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Your favorite biomechanics podcast! Melissa Boswell and Hannah O'Day, PhD, researchers at Stanford University, talk to researchers around the world about the exciting field of human (and animal) movement biomechanics. They also cover overcoming failures, collaborations, open science, leadership, and more. For more information, visit our website biomechanicsonourminds.com.
 
The AnthroBiology Podcast sits down with biological anthropologists every other week to learn about what they do and why it's rad. Want to know more about our evolutionary past? Or what your bones say about you? Maybe chimps are more your speed? If it's anthropology and it's about humans, we'll cover it. Learn more at anthrobiology.com
 
The Podiatry Legends Podcast will change the way you SEE, FEEL & THINK about the podiatry profession. This podcast is the place where Podiatrists openly share their amazing stories and careers paths, and expert business and marketing tips. It will expose YOU to all the opportunities that currently exist within the podiatry profession.
 
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Canadian Society for Biomechanics

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The CSB-SCB podcast is owned and operated by the Canadian Society for Biomechanics. Student Representatives, Jackie Zehr and Franziska Onasch, interview experts (academics, industry professionals, practitioners) about the science and practice of biomechanics. Interdisciplinary topics are discussed with a particular focus on research, technology, evidence-based practice, and knowledge translation in the field of biomechanics. New episodes are released on the first Monday of each month. For qu ...
 
Yoga Meets Movement Science takes a science-based look at many of the common questions, myths, and controversies that arise in the realms of yoga, movement, and fitness. Join yoga teacher and educator Jenni Rawlings and Exercise Science professor and longtime yogi Travis Pollen on this crash course, where the worlds of yoga and movement science collide!
 
The pursuit of mind and body mastery is a lifelong journey. The team at The Better Body Collective is on a mission to help as many people as possible use their physical transformation as a vehicle to excel in all areas of life. A one-stop-shop for the actionable tips and strategies you need to optimise nutrition and training with a health first approach.
 
Smart Exercise is about using science with exercise to lose weight, build muscle and burn fat while protecting your joints. JJ Flizanes was named Best Personal Trainer in Los Angeles for 2007 by Elite Traveler Magazine. She is an Empowerment Strategist and the Host of The Fit 2 Love Podcast Show. With 20 years in the fitness industry, JJ will show you how to use exercise to get results and protect your body at the same time as you age.
 
Stress is the inflammation that robs us of life, energy, and happiness. Our typical solutions for gut health and hormones imbalances have let a lot of us down. We’re over medicated and under-served. At the LSL, we are a community of health savvy women exploring solutions outside our traditional western medicine toolbox & training, to raise the bar and change our stories. Each week, our hope is that you leave our sessions inspired to learn, grow, and share these stories to raise to the bar in ...
 
This podcast series is built to bring science and research from the endurance sports industry. These may help you learn and implement these in your training, recovery, and nutrition journey. We invite coaches, exercise scientists, researchers, nutritionists, doctors, and inspiring athletes to come and share their knowledge and stories with us. So, whether you're just getting started with running or want to get better at it, this podcast is for you!
 
That Triathlon Show is the number one triathlon podcast for interviews with the best coaches, scientists and experts in the world. That Triathlon Show is brought to you by www.scientifictriathlon.com and is hosted by Mikael Eriksson. Learn more about That Triathlon Show at www.scientifictriathlon.com/podcast/
 
You are a yoga teacher or a health professional who wants to integrate yoga therapeutically. You want a more holistic, biopsychosocial approach to helping your clients heal. You want to empower them to listen and to learn about their bodies. In From Pain to Possibility, Susi Hately, B.Sc. Kinesiology blends modern understanding of anatomy and biomechanics with the ancient wisdom of yoga. This weekly show will share Susi's best ideas from over 25 years of helping her clients reduce and eradic ...
 
Sharing articles, studies and lessons learned from incidents to WORK SAFER. How safe are you at work? Leave your comments, make sure you follow the Health, Safety and Environment podcast and check out the website https://www.atenciogabriel.com Want some swag?, T-shirts, tank-tops, hoodies and more available at The WORK SAFER Store: https://my-store-ba2f09.creator-spring.com/ For more free occupational health, safety, and environmental protection training and tips, subscribe to the YouTube ch ...
 
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Dr. David A. Fowler, DC,

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The Gonstead Method of Chiropractic is widely considered the "Gold-Standard" of Chiropractic. Dr. David A Fowler, DC is a Gonstead Diplomate and the President of the Gonstead Clinical Studies Society. Additionally, he is the lead instructor for Gonstead at Life University. This podcast is intended for chiropractors at all stages of development, from student to seasoned veteran, as we will explore the uniqueness of the Gonstead work through discussion and expert interviews. Support this podca ...
 
