Episode 18: Backs don't wear out with everyday loading. Fact 8 with Dr JP Caneiro, PhD.
Play • 1 hr 7 min

It's common to believe that movement, loading and bending causes 'wear & tear' of the spine - especially if it's painful. But that belief hugely undermines our body's capacity to adapt. Learn more about fact 8 from the 10 facts every person should know about low back pain scientific paper with co-author's Dr JP Caneiro and Kevin Wernli. *Apologies for the scratchy audio, we'll aim to rectify it in future recordings* Show notes available at https://www.bodylogic.physio/podcast Twitter handles @EBPPodcast @PeteOSullivanPT @JPCaneiro @KWernliPhysio *Peter O’Sullivan and JP Caneiro were awarded specialisation by the Australian College of Physiotherapists in 2005 and 2013 respectively. Theme music by Fervun and Cash. For educational purposes only. Produced by Kevin Wernli
Get Lean Eat Clean
Get Lean Eat Clean
Brian Gryn
Episode 17 - Crash Course in Reading Labels
Here is a crash course on what to look for so you are prepared for your next store visit!! In a perfect world, we would all buy foods without labels (i.e. fresh organic veggies, fruits, wild fish, poultry and grass fed meats) but I know this is unrealistic for most people. *So I came up with some QUICK TIPS to help you be an expert LABEL READER :)* * *Ingredients on labels are listed from highest to lowest quantity* * If the first ingredient is brown rice syrup put it back * *Look for SMALL ingredient lists (6 or less is ideal :)* * *If you can't pronounce an ingredient put it back on the shelf* * For example - say this ten times - BUTYLATED HYDROXYANISOLE or BHT used as a preservative in cereals, potato chips and chewing gum but the Health and Human Services pegged them as known carcinogens! * *Be aware of SUGAR and all it's different names!* (i.e. malt syrup, corn syrup, brown rice syrup, barley malt, cane juice, fruit juice concentrate, maple syrup and on and on....) These aliases attempt to conceal the presence of large amounts of added sugars. * 5 grams of sugar or less is a good baseline * *Stay away from FAT FREE foods because they typically have a high sugar content and often contain artificial ingredients* * Add some healthy fats into your diet such as grass fed butter, olive oil, MCT oil and coconut oil * *Organic and/or gluten-free foods does not mean it is automatically healthy for you.* * Rice flour, potato flour, cornstarch, and tapioca starch all cause spikes in blood sugar/insulin levels which encourages fat deposition. * *Watch for certain artificial sweeteners* * *Avoid* - Aspartame (in NutraSweet or Equal), Sucralose, or Acesulfam-K and Saccharin (branded as Sweet n Low) * *Use only in moderation* - Whey Low and Sugar Alcohols * *Best choice* - Raw Honey, Coconut Sugar and Stevia Leaf or Stevia drops * *Limit high sodium canned, and processed foods.* Although, it is important to have a healthy amount of salt to maintain the right balance of fluids in your body. * Adding a bit of Celtic Sea salt to your meal or water is your best alternative. * *Avoid Veggie Oils* - such as canola, soybean, corn, sunflower, peanut and safflower oil. * These veggie oils are heated at unnaturally high temps and become oxidized which can lead to inflammation and damage the cells of your body when consumed. Now take these tips and apply them to your everyday life! *But remember the best foods are the ones that don't require a label!* *Links:* *Watch Get Lean Eat Clean podcast video episodes on YouTube!* ( https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdFaz_7CwhxODZJXrpcFTcQ ) https://www.21dayfastingchallenge.com/ X3 Bar: Variable Resistance Technology allows for a full body workout in only 10 minutes! ( https://www.anrdoezrs.net/click-100286468-13650338 ) Use discount code "Save50" for $50 off your purchase! | Listen to the Get Lean Eat Clean Podcast | ►iTunes | https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/get-lean-eat-clean/id1540391210 ►Spotify | https://open.spotify.com/show/0QmJzYZsdV6tUNbDxaPJjS | Connect with Brian | ►Website | https://www.briangryn.com ( https://briangryn.com/ ) ►Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/bdgryn ( https://www.instagram.com/bdgryn/ ) ►Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/getleanandeatclean ►Twitter | https://twitter.com/grynnerwinner
