WHOOP Podcast
WHOOP Podcast
Nov 24, 2020
Celebrating 100 episodes of the WHOOP Podcast
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We’re celebrating 100 episodes of the WHOOP Podcast!  We've compiled some highlights from our first 100 episodes and it's our hope that you have found our amazing guests as insightful, informative, and inspiring as we have. We look back on conversations featuring former NBA Commissioner David Stern (1:24), golf greats Rory McIlroy (4:41) and Justin Thomas (7:53), basketball legend Sue Bird (9:59), Stanford neuroscientist Andrew Huberman (11:41), former Navy SEAL Mark Divine (16:00), bestselling author Ryan Holiday (18:33), WHOOP VPs Kristen Holmes and Emily Capodilupo discussing heart rate variability (20:37), alcohol (23:23), and sleep performance (25:04), Yale coronavirus expert Nicholas Christakis (26:23), respiratory rate and its connection to COVID-19 (27:47), pro golfer Nick Watney on how WHOOP alerted him to his coronavirus case (29:10), former NBA player and addiction and recovery advocate Chris Herren (30:25), and Green Beret Kevin Flike (31:44). Plus, we reflect on the story of WHOOP (33:05).

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The Extramilest Podcast
The Extramilest Podcast
Floris Gierman
#44: Lessons From 60+ Years of Running with Walter Liniger
Walter Liniger, 69 years young is a strong runner from Switzerland. He ran his first race at age 7, his marathon PR was set at 2:38 in 1988 in Basel. For many years he trained mostly at a high intensity, often out of the door and … full throttle. In his late sixties he wanted to find a different approach to training and racing. He discovered the approach of MAF training. His goals changed now not to chase the fastest times but to finish a race in healthy conditions and enjoying the journey. About a year and a half ago Walter joined the Marathon PR Program to get practical information, advice and guidance with a holistic approach to training and racing. It has been exciting to follow Walter's running journey on his Strava. He is a big inspiration to me and many others in our program. Recently he ran his first Ultra of 100km at the age of 68. We discuss his running journey and things he has learned along the way. If you’d like to find out more about our running coaching programs, check extramilest.com/training. Hope you enjoy this conversation with Walter! Watch this full interview on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/oJVYTfqNaXk --- YOU CAN FIND WALTER LINIGER ON STRAVA: https://www.strava.com/athletes/14888370 YOU CAN FIND ME, FLORIS GIERMAN HERE: * Marathon PR Training Course: https://extramilest.com/marathon/ * 5K to Half Marathon Program: https://5ktohalfmarathon.com/program * YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/FlorisGierman * Strava - https://www.strava.com/athletes/1329785 * My website - https://extramilest.com * Podcast - https://extramilest.com/podcast/ * Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/florisgierman
1 hr 17 min
The Strength Coach Podcast
The Strength Coach Podcast
Anthony Renna
The End of 2020 Interview with Michael Boyle
Brought to you by Perform Better Highlights of Episode 302 Naamly "Hit The Gym with a Strength Coach" Segment Build Lasting Relationships Through Personalized Communication The StrengthCoach.com Coaches Corner with Coach Boyle This End of the Year interview with Coach Boyle is a combination of the "Coaches Corner" and the Naamly "Hit the Gym with a Strength Coach" segment We spoke about: * Was this the worst year ever? * Taking action * Having diverse multiple streams of revenue * What the future holds TrainHeroic "Data Driven Coaching Segment" Adam Dawdy and Tim Robinson talk about "Marketing and Engagement Strategies for the Holiday Season" Click here to start your Free 14 Day Trial. The Certified Functional Strength Coach Segment with Kevin Carr and Brendon Rearick This episode continues a 7 part series on Movement as Medicine, discussing the wide array of benefits exercise has on physical, emotional and psychological health. Today's show Brendon talks about "Your Get Up Score" Check out more in this article "What's Your Get Up Score?" Get Certified! The Fit to Speak Segment with Jenny Rearick Jenny discusses "4 Elements of Great Communication" Fit to Speak is where Great Coaches Go to be Great Speakers. Get the PDF that details the skills and steps Jenny spoke about here About "Be Like the Best" During the last 12 years of interviewing many strength coaches, fitness professionals, physical therapists and gym owners, Anthony Renna has accumulated a rolodex of “The Best of the Best” in the fitness profession. This book is a collection of interviews with some of those top successes. Through his conversations, you’ll learn how they evolved in their careers, what habits and traits they believe made them successful, their goal setting processes, how they get through the hard times everyone faces and even some books to read and people they recommend following. After each interview, you’ll find a challenge or action step based on an important takeaway from each interview. These are designed to encourage you to build the habits to Be Like the Best on your journey to dominating in this profession. As a fitness professional, you’re already making an impact in your clients, athletes and patients. This book will help you stand out in a crowded field and help guide you on the road to success. Go to BeLiketheBest.com for more info Thanks for Listening!