The Female Athlete Podcast is here to shine a light and bring focus to topics around the female body and sport and exercise which have originally gone under the radar. We'll be tackling everything from the menstrual cycle and how it affects every day women to how it impacts on sporting performance- including issues such as contraception, bone health and female physiology. Presented by three curious young women; journalist Lucy Lomax, Dr Georgie Bruinvels and Dr Jess Piasecki, this podcast is ...
 
“One of the most innovative minds in football.”— The Wall Street Journal “there’s never been quite a coach like Franklin. He marches to a different beat.”— CBS Sports Tony Franklin has been listed as one of the top offensive football coaches in college football. He’s been featured in Forbes, NPR, CBS, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, and numerous other national media outlets for his offensive success, coaching and mentoring the #1 pick in the 2016 NFL draft, Jared Goff, developi ...
 
Fitness for the Fairways, presented by Par Four Performance, is a golf-fitness podcast designed to deliver the highest quality training and rehab information in the industry. With help from the best strength coaches, physical therapists, and swing coaches in the country, Fitness for the Fairways will help you improve your performance on the course while mitigating your risk for injury. Check it out and go low!
 
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Central VA Sport Performance

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Thanks for checking out The CVASPS Podcast! On our show will bring the best practitioners in the field of strength and conditioning from around the world together to discuss all aspects of athlete development. Each show has a unique theme that is designed to help your athletes in improve performance. We hope you enjoy the show, and if you do, like all our content, feel free to share it with anyone is the sport performance field who you feel will find value in the content.
 
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In this episode of Run with Fitpage, Coach Bobby McGee, a 5X Olympic Coach speaks with Vikas, our host, and the Founder of Fitpage about biomechanics, what good running form looks like, and how runners can prevent or recover from injuries. Bobby has a degree in Human Movement Studies and formal post-graduate training in Exercise Physiology with a s…
 
In this episode, I’m exploring the biomechanics of healing from knee replacements and showing you why the knee isn’t really the knee. Discover why if you want to improve what’s going on at the knee you need to look at what’s going on at the hip and ankle, and why progress can happen quicker if you improve the connections between your knee, hip, and…
 
In today's episode, we are going to talk about a mental construct for figuring out a course of action for your patient. Determining whether the subluxation is primarily a biomechanics problem or a neurology problem will help you to know where you should be looking for the subluxation. This is a simple construct to help us to cut through the clutter…
 
Interview With Highly Respected QB Maker Morey Croson of Performance Lab of California...How the son of a prominent California high school football coach became an expert in improving performance in athletes of all ages and sports. The science to make you better.By Tony Franklin
 
This week on The Less Stressed Life Podcast, I am joined by Dr. Kelsey Dobesh, chiropractor, and certified athletic trainer. KEY TAKEAWAYS: What biomechanics is and the importance of movement What is a functional foot How does foot health relate to back, hip, and knee pain The root cause of Plantar Fascitis, Bunions, Shin Splints & what treatment l…
 
Catherine Haber discusses her research focusing on the use of spotting in pirouettes. Drawing on this research, Catherine notes key aspects of research methods, discussing the challenges the dance presents to research and highlighting the importance of considering multiple approaches to research. Tying in research onions and biomechanics, Catherine…
 
We had so much fun talking to Professor Ashley Weaver, Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering at the Wake Forest School of Medicine about both her impactful research and educational projects. Her research spans three themes: 1) injury/crash biomechanics to improve car safety design elements 2) osteoporosis in aging and 3) the effects of spac…
 
It's well established that persistent quadriceps strength deficits are common after ACL reconstruction. Despite a lot of attention, we still continue to struggle in restoring quadriceps strength after surgery. As important as quad strength is after ACL surgery, recent research is showing that strength doesn't always correlate to biomechanical chang…
 
In this episode I am joined by Dr Tyler Standifird, a sports biomechanics PhD. Tyler works as the lead biomechanics researcher for SuperSpeed Golf. Through the research in his lab Tyler has been trying to figure out how to help us increase club head speed. He was also very involved in the recent changes to the SuperSpeed Golf Protocols. If you are …
 
Eoin Everard is is a physiotherapist with a PhD in biomechanics, and is a sub-4 minute miler and two-time Irish 1500 m national champion. In this interview we discuss staying injury-free in running and triathlon, biomechanics, and training interventions to improve running performance. IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT: -Injury prevention strategie…
 
