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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 ...
 
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In episode 147, Greg Haff, Professor at Edith Cowan University, joins us. Specifically Greg will be looking at: Physiological advantages of cluster sets Disadvantages in using cluster sets What ascending cluster sets are Case study: How to use cluster sets to improve performance *About Greg "I am the course coordinator at Edith Cowan University and…
 
In episode 146, Jake Schuster, CEO of Gemeni Sports Analytics, joins us. Specifically Jake will be looking at: What AI can mean for the sporting world How AI can revolutionise data usage in sport Real world examples of how AI is already helping teams *About Jake "Jake worked in elite global sport for a decade before deciding to launch a company to …
 
In episode 145, Joe Dolcetti, Founder of Lila, joins us. Specifically Joe will be looking at: What wearable resistance is How wearable resistance affects running technique How to use wearable resistance to improve performance *About Joe Joe is the Founder of Lila and a 35-year veteran of high-performance sport coaching and training with a passion f…
 
In episode 144, Luka Milanovic, Head of S&C at the Croatian Football Federation, joins us. Specifically Luka will be looking at: How Croatia overperform with a population of only 4 million How Croatia used the gym during the world cup How recovery was used *About Luka 24 years of coaching experience in 6 different sports Prepared top level athletes…
 
In episode 143, Mona de Lacey, Elite Weightlifter and mum-to-be, joins us. Specifically Mona will be looking at: What happens to the body during pregnancy How women can adjust training during pregnancy Her experiences of training during pregnancy *About Mona "Mona Pretorius de Lacey is a 6-time Karate World Champion, CrossFit Games athlete, and a C…
 
In episode 142, Tanno de Pender, International Powerlifter and S&C Coach at TeamNL, joins us. Specifically Tanno will be looking at: What powerlifting is and how to train for it What other sports can learn from powerlifting *About Tanno "My name is Tanno de Pender, 30 years old from the Netherlands – I completed my MSc in Human Movement Sciences sp…
 
In episode 141, David Jackson, Master Instructor at The Oxygen Advantage, joins us. Specifically David will be looking at: What nasal breathing is Why people should perform nasal breathing How to incorperate this into your life About David "David Jackson is a Master Instructor with the Oxygen Advantage working now as a breath-work coach. A former p…
 
In episode 140, Tom Watkins, High Performance Manager at Fiji Rugby League, joins us. Specifically Tom will be looking at: Demands of tournament rugby How to manage players arriving from various clubs In tournament gym sessions Week planning About Tom "Tom Watkins is the current High Performance Manager for the Fiji Bati National Rugby League Team.…
 
In episode 139, Julia Eyre, Sport Psychologist and Strength Coach, joins us. Specifically Julia will be looking at: Importance of sport psychology 3 key sport psychology tips for all athletes Case study: How to apply these tips About Julia "Julia coaches, teaches, researches, and advocates for athlete well-being in the sport system. Although additi…
 
In episode 138, Ashley Jones, Strength & Conditioning Coach, joins us. Specifically Ashley will be looking at: How performance training in rugby has changed in the last 30 years Influence of technology on performance Training methods which have stood the test of time The future of rugby performance About Ashley Ashley Jones has worked in three prof…
 
In episode 137, Siobhan Milner, Strength & Conditioning Coach, joins us. Specifically Siobhan will be looking at: The role of pain How pain works physiologically Pain without symptoms How to deal with pain using science About Siobhan "Siobhan Milner is a Strength & Conditioning Coach originally from New Zealand with a background in Exercise Science…
 
In episode 136, Matt McInnes-Watson, Performance Coach and Consultant, joins us. Specifically Matt will be looking at: How to program plyos for younger and older athletes How he classifies plyometrics How to apply plyometrics for elite performance About Matt "Matt McInnes Watson is a performance coach and consultant that specialises in plyometrics …
 
