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Improve your understanding of Human Movement! This information-dense, no-BS podcast is a platform for physical therapists, strength coaches, personal trainers, and anyone who moves to learn the science of human movement. Host Matt Casturo, DPT, CSCS, discusses exercise science, coaching, training techniques, and more. Follow along on Instagram @themovement system or head to www.themovementsystem.com to learn more. Studying for the CSCS Exam? Check out my Study Course and Practice test on www ...
 
Mastering Midlife podcast is for you if you’re in your 40s and 50s and asking yourself "what happened?" For those of us driven to succeed, but concerned about burnout in your work, career, and relationships. It’s the show that teaches you how to thrive when the world asks the most of you. This podcast will give you tried and tested better alternatives. Top-selling author and executive coach Mark J. Silverman shares his direct and meaningful conversations with world-leading experts in busines ...
 
The 21st Century Physio podcast helps you bring your practice into the 21st Century. Each episode will help provide Physiotherapists and other healthcare professionals with simple and easy to implement strategies to help you help more people and take your practice to the next level. World-leading experts join host Stephen King to help you learn the things that they didn’t teach you at University.
 
Welcome to the FunkMMA Strength and Conditioning Podcast with your host Funk Roberts. In this podcast we discuss everything strength and conditioning for the MMA, martial arts, combat athlete and those that want to train like one. We will talk workouts, nutrition, supplements, prehab, training, coaching, mindset, fitness and life lessons. There will be frequent guest from Professional fighters, trainers, coaches, doctors and more…join Funk with frequent co-hosts Andy T and Mrs Funk!
 
Have you ever felt frustrated trying to start running after age 40 or keep up competitive running in your 40s, 50s, and beyond? How can runners keep running and not 'shuffling' as they get older? Are there benefits to running in your 40s and over? If you've ever found yourself asking those questions, you are in the right place! Welcome to the Running After Age 40 Podcast, the podcast about all things related to Running at 40 and Beyond produced by www.runningwithgrit.com. We help you stay ph ...
 
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What a great word used by my friend, coach and accountability partner, Katie Nelson, with her clients. A healthy business, like a healthy body, puts in the work to head off problems in the future. Prehab is the extra work we put in to our lives. "Prehab is forcing yourself to carve out the time to head off playing whack-a-mole with all the fires th…
 
In this episode we break down the science of the stretch shortening cycle and reactive strength index. . We discuss the muscle physiology involved in utilizing the stretch shortening cycle and what you need to know as a Strength and Conditioning Coach. . If you are studying for the CSCS exam make sure you head to www.themovementsystem.com and check…
 
Omar Pinto is a Life Transformation Coach, Addiction Recovery Specialist and Lifestyle Entrepreneur. He impacts and transforms people’s lives daily through my podcast, thriving Facebook communities and coaching platforms. Omar also a recovered alcoholic in long term sobriety, and as a recovering alcoholic, understands the challenges associated with…
 
In this episode, Dillon sits down with Rehab expert Mick Hughes to discuss if surgery is the only option in treatment after an ACL tear. The conversation is incredible and split up into a 2 part series. In part 1 we look to answer, is ACL reconstruction needed or can you cope without reconstruction and return back to full function without surgery? …
 
My marketing people often use excerpts from the chapter called “fear” in “Only 10s – How to Use Distraction to Get the Right Things Done,” because they are the most relatable and compelling. I reread this chapter for myself when I get stuck. In today’s episode, I read from the chapter and talk about how and what fear costs me… and what to do about …
 
What exactly is vitamin D? What is the normal level of vitamin D? What are potential problems or issues related to low vitamin D in runners? If you are wondering the answers to any of these complicated questions about vitamin D, this episode is for you! We cover a summary of the benefits of vitamin D supplementation, when and how to take vitamin D,…
 
Gerald DuBose is an entrepreneur, author, speaker, coach, poet, and artist. He is the COO and co-founder of The New Wealth Order—an organization dedicated to helping people become designers of their own destiny and better human beings—and the author of The Formula 4 Success. A visionary on a mission to change the world’s consciousness, Gerald has b…
 
