Quinn Henoch, physical therapist and strength coach, is this week's featured guest on the podcast in a mind-blowing, content rich interview session.
Quinn has a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Indianapolis and is the head of rehabilitation for Juggernaut Training and Darkside Strength.
This is an amazing interview loaded with great insight for athletes, coaches, therapists, and fitness enthusiasts wanting to know more about the role of rehab and strength performance training.
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Matthew Ibrahim is this week's podcast guest and he'll share his simple movement and mobility approach to performance training.
Matthew is a dynamic strength coach, movement teacher, writer, group leader and creator of Mobility-101.comwhich isan educational platform to help bridge the gap between rehabilitation and performance.
Here's what you'll hear about in this week's show:
David Dellanave is the featured guest this week on the podcast.
David is movement expert and strength coach who has an innovative approach to physical performance and training.
He's the owner of The Movement Minneapolis, along with the amazing Jen Sinkler and their awesome team of coaches.
You'll learn all about his unique approaches this week in the show.
Alex Zinchenko, author of Rough Strength Files, is this week's featured podcast guest.
Alex is a self-proclaimed "strength addict" and strength coach who shares his simple ideas and strategies on training and nutrition to maximize results.
This is a informative and straightforward session about strength training philosophy and methodology in an exclusive interview from the Ukraine.
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Kelly Starrett is back on the podcast for the BEST chat session we've had to date.
Kelly is a world class performance coach, renowned physical therapist, movement teacher, and NY Times Best Selling Author.
He is the creator of the wildly successful MobilityWOD.com.
This is Kelly's 3rd visit on the show, but the most revealing and insightful episode, by far.
You're guaranteed to learn a ton on this one.
Injury prevention is critically important in successful long term training.
Learn how to prevent injuries or deal with them in a sensible approach.
In this episode, I'll discuss 7 successful strategies to prevent injuries and intelligently deal with them if you experience any setbacks.
Juliet Starrett is the guest this week on a "special edition" of the podcast.This is an episode I'm extremely honored and proud to share with you and is unlike anything we've ever done on the show.Juliet Starrett is an attorney and entrepreneur.
She is co-founder and CEO of San Francisco Crossfit, one of the first 50 Crossfit affiliates, and MobilityWOD.com, which has revolutionized how athletes think about human movement and athletic performance.
In this amazing episode, hear why Juliet and Kelly Starrett decided to initiate StandUpKids.org and make a difference to change the world.
John Rusin is this week's podcast guest.
Dr. John Rusin is a Physical Therapist and Strength Coach who's unique training methodology is making a difference.
John combines a physical therapy perspective to his performance based background to achieve long term results with his clients.
You'll get great insight and training information in this week's session.
Sue Falsone is this week's featured guest on the podcast.
Sue is a renowned physical therapist, strength and conditioning specialist, and athletic trainer who works with professional athletes.
She has an extensive background in athletic performance and her philosophy is about treating the athlete as a whole to optimize performance.
This is a unique and focused interview about how to maximize shoulder function, as well as other related topics.
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This week we're going back to the beginning as I'll share my personal story about how I got started with kettlebells.
In this session, you'll learn exactly what I did to get started and then rapidly advance my training progressions to achieve great results.
I'll tell you 5 thingsyou can do to get started the right way or progress your training experience with kettlebells.