have to enter a lottery for; and then there are races you have to QUALIFY for. On today's episode, Coach John Mayfield and Pro Triathlete Elizabeth James discuss the smattering of exclusive events where a spot on the start line requires more than dollars. How do the race entry lotteries work? What is the qualification standard for Boston or New York? What's the best way to get a slot to the IRONMAN World Championship? If you aspire to race Kona, Boston, Western States, USA Triathlon Nationals, Escape from Alcatraz, 70.3 Worlds, Challenge Roth, or another prestigious endurance event, you'll want to tune in for all the tips to secure your spot! At TriDot, we trust 2Toms to keep us moving! 2Toms provides revolutionary products to prevent issues from chafing, blisters, odors and sweat. To make the switch to 2Toms, head to Medi-Dyne.com and use the code “TRIDOT” to save 20 percent on your entire order. Join the TriDot Crew at CLASH Daytona in December! Use code TRIDOTDAYTONA for 10% off any event! Register now at https://clash-usa.com/clash-daytona. And don't forget to sign up to get updates and early access to the TriDot Mark Allen Edition to be released Fall 2022: https://tridot.com/mark-allen-signup/
Liz Yerly has been my physical therapist since 2014. I initially saw her with plantar fasciitis but she has since seen me for a plethora of other injuries as well as post-surgery. She sees many endurance athletes and has a world-class facility. I enjoy working with her because she challenges me and keeps me from getting bored. She also uses a variety of methods to help me reach my goals. Besides being a physical therapist, Liz also is a certified athletic trainer and massage therapist. She teaches her clients the best ways to avoid injuries. She sees many common orthopedic injuries, including overuse injuries, and post-surgery patients. Liz has a vast knowledge of biomechanics, which allows her to examine athletes' movement patterns and resolve dysfunction to help decrease injury and improve performance. Liz developed the Chicago recovery room. In order to be seen there, clients don't need a prescription. The recovery room has compression boots, and ice baths, and they do a lot of education for athletes at all levels. She tries to work with clients who may not be able to afford therapy due to no insurance and those that may have issues with insurance. Her goal is to provide access to as many people as she can. Episode Highlights: What sparked Liz's Interest in physical therapy. Some of Liz's certifications Liz's experience with endurance athletes. Liz's tips to run injury-free.. Why Liz started the Chicago Recovery Room Liz talks some more about The Chicago Recovery Room. Guest Bio "I believe as physical therapists we have the unique ability to provide a missing piece in the healthcare spectrum. I want to be a resource for athletes and patients during all aspects of their care, whether for injury rehabilitation, preventative maintenance, or performance enhancements. We offer a skill set that should be utilized on a continuum that will ultimately result in overall improved function and continued wellness over time,” Liz Yerly Education Marquette University, Bachelor of Psychology Marquette University, Masters of Physical Therapy Certifications Certified Athletic Trainer Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist Full Body Certified in Active Release Technique Licensed Massage Therapist Certified Graston Technique Professional Interests A licensed practitioner in physical therapy, athletic training, massage therapy and personal training, Liz offers a unique perspective on injury prevention, maintenance, and rehabilitation of her patients and athletes. Liz has experience treating everyone from the collegiate athlete to the weekend warrior. She also sees many common orthopaedic injuries, including post-surgical patients and overuse injuries common in endurance sports. She has a vast knowledge of biomechanics which allows her to examine patient/athlete movement patterns and resolve dysfunctions to help decrease injury and improve performance. Liz provides individualized, hands-on patient care with a focus on soft tissue dysfunction. She completed her full body Active Release Certification in 2008; she is trained in administering intramuscular trigger point dry needling and also administers Graston Techniques which utilizes an instrument to detect and treat soft tissue fibrosis or chronic inflammation and restore range of motion. She has volunteered at numerous triathlon and marathon races, including the Madison, WI Ironman. She is also part of the medical staff for the Association of Volleyball Professionals (AVP) and Broadway in Chicago Performing Arts team. Liz also developed the Chicago Recovery Room concept, which is an open-to-the-public athletic training room providing access to state-of-the-art recovery tools and services for athletes. The Chicago Recovery Room provides athletes of all levels with affordable access to cutting-edge technology and treatment options to help speed up recovery, prevent injuries, and continue to train like the pros. Specialties Active Release Techniques Graston Technique Trigger Point Dry Needling Athletic Taping, FMS Runner's Analysis Bike Fitting Pose Certified Licensed Massage Therapist Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Licensed Athletic Trainer Connect with Liz Yerly See Liz's profile at Impact Physical Therapy Catch Liz's website Did you enjoy today's episode? Please subscribe and leave a review. If you have questions, comments, or possible show topics, email firstname.lastname@example.org. To subscribe and review use one links of the links below Apple Spotify Google Get a copy of the book Running Is Cheaper Than Therapy: A Journey Back to Wholeness. It is available in hardback, paperback, and newly released audio form. Connect with Dr. Ouida Brown Instagram @ouilifeouilove Facebook @ouilifeouilove33 Twitter @ouilifeouilove Youtube @ouilifeouilove Sign up for my newsletter http://bit.ly/OuilifeOuiloveNewsletter
