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Best Injuryprevention podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Injuryprevention podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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The ASK Megan is the ONLY podcast featuring expert advice on Professional Ballet. Each week Megan Fairchild answers the questions of aspiring dancers and their parent's to help navigate the complex world of professional ballet. The ASK Megan is hosted by one New York City Ballet's Principal Dancer Megan Fairchild. Megan is not only a Principal Dancer, but performed in the award winning Broadway show, "On The Town" and is considered to be one of the world's most premier dancers on stage today ...
 
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Jimmy Smith is a BJJ black belt, former MMA fighter, and former Bellator and UFC commentator. Jimmy discusses his start in martial arts and the early days of his BJJ and MMA training, training with MMA legends and elite BJJ athletes, being on the show "Fight Quest," becoming the commentator for Bellator MMA and the UFC, and some great concepts for …
 
Duane is the owner of Spark Physical Therapy in New Haven, CT and host of the Healthy Runner Podcast. Duane initially started running as an adult, wanting to add some cardio to his gym sessions. After having a hip surgery, his doctor advised him to get off the treadmill and run outside. Without having fully recovered, Duane suffered a running-relat…
 
Episode 326 is another guide to help you guys understand some of the more complex intricate biological processes at play with PED use! Prolactin is so misunderstood. This is a massive subject to tackle so obviously I tried to keep it as concise as possible in regards to functionality, reception processes, interactions, and practical application for…
 
Episode 325 is another Q&A with my good friend Mike Arnold! We discuss a lot initially about Mike's company and some new products coming out as well as get in depth on some of your questions! OH and this is the episode where Mike convinced me to publish my carnitine book so you can hear it in real time! As always, enjoy the education! •••SUPPORT OU…
 
Chewy discusses his inspiration for starting martial arts and the movie that started it all. We also discuss watching the early UFCs, our favorite fighting video games, favorite BJJ documentaries, why Chewy walked away from an undefeated MMA career, why Chewy continued to fight even though he knew he wanted to focus on BJJ, the importance of having…
 
We discuss the plans for gym re-opening, difficulties that may arise with gym re-openings, new guidelines for BJJ gyms, how training will adjust and evolve, how to keep your immune system healthy, and the inconsistencies with the re-opening guidelines for businesses. Thanks to our podcast sponsors: Charlotte's Web CBD. Head over to www.charlotteswe…
 
David Joyce is a titan in the world of elite sport. He has worked at the highest levels of world athletics and with multiple national, world, and Olympic Champions. He’s worked at two Olympic Games, with elite rugby and soccer teams, and is currently the Head of Athletic Performance with the Greater Western Sydney Giants soccer team in Sydney, Aust…
 
Episode 324 is another talk with my best friend in the world Andrew Triana! This one is actually the first REAL application podcast we're doing because up until this point, we've simply had to lay down the foundation and framework to ensure everyone understands the basics. Now that we're all on the same page, we can implement! •••SUPPORT OUR SPONSO…
 
Episode 323 has Mike and myself answering some good questions that we havent covered on this open Q&A yet including figuring out starting calories of athletes as well as looking at IGF supplementation DIFFERENTLY! As always support Mike at the links below! •••SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS••• (COACHING) Alex - www.theprepcoach.com (FREE OPEN FORUM w/ EXCLUSI…
 
Who's journey is it? In this episode we interview a parent about their experiences raising 2 children over their sporting lives. Both children are now 17 & 19 years of age - we look back at their sporting journey so far, as a family, parent and young athlete. In particular, we talk about how this parent has managed the landscape of when your young …
 
Kyle Watson is a BJJ black belt, The Ultimate Fighter Season 12 contender, and former UFC Lightweight. Kyle joins the podcast to discuss his start in martial arts, opening and running a BJJ school, competing on "The Ultimate Fighter" and training with Georges St. Pierre, his thoughts on how he thinks BJJ gyms will re-open, whether there is any bene…
 
Scott Caulfield is the director of strength and conditioning at Colorado College and previously the coaching education manager and head strength and conditioning coach for the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). He holds a bachelor's degree in physical education, a master's degree in sports coaching, and three important certifica…
 
On this episode, Chewy and Eugene discuss the evolution of Jiu-Jitsu from strictly a self-defense martial art to a sport and whether this growth from the original intent and style of Jiu-Jitsu has “mutilated” the art. We also discuss the history of BJJ, if Chewy thinks BJJ should be an Olympic sport, and what would happen if BJJ stopped evolving. T…
 
Runners, friends, I recorded this episode to give you a small jolt of encouragement when I think we all need it. I sincerely hope you are well, safe, healthy, and able to see those who you most care about. I’m in awe at the bravery of our healthcare pro’s who put their lives at risk to help others - and I’d like to give an enormous, public thank yo…
 
