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Muscles and Management
Episode #182 Your Guide to In-Season Training: Scheduling, Programming and More!

Muscles and Management

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 47:07


*SHOW TIMESTAMPS FEATURED AT THE END*It's episode 182 of the Muscles and Management Podcast, and this week Gerry dives into in-season training. We cover scheduling, programming, and much more in this jam packed episode covering everything you need to know about training your athletes during the season!Gerry goes through in-season training and how to best implement programming for your athletes. He covers all the bases including difficulties that can arise, building a schedule, flexibility, deciding on volume, and much more!As always, Gerry also covers the week on twitter, his shoutout and tweet of the week, and much more. You don't want to miss this episode!All that and more on this episode of Muscles and Management!Support the show (http://www.challengerstrength.com)Support the show (http://www.challengerstrength.com)

Not Another Fitness Podcast: For Fitness Geeks Only
Episode 132: The Effects of Creatine Supplements on Brain Function, Concussion, and Sports Performance with Dr Eric Rawson

Not Another Fitness Podcast: For Fitness Geeks Only

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 66:58


Brief history of creatine and how Dr. Rawson became interested in studying the supplementCreatine research and early studiesDifficulty determining levels of creatine in the brainResponders and non-respondersAnimal data?Brain injury and creatineAthletes and creatineStigma around supplements that enhance performancePre-loading dosage to protect the brain in case of injury?Safety profileWhat is the next big creatine-like supplement?Find Dr. Rawson on Twitter @EricRawsonPhD or email him at erawson@messiah.eduThe Flex Diet Podcast is brought to you by the Flex Diet Certification. Go to https://flexdiet.com/ for 8 interventions on nutrition and recovery. The course opens today, Jan. 3rd to Monday, Jan. 10th. If you are outside of the enrollment window, sign up to be notified when the course opens again.

Explosive Strength Podcast with Jared Bidne
Episode 64 - How we structure our deload week with athletic testing.

Explosive Strength Podcast with Jared Bidne

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 37:40


In this episode, Jared goes over how they structure their deload week with athletic testing.

Muscles and Management
Episode #181 Easy to Understand and Applicable: The Basics of Velocity Based Training Explained

Muscles and Management

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 46:50


SHOW TIMESTAMPS FEATURED AT THE ENDIn this episode of the Muscles and Management Podcast, Gerry dives into velocity-based training and how to implement it. As always, Gerry goes over his week in tweets, as well as his favorite tweet of the week, this time by Zane Hunt (@z_hunt2). Then, velocity-based training is discussed in great detail. Gerry discusses what velocity based training is, the importance of INTENT, measuring bar speed, how to apply the training, and much more!All that and more on this episode of Muscles and Management!Support the show (http://www.challengerstrength.com)Episode Timestamps2:10 - Joe Judge5:10 - Week in Tweets12:12 - Tweet of the Week14:00 - Question of the Week: Band Assisted Jumps18:00 - What is Velocity-Based Training?29:00 - The 4 Speed Zones Gerry Uses35:50 - INTENT40:00 - Applying VBTSupport the show (http://www.challengerstrength.com)

90% Mental
Stuart Wade, Sports Performance Hypnotherapist, Episode 178

90% Mental

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 48:34


You're listening to 90% Mental: Conversations with Grant Parr – Episode 178. Today, Mental Performance Coach, Grant Parr sits down with Sports Performance Hypnotherapist, Stuart Wade, to talk about his past experiences and how hypnosis can help better sport performance.  Stuart shares his story of how he discovered the power of the mind and body, how he became interested in hypnosis, and how he adapted hypnosis to sport and mental training. If you want to see how hypnosis can improve sport performance and anxiety, this is a must-listen episode! Link: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stuart-wade-weight-loss-specialist/?originalSubdomain=uk https://www.facebook.com/Hypnoptstu/

Twins Talk it Up Podcast
Twins Talk it Up Episode 79: Mental Health and Sports Performance

Twins Talk it Up Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 52:55


Week 17 of the NFL produced some astonishing drama. The scene was a game between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the New York Jets with a star Wide Receiver who abruptly left the field of play. This action led to debate around his attitude and mental health. We are pleased to have Lisa Bonta Sumii join the program to speak about the importance of emphasizing mental health, and not just physical health. Lisa is the CEO & Founder with AthMindset, LLC and she also serves as the Mental Health and Sport Performance Specialist with the Oakland Roots Sports Club, a professional soccer club in the USL Championship (United Soccer League). While there have been more athletes including Michael Phelps, Naomi Osaka and Simone Biles to speak about mental health, more certainly needs to be done. We ask Lisa to share her thoughts about what happened with Antonio Brown and what more could be done to support athletes and their mental health. We touch on goal setting and why the focus should be more on process and performance goals, rather than just on outcome goals. There needs to be a cultural shift and a holistic approach by both athletes and organizations to ensure the absolute best care, education and resources are available. To learn more about Lisa Bonta Sumii and her work, visit https://athmindset.io/Be sure to Support and Follow us by Sponsoring, Subscribing & Downloading.--- more ---If you are looking to learn the art of audience engagement while listening for methods to conquer speaking anxiety, deliver persuasive presentations, and close more deals, then this is the podcast for you.Twins Talk it Up is a podcast where identical twin brothers Danny Suk Brown and David Suk Brown discuss leadership communication strategies to support professionals who believe in the power of their own authentic voice. Together, we will explore tips and tools to increase both your influence and value. Along the way, let's crush some goals, deliver winning sales pitches, and enjoy some laughs.Danny Suk Brown and David Suk Brown train on speaking and presentation skills. They also share from their keynote entitled, “Identically Opposite: the Pursuit of Identity”.Support and Follow us:YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCL18KYXdzVdzEwMH8uwLf6gInstagram: @twinstalkitupInstagram: @dsbleadershipgroupTwitter: @dsbleadershipLinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/twins-talk-it-up/LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/dsbleadershipgroup/Facebook: facebook.com/TwinsTalkitUpFacebook: facebook.com/dsbleadership/Website: dsbleadershipgroup.com/TwinsTalkitUp

The Athlete Blueprint Podcast
How to Become an Elite DB in American Football w/ Preston Hale

The Athlete Blueprint Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 34:51


For this episode, I am joined by Preston Hale! (p_hale3)Preston is a performance coach and DB coach, who also happens to be my business partner over at Ignite Performance!  Preston works w/ high level defensive backs from high school and to the elite pro level. He is one of the absolute best DB coaches in the country...I get to be w/ Preston everyday, so I'm excited to bring his vast knowledge to you guys!  Preston does an amazing job of taking game concepts and distilling them into a practice setting that way his athletes are the. most prepared on the field. In our conversation we discuss:Preston's background What makes up a truly elite DBHow you can make typical DB drills like the "W" drill and make them more game like Preston's unique way of watching film and how he incorporates his athlete's perspective while doing itOf course, we cover so much more!If you like today's episode, leave a review here....If you want to reach me directly, contact me on social media or shoot me @javier@igniteperformance.netEpisode Resources:Preston's Instagram Preston's Facebook Ignite Performance (our facility) Website 

Muscles and Management
Episode #180 What You Should Look For When Training for Agility with Athletes

