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Muscle Intelligence
Muscle Intelligence
Ben Pakulski
Improving your movement patterns and performance output with Dr. Kelly Starrett
Dr. Kelly Starrett joins me on today’s episode to share his expertise about the prerequisites of movement and training, and a systems approach to improving your ranges of motion and ultimately your performance. Dr. Kelly Starrett – also known as the Supple Leopard - is a coach, physical therapist, two-time New York Times & Wall Street Journal bestselling author, speaker, and co-founder of The Ready State, the world's most comprehensive collection of guided movement, mechanics, and mobility instructional videos. To find out more about Kelly, please visit: Website: The Ready State Instagram: @thereadystate YouTube Kelly’s 10min Morning Routine: https://members.thereadystate.com/blogs/10-minute-morning-mobility-routine/ Kelly’s books: https://members.thereadystate.com/product-category/books/ Time Stamps: [0:55] – Introducing guest Kelly Starrett [2:26] – Real Mushrooms [5:50] – Kelly’s approach to mobility in bodybuilding [8:35] – Bio-motor-output [9:15] – Bookmarks around function [10:30] – Mobility and movement control [11:20] – Pain is a request from your body [12:00] – Normative ranges of motion [12:45] – How to program for mobility progress [14:35] – Determining the starting point [18:15] – Identifying patterns [19:20] – Assessment framework [24:10] – Your range of motion changes daily [26:40] – Working on density [29:30] – Flexibility, mobility, stretching? [32:00] – Language is key: You’re not in rehab, you’re training. [33:35] – Creating shapes [35:35] – Comprehensive models [36:19] – Breathing and the spine [39:40] – Lower back pain [41:10] – Kelly’s morning practice [43:13] – Foot function [49:55] – Eye tracking [53:10] – Kelly’s non-negotiables [55:25] – What are you training for? [56:50] – Kelly’s new book [1:00:07] – Find Kelly here Mentioned: Slack Block - https://www.slackbow.com Today’s Sponsor: Thank you to our sponsor Real Mushrooms for supporting our podcast and for bringing you the best quality organic mushroom extracts on the market. Real Mushrooms emphasizes the REAL, because many so-called “mushroom” products on the market don’t contain 100% mushrooms. To learn more, please visit Real Mushrooms. Code BEN at checkout gets you 30% off your first purchase, and code MUSCLE 20% off for returning customers.
1 hr 7 min
Spartan Up! - A Spartan Race for the Mind!
Spartan Up! - A Spartan Race for the Mind!
How to Build a Winning Mindset / Joe De Sena & Gene Zannetti
Training for mindset is just as important as training for strength. But how do you get started? Today Joe De Sena (founder and CEO of Spartan) talks with Gene Zannetti who created the Z-Winning Mindset program. The insights in this episode will help you start a daily mindset "workout," whether you are looking to progress as an athlete, professional, student or other areas of performance. "Everyone says our success in life is 90% mental, but then when you ask them about their preparation, they say 90% physical. I'm not a mathematician over here. But I know that's a problem." More about Gene Zannetti: A former nationally ranked, All-Ivy League wrestler, Gene Zannetti and his brother Jeff studied the best athletes, coaches, teams, and experts in the world to learn the secrets of performance success. The Zannetti brothers originally launched their venture as “Wrestling Mindset.” The company has since expanded their systematic mindset training into all sports, businesses and schools. Winning Mindset coaches have worked with thousands of athletes, teams, professionals & coaches at all levels including the Men’s & Women’s USA Olympic Team, UFC fighters, high school state champions and NCAA national champions. Today's episode of Spartan up is brought to you by The Ready State. Use the code SPARTAN10 at thereadystate.com to get a free two week trial of VMC for free, and then 10% off your membership for life after your free trial ends. This episode of Spartan Up podcast is brought to you by Headspace You deserve to feel happier, and Headspace is meditation made simple. Visit HEADSPACE.com/SPARTAN for a FREE one month trial with access to Headspace’s full library of meditations for every situation. LINKS: https://linktr.ee/zwinningmindset FOLLOW SPARTAN UP: Spartan Up on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/spartanuppodcast/ Spartan Up on Twitter https://twitter.com/SpartanUpPod CREDITS: Producer – Marion Abrams, Madmotion, llc. Host: Joe De Sena Sefra Alexandra, Johnny Waite & Colonel Nye will be back soon, we miss them! © 2021 Spartan
29 min
The B.rad Podcast
The B.rad Podcast
Brad Kearns
Dr. Al Danenberg: Beating Incurable Cancer With The Carnivore Diet And Other Routine Insights
