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The Female Athlete Podcast is here to shine a light and bring focus to topics around the female body and sport and exercise which have originally gone under the radar. We'll be tackling everything from the menstrual cycle and how it affects every day women to how it impacts on sporting performance- including issues such as contraception, bone health and female physiology. Presented by three curious young women; journalist Lucy Lomax, Dr Georgie Bruinvels and Dr Jess Piasecki, this podcast is ...
 
The Arrow Living Female Athlete podcast is for the dream-chasers, truth-seekers, go-getters, risk-takers, and “should”-shunners who are seeking fulfillment in sport and life. Professional soccer player and mentor, Kendall Johnson, shares personal stories and interviews world class athletes, specialists, and high vibe people to offer unique ,often unconventional, approaches to tapping into your innate power.
 
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In this special Series 3 FINALE, we look forward to the rescheduled Tokyo 2020 Olympics in less than a month. We speak to two current Olympic gold medalists; GB Hockey player Lily Owsley and GB Track Cyclist Elinor Barker, as well as our own Jess Piasecki who has been selected for Team GB in the marathon. We also catch up with our other co-host Dr …
 
In this episode we cover a whole host of topics about the female athlete with Dr Katie Lydon, a Sports Medicine doctor with a particular interest in the menstrual cycle. In our open and honest chat we talk about how women need to be more thoroughly educated on their menstrual cycle and the correct terminology, why it is so important to track our cy…
 
In this episode we speak to the wonderful people at Umi Health who happen to be our title sponsors for Series 3. Umi is a one-stop hub for all things pelvic health. Whether you have a question about incontinence, painful sex, weeing, pooing, pregnancy or post-natal, Umi is the place for you. In our chat we pick the brains of Helen and Elizabeth fro…
 
In today’s episode I interview brave human being and pro soccer player Sydney Miramontez. Sydney and I met playing for the Utah Royals together. Before a few weeks ago we had no idea that, at the time, we were both secretly struggling with our own eating disorders. In our conversation, Sydney opens up about her unhealthy relationship to food and ex…
 
In this episode we speak to two experienced female cyclists and Specialized ambassadors ; 2020 Triathlon World Series Champion Georgia Taylor-Brown and SES Racing's track cyclist Yewande Adesida. We chat about all the basics to consider as a female cyclists including saddle sores and how to deal with and avoid them, choosing the best saddle, what t…
 
In this episode we speak to Dr Chris Bramah and former GB 800m runner Becky Lyne all about biomechanics and how important understanding our running biomechanics is to reducing injury risk and bettering our performance. We ask Becky about setting up her own GRACEfull Girls running programme, what the programme involves and why she wants to help othe…
 
I hated my body, but now I love it and it weirds me out Today’s episode is a follow-up of my last one on how I healed my “disordered eating.” In particular, I dive deep into my tumultuous relationship to my body. From bed-ridden concussion symptoms, to digestive issues, disordered eating, to hating what stared back at me in the mirror… my relations…
 
In this episode we speak about the gender data gap and lack of research on women, and the ongoing impact this has had on females in society, emergency medicine and in sport. Our guests today are two experts in this area, Dr Alyson McGregor and Dr Neha Rauker. Dr McGregor, co-founded the Division of Sex and Gender in Emergency Medicine at Brown Univ…
 
In this episode we speak to Dr Rebecca Robinson about returning to training post illness. We particularly focus on the longer term impacts of contracting Covid and the implications on returning to play. We speak about how to best avoid illness through sleep and nutrition and giving the body the recovery and rest it needs after experiencing illness.…
 
In this episode we're extremely excited to speak to CrossFit legend Samantha Briggs. Sam is a nine times CrossFit Games competitor and in 2013 became the world CrossFit champion, claiming the title of ‘Fittest on Earth’. Sam has an interesting story as to how she got into the sport which she discovered whilst working as a fire fighter. In the inter…
 
In today's episode, I go in depth about how about how I healed my "eating disorder'. I share how it all started, the shame I felt for binging in secret , resources that helped, and the book that changed my life and got me to the other side. Read the written article HERE One on one mentoring HERE
 
In this episode we speak to a recreational runner, Jenny Tomei about her experience with an eating disorder. Throughout her late teens and early 20's Jenny battled with Anorexia Nervosa, an unsustainable training load and lost her period for an extended period of time. Jenny talks about what triggered her, her personality traits, how she attempted …
 
In this episode we focus on strength and strength training and the female athlete with Dr Rich Blagrove. Dr Blagrove is a senior lecturer in strength and conditioning at Loughborough University and has worked within many team and individual sports developing strength and conditioning programmes for female athletes over the years. Rich also has a pl…
 
In this episode we speak to distance runner Bobby Clay who has been through a turbulent time in recent years suffering from many of the implications associated with Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport. Bobby rose through the ranks and burst onto the international running scene at a very young age but experienced primary amenorrhea, went on to devel…
 