In today's episode, Kate and Emma chat about injury prevention and muscular recovery! We talk about things like foam rolling, strength training, hot + cold exposure, dynamic stretching, lactic acid, and mobility work. Kate and Emma touch on the importance of rest days and listening to your body. We give our advice on avoiding injury while working out and share some key supplements to consider for recovery. Kate Glavan — instagram.com/kateglavan/ Emma Roepke — instagram.com/emma.roepke/ Sea Moss Girlies — instagram.com/seamossgirlies/ SUPPL. — instagram.com/thesuppl/ Sea Moss Girlies TikTok — tiktok.com/@seamossgirlies Sea Moss Girlies App on Geneva —https://bit.ly/3N2rPUu Use code SEAMOSSGIRLIES for 20% off your order of Sprout Living. sproutliving.com/ Head to athleticgreens.com/SEAMOSS to get a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. Head to Felixgrayglasses.com/ SEAMOSSGIRLIES to get a pair of blue light glasses. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
CLASH Endurance isn't just focused on the race, but an entire experience. On today's episode, CLASH CEO Bill Christy, and former professional triathlete Alicia Kaye, share how CLASH is creating large-scale multisport events that are competitive AND fun. The brand strives to be inclusive, family and spectator friendly, and welcoming to athletes of all abilities. How are they bringing fun back to fitness? How does CLASH get you access to race on NASCAR tracks? What type of events are offered for the whole family? Bill and Alicia answer this and much more! Listen in to learn how CLASH Endurance is reviving the festival feeling for endurance sports. A big thanks to UCAN for being a long time partner of the podcast! At TriDot we are huge believers in using UCAN to fuel our training and racing. To experience UCAN's LIVSTEADY products for yourself, head to their website UCAN.co! Use the code “TriDot” to save 20 percent on your entire order. Liked what you heard about the CLASH Endurance Events? Join the TriDot Crew at CLASH Daytona in December! Use code TRIDOTDAYTONA for 10% off any event! Register now at https://clash-usa.com/clash-daytona
In this episode of the podcast I was delighted to welcome on Niall O'Connor. Niall is a sports scientist, personal trainer & elite handballer who has competed at a national & inter-national level in handball, previously winning a doubles world championship. We discuss physical & mental preparation for elite sport, understanding momentum, difference between individual & team sport, controlling gameplay and how to successfully compete as a team. Niall speaks on how sports science has affected his training, gameplay strategies in the different codes of handball as well as mental strategies that can be applied to both individual & team sports. We also cover: - Is the GAA doing enough to promote the sport of handball in Ireland? - What beginner & intermediate players can focus on to improve their game? - Should the scoring system in handball be changed? Follow Mobility Tutor on Instagram, TikTok & YouTube. Get your free Return to Running Protocol here!
Melissa T. Merrick, Ph.D., is President and CEO of Prevent Child Abuse America (PCA America), the nation's oldest and largest nonprofit organization dedicated to the primary prevention of child abuse and neglect. She has more than 20 years of clinical, research, and leadership experience related to the etiology, course, and prevention of child abuse and neglect. Previously, Dr. Merrick was a senior epidemiologist at the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta. She is recognized as one of the country's foremost experts on adverse childhood experiences (ACEs). In partnership with the US Department of Health and Human Services' Office of Child Abuse and Neglect, she served for eight years as the lead scientist for the ACEs study at CDC and is the lead author of CDC's Vital Signs: ACEs, the most nationally representative report on the topic. Dr. Merrick successfully leverages her significant clinical and research experiences to communicate and disseminate the critical public health importance of preventing early adversity to key stakeholders with diverse priorities, backgrounds, and knowledge, including legislators, business and civic leaders, and members of the academic and medical communities. She is one of the principal architects of Thriving Families, Safer Children: A National Commitment to Well-being, which aims to reshape child welfare in the United States by focusing explicitly on equity and prevention. Thriving Families unites PCA America, the Children's Bureau, Annie E. Casey Foundation, and Casey Family Programs, among numerous other local partners, to proactively create the conditions and contexts for strong families and communities across the country.