In episode 135, Rachel Vickery, Human Behaviour and High-Performance Consultant, joins us. Specifically Rachel will be looking at: What good and bad breathing looks like How to breathe well How to breathing transfers to sport performance About Rachel "Rachel Vickery is a Human Behaviour and High-Performance Consultant, qualified High Performance Sp…
 
In episode 134, Kirsty Elliott-Sale, Professor of Female Endocrinology and Exercise Physiology at Manchester Metropolitan University, joins us. Specifically Kirsty will be looking at: Impact of the menstrual cycle in sport Key phases and their importance in sport How/whether to adjust training around the menstrual cylce About Kirsty "I completed my…
 
In episode 133, Mathew Pell, Applied Sport Scientist at Catapult Sports , joins us. Specifically Mat will be looking at: Which sports have the biggest aerobic demands Which sports have the biggest anaerobic demands Which sports have the biggest strength demands Which is the most physically demanding team sport overall About Mat "I moved to America …
 
In episode 132, Linda Flanagan, Author, joins us. Specifically Linda will be looking at: Key issues affecting youth sports How coaches can improve these Role of parents in improving youth sport About Linda "Linda is a freelance journalist, researcher, and former cross-country and track coach. A graduate of Lehigh University, Flanagan holds master’s…
 
In episode 131, Rainer van Gaal Appelhof, Head of S&C and Sport Science at FC Utrecht, joins us. Specifically Rainer will be looking at: What maximum intensity periods are How to use maximum intensity periods How coaches and athletes on a budget can use MIPs About Rainer "Rainer is currently working as head of sport science and S&C at FC Utrecht wh…
 
In episode 130, John Quinn, Exercise Physiologist, joins us. Specifically John will be looking at: The importance of visual cues and decision making How to train these aspects of performance About John "John’ s career has spanned more than 30 years. He has worked with many of Australian’s leading athletes and coaches across sports as diverse as tra…
 
In episode 129, Steffan Jones, Fast Bowling Coach, joins us. Specifically Steffan will be looking at: The importance of speed How to train for throwing speed How he programs for fast bowlers About Steffan "Steffan Jones is the last dual professional sportsman in the United Kingdom having played 3 years professional rugby and 20 years professional c…
 
In episode 128, Mitch Cholewinski, Sport Scientist at The University of Texas, joins us. Specifically Mitch will be looking at: KPIs in American Football How GPS Data can inform gym based training How GPS Data can inform conditioning sessions About Mitch "I am from Pittsburgh, PA and hold Bachelor’s degrees in Physics from Slippery Rock University …
 
In episode 127, Matt Klayman, Physical Therapist, joins us. Specifically Matt will be looking at: Difference in running style with barefoot Physiological changes with barefoot running Risk vs reward About Matt "Matthew Klayman is a Physical Therapist and Orthopedic Clinical Specialist located in Chicago, IL. Currently managing an outpatient orthope…
 
In episode 125, Maurie Luetkemeier, Professor, joins us. Specifically Maurie will be looking at: How tattoos influence sweat rates How new reserach has updated the field Whether athletes should consider avoiding tattoos About Maurie "I went to school at Ball State University and I my started my teaching career at the University of Utah. And then I …
 
In episode 125, Jacob Turner, Former Professional Baseball Player, joins us. Specifically Jacob will be looking at: Downsides to getting massive contracts How money affects psychology How athletes can keep themselves grounded About Jacob "Jacob is the founder of JL Strategic Wealth, a investment advisory firm focused on clients navigating sudden we…
 
In episode 124, Sam Pepys, Strength & Conditioning Coach, joins us. Specifically Sam will be looking at: How players use the off season Does the extra training lead to more injuries How to optimise off season training About Sam "Sam is a Strength and Conditioning Coach with experience of working in a number of different sports. Sam has been fortuna…
 
In episode 122, Rob Gray, Professor at Arizona State University, joins us. Specifically Rob will be looking at: The importance of Motor Learning How to learn skills faster Science to back up Motor Learning About Rob "Rob Gray is a professor at Arizona State University who has been conducting research on and teaching courses related to perceptual-mo…
 