In this episode, Dillon sits down with Jasper De Coninck looking to change the lens through which you see knee valgus or the knees caving in during movement. The glutes are typically pinned as the cause, the solution becomes training the glute medius. We have a special guest on the show today to help show us that there is more to the story than the…
 
Kendra Cunov is a Relational Coach and the Founder of The Collective, a global web of women devoted to embodied awareness. Over the past 15 years, Kendra has been studying, facilitating, and practicing authentic relating, embodiment practices, and deep intimacy. She also co-founded The Embodied Relationship Training Salon with John Wineland and pio…
 
In this episode, Dillon sits down with Marcus Filly to discuss the creation of functional bodybuilding! In this episode we look to answer; What is the difference between optimization and survival systems in training and business? What is functional bodybuilding? Does our metabolism slow due to age? These and so many more questions answered in this …
 
If you love running and learning about the science behind training and injuries, take a listen to this episode. We review running-related research articles from Fall 2021. Highlights are discussed including: Effects of running on cartilage Running during the COVID pandemic Running related injuries- causes and incidence Wearable technology and runni…
 
Beliefs and thoughts have been plaguing us for 1000s of years. They stop us from doing things we want to do; they distract us from the good in our lives and can make us believe the craziest things. Is there a solution? Yes. But it’s going to take some practice. "The jig is up when you get wise to the tricks of your mind.” – Mark J. Silverman Today …
 
Carla shares how she started running back in middle school as she wanted to be the best at something. She didn't realize at the time that it would lead to a life-long love of 'endorphins'. She shined in high school track and cross country and continued on to an extremely successful Division 1 college career. She loved the feeling of accomplishment …
 
In this episode Chris Johnson PT, Performance Coach, Triathlete, Business leader discusses strength training, tendon health, and coaching strategies for endurance athletes. . We discuss functional strength training and program design for endurance athletes. Chris demonstrates his command of the literature and deep knowledge of the topics. . If you …
 
In this episode, Dillon and Arash discuss the different deadlift variations that exist! They look to answer; what technique variations can be used to learn the deadlift? Why do so many different deadlift variations exist? How can deadlifts be used in Rehab? How to choose which variation to use for Strength & Conditioning? These questions and much m…
 
Steve Schlafman is the Founder of High Output, a boutique leadership development company, where he coaches to improve the habits, productivity, and energy management of high-performing entrepreneurs. A certified coach, Steve is also an angel investor, facilitator, and speaker, with a Bachelor's Degree in Business from Northeastern University. He ha…
 
We all get it confused. We are searching for our reason for being here. I believe it is easier if we understand the difference between understanding “purpose” for being here, and creating our “mission”, while we are here. Contact Mark: MarkJSilverman.com Get FREE Access to the Only 10’s Course Are you struggling with knowing what, when, and how to …
 
If you are curious about mountain biking, Nordic Skiing, or just want to hear how real runners stay fit after 40, listen as Angie Kell tells her story. Angie describes how athletics and running became part of who she was during her childhood. She believes the unmatched friendships she has developed through sports are incredibly powerful. Most runne…
 
If you are a runner trying to balance work, parenting, life, and staying fit, you can't miss this episode. Kiersten is a wife, working professional, mom to 3, and previous collegiate basketball standout. She now applies a balanced approach to fitness and personal wellness. Kiersten details how she made the transition from collegiate sports to makin…
 
Join us as Zach Griffin explains how he originally started running, ran 13 marathons, and eventually fell back in love with running in his 40s. He is even seeing improvements in times and recently won his age division in a half-marathon! We discuss how Zach uses Hal Higdon's training plan, weight trains a few times per week, and advocates for stret…
 
In addition to being a nationally syndicated radio host, award-winning speaker, author, and educator, Dr. Diane Hamilton is a thought leader in the fields of leadership, sales, marketing, management, engagement, personality, curiosity, and motivation. To help improve relationships in the workplace — and performance as a result — Dr. Hamilton draws …
 
In this episode, Dillon discusses deadlifts and the concept of spinal flexion! We look to answer; who should be performing deadlifts? Do deadlifts create injury? Is spinal flexion a risk factor for back injury or disc herniation? All of these and more are answered in this episode! Enjoy! -Team [P]Rehab Learn More About Dr. Dillon Caswell, PT, DPT, …
 
