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The Physical Performance Show exists to inspire people to achieve their physical best performance through candid interviews with the world’s best and most inspiring physical performers. The show's host Physiotherapist, Best selling Author, and accomplished athlete Brad Beer delves into how top physical performers achieve success and the highs and lows of the journey in getting there.
 
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Jan began his sporting career with a 10-year stint in the German national swim team between 1990 - 2000, whilst simultaneously completing studies at Harvard University with a degree in Economics. He then ventured into the investment banking world, however, his true calling drew him back to the sporting arena to the world of Triathlon. Between 2001 …
 
After an incredible weekend of Australian marathon performances at the Birmingham Commonwealth Games, we thought it was timely we ‘rewired’ Australian Running Coach Adam Didyk to revisit some of his coaching philosophies that he shared with us previously. Adam is the coach to Jessica Stenson who just won gold at the 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Gam…
 
Rory is a positive psychology academic and mental skills coach to Olympic athletes and the brains behind the "What's Right Within" Podcast. Rory is a regular speaker at global conferences including the World Congress on Positive Psychology. Rory translates the best of the research into practical and easy to understand strategies that anyone can tak…
 
Jeff competed across 4 Olympics, Beijing, London, Rio and Tokyo, he has been a 6 x National Champion across 800m and 1500m and holds the 1000m Oceanic National Record of 2:16:09. Jeff's PBS include: 1 mile 3:51 800m 1:44.4 400m 48:26 1500m 3:32.93 When Jeff went to his 4th Olympic Games, he joined a select group of only 9 other track and field athl…
 
Ed Goddard is a rising Australian distance running star from Mosman, New South Wales, he recently finished 2nd in the half marathon at the 2022 Gold Coast Airport Marathon. One of the endearing things about Ed is he's very true to who he is as a person and those that know him know of the “Golden mullet” and the frequent sighting of his Oakley sungl…
 
Matt Dixon is a World Class Triathlon Coach, former Professional Triathlete, Elite Swimmer and an Exercise Physiologist. As the founder and under Matt's guidance, Purple Patch Fitness have recorded 350 Professional Ironman and Ironman 70.3 victories and podiums including multiple World Championships, including Australian and former guest, Tim Reed’…
 
Jeff Byers, a former NFL lineman speaks through the origins, the evolutions and the future directions for Live.Momentous. Now we've heard about AMP Human/Live.Momentous' PR lotion formally on the show with Professional Cyclists, Cam Wurf and Amanda Spratt both mentioning their use of the product. It is prolific amongst the Ironman Triathlon communi…
 
Kat Matthews is a British Endurance Triathlete currently serving in the British Army as a professional long-distance triathlete, she had previously served as a physiotherapist officer and has been a professional long course triathlete for just a few seasons. Kat shares the origins of how she got started in the sport and how her early success is cat…
 
Paul Laursen (PhD), author, endurance coach and high-performance consultant is an entrepreneur exploring artificial intelligence and its role in the world of sports training, coaching and prescription. Paul served as the former Leader of Physiology for New Zealand Olympic Athletes and the Adjunct Professor of Exercise Physiology at Auckland Univers…
 
Thomas has been an Australian half marathon representative, he boasts PB’s across the half marathon of 62:13, the full marathon of 2:14:41 and 10000m 28:35. In December 2021 Tom finished 2nd in the Nike Melbourne Marathon Festival, a race that he won in 2016. In this episode, Tom shares around the diagnosis, management, treatment and prevention of …
 
Megan Kuikman, registered dietitian and sports nutrition researcher is currently completing her PhD at the Australian Catholic University. Megan researches the area of relative energy deficiency in sport and in todays episode we discuss disordered eating in sport. Disordered eating in simple terms is an eating behaviour that is not optimised, it ma…
 
In this episode we look into some of the hottest new technology in the endurance market. The VO2 Master Analyser is the world's first wearable, easy to use metabolic analyser. We speak with founder Dr Andrew Sellars, Medical Doctor and self proclaimed passionate physiologist, and co-founder and advisor Computer Scientist Peter O'Brien. Many will ha…
 