In episode 122, Theo Pickles, Strength & Conditioning Coach at TeamNL, joins us. Specifically Theo will be looking at: Importance of the Interference Effect How to combine strength and endurance training for optimum results What other sports can learn from Rowing and Swimming periodisation About Theo "Theo has been working in elite sport for over 1…
 
In episode 121, James de Lacey, Strength & Conditioning Coach, joins us. Specifically James will be looking at: What culture shocks might involve How to overcome the language barrier How to minimise culture shocks About James "James was the Head Strength & Conditioning Coach for the Romanian Rugby Union. He has previously worked in America’s profes…
 
In episode 120, Warren Bradley Founder and Head of Elite Performance at Hytro, joins us. Specifically Warren will be looking at: What BFR is Physiology underpinning BFR use How to use BFR for Recovery and Hypertrophy About Warren "Dr Warren Bradley is founder & head of elite performance at Hytro. He has supported hundreds of elite athletes to enhan…
 
In episode 119, Emily Partridge, Special Medical Projects Advisor at the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS), joins us. Specifically Emily will be looking at: How to use Cryotherapy in sport Physiology underpinning it's use Budget alternatives About Emily "Emily Partridge is Special Medical Projects Advisor at the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS…
 
In episode 118, Chris Barnard, Head Performance Coach at Overtime Athletes, joins us. Specifically Chris will be looking at: Importance of vertical force production How to periodise vertical force production How to program vertical force production About Chris "Chris Barnard is head performance coach and founder of Overtime Athletes, an athlete tra…
 
In episode 117, Steve Thompson, Course Leader for the Masters in S&C at Sheffield Hallam University, joins us. Specifically Steve will be looking at: Obstacled to VBT use Best practice in VBT How anyone can use VBT to optimise training for under $10 About Steve "Steve Thompson is an accredited Strength & Conditioning coach with the United Kingdom S…
 
In episode 116, Nicole Rodriguez, Strength & Conditioning Coach, joins us. Specifically you will learn: Three key ways any coach can improve their impact on an athletes performance How athletes can get the best out of their coach About Nicole "Nicole is a physical development coach currently working with younger age groups. Having previously been b…
 
In episode 115, Justin Richardson, Head of Sports Rehabilitation at Athletes Authority, joins us. Specifically you will learn: ACL injury and it's importance Phases of ACL rehab Mistakes and misconceptions around ACL injury Whether ACLs are necessary for sport performance About Justin "Justin is the Head of Sports Rehabilitation at Athletes Authori…
 
In episode 114, Sam Ballak, Applied Sport Scientist at Sport Centrum Papendal, joins us. Specifically you will learn: How heat impares performance The role of humidity in performance How to combat heat related performed impairment About Sam "Dr. Sam Ballak is an applied sport scientist focussing on physiological topics like training in the heat and…
 
In episode 113, Christian Woodford, Strength and Conditioning Coach at Woodford SSC, joins us. Specifically you will learn: What sport specific training is How NOT to train for transfer What you should be doing in the gym for maximum sport performance About Christian "Christian Woodford’s name is the biggest in sports performance, injury prevention…
 
In episode 112, Suzy Russell, Postdoctoral Researcher at the Australain Catholic University, joins us. Specifically you will learn: The importance of mental fatigue Practical tips to deal with mental fatigue About Suzy "Dr Suzy Russell is a postdoctoral research fellow investigating mental fatigue and recovery at the Sports Performance, Recovery, I…
 
In episode 111, Colm Woulfe, Professional Strongman, joins us. Specifically you will learn: What strongman is How it offers a unique physical stimulus What other sports can learn from strongman About Colm "Colm Woulfe completed his Masters Degree in Sport & Exercise at Auckland University of Technology in New Zealand. His thesis was on the acute ph…
 
