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22 Feb RT 198 | Katy Bowman – Movement Matters, The Science Of Better Movement

Katy Bowman is this week's amazing guest. Katy is a bestselling author, biomechanist, movement scientist, writer, and creator of Nutritious Movement. Katy is absolutely brilliant and I'm extremely excited to have her join the show to discuss her uncommon approaches to optimizing human movement, alignment, and positioning. She is truly a "movement scientist" committed to improving human health and performance through better movement. Her approach goes way beyond the time spent in the gym, as you'll learn about. This session may blow your mind. I'd encourage more than one listen to this episode to fully understand all the great insights she shares. Here's what you'll learn this week on the show:
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15 Feb RT 197 | Dr. Craig Marker – What It Means To Build The Anti-Fragile Self

Dr. Craig Marker is this week's guest in a great interview session. We discuss his approach to building strength, with specific programming concepts and training applications. This session is literally jam-packed with specific training ideas to improve strength and performance.

Craig Marker, Ph.D is a fitness enthusiast who’s published over 50 articles, chapters, and textbooks on psychology and research methods. Craig is a researcher and psychologist who understands the cutting edge of strength, sports performance, body composition, and nutrition.

Craig’s upcoming book, The AntiFragile Self, takes on the topic of building a stronger person in the mental and physical domains.

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08 Feb RT 196 | Scott Keneally – Rise Of The Sufferfests

Scott Keneally is an investigative journalist and is the writer/director of the incredible documentary "Rise of the Sufferfests." Scott's documentary reveals the international growth and obsession behind the Obstacle Course Racing (OCR) phenomenon such as Spartan Race, Tough Mudder, and the one you probably have never heard of called Tough Guy. Scott shares his own personal story of transformation about competing in OCR's and why he was so passionate to make a film about the sport. *I've seen the documentary and it's fantastic, be sure to check it out. Here's what you'll hear about in this week's show:
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01 Feb RT 195 | Why You Need Explosive Strength

In this short episode, I'll share my thoughts on why explosive strength is not only important for the athlete, but for all of us. It could be argued that developing the quality of explosive strength is the "most" important strength quality - and I'll explain why. This week's show is your "5 minutes of strength" and I may post similar shows like this in the future (where I share a quick concept in a very short episode). Let me know what you think.
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25 Jan RT 194 | Dr. Theresa Larson – A Warrior’s Story And Approach To Performance

Dr. Theresa Larson is this week's featured guest. She has an amazing story and a fantastic approach to training and performance. You'll learn all about it in this week's show.

Dr. Theresa Larson received her doctorate in physical therapy and is a former Marine Corps Engineer Officer and Combat Veteran. She was an All-American Division I softball player at Villanova University. She is also a part of the staff at MobilityWOD and an instructor for CrossFit Mobility courses. Dr. Larson is the author of the book Warrior, A Memoir.

Theresa’s mission is to help people achieve performance goals and tackle the “why” behind the bodies movement inefficiencies.

We had a great chat this week on the show discussing her story, lessons and approach to performance.

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18 Jan RT 193 | Stephanie Ring – How To Use Yoga For The Strength Athlete

Stephanie Ring is the founder of Endure Yoga, a multi-sport athlete and the creator of Yoga For Strength. She's the first "yoga expert" to be featured on the podcast and she discusses some amazing content this week. In this great session, Stephanie shares her unique and successful approach to incorporating yoga for the strength athlete. You'll get a complete understanding of why and how this fits into the strength athlete's program - and how this can greatly enhance performance and recovery. Here's what you'll hear about:
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11 Jan RT 192 | Scott Carney – What Doesn’t Kill Us: How Freezing Water, Extreme Altitude, and Environmental Conditioning Will Renew Our Lost Evolutionary Strength

Scott Carney is an award-winning investigative journalist, anthropologist and multi-book author. WARNING: This is one of the most "mild-blowing" interviews we've done on the podcast to date. This information is for your background use only - please use discretion. Scott is the author of 3 books, including a fascinating NEW book titled "What Doesn't Kill Us - How Freezing Water, Extreme Altitude, & Environmental Conditioning Will Renew Our Lost Evolutionary Strength. In this session, we discuss Scott's personal journey to debunk these theories. What he experienced turned into a series of transformational events that improved his health and performance.
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04 Jan RT 191 | Adam Wolf – A Bold, New Perspective In Understanding Human Movement

Adam Wolf (PT, LMT, FAFS) is this week's featured guest discussing his revolutionary approach to human movement. Adam is a licensed physical therapist, massage therapist, movement teacher, and author of the new book "Real Movement, Perspective on Integrated Motion And Motor Control." In this session, you'll learn about his dynamic, comprehensive, and innovative approach to human movement. If you're a "movement enthusiast" or want to know more about the importance of fundamental human movement, you'll love this episode! Here's some of what you'll hear about:
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