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All Things Strength & Wellness

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Strength and Conditioning, Functional Medicine, Functional Nutrition, Rehab, and Health and Wellness

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Episode 234: Ryan Harrison - vision training to enhance performance

This episodes guest is Ryan Harrison from Slow the game down.Ryan Harrison, has a degree in Exercise Physiology from University of California at Davis. Ryan has worked with Dr. Harrison on improving athlete’s visual performance on the field since 1999. Through the years he has worked hundreds of baseball stars including position players,; Carlos Beltran, Mike Sweeney, Sean Casey, Jose Guillen, Jonny Gomes, Adam Dunn, Angel Pagan, Giancarlo Stanton and Hunter Pence in the 2000’s, and Rajai Davis, Hunter Pence, Joe Panik, Matt Duffy, Conor Gillaspie, Ryan Goins, Kevin Pillar and Trevor Brown in recent years. He currently working 2012, 2010 and 2014 World Champions San Francisco Giants. He previously has worked with the Toronto Blue Jays 2011-2015 and Philadelphia Phillies 2009-2012 as well as 9 other Professional Baseball Organizations over the last 14 years. Collegiately he has worked with the 2016 NCAA Champions Coastal Carolina, the 2012 NCAA Champions Arizona Wildcats, the 2013 ...

47 min3 w ago
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Episode 234: Ryan Harrison - vision training to enhance performance

Episode 233: Greg Potter - Nutrition, stress, and sleep

This episodes guest sees the return of Greg Potter. Greg was previously on episode 210.Greg has a PhD in nutrition, circadian rhythms, sleep, and metabolism, and he is cofounder and Chief Science Officer of Resilient Nutrition, whose products we discuss in the show. He also works as a health and performance consultant and is a regular speaker at international health summits. Highlights of Greg’s career include working with the US Naval Special Warfare, coaching a sprinter to four gold medals at the European Championships, helping two men break the World Record while rowing the Atlantic, and having his research featured in dozens of international news outlets, including the BBC.​ Greg also likes science, mountains, diving, sunshine, techno, and fish pie! On this episode Greg and I discuss: Greg's work with Resilient Nutrition Why Greg got involved in the supplement production industry The nutritional products that Resilient produce and offer The ergogenic benefits of Ashwagandha St...

57 minAUG 31
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Episode 233: Greg Potter - Nutrition, stress, and sleep

Episode 232: Nick Winkelman - The Language of Coaching

This episode guest is Nick Winkelman.Nick is head of athletic performance and science for the Irish Rugby Football Union. Nick was formerly the director of education for EXOS, and oversaw the speed and assessment component of their combine development program. Nick is an internationally recognized speaker, and has his Ph.D with a focus on motor learning and sprinting. Nick also has an anticipated upcoming book called “The Language of Coaching” where he goes in detail on his learnings and methods on the impact that communication has on an athlete’s ability to learn and perform movements. On this episode we discuss: How Nick is getting through Co-vid We talk about the genesis of his book "The language of Coaching" I ask Nick how did get a passion to study motor learning and skill acquisition We discuss internal vs external cues and when to use either The layout of his book This was an outstanding episode and I hope you all enjoy it as much as we did! Stay Strong, RB Show Notes: Web...

62 minJUL 31
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Episode 232: Nick Winkelman - The Language of Coaching

Episode 231: Shawn Sherman and Dan Fichter - Square 1 system and optimizing performance

This episode's guests are Shawn Sherman and Dan Fichter.Shawn earned his Exercise and Sport Science degree from Penn State University and operates a private practice in Western Springs, Illinois. Over the years, Shawn has held numerous industry certifications and therefore understands what and how the conventionalists think and believe. Over the past 25 years, his understanding of movement has evolved from that of an apprentice level to a level of mastery by continually seeking answers to his questions. Because he now intimately and thoroughly understands the most basic components of movement, he brings an unparalleled perspective to the table. Not only does he consistently deliver absolutely amazing results to his clients, he teaches his students to be able to do the same.Dan Fichter owns and operates Wannagetfast Power/Speed Training, a performance training business in the Upstate NY area that offers training to elite athletes. Danhas traveled the country speaking to numerous coac...

