KEYWORDS Movement, Non-Exercise Movement, Walking, Minimalism, stacking, Nutritious Movement
Today we are very fortunate to have Katy Bowman on the podcast. Katy is a biomechanist, with emphasis on the BIO because rather than looking only at isolated join angles Katy has specialized in looking at how our movement, or lack thereof, influences all parts of our lives as well as our families, communities and the environment Katy’s work suggests we can, and should, be careful allowing technology the chance to remove all labor from our days. She has written numerous articles, 5 books and recorded multiple podcasts on her concept, nutritious movement. Katy’s latest book Movement Matters is available on Amazon now and it is a fantastic read that nudges you to get moving and provides many examples of why your movement throughout the day matters whether you are an athlete, a parent or struggling to find health.
Mindfulness, Krav Maga, Self-Defense, Martial Arts, Combat Sports, MMA
Power Lifting, Strength Training, Cross Training, Weight Lifting
Multi-time Power-Lifting champion of the USA and the World Robert Herbst joins us today to share his knowledge of the sport. Robert has been coaching athletes ranging from beginner thru elites for years and has seen how the practice of power lifting can help athletes become capable in many disciplines.
Today we take another look at Golf. With the mental and very precise nature of golf we felt that talking to another Golf-Pro was worth while. We were very happy with the additional concepts Shana brought to the show today.
We talked about drills to help with hitting the ball, mindset in golf, picking a good starting course, setting your practice duration and several other topics that will be usable in many (if not all) sports/skills.
Keywords: Travel, Sven Nys, Gaining Weight, strength and Off-Season
Today’s episode is a Reader/Listener Question and Answer (Q & A ) Episode.
We talk about our challenges over the last month of training, the core-routine we are each doing (and Peter is using with his clients) . We discuss a Sven Nys quote on embracing your sport and how this can help the Consummate Athlete. One of our readers has been sick and inquires about gaining weight, which let us discuss some tactics for losing/gaining that have worked for us, in research and/or for clients.
This week we explore the sport of Ultimate Frisbee. While you may not have had much exposure to this sport, especially at a professional or competitive level it is an intriquing sport that is very easy to get into as an adult with most towns/cities having co-ed leagues.
Scott Hastie a past member of Boston and Toronto teams and current coach of the Toronto Professional team joins us to tell us about the sport, why you should do it and the best ways to try it out.
Laura Powers MSC is a physiotherapist based in Collingwood Ontario. She is an avid cyclist and played varsity Volleyball so she understands what it takes to a perform at a peak level in a variety of sports.
Laura talks to us today about Pelvic Health, a general term that can refer to a few different conditions. In the fitness world incontinence during jumping activities, such as the crossfit popularized skipping double-under, running or trampolining are perhaps the most common but Pelvic Health is something that many people will need to (or should) look into at some point in their life, especially after child birth.
Keywords: parkour, certification, fitness, classes, extreme, walking, running
Adam Mcclellan talks to us about parkour. How to go to you first class, what parkour is, why it is a great sport/activity to pursue. What to expect at your first class and many more things you can use to prepare for parkour and also transfer to other sports
Travel Tips, Adventure, digital nomad, work-life,
Molly and Peter talk travel. How to eat, how to work, how to train/exercise and how to take care of yourself on the road.