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Come with us as we delve into the mysterious and exciting world of sports science… This entertaining podcast explores: • The science behind the world’s best athletes. • Current issues and events in the world of sport. • How to master the art and science of coaching. Every Monday, Matt Solomon chats with various experts to uncover the science and secrets behind what makes the best athletes in the world so damn good at what they do. They’ll also dive into global issues and events affecting the ...
 
World-renowned sports scientist Professor Ross Tucker and veteran sports journalist Mike Finch break down the myths, practices and controversies from the world of sport. From athletics to rugby, soccer, cycling and more, the two delve into the most recent research, unearth lessons from the pros and host exclusive interviews with some of the world's leading sporting experts. For those who love sport. Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
CoachMePlus was founded in 2012 to meet the demands of an increasingly sophisticated sports science and sports performance industry, and has been transforming the management of athletic performance data ever since. A company grounded on expertise, innovation and client services, CoachMePlus is the go-to system for more than 220 teams across the NFL, NHL, MLB, NBA, NCAA, MLS, CFL and military. With over 29,000 athletes and 11 million data points, CoachMePlus is the industry leader in applied ...
 
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In episode 82, Matt Tometz, Strength & Conditioning Coach and Sport Science Coordinator at TCBoost Sport Performance, joins us. Specifically Matt will be looking at: Importance of speed How to train speed The best speed tech for all budgets Case study: Using tech to improve speed About Matt "Matt Tometz is a Sports Performance Coach/Sport Science C…
 
Stuart Armstrong has made a career coaching sport and his role at Sport England is to help coach the coaches and make sport and exercise accessible to all. In this interview, Armstrong talks through the challenges of balancing the thirst for future champions and creating a healthy environment for kids and teenagers to thrive... no matter what their…
 
In episode 81, Zion Clark, Athlete and Motivational Speaker, joins us. Specifically Zion will be looking at: Importance of sport Obstacles in training/competition Case study: typical training day Examples of how Sport Science helps him About Zion "Zion was born on September 29, 1997 in Columbus, OH. Due to his condition (Caudal Regression Syndrome.…
 
In the ongoing debate and discussion about the risk of injury in rugby, many people have suggested that cutting the number of substitutes is the easiest and most obvious "fix". The truth, however, is a little more complex than this, because there are grounds to suggest that doing this will backfire and make the situation worse, not better. That's w…
 
In this follow-up podcast, sleep science specialist Dr Dale Rae returns to answer all your questions from polyphasic sleeping, eating right for your sleep type, finding your optimum sleep time and coping with frustrating 3am insomnia. Follow Sleep Science on Instagram on @sleepscience_ or visit their website on www.sleepscience.co.za You can also s…
 
In episode 80, Brittany Johnson, Associate Professor at Temple University, joins us. Specifically Brittany will be looking at: Importance of nutrition for firefighters Job demands Lessons for athletes Case study: nutrition guide for firefighters About Brittany "Brittany is an Associate Professor in the Department of Kinesiology at Temple University…
 
All Black legend Conrad Smith, from the International Rugby Players body, talks to Prof. Ross Tucker on World Rugby's newly-released guidelines for contact in rugby training, how it will hopefully impact player welfare and why the new guidelines are not as radical as they, at first, seem. The contact load guidelines we discuss can be found at this …
 
In episode 79, Steve Ingham, Director at Supporting Champions, joins us. Specifically Steve will be looking at: Impact and efficiency of high-performance teams Areas team need to improve How to lead staff How staff can improve themselves About Steve "Dr Steve Ingham is steeped in high performance and has been integral to the development of Britain …
 
The UK Sports Councils have released guidelines on transgender participation in sport, following an exhaustive and comprehensive review process. The two key points made are: 1) to confirm that the current policy that suppresses testosterone for twelve months is not fit for purpose, because advantages are retained even after testosterone is reduced,…
 
In episode 78, Rett Larson, S&C Coach at the German Womens Volleyball Team , joins us. Specifically Rett will be looking at: Importance of warm ups Key components Mental aspects of warm ups Rett's warm up approach About Rett "I am the strength and conditioning coach for the German Women’s volleyball team, this is a relatively new gig for me. I was …
 