87 minJUN 30
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Episode 231: Shawn Sherman and Dan Fichter - Square 1 system and optimizing performance

Episode 230: Pat Davidson - Life, Rethinking the Big Patterns 2.0, mastery, objective metrics for training, his new book, asking for feedback, body composition goals, learning and retention.

He's back - Enjoy!On this episode: We catch up with each other We talk about Rethinking the Big Patterns 2.0 We talk about creating content and mastering a topic Pat speaks about his potential partnership with Keiser I ask Pat about his next book We discuss about receiving feedback from the people in your close circle I ask Pat about his Body Comp goals We discuss learning, recall, and retention We talk about about the NFL at the time of this recording This was an outstanding episode and I hope you all enjoy it as much as we did! Stay Strong, RB Show Notes:Website - drpatdavidson.com Facebook - Pat DavidsonInstagram -dr.patdavidson Books: - MASS- MASS 2 Online Seminar Recordings:- The Reckoning- The Reckoning - Part Deux- Rethinking The Big Patterns Podcasts Mentioned: Muscle Intelligence Podcast # 62 - Can we stop aging? A conversation with biomedical gerontologist Aubrey de Grey D&D Fitness Radio Podcast - Episode 038 - Dr Pat Davidson: Mass & Hype in NYC Fitness The Tim Ferriss S...

155 minMAY 31
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Episode 230: Pat Davidson - Life, Rethinking the Big Patterns 2.0, mastery, objective metrics for training, his new book, asking for feedback, body composition goals, learning and retention.

Episode 229: Derek Hansen - Creating a Sustainable Culture of Speed Within an Organization

This episodes see's the return ofDerek Hansen from sprintcoach.com and strengthpowerspeed.com Derek was previously on episode 211.Derek is an International Sport Performance Consultant that has been working with athletes of all ages and abilities in speed, strength and power sports since 1988. His coaching career started in Track and Field, providing instruction to sprinters of all ages eventually working with collegiate sprinters, hurdlers and jumpers. His career evolved rapidly working closely with some of the top performers in the world as a coach and a consultant – including Olympic medalists, world record holders, Canadian National team athletes, and professional athletes from numerous sports. He worked as the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for Simon Fraser University for 14 years, the first non-US member of the NCAA. He also serves as a performance consultant to numerous professional teams in the NFL, NBA, MLS and NHL, as well as major NCAA Division 1 programs throughou...

67 minAPR 29
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Episode 229: Derek Hansen - Creating a Sustainable Culture of Speed Within an Organization

Episode 228: Cal Dietz and Chris Korfist on RPR, injury, foot training, and periodization

This episodes sees the return ofChris Korfistand Cal Dietz.The guys were previously on the episode 215 along with JL Holdsworth to discuss RPR. Unlike most facilities who are staffed by young coaches who rely on their recent playing career and “cool” factor, Slow Guy Speed School is staffed by Chris Korfist, a “sprint guru” with an international following. With over 55 all-state sprinters and countless other high school all-state athletes, and over 20 years experience, he knows what is appropriate for the athlete in the room and not so concerned about what the pros are doing or someone else journey to where they got. In fact, the methods have been so effective, Chris has consulted NFL teams, Big 10 Universities, Olympic team and U.S. Special Forces. Cal Dietz has been an Olympic Sport Strength and Conditioning coach for numerous sports at the University of Minnesota since 2000. During his tenure, Dietz has trained athletes that have achieved 400+ All-American honors, Teams that ...

103 minMAR 31
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Episode 228: Cal Dietz and Chris Korfist on RPR, injury, foot training, and periodization

Episode 227: Denis Logan - Embracing the journey from EXOS, to the NFL, to Pro Rugby

This episodes guest is Denis Logan. Denis Logan joined Munster Rugby as Head of Athletic Performance in May 2018. He previously worked as an assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach with the NFL’s Cleveland Browns and has worked with elite athletes for over a decade. Prior to his time with the Cleveland Browns, the New York native was Director of Performance for the US Pro Sports division of EXOS where he worked with professional and elite athletes from a diversity of sports, including American football and Olympic events. While at EXOS, Denis was the lead strength coach for the NFL Combine and the NFL off-season development programmes. On this episode Denis and I discuss: Denis' background Denis discusses his time as a manager of EXOS' Texas facility I ask Denis about fatherhood and family life Denis discusses work-life balance Denis discusses him time in the NFL Denis discusses combine training Denis shares with us how he ended up as the head S&C with Munster rugby? I ask Denis ...

