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Expand your running knowledge, identify running misconceptions and become a faster, healthier, SMARTER runner. Let Brodie Sharpe become your new running guide as he teaches you powerful injury insights from his many years as a physiotherapist while also interviewing the best running gurus in the world. This is ideal for injured runners & runners looking for injury prevention and elevated performance. So, take full advantage by starting at season 1 where Brodie teaches you THE TOP PRINCIPLES ...
 
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On this episode, Chewy and Eugene discuss the "rules for Jiu-Jitsu." The rules discussed were: Jiu-Jitsu is a marathon, doing something new to shake things up, having a clear vision to what you’re chasing, pacing yourself, and accepting failure as the currency for progress. Thanks to the podcast sponsors: Charlotte's Web CBD. Head over to https://b…
 
Brodie continues to review the book titled 'The science and practice of middle and long distance running' with chapter seven called movement screening and physical capacity assessments (Chapter contributors: Louis Howe and Paul Read). Brodie starts with describing the book's movement screening protocol and examples for each. Next, we continue asses…
 
Matt Pendola has several professional qualifications including a running coach, S&C coach, licensed manual therapist & wellness coach and works with several Olympic athletes. He has also personally achieved a tonne of impressive running achievements including winning the Elite Spartan World Championships Masters Division (2015) & Qualified for Duat…
 
Chris Napier quite literally wrote the book on the Science of Running. He is a professor of Physical Therapy at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver as well as a practicing physiotherapist, 2:33 marathoner, and medal winner at the Canadian Track & Field Championships in 1996 and 1997. Chris earned his diploma in Sport Physiotherapy and h…
 
On this episode, Chewy discusses something that he learned from the books With The Old Breed by Eugene Sledge and The Things Our Fathers Saw by Matthew Rozell. The part that was interesting was the key difference between veterans and new soldiers and how the acceptance of the idea of death from the veteran soldiers allowed them to be more aggressiv…
 
Brodie starts part 1 of 3 reviewing a new book titled: The science & practice of middle and long distance running. We break down chapter 5 titled the psychology of distance running before interviewing the editor next month. This episode covers the evidence surrounding the use of psychological strategies to help running performance. The psychologica…
 
Today Brodie's sister joins the podcast to talk about her massive running revelation. It has taken around 7 years for Zoe to discover the art of running slow and is reaping the rewards. Not only is Zoe feeling fresh and able to run harder during her speed sessions but she has found a love for running and for the first time is her running career is …
 
Episode 378 obviously HAD to start off with talking about the reality of squatting and hamstring growth :) from basic physics, to foot mechanics, to even how poorly EMG studies are interpreted, this should make you rethink what you think you know about "biomechanics." From there we move into so many topics along with how I am beginning the quest to…
 
Our guest today is coach Mario Fraioli, a 2:27 marathoner who hosts the Morning Shakeout podcast and publishes the newsletter of the same name. Mario coaches a wide variety of elite and sub-elite runners and has been involved in the running industry as an editor, book author, coach, podcaster, speaker, and thought leader for the better part of two …
 
Eliot Marshall is a Jiu-Jitsu black belt and former Mixed Martial Artist. Eliot is also a business owner, podcaster, and author. He was the first American to win the BJJ Pan American Championship at blue, purple, and brown belt. After transitioning to MMA, Eliot fought on The Ultimate Fighter, earned a UFC contract, and fought for 4 more years. Upo…
 
Q&A part two answer your instagram responses. Here are you questions Brodie will be answering: Why do runners implement plyometrics in their strength training when their run is already a plyometric movement? How do you encourage people to mentally & emotionally approach a rehab program? Thoughts on general mobility work for runners? Interventions i…
 
On today's Q&A Brodie answers all your questions. Here is what we explore: 1.) What is the amount of time per week one should dedicate to strength training? And is it better to do a couple of longer sessions per week or a little bit most days? 2.) What are some of the best injury-preventing exercises that a distance runner should keep on rotation? …
 