In episode 77, Martin Buchheit, S&C Coach, Sport Scientist & Researcher , joins us. Specifically Martin will be looking at: Importance of the anaerobic speed reserve (ASR) Measuring the ASR Application of ASR data Case study About Martin "I am a very passionate strength and conditioning coach that progressively developed into an applied sport perfo…
 
American Neal Henderson is one of the most celebrated coaches in endurance sports - particularly triathlon and cycling. Having coached pros like cyclists Rohan Dennis and Evelyn Stevens to Hour records (and most recently bronze in the Olympic time trial for Dennis), Henderson has trained all levels from first-time finishers to national and World ch…
 
In episode 76, Mathew Pell, Applied Sport Scientist at Catapult Sports , joins us. Specifically Mat will be looking at: American Football game demands Organisation of training GPS outputs and KPIs The 'perfect scenario' workflow About Mat "I moved to America from Australia about a year and a half ago. I’ve come fresh out of the Australian Football …
 
From weight loss to fuelling for performance, the team demystify the world of sports nutrition with leading sports nutrition specialist Prof. Graeme Close. Close is a Professor in Human Physiology at Liverpool's John Moores University where he combines his academic research with nutrition and physiology consultancy to some of the worlds leading spo…
 
In episode 75, Tom Green, Head of Athletic Development at St Peters RC High School, joins us. Specifically Tom will be looking at: What LTAD is, and supporting literature Focus points for young children Focus points for older children How to build your LTAD program About Tom "Tom Green is the Head of Athletic Development at St Peters RC High School…
 
In episode 74 Christoph Wyss, S&C Coach - Chicago Wolves, joins us. Specifically Christoph will be looking at: Importance of speed on the ice What makes skating unique? Specific training for skating Hockey off-seasons About Christoph "Christoph Wyss is a Strength & Conditioning Coach at the Chicago Wolves, previous to this he completed two seasons …
 
In episode 73 Mariska Beijer, Paralympian - Wheelchair Basketball, joins us. Specifically Mariska will be looking at: Why Wheelchair Basketball is the best Paralympic sport Importance of strength & power Her physical preparation for Tokyo Mental skills to overcome covid adversity About Mariska "Worldchamp and MVP @mariskabeijer is training to be he…
 
In episode 72 Luis Mesquita, Strength & Conditioning Coach, joins us. Specifically Luis will be looking at: Strength training risk: reward Types of strength & power training Practical application from youth to elite About Luis "Physiotherapist and Strength & Conditioning Coach. Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist by the National Strength…
 
In episode 71 Nathan Parnham, Author - The Sporting Parent, joins us. Specifically Nathan will be looking at: Shocking stories of parents Importance of parents in sport Supporting young children Supporting older children About Natan "Nathan Parnham is a strength and conditioning specialist located in Brisbane Australia. His career spans close to tw…
 
In episode 70 JB Morin, Professor University of Saint-Etienne University, joins us. Specifically JB will be looking at: Importance of F-V Profiling How to profile Using the data Profiling on a budget About JB "Jean-Benoit (JB) Morin is Full Professor at the University of Saint-Etienne (France), Director of the Sports Science Department, and a membe…
 
Climbing makes its debut at the Tokyo Olympics and the format is both controversial and fascinating. Here's all you need to know about one of the four new sports being showcased in 2022 from UK-based climbing specialist Ollie Torr. Ollie is one of the founders of Lattice Training, and also works as a coach within the company. With an extensive list…
 
Stuart McMillan is one of the world's most respected sprint coaches. Currently in his 25th year of professional coaching, McMillan has worked with professional and amateur athletes in a variety of sports - with the focus being on power and speed development. He is an accredited S&C and Sprints Coach and has personally coached over 70 Olympians at 7…
 
The team are joined by gymnastics coach, biomechanist and former competitor Dr Helen Bayne to talk through the scoring systems, debate the controversies and pick the favourites for this year's Tokyo Games. PLUS: Is Simone Biles really the greatest gymnast of all time? Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out inform…
 