Episode 322 is another question and answer episode with my great friend Mike Arnold! In this episode we spent A LOT of time talking about an overview of PED use for females as well as our own personal favorite cycles we have ever ran and what the ending results actually were! We also discussed offseason usage of EQ and Masteron and once again, this…
 
This episode of the podcast was recorded live on Youtube including a Q&A and a giveaway. We discuss how BJJ gyms will handle social distancing, Chewy’s book recommendations, if Bigfoot exists, Chewy’s most memorable podcast moment, dealing with the fear of getting injured in training, and much more. Thanks to our podcast sponsors: Charlotte's Web C…
 
Episode 321 talks about how to utilize an approach to your PEDs without having to rely on testosterone. Make sure you listen to this podcast completely because testosterone HAS ITS PLACE, every androgen does, but people need to remember to base it off their own personal response, actual need, and goals. You should NOT utilize any compound simply be…
 
Angie Spencer is the cohost of the Marathon Training Academy Podcast and someone who just finished the 50 state challenge. But she added two important twists: first, not every race was a marathon. Some of them were ultramarathons! And she didn't run all of the marathons just to finish them. In fact, her 50th marathon this past January in Hawaii was…
 
Associate Professor Andrew Gardner is a clinical neuropsychologist, a National Health and Medical Research Council Early Career Fellow with the School of Medicine & Public Health at the University of Newcastle. He is also a Co-Director of the Hunter New England Local Health District (HNE LHD)'s Sport Concussion Clinic, and has served as the concuss…
 
Episode 320 gets into the second part of the insulin roundtable series with Broderick Chavez, Andrew Triana, and myself! We spend the majority of this episode discussing our personal protocols and more importantly WHY they are set up that they. This episode is chalk full of information to be sure to have your paper and pens out and ready to take no…
 
On this episode of the podcast, Chewy and Eugene discuss what defines a cult and if Jiu-Jitsu is actually a cult? We break down other known cults and talk about specific Jiu-Jitsu rituals and traditions. Exclusive podcast content available at www.patreon.com/thechewjitsupodcast Check out www.chewjitsu.net/time-off for a free resource with workouts,…
 
One of my goals with Strength Running is to prevent you from making the same mistakes that I've made in my own running career. Because I've made almost all of them! Some of my "favorite" mistakes have been: Running my easy days too hard Not doing any dynamic warm up exercises before each run Inconsistently completing my strength exercises Relying t…
 
Episode 319 is another case study of mine that looks back at the old literature looking back at this old topic AS WELL as the people who saw this quarantine and just gave up on training and started binge eating. Although this is NOT the end all answer to this question, this case study should provide some amazing insight into this subject matter as …
 
Episode 318 is another PED Q&A with Mike Arnold and we actually spent a good portion of this episode talking about his newest product Methyl Blue, which is a super-stim "amphetamine like" product! He did some clever work on the ingredient profiling side of things as he covers MAO-A and B inhibition which NO ONE else does on the market! We then got …
 
JP Dinnell is a former U.S. Navy SEAL Elite Sniper. and now a leadership instructor and speaker with Echelon Front, where he serves as Director of Tactical Training Programs. JP spent nearly a decade in the SEAL Teams with three combat deployments. JP shares his desire to serve in the military, going through Navy Seal Training, going after your dre…
 
Victoria Sekely was a varsity tennis player at Georgetown where she got her undergraduate degree in human sciences. She then went to New York University and earned her doctorate in physical therapy. She's a USATF-certified running coach, certified Kinesio Taping practitioner, and received her certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS) ce…
 
Episode 317 is another talk with one of my best friends in the world Andy! In this episode we do some nice catching up on what's going on in our lives currently and talk about RECOVERY! Recovery is one aspect that many people seem to forget. They spend all their time destroying their bodies with exercise with the perfect set up yet SUCK on the reco…
 
Chewy answers a questions from Jack, who is timid and nervous about starting BJJ and getting injured. Chewy shares his own experience of being timid and then overcoming his lack of self-confidence through wrestling. We also discuss the importance of setting long-term goals and how to deal with set backs. Chewy also discusses training with “JT” Torr…
 
Mark Renshaw is a retired Australian cyclist who grew up in Bathurst, a regional city in Western NSW. He rode professionally between 2004 and 2019 for teams including Française des Jeux, Crédit Agricole, HTC–Highroad, Belkin Pro Cycling, Etixx–Quick-Step and Team Dimension Data. His most notable wins are the general classification of the 2011 Tour …
 
Luke Tyburski has overcome more in his relatively short life than most of us. His dream as a child was to play professional soccer on the world stage. And he accomplished exactly that as an adult, playing in lower-level professional leagues in California, Louisiana, and the UK. But his dreams were cut short after a series of debilitating injuries. …
 
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