112 minMAR 1
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Episode 227: Denis Logan - Embracing the journey from EXOS, to the NFL, to Pro Rugby

Episode 226: Brandon Marcello - The life of a high performance sports consultant

This episodes guest is Brandon Marcello With over 20-years experience in the performance enhancement industry, Brandon Marcello, PhD brings innovation, education, and proven application to the worlds of sports performance, health, fitness, and wellness. Originally from Sarasota, FL, Marcello has worked in the professional, Olympic and top collegiate settings. He has also served as a consultant to various organizations and media groups. Having extensive involvement in both the applied and research worlds, he has implemented successful, high-performance training programs for professional, Olympic and collegiate athletes. For the last 22 years, Dr. Marcello has taken individuals and organizations to the next level through multi-year and time-limited human performance consulting projects in the United States and abroad. His work in conjunction with Draper Laboratories for the U.S. Special Forces has provided a deep, multivariate understanding of the drivers of performance in the battlef...

63 minJAN 31
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Episode 226: Brandon Marcello - The life of a high performance sports consultant

Episode 225: Leo Ryan - All Things Breathing

This episodes guest is Leo Ryan from Innate Strength. Leo Ryan is a Health Performance and Breathing Specialist and the founder of Innate-Strength.com. Leo has studied athletic training, health and breathing since healing himself of asthma in 2004 with the Buteyko Method. After graduating with an MSc from University College Dublin, he continued to educate himself prolifically throughout his professional career in Ireland and internationally. He has attained multiple diplomas and certificates from much elite personal training, physical therapy and breathing schools including Dip. Buteyko Method, Wim Hof Instructor, Oxygen Advantage Instructor, Fascial Stretch Therapist, Strength and Conditioning Specialist and Pilates teacher. Leo’s love and experience for health and physical performance have seen his research more than 50 breathing techniques, the mentor with coaches to Olympians, UFC Fighters and World Champions and he undertook several internships with the world-renowned Dr Eric ...

132 minJAN 1
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Episode 225: Leo Ryan - All Things Breathing

Latest Episodes

Episode 234: Ryan Harrison - vision training to enhance performance

This episodes guest is Ryan Harrison from Slow the game down.Ryan Harrison, has a degree in Exercise Physiology from University of California at Davis. Ryan has worked with Dr. Harrison on improving athlete’s visual performance on the field since 1999. Through the years he has worked hundreds of baseball stars including position players,; Carlos Beltran, Mike Sweeney, Sean Casey, Jose Guillen, Jonny Gomes, Adam Dunn, Angel Pagan, Giancarlo Stanton and Hunter Pence in the 2000’s, and Rajai Davis, Hunter Pence, Joe Panik, Matt Duffy, Conor Gillaspie, Ryan Goins, Kevin Pillar and Trevor Brown in recent years. He currently working 2012, 2010 and 2014 World Champions San Francisco Giants. He previously has worked with the Toronto Blue Jays 2011-2015 and Philadelphia Phillies 2009-2012 as well as 9 other Professional Baseball Organizations over the last 14 years. Collegiately he has worked with the 2016 NCAA Champions Coastal Carolina, the 2012 NCAA Champions Arizona Wildcats, the 2013 ...

47 min3 w ago
Comments
Episode 234: Ryan Harrison - vision training to enhance performance

Episode 233: Greg Potter - Nutrition, stress, and sleep

This episodes guest sees the return of Greg Potter. Greg was previously on episode 210.Greg has a PhD in nutrition, circadian rhythms, sleep, and metabolism, and he is cofounder and Chief Science Officer of Resilient Nutrition, whose products we discuss in the show. He also works as a health and performance consultant and is a regular speaker at international health summits. Highlights of Greg’s career include working with the US Naval Special Warfare, coaching a sprinter to four gold medals at the European Championships, helping two men break the World Record while rowing the Atlantic, and having his research featured in dozens of international news outlets, including the BBC.​ Greg also likes science, mountains, diving, sunshine, techno, and fish pie! On this episode Greg and I discuss: Greg's work with Resilient Nutrition Why Greg got involved in the supplement production industry The nutritional products that Resilient produce and offer The ergogenic benefits of Ashwagandha St...