Muscles and Management

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 45:16


Season four of Muscles and Management debuts with a comprehensive break down of training ability for athletes.In this episode of the Muscles and Management Podcast, Gerry focuses on agility training. He covers the difference between change of direction and agility, programming based on need, why the environment is important in agility training, and overall progression structures. Gerry also takes time to talk about his week on Twitter, questions from followers, and his favorite tweet of the week!All that and more on this episode of Muscles and Management!Support the show (http://www.challengerstrength.com)Episode Timestamps4:00 - PT vs Strength Coaches7:05 - Trap Bar Deadlift (yes, it counts)10:25 - Working with limited time15:15 - Programming Speed Days: How many times a week?17:03 - CSCS Importance19:10 - Change of Direction vs Agility25:40 - Programming based on need28:04 - Environment: The Need to Evaluate36:00 - Overall ProgressionSupport the show (http://www.challengerstrength.com)

The Sports Physical Therapy Academy Podcast
EP046: “3 Complex Case Studies And My Lessons Learned”

The Sports Physical Therapy Academy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 58:10


How do treat patients or athletes with rare diagnoses or conditions? How would you help an athlete with Ehlers Danlos Syndrome or severed deep peroneal nerve?   In this episode, I share three of the most challenging cases in my career. You'll hear about my lessons learned and how I've improved in my practice because of the cases. 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.***

The Gametime Guru
Episode 228: Sarah Meister - From Division 1 Volleyball to Sports Performance Therapist

The Gametime Guru

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 59:26


What a story we have for you today! Sarah Meister played volleyball at the Division 1 level for Missouri, and she has quite a few stories to tell.   While there were some people who may look at an athlete or a team at that level, and believe they all “have it made,” what the general public isn't seeing is what's going on behind the scenes.  Today, Sarah will talk about the impact one simple person made on her and the rest of their program while in College, and how having a sports psychologist as part of the program truly helped them reach their fullest potential. Not only that, it was a major influence on her career path which she has taken since college ended!  Along with our discussion about Volleyball and the amazing memories she has from competing at the D1 level, we will also be talking in-depth about her journey as a Therapist helping in the Sports & Performance Division at Millennium Counseling in Chicago.  She works with elite athletes with their mental health and sports performance. What people continue to fail to realize is, although athletes are having fun with what they do, they are still HUMAN BEINGS who have emotions and have to battle with the additional stresses that come through life! This is why it's so important to work on your mental health the same way you would work on your physical health!  Sarah is a fantastic guest on today's show and we're grateful to have her!! Please share this story with more people so they can become more aware of the resources that are out there to help people stay on the right track!  You guys can find more information about the services that Sarah and her team provide by heading to:  https://millenniumhope.com/  Here is Sarah's Profile: https://millenniumhope.com/millennium_team/sarah-meister/  You can also follow them on Instagram at:  @millenniumhope Special Announcement:  Don't forget we have an amazing event coming to Nampa, Idaho on January 5th, where Alex Boye will be here for a concert! This will be an event for Mental Health and Suicide Awareness and it's FREE!!! Make sure to head to connectionisthecureidaho.org for more information on that!!  _____________________   If you want to know how you can help, I'm always taking sponsorship requests to work together with others, and I also ask that you leave me a review on Apple Podcasts! Reviews on Apple Podcasts help the show get out to more people!

Ask a Cycling Coach - TrainerRoad Podcast
Habits and Traits of Successful Athletes with USAC's Jim Miller – Ask a Cycling Coach 344

Ask a Cycling Coach - TrainerRoad Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 48:45


Jim Miller is the Chief of Sports Performance at USA Cycling and has coached more Olympic cycling medal winning athletes than any other coach in US history. Jim is a 5x Olympic Team Member and has coached his athletes to 5 Olympic medals, 6 World Championships, 10 World Championship Podiums and upwards of 60 National Championships, receiving the Order of Ikkos three times and USOC Coach of the Year two times. Tune in as we discuss the habits and traits that Jim has recognized across high performing athletes during his career, and how you can apply those learnings to your training and racing. -------------------------------------------- TRY TRAINERROAD RISK FREE FOR 30 DAYS! TrainerRoad makes cyclists faster. Athletes get structured indoor workouts, science-backed training plans, and easy-to-use performance analysis tools to reach their goals. Get Started: https://bit.ly/3unoSnx   Adaptive Training: What it is, how to use it: https://bit.ly/3dIRClW Build Your Custom Plan: https://bit.ly/3oR8sme  Train Together with Group Workouts: https://bit.ly/3fkaYyd  -------------------------------------------- LEARN MORE ABOUT ADAPTIVE TRAINING Adaptive Training Video: https://youtu.be/c15eVK29bj0  Adaptive Training: What it is, how to use it: https://bit.ly/3dIRClW  How Adaptive Training Makes You Faster: https://bit.ly/2ZNfWLq  -------------------------------------------- SUCCESSFUL ATHLETES PODCAST Listen to the Successful Athletes Podcast now!: https://www.TrainerRoad.com/SAP  -------------------------------------------- SCIENCE OF GETTING FASTER PODCAST Listen to the Science of Getting Faster Podcast now!: https://www.TrainerRoad.com/SOGF  -------------------------------------------- STAY IN TOUCH Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TrainerRd Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/trainerroad/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TrainerRoad Strava Club: https://www.strava.com/clubs/trainerroad

The Athlete Blueprint Podcast
Basketball Skill Acquisition and Development w/ Adam Omiecinski

The Athlete Blueprint Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 46:20


For today's episode, I'm joined by Adam Omiecinski!Adam is a Basketball Coach from Upstate NY who focuses on Player Development. He is currently coaching as an assistant at SUNY Adirondack and for Dags Basketball, where he gets to work with athletes from as young as the age of 7 to the occasional Professional. Prior to these positions, Adam assisted at his High School alma mater of Hudson Falls  for 10 years.Adam also has a blog centered on player development called Hardwood Dexterity , where breaks down basketball movements, in an extremely unique way   In today's episode we discuss: Using a constraints led approach and differential learning to skill development in basketball Who some of the elite movers in the nba What qualities make up elite movers in basketball How you can effectively expand the toolbox, or the “bag” of basketball players w/out explicit instruction Some practical training advice for those working w/ youth basketball players And of course so much more!One of the reasons I wanted to have Adam on the podcast is because he brings such a unique approach to skill acquisition in basketball. As a former basketball player, don't let the hate for you, These topics really resonated with me and Selfishly Adam and I get to geek out on some of these things… Please take a moment to check out Adams blog Hardwood dexterity which I will link in the show notes….I hope you enjoy the show!Get in touch w/ Adam here Adams TwitterAdam's Blog As always, if you have any questions or ideas for future episodes, feel free to contact me:Email: javier@igniteperformance.net Instagram: @thecoachjavtwitter: @thecoachjav

Muscles and Management
Episode #179 The Science Behind and How to Use Depth Jumps