In this episode we speak to sport science expert and Physical Performance Manager at the English Football Association (FA), Dawn Scott. Dawn has over 20 years experience in the world of the elite female athlete. Dawn was part of the US Women's Soccer Team who won an Olympic medal and two World Cup trophies. We speak to Dawn about being one of the f…
 
In this episode we speak about harassment and exercising women. The topic has been in the news and media recently for various different reasons and we wanted to open up the conversation around it as best we can. We give our own experiences and speak to different women who share their stories of harassment whilst exercising outdoors. We also invite …
 
In this week's episode we speak to Dr Kate Ackerman about Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (RED-S). Dr Ackerman is a world leading physician and Medical Director of the female athlete programme at Boston Children’s Hospital, where she is leading the way in healthcare for female athletes. Dr Ackerman has also published a vast number of research p…
 
We're delighted to kick off our third season by speaking to Dr Emma Ross. Emma is such a passionate advocate of spreading the messages all women should know about their bodies-spanning across all age groups and levels of ability from participation to elite and how knowing this information is a 'right' not a 'privilege'. Emma is one third of The Wel…
 
I have something on my heart that I’ve wanted to share about for years, but it felt too shameful to reveal while I was going through it. I had binge eating disorder. “Binge eating disorder” feels like three measly words that don’t encapsulate the hell my body went through during this experience. For 7 years, food consumed my life. What started with…
 
Today on the podcast, I am so honored to have on one of the most influential people in my life, energy healer and masseuse, Jessica Shannon. I got introduced to Jessica when I was playing in Utah. A teammate’s friend swore by her. At this point, I didn’t know much about energy work, but I was willing to try anything to heal my concussion and get ba…
 
I recently saw a tweet from a father of an 8 year old daughter who just found out she didn’t make her softball team. The first thing she said to her dad after she found out the news: “Alright dad grab your glove, it’s time to work even harder.” This tweet received thousands of retweets. It rubbed me the wrong way. Why? Because working harder nearly…
 
In today’s episode I interview U.S. Army lieutenant, former NFL linebacker, and motivational speaker Caleb Campbell. I stumbled upon Caleb on instagram and was captivated by his words. Caleb, a lifelong athlete, writes a lot about vulnerability, shame letting go, and finding where you belong in the world. Caleb attended the United States Military A…
 
In today’s episode, I interview one of the people who helped me out the most during one of the lowest points in my life: my therapist, Diane Ulicsni. When I had my first session with Diane, I had just stepped away from soccer and was in the depths of depression, and a foreign debilitating “stuckness.” Working with her gave me immense insight into w…
 
In today’s episode I interview craniosacral, myofascial worker, physical therapist, AKA the healing wizard Christina Goodwill. Have you ever met someone who when they touch you, you wonder if their hands are dipped in an angel’s tears? Someone who reads into your soul, feels your energy, embraces your existence, and doesn’t judge any part of you. M…
 
In today’s episode, I interview meditation teacher and former professional soccer player Sam Lofton. I first met Sam playing with the Portland Thorns. We bonded over the fact that we were both obsessed with finding (often unconventional) ways to maximize our performance on the field and off. Sam played soccer and studied Health Science with a pre-m…
 
In today’s episode, I interview Icelandic national team midfielder Gunny Jonsdottir. The second oldest of seven siblings, Gunny grew up a very independent person. In 3rd grade, she moved from Iceland to America and picked up soccer. She quickly found comfort in the sport and has been playing ever since then. Gunny made her debut for the Icelandic n…
 
*SEASON 2 FINALE & Christmas Special!* We did it! As we approach the end of 2020 we wanted to say a HUGE thank you to everyone who has downloaded and listened to our podcast over the past ten months- we couldn’t have done it without you and we hope we have provided some joy, whilst informing and inspiring you with our episodes throughout what has b…
 
In this BONUS episode we speak to ultra runner, mother of three and Women in Sport board member Sophie Power. Sophie's life changed when a photograph of her breastfeeding her three-month-old son whilst running the Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc (UTMB) went viral. Without being able to defer her place despite being pregnant, Sophie decided to attempt the…
 
In this episode we speak to Scotland Women's captain Rachel Malcolm around her experiences with concussion. Concussion is a mild traumatic brain injury and in a contact sport like rugby union, data collected over the past few seasons has found concussion is one of the most common injuries. In the interview Rachel talks about how rugby union has adj…
 
In this BONUS episode we speak to Professor Sandra Hunter of Marquette University of Wisconsin. Professor Hunter is an expert in sex and age differences in muscle fatigability and endurance performance as well as the impact of stress on neuromuscular function and muscle fatigue. In the interview we speak in detail with Professor Hunter about the re…
 
In this special episode we speak about an important topic: Mental Health and sport. The stats from Mind charity say that 1 in 4 people will experience a mental health problem of some kind each year in England- so we know it’s an important topic to discuss. We are lucky enough to have three women on this episode who are all female athletes as well a…
 
In this episode we speak to middle-distance runner and double Olympian Eilish McColgan and her mother, coach and former athlete (and Olympic silver medalist) Liz McColgan. We chat about Liz's role in coaching her oldest daughter Eilish, how they manage their long-distance relationship as mum and daughter and coach and athlete and how Liz got into t…
 