*Get ready for an inspiring, honest, emotional, and heartfelt show with Dr. Al Danenberg.* Dr. Danenberg has been a periodontist in South Carolina for 44 years, dealing with gum and mouth disease, and appreciating the role of gut health as the centerpiece of healing and wellness. He is also one of the earliest certified Primal Health Coaches ( http://primalhealthcoach.com ) , and is considered a poster boy for ancestral living in the older age groups. However, Dr. Al’s health journey has come with some major ordeals that he will detail in this show. You’ll learn about the incredible transformation he experienced after switching to a Paleo diet at the age of 66. He explains that this total lifestyle change was actually a much needed and necessary method for healing as he walks us through the reasons that led to this change (having a stroke and later being diagnosed with cancer). He talks about watching weight drop off his body - to the point of 30-something pounds - over the course of two years, and how he was able to finally ditch the seven medications that his physicians had prescribed to him (not to mention claimed he needed to take for the rest of his life!). You’ll learn the unbelievable and inspiring story of how Dr. Al went from being diagnosed with cancer to being cancer-free. He explains his decision to say no to chemotherapy (which was insisted on by his doctor) and he clues us in on fascinating facts from many compelling studies that support the idea that a strict animal based diet, with no need for pharmaceutical drugs, is actually the most effective method of resolving chronic and cancerous health issues. Interestingly, he became intrigued by an animal based diet in early 2020 and has been following and advocating that strategy for over a year. Dr. Al does a great job of explaining the link between gut function and overall health (especially periodontal disease) and how eating an animal-based diet can help you heal from gut dysfunction that you may not even be aware of. The show ends with Dr. Al commenting on the 10 innovative health tips he himself follows to protect himself and continue to thrive. His bottom line is ultimately to put the most emphasis on having a robust immune system. Here is a great list he has generously shared of his top 10 health tips: *10 Health Tips From Dr. Al Danenberg* 1. *Eat a healthy diet:* I follow my animal-based diet, which I call the Better Belly Blueprint. It is an organic, gluten-free, nutrient-dense, anti-inflammatory eating plan. I  consume a fat-to-protein ratio measured in grams of approximately 2:1 per meal. I eat when I’m hungry and drink when I’m thirsty. I occasionally eat some plants (no more  than 10% by volume of a plate of food) that are low in phytates, oxalates, and lectins. I  also cycle out of ketosis once a week by eating approximately 100 grams of carbs for  that one day to maintain my Metabolic Flexibility. 2. *Fortify my gut and maintain an intact gut epithelial barrier:* I take 2 caps of  MegasporeBiotic (from Microbiome Labs). I also take 2 caps of TerraFlora Deep  Immune, which also stimulates the production of interferons (IFNs) as well as activates downstream immune cells to support my immune system (from Enviromedica). 3. *Support my bone:* I take 6 caps of OsteoVegan (from NuMedica), 2 caps of  Megaquinone K2-7 (from Microbiome Labs), and 5,000 IU of Vitamin D3 (from NatureWise). *4. Help repair my mitochondria:* I use PEMF (Pulsed Electromagnetic Field) Therapy  using the PureWave PEMF mat first thing in the morning for 30-minutes at setting “Basis – 1”, afternoon session for 30-minutes at setting “Basis – 5”, and at bedtime for  30-minutes at setting “Basis – 1”. *5. Assure animal-based nutrients from organs for my cells* : I take 5 caps of Desiccated  Organ Complex and 4 caps of Desiccated Bone Marrow (from Enviromedica). *6. Control pain:* I take 200 mg or 400 mg of ibuprofen rarely and only when necessary. *7. Target specific proteins involved in my cancer* : I take one human-derived  monoclonal antibody immunotherapy. Darzalex ** attacks a specific protein on the  surface of malignant plasma cells. Along with Darzalex, I am given premeds (Tylenol,  Benadryl, and Decadron) only the day of the injection to limit any side effects. *8. Help prevent colds and flu:* I use a Bee Propolis Mouth Spray 4 times a day if I feel any  “scratchiness” in my throat (from Beekeeper’s Naturals). *9. Strengthen my body:* I do arm and leg stretches daily. Based on the condition of my bones, I do modified push ups and modified squats several days a week. Also, I walk one mile outside every day, weather permitting. *10. Reduce stress:* I meditate and practice diaphragmatic breathing as well as progressive, total body muscle relaxation. *TIMESTAMPS:* Brad’s guest has an amazing story of changing his lifestyle to remedy his health problems. He’d had a stroke and was diagnosed with cancer. [02:16] Al found a place that totally changed his life: his diet, his weight, his need for medication. [07:36] Al discovered a pain in his shoulder that turned out to be diagnosed as terminal cancer! [10:32] The cancer caused many fractures. Al describes how he dealt with that. [18:35] While he was placed in hospice to die, a hurricane came and amazingly, he began to recover. [21:31] Al is suspicious that the cancer may have started all the way back in dental school. [26:07] By rejecting the idea of chemotherapy, Al needed to plan what would be his quality of life and did much research.  [29:40] Integrative medicine is the answer. Doctors could get in trouble recommending the dietary changes that helped Al. [34:04] Al’s concept of being more integrated and holistic with the understanding that he wants to have a strong immune system to heal my body as naturally as he can, not curing anything but healing the body is the essence of what he’s trying to do. [36:56] What are so few people interested in making these lifestyle changes? [38:21] You are not a believer until it hits you emotionally. [44:11] In the US population about 94 percent has some dental disease and don’t know it. [46:25] Gut health is the emerging centerpiece of preventative medicine and health. [52:36] What tips can Al give the listener who wants to turn their health around? [53:31] Even though Al is primarily on the carnivore diet, he puts in some carbs about once a week to maintain metabolic flexibility. [59:04] You need to develop alpha diversity which is the diversity of species of microbes and bacteria. [01:01:26] There is mitochondria treatment with pulse electromagnetic field therapy. [01:06:08] Al is a big fan of animal organ supplements, meditation, breathing, ridding stress. [01:13:11] Everybody needs to know there are well-documented options when you are confronted with disease. [01:15:49] *LINKS:* * Brad’s Shopping Page ( http://bradkearns.com/shop ) * Dr. Al Danenberg ( https://drdanenberg.com/ ) * Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health ( https://kripalu.org/content/find-your-center-online?gclid=Cj0KCQiAvvKBBhCXARIsACTePW-M7k2znkZMBtfREPIJifiHdYJRzqZheG-vO5WkLKSOQbbJ72l78gcaAtNYEALw_wcB ) * The Carnivore Code ( https://carnivoremd.com/book/ ) * My Better Belly Blueprint ( https://drdanenberg.com/my-better-belly-blueprint-recipes-animal-based-eating/ ) *Join Brad for more fun on:* Instagram: @bradkearns1 ( https://www.instagram.com/bradkearns1/ ) Facebook: @bradkearnsjumphigh ( https://www.facebook.com/bradkearnsjumphigh ) Twitter: @bradleykearns ( https://twitter.com/bradleykearns ) YouTube: @BradKearns ( https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4XXEoULD0AiiuPHdRw-Efg ) We appreciate all feedback, and questions for Q&A shows, emailed to getoveryourselfpodcast@gmail.com. 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1 hr 20 min
Rhonda Patrick, Ph.D.
Dr. Roger Seheult from MedCram on COVID-19 Vaccines, Vitamin D, and Heat Hydrotherapy
Dr. Roger Seheult is the co-creator of MedCram Videos. In the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, MedCram emerged as a beacon of insight, providing continuing coverage and perspectives in an environment almost defined by information scarcity. What particularly excited me about the unique opportunity of this interview is that apart from Dr. Seheult being a unique voice of public scholarship during the early days of the pandemic, he's also a quadruple board-certified pulmonologist with deep experience working on the frontline of the COVID-19 pandemic. In other words, when it comes to COVID-19 for Dr. Seheult... it's personal. He has worked tirelessly not just to help people find their way back to wellness as a critical care provider, but he broadcasts the insights he has gained realtime to the 1 million subscribers listening to his medical lecture platform he co-founded with physician assistant Kyle Allred. Listen to this episode to hear Dr. Seheult's thoughts on: * 00:06:20 - How MedCram Videos got started and the future of medical education from Dr. Seheult's standpoint. * 00:09:37 - What to do when life is on the line and the usual hierarchy of evidence doesn't exist, as in early emergency COVID-19 treatment. * 00:12:46 - The crucial differences in treating early vs. late-stage COVID-19 illness. * 00:14:40 - How doctors would've treated COVID-19 one-hundred years ago. * 00:18:13 - How increasing ventilation may powerfully impact COVID-19 disease transmission and why airplanes have surprisingly little disease transmission. * 00:20:28 - How masks are virtually universally beneficial in the pandemic regardless of type. * 00:21:32 - Vitamin D and COVID-19 * 00:22:22 - How the steroid chemical structure of vitamin D confers qualities on vitamin D that other vitamins ("vital amines") do not possess, such as membrane permeability that provides access to the nucleus and broad gene regulatory effects mediated by a specialized vitamin D receptor element. * 00:23:24 - How calcium homeostasis, which was the early and exclusive focus for scientists and doctors that were trying to determine the ideal vitamin D levels, may have caused the RDA to be set too low since we now know vitamin D regulates around 5% of the protein-encoding genome and have much broader effects. * 00:24:23 - How the hormonal role of vitamin D confers on it properties more similar to other hormones like testosterone and cortisol rather than those of ordinary vitamins. * 00:26:21 - The surprising level of overlap between COVID-19 positivity and groups most affected by vitamin D deficiency and the surprise finding of how less than 50 ng/mL blood levels of vitamin D associated with greater likelihood of SARS-CoV-2 positivity in the hospital. * 00:30:27 - How scientists are able to interrogate the effects of low vitamin D levels through genetic research, a type of study known as mendellian randomization. * 00:34:20 - The gene regulatory effects of vitamin D and the implications for the scale of its biological impact. * 00:35:49 - How Vitamin D's ACE2/renin-angiontensin-promoting effects may be mechanistically involved in the effects observed in vitamin D COVID-19 studies. * 00:42:00 - Why ameliorating vitamin D deficiency in one large monthly bolus might be less effective