Muscles and Management

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 35:22


SHOW TIMESTAMPS FEATURED AT THE ENDIn episode 179 of the podcast, Gerry goes solo on the topic of depth jumps. Gerry goes DEEP into why he uses them, variations and the progression in high-volume programs, testing, optimal results, and much more. If you are a coach looking to learn more or start using depth jumps this is a must listen!All that and more on this episode of Muscles and Management!Support the show (http://www.challengerstrength.com)Episode Timestamps4:45 - Why Gerry Started Using Depth Jumps7:30 - Variations During High Volume Program11:15 - Progression of Jumps20:00 - Once a Solid Base has been Established25:20 - Depth Jumps in a Sport Setting29:15 - Getting to Optimal Outputs and TestingSupport the show (http://www.challengerstrength.com)

Fit Friends Happy Hour
Ep 231: More than a Body with KaisaFit

Fit Friends Happy Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 42:43


Are you ready to find fun and innovative ways to move your body? Are you looking to heal your relationship with movement in general? If you answered yes to either of these questions, this episode is for you! Meet personal trainer, fitness educator, and social media influencer, Kaisa Keranen! Kaisa is known for her fun and innovative ways to get people moving. She graduated from the University of Washington where she was a member of the Track and Field team and later went on to get her Masters in Exercise Science, Sports Performance, and Injury Prevention. As the owner of KaisaFit, she has developed her own method of movement which she shares daily with her clients and social media followers worldwide. She lives and teaches by the motto that health is a feeling not a look and believes whole-heartedly in her mission to get people around the world up and moving! Connect with Kaisa: FFFHH EXCLUSIVE OFFER! | Get your FREE month of Kaisa's JUSTMOVE membership --> https://justmove.com/fitfriends/ Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/kaisafit/ and https://www.instagram.com/justmove/ Connect with Katie: Book a free strategy call | www.katiehake.com/schedule Discover your eating style with this free quiz | www.katiehake.com/quiz

The Sports Physical Therapy Academy Podcast
EP045: “Strength And Conditioning For The Injured Athlete”

The Sports Physical Therapy Academy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 35:19


How do keep an athlete fit and strong when they're injured? How can you maintain their strength and lung capacity when they're recovering from an injury that takes 8-12 weeks to heal? In this episode, I share my framework to address fitness, strength, endurance, physical therapy, and return to sport progressions with an injured athlete. 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.***

Drunk Dietitians Podcast
Fighting Fads in Sports Nutrition

Drunk Dietitians Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 29:11


We interviewed a complete badass RD, Jessica Issacs. Jessica is a second career dietitian, former aircraft mechanic, and is SO passionate about the sports nutrition profession. At the time of recording, Jessica was a Performance Dietitian for UCLA, but now she's moved on to be the dietitian for the Clippers (NBD).In this episode we talk about anti-diet counseling for athletes, fighting fads in sports nutrition, and advice for sports RD 2 be's! Find Jessica on IG and TikTok @jessicathesportsrd

The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 12.23.21

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 59:34


Effects of Curcumin Supplementation on Inflammatory Markers, Muscle Damage, and Sports Performance during Acute Physical Exercise in Sedentary Individuals Universidade Federal de Viçosa (Brazil), December 14, 2021 Exhaustive and acute unusual physical exercise leads to muscle damage. Curcumin has been widely studied due to the variety of its biological activities, attributed to its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Furthermore, it has shown positive effects on physical exercise practitioners. However, there is no literature consensus on the beneficial effects of curcumin in acute physical activities performed by sedentary individuals. Therefore, we systematically reviewed evidence from clinical trials on the main effects of curcumin supplementation on inflammatory markers, sports performance, and muscle damage during acute physical exercises in these individuals. Most studies have shown positive effects of curcumin supplementation in sedentary individuals undergoing acute physical exercise. Overall, participants supplemented with curcumin showed less muscle damage, reduced inflammation, and better muscle performance. (NEXT) Long Term Study Alludes to Artificial Sweeteners and Cognitive Decline Link University of Barcelona, December 10. 2021 Diet is considered an important modulator of cognitive decline and dementia, but the available evidence is, however, still fragmented and often inconsistent. Methods and Results In conclusion, our prospective and validated data suggest that food-related and microbiota-derived metabolites may play an important role in the later development of CD. Our results support a protective association between metabolites reflecting the consumption of polyphenol-rich foods (i.e., fruits and vegetables), cocoa, coffee, mushrooms and red wine with CD, whereas other food components related to unhealthy dietary components (i.e., alcohol, artificial sweeteners) may have deleterious effects on cognition. (NEXT) Key role in brain health for vitamin E University of Newcastle (Australia), December 18, 2021 Vitamin E has a key role to play in reducing the onset of Alzheimer's disease, fatty liver diseases and other health risks, experts at a recent symposium on vitamin E have said. Eggersdorfersaid that more than 90% of the US's population did not meet their recommended daily allowance of vitamin E, which was a worry. Consumers were expected to take in enough vitamin E through their diets, but “they are characterised by an increasing intake of processed foods”, said Lisa Wood, associate professor at the Centre for Asthma and Respiratory Diseases at Australia's University of Newcastle. (NEXT) Childhood obesity linked with mother's unhealthy diet before pregnancy University of Southampton, December 22, 2021 New research led by the University of Southampton shows supporting women to eat a healthy diet pre-pregnancy could reduce risk of obesity for their children. New research, at the University of Southampton, has found children aged eight or nine were more likely to be obese if their mother had a poor diet during—and before—pregnancy. The research identifies these as critical times, when initiatives to reduce childhood obesity may be more effective. The results, published in the International Journal of Obesity, showed that if a mother-child pair was in a lower diet quality group, this was associated with child having a higher DXA percentage body fat and BMI at age eight or nine. This research shows the importance of intervening at the earliest possible stage in a child's life, in pregnancy or even before conception, to enable us to tackle it." (NEXT) Can Oily Fish, Cherries Or Milk Help You Sleep? Here's What The Evidence Shows Aston University (UK), December 20, 2021 Almost one-in-five British people report they don't get enough sleep each night. The problem is so bad that in total the UK public are losing around a night's worth of shut-eye each week. Our diet has an influence upon sleep patterns by affecting the sleep hormone melatonin. For example, foods rich in the essential amino acid tryptophan are commonly cited as helping sleep, as tryptophan helps produce melatonin. Additionally, some vitamins and minerals may help sleep, such as vitamin D, magnesium and zinc. Oily fish: Evidence suggests the more oily fish, such as salmon or herring, you eat the better you sleep. Oily fish contain healthy fats such as omega-3 oils which have been shown to improve sleep in children and are involved in serotonin release. Tart cherries: Evidence suggests that tart cherries improves sleep in older adults, probably due to their ability to increase melatonin levels. And tart cherries are also rich in nutrients, including magnesium, which also may improve your sleep. Warm milk: Research conducted in the 1970s suggested that a glass of warm milk before bed could improve sleep quality. This research was performed in a very small group however, and little research has been done since. Drinking milk does increase melatonin levels which could help. But there isn't enough evidence to support the claim that a glass of warm milk definitely makes you nod off. Herbal teas: Evidence for valerian, a common ingredient, to aid sleep is inconclusive. Decaffeinated green tea has been reported to improve sleep quality, which might be linked to the relaxing qualities of L-theanine, an amino acid it contains (NEXT) War metaphors for cancer hurt certain prevention behaviors University of Michigan, December 15, 2021 It's not unusual for people to use war metaphors such as "fight" and "battle" when trying to motivate patients with cancer. But a new University of Michigan study indicates that using those words can have an unintended negative effect. David Hauser, a U-M doctoral student in psychology, and colleague Norbert Schwarz of the University of Southern California, found in three studies that exposure to metaphoric language relating cancer to an enemy significantly lessens the extent to which people consider cancer-prevention behaviors.