Dr. Emily McWalter, Assistant Professor at the University of Saskatchewan, discusses her research on the use of MRI for the study of knee joint and soft tissue function in disease states. She also explains the development of novel quantitative MRI techniques to study the structure and function of tendons and ligaments in the knee.…
 
In this episode, I explore: -the difference between our autonomic and somatic nervous systems and why knowing the difference gives us power to change -biomechanisms we use to protect or defend ourselves that are tied to our past and may not be helpful to us in our current situation (as I am learning, these can be hard habits to break) -how we can e…
 
On this episode we are joined by Luke Hoffman, formerly of The Muscle Mentors, here to tell us all about why learning about biomechanics is important as a coach, and we delve deep into whether training to failure is good/bad/necessary. You can find Luke on instagram at @lukedavidhoffman We hope you enjoy this episode, and if you do please give us a…
 
In the seventh of several podcasts dedicated to the art of play calling and coordinating an offense...Today we execute trick plays...from stutters to flea flickers and reverses and a bunch more as we elaborate on the sixth phase of the Six phases of Offensive FootballBy Tony Franklin
 
In the sixth of several podcasts dedicated to the art of play calling and coordinating an offense, we show the highs and lows...Today we execute numerous screen concepts and the pocket moves to elaborate on the fourth and fifth phases of the Six phases of Offensive FootballBy Tony Franklin
 
Have you ever looked at a competitor's podiatry business and thought, geez, everything about their business seems so professional? There's a good chance your potential patients are thinking the same thing if you have. When it comes to developing your business brand and credibility, I highly recommend engaging the services of a top-notch Graphic Des…
 
This week, hear from two of my past graduates about how they have implemented what they’ve learned in the program into their rigorous schedules. They share the changes they’ve made in their businesses since the pandemic, their advice for anybody considering the program who has a full life already, and the results they are seeing in their lives and …
 
INTRO: This week on The Less Stressed Life Podcast, I am joined by Viki Zarkin. In this episode, Viki gives us an INSIDE view of living with cancer for over 10 years. We don’t always get a happy story with cancer. My conversation with her inspires us to know that you don’t have to settle with how you’re doing. KEY TAKEAWAYS: {2.17} Viki’s Diagnosis…
 
Join me for a summary looking at Dental Sleep Medicine and NICE guidelines. This summary describes obstructive sleep apnoea and the new guidelines of its management. There is a focus on the Mandibular Advancement Splint and the occlusal outcomes for patients using this appliance. This lecture was given by Professor Ama Johal. Ama is a member of the…
 
Dr. Julia Boughner of the University of Saskatchewan talks about the evolution of human teeth. Why do adults have ~32 teeth? Are our jaws shrinking? What's the deal with wisdom teeth? Does modern dentistry change our evolutionary path? Find links to articles, books, and pics at AnthroBiology.com. Find the show on Instagram and Twitter @AnthroBiolog…
 
Ultramarathon running is a complex sport. Jason Koop's updated book, "Training Essentials for Ultrarunning," dives into the complexity to help answer many of the questions that ultrarunners and other competitors face as endurance athletes. The book is filled with evidence-based methodologies that may be useful for athletes in other endurance sports…
 
Al Borges has long been one of the most respected coaches in football and we go from his high school coaching days to his OC jobs throughout college football's elite schools ( ICLA, Cal, Oregon, Indiana, Michigan and Auburn-and yes ...we discuss the unusual firing and hiring of the two of us at Auburn. Al is brilliant, caring, and creative and you'…
 
How about we cover all stages of the female life cycle in one episode? Let's do it! From puberty, menarche and menstruation, to pregnancy, peri-menopause and beyond, in this episode we discuss the physiology, hormonal changes, nutrition and exercise requirements of the female life cycle. We also touch on bone health through the different stages and…
 
Yoga teacher Jenni Rawlings and Exercise Science professor Travis Pollen discuss verbal, visual, and kinesthetic cueing in yoga and movement teaching. Using the tool of movement science, they examine what scientific evidence suggests about how these various teaching tools can best be utilized in a yoga/movement setting to optimize learning. Points …
 
As members of a service-based industry, healthcare and fitness professionals are faced with the constant pressure to help people. That's why we do what we do, right? To help people. Unfortunately, we don't always focus on ourselves, leading to things like burnout, imposter syndrome, and stress. In this episode of The Sports Physical Therapy Podcast…
 