Dr Stephen Seiler is an acclaimed Sports Scientist when it comes to endurance training and he’s best known for his work around polarised training. He recently shifted his attention to the concept of ‘durability’, which he introduced us to back on Episode 317 “Intensify or extensify”, the Concept of Durability. In this episode Dr Seiler answers ques…
 
Amanda Spratt is a 3 x Australian Cycling Olympian having represented Australia at Tokyo 2020, Rio 2016 and London 2012 Olympic Games. Amanda is a Dual World UCI Championship medalist picking up silver in the road race in 2018 and then bronze in 2019. She is an original team BikeExchange–Jayco rider, a 2 x Tour Downunder champion and a 3 x National…
 
Repetition truly is the mother of all skill, our last Learnings 'Catchupasode' took place back in September of 2021 and 31 episodes later, it's time to do some revision of some of the key learnings that our featured guests have shared: Prof Peter Ebeling - ‘Treating low bone density across the lifespan’ Prof Eric Hegedus - ‘Return to Run Programmin…
 
Pavel Sivakov turned professional in 2017, signing a three-year contract with, then Team Sky, now team INEOS Grenadiers. Pavel finished ninth in the Giro d'Italia in 2019, which was his second Grand Tour. Pavel also competed in the 2020 edition of the Tour de France and the 2020/21 Tokyo Olympic Games. At the time of recording Pavel was sitting at …
 
Anthony Nasser is a Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist and Lecturer at the Graduate School of Health Discipline of Physiotherapy at University of Technology, Sydney. Anthony graduated with a Bachelor of Applied Science Physiotherapy from the University of Sydney and a Clinical Masters of Physiotherapy in the field of Sports from the University of …
 
In episode 320 of The Physical Performance Show Brad Beer shares a conversation with Chris Blomfield-Brown around Thermoregulation in Sport in this Expert Edition. Chris Blomfield-Brown is the Performance and Technology Lead at Core Body Temperature, manufacturing devices to help athletes of all levels measure their core body temperature and throug…
 
Dr Matt Hislop, Sport and Exercise Medicine Physician discusses the diagnosis of Popliteal Artery Entrapment Syndrome (PAES). Unfortunately, there can be a delay in diagnosis of PAES and for the suffering athlete, it can be very frustrating and limiting in terms of their running ability. Dr Matt has a special interest in exertion of leg pain, havin…
 
Dan Plews is an Applied Exercise Physiologist and one of the most sought-after scientific minds regarding endurance sports on the planet. Dan completed his PhD in 2013 on Heart Rate Variability (HRV) with a thesis titled ‘The Practical Applications of Heart Rate Variability’. Dr Plews has been studying heart rate variability for over 10 years, has …
 
In this episode, we speak with Dr Stephen Seiler who is introducing this term of durability to us. What does it mean exactly? How do you define it? Why is it that we know it when we say it? And what are the training methods we can use to induce adaptations towards it? On 2nd April 2022 we are hosting a 3 hour live stream event with Dr Stephen Seile…
 
Professor Hegedus is the founding Program Director for the Tufts Doctor of Physical Therapy Program in Phoenix, Arizona. Professor Hegedus was previously the Founding Chair of High Point University's Department of Physical Therapy. He has authored over 85 peer reviewed publications, a textbook now in its second edition, and translated into five lan…
 
8 x World Triathlon champion Javier Gomez is truly a legend of the sport, his Instagram bio is simple. “I swim, bike and run around the world” and he has done just that at the highest level for over 20 years. Javier has been 5 x World Triathlon Series Champion, 2 x Ironman 70.3 world champion, XTERRA World Champion, 5 x European champion and 2012 L…
 
Emma Jeffcoat is an Australian Olympic Triathlete who made her debut at the 2021 Tokyo Olympic Games. In this episode Emma discusses the poignant issue of comments that can destroy athletes and candidly shares some of the commentary that she's received throughout her developing triathlon career and how that’s affected her over the years psychologic…
 
Jenny Valentish, Author and Journalist, has just released a new book “Everything Harder than Everyone Else”, why some of us push our bodies to extremes. Jenny is the author of the acclaimed Woman of Substances, a regular contributor to The Sydney Morning Herald and the Saturday Paper and a former Editor of Timeout Melbourne, and Triple J's J Mag. W…
 
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