Pacey Performance Podcast
Gaining mobility and flexibility for sports performance with Vernon Griffith (Performance Coach)

Pacey Performance Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 58:06


This week's Pacey Performance Podcast guest is Peformance Coach, Vernon Griffith. Previously, Vernon has been a consultant at Performance Explored, a Tactical Strength and Conditioning Association Presenter at the NSCA, and a High-Performance Director for basketball and football at Bishop Sullivan Catholic High School in Virginia. Vernon has been a strength and conditioning coach for quite some time at various levels but had his first experience in coaching while enrolled in the military. Vernon talks about this time, and what led him to leave the armed forces for a new career. He also discusses how it has influenced his coaching style and taught him to value his time and what he can offer other people. Further to this, he tells us how he creates an environment conducive to coaching for those who may not necessarily enjoy team sports. As part of his technical advice, Vernon discusses how to encourage movement exploration in the weight room, and the fundamental differences between movement and flexibility. What's more Vernon and Rob talk about what athletes are capable of after recovering from injury, including how para athletes can influence techniques used with others. Finally, Vernon tells us about his online presence, and the content he finds value in sharing without feeling the need to generate controversy. For all this varied and invaluable insight, hit the play button now. On the podcast this week: How to create an environment conducive to coaching How a military environment shaped Vernon's coaching style Encouraging movement exploration in the weight room Determining what an athlete can and can't do after injury How coaching para athletes can influence coaching style Changing a coaching environment to suit a professional athlete Differentiating between movement and flexibility Sharing online content to influence thought, not generate controversy Why Vernon left the military and started coaching Learning to value your time and what you can offer others The value in therapy and how it has become more normalised

She Runs Eats Performs
TOPIC REVIEW: Fasting and Performance

She Runs Eats Performs

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 31:48


TOPIC REVIEW......Fasting and Performance As the end of the year is nigh, we decided to have a look through our back catalogue of Podcast episodes and discovered we have released over 90 episodes and have had over 21,000 downloads since we started Podcasting back in April 2020, which is very exciting and all thanks to you, our loyal followers.   We went on to explore which of the episodes has been most popular, and the all-time most popular one is: Episode 18 Intermittent Fasting and the Female Runner.  We then decided to review it and give you any updates on the subject. So here we will: Pull out key highlights from Ep18 Introduce some new information from recent studies Give tips on including fasting in your daily/training life Some of you may also find this information helpful in getting you “back on track” with your healthy eating routines following the indulgences of Christmas.  https://runnershealthhub.com/topic-review-fasting-and-performance/ (Read full article here)  https://sunny-trailblazer-4067.ck.page/22871f11a5 (BOOK YOUR PLACE) on our next FREE TRAINING: Learn all about our Healthy Woman Healthy Runner Method. We love podcasting but we love being with you LIVE even more so we can't wait to meet you in our ZOOM ROOM!https://sunny-trailblazer-4067.ck.page/22871f11a5 (BOOK HERE!) SHOW NOTES: In the past 10-15 years we have become aware of FASTING as a way to promote good health, longevity and weight loss. There are so many different fasting approaches it can be difficult to know if FASTING would be health promoting for YOU as an individual and if it would help you as a runner. Here we summarise Episode 18 Intermittent Fasting and the Female Runner.  (07:40) The Different Approaches to Intermittent Fasting (10:07) The Benefits of Intermittent Fasting (11:34) The Drawbacks of Intermittent Fasting   (13:50) FEMALE FACTORS If fasting leads to a high requirement for Cortisol, that takes priority over making female sex hormones and the knock-on effect from this is disruption in sex hormonal balance possibly leading to: disrupted periods, fertility issues, low sex drive, peri and menopause symptoms and other hormonally driven health conditions.  Women appear to lose more weight and percentage body fat than men following fasting Metabolism of the substrates of Protein/fat/CHO may differ between males and females and this could be influenced by the menstrual cycle and oral contraception.   (17:03) Updates on Intermittent Fasting and Sports Performance (24:09) Tips on Including Intermittent Fasting in YOUR Daily Life and Training (28:01) KEY TAKEAWAYS Fasting comes in various forms – it is about choosing then approach that fits best with your running training and lifestyle There are strengths and pitfalls to adopting a Fasting approach to everyday life and running training so be sure to weigh these up before embarking on any Fasting style Remember fasting may impact on sex hormone balance in some women leading to disrupted periods, fertility issues, low sex drive peri and menopause symptoms Ensure you have your everyday healthy eating plan embedded before embarking on Fasting to help limit its effects on BSB Finally, remember Fasting is not for everyone…it will depend on your training, your lifestyle, your current health and other factors  Related Topics: https://she-runs-eats-performs.captivate.fm/episode/intermittent-fasting-and-the-female-runner (Intermittent Fasting and the Female Runner) https://she-runs-eats-performs.captivate.fm/episode/resistant-weight-loss-for-runners (Resistant Weight Loss in Runners) https://she-runs-eats-performs.captivate.fm/episode/time-restricted-eating-and-running-performance (Time restricted Eating and Running Performance) Disclaimer: The suggestions we make during this episode are for guidance and advice only, and are not a substitute for medical advice or treatment. If

Explosive Strength Podcast with Jared Bidne
Episode 63 - Explosive Mechanics Training Structure and Email Q&A

Explosive Strength Podcast with Jared Bidne

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 50:42


In this episode, Jared covers a general training structure and answers questions he has received through email.

The Sports Physical Therapy Academy Podcast
EP044: “Groin Strain Rehab Timelines And Guidelines”

The Sports Physical Therapy Academy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 29:38


When do you return athletes back to sport after a grade 1 groin strain? When do you start linear or multidirectional running? In this episode, I share my return to sport progressions for professional athletes and community members. 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.***

LT Brings The Heat | Baseball & Strength Development
54. The Most Common Hitting Flaws We See in the Off-Season

LT Brings The Heat | Baseball & Strength Development

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 28:41


The Athlete Blueprint Podcast
Debunking The Biggest Jump Training Myths

The Athlete Blueprint Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 21:13


Welcome to the Athlete Blueprint Podcast!For today's episode, we will be taking a deep dive into one of my favorite topics, Jump training! More specifically, we will be debunking some common jump training myths!  This is a topic that is near and dear to my heart.  I have worked extensively w/ court sport athletes (volleyball, basketball) and I have noticed glut of misinformed or misrepresented information out there. So I wanted to set the record straight on some common training myths that I have seen over the year.In today's episode I cover:How too much more reps is not always a good thing w/ jump training How we must consider global load when designing a jump program Why Jump and Strength Specificity Matters The Pro's and Cons of Heavy Squatting for Jumping Why jumping high in practice does not necessarily mean you'll jump high in a gameWhy Training your breaks are just as important as training your gas pedalWhy patience is key to developing a high jump over timeOf course we cover so much more!...Thanks for tuning in, I hope you enjoy the show!Here are some of the other blog posts I've written for Ignite Performance 3 Proven Ways to Increase Your Vertical Jump Quiz:  What Type of Jumper Are You?Why I Don't Care How High Your Box Jump is As always, if you have any questions or ideas for future episodes, feel free to contact me:Email: javier@igniteperformance.net Instagram: @thecoachjavtwitter: @thecoachjav