In episode 69 William Wayland, Strength & Conditioning Coach at Powering Through, joins us. Specifically William will be looking at: Why S&C has boomed in Golf What can every day golfers get from S&C Potential downsides Key movements and periodisation plans for golfers About William "William Wayland is a Strength & Conditioning Specialist. Owner of…
 
SOS Podcast co-host Prof. Ross Tucker took on the challenge of riding half the distance of each 2021 Tour de France stage to see how he would cope. This is what he discovered about himself, his body and his mind after over 60 hours of riding in three weeks. PLUS the team wrap up the 2021 Tour de France, look at the top performers and ask the questi…
 
In episode 68 Aman Singh Shergill, Physical Performance Scientist, joins us. Specifically Aman will be looking at: Importance & impact of data Communicating data with coaches Science for non-professional players About Aman "Aman is a Physical Performance Scientist at Aston Villa Football Club, and a PhD candidate at The University of Chester. His r…
 
In episode 67 James Morehen, Performance Nutritionist, joins us. Specifically James will be looking at: Goals of weight cutting Issues with weight cutting Nutrition 2 weeks out Nutrition for the weigh-in About James "Dr James Morehen is a Performance Nutritionist who currently works with professional elite level athletes. Alongside this, James is p…
 
Slovenian Tadej Pogačar has dominated the 2021 Tour de France but questions about his performance remain given cycling's doping history. How much do we know? What can cycling do to become more transparent and is seeing really believing? The team also catch up with all the latest Olympic news including the recent State of Emergency announced in Toky…
 
In episode 66 Tom Little, Sport Performance Specialist joins us. Specifically Tom will be looking at: Worst nutrition he's seen in pro football Key macronutrients in football Importance of nutrient timing Nutritional differences in youth & pro athletes About Tom "Dr Tom Little has worked as a performance specialist for over 20 years working princip…
 
The 2021 Tour de France has highlighted the spread of ages among the leading contenders from 41-year-old Alejandro Valverde to defending champion Tadej Pogacar: How normal is this and how do riders extend their careers? The team also investigate the crash-prone first week and look at whether there is any such thing as perfect cycling genetics. Get …
 
In episode 65 James De Lacey, Strength & Conditioning Coach joins us. Specifically James will be looking at: Importance of being strong Minimal effective dose Training residuals Case study: maintaining max strength About James "James was the Head Strength & Conditioning Coach for the Romanian Rugby Union. He has previously worked in America’s profe…
 
The 2021 Tour de France is set to be a battle of the all-rounders with less climbing and more time trialling: The team look at the form book and the course, discuss the different training strategies of the favourites and pick the contenders. PLUS... Olympic organisers set to allow non-cheering spectators while the controversy over New Zealand's tra…
 
In episode 64 Eddy Idrizovic, joins us. Specifically Eddy will be looking at: Importance of agility Subcomponents of agility Practical: combining gym & pitch for transfer About Eddy "Eddy has a background in Movement Science and is currently working as a Strength and Conditioning Coach in Team Handball and as a Sport Scientist for the Dutch Nationa…
 
When Danish football star Christian Eriksen collapsed on the field during a Euro 2020 clash it raised the question of sudden cardiac arrest in world-class sportsmen and women: But how often does it happen, who is at risk and what could have caused it? The team also discuss the positive dope test of American track star Shelby Houlihan and how super …
 
Whether it's endurance, strength or agility, defining 'fit' is a complex subject. The team talk through definitions, how fitness depends on your discipline or lifestyle, how to know if you're fit and when fitness goes too far. Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
In episode 63 Mona DeLacey, 6-time Karate World Champion, International Olympic Lifter and Sport Psychologist joins us. Specifically Mona will be looking at: Importance of psychology in lifting heavy Tools you can use to improve lifting How to develop your pre-lift routine Her pre-lift routine About Mona Mona Pretorius de Lacey is a 6-time Karate W…
 
In episode 62 Scott Caulfield, Director Of Strength & Conditioning at Colorado College, joins us. Specifically Scott will be looking at: What a coaching philosophy is Importance of a strong philosophy How to develop your elite coaching philosophy How he developed his own philosophy About Scott "Scott Caulfield directs the oversight, development and…
 