In this episode we speak about all things Recovery with a world leading expert in all aspects of sleep, recovery strategies and travel, Dr Shona Halson. Shona is an Associate Professor in the School of Behavioural and Health Sciences at the Australian Catholic University. Prior to this she was a senior physiologist at the Australian Institute of Sp…
 
In this episode, we’re focussing on a BIG area when it comes to performance, recovery, training and general wellbeing- it’s Nutrition. Today, we have a great guest joining us who is a Performance Nutritionist and an international rugby player for Ireland- Lauren Delany. Lauren has worked with some of the world's best athletes in her career and was …
 
In this BONUS episode we speak to Caroline MacManus, a woman with over 20 years experience working in high performance sport. Caroline is currently a Physiologist and Senior Performance Scientist at High Performance Sport New Zealand, working with their elite rowing teams. In the interview we talk about working in a male dominated environment, buil…
 
In this episode we speak to Dr Nicole Surdyka, a Physical Therapist, Performance Coach, and Soccer Trainer who specialises in the rehabilitation and risk reduction of football injuries. Nicole started her own business after becoming disheartened when she saw research wasn't being translated into practice when working for private PT clinics across A…
 
Our guest this week is long-distance runner and mum of two Jo Pavey. Jo is an international athlete who has competed at five consecutive Olympic Games in the 5,000m and 10,000m. She was the European champion in 2014 after coming back from giving birth to her second child less than a year earlier. Jo aspires to compete at a sixth Olympic Games in 20…
 
In this episode we’re speaking about pelvic health in women and returning to exercise after pregnancy and birth. For this interview, we’ve recruited two of the very best in this area; Advanced Physiotherapist in pelvic health Gráinne Donnelly and Specialist Women’s Health Physiotherapist Emma Brockwell. The pair together with Tom Goom wrote the hig…
 
In this episode we speak to Hydration and Sweat Expert Abby Coleman. We chat about how everybody sweats differently, be it how much an individual sweats (sweat rate) or how much sodium is being lost in that sweat. We also talk about the differences we need to consider between men and women when it comes to hydration and how women’s hydration needs …
 
And just like that we’re back for season 2! We’re kicking off the new season with a truly awe-inspiring woman and athlete; adventurist and ultra-endurance specialist Jenny Tough. Jenny Tough is currently involved in a project to run solo and unsupported across a mountain range on every populated continent. Jenny was the first woman to win the Silk …
 
In today’s episode I interview blogger, two-time U.S. National Team rower, and 2019 World Champion in Lightweight Women’s pair, Cara Stawicki. I was first drawn to Cara after reading her blog [carastawicki.com]. In her posts, Cara opens up about her struggles and provides incredible resources aimed at supporting and inspiring female athletes. I hig…
 
Do you struggle with sleep? If so, you know it’s kinda like taking off a sweatshirt when you’re sweaty AF and your arm gets stuck in the sleeve and you kinda wanna die, but the harder you try to fix it the worse it gets. You need sleep not only to maximize performance, but also to be able to function throughout your day. And in my case, to be a tol…
 
In today’s episode, I interview mom of two, pro soccer player, World Cup champion, and 2x Olympic gold medalist Amy Rodriguez. If you’ve ever seen Amy play, she’s a feisty, sneakyyy mom (said in the tone of the kid from that viral Jimmy Kimmel youtube video). She’s got a special fire every time she steps on the pitch. In highschool, Amy was a top r…
 
*SEASON 1 FINAL EPISODE! We've dedicated the final episode of series 1 to puberty- we've all been through it or are currently going through it- it's a tough time so we decided to bring on some guests and reminisce about our own journeys through adolescence, from starting our periods, to being terrified of white shorts, hiding sanitary pads deep in …
 
For this episode we're focusing on the menopause and perimenopause. We discuss what the menopause is and focus on symptoms: what you may experience, when symptoms may start and how long they may last for. We also talk about what to be aware of as you grow older in terms of exercising, bone health, nutrition and staying on top of the ageing process,…
 
In today’s episode I interview former Portland Thorns goalkeeper and racial justice activist Emily Kruger. Emily is someone I really admire because as a pro athlete, she went all in on the social causes that she was passionate about, even if it wasn’t “popular.” I am constantly learning from Emily about how I can be of better service to the world a…
 
We're back for Part II on the topic of menstrual dysfunction and for this episode we're focussing on heavy menstrual bleeding, polycystic ovary syndrome, pre-menstrual syndrome and pre-menstrual dysphoric disorder, also known as PMDD. Our guest this week is researcher and physiologist Jess Freemas who suffers from PMDD and she tell us her story of …
 
In this episode, we are keeping it rollinnnnnn with part 2 of the interview with deep thinker, incessant learner, former NFL player Elvis Akpla. Last week, Elvis gave us a look into the neglected parts of American history and how he believes we can end racism. Today, he tells his fascinating personal story from growing up in poverty to finding a wa…