Alli Felsenthal is a certified running coach, personal trainer, Boston Qualifier, 86-minute half marathoner, fitness class instructor, and host of the Run with Alli Live Podcast. She came to running later in life but has progressed quickly after leaving her corporate job and focusing all of her attention on her coaching and running. She has an inte…
 
Episode 377 has so many gems in here I dont even know where to begin! We get into what realy causes gyno, postworkout orals, adjusting Andy's PEDs for an upcoming competition, and a whole lot more! Always support Andy at: www.theperformancevibe.com www.gosuperbrain.com •••SPONSOR••• (BEEF) www.skinnybeef.com___use discount code “alex10” to save off…
 
Chewy discusses the concept of disrupting your opponent’s game by trying to figure out what their objectives and strategies are. Chewy and Eugene also chat about the value of looking at the common objectives for each position or technique in BJJ, how to study or learn about an opponent, studying opponent tendencies objectively, why training with pe…
 
Today Brodie talks about his past 4 weeks of managing multiple injuries, what he has implemented for rehab & how he continues to maintain fitness while injured. Over the past month Brodie has encountered hamstring pain, a sprained ankle and low back pain. Even though these injuries are piling up one after another Brodie is still remaining strong an…
 
Kira Sutherland has 25+ years of clinical experience in Naturopathic medicine & sports nutrition and creates a truly wholistic approach to optimising performance for athletes. Today, we are uncovering the benefits and misconceptions of fasting. In particular intermittent fasting for runners. Kira describes the positive effects exercising has in a f…
 
This episode is about racing and the pacing approaches available to you to help you run your best. Most of us would love to run faster and a big part of that is how you approach racing. But I’ve gotten countless questions about race strategy over the years, like… How do I negative split a marathon? Should I run even splits or run the first few mile…
 
We answer a listener question on preparing for a Jiu-Jitsu tournament on two weeks notice. Chewy gives his tips on staying in shape, should you compete if you’re out of shape, adjusting your training to your “A-Game,” how much you should roll, what would stop Chewy from doing a competition, is there an indicator on whether you should or shouldn’t c…
 
On this episode, Brodie entertains the scenario of a runner experiencing unpredicted mid-race soreness and highlights some troubleshooting technique changes a runner can do to get through the remainder of a race. There are changes you can make in your speed, cadence and step width during different terrain in order to shift load on your body. Theref…
 
Ben Lindsay is the managing director at Solushin, a patented Counter-Traction Technology that effectively treats medial tibial stress syndrome. Ben & his team recognised the importance of effective shin splint treatments (training modification, strength training & orthotics) but set out to design a product in conjunction with these traditional trea…
 
Tina Muir is a former pro runner and the host of the Running Realized Podcast and Running for Real Podcast. She’s an 11-time All-American athlete and elite athlete for Great Britain who has run in two British Olympic Trials. In this episode we talk about: Recognizing pain versus injury Importance of your body's physiology to help with injury preven…
 
Episode 376 has so many random stories, then we discuss GH Altering Autonomics, Andy’s Disgusting Meal Concoctions , Altering my Boxing Programming, Disobeying Language Laws, Proper SEO Usage, Circadian Diuresis, and a whole lot more! Always support Andy at: www.theperformancevibe.com www.gosuperbrain.com •••SPONSOR••• (BEEF) www.skinnybeef.com___u…
 
Episode 375 is the ONLY complete guide to peri-workout androgens and I am DAMN proud to finally make this! It has been on the list for some time and the original plan was to save this conversation for an "Orals Roundtable" with Broderick and Andy but we have all been so busy and I decided why not drop a bomb and release it early! LISTEN, TAKE NOTES…
 
Chewy answers a question on cutting weight for BJJ competition. Chewy discusses how important weight cutting is to BJJ and his thoughts on the low carb and Keto diet approach to cutting weight. Thanks to the podcast sponsors: Charlotte's Web CBD. Head over to https://bit.ly/31HEWoT and use the promo code Chewjitsu to get 15% off of your total purch…
 