Hello Everyone, and welcome back to the podcast!This week I had the pleasure of interviewing Preston Corbell. This retired Hollywood stuntman has been a part of many exciting projects, including DC and Marvel Universe comics and television series such as One tree hill and vampire diaries.In this episode, we learn some of Preston's favorite sports and athletes and an excellent behind-the-scenes listen to what a stuntman's life is like and how he landed a career as a stuntman. As a bonus, I also asked about his most memorable stunt throughout his 20-year career, so make sure you stick around and listen to the end.PS, check out Preston on his cameo profile attached in the linktree link below. Here are the five things Preston wishes he knew before he was a stuntman: Mental StrengthLongevityListen to Your Bodywillingness to AdaptBe HumbleSource: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jOM5NfkyT0U---------------------------------------------------------Helpful Links---------------------------------------------------------Preston CorbellInstagram - @Stunt.beastLinkTree
Wondering what all the red flags on the Plaza lawn are for? Check out this minisode with your host, Racheal Reed (she/her) as she talks about the Red Flag Campaign and reviews relationship violence's impact on different groups of folks, specifically women of color. Resources referenced The Red Flag Campaign – http://www.theredflagcampaign.orgThe Phoenix Center - https://www.thepca.org; 303-556-2255 Citations National Center for Injury Prevention and Control of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2017). The National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey (NISVS): 2010-2012 State Report. https://www.cdc.gov/violenceprevention/pdf/nisvs-statereportbook.pdfNational Coalition Against Domestic Violence. (2018). Domestic Violence and the LGBTQ Community. https://ncadv.org/blog/posts/domestic-violence-and-the-lgbtq-community Stockman JK, Hayashi H, Campbell JC. Intimate Partner Violence and its Health Impact on Ethnic Minority Women [corrected]. J Womens Health (Larchmt). 2015 Jan;24(1):62-79. doi: 10.1089/jwh.2014.4879. Epub 2014 Dec 31. Erratum in: J Womens Health (Larchmt). 2015 Mar;24(3):256. PMID: 25551432; PMCID: PMC4302952.
Youth athlete injury prevention goes far beyond corrective exercise. If you work with youth fitness and athletes, listen now! If you are a parent of a youth athlete, listen now! Join Fitness Comeback Coaching guest, Kristine Becker, for insight on the absolute injury prevention essentials you need to consider! Listen now: Episode 61 on all your fav Podcast channels
Welcome to today's episode I'm your host Justin Hanover, Success coach with fitness revolution. Before we dive in and bring on today's guest I wanted to share a little about what you can expect to hear and who we have joining us today.Today I have the pleasure of speaking with Pamela MacElreePamela MacElree is owner and co-founder of Urban Athlete in Philadelphia, PA. Urban Athlete is staple in its community and has created a community culture that supports both its clients and coaches while also lending as much as they are able with a charitable hand in philanthropy through various activities. Pamela holds an M.S. in Injury Prevention and Sports Performance from California University of PA, along with a B.S. in Photography and Graphic Design from Pennsylvania State University. In addition to her role as a business owner she has been a success coach with Fitness Revolution since 2011. She is a Certified Business Coaching Specialist from the Business Training Institute with coaching and business strengths in philanthropy, community involvement with strategic partnerships, time management, meeting facilitation, finances, and issue mining.Pamela is also a proud mom of two adorable and hilarious littles who keep her and her husband on their toes. Their rescue dog tries to mind his own space but is often defeated. Outside of work you can find Pamela spending time with family, gardening, exploring flavors in the kitchen, and volunteering her time. To engage with Pamela visit her site below:WebsiteThanks for listening! Don't forget to leave a review!The Needs Assessment:The Free Assessment that Gym Owners Need to Escape the Grind.Want to build a thriving Gym? Don't know what to do next? Get the direction that you need for your business. Instantly receive a specialized snapshot where you are in the Fitness Business Owners Journey. In two minutes you'll know your next big step! Get Assessed.Join our email newsletter for access to over 15 years of fitness business expertise. Get help with every aspect of your business. Marketing, Sales, Finance, Business Strategy, and lots more! Join the Revolution.
In this episode, host Mighty Fine talks with Tony Gomez, Manager of Violence and Injury Prevention at the Public Health - Seattle and King County Health Department in the first segment. Following that, Mighty speaks with Morag McKay, Director of Research and Network at Safe Kids Worldwide and also the chair of the steering committee overseeing the development of a US National Water Safety Action Plan along with Rebekah Thomas, who is a public health practitioner with expertise in water safety. In their conversations they discuss why drowning is a public health issue, recommendations for drowning prevention and misconceptions associated with it as well as what everyone should keep in mind to stay safe in and around water, be it community pools, lakes and oceans.