8 min
Karl Morris - The Brainbooster
Karl Morris - The Brainbooster
Karl Morris
Michel Put – The Moment of Truth #159
Today we are joined on the Brain Booster by Certified Mind Factor coach Michel Put (50) is a PGA Golf professional, certified Mindfactor coach, entrepreneur, golfer, guide and organizer of various music events near Amsterdam. As a coach, he has been looking for the Holy Grail in golf instruction for over a quarter of a century. How to make golfers more consistent. Achieving more joy and happiness in their game. In 2015 he came into contact with a concept that turned out to contain this holy grail. A concept with which everything that is complicated can be simplified. MOT, Moment Of Truth, since 2019 transformed into: True Groove | Het Nieuwe Golfen….The new way to play golf.. Unfortunately, as a cross thinker he was also denounced, mocked and even banned from the sports world. And the more he stood for his philosophy, the more he appeared to stand for it alone. Yet he also managed to find his way there. Because he says; "If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change." Recently his company teamed up with Cobra/Puma golf. The concept of ONE Length golf clubs completes the philosophy of the method of True Groove | Het Nieuwe Golfen. And fits perfectly with our core values: innovative, fun, liberating and rebellious. In this podcast When the light bulb was invented in 1878, the world was turned upside down. Candle manufacturers were angry, and many consumers were skeptical. In this podcast I am going to talk to Michel Put. Someone who comes up with a similar story some 140 years later. Together with Joost Steenkamer, colleague professional and Dutch Golf Federation talent coach, he developed a new way of playing golf. And this time too the world is turned upside down. And this time too, people are angry. What did the gentlemen discover? Listen to Michel's remarkable story and learn how to get more joy in your golf and in your life. You will also learn in this podcast: * The components of Deep Practice. * Why you should make training more difficult than reality * How to accelerate your learning process ten times faster/Myeline * Why you don't see what you don't know Got excited and want to know more about True Groove? Feel free to contact Michel! mobile 0031652476419 info@true-groove.com www.true-groove.com To become a CERTIFIED Mind Factor Mindfulness Practitioner you can take action and sign up NOW! Go to https://themindfactor.net/product/mind-factor-mindfulness-practitioner-certification/
48 min
Just Fly Performance Podcast
Just Fly Performance Podcast
Joel Smith, Just-Fly-Sports.com
237: Patrick Coyne on Holistically Challenging Athletes, Evolved Speed Training, and the Art of Sports Performance “From the Heart”
Our guest today is Pat Coyne, coach and owner of Black Sheep Performance in Cincinnati, Ohio.  Pat started helping clients of all levels reach their fullest potential after his career as a 4-star high school football recruit ended in college due to injury.  Pat started Black Sheep Performance in 2018 on the side of a house in Cincinnati, OH. Within 3 years BSP organically outgrew itself, working from renting gym space, to a barn, to a state of the art 11,000 sq. foot training facility. Pat has mentored under some of the top coaches in the nation, is a progressive thinker, and gets great results with his clients in his fast-growing business.  When I moved back to Ohio in July, I connected with Pat shortly thereafter and have gotten several training sessions and conversations in with him since then.  Pat has a training style that fuses many of the elements I consider essential: A great environment, room for exploration/creativity, competition and reaction, as well as an integration of modern speed training methods, such as those taught by multi-time podcast guest, Adarian Barr. As such, it was only a matter of time until Pat and I sat down together and recorded a podcast.  Two of the big things that Pat and I are both passionate about are being life-long learners and then looking at (and experiencing) the holistic effects of things like the training environment, athlete autonomy/creativity, and the effects of music, rhythm and reactions on performance.  