(#234) Dr. Mitch Babcock joins the podcast this week for a great conversation about how he combines his background as a strength athlete, physical therapist and strength coach in an innovative approach to maximizing performance and minimizing risk for injury.You could say that his approach is considered a NEW model for today's clinician.
Mitch has a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. He's a coach, athlete and a "teacher of movement." His clinic is FitnessTx and he explains how he successfully operates and excels as a solo practitioner.
Here's what you'll learn about this week:
(#233) Here’s my 6th annual post that I do each year as I reflect back on the best “fitness” books I’ve read during the last 12 months.My criteria for this year's list is as follows:
Once again, this is my 6th annual “best of” list.
As usual, coming up with only 5 books was extremely challenging.
As in previous years, I’ll have a few others that are “honorable mentions” and I’ll explain them below.Here's my video review summarizing all of these great books:
He was featured on the Tim Ferriss podcast and is also in Tim's new book - Tribe of Mentors. This session is not only lots of fun, but it's packed with great lessons and stories.Here's what you'll hear about this week on the show:
Jim Kielbaso is a long time strength and conditioning coach and is the director of the Total Performance Training Center in Michigan where he trains athletes every day.
Jim is also the president and CEO of the IYCA (The International Youth Conditioning Association) and he’s got a podcast called The Impact Show.
Jim has written many books and created courses in the area of sport training and conditioning.This session is very transparent about the current state of youth athletics and fitness.