The P.T. Entrepreneur Podcast
Ep458 | Amanda Fultineer

The P.T. Entrepreneur Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 58:51


Today's episode is my chat with PT Biz Mastermind member, Amanda Fultineer! Amanda is the owner of Balanced Physical Therapy & Sports Performance. Amanda was born and raised in Lancaster, PA. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Health Sciences in 2008 from The Ohio State University. While at OSU, she competed on the Varsity Women's Gymnastics team. She then attended Temple University and graduated in 2011 with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy. We talk all things cash-based physical therapy! Enjoy!Head to the link below to participate in our 5 Day Challenge!https://www.physicaltherapybiz.com/challengewww.physicaltherapybiz.com/apply PT Everywhere: https://pteverywhere.com/Do you enjoy the podcast? If so, leave us a 5-star review on iTunes and tell a friend to do the same!Are you a member of our free PT Entrepreneur Facebook Group? If not, head to the link below and join the community!https://www.facebook.com/groups/ptentrepreneur/

The Talking Shop Podcast
121. Stories from Nick O'Brien, Jacksonville University, Assistant Director of Sports Performance

The Talking Shop Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 45:44


Over 10 years of coaching across all levels of college and professional sports, Nick and I discuss: 2:33 His military background/family and the "biggest regret I don't regret" 12:28 How his military background affects (or doesn't affect) how he coaches 15:02 Learning what a winning program was at Salisbury experiencing 5 straight national championships between the men and women's teams and what that taught him 22:11 "Getting right back to work" after winning a championship 26:46 The impact having old athletes remember him from his time interning at Georgetown had on him 34:07 How training isn't "instant gratification" and how that's huge for relationships with athletes 36:41 "Am I holding myself accountable?" and how that applies to himself and his athletes Instagram/Twitter: @_n_ob Website: https://coachobrien.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/afronick6 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/coachnobrien/ The Strength Game Podcast: https://coachobrien.com/listen-to-the-strength-game/

The Sports Physical Therapy Academy Podcast
EP043: “Certifications And Courses For The Sports PT”

The Sports Physical Therapy Academy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2021 28:13


Do you want to take more CEU courses related to athletes but don't know where to start? Which courses are best for treating athletes?  In this episode, I share the exact courses I recommend to PT students, new grads, or anyone interested in sports PT. 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.***

The Athlete Blueprint Podcast
Matt Caraccio: Reframing Player Evaluation in American Football

The Athlete Blueprint Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 41:21


My guest today is Matt Caraccio!For the last 6 years, Matt has been the Co-Owner and Co-Host of the Saturday2Sunday Football Podcast. His podcast is dedicated to year round NFL prospect analysis & discussion. During that time Matt has hosted three Summer Seminar Series on Skill Acquisition in American Football -those include The Nature of the Movement Problems in American Football", "The Player Problem-Solver Paradigm in American Football", and "Movement Marvels in American Football". In each of these unique series Matt was fortunate enough to have an array of football coaches, skill acquisition coaches, academics, sports psychologists and former players come together from across the community to share their unique perspectives and insights on these topics. More recently Matt has been developing a series of videos entitled "Unraveling Skill" on the Saturday2Sunday YouTube Channel. In each of these videos Matt explains and applies his Player Problem-Solver Evaluative Lens (PPSEL) to the evaluation of current NFL players and future prospects.Matthew Caraccio has been a High School Mathematics Teacher and Sports Coach for the last 20 years. Matt has developed and taught high school courses in both Sports Analytics & Sports Management. In addition, Matt has coached athletes across various sports including Basketball, Baseball and American Footbal..Matt's diverse background gives a very unique look at sport movement, which comes across strongly during the episode The impetus for this episode was a tweet from someone I know in high school coaching about how players who don't fit certain “molds” if you will, often get overlooked…we dive into that topic and much more, including the following:How Matt views athletes as problem solvers What reframing player evaluation in American Football How when we evaluate film, we must look strongly at context How looking at athletes as a complex system , can help us understand their behavior on the field betterHow brining a “pro model” to youth sports may not be such a goo idea How context drives content during player evaluation We discuss correlation, or lack of correlation b/t combine performance and length of NFL careers Guys this episode a lot of fun.  Matt is a super smart guy and really does great job trying to bring a different lens to scouting….I encourage all of you to follow him on social media and listen to his podcast, which I will link to in the show notesThanks for joining us today, enjoy the show!__________________________________Matt's Contact Info:Saturday2Sunday Football Podcast Website Matt's TwitterSaturday2Sunday Twitter As always, if you have any questions or ideas for future episodes, feel free to contact me:Email: javier@igniteperformance.net Instagram: @thecoachjavtwitter: @thecoachjav

Muscles and Management
Episode #177- How You Can Divide Your Lower Body Training to Further Zone in on Speed as an Athlete Progresses

Muscles and Management

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 45:50


Gerry is back for episode 177 to talk about splitting up speed days to maximize results in athletes programming. Gerry dives into the finer details of a tweet he posted earlier in the week, and explains when it might be a good fit to alter programming to get better results.Gerry goes over training age, creating blueprints, keeping things simple, and much more in this episode. Learn how to separate speed days, exercise adjustments based on goals, order of programing, and much more! All that and more on this episode of Muscles and Management!Support the show (http://www.challengerstrength.com)Episode Timestamps1:30 - Podcast News and Announcements6:40 - Opening Thought: Separating Speed Days7:30 - Tweet on Today's Topic9:00 - Benefits of Sprinting and Vertically-Focused Plyometrics15:20 - When Separating Becomes Beneficial for an Athlete: Training Age and More26:00 - Top Speed VS Acceleration Training30:20 - Barbell Training for Top Speed Days35:20 - Examples of Changes of Work Based on the Focus45:40 - Summary of ThoughtsSupport the show (http://www.challengerstrength.com)

The Sports Physical Therapy Academy Podcast
EP042: “Three Things To Improve Athlete Compliance And Outcomes”

The Sports Physical Therapy Academy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2021 23:53


Do you feel like athletes don't listen to your recommendations? Do you ever feel frustrated with their compliance? If so, you're likely missing something in your session, communication style, and ultimately “buy-in.” In this episode, I share three critical things to include in your sessions to set up athletes for success. 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.***

The Sports Performance Podcast
EP115: Why Sports Performance Helps Families Keeping Healthy and Active.