On this podcast, Pat and I go into his background as an athlete and coach, his thoughts on structured vs. unstructured/open training, his progressions on speed training, rhythm, timing, how he challenges athletes on a holistic level, and some deeper discussion on the evolution of the human/sports performance industry. Today’s episode is brought to you by SimpliFaster and Lost Empire Herbs. View more podcast episodes at the podcast homepage. Head to www.lostempireherbs.com/justfly for 15% off of your purchase! Timestamps and Main Points 5:30 Pat’s medieval gear in his gym, as well as his background as a top-ranked high school quarterback, and his transition into strength and conditioning 11:15 What Pat believes held him back from being successful on the college level after being very successful (and physically fit and gifted) in high school, and what he would tell his younger self from his place now as a coach 16:00 How Pat uses games and a holistic approach to connect dots in his training programs/process 27:40 Ideas on how structured versus unstructured training, as well as the importance of being in the moment without expectations, in the training setting 46:50 How Pat’s speed training process has changed over his years as a coach 54:15 A chat on rhythm and timing in coaching speed and athletic movement, as well as using musical beats to time up various training movements 1:04.00 What Pat sees as the evolving purpose of the profession of a strength coach and the deeper purposes of training and coaching in the physical realm 1:14.15 Three things that go into Pat’s mind before each training session that tell him “this is what will make a great session” “(To my younger self) I would go and spend time doing everything that I didn’t want to do” “You have these training sessions which are comfortable and build people up, and it’s very ego driven to where you have your athletes feeling to where they crushed the day, and there is truth in that.  But.. how uncomfortable did you make your athletes in a healthy way, in a safe environment, to where they could fail, to where you could see how resilient that athlete is becoming” “I want to see the full human being first, then we can smack the weights” “I feel like you make the most progress when you are having fun… why does a kid make progress so fast.  Why do we throw that out when we are working with a pro athlete?” “They may have got their asses kicked,
1 hr 21 min
The B.rad Podcast
The B.rad Podcast
Brad Kearns
Chris Kelly: Exploring Evolutionary Disconnects in WEIRD Modern Life
*Get ready for a journey into our ancestral past! Today, I’m talking to Chris Kelly about the way we bond and socialize as humans and our genetic expectations for health. In this episode, you’ll finally learn the real truth about how our modern living arrangements (such as the monogamous, nuclear family) has a widespread effect on all areas of our lives.* As you may already know, modern life is WEIRD and disconnected from our genetic expectations for health and our ancestral experience. WEIRD is actually an acronym for Westernized, Educated, Industrialized, Rich, and Democratic. Society, as we know in the WEIRD world, is a wholly modern construct that is a product of religious dogma and heavy handedness dating back to the Middle Ages more so than a sophisticated way to live our best life as humans. But Chris is committed to going deeper and deeper to address these disconnects. As the founder of NourishBalanceThrive.com, a comprehensive health testing and consulting program, he has delved deep into the world of healthy eating, exercise, and stress management to optimize health. In this show, Chris turns his attention to our cultural norms that are actually a disconnect from our deepest biological human drives. Namely the monogamous nuclear family; the white picket fence phenomenon. Chris and his family are performing an experiment in 2020 by cohabiting with another family in the name of CO PARENTING and community child rearing. He’s stopping short of the recently popular trend of open relationships, but we definitely address the matter in the show; both males and females are wired to mate with multiple partners in the name of our deepest and most primitive biological draft of passing our genes