than daily or weekly doses. * 00:43:23 - How a prescription-only form of vitamin D known as Calcifediol might have an advantage in acute care for COVID-19. * 00:47:06 - Why skin synthesis of vitamin D from UV B radiation can be extraordinarily unreliable when compared to supplementation. * 00:53:43 - What the safest dose range for vitamin D is that should also address deficiency in most populations. * 01:06:15 - The beneficial circadian effect of early morning sunlight. * 01:07:38 - How sleep deprivation is meaningfully implicated in profound and immediate impairment of viral immunity. * 01:12:08 - Dr. Seheult's suggestions for how to achieve the highest quality of sleep. * 01:19:18 - How a century old sanitarium technique used during the Spanish flu era massively boosts interferon by up to ten-times using heat exposure. * 01:22:38 - How genetic and antibody-induced failures of the interferon system underpin up to 14% of all severe cases of COVID-19 and why interferon is so vitally important for viral response. * 01:26:43 - Why treating the symptoms of fever during the spanish flu turned out to not be a good idea, immunologically speaking. * 01:31:58 - Dr. Seheult's on-going research into using hot hydrotherapy as a viral immunity booster. * 01:47:00 - COVID-19 Vaccines Here's some web pages related to the show and this episode that we think you should check out... You can access the show's notes, timeline, and transcript here. Try out a preview of our premium podcast The Aliquot Preview. Learn about FoundMyFitness premium membership and our twice-per-month science news updates we send out just to members called the Science Digest.
2 hr 6 min
Barbell Logic
Barbell Logic
Barbell Logic
S10Ep2 - Leadership & Resilience (The Military Series)
Matt talks to Colonel Scott Conway--this time about leadership and resilience, and how strength training--and physical training in general--can make people better leaders, managers, and parents and help them better face difficult situations and events. Scott discusses his early experience through the Marine Corps’ schools to screen and develop officers--Marines given the rank and position and authority to lead and command other Marines. He also discusses returning to some of these as a leader, evaluating and helping shape leaders. Officer and leader development pushes officer candidates to adapt in stressful, difficult situations. The candidates will fail and make mistakes. They ultimately have to prove up to the task of leadership in duress while falling short of making the “perfect” decisions. You have to learn, you have to keep pushing forward and take the burden and run with it. As an instructor--something that seems easier often--you must be constantly “on,” because the candidates are looking to you as the example while also--despite their inexperience--being able to identify when the instructors are falling short of their espoused ideals--the Marine Corps’ standards. Ultimately, as leaders, and employees, and managers, as parents--as human beings--we should become wiser as we experience more and reflect and learn from our experience--success and failures. Despite this, we can’t rely on our past successes or our resume. In whatever position we find ourselves, we ultimately get evaluated by what we offer now. The experience of being a junior officer is in some senses both unique but also relatable to leaders in many situations. You’re new to the military, yet entrusted with authority and rank. You have to make decisions and lead, but you also have to learn and rely on the experience and recommendations of those around you. You have to accept the responsibility of leadership put on you, but you can’t let it go to your head. You likely feel like an imposter as your experience and authority seem at odds, but you can’t be racked by doubt. Many people can relate to suddenly being thrust with power and responsibility and authority--parenting anyone--and not feeling up to the task. People experience being new to a job and feeling like they’re not prepared, yet they have to ultimately go forward and do the job. Scott shares the experience of falling short of his own expectations for himself as a junior Marine officer. He did not fail the test, but he knew he could do better. He ran often and far to overcome this. Eventually, he found CrossFit, but CrossFit was painful. Finding strength--as a senior Marine--restoked the fire of fitness while lessening the pain and stress of running and CrossFit. Finally, Scott & Matt commiserate about their shared experience of being “exceptionally mediocre” and “painfully average” as athletes. The views expressed do not necessarily represent the Department of Defense or the US government. GET STARTED with one-on-one online coaching FOR FREE! Get your FIRST MONTH FREE on all strength and nutrition coaching plans. No discount code needed and includes a 10-day, no obligation trial. https://bit.ly/2MKeOoh Special offers from BLOC and our partners: https://barbell-logic.com/offers/ Connect with the hosts * Matt on Instagram * Niki on Instagram Connect with the show * Barbell Logic on Instagram * The Website * Barbell Logic on Facebook * podcast@barbell-logic.com
1 hr 4 min
The Over 40 Alpha Podcast
The Over 40 Alpha Podcast
Funk Roberts
Episode 59 - 5 Simple Tips To Start Your Self-Love Journey Today!