Get FREE Access to the Only 10’s Course Are you struggling with knowing what, when, and how to focus your efforts to get things done? As a long-time sufferer of severe ADD, I understand the struggle - and that’s why I created the Only 10’s system. This system has help me and thousands of others clear the clutter and focus their energy on getting th…
 
Listen in as Katie, a former track and cross country athlete, discusses her year of gains. She has redefined what strength is and provides amazing recommendations on how to get started with strength training and optimizing nutrition in simple ways. Her wisdom about weight training is a must-listen for runners after age 40. Katie has found joy in Na…
 
Dan Waldschmidt is a renowned business strategist, author, keynote speaker, and ultra-runner, with one of his achievements being the 10th person to run Everest. He helps business leaders build their strategies in a way that affords them time to live life outside of work. Dan also wrote the book, Edgy Conversations, where he imparted wisdom that aim…
 
In this episode, Dillon sits down with Dr. Lauren Lynass to discuss tips and strategies to maintain and gain fitness while traveling or dealing with a chaotic schedule. Lauren has just road-tripped across the country and provides insights that helped her to keep moving in the process! Enjoy! -Team [P]Rehab Learn More About [P]Rehab Fitness Program!…
 
Are you a busy, overwhelmed business leader? Through my work as an author and executive coach, I’ve discovered the 10 lies we all tell ourselves that keep us away from true productivity and creativity. If constant firefighting is part of your daily grind, I have a free gift for you. My “10 Uncomfortable Truths” about overwhelm, from “Only 10s, Conf…
 
Join us for expert tips and tricks for running after 40 from a physical therapist, Cassie Wagner, who is juggling all the things- professional life as a PT, family time, and working out. Cassie details how she started running and got hooked on its physical and emotional benefits. She has specific tips for older runners related to warming up, streng…
 
Listen as Carrie (super-woman) provides advice to new runners and runners over 40 trying to get back into running- she explains the importance of setting realistic expectations, just starting, and being consistent with training. Carrie details her experiences running several marathons, completing the Ironman, and her latest achievement- qualifying …
 
In this CSCS Study Episode we break down the differences involved in program design for strength vs. power. . We discuss load assignment, volume, and other aspects of Strength and Conditioning Program Design. . If you are studying for the NSCA CSCS make sure to also check out www.themovementsystem.com for additional study resources. . Follow along …
 
Listen in as Tami details how she is training for her first marathon after the age of 40. She describes how she stays motivated, sticks with her plan, and manages the hard days that come along with marathon training and running. Tami finds inspiration from her daughter and running occasionally with a group, but she also just sets her goals and goes…
 
Karen Goldfinger Baker is a powerful Executive Coach with a demonstrated history of working with inspired leaders to be extraordinary. Significant experience, knowledge, and skills in Business, Nonprofit Organizations, Coaching, and Team Building. Strong, direct, networked professional with certification from Weatherhead School of Management at Cas…
 
In this episode, Dillon discusses everything about one of the most debated movements; the kipping pull-up! Why use a kipping pull-up? Is a kipping pull-up safe or dangerous? How do you return to kipping pull-ups after an injury? All of these and more are answered in this episode! Enjoy! -Team [P]Rehab Learn More About Dr. Dillon Caswell, PT, DPT, S…
 
Have you struggled with slowing down in your running pace or just getting back to running as you are in your 40s, 50s, or beyond? Join us as 43-time marathon runner Vince Santucci discusses how he's found his 'why' behind training and new reasons to keep him running even though he doesn't typically race anymore. Vince details how he focuses on the …
 
Welcome to the trailer for Season 1 of the Running After Age 40 Podcast. This inaugural season is titled "I Get By With a Little Running With My Friends" and the show will be detailing how real people run at age 40 and beyond. My guests will be my personal friends from the last 30 years of running- college friends, work colleagues, neighbors, and m…
 
Sam Morris is a partner at the Human Kind Holistic Consulting Firm and the founder of Zen Warrior Training, an embodied wisdom coaching program dedicated to helping high performers achieve self-mastery. After enduring a spinal cord injury in 1999, Sam dove deep into the somatic healing arts, depth psychology, wisdom traditions, and the innate intel…
 
