216: How To Rehab From A 1% Chance To Live
Science for Sport Podcast
by Science for Sport
3d ago
In episode 216, Tim Chiarolanza former S&C Coach and major trauma survivor, joins us. Specifically we will be looking at: How diet and sleep improved his rehabilitation The importance of exercise science in rehabilitation What athletes can learn from his journey About Tim : "Tim Chiarolanza is a major trauma survivor. After spending over a decade working to achieve his dream job, including two stints working in professional baseball as a minor league strength and conditioning coach, he was named the head of strength and conditioning at his Alma mater, Lycoming College. He spent about six ..read more
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215: How Just 100g Of Resistance Can Change The Sprinting World
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by Science for Sport
1w ago
In episode 215 Joe Dolcetti, Troy Jones and Sam Portland, joins us. Specifically we will be looking at: What wearable resistance is and why its important How wearable resistance changes force and technique during sprinting How to train with wearable resistance to improve performance About Joe : "I’m Joe, a lifelong athlete, competitive boxer and rugby player, the CEO and Founder of LILA® and the inventor of EXOGEN wearable resistance. I’m a 35 year veteran of high-performance training and coaching with a career that has spanned 10 Olympic cycles from Seoul’88 to now Paris’24, across 5 contin ..read more
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214: Designing The Perfect Sport Scientist
Science for Sport Podcast
by Science for Sport
2w ago
In episode 214 Harry Routledge, High Performance Practitioner, joins us. Specifically Harry will be looking at: What Sport Scientists do The skills and qualifications needed Specialists vs generalists How to develop your skills About Harry : "I am an experience High Performance Practitioner, having worked in the USA, Australia and the UK. I have held positions such as Head of Performance and Head of Sport Science and strive to utilise an evidence based approach to enhance athletic performance." Twitter - @H_Routledge Linkedin - www.linkedin.com/in/harry-routledge-phd-42a38052/ Nominate futur ..read more
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209: Eat Like An International Rugby Player
Science for Sport Podcast
by Science for Sport
3w ago
In episode 209 Nutritionist at England Rugby, joins us. Specifically James will be looking at: Importance of nutrition in rugby Role of carbohydrates, protein & fats How to adjust intakes for individual needs About James : ""Dr James C. Morehen is a performance nutritionist currently working with professional athletes and elite individuals from the corporate world. Through Morehen Performance Ltd, he has spent the last eight years supporting individuals from England Football, rugby union, rugby league, professional boxing, Formula 1, golf, Premiership football, HSBC Global, IKEA and Cred ..read more
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213: Force Plates To Monitor Fatigue
Science for Sport Podcast
by Science for Sport
1M ago
In episode 212 John DeWitt Director of Applied Sports Science at Rice University, joins us. Specifically John will be looking at: What fatigue is and where it comes from How force plates can measure fatigue KPIs he finds important How to apply your data About John : "Dr. John DeWitt is the Director of Applied Sports Science at Rice University in Houston, TX, and president of DeWitt Method, a high performance consultancy with clients in the NBA, MLS, US Olympic and Paralympic Committee, and other professional and international sports programs. Dr. DeWitt is an expert at decoding biomechanical ..read more
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212: How To Reduce Hamstring Injury Risk
Science for Sport Podcast
by Science for Sport
1M ago
In episode 211 Eric Gorman Strength and Conditioning Coach at New York Red Bulls, joins us. Specifically Eric will be looking at: Why footballers suffer hamstring injuries Factors influencing injury risk Reducing injury risk How he works in the gym to strengthen hamstrings About Eric : "My name is Eric Gorman, and I am currently the Strength and Conditioning Coach with the New York Red Bulls' First Team. I have been with the club for 4 seasons now, and this is my third with the First Team. I spent 1 year with the second team and prior to that, I spent 5 years with the Philadelphia Union Acad ..read more
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211: Blood Flow Restriction Rockets Recovery
Science for Sport Podcast
by Science for Sport
1M ago
In episode 210 Warren Bradley, Founder and Chief Science Officer at Hytro, joins us. Specifically Warren will be looking at: What BFR is and how to use it Why BFR works for recovery How to add BFR to other recovery methods The future of BFR About Warren : "Dr Warren Bradley is the Founder and Chief Science Officer at Hytro – the World’s leading Performance Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) company. Warren spent over a decade working in professional sports across the Premier League and International Rugby while completing his PhD in exercise physiology before founding industry disrupting sports te ..read more
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210: Eat Like An International Rugby Player
Science for Sport Podcast
by Science for Sport
1M ago
In episode 209 Nutritionist at England Rugby, joins us. Specifically James will be looking at: Importance of nutrition in rugby Role of carbohydrates, protein & fats How to adjust intakes for individual needs About James : ""Dr James C. Morehen is a performance nutritionist currently working with professional athletes and elite individuals from the corporate world. Through Morehen Performance Ltd, he has spent the last eight years supporting individuals from England Football, rugby union, rugby league, professional boxing, Formula 1, golf, Premiership football, HSBC Global, IKEA and Cred ..read more
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208: Why Momentum Beats Speed In Sport
Science for Sport Podcast
by Science for Sport
2M ago
In episode 208 Bryan Mann, Strength & Conditioning Coach and Educator, joins us. Specifically Bryan will be looking at: The difference between speed and momentum Why momentum matters How to train momentum About Bryan : "Bryan started his coaching career at south west Missouri University, while he was an undergrad. He later moved on to work at Arizona State University and the University of Tulsa before spending fifteen years with the University of Missouri as both a coach and a faculty member, before he moved to work in Miami. He is currently at Texas A&M University in a teaching role ..read more
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207: Developing Elite-Level Motivation
Science for Sport Podcast
by Science for Sport
2M ago
In episode 207 Simon Hartley, Sport Psychology Consultant, joins us. Specifically Simon will be looking at: Where motivation comes from How to get and stay motivated How to athletes use motivation for performance About Simon : "Simon Hartley is a globally respected sport psychology consultant and performance coach. For over 25 years, Simon has worked with gold medallists, world record holders, world champions, top five world-ranked professional athletes, Olympians, and championship winning teams. Since 2011, Simon has published eleven books, including Stronger Together; How Great Teams Work ..read more
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