When it comes to fitness it's a case of use it... or lose it! But how fast do we lose fitness, how can we limit the damage when we take time off and is there such a thing as muscle memory? SHOW NOTES AND LINKS: Kramer et al 2017 - an amazing study where people were given bed rest for 60 days, and various physiological measures were assessed before …
 
In episode 60 Jesse Wright, Strength & Conditioning Coach and Author joins us. Specifically Jesse will be looking at: Importance of soft skills Key skills practitioners need How you can develop these skills Practical examples About Jesse "Jesse K. Wright has spent over two decades in the high performance sport culture, including working with teams …
 
In episode 60 Jorden Bres, Strength & Conditioning Coach at the Dutch Olympic Team, joins us. Specifically Jorden will be looking at: S&C programming towards a World Championship Assessing progress Tapering to competition Body composition considerations About Jorden "Jorden trains or has trained multiple european, world and Olympic medalists like e…
 
Allowing transgender athletes to compete in women's sporting competitions has created a storm of controversy around human rights. The team get to grips with the facts around moves to prevent transgender athletes from competing in certain women's sports and why fairness, and even safety, are at stake. We also unpack recent comments made by American …
 
In episode 59 Paul McVeigh, former Professional Footballer, Sport Psychologist and Keynote Speaker, joins us. Specifically Paul will be looking at: Importance of Sport Psychology Biggest mistakes athletes make Addressing these mistakes Key lessons from his playing career About Paul "Paul McVeigh was a professional footballer for nearly 20 years pla…
 
Disordered eating is common among sportspeople, both amateur and professional. The team talk to dietician and psychologist, Kim Hofmann, about why most people experience it, how to identify bad habits and the secrets of a healthy - and sustainable - eating plan. Recommended reading: Geneen Roth, Breaking Free From Emotional Eating Jan Chozen Bays, …
 
In episode 58 Joel Jamieson, S&C Coach, joins us. Specifically Joel will be looking at: Importance of additional conditioning Key energy systems Measurements & KPIs Day & Week MMA case study About Joel "Joel is a best-selling author and one of the world’s foremost authorities on strength, conditioning, and energy systems. His training strategies ha…
 
With thousands of studies being conducted around the Covid pandemic, many are now finally producing results. Prof. Ross Tucker and co-host Mike Finch look at the latest research in sport and if fitness level can help mitigate the severity of both Covid and other diseases. SHOW NOTES The “open window” debate: A debate between scientists about the va…
 
In episode 57 Adam Meakins, Physiotherapist, Sport Scientist and S&C Coach, joins us. Specifically Adam will be looking at: Biggest physio mistakes What physios can learn from S&C Biggest S&C mistakes What S&C can learn from physios About Adam "Adam is a physiotherapist, sports scientist and S&C specialist working in the UK and specialises in the a…
 
In this episode, the team answer your questions. We tackle the effects of the Covid pandemic on elite sport progression, whether the mind is capable of pushing the body to greater performance, how delayed specialisation may benefit young sportspeople and the importance of self talk no matter what your sport. Support our podcast. Visit https://www.p…
 
In episode 56 Steve Draycott, Physiotherapist, joins us. Specifically Steve will be looking at: Importance of lower body strength Risks associated with squats Supporting evidence Case study About Steve "I qualified as a physiotherapist in 1986 and very quickly became interested in musculoskeletal physio. I started to specialise in lower limb rehab …
 
In episode 55 Carlos Balsalobre, Sport Scientist, joins us. Specifically Carlos will be looking at: Available performance testing apps Validity and reliability Advantages to app use A case study About Carlos "’I am a sports scientist from the Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain. My main interests are exercise performance, strength training and n…
 
In episode 54 Joel Smith, Strength & Conditioning Coach, joins us. Specifically Joel will be looking at: Importance of feet in performance Movements of the feet Training the feet Case Study About Joel "Joel Smith is the founder of Just Fly Sports and trains athletes and clients in partnership with Evolutionary Fitness in Cincinnati, Ohio. Joel host…
 
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