12 Sep Sue Falsone – Bridging The Gap From Rehab To Performance

(#257) Sue Falsone, author and sports performance training expert, joins the podcast this week for an in-depth discussion about her latest work.

Sue Falsone is the Founder of Structure and Function Education and Falsone Consulting who's a return guest on the podcast.

She has an amazing background in Athletic Training, Physical Therapy, and Strength & Conditioning and now she’s the author of a breakthrough book “Bridging The Gap From Rehab To Performance.”

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31 Aug How To Bulletproof Your Shoulders

(#255) What are the best exercises for strong, powerful, healthy shoulders? In this session, I'll discuss 7 proven exercises to keep your shoulders supple and strong. While there are many considerations when strengthening the shoulders, I'll share what I have found to be most valuable in recent...

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15 Aug PJ Nestler – Breathe Better, Recover Faster, And Optimize Health With XPT

(#253) PJ Nestler returns to the podcast this week to discuss his role as Director of Performance with XPT. This session is not only cutting-edge, but it's filled with ideas and next steps to optimize health and performance - at any level. Coach PJ is a human performance specialist with over a decade of experience preparing top athletes for competition, and a life mission to help athletes and coaches realize their true potential. Over the past ten years, PJ has trained dozens of athletes from the UFC, NFL, NHL and MLB. He's a wealth of information and gets results with his athletes and students. XPT (or Extreme Performance Training) is a performance lifestyle based on the fundamentals: Breathe, Move, Recover. XPT is inspired by the training techniques and lifestyle habits of big wave surfer, Laird Hamilton and former Pro-Athlete, Gabrielle Reece. For more information, visit XPTLife.com. Here's some of what we cover this week on the show:
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10 Aug Differences Between Muscle Building And True Strength Training

(#252) What's the difference between training for maximum muscle building and true strength training? Yes, this is often misunderstood. Is there perhaps one key distinction and driver for hypertrophy? Maybe. Thanks to a great question from Ian (one of our loyal listeners to the podcast), I wanted to answer this question in detail - especially since I'm a former bodybuilder. While it's true that resistance exercise will provide gains in both strength and muscle, the way we manipulate training variables has a great deal to do with maximizing results in either area. Hypertrophy or strength? I'll explain the key differences.
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