In this episode, Dillon discusses everything about the pull-up and returning back to pull-us after an injury. He looks to answer; what is needed to achieve your first pull-up? What are the best exercises to return back to pull-ups? What's the importance of pull-ups? All of these and more are answered on this episode! Enjoy! -Team [P]Rehab Learn Mor…
 
We all make mistakes. They can riddle us with regret. But that don’t have to. Join me today as we explore how to shift perspective on our mistakes. "I wouldn’t go back and tell my 18 or 25 year old a thing if it would change anything about my life today.”– Mark J. Silverman I have made health, financial, relationship mistakes, and I have few regret…
 
Kara Goldin is the Founder and CEO of Hint Inc., the leading brand of unsweetened flavored water. She is the author of Undaunted: Overcoming Doubt and Doubters, a Wall Street Journal best-selling book about the doubts, fears, and challenges she faced as she built her own company. Before founding Hint, Kara had worked in many companies across variou…
 
In this episode, Dillon sits down with Dr. Craig Lindell to discuss his running training and journey to complete a half marathon! The discussion dives into; How to stay disciplined with your training to reach your goal, how to become a more efficient runner, what areas to strengthening to both improve performance and decrease the risk of injury in …
 
How do we combat imposter syndrome? We check the facts. The question comes up, “Who am I to do X? "Have you turned down something cool because you thought you weren’t qualified?” – Mark J. Silverman Answer the question: “Who I Am Is…” List your accomplishments, your grit, your creativity If you are stretching for something beyond your norm, interna…
 
In this episode, we discuss how to manage CNS Fatigue/ Neuromuscular fatigue and optimize training. . We dive into the science of motor unit firing, motoneuron excitability, motor cortical excitability, and other neurophysiological variables that impact training. . We also break down how to practically apply this to training athletes with high/low …
 
Brad Demuzio is “The Middle-Aged Survivor.” Brad was a former trader who was supposed to be put in a white-collar prison. Instead, he was mixed with people incarcerated for crimes related to violence. However, looking back, he realized that it was for the best. While in federal prison, he learned about himself, people, and life. Today, Brad is maki…
 
In this episode, Dillon sits down with Dr. Sherif Elnaggar to discuss what creates nerve pain such as sciatica and carpal tunnel syndrome. We look to answer; what causes nerve pain? How do nerves behave differently compared to other structures in your body? How can you calm down an irritated nerve root? What is neurodynamics? How does neural mobili…
 
Dr. Neil Fiore in his incredible book, “The Now Habit,” asserts that fear is the cause of most procrastination. He suggests focusing on starting rather than finishing as a goal. Today I discuss how starting leads to momentum and ultimately a product of that effort. It all begins with that first word, step or call. "Once you start, the ideas and cre…
 
Isabelle Tierney, M.A., LMFT, is a licensed therapist, stress management specialist, transformational teacher, and coach. She is the CEO of Choice Point, a company dedicated to providing tools and services that help people reduce stress in their lives and choose wellbeing. Under Choice Point, Isabelle created the “Feel Good Life” and “Stress Reset”…
 
In this episode, Dillon discusses what is truly happening during a spinal manipulation or adjustment and what is not happening! We dive into the Law Of The Artery and The Subluxation Theory. Where did these theories originate? Are they valid? Should manipulations be used or avoided? All of this and more answered in this episode! Enjoy! -Team [P]Reh…
 
​Helen is an Executive Coach, based in New York and New Jersey. She is the Author of the forthcoming book, “The Unwritten Rules of Women’s Leadership.” Her clients are high potential women, CEOs and senior leaders around the world and she helps them to design their careers and deliver powerful results. She understands firsthand, “The loneliness of …
 
Devin McDermott is a porn recovery coach and author of the e-book, Cheap Dopamine. Devin was once a porn user and dopamine addict himself. Despite having massive ambitions to become successful, Devin found himself struggling to get his desired results. He soon discovered how porn and supernormal stimuli held him back and made it his number one goal…
 
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