onto the next generation. You’ll be fascinated by Chris’s quick mind and endless curiosity, as he shares fascinating stories and research that he has come across through his work. Chris talks about the true cost of loneliness, and reveals a very scary fact: “Being lonely is as dangerous as smoking 15 cigarettes a day.” Chris is truly a deep thinker, and he dispenses many thought-provoking insights and questions throughout this episode, and also provides a comprehensive reading list for you to dig deeper into this fascinating subject! Enjoy listening to the unique and incredibly well-informed perspective Chris has to offer, and check out the Nourish Balance Thrive podcast here ( https://nourishbalancethrive.com/podcasts/ ) ! *TIMESTAMPS:* From diet and exercise, in this podcast, we are looking into the way we bond and socialize. [01:25] Chris talks about how discovering ancestral health stuff changed his life. [04:31] Are we too obsessed with delivering this message about ancestral health? [08:06] We live in a WEIRD (Western, Educated, Industrialized, Rich, and Democratic) society that colors our outlook on our world. [09:06] One can be surrounded by people and still be lonely which is detrimental to our health. [15:28] We differ from the great apes in the way we bear and raise our children. It’s important to look at that. [18:25] Aloe parents, according to anthropologists, means somebody other than the parents who contribute to child-rearing. [21:05] Anthropologists have studied the evolution of man. When did we lose our fur? [26:58] We hear that marrying your cousin is not a good idea, although research has shown that marrying your sixth cousin is a good idea! [27:42] The way we live now in a nuclear family is a result of a campaign that was run by the Catholic church in the middle ages. [29:20] Almost no animal in the world is truly monogamous. [33:54] Humans are one of the few primates that will abandon an infant given inadequate social support. [37:05] Our basic biological drives are in conflict with the advancement of culture. [40:47] After the age of 35 or so your reproductive fitness increases, if you stop having your own babies and you start investing in your daughter's kids. [45:24] Chris talks about his experiment with two families living together. [47:12] You can’t deny the biological urges. [56:44] In humans, the primary purpose of sex is not for reproduction. It is for bonding. [59:53] You need to get really clear on what it is that you value. [01:02:52] *LINKS:* * Brad’s Shopping Page ( http://www.bradkearns.com/shop/ ) * Chris Kelly ( http://chris@nourishbalancethrive.com ) * Nourish Balance Thrive ( https://nourishbalancethrive.com/podcasts/nourish-balance-thrive/ ) * Loneliness ( https://www.amazon.com/Loneliness-audiobook/dp/B001EVUE0A/ref=sr_1_4?dchild=1&keywords=loneliness&qid=1610760426&sr=8-4 ) * Tribe ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tribe_(British_TV_series)#:~:text=Tribe%20(known%20as%20Going%20Tribal,British%20Royal%20Marine%20Bruce%20Parry. ) * Mothers and Others ( https://www.google.com/search?bih=780&biw=1309&q=Mothers+and+Others%3A+The+Evolutionary+Origins+of+Mutual+Understanding&sa=X&stick=H4sIAAAAAAAAAONgVeLRT9c3NDIyNDWpqsww4i9OLErMUMgoSqlUSMrPzz7FyKWfq29gVpJmWF52ihFFMUyuzMg4pwLGybFIzkuHKUzKyzHJNoArzI7Pq6qEcXLLUxC6UkzTzHIfMS5m4hZ4-eOesNRMpklrTl5jnMTEJeCTn1-cmlMZlJqTWJKaEpIvpMbF5ppXkllSKSTDxSvFCdJvaJFiYqnBIMXNheAKZXJxB6eWhOT75qdkplUKRQlFcHH6puYmpRYV-6cJWXFxOefn5KQml2Tm5wnpcIlKCeonwwX0QX4vBpoozIUprMQdBLYmqSQ-2diKSYNRKdsoftelaefYIgWfhTIw_Dvt6yClqSXExe5Z7JOfnJgjuGAV64IZ_9_bawlzcYQkVuTn5edWCjKAwQd7JUVO4Rn2BzjXvbcX1O_7b7_EW9dBglmBQYPB0P_H3_pDU_UctBia9q04xMbCwSjAwLOI1cU3vyQD6A2FxLwUBX8w00ohJCNVwbUsP6cU5NDEokoF_6LM9My8YoX8NAXf0pLSxByF0LwUoNISoK7MvPQJbIwAplF1T_4BAAA&sxsrf=ALeKk03q4KYpaq-IbQe_RggKX3BQQRznqQ%3A1610914712791&ved=2ahUKEwj-kuD55KPuAhVRIqwKHcMpAIcQ-BYwDHoECAsQNg ) * The Weirdest People in the World. ( https://www.amazon.com/WEIRDest-People-World-Psychologically-Particularly/dp/1250800072/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1610916339&sr=8-1 ) * Behave ( https://www.amazon.com/Behave-Biology-Humans-Best-Worst/dp/1594205078/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1610916485&sr=8-1 ) * Sex at Dawn ( https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/7640261-sex-at-dawn ) * Ethical Slut ( https://www.amazon.com/Ethical-Slut-Third-Practical-Relationships/dp/0399579664/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=ethical+slut&qid=1610999146&sr=8-2 ) * The Values Guided Action Worksheet ( https://thehappinesstrap.com/upimages/Complete_Worksheets_2014.pdf ) *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 14 min