In episode 110, Christian Woodford, Strength and Conditioning Coach at Woodford SSC, joins us. Specifically you will learn: The importance of reducing injury risk How to train to reduce injury risk What NOT to do in the gym How Christian programs for his athletes About Christian "Christian Woodford’s name is the biggest in sports performance, injur…
 
In episode 109, Andy Hyde, Strength and Conditioning Coach, joins us. Specifically you will learn: How game speed differs from top speed Different positional requirements in football How to program field based S&C for specific positions About Andy "Andy works privately with elite soccer players at the youth academy and senior professional level. He…
 
In episode 108, Rob Walsh, Physical Performance Coach, joins us. Specifically you will learn: The physical characteristics of Skeleton Bobsled How testing and monitoring influences training Key lessons any sport can learn from Skeleton Bobsled About Rob "Rob is a native of Ireland. He has over twenty five years experience in areas of elite sport, y…
 
In episode 107, Dan Howells, Strength & Conditioning Coach & Mentor, joins us. Specifically you will learn: Physiology of hypertrophy How to plan hypertrophy in a week How Dan programs hypertrophy About Dan "Dan has spent the last 15+ years working in elite sport as a strength and conditioning coach. He has worked in Olympic and Paralympic sports a…
 
In episode 106, Sam Portland, Speed Coach & Mentor, joins us. Specifically you will learn: The importance of speed How to train speed in the gym and on field Case study: developing speed in youth athletes About Sam "Over the last decade Sam has spent his time working with many elite and grass roots organisations including Wasps, Ealing, Kenya Seven…
 
In episode 105, Danny Foley, Head Strength & Conditioning Coach at Virginia High Performance, joins us. Specifically you will learn: What fascia are Why fascia are important How to train the fascia About Danny "Danny is the head strength and conditioning coach at Virginia High Performance, where he specializes in working with active duty and Vetera…
 
In episode 104, Jeff Wolf, Founder of Strength Culture, joins us. Specifically you will learn: Importance of mobility Does gaining muscle reduce flexibility? How to program strength and flexibility together About Jeff "Jeffrey is a Strength and Conditioning Coach from Florida, USA. He is the founder of Strength Culture and is known for his expertis…
 
In episode 103, Josh Fletcher (Career Blueprint) and John Noonan (Noonan Performance), join us. Specifically you will learn: How to prepare for career transitions How organisations can help employees How to improve your health, wealth and wellness About Josh "Josh has dedicated his business Career Blueprint to performance practitioner well-being. ‘…
 
In episode 102, Frank van der Putten, former Head Coach - Dutch Freestyle Snowboarding, joins us. Specifically you will learn: Whether goal setting really works How to make goals work for you How to apply goal setting to every day life About Frank "Frank van der Putten. Former headcoach of freestyle snowboarding for the Netherlands. I’ve hold that …
 
In episode 101, Rico Rogers, CEO and Director at Box Altitude, joins us. Specifically you will learn: What altitude training is Physiology underpinning it's use How to use it to improve aerobic performance About Rico "Rico is a former professional cyclist who is now Director and CEO of Box Altitude, a company which provides alttude tents to profess…
 
In episode 100, Dave Tenney, High Performance Director at Austin FC, joins us. Specifically you will learn: How Dave created Sport Performance Departments What Dave considers when hiring staff Cheap High-Performance tactics any team can use About Dave "Dave Tenney is currently the high performance director for Austin FC of Major League Soccer. Prio…
 
In episode 99, Andy Etches, Founder & Sport Director at Rezzil, joins us. Specifically you will learn: How elite clubs are using VR tech How the everyday athlete can use VR to improve The future of VR tech About Andy "Andy has over twenty years of experience in sports technology and data. Andy has worked in the fields of both performance and media …
 
In episode 98 Jarred Marsh, Head of Performance at Kaizer Chiefs FC, joins us. Specifically you will learn: How to avoid accidental doping The supplements that really work How to test whether a supplement really works for you About Jarred "I'm actually trained and educated as a rehabilitation specialist, and I've held a position of head of performa…
 
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