In this episode, we sat down with Dr. Natasha Barnes, a chiropractor, lifelong climber, and nationally ranked powerlifter, to discuss rehab, training, and injury prevention for climbers. --- Dr. Natasha Barnes, DC specializes in helping climbers rehab climbing-related injuries. She has been climbing for 23 years and powerlifting for 9. She was a 2005 National Bouldering Champion, has competed in the World Cup circuit, and has climbed V11/5.13d. She is a nationally ranked powerlifter and holds current California state powerlifting records. She has squatted 320, benched 187, and deadlifted 385. She has over 10 years of experience helping climbers overcome climbing-related injuries and is considered one of the leading experts on climbing-related injuries, rehabilitation, and strength training for climbers. Website: https://natashabarnesrehab.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/natashabarnes Other Resources: https://www.climbstrong.com/ https://thenuggetclimbing.com/ --- More about us: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/E3Rehab Website: https://e3rehab.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/e3rehab/ --- This episode was produced by Matt Hunter.
Dr Nicholas Smith is a Doctor of Physical Therapy and is a certified strength and conditioning coach who helps grapplers own their injuries, develop explosive strength, and build relentless conditioning.Being that the knees are the number one injured area in jiu-jitsu, I wanted to talk specifically with the doctor about knee injuries. According to many studies it is the joint most likely to get hurt while training, sparring, and competing.So, in this episode we explore why that is, why knee injuries are so common, what you can do to give yourself the best shot of preventing knee injuries, how to train around them, and the steps to take if you actually do sustain a knee injury.It's a phenomenal conversation that I hope will help any of you out there dealing with knee problems or will at some point in your BJJ career.In This Episode We Discuss:Why knee injuries are so common in BJJWhy the meniscus is frequently injured in BJJWhat you can do to avoid surgery if you tear something in your kneeTests you can do to determine if you have a knee tearExercises to strengthen the muscles that support the knees to reduce injuriesHow the Doctor determines if surgery is necessaryHow to speed recovery after knee surgeryThe pros and cons of having knee surgeryAlternatives to surgery and things you can try before going underThoughts on PRP or Plasma Rich Platelet injections for healingHow to train around knee pain to continue making progressGetting ahead of injuries and aging to prolong your time on the matHow to structure a good warmup for BJJ to reduce injuriesThe Doctor's favorite supplements for injuries and BJJGet the full show notes here.
Every triathlon finish is special - whether you won the race, finished among your fellow competitors, or were just in time for the after-party. Today's episode is dedicated to the "back of the pack" triathletes. TriDot Coach Joanna Nami, along with athletes Shannon Cranson and Simon Williams, share stories from longer days on the race course. Additionally, the three discuss training considerations and the logistics of being on course for a longer duration. Listen in for helpful information on calculating the time cut offs, proper fueling, gear considerations, mental toughness, and more! At TriDot, we trust 2Toms to keep us moving! 2Toms provides revolutionary products to prevent issues from chafing, blisters, odors and sweat. To make the switch to 2Toms, head to Medi-Dyne.com and use the code “TRIDOT” to save 20 percent on your entire order. And don't forget to sign up to get updates and early access to the TriDot Mark Allen Edition to be released Fall 2022: https://tridot.com/mark-allen-signup/
The CDC's National Center for Injury Prevention and Control estimates that 5.3 million U.S. citizens (2 percent of the population) are living with disability because of a traumatic brain injury. The CDC's National Center for Injury Prevention and Control estimates that 5.3 million U.S. citizens (2 percent of the population) are living with disability because of a traumatic brain injury. Dr. Jennifer Blanchette is a licensed psychologist and private practice owner. Her specialization includes psychotherapy after brain injury incorporating cognitive rehabilitation, trauma therapies, and mindfulness approaches. Dr. Blanchette is the host of the TBI Therapist podcast which explores the intersections of mental health, trauma, and brain injury. She is a brain health consultant and coach for leaders, professionals, and athletes. She has multiple fitness certifications and actively teaches fitness classes weekly. She is a competitive recreational tennis player and enjoys working with athletes. She joined me this week to tell me more. For more information: https://tbitherapist.com/ Instagram: @tbitherapist