In the fifth of several podcast dedicated to the art of play calling and coordinating an offense we show the highs and lows...Today we define exactly what the PlayAction and Drop-back Goals are in the Second and Third Phases of the Six phases of Offensive FootballBy Tony Franklin
 
Markella Kefallonitou, pilates instructor at White Lodge, talks about her work at the Royal Ballet School with young dancers. Markella gives insight into the role of pilates for dancers’ training, the key benefits, and the collaboration also with S&C and the artistic staff. We untie common criticisms of pilates, and discuss the relevance to dance t…
 
In the fourth of several podcast dedicated to the art of play calling and coordinating an offense we show the highs and lows...Today we define exactly what the run/RPO options are in the First Phase of the Six phases of Offensive FootballBy Tony Franklin
 
In the third of several podcasts dedicated to the art of play calling and coordinating an offense we show the highs and lows...Today we discuss how to make the 6 phases of offensive football to make your script. Example Series 1...Run, PlayAction, Pass, Screen, Pocket MoveBy Tony Franklin
 
“No” isn’t something we celebrate very much. But who says we can’t? Every No I’ve ever gotten has created the space needed for bigger, better, amazing Fuck-Yeses. And even when it hurts like hell, when it’s painful and hard to work through, there has always been space created on the back end to usher in new opportunities. We’re all just trying to f…
 
Greg and Nick go over the news and notes from a rough week in Toronto. They discuss Kevin Gausman's continued brilliance, Stripling and Berríos having some rough outings, Romano's first disaster save attempt, changes to the baseball, Santiago Espinal emerging as a top hitter on the team, Teoscar maybe back too soon and the pending returns of Hyun-J…
 
In the second of several podcast dedicated to the art of play calling and coordinating an offense we show the highs and lows...Today we discuss from the curse of the Guru title to the characteristics of a great OC and introduce the 6 phases of offensive footballBy Tony Franklin
 
Join me this week as I walk you through an exercise to help you pay more attention to the connection between your head, your breath, and your state of being. I’m showing you how to establish the relationship with other parts of your body and how to use the information that arises from this exercise to your advantage. Get full show notes and more in…
 
Zoe Lewis is the owner of Podiatry Medic in Queenstown, New Zealand. She is originally from the UK, spent several years in Spain, did her podiatry training in Australia, and followed an unexpected path to New Zealand. She now runs her own business and is a surgical assistant with a local Orthopaedic Surgeon. In this episode, we discuss: Waiting for…
 
In this episode, Dr. Sandeep Kate, the founder of Satara Hill Half Marathon speaks with Vikas, the founder of Fitpage, on the evolution of the race and what makes this race so special. This race is known as one of the most sought-after races because of the route profile, race support, community support, and the mountains. Dr. Kate himself is also a…
 
Farming is so central to the dominant American story - the intrepid homesteader conquering the Great Plains and sewing and harvesting those majestic waves of amber grain. People living in overpriced cities nowadays like to dream about "getting back to the land," living an idealized version of Little House on the Prairie, but what is it actually lik…
 
In this episode of the Fit For Golf Podcast. I am joined by Marty Jertson. Marty is the VP of fitting and performance for PING. He is also an exceptionally good golfer, having qualified for a number of major championships and PGA Tour events. Marty is genuinely one of my favorite people to talk to, and one of the smartest I know. He has a hugely va…
 
In today's episode, we will be discussing a unique case and the lessons we can learn from it. Joining us is Dr Kristin Fellows and Dr Josh Lawlor. In this case you will see a number of guiding principles. You will also see a lot of specifics as this case will take us all over the spine and even some extra-spinal joints. --- Support this podcast: ht…
 
In this episode, we sat down with Dr. Pak Androulakis-Korakakis to discuss the minimum effective training dose required to increase strength in powerlifters and the general public based on his research, as well as how to apply this information practically. --- More about Pak: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dr__pak/ Twitter: https://twitter.co…
 
Working in professional sports is a dream of many physical therapists. Here's what it's like working in the NFL. In this week's episode of The Sports Physical Therapy Podcast, I talk with Aaron Borgmann who worked in the NFL for 12 seasons. We discuss his experience, what it's like working in the NFL, and some tips on getting started working in pro…
 
A solo episode where I share a couple of key tips for improving your swim, bike and run performance in a triathlon context. IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT: -Swim volume -Swim video analysis -Bike intensity on easy days -Specific bike training for race course demands -How not to get injured on the run -Extending rather than intensifying run trai…
 
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