Movement Fix Podcast is about health, fitness, nutrition, and human movement to help you become a master of your body. Hosted by Ryan DeBell, M.S., D.C.
Dr. Michael Mash joins in this episode to discuss making barbell exercises more accessible for more people.
Jason Brown, MS, CSCS, of BP Training Systems, joins to discuss programming considerations when returning to the gym as gyms open back up and his collaboration with Movement Fix for the free Return to the Gym Training Program we released. Visit themovementfix.com/return to download it
Sadiq Sheraze, DC, discusses micronutrient deficiencies, caloric density, and the pleasure trap.
Chris Duffin of Kabuki Strength, Bearfoot Athletics, and Buildfast Formula discusses the minimal effective dose of powerlifting training when training for overall health and physical longevity
Joel Seedman, PhD joins to discuss: 90 Degree Joint Angles Toed Forward Squatting Limited ROM Lifts
In this episode, Ryan DeBell shares 7 major lessons he has learned from running Movement Fix in 7 years.
Jay Dicharry, MPT, discusses how to program running training in a holistic training program.
Jordan Shallow, DC, joins to discuss powerlifting, keeping movement capacity while building strength, and how he self-rehabbed his pec tear.
Joel Seedman, PhD, discusses 90 degree squatting, muscle spindles, and eccentric isometrics.
Michael Mash, DPT, CSCS owns Barbell Rehab and in this episode we discuss using barbells and strength training for long term health and building muscle mass safely.
Kevin Christie, DC, is the host of The Modern Chiropractic Marketing Show, author of 'Do It Right: Modern Chiropractic Marketing' and owner of Health Fit Chiropractic Performance in Boca Raton, FL. Kevin discusses marketing for chiropractors in this episode (and the principles apply to any service based local business).…
Nick St. Louis of The Foot Collective guests on this episode.
In this episode I discuss why I think people fundamentally disagree on the 'right' squat stance.
Sadiq Sheraze, DC, joins to discuss water fasting and how they use it in the clinic he works at for treating a variety of disorders as well as his own personal transformation utilizing lifestyle medicine.
Angelo Sisco of Alpha Hippie guests this week to discuss the mind, body, and spirit and his journey of selling O'Hare CrossFit and moving to fulfill his new vision.
In this episode, I share 5 things I would have told myself when I had lower back pain to help me get through it.
Blake Bowman of GuerrillaZen Fitness and Potentia Wellness discusses the tools he is using to handle stress and stay mentally centered and focused during stressful times
Nick St. Louis, MPT, and founder of The Foot Collective guests.
Jason Brown, MS, CSCS, is the founder of Box Programming. He discusses programming safely and progressively once gyms open back up.
Angelo Sisco, owner of O'Hare CrossFit and Alpha Hippie discusses pivoting his gym and focusing on the who, what, and why.
Coach Brett B gives his thoughts and advice on dealing with uncertainty of the future during challenging times.
Lisa Thomson, DC, is a chiropractor out of the Los Angeles area who specializes in working with rotational sport athletes.
Chris Johnson, PT, of Zeren PT, joins to discuss bone stress injuries, the FDI of training, and returning to running
Jay Dicharry, MPT, author of 'Running Rewired' and 'Anatomy for Runner's' joins to discuss the big toe, gait, and bunions.
Blake Bowman, co-founder of Potentia Wellness and founder of Guerrilla Zen Fitness, joins to discuss ways to be better optimizing your health.
In this episode, Perry Nickelston, DC, of Stop Chasing Pain, discusses: The lymphatic system Brain inflammation How it relates to pain and disease
Dave Marcu, MD, CSCS is an orthopedic surgeon and certified strength and conditioning coach. He discusses the 3 most common shoulder surgeries, what they are, and what they do.
Bobby Maybee, DC, is the founder of the Forward Thinking Chiropractic Alliance. In this episode we discuss: The future of the chiropractic profession Why right now is both challenging and a huge opportunity for chiropractors Different career progressions
Mike Reinold discusses the shoulder and how to best learn with continuing education.
In this episode, Matt Wiest, DC, discusses how he started his own clinic, The Center of Movement, and grew it to multiple locations using community building as one of his main marketing channels.
Tony Gentilcore shares how he creates a positive training environment and how he is growing his personal training business while also growing his family.
Tim Gabbett, PhD, guests on this episode to discuss workload management, acute to chronic workload ratio, and injury prevention.
Aaron Horschig, DPT, founder of Squat University and author of The Squat Bible, discusses analyzing and fixing squat issues.
CrossFit Legend Chris Spealler discusses general physical preparedness and life after competitive CrossFit
Dr. John Rusin joins to discuss training for pain free performance and longevity
Dr. Wes Hendricks, DC, joins to discuss methods to safely develop ring muscle ups, with a focus on longevity and safety.
Greg Lehman joins to discuss connective tissue and the lumbar spine
In this episode, Mike Boyle joins to discuss squatting, single leg exercises, and lower body training.
In this episode, I discuss making the Movement Pie bigger, value creation, and leveraging your skills
Dave Marcu, MD, CSCS is an orthopedic surgeon and strength and conditioning specialist. In this episode we discuss knee anatomy, the meniscus, knee replacements, and exercise considerations.
Aaron Alexander, host of the Align Podcast, joins to discuss: - Breathing and meditation - How emotions and beliefs affect movement - Blending bodybuilding and functional movement - The mind body relationship
Dave Marcu, MD, is a sports orthopedic surgeon and certified strength and conditioning specialist. In this episode we discuss: Hip joint anatomy variations How those variations affect squatting Training clients with hip replacements How we can try to prevent hip impingement in the future
In this episode we discuss: Systems vs principles The Social in the Biopsychosocial model The changing chiropractic profession Creating lasting behavioral changes The Jefferson Curl
In this episode, Wes Hendricks, DC, joins to discuss all things pull ups.
On this episode, Todd Hargrove, author of Playing with Movement and A Guide to Better Movement joins me to discuss: Play vs sport Why we need to play Setting the environment to learn Intentional movement learning vs learning via trial and error
In this episode, Brian Alexander joins to discuss: The Kolbe Index How to hire by role and modus operandi Struggles with starting a 2nd gym Delegating as a gym owner
- Squatting (obviously) - Getting turned down to publish a book (but self-publishing it anyway) - Building a million instagram followers
Jason Brown, founder of Box Programming, joins to discuss: - The conjugate method - His article on the future of Crossfit - Why aerobic work is key and how he programs it - Common accessory work that people aren’t including that they should
Danny Matta, DPT, joins to discuss building a cash based PT practice.
In this episode, Dr. Wes Hendricks, DC, joins to discuss handstand development, mobility limitations, and progressions.