In this episode of the Postural Restoration Podcast I am joined by Brad Gilden, who graduated with a Masters of Science from New York Medical College in 2000 and a Clinical Doctorate in upper quarter and hand therapy, from Drexel University in 2004. Since his schooling Brad has completed several certifications including the completion of the Functional Manual Therapy training and Fellowship from the Institute of Physical Art (IPA), alongside many others. Early on in his career Brad knew he wanted more out of his role as a provider, than the 15 minutes he was being allotted per patient. This journey led him to multiple rehab settings dealing with both acute and chronic pain presentations, neurological disorders and amputees. This journey ultimately led Brad to start his private practice, Elite Health Services, in 2005. Allowing him to start incorporating more into his clinical practice working alongside Strength Trainers, Pilates Instructors and many other movement professionals as he built his model around this team approach. In 2010 he was introduced to Dr. Michael Gelb as a patient and felt the effects of dental integration first hand, for the first time. This experience opened Brads mind to the power of autonomic regulation via an oral appliance and he knew that many people patterns would be very challenging to dissociate without this missing piece of the puzzle. This experience opened the door to his conversations with dentists as a whole and his appreciation for their role. While realizing for the first time that dentists where not only open to collaboration with him in his role, but they were searching for it as well.As both Brads integration with dentistry and his collaboration with Dr. Gelb grew, he was quickly surrounded by others searching for the same integration. This led him to Dr. Howard Hindin who together with Dr. Gelb, founded the American Academy of Physiologic Medicine and Dentistry (AAPMD). As their movement of collaboration together grew, Brad was given the opportunity to present at their second Annual Conference. Sharing the stage with people like Mariano Racobato, Roger Price, Jennifer Hobson, and Barry Raphael among many other well known speakers. It was after his presentation focused around the role of the diaphragm and its influence on the orofacial complex as a whole, that Heather Carr first introduced him to the work of Ron Hruska. Shortly after Brad took his first Postural Respiration course.In 2016, Brad was given the opportunity to organize the PT Track of the Annual AAPMD conference and he knew that he needed to try and get both Ron and PRI as a whole involved. After a series of meetings Ron agreed to present for the first time as part of the 2017 collaboration cures convention. As a result of the series of courses and collaboration through PRI that Brad had completed, including mentorship alongside Ron working together in Manhattan, Brad became Postural Restoration Certified in 2020.Brad and I discuss the history of our shared collaboration over the past several years. And specifically, his journey of integrating with the field of dentistry and the idea of “standing on the shoulder of giants, and passing their work onto the world”. To end our conversation Brad discusses how the evolution of the Physical Therapy track has grown, which this year will include Myofunctional Therapy and other therapists collaborating together in one place. Brad goes on to discuss this years AAPMD Collaboration Cures Convention on September 15-18th. For more information on this years meeting, the agenda and speaker line up, as well as a PT Track Discount I encourage you to visit the AAPMD Collaboration Cures page for more information.
Ryan Gorman hosts an iHeartRadio nationwide special featuring Dr. Christopher Jones, acting director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, for National Recovery Month. Plus, Dr. Matthew Miller, Executive Director of Suicide Prevention for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, also joins the show to discuss a new veteran suicide prevention campaign called “Don't Wait, Reach Out.”
In part two of our three-part series on injury prevention and management, Matt Welcomes to the podcast leading performance nutritionist Scott Tindal of FuelIn for a discussion on the role of nutrition in injury prevention, mitigation, and recovery. Together Matt and Scott frame the topic of injury through the lens of under-fueling or improper fueling and its impact on soft tissue and bone health. The conversation covers: Low Energy Availability (LEA), Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (REDS), Over Training Syndrome. Chronic vs. Acute LEA (7:06) "What I think tends to happen is athletes see the results of...taking in limited amounts of fuel. They see the body composition improve, they see the weight drop, they see maybe some improvement in these performance parameters, maybe because of reduced weight, and then they get oh, maybe if I lose more, maybe if I go further. Maybe if I drop more fat, maybe if I don't eat as much here, I can continue to improve, and then you start to see those changes, you know. Not just from a physical standpoint, but also a mental standpoint as well. And that's when I think if we're talking about soft tissue injuries and bone injuries, that's when it starts to occur." Caloric intake and the balanced consumption of carbs, protein, and fat Proper hydration Navigating dietary restrictions (30:24) "I fully respect the decision to go vegan or vegetarian. And I think you just need to be aware of the implications of those diet types, especially when trying to perform high volume, high intensity, you know, lots of load training, I think it just needs to be -- you need to be aware of protein intake, carbohydrate intake, fat intake, and total caloric intake when doing that, along with all the micronutrient potential deficiencies that could exist with a poorly designed the, you know, vegetarian diet." Matt and Scott also discuss the most common nutritional mistakes athletes make that promote injury and the practices that lead to bone resorption - the shrinkage or loss of bone. Scott Tindal also explains what it means to “feed the injury” as well as the habits athletes should avoid during injury recovery. (40:59) "When injury occurs, I think the most common mistake is that athletes will drop caloric intake. So they all say, sh**, I'm getting fat, because I can't move. But if we look at acute muscle damage...induced through exercise, we see an increase in resting metabolic rate. And that will occur for at least up to 72 hours. So if you get an injury, certainly don't restrict caloric intake