On this episode of the podcast, Chewy and Eugene discuss their thoughts Gordon Ryan’s comment on Gi Jiu-Jitsu being phased out over the next 10 years. We discuss our opinions on this topic, what rule sets/changes could make Gi Jiu-Jitsu more exciting, and we also do a live Q&A session. Q&A: 34:50 The rule change that could make Gi BJJ more exciting…
 
Greg Lehman is a physiotherapist, Chiro & strength and conditioning coach. He teaches courses to health professionals on biomechanics, with pain science & running rehab. Greg had previously wrote a blog titled: 'Running is Rehab: When doing is the fixing' and this is exactly what we dive into today. We delve into this term and what it actually mean…
 
On this episode Brodie illustrates the importance of eccentric control for runners. He breaks down the different phases of the running cycle and points out different muscle groups undertaking eccentric control. Next, Brodie dives into the benefits of eccentric training including force production, flexibility and rehabilitation purposes. We finish w…
 
Peter Bromka recently got to pace Chirine Njeim to a 2:36 marathon PR in pursuit of qualifying for the Olympics. On the same course, at the same time, Desiree Linden broke 3 hours in the 50K ultramarathon and set a new world record. Peter is here to share his experience of this event. Peter is an incredible athlete in his own right. He was a very c…
 
Episode 374 opens up with THE LAWN MOWER STORY that I have talked briefly about on my IG Story! We then dig into our recent competition weekends, discuss some interactions with GDNF and growth hormone, and a whole lot more! Always support Andy at: www.theperformancevibe.com www.gosuperbrain.com •••SPONSOR••• (BEEF) www.skinnybeef.com___use discount…
 
Todd is a former Marine, Jiu-Jitsu black belt, an author, and specializes in Executive Protection. Todd discusses how he started training BJJ 25 years ago, how Jiu-Jitsu was unique to other martial arts, the early days of Jiu-Jitsu, fighting NHB (No Holds Barred/MMA), starting his Executive Protection company, traveling to over 140 countries, his b…
 
We continue our journey! If you haven't listened to part 1 of my chat with Dr. Rachel Zoffness please do so. Today, we dive into practical steps and strategies people can do when they are suffering from pain. Rachel first talks about the concept of 'Cognitive behavioural therapy' and what you think, affects how we feel emotionally, affects how we f…
 
Today we have pain psychologist Dr. Rachel Zoffness on the show to teach us about pain & injury. Rachel teaches pain education to medical residents, serves on the pain education faculty at Dartmouth and is the co-president of the American Association of Pain Psychology. She is also the author of The Pain Management Workbook, an integrative, evidenc…
 
Strength and conditioning coach Kevin Carr has worked with Olympians and many other types of athletes. He has amassed a wealth of experience in functional anatomy, sports performance, and personal training. He is also the coauthor of the new book Functional Training Anatomy. Kevin has a bachelor's in kinesiology, he’s a licensed massage therapist, …
 
Chewy and Eugene discuss funny childhood stories and what life was like when they grew up, being bored as a kid, sharing thoughts on social media, the benefit of not doing, how Chewy slows down and rests, why to delegate tasks, and why contemplation is vital for efficiency. Thanks to the podcast Sponsors: Charlotte's Web CBD. Head over to https://b…
 
Epigenetics can interact with your DNA and genes in order to activate & deactivate your blueprint. Even though your DNA is hardwired, the cell's characteristics & function can change based around your epigenetics. Dr. Cam McDonald is a lecturer, dietician & exercise physiologist here to talk about the information all runners need to know about epig…
 
Brodie is releasing a patron exclusive episode onto the podcast feed to share the love. On this episode, Brodie dives into the science and safety tips when introducing power and plyometric exercises into your strength routine. Like running, power based exercises have a tremendously high demand on your body, so care must be taken. If not, it can tip…
 
Episode 373 is another conversation with Andy where we covered My Boxing Programming, Females & Insulin Usage, Protein as the BEST Food Altering Drug, aThiazide/Furosemide Blended Diuretic product, How the World Has Gotten Most Biology WRONG, and a lot more! Enjoy the episode and be sure to take notes! Always support Andy at: www.theperformancevibe…
 
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