Nourish Balance Thrive
Nourish Balance Thrive
Christopher Kelly
How to Develop Coping Resilience and Mental Toughness
These days it’s easy to find yourself feeling tense or anxious. If social distancing and the threat of a global pandemic aren’t enough, just add a dose of political mayhem or a strained relationship and you’ve got a recipe for stress. What I’ve learned from performance psychologist Simon Marshall is that your brain and nervous system manage everything about you, including your ability to cope and overcome the difficulties of life. In this podcast, Simon and I are discussing some cutting edge ways to master your nervous system and manage stressful moments. Simon shares some evidence-based techniques that involve breathing, vocalization, and eye movement, to manage stress and help you avoid limbic system overwhelm. And as powerful as these practices are, I know they are just a few of the tools Simon has in his performance coaching arsenal. If you enjoy this podcast, I hope you’ll consider joining us in the upcoming Coping Resilience and Mental Toughness Workshop, with Simon and world champion triathlete Lesley Paterson. The workshop content is approximately five hours of prerecorded video and is largely self-paced, along with four 30-minute live group coaching sessions with Simon and Les to answer questions and help you navigate real-world situations. Here’s the outline of this interview with Simon Marshall: [00:01:49] Strava 2020 Year in Sport report. [00:03:23] Benefits of outdoor exercise. [00:03:42] Neuroscience research: 1. Yilmaz, Melis, and Andrew D. Huberman. "Fear: It’s All in Your Line of Sight." Current Biology 29.23 (2019): R1232-R1234; 2. González, Anabel, Lucía del Río-Casanova, and Ania Justo-Alonso. "Integrating neurobiology of emotion regulation and trauma therapy: Reflections on EMDR therapy." Reviews in the Neurosciences 28.4 (2017): 431-440. [00:04:34] Self-generated optic flow. [00:04:41] Neuroscientist Andrew Huberman; The Huberman Lab at Stanford. [00:09:40] Physiologic sigh; Studies: 1. Li, Peng, et al. "The peptidergic control circuit for sighing." Nature 530.7590 (2016): 293-297; 2. Yackle, Kevin, et al. "Breathing control center neurons that promote arousal in mice." Science 355.6332 (2017): 1411-1415; 3. Salay, Lindsey D., Nao Ishiko, and Andrew D. Huberman. "A midline thalamic circuit determines reactions to visual threat." Nature 557.7704 (2018): 183-189. [00:14:56] Podcast: The Neurophysiology of Safety and How to Feel Safe, with Stephen Porges. [00:22:50] Chimp Purge; Study: Lieberman, Matthew D., et al. "Putting feelings into words." Psychological science 18.5 (2007): 421-428. [00:28:41] Podcast: How to Have Intimacy With Ease, with Jessa Zimmerman. [00:28:51] Podcast: NBT People: Mark Alexander. [00:30:34] Podcast: A Guide to Flawed Studies with Richard Feinman. [00:36:33] Stress management; Podcast: How to Manage Stress, with Simon Marshall, PhD. [00:38:23] Values guided action exercise; Russ Harris. [00:38:37] Habit formation, habit stacking. [00:41:49] Dopamine + noradrenaline =  motivated action. [00:43:59] Leveraging physiology during unpleasant activities. [00:44:27] Book: Radical Candor (Be a Kick-Ass Boss Without Losing Your Humanity, by Kim Scott. [00:44:50] Getting and giving feedback. [00:46:41] Motivational interviewing; helping people change their behavior. [00:48:26] Book: Never Split the Difference: Negotiating as if Your Life Depended on It, by Chris Voss. [00:49:24] Book: Thank You for Arguing, Fourth Edition (Revised and Updated): What Aristotle, Lincoln, and Homer Simpson Can Teach Us About the Art of Persuasion, by Jay Heinrichs. [00:49:50] Book: The Coddling of the American Mind: How Good Intentions and Bad Ideas Are Setting Up a Generation for Failure, by Jonathan Haidt. [00:53:15] Sign up for the Coping Resilience and Mental Toughness Workshop. [00:53:40] The Xterra Podcast.