58 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
Barbell Shrugged
Barbell Shrugged
Barbell Shrugged
Garage Gym Gurus with PRX Performance Founders Erik Hopperstad, Brian Brash and hosts Anders Varner, Doug Larson, and Coach Travis Mash - Barbell Shrugged #539
Join Class 2 of the Diesel Dad today. Diesel Dad Training Programs: Strong: “EMOM Strength” - This program focuses on top end strength, speed, and power utilizing Westside Barbell dynamic effort and functional bodybuilding principles to increase raw strength. Lean: “EMOM Aesthetics” - This program combines old school bodybuilding and interval weight training to build muscle, burn fat, and look jacked. Athletic: “Density Weight Training” is the “set it up and get after it” program with higher intensity, functional movements targeted to build muscle and metcons in under 20 minutes. Join Class 2 of the Diesel Dad today. Registration closes January 17th. Training starts 1/18. Get strong, lean, and athletic without sacrificing family, fatherhood, or fitness. Created in 2013 by two friends who were convinced that having a home gym was possible without giving up an entire garage stall or room in the house, PRx Performance has revolutionized the fitness industry with their patented wall-mounted folding squat racks and storage solutions. The founders appeared on ABC’s Shark Tank in February, 2016 and got a deal with Mr. Wonderful himself, Kevin O’Leary and were again featured in a ‘where are they now?’ segment in April, 2017. Located in Fargo, ND, PRx Performance is dedicated to delivering on their mission to help everyone Fit Fitness into Life. In this Episode of Barbell Shrugged: * The birth of PRx Performance * How they landed a deal on Shark Tank * Immediate growth of garage gyms in COVID era * How to build culture with clients and employees * International growth strategies for the future of PRx Performance Garage Gym Equipment and Accessories: https://prxperformance.com/discount/BBS5OFF Save 5% using the coupon code “BBS5OFF” PRx Performance on Instagram Anders Varner on Instagram Doug Larson on Instagram Coach Travis Mash on Instagram ———————————————— Training Programs to Build Muscle: https://bit.ly/34zcGVw Nutrition Programs to Lose Fat and Build Muscle: https://bit.ly/3eiW8FF Nutrition and Training Bundles to Save 67%: https://bit.ly/2yaxQxa ———————————————— Please Support Our Sponsors PowerDot - Save 20% using code BBS at http://PowerDot.com/BBS Organifi - Save 20% using code: “Shrugged” at organifi.com/shrugged www.masszymes.com/shruggedfree - for FREE bottle of BiOptimizers Masszymes Garage Gym Equipment and Accessories: https://prxperformance.com/discount/BBS5OFF Save 5% using the coupon code “BBS5OFF”
59 min
Pursuing Health
Pursuing Health
Julie Foucher MD, MS
Haley Adams: Poised to Top the Podium PH178
Despite being the youngest Individual competitor at the 2020 CrossFit Games, Haley Adams brought a wealth of experience to the field, including three CrossFit Games podium finishes as a teen competitor. In 2019, Haley’s first year participating in the Women’s division, she finished in 6th and earned the title “Rookie of the Year.” In 2020, she continued to climb her way up the leaderboard and left no doubt that even at a young age, she’s ready to be one of the top CrossFit athletes in the world. Despite a tumultuous and uncertain training season, she gave a strong performance and finished 4th, just a few points out of podium contention. The 2021 season finds her back hard at work in Cookeville, Tennessee where she balances studying at Tennessee Tech with training alongside the likes of Rich Froning and Tascia Percevecz at CrossFit Mayhem. Haley last joined me on the podcast shortly before she won the title of Fittest Teen on Earth in 2017, so I was excited to catch up with her again and hear how her training has evolved as she’s grown up in the sport, what her 2020 training season looked like, and what’s in store for 2021. You can connect with Haley via Instagram @haleyadamssss Related Episodes: Ep 64 - Haley Adams: A CrossFit Teen with Talent Ep 79 - Sam Briggs on Going Back to Basics and Training for Longevity If you like this episode, please subscribe to Pursuing Health on iTunes and give it a rating or share your feedback on social media using the hashtag #PursuingHealth. I look forward to bringing you future episodes with inspiring individuals and ideas about health every Tuesday. Disclaimer: This podcast is for general information only, and does not provide medical advice. We recommend that you seek assistance from your personal physician for any health conditions or concerns
32 min
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