The Sports Performance Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2021 12:44


To learn more about the importance of the families who visit and trust us with their wellness and health needs, watch/listen to our podcast and read of blog. Enjoy! The Sports Performance Podcast is dedicated to all aspects of fitness, sports rehab, and enhancing athletic performance. Featured on the podcast are strength and conditioning coaches, sports physical therapists and industry professionals in the field of helping keeping people stay healthy and active. The Sports Performance Podcast delivers the latest information on preventing injury, relieving pain and enhancing performance. Hosted by Dr. Chris Garcia, PT, DPT, SCS, CSCS, USAW and the performance team at Sports Performance Physical Therapy in San Diego, CA. If you want to feel better, stay healthy and continue to be active without injury, visit www.SportsPerformancePT.com. CLAIM YOUR FREE REPORTS HERE www.sportsperformancept.com/free-reports/ STAY HEALTHY WITH OUR ONLINE PROGRAMS www.sportsperformancept.com/online-programs/ LINKS: www.Instagram.com/SportsPerformancePT www.Facebook.com/SportsPerformancePT www.YouTube.com/SportsPerformancePT ***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. Sports Performance Physical Therapy, Inc. and The Sports Performance Podcast are not responsible for any harm caused by the use of this content.***

Nourishing Women Podcast
319: Just Move, It Doesn't Have to Be About Weight Loss with Kaisa Keranen

Nourishing Women Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 31:47


Are you ready to move your body more in the New Year? Listen to today's podcast episode to learn how to just move, without focusing on weight loss with guest and movement expert, Kaisa Keranen. Kaisa is a personal trainer, fitness educator, and social media influencer known for her fun and innovative ways to get people moving. She graduated from the University of Washington where she was a member of the Track and Field team and later went on to get her Masters in Exercise Science, Sports Performance, and Injury Prevention.   As the owner of KaisaFit, she has developed her own method of movement which she shares daily with her clients and social media followers worldwide. She lives and teaches by the motto that health is a feeling not a look and believes whole-heartedly in her mission to get people around the world up and moving!   Kaisa has been featured in such digital magazines as Vogue, Shape, SELF, Harpers Bazaar, Oxygen, and ESPNW. She was featured on the Greatist as one of the most influential people in health and fitness and most notably was asked by Michelle Obama to be one of the go-to trainers for her “Let's Move” digital campaign.   You can find Kaisa on social media as KaisaFit where she educates, motivates, and empowers people to #JustMove.   In this episode we discuss: Kaisa's journey to create her business, and how she navigates doubt and imposter syndrome. Why bodies are made to move, but this doesn't have to be about weight loss. Kaisa's take on before and after photos on Instagram. Why we should prioritize our health and happiness over weight loss. What movements best encourage mobility, and if we do have pain or injury, the best way to manage this. Kaisa's platform, Just Move, which encourages you to move your body in a variety of ways, including mobility, strength, starter, barre, dance and so much more! How Kaisa practices wellness without obsession. Where can we find more about you and work with you!   Follow along with Kaisa on Instagram and her website.   This episode is brought to you by Food & Body Peace Playbook, which is officially open for enrollment for our January program. If you ready to say YES to intuitive eating and treating your body well in 2022 join now to grab one of the limited spots inside the program.   We are also booking for the final spots for 2021 and early bird spots for 2022 for our virtual practice, Nourishing Minds Nutrition. Reach out now to get started with one on one coaching for intuitive eating, body image, hormone support and digestive relief.   Resources for you: Learn more about our services at Nourishing Minds Nutrition. Read testimonials from our amazing clients here.  Join our FREE support group for like-minded women, the Nourishing Women Community for more community & support. Take a look at our online shop, the Wellness Without Obsession Shop.   Let's hang out! Connect with Victoria and the staff at NMN: Victoria's Instagram Victoria's Website Nourishing Minds Nutrition Instagram Nourishing Minds Nutrition website For every guest that comes on the show, we donate money to Loveland Foundation. The Loveland Foundation, is a foundation that provides therapy and  healing to Black women and girls. We are honored to donate monthly to the Loveland Foundation, and you can learn more and donate yourself here.

Built To Grow
Flashback Episode: Double Down On Your Gym's Identity

Built To Grow

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 39:50


In this episode, Tim and Randy will discuss the importance of a gym matching their brand identity to their avatar client, and how it contributes to growth. Brand identity is all about how a business owner wants to portray their business to their customers and includes how one chooses their business name, the design of their logo, the colors and shapes or graphics they use, and the type of language they use (their “tone of voice”).Brand identity is different to brand image, which is the result of brand identity efforts, that is, a successful brand identity translates into a positive brand image. The strongest brand identities are instantly recognizable, even to small children, and immediately convey a message about that business. The same applies even to gym businesses and Tim and Randy will refer to Andy Frisella's concept of a business focusing on only 49% of a market which should comprise of the potential clientele that can believe in the business's products and services, be willing to spend their money on them, and stay loyal for the long haul.Every gym owner must understand that and apply it in their gym, and for existing gyms, the best place to start would be to look into the clients who spend the most money with them and those who stay with them longer, and then use that data to figure out the kind of clients they should be targeting. That forms the basis for their brand identity, and Tim and Randy will discuss that more to give you the best actionable advice on how you can create the strongest brand identity for your gym. Stay tuned for more.www.winninggym.com/call----------Jump on a Call with RandyAdditional Resources: Client Lifecyle Automation WorkshopGPS Marketing PlatformMarketing Talk with Fitness Professionals Facebook Group--You can find out more about Tim and Randy the strategies covered in this episode by checking out our website.--Rather watch our podcast? Check us out on YouTube

Muscles and Management
Episode #176 Core Training For Rotational Athletes and Why Visible Abs are Overrated for Athletes

Muscles and Management

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 50:58


In this episode of the podcast, Gerry and Mike dive into the culture of the six-pack and how detrimental it is to young athletes. Gerry believes there is too much attention on the aesthetics, and in the episode he goes into detail on what athletes SHOULD be focused on to increase performance.Gerry discusses basic variations of programming rotational strength, the force-velocity curve, anti-rotational strength/force output, determining weaknesses in movement, and much more! You do not want to miss this episode if you are an athlete or a parent of an athlete looking to increase core strength and performance!Episode Timestamps0:36 - “Letting Go” on the Holiday5:25 - Performance > Aesthetics8:20 - Abs are an Indication of Low Body Fat, Not Strength12:55 - The Culture of the Six-Pack18:00 - Rotational Output and Measuring Growth22:35 - Resistance Training for Core and Rotational Strength30:00 - Don't Let Gains in Young Athletes Fool You35:00 - Force Output38:30 - Focusing on Speed or Power & Rotational ProgrammingAll that and more on this episode of Muscles and Management!Support the show (http://www.challengerstrength.com)Support the show (http://www.challengerstrength.com)

The Sports Physical Therapy Academy Podcast
EP041: “Youth Athlete Injuries: Getting Parents And Coaches on The Same Page”

The Sports Physical Therapy Academy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 30:43


Have you ever struggled with a parent or coach who wanted their youth athlete to return to sport against your medical advice? How can you prevent this in the future?  In this episode, I review key strategies to ensure you are able to successfully return a youth athlete back to sport with their parents and coaches on board with your plan of care. 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.***