57 min
Earn Your Edge: Decoding Excellence in Golf & Life
Earn Your Edge: Decoding Excellence in Golf & Life
Cameron McCormick and Corey Lundberg
Marc Leishman | Ep/078
Marc Leishman is a five-time PGA Tour winner, four-time Presidents Cup player, and currently ranked 28th in the world. Marc knows what works for him and he talks about his process and strategy for attacking the golf course. Also, he provides insights into how he manages his schedule and the important role of his caddy. Topics: * Origin and Upbringing: Growing up in Warrnambool, Australia, and working-class family * Going from Good to Great: Coaches helped refine big draw to a fade for more control * Skewed Reality: Even the best players miss plenty of shots, but learn from them * Parental Support: Paired with Dad and pride of being beat by 13-year-old son * Lessons Learned: Build character to become best version of yourself, not someone else * Rise in Performance: From winning Rookie of the Year in 2009 to 28th in the world * Breakthrough: Improved putting, driving, and feeling comfortable in front of big crowds * Rest/Recovery: Won’t play more than 4 weeks in a row, or more than 2 weeks from kids * Counting on Caddy: Art of when to say something or not in different situations Links and Resources: Marc Leishman https://www.pgatour.com/players/player.26851.marc-leishman.html Leishman Lager https://www.leishmanlager.com.au/ Begin Again Foundation https://beginagainfoundation.com/ Altus Performance’s Primed to Perform Course https://altusacademy.teachable.com/ Altus Performance https://altusperformance.com/ Altus Performance on Twitter https://twitter.com/teamaltus Altus Performance on Instagram https://instagram.com/altusperformance Altus Performance on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Altus-Performance-110002632382928/ PGA Tour https://www.pgatour.com/ The Presidents Cup https://www.presidentscup.com/ U.S. Open https://www.usopen.com/ Masters Tournament https://www.masters.com/ Titleist https://www.titleist.com/ Total Golf Trainer (Discount Code: Earn Your Edge) https://totalgolftrainer.com/
45 min
The Natural State with Dr. Anthony Gustin
The Natural State with Dr. Anthony Gustin
Dr. Anthony Gustin
127: Dr. Anthony Jay - What Your Genes Can Tell You About Your Health Risks
You probably already know that your genes dictate things like your hair color, eye color, and how tall you are, but did you know they can also give you important details on your health risks for conditions like obesity and type 2 diabetes? And that’s just the beginning. As Dr. Anthony Jay, a best-selling author and lead researcher for the Mayo Clinic, shares in this episode, your genes can also clue you into a number of different health issues. They can tell you how your lifestyle can affect your health, what your risk factors are for chronic diseases, the best exercises to perform, and how you handle vitamins and hormonal issues, among other things. Dr. Jay also shows how modifying certain things can change the way your genes are affected and he shares all of this in this podcast episode. When you tune in, you’ll hear Dr. Jay go through Dr. Anthony Gustin’s genetic report to share what he should and shouldn’t do to mitigate his health risks and improve his overall health. Dr. Anthony Jay received his Ph.D in biochemistry from Boston University’s Medical School where he later went off to study Alzheimer’s disease, hormonal health, fats, and cholesterol. He then went on to become a lead researcher at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota where he spends his time studying epigenetics, infrared light, and stem cells. He also published a best-selling book titled, Estrogeneration: How Estrogenics Are Making You Fat, Sick, and Infertile, to show people how removing hormone disrupting chemicals from your life can improve your health. When you tune in, you’ll discover how it’s possible to improve your health by understanding your specific genes better. Check out the episode now to learn more!
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