for at least the first 72 hours. That would be something that we would absolutely stress that actually, if anything, increase your energy intake during those first three days post-injury, to allow the body to recover." The purpose of this episode is to provide an understanding of the negative physiological challenges that occur due to improper nutrition and how to leverage nutrition in a well-balanced and well-rounded approach to injury prevention, care, and rehabilitation. Episode Timestamps 0:00 - 02:39 Welcome and Episode Introduction 2:47 - The Meat and Potatoes - Episode 233: Breaking the Injury Cycle (Part 2) - The Role of Nutrition Purple Patch Video Podcast and More Learn More About FuelIn Free Live Webinar - Free Speed: Essential Strategies to Help You Align Trained Potential with Race-Day Performance Training Camp - 2022 St.George Triathlon Camp Training Camp - 2023 Kona Triathlon Camp Purple Patch Coaching Consultation The Purple Patch Center is Open - Learn More and Schedule a Visit Purple Patch and Episode Resources This episode is sponsored by our collaboration with INSIDE TRACKER. Inside Tracker and Purple Patch - Receive 20% off their services with code: PURPLEPATCHPRO20 Ask Matt Anything - Leave a voicemail question for Matt Learn more about Purple Patch Squad High-Performance Training Program Join Bike Squad - Don't just exercise and work out; learn to train with our structured online cycling program Join Run Squad - Increase your running performance through our progressive, multi-sport approach to running Learn more about Purple Patch Fully Customized 1:1 Coaching Learn more about Purple Patch Strength Programming Purple Patch Swim Analysis Stay Up-to-Date with Purple Patch News and Events Purple Patch Upcoming Webinars and Events
On the heels of the announcement that he'll soon be calling his last race, Mike Reilly, “The Voice of IRONMAN,” joins us for today's episode! And we've got plenty of memorable moments to share from his career. Listen in as Mike shares what led him to the microphone, a typical IRONMAN day for the famous announcer, and how the iconic finish line call "You Are An IRONMAN" came to be. Tune in for a storytelling episode as Mike recalls highlights from his career and special athlete stories that are sure to entertain and inspire. Big thanks to Precision Fuel & Hydration for partnering with us on this episode! Get a FREE PF&H Running Hat with your next order at www.precisionfuelandhydration.com! Simply spend over $29.99 / £24.99 / $39.99 AUD / $37.99 CAD / €28.99 EUR and make sure to add a PF&H Running Hat to your cart as well. Go through to the checkout and enter the limited time discount to get a free PF&H Running Hat. Didn't catch the code? Drop the PF&H team an email at email@example.com and let them know that you're a listener of the TriDot podcast. And don't forget to sign up to get updates and early access to the TriDot Mark Allen Edition to be released Fall 2022: https://tridot.com/mark-allen-signup/
Having seen so many injuries in animals that could have easily been prevented with just a little more awareness from their humans we decided it was time talk about some. All too often we fool ourselves into thinking our aged animal is not that old and can still do it or our young animal is so flexible that it will be ok no matter what happens. These are the kind of things that can lead to debilitating injuries, general loss of health and increase expense to the owner. Listen along as we discuss ways to prevent injuries and things to watch out for with your animals.
In episode 127, Matt Klayman, Physical Therapist, joins us. Specifically Matt will be looking at: Difference in running style with barefoot Physiological changes with barefoot running Risk vs reward About Matt "Matthew Klayman is a Physical Therapist and Orthopedic Clinical Specialist located in Chicago, IL. Currently managing an outpatient orthopedic practice, Matthew has specialties in dry needling and blood flow restriction with a special interest in the treatment of runners and lower extremity injuries. He has served on the medical staff for USA Track and Field Racewalking events along with the Professional Squash Association. Matthew is a runner himself with prior experience running half and full marathons and is an avid believer in minimalist running and barefoot style training. In the coming weeks, Matthew will be taking his talents back east to the New York city area where he will be continuing on in his Physical Therapy career." LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthew-klayman-pt-dpt-ocs-99519373/ Instagram - Kineticklaymanpt Further Reading - https://www.scienceforsport.com/barefoot-running-game-changer-or-fad/ - FREE 7d COACH ACADEMY TRIAL SIGN UP NOW: https://bit.ly/sfsepisode127 Learn Quicker & More Effectively, Freeing Up Time To Spend With Friends And Family Optimise Your Athletes' Recovery Position Yourself As An Expert To Your Athletes And Naturally Improve Buy-In Reduce Your Athletes' Injury Ratese Save 100's Of Dollars A Year That Would Otherwise Be Spent On Books, Courses And More Improve Your Athletes' Performance Advance Forward In Your Career, Allowing You To Earn More Money And Work With Elite-Level Athletes Save Yourself The Stress & Worry Of Constantly Trying To Stay Up-To-Date With Sports Science Research
In this episode of the podcast I was delighted to welcome on Shane Rice (@CoachShaneRice) to discuss all things GAA, tactics & training an inter-county team. Shane has a wealth of experience working in the GAA and showcases it here. We chat about the importance of having a system, structuring a training session and working on set pieces. We also discuss movement and transition on the pitch, analysing game situations, how the game has changed & developed over the years and much more.