ASCA Podcast
ASCA Podcast #75 - Natalie Deegan

ASCA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 55:00


Natalie holds a Masters in Exercise and Sport Science (Sydney University) and is an ASCA Level 2 Professional Coach. She currently works a lecturer in Sports Performance at the Australian College of Physical Education, and is the Penrith Panthers Premier League Netball S&C Coach. From 2010 to 2020 she held roles at NSW Institute of Sport in Sport Science, where she was involved in Athlete Testing and Monitoring; along with athlete physical preparation using Heat and Altitude Training for athletes from sports including Track and Field, Kayaking, Netball and Rugby League. Nat has been a conference presenter at the ASCA International Conference in 2015 and 2019. QUOTE “It is a really big area and we still do not understand how a menstrual cycle can impact on female performance overall” “Mid-follicular phase may be the best time to put some strength in training” “To get a good picture of what is happening with athletes' cycles, you would probably need to track for around 6 months” “If athletes are stressed in another part of life, that may trigger a worse cycle” “In an altitude room, you don't have to work as hard mechanically, but you still feel like you have worked perceptually” “For heat acclimation, there is a holding effect of around 7-10 days after the last stimulus” SHOWNOTES 1) Natalie's backstory in strength and conditioning and sport science 2) The menstruation cycle and what we currently know about it 3) Setting up training around the menstruation cycle for both strength and conditioning 4) Ways of recording the menstrual cycle for females including apps and the effect of age of menstrual cycle symptoms 5) The role of the S&C coach in helping female athletes with their menstrual cycle 6) The possibility of menstrual cycles syncing up based who the athletes are around and the use of oral contraceptives to regulate the menstrual cycle around competitions 7) The benefits of heat and altitude to drive athlete adaptations 8) The "ins and outs" of using an altitude room, including working inside and recovering outside 9) Deciding whether heat or altitude interventions might be more beneficial for the athletes 10) Active versus passive heat/altitude exposure and the positives and negatives of each PEOPLE MENTIONED Justin Crow Jordan Peterson

KoopCast
Cannabis and Athletic Performance Jamie Burr PhD | Koopcast Episode 104

KoopCast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 60:11


Jamie Burr is an Associate Professor in Human Health and Nutritional Science and the director of the Human Performance and Health Research lab at the University of Guelph. His work considers integrated systems-level exercise physiology, with a focus on novel techniques and training practices to optimize performance. His laboratory works with elite athletes across a range of sports who compete at the national, international, and professional levels. They also share a focus on understanding the role of exercise and physical activity in promoting good health.Jamie's Lab website:https://hplguelph.weebly.com/A condensed version of review for Gatorade Sports Science XPhttps://www.gssiweb.org/en/sports-science-exchange/Article/cannabis-and-exercise-performance-current-evidenceArticles discussed- Cannabis and Athletic Performance Habitual cannabis use is associated with altered cardiac mechanics and arterialstiffness, but not endothelial function in young healthy smokersInformation on coaching-www.trainright.comKoop's Social Media-Twitter/Instagram- @jasonkoop

Better Men, Better Ballplayers
87 - Travis Hash: Absolute Sports Performance

Better Men, Better Ballplayers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 74:33


BMBB store - https://stores.bjscustomcreations.com/better-men_better-ballplayers/shop/home Bio Director of S&C at Absolute Sports Performance (2018 when opened) Loyola Blakefield Baseball S&C coach CCBC Dundalk Baseball S&C Personal training background, even since HS - graduated HS with certified personal trainer  CSCS certified -      Notes Younger the person the easier it is to recover Train, recover, and compete in the sport 48-72 hours recover before next competition Communication for best program about what the week looks like, days off we take advantage for work Athletes will typically be sore from increase volumeCan handle high weight less reps with not too much soreness Eccentric lower part of the lift provides from soreness than concentricRDL (eccentric) vs Hip thrust (more concentric) Limiting range of motion - back squat - using box with limit range of motion The best overall strategy to mitigate soreness is to consistently trainBowling analogy - if you just go once in a while you will be sore Stay in the weightroom Be able to adjust your plan, based on life! Have to be flexible Online, remote programming options Have separated season  Under-development or over stress Have a system in place for different levels of movements and commitmentTierFoundations of movement - squat, hinge, push, and pullIf we do not have these movements we can't move on Accumulation block - build up so we can build  Higher reps  Strength block  - maximal output Power and speed  Peak with power and speed as we enter the season During season we are maintaining strength and power/speed blocksSprint work, plyo work, strength work Above 80-85%  Rating of perceived exertion (RPE) - finding a weight to find a pretty good gaugeEssentially finding his 3 rep max Rated 1-10; 1 - dynamic warmup, 2-5 very light weight, 6 - 4 or 5 left, 7 - 3 reps, 8 - 2 reps, 9 - 1 rep, 10 - max The real coaching comes into managing work loads and intensity Plan for the things you can plan for You need an assessment but it needs to make sense for you! Do not just copy and paste from big programs Take pieces of assessments that will actually help and you can use and know 10 different movements Performance test with Hinge, Jump, sprints Ncaa has data that you can compare with your data to see what average athlete can do What does the average of this team really need?  What are the most lacking?Build around that weakness During phase 1 individual attention for specific patterns How you cue (verbal talk) and prescribe weight to each athlete is the best way to individualize Have a reprotirs of cues and rotate through each as best you can for each kid Re establish the foundation and based on the assessment determines how long we need to focus on the movements Weights and intensity can help determine the individualization Individualizing the weight and intensity is best way to see results in team RPE helps the player determine the best weight for them (become their best coach): automates the process As a coach you need to be there and talk to see if we need to increase or decrease weight. Be there, be honest! Bar speed, velocity based training, which correlates bar speed to intensity Assessing athletes every single day: RPE, movements, moving weight, soreness Program set weeks we will deload 3 weeks strong (RPE increase each week), 1 week deload (week 1 RPE) Checking with your athletes each day to gauge intensity - check numbers and communicate and adapt plan Track as much as you canAssessment you can handle - pick what you think is important to get baseline, and assess them periodically Record weights and have a training card that has a long term plan - write weights and sets Foundational movements are still foundational even with arm care Arm care (accessory work, you have to strong in the foundational movements to support your arm) Rotator cuff strengthening - j bands,  Scap strengthening - good ROM and stability!Landmine presses Full ROM on rows Timing - up tosses, med ball drops, shoulder tube, tramp work Whatever you are assessing it should matter for the sportLateral jump - single leg force production is important for baseballSplit squat, lateral lunge,  Rate of force production and velocity Pre and post activity questionnaire - sleep, soreness, stress, perception of lift,  @hashsportsperformance on Twitter and Instagram www.absolutesportsperformanceMD.com  

The Sports Physical Therapy Academy Podcast
EP040: "Mentorship: Why You Need It And What To Look For"

The Sports Physical Therapy Academy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 32:52


Do you really need a mentor? Absolutely. Mentorship is more than teaching you a few technical skills (mobilization, taping, etc). Mentorship is ensuring you're on the right path throughout your career.  In this episode, I talk about my upbringing, my experience with mentoring PTs, and my resistance to being mentored. You'll love 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.***

LT Brings The Heat | Baseball & Strength Development
52. Guest John De Visser | Average Velocity Increases vs The Past | Training, South Alabama, College Baseball, & Much More!

LT Brings The Heat | Baseball & Strength Development

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 75:20


Sean sits down with guest and South Alabama Family John De Visser! They talk on a wide a range of topics like why is the average pitcher throwing harder nowadays, training athletes, coaching high school baseball, reminiscing about South Alabama days, pro players at South Alabama, 170+ Pitch CG's, becoming a professional BP Shagger, Competitive streaks as athletes and now coaches, and much much more! This is a great one!