If there’s one thing an alpha male needs to realize, it’s that you cannot pour from an empty cup. You need to have your cup overflowing before you can become the generous provider, filling your family’s and community's needs. This is why self-love is so important. If there’s so much love within you, you won’t deprive yourself of a much-needed rest just so you can perform your duties better. You won’t wallow in despair and get held back by the smallest setbacks. Love, when it comes from within, gives you the strength to battle through all the obstacles that are keeping you from becoming the best version of yourself. Discover the ways you can love yourself better. “Endure the journey, whatever it is. That’s the story you will be telling your kids someday. How you’re able to do what you’re doing and the hour that took you there.” — Funk Roberts In This Episode: - Self-love - what it is and what it is NOT! Why it’s important for men in their 40s, 50s, 60s to go into the journey of reconnecting to one’s self. - How self-love can help you battle all the external forces that don’t bring goodness into your life. - The role of testosterone when it comes to all those feelings of self-deprecation, loss of confidence, and depression. - 5 simple ways you can exercise self-love and be kinder to yourself, right NOW! - Why some things don’t happen despite putting in all your effort and the best approach you can take to win over your disappointments. - The most important thing about self-love that can strip away all fears - fear of the future, fear of failure, and the fear of making mistakes. Resources: - Join over 5000 men in the Over 40 Alpha Workout and Nutrition Program for just $1 Connect with Funk Roberts: - Website - https://www.over40alpha.com - Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/funkrobertsfitness/ - Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/funkrobertsfitness/ - Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/c/FunkRoberts
1 hr 5 min
Nourish Balance Thrive
Nourish Balance Thrive
Christopher Kelly
Omega-3 Fatty Acids: The Best Sources, Benefits, and How To Get Enough
It would be hard to find any health practitioner - traditional, functional, or otherwise - who doesn’t acknowledge the importance of consuming omega-3 fatty acids. Supplements in the form of fish oil or krill oil are widely recommended and consumed, and come with claims of cardiovascular disease prevention, cognitive benefits, and anti-inflammatory properties. But is it really a good idea to get your omega-3s in a gel cap rather than from food? And do they really do everything the media would have you believe? On this podcast, NBT Scientific Director Megan Hall and I discuss omega-3 fatty acids: what they are, what they’re good for, and the best ways to get them. Megan outlines the different types of omega-3 and explains why some are better than others. She also explains why some health claims are overblown, and why buying fish oil supplements may not be the best health strategy. Be sure to follow along with Megan’s outline for this podcast.  Here’s the outline of this interview with Megan Hall: [00:04:30] Blood flow restriction (BFR) training; Podcast: Blood Flow Restriction Training for Improved Strength, Performance, and Healthspan with Dr Jim Stray-Gundersen MD. [00:04:51] Podcast: Wired to Run: Why Your Brain Needs Exercise, David Raichlen. [00:05:41] What are omega-3 fatty acids? [00:06:31] Picture of omega-3 fatty acids. [00:08:40] Finding omega-3s in the diet; Review: Saini, Ramesh Kumar, and Young-Soo Keum. "Omega-3 and omega-6 polyunsaturated fatty acids: Dietary sources, metabolism, and significance—A review." Life sciences 203 (2018): 255-267. [00:09:16] Poor conversion from ALA to EPA/DHA: Gerster, Helga. "Can adults adequately convert a-linolenic acid (18: 3n-3) to eicosapentaenoic acid (20: 5n-3) and docosahexaenoic acid (22: 6n-3)?." International journal for vitamin and nutrition research 68.3 (1998): 159-173. [00:10:56] Why EPA and DHA are important. [00:11:38] Conditions associated with inadequate omega-3 intake. [00:12:02] Whole foods vs. supplements; other micronutrients. [00:12:42] Krill oil vs. fish oil; Studies: 1. Ulven, Stine M., et al. "Metabolic effects of krill oil are essentially similar to those of fish oil but at lower dose of EPA and DHA, in healthy volunteers." Lipids 46.1 (2011): 37-46. 