Today's episode tackles a "weighty" topic: a triathlete's relationship with their body weight. How do you know what weight is optimal for you? Is leaner better? Is there an ideal “race weight” you should strive for? Should you measure body fat percentage and know your BMI in addition to information from a standard scale? Dr. Krista Austin and Advanced Sports Dietician Taryn Richardson answer these questions and more! Krista and Taryn help you identify areas of improvement by discussing weight from a health and performance perspective. A big thanks to UCAN for being a long time partner of the podcast! At TriDot we are huge believers in using UCAN to fuel our training and racing. To experience UCAN's LIVSTEADY products for yourself, head to their website UCAN.co! Use the code “TriDot” to save 20 percent on your entire order. Don't forget to sign up to get updates and early access to the TriDot Mark Allen Edition to be released Fall 2022: https://tridot.com/mark-allen-signup/ For more information about joining Taryn's Triathlon Nutrition Academy: https://www.dietitianapproved.com/academy
In this episode of the podcast I was delighted to celebrate my 100th episode. We look at the lessons learned from the guests who've been on as well as the individual podcasts that have been recorded over the last couple of years. We explore how different opinions are formed, why it's important not to be married to your beliefs and how different perspectives are a great way to challenge your beliefs. We also speak on where the podcast is going from here, what is the goal of the podcast as well as future developments. I sincerely want to thank you for listening in for the last while and want to thank all of the guests who have appeared on it to date. I wouldn't be able to do it without you.
Alex Sterner is the owner and head coach of Electrum Performance, a strength and conditioning gym in San Diego focused on performance training for professional BJJ athletes and fighters. He is also the head strength & conditioning coach at Atos headquarters and has worked with some of the best Jiu Jitsu fighters in the world like Andre Galvao, Kaynan Duarte, and Gustavo Batista.In this episode we talk specifically about injuries in jiu-jitsu, injury prevention, and some common misconceptions about injuries, especially claims that are touted by many fitness professionals online. It's an eye-opening conversation and Alex shares a wealth of useful information when it comes to injuries and injury prevention. Admitadtley, Alex is not a physical therapist or a doctor, however, he prides himself on using evidence based training methods and is very mindful about the information he uses and shares with his athletes and clients. In This Episode We Discuss:Understanding the difference between injuries and painAccepting the complexity of injuriesThe myth of asymmetries and disfunctionFocusing on load management to reduce injuriesThe staircase method of injury rehabWhen is it ok to train through pain or return to the mat after injuryThe influence muscle weakness has on injuries Should you worry about asymmetries and muscular imbalances?The power of the human body to heal and repair How to make your body more resilient Programming rotational movements in your workout For the full show notes click here.
Professional Triathlete Cody Beals is known for being radically transparent with information about his career. From sharing session metrics to training-related health issues he's experienced to his finances as a pro triathlete, Cody doesn't withhold! On today's episode, Beals talks about his Tri journey and provides insight into the business and financials of being a professional triathlete. What does it take to turn a profit and make a career in triathlon racing? Find out in this radically transparent episode! At TriDot, we trust 2Toms to keep us moving! 2Toms provides revolutionary products to prevent issues from chafing, blisters, odors and sweat. To make the switch to 2Toms, head to Medi-Dyne.com and use the code “TRIDOT” to save 20 percent on your entire order. Huge thanks to deltaG for also partnering with us on this episode. To learn more about the performance boosting benefits of deltaG Ketones head to deltaGketones.com and use code TRIDOT20 for 20% off your order. On their site you can: 1. Learn more about fueling with deltaG ketone products. 2. Make a standalone purchase, or subscribe for ongoing deltaG ketone deliveries. 3. Book a FREE 15 minute video consultation with Brian, an expert on exogenous ketones, and deltaG in particular, to discuss your individual goals and best choice of deltaG drink to exceed those goals. Get to know the world's best triathlon training! Join a live demo of TriDot with podcast host Andrew Harley. Visit https://tridot.com/demo-tridot/ for more details. And don't forget to sign up to get updates and early access to the TriDot Mark Allen Edition to be released Fall 2022: https://tridot.com/mark-allen-signup/
Guests Katherine Hoops, MD, MPH, Andra Blomkalns, MD, MBA, and Allison Augustus-Wallace, PhD, MS, MNS, join host Toni Gallo to talk about firearm safety and injury prevention education. They discuss the role of physicians in engaging patients and communities in firearm injury risk reduction, the current state of firearm injury prevention education, and where the academic medicine community needs to go from here. Read the articles discussed in this episode: Hoops K, Fahimi J, Khoeur L, et al. Consensus-driven priorities for firearm injury education among medical professionals. Acad Med. 2022;97:93-104. Mueller KL, Blomkalns AL, Ranney ML. Taking aim at the injury prevention curriculum: Educating residents on talking to patients about firearm injury [published online ahead of print April 19, 2022]. Acad Med. Read the complete collection of articles on firearm injury prevention published in Academic Medicine. A transcript of this episode is available at academicmedicineblog.org.