Blazen Systems: Holistic Mental Training For The High Performer
Breaking Mental Health Stigmas With Sports Performance Psychologist Nikhil Badkundri

Blazen Systems: Holistic Mental Training For The High Performer

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 43:23


Join us in today's episode with Performance Sports Psychologist Nikhil Badkundri from Melbourne Australia. We talk about how everyone can access peak performance state, what holding space is, and why it is important to gain that skill as a coach, why mental health in sports needs to be normalized, and so much more.  Work or Contact Nikhil:  Nikhil Badkundri Founder - theperformancemindset.com.au Ph.+61 430 457 313 Work with me | Book online | About  

Strength Talk & Shop
#98 Sensible Sports Performance Roundtable-James Thayer, Sam Brown and Matt Smith

Strength Talk & Shop

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 38:32


SEMINAR ANNOUNCEMENT. Kansas City Strength and Conditioning @kc_strength_and_conditioning January 30th 9-5 pm Link to sign up https://www.practicemovement.com/products/sensible-sports-performance-seminar-kcsc

LT Brings The Heat | Baseball & Strength Development
51. Power Hitter vs Hitters That Can Hit For Power

LT Brings The Heat | Baseball & Strength Development

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 36:35


Sean and Adam sit down and explain the differences between a power hitter and hitters that have the ability for hit for power at times. They discuss the popular problem of hitters trying to get too big with their swings and obsess with "trying" for home runs vs mastering hitting the ball hard with energy in the gaps! They share details on what power is and how you develop it over the years.

The Sports Physical Therapy Academy Podcast
EP039: "Strength And Conditioning Principles For The Sports PT"

The Sports Physical Therapy Academy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 30:02


How do you integrate strength and conditioning into your rehab protocol? Is it better to develop strength first and then endurance? Can you provide pain relief and simultaneously help return an athlete to sport? These are some of the questions I review in this week's podcast. 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.***

Dub Jellison Podcast
Episode #122: Portland Trail Blazers Sports Performance Therapist, Dr. Charles Loftis!

Dub Jellison Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 35:06


Episode #122 of the Dub Jellison Podcast with Portland Trail Blazers Sports Performance Therpasit, Dr. Charles Loftis! Dub celebrates Type 1 Diabetes Awareness Month with Dr. Charles Loftis and talks about their Type 1 Diabetes stories, how they were diagnosed, Loftis calling himself the “chosen one”, the struggles that diabetics go through, advocating for the T1D community, his job with the Portland Trail Blazers and much more!

Muscles and Management
Episode #174 Keto Diets, Fast Food as a Last Resort and More Nutritional Topics with Julian Lo Casto

Muscles and Management

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 47:19


In this episode Gerry welcomes Julian back on the show to talk a variety of topics centered around nutrition.To start, the conversation steers towards social media advice and what athletes need to be weary of when it comes to who they listen to. Then,  Julian and Gerry discuss meal timing and "eating enough," for young athletes. From there, Julian touches on some things you can do when eating fast food if it is a last resort, tips for having a quality breakfast, keto diets and amino acids.All that and more on this episode of Muscles and Management!Support the show (http://www.challengerstrength.com)

Gill Athletics: Track and Field Connections
#128: Brian Kula-Kula Sports Performance

Gill Athletics: Track and Field Connections

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 91:51


Awesome time sitting down with 25+ year high school coach Brian Kula. In a twist from our normal podcast style, we leverage Brian's long experience in the high school level to talk about what he's learned, what he would have done differently, and the advice he has for others. We learn his opinions on some popular social media recruiting trends (college uniforms, offer announcements), as well as the differences he's noticed in high school kids from the beginning of his coaching 'til today. Near the end we culminate in how this experience has helped him to pivot his career into owning his own performance center working with athletes of all sports. ENJOY! Want to have an exploratory conversation about YOUR track equipment needs? Connect with us: Host Mike Cunningham on Twitter: @mikecunningham Email: sales@gillathletics.com Phone: 800-637-3090 Twitter: @GillAthletics Instagram: @GillAthletics1918 Facebook: facebook.com/gillathletics LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/gillathletics/

Strength Changes Everything
What about Cardio? - Part 3: Training For Sports Performance vs Training For Cardiovascular Health

Strength Changes Everything

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 15:15


We are replaying one of our most popular episodes for you this week!   Is strength training enough for longevity and quality of life? That's the question Brian and Dr. James Fisher explore in the final episode of the What About Cardio? series. Learn about the difference between how athletes and the average person train and why achieving high levels of sports performance and everyday fitness are not accomplished the same way. Can strength training and whole food nutrition be enough to transform someone's fitness results? Where does cardio fit into fitness and sports performance? Fitness is about our body's ability to perform a physical task, whether that's moving a weight or speed or flexibility. Cardiovascular fitness is our body's ability to move oxygen around the body efficiently, and one of the major benefits of cardio is an increased rate of recovery from exercise. Intensity is key. If you want to perform at a higher level in a sport, long duration and low intensity will not achieve the results you desire. Even with a long duration, low intensity sport, a greater intensity is required to increase performance. There was a study that was published in the late 90's that showed that the best way to become better at a sport is to practice the sport. A lot of the exercise and training that athletes do to become better at their sport is actually superficial. Specificity of movement is vital. Fisher trains athletes for the positions they are going to play, and the best way to get better at a certain sport is to do exactly that. Resistance training can be a great supplement as a way to prevent injury, but it won't do much to directly improve someone's sport performance. The average person shouldn't be looking to sports training to help prevent the aging process. There are a couple of things to remember: when you are looking at a high level athlete on television, they are genetically gifted. They probably achieved what they have relatively early on in life and with less training than the average person. The second thing to remember is that they are paid to do that and have a short career. The best athletes have a short shelf life. The average career in the NFL is less than 7 years. Are you willing to do all the training and exercise that they put themselves through to perform at that level? Brief, intense strength training can improve cardiovascular fitness. A study by a group of Spanish authors showed a 10% increase in cardiorespiratory fitness over 12 weeks with a program of strength training. If you're already a Tour de France cyclist, adding resistance training isn't going to do much to improve your performance. It all depends on who you are. Resistance training can definitely improve our health, improve our cardiovascular fitness, and improve our longevity and quality of life.   Link: exercisecoach.com     This podcast and blog are provided to you for entertainment and informational purposes only. By accessing either, you agree that neither constitute medical advice nor should they be substituted for professional medical advice or care. Use of this podcast or blog to treat any medical condition is strictly prohibited. Consult your physician for any medical condition you may be having. In no event will any podcast or blog hosts, guests, or contributors, Exercise Coach USA, LLC, Gymbot LLC, any subsidiaries or affiliates of same, or any of their respective directors, officers, employees, or agents, be responsible for any injury, loss, or damage to you or others due to any podcast or blog content.

Muscles and Management
Episode #173 Owning The Off-Season with Bill Miller

Muscles and Management

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 53:01


In this episode, Gerry welcomes Bill Miller back on the show to talk EVERYTHING you need to know about preparing your athlete and baseball player for the off-season.From metrics and testing protocol you can use, to how you can use those metrics to come up with a plan and program, this episode has it ALL if you want to have a killer off-season this year.All that and more on this episode of Muscles and Management!Support the show (http://www.challengerstrength.com)