57 minAUG 31
Comments
Episode 233: Greg Potter - Nutrition, stress, and sleep

Episode 232: Nick Winkelman - The Language of Coaching

This episode guest is Nick Winkelman.Nick is head of athletic performance and science for the Irish Rugby Football Union. Nick was formerly the director of education for EXOS, and oversaw the speed and assessment component of their combine development program. Nick is an internationally recognized speaker, and has his Ph.D with a focus on motor learning and sprinting. Nick also has an anticipated upcoming book called “The Language of Coaching” where he goes in detail on his learnings and methods on the impact that communication has on an athlete’s ability to learn and perform movements. On this episode we discuss: How Nick is getting through Co-vid We talk about the genesis of his book "The language of Coaching" I ask Nick how did get a passion to study motor learning and skill acquisition We discuss internal vs external cues and when to use either The layout of his book This was an outstanding episode and I hope you all enjoy it as much as we did! Stay Strong, RB Show Notes: Web...

62 minJUL 31
Comments
Episode 232: Nick Winkelman - The Language of Coaching

Episode 231: Shawn Sherman and Dan Fichter - Square 1 system and optimizing performance

This episode's guests are Shawn Sherman and Dan Fichter.Shawn earned his Exercise and Sport Science degree from Penn State University and operates a private practice in Western Springs, Illinois. Over the years, Shawn has held numerous industry certifications and therefore understands what and how the conventionalists think and believe. Over the past 25 years, his understanding of movement has evolved from that of an apprentice level to a level of mastery by continually seeking answers to his questions. Because he now intimately and thoroughly understands the most basic components of movement, he brings an unparalleled perspective to the table. Not only does he consistently deliver absolutely amazing results to his clients, he teaches his students to be able to do the same.Dan Fichter owns and operates Wannagetfast Power/Speed Training, a performance training business in the Upstate NY area that offers training to elite athletes. Danhas traveled the country speaking to numerous coac...

87 minJUN 30
Comments
Episode 231: Shawn Sherman and Dan Fichter - Square 1 system and optimizing performance

Episode 230: Pat Davidson - Life, Rethinking the Big Patterns 2.0, mastery, objective metrics for training, his new book, asking for feedback, body composition goals, learning and retention.

He's back - Enjoy!On this episode: We catch up with each other We talk about Rethinking the Big Patterns 2.0 We talk about creating content and mastering a topic Pat speaks about his potential partnership with Keiser I ask Pat about his next book We discuss about receiving feedback from the people in your close circle I ask Pat about his Body Comp goals We discuss learning, recall, and retention We talk about about the NFL at the time of this recording This was an outstanding episode and I hope you all enjoy it as much as we did! Stay Strong, RB Show Notes:Website - drpatdavidson.com Facebook - Pat DavidsonInstagram -dr.patdavidson Books: - MASS- MASS 2 Online Seminar Recordings:- The Reckoning- The Reckoning - Part Deux- Rethinking The Big Patterns Podcasts Mentioned: Muscle Intelligence Podcast # 62 - Can we stop aging? A conversation with biomedical gerontologist Aubrey de Grey D&D Fitness Radio Podcast - Episode 038 - Dr Pat Davidson: Mass & Hype in NYC Fitness The Tim Ferriss S...

155 minMAY 31
Comments
Episode 230: Pat Davidson - Life, Rethinking the Big Patterns 2.0, mastery, objective metrics for training, his new book, asking for feedback, body composition goals, learning and retention.

Episode 229: Derek Hansen - Creating a Sustainable Culture of Speed Within an Organization

This episodes see's the return ofDerek Hansen from sprintcoach.com and strengthpowerspeed.com Derek was previously on episode 211.Derek is an International Sport Performance Consultant that has been working with athletes of all ages and abilities in speed, strength and power sports since 1988. His coaching career started in Track and Field, providing instruction to sprinters of all ages eventually working with collegiate sprinters, hurdlers and jumpers. His career evolved rapidly working closely with some of the top performers in the world as a coach and a consultant – including Olympic medalists, world record holders, Canadian National team athletes, and professional athletes from numerous sports. He worked as the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for Simon Fraser University for 14 years, the first non-US member of the NCAA. He also serves as a performance consultant to numerous professional teams in the NFL, NBA, MLS and NHL, as well as major NCAA Division 1 programs throughou...