2. Schuchardt, Jan Philipp, et al. "Incorporation of EPA and DHA into plasma phospholipids in response to different omega-3 fatty acid formulations-a comparative bioavailability study of fish oil vs. krill oil." Lipids in health and disease 10.1 (2011): 1-7. 3. Maki, Kevin C., et al. "Krill oil supplementation increases plasma concentrations of eicosapentaenoic and docosahexaenoic acids in overweight and obese men and women." Nutrition research 29.9 (2009): 609-615. 4. Mödinger, Yvonne, et al. "Plasma kinetics of choline and choline metabolites after a single dose of SuperbaBoostTM krill oil or choline bitartrate in healthy volunteers." Nutrients 11.10 (2019): 2548. [00:16:59] Megan's outline for this podcast. [00:18:21] Algae-based omega-3 supplements. [00:19:40] Omega 6:3 ratio; Paper: Simopoulos, Artemis P. "The importance of the ratio of omega-6/omega-3 essential fatty acids." Biomedicine & pharmacotherapy 56.8 (2002): 365-379. [00:25:54] Should we be supplementing with grams of fish oil? Studies: 1. De Magalhães, João Pedro, et al. "Fish oil supplements, longevity and aging." Aging (Albany NY) 8.8 (2016): 1578. 2. Strong, Randy, et al. "Longer lifespan in male mice treated with a weakly estrogenic agonist, an antioxidant, an α‐glucosidase inhibitor or a Nrf2‐inducer." Aging cell 15.5 (2016): 872-884. 3. López-Domínguez, José A., et al. "The influence of dietary fat source on life span in calorie restricted mice." Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biomedical Sciences and Medical Sciences 70.10 (2015): 1181-1188. [00:27:42] No support for omega-3 (fish oil) in the prevention of cardiovascular disease; Meta-analysis: Aung, Theingi, et al. "Associations of omega-3 fatty acid supplement use with cardiovascular disease risks: meta-analysis of 10 trials involving 77 917 individuals." JAMA cardiology 3.3 (2018): 225-233. [00:29:12] Signs you're supplementing too much fish oil. [00:30:26] Podcast: How Oxidative Stress Impacts Performance and Healthspan [00:30:43] Elevated blood glucose omega-3 supplementation; Study: Friday, Karen E., et al. "Elevated plasma glucose and lowered triglyceride levels from omega-3 fatty acid supplementation in type II diabetes." Diabetes care 12.4 (1989): 276-281. [00:31:01] Immunosuppressive effects of supplementing omega-3s: Fenton, Jenifer I., et al. "Immunomodulation by dietary long chain omega-3 fatty acids and the potential for adverse health outcomes." Prostaglandins, Leukotrienes and Essential Fatty Acids 89.6 (2013): 379-390. [00:34:17] Stages of life when omega-3s are especially important. [00:34:48] Specialized pro-resolving mediators; STEM Talk podcast episode: David LeMay Talks About Countering Inflammation with SPMS. [00:35:31] DHA to mitigate traumatic brain injury; Study: Bailes, Julian E., and Vimal Patel. "The potential for DHA to mitigate mild traumatic brain injury." Military medicine 179.suppl_11 (2014): 112-116. [00:35:45] DHA for cognitive function and aging; Study: Weiser, Michael J., Christopher M. Butt, and M. Hasan Mohajeri. "Docosahexaenoic acid and cognition throughout the lifespan." Nutrients 8.2 (2016): 99. [00:37:20] omega-3s for athletic performance; Review: Gammone, Maria Alessandra, et al. "Omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids: benefits and endpoints in sport." Nutrients 11.1 (2019): 46. [00:38:54] omega-3s during pregnancy; Studies: Greenberg, James A., Stacey J. Bell, and Wendy Van Ausdal. "Omega-3 fatty acid supplementation during pregnancy." Reviews in obstetrics and Gynecology 1.4 (2008): 162; 2. Braarud, Hanne Cecilie, et al. "Maternal DHA status during pregnancy has a positive impact on infant problem solving: a Norwegian prospective observation study." Nutrients 10.5 (2018): 529. [00:39:44] Excess omega-3 consumption during pregnancy could be detrimental to offspring; Study: Church, M. W., et al. "Excess omega-3 fatty acid consumption by mothers during pregnancy and lactation caused shorter life span and abnormal ABRs in old adult offspring." Neurotoxicology and teratology 32.2 (2010): 171-181. [00:40:12] Testing: The Omega Index test; Framingham Heart Study: Harris, William S., et al. "Erythrocyte long-chain omega-3 fatty acid levels are inversely associated with mortality and with incident cardiovascular disease: The Framingham Heart Study." Journal of clinical lipidology 12.3 (2018): 718-727. [00:42:34] Bottom line: More may not be better. [00:43:09] SMASH fish - sardines, mackerel, anchovies, salmon, herring (also black cod), 3-4x/week. [00:49:30] Schedule a free 15 min call with Megan.