In this episode of the podcast I was delighted to welcome on sports scientist, strength & conditioning coach and PhD candidate David Nolan (@SynapsePerformance). David is currently completing his PhD on sex differences and adaptations to exercise, with a focus mostly around the female athlete. In this podcast we discuss the differences in sporting demands for male & female athletes, the effect of the menstrual cycle & hormonal contraceptives on performance and programming for female athletes. We also explore transgender populations in competitive sport, ethical considerations around inclusivity & fairness as well as are the Olympic Committees (IOC) requirements for the inclusion of transgender athletes sufficient based on current research.
While we've discussed becoming a trauma-informed practitioner and ABA frameworks for understanding trauma, what does a TIC approach look like when rubber meets the road? Saundra Bishop brings her years of doing just that to the show to help us better understand how a trauma-informed approach can improve our behavior plan writing and skill acquisition program development. We're going beyond the four-term contingency, folks! This episode is available for 1.0 LEARNING CEU. Articles discussed this episode: Rajaraman, A., Austin, J.L., Gover, H.C., Cammilleri, A.P., Donnelly, D.R., & Hanley, G.P. (2022). Toward trauma-informed applications of behavior analysis. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 55, 40-61. doi: 10.1002/jaba.881 Bath, H. (2008). The three pillars of trauma-informed care. Reclaiming Children and Youth, 17, 17-21. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2019). Preventing adverse childhood experiences: Leveraging the best available evidence. Atlanta, GA: National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Bishop, S. (2022). The trauma-informed behavior management handbook. Washington D.C.: Basics ABA Therapy, LLC. If you're interested in ordering CEs for listening to this episode, click here to go to the store page. You'll need to enter your name, BCBA #, and the two episode secret code words to complete the purchase. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for further assistance.
In Episode #39 of the More Than Miles Podcast, physical therapists Dr. Kate Mihevc Edwards and Dr. Kacy Seynders interview accomplished master's athlete Kirk Larson, who has been running for 47 years. Kirk's accolades include having been a member of of 21 national championship teams with master's 60+ and 70+ Atlanta track club teams, he has medaled at every distance from 1 mile to 5k at the USATF national championships, and nearly every year his “age-graded” times have improved They discuss Kirk's introduction to running in graduate school, his love of how running makes him feel, and his competitive successes as a master's athlete. They also discuss some of his training and recovery habits and especially those that he feels have kept him healthy and running for such a long (and successful!) career. Kirk describes how he schedules his training including speed work, hills workouts, and long runs over a 5 day per week schedule. He also emphasizes the importance that he has placed on stretching, physical therapy, and other recovery tactics such as massage. They also talk about the idea of, “age grading,” that allows an individual to predict what times may be expected at different ages, which can be incredibly motivating for athletes as they watch their race times (necessarily!) get slower as they age. Kirk's passion for the sport of running and his engagement in the running community are truly inspiring. You will not want to miss this conversation with Kirk Larson!
Chelsea and Sophie discuss everything physical therapy with Dan Wrzosek, PT, DPT OCS. In this episode, they go over many commonly asked questions about physical therapy, along with how Dan got started in the field and how his philosophy has changed over the years. → How to reach Elevate Physical Therapy and Fitness over the phone 847-447-3098 or email them at email@example.com or checkout their website https://elevatephysicaltherapyandfitness.com/about/
From a small group of athletes in California, to the expansion into a worldwide sport, the popularity of triathlon has grown tremendously. Today's episode brings together the Greatest Endurance Athlete of All-Time, TriDot Coach Mark Allen, and a behind-the-scenes visionary who has contributed greatly to triathlon's growth, Scott Zagarino. These two remarkable athletes, having been on the triathlon scene in the earlier stages, offer insight into the evolution of the sport. Hear Mark and Scott discuss the changes in the events, gear, technology, and training philosophies through the decades. Big thanks to Precision Fuel & Hydration for partnering with us on this episode! Head over to precisionfuelandhydration.com and check out the Fuel Planner to get your free personalized fuel and hydration strategy. Use the code TRI10 to get 10% off your first order. Get to know the world's best triathlon training! Join a live demo of TriDot with podcast host Andrew Harley. Visit https://tridot.com/demo-tridot/ for more details. And don't forget to sign up to get updates and early access to the TriDot Mark Allen Edition to be released Fall 2022: https://tridot.com/mark-allen-signup/