67 minAPR 29
Comments
Episode 229: Derek Hansen - Creating a Sustainable Culture of Speed Within an Organization

Episode 228: Cal Dietz and Chris Korfist on RPR, injury, foot training, and periodization

This episodes sees the return ofChris Korfistand Cal Dietz.The guys were previously on the episode 215 along with JL Holdsworth to discuss RPR. Unlike most facilities who are staffed by young coaches who rely on their recent playing career and “cool” factor, Slow Guy Speed School is staffed by Chris Korfist, a “sprint guru” with an international following. With over 55 all-state sprinters and countless other high school all-state athletes, and over 20 years experience, he knows what is appropriate for the athlete in the room and not so concerned about what the pros are doing or someone else journey to where they got. In fact, the methods have been so effective, Chris has consulted NFL teams, Big 10 Universities, Olympic team and U.S. Special Forces. Cal Dietz has been an Olympic Sport Strength and Conditioning coach for numerous sports at the University of Minnesota since 2000. During his tenure, Dietz has trained athletes that have achieved 400+ All-American honors, Teams that ...

103 minMAR 31
Comments
Episode 228: Cal Dietz and Chris Korfist on RPR, injury, foot training, and periodization

Episode 227: Denis Logan - Embracing the journey from EXOS, to the NFL, to Pro Rugby

This episodes guest is Denis Logan. Denis Logan joined Munster Rugby as Head of Athletic Performance in May 2018. He previously worked as an assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach with the NFL’s Cleveland Browns and has worked with elite athletes for over a decade. Prior to his time with the Cleveland Browns, the New York native was Director of Performance for the US Pro Sports division of EXOS where he worked with professional and elite athletes from a diversity of sports, including American football and Olympic events. While at EXOS, Denis was the lead strength coach for the NFL Combine and the NFL off-season development programmes. On this episode Denis and I discuss: Denis' background Denis discusses his time as a manager of EXOS' Texas facility I ask Denis about fatherhood and family life Denis discusses work-life balance Denis discusses him time in the NFL Denis discusses combine training Denis shares with us how he ended up as the head S&C with Munster rugby? I ask Denis ...

112 minMAR 1
Comments
Episode 227: Denis Logan - Embracing the journey from EXOS, to the NFL, to Pro Rugby

Episode 226: Brandon Marcello - The life of a high performance sports consultant

This episodes guest is Brandon Marcello With over 20-years experience in the performance enhancement industry, Brandon Marcello, PhD brings innovation, education, and proven application to the worlds of sports performance, health, fitness, and wellness. Originally from Sarasota, FL, Marcello has worked in the professional, Olympic and top collegiate settings. He has also served as a consultant to various organizations and media groups. Having extensive involvement in both the applied and research worlds, he has implemented successful, high-performance training programs for professional, Olympic and collegiate athletes. For the last 22 years, Dr. Marcello has taken individuals and organizations to the next level through multi-year and time-limited human performance consulting projects in the United States and abroad. His work in conjunction with Draper Laboratories for the U.S. Special Forces has provided a deep, multivariate understanding of the drivers of performance in the battlef...

63 minJAN 31
Comments
Episode 226: Brandon Marcello - The life of a high performance sports consultant

Episode 225: Leo Ryan - All Things Breathing

This episodes guest is Leo Ryan from Innate Strength. Leo Ryan is a Health Performance and Breathing Specialist and the founder of Innate-Strength.com. Leo has studied athletic training, health and breathing since healing himself of asthma in 2004 with the Buteyko Method. After graduating with an MSc from University College Dublin, he continued to educate himself prolifically throughout his professional career in Ireland and internationally. He has attained multiple diplomas and certificates from much elite personal training, physical therapy and breathing schools including Dip. Buteyko Method, Wim Hof Instructor, Oxygen Advantage Instructor, Fascial Stretch Therapist, Strength and Conditioning Specialist and Pilates teacher. Leo’s love and experience for health and physical performance have seen his research more than 50 breathing techniques, the mentor with coaches to Olympians, UFC Fighters and World Champions and he undertook several internships with the world-renowned Dr Eric ...

132 minJAN 1
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Episode 225: Leo Ryan - All Things Breathing
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