52 min
The Back Pain Podcast
The Back Pain Podcast
Rob Beaven & Dave Elliott
Long Covid - Dr Deepak Ravindran
Long Covid is a term that’s been adopted by those who have been struggling with a variety of symptoms having had an accurate Covid episode and is currently estimated to be experienced by 10% of the population. Dr Deepak Ravindran explains what Long Covid is, the ways it is being treated and the preventative measures that can be taken. Calming and supporting the immune system means re-evaluating your diet and assessing your levels of well-being to bring balance and in this episode packed with content you can find out how to get started.   KEY TAKEAWAYS People can suffer from fluctuating symptoms and fatigue is a common presentation. In the short term (3-6months) respiratory symptoms, cardiac symptoms, neurological symptoms and ENT symptoms are seen. Beyond this period fatigue, pain and psychical issues become dominant. There is a hyperactivity of the immune system and that activation seems to be something the body can’t control. On most occasions, the immune system achieves an equilibrium. There are a group of people whose immune systems don’t achieve the balance it stays overactive. Health in-equalities do seem to play a role along with social in-equalities in long Covid Currently, it’s estimated that 10% of the population are at risk of long Covid Preventative measures include good hydration, adequate levels of vitamin D and including zinc and selenium in your diet. Evaluating your diet and assessing your levels of well-being are proactive steps that can be implemented. Sleep and physical activity along with mindful activities all support the immune system and calming it down.   BEST MOMENTS ‘It is the exuberant immune system and the chemicals that it releases that are likely to cause damage’ ‘Calming and reinforcing our immune systems is key’ ‘You can bring a level of balance to your immune system through the actions and activities you undertake’   VALUABLE RESOURCES The Back Pain Podcast The Back Pain Podcast recommended products affiliate link Dr Deepak Ravindran Twitter This is the powerful approach of The Pain-Free Mindset, where NHS pain consultant Dr Ravindran brings his 20 years of experience to offer you an effective set of techniques that will help you take back control and overcome your pain - https://amzn.to/2Zfp239 Book an appointment  to see Dr Deepak Ravindran  https://www.berkshirepainclinic.co.uk/dr-deepak-ravindran.html https://getbetteronline.co.uk/experts/dr-deepak-ravindran/ ABOUT THE HOSTS Dave Elliot Dave is the owner of Advanced Chiropractic, a chain of Chiropractic and massage therapy clinics in Essex, UK. Dave still sees patients during the week but has been working hard to talk to as many experts in the field of back pain as possible to help distil all the information and bring it to you in this awesome podcast. You can find Dave on any of the Advanced Chiropractic social media platforms, or you can contact him at hello@thebackpainpodcast.com if you have any questions for him. -Instagram   Rob Beaven Rob owns and runs a multidisciplinary clinic, The Dyer St Clinic in Cirencester Gloucestershire. His team of Chiropractors, Physiotherapists, Osteopaths, Doctors and podiatrists all collaborate on thousands of back pain patients every year. Alongside Dave, he has worked hard to bring to the table experts across all industries to give you the low down on back pain, with steps you can implement today to start feeling better. -Instagram -Twitter   CONTACT METHOD Instagram Twitter Facebook hello@thebackpainpodcast.com                                Support the show: https://thebackpainpodcast.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
1 hr 3 min
Physio Edge podcast
Physio Edge podcast
David Pope
110. Eccentric exercises for subacromial shoulder pain? Physio Edge Shoulder success podcast with Jo Gibson
Are eccentric exercises useful in subacromial shoulder pain rehab? When shoulder pain rehab has stalled, and patients aren’t improving, will eccentric exercises help? Are eccentric exercises the missing component in successful rehab programs for recalcitrant shoulder pain? Find out in this discussion with Jo Gibson (Clinical Physiotherapy Specialist). Also discover: * Should eccentric exercises be included in shoulder rehab programs? * What does the research reveal about eccentric shoulder exercises? * How can the research be applied and adapted clinically with shoulder pain patients? * If eccentric exercises are helpful, which exercises should patients use? * When and how often should eccentric exercises be performed? * Are eccentric exercises helpful in acute shoulder pain? * How long does shoulder pain normally take to recover from? * How can gym programs be adapted to allow shoulder pain to recover while patients continue training or exercising? * How many exercises should be included in shoulder pain rehab programs? Get free access to the stiff shoulder & acute shoulder pain assessment & diagnosis video series with Jo Gibson at clinicaledge.co/shoulder Links associated with this episode: * Accurately assess, diagnose & treat stiff shoulders, including frozen shoulder, with this free videos series from Jo Gibson (Clinical Physiotherapy Specialist) * Improve your acute shoulder pain diagnosis with 3 free videos from Jo Gibson * Improve your confidence and clinical reasoning with a free trial Clinical Edge membership * Join Jo Gibson live on Facebook & ask your shoulder related questions every Monday * Download and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes * Download the podcast now using the best podcast app currently in existence - Overcast * Listen to the podcast on Spotify * Jo Gibson on Twitter * Let David know what you liked about this podcast on Twitter * Review the podcast on iTunes * Infographics by Clinical Edge
38 min
Just Fly Performance Podcast
Just Fly Performance Podcast
Joel Smith, Just-Fly-Sports.com
243: Jeremy Frisch and Calin Butterfield on Advancing Complexity in Plyometrics, Jump Training Concepts, and Athletic Lessons from Downhill Racing Sports
Today’s show features Jeremy Frisch and Calin Butterfield.  Jeremy is the owner and director of Achieve Performance Training in Clinton, Mass, has been a multi-time guest on the show with all-things youth and creative training, game-play and long-term development.  Jeremy is not only a strength coach, but also has skin in the game as a youth sports coach, and provides an incredible holistic perspective on the entire umbrella of athletic development.  Calin Butterfield is the high performance manager at U.S. Ski & Snowboard.  He worked for EXOS for about 8 years as a Coach across all different spaces including Phoenix, Dallas, SF at Ft. Bragg, Adidas America, and the Mayo Clinic.  Calin and Jeremy are working together now on concepts related to long term development of ski and snowboard athletes. So often, we have our “standard plyometric battery” in performance training, but we cling to these fundamentals hard when we would be served well to be observing jump training and movement in a variety of mediums to create ideas for our plyometric progression.  Studying athletes in sports that demand fast reactions, impactful landings, high risk, and rewards for creativity have a lot to offer when it comes to looking at our own training designs for the athletes we serve. Together, Jeremy and Calin will talk about their collaboration together with skiing, the use and progression of games with young athletes up to college level, plyometric progressions and advancing complexity, and how the natural warmup process in ski and snowboard (terrain park) can give us ideas that we can port over into how we can prepare athletes for sport.  There is a lot of great information in this podcast that can be useful for sport coaches, strength coaches and skiiers alike. Today’s episode is brought to you by SimpliFaster. View more podcast episodes at the podcast homepage. Timestamps and Main Points 05:25 – The background of Calin and Jeremy’s careers and collaboration 08:30 – How does gameplay fit into a sport like skiing? 16:42 – When people tend to peak in skiing and snowboarding and how this fits into proportion of game play at different ages 24:18 – The power in connecting to the outcome and having multiple avenues to get to that outcome 27:02 – Attrition from training + creating enjoyable training experiences for kids 36:48 – How autonomy and feedback in the warm-up process changes as athletes get older and the reality of “perfect landings” in plyometric exercise 41:52 – The relationship between landing variability and chronic sport landing overload 45:57 – Reducing training down to information + plyometrics and progressions in skiing and snowboarding 48:03 – Long-term development in skiing and supplementing with traditional land-based training 52:37 – What it looks like to build an athlete up in high-adrenaline sport training 55:22 – How the aerial nature of skiing and snowboarding have an impact on Jeremy and Calin in their training process “[Skiing is] an early engagement sport, technically, like there’s skills that you have to learn from a sliding perspective, but that oftentimes turns into really early specialization and spending too much time skiing.” “The mentality of most of the athletes that make it to a high level in ski racing or free skiing… is intense, it’s almost like dare devil, formula one… The game aspect and how it translates into sport, I think, is very much on the physical side. I think the mental side is completely unique.” “What we try to do… is really just force environments that get them to explore their bodies, their joints, how to maneuver around certain objects or other people, and really just try to get the out of their comfort zone and using games, it’s a lot more fun for them.” “We so underestimate the difference between a child and an adult and keeping people in flow states. I just think that’s such a mistake that’s proliferated.”
1 hr 1 min
Mark Bell's Power Project
Mark Bell's Power Project
Mark Bell
Mark Bell's Meathead Clubhouse Ep. 01 - Fasting Mimicking Diet
What's up fellow Meatheads? Today we have a great conversation talking all about the Fasting Mimicking Diet, Mark's 5 Day fast and getting into deep conversation with some of our friends on Clubhouse. Look for more of these to come! Subscribe to the NEW Power Project Newsletter! ➢ https://bit.ly/2JvmXMb Subscribe to the Podcast on on Platforms! ➢ https://lnk.to/PowerProjectPodcast Special perks for our listeners below! ➢LMNT Electrolytes: http://drinklmnt.com/powerproject ➢Piedmontese Beef: https://www.piedmontese.com/ Use Code "POWERPROJECT" at checkout for 25% off your order plus FREE 2-Day Shipping on orders of $99 ➢Sling Shot: https://markbellslingshot.com/ Enter Discount code, "POWERPROJECT" at checkout and receive 15% off all Sling Shots Follow Mark Bell's Power Project Podcast ➢ Insta: https://www.instagram.com/markbellspowerproject ➢ https://www.facebook.com/markbellspowerproject ➢ Twitter: https://twitter.com/mbpowerproject ➢ LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/powerproject/ ➢ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/markbellspowerproject ➢TikTok: http://bit.ly/pptiktok FOLLOW Mark Bell ➢ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/marksmellybell ➢ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MarkBellSuperTraining ➢ Twitter: https://twitter.com/marksmellybell ➢ Snapchat: marksmellybell ➢Mark Bell's Daily Workouts, Nutrition and More: https://www.markbell.com/ Follow Nsima Inyang ➢ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nsimainyang/ Podcast Produced by Andrew Zaragoza ➢ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iamandrewz #PowerProject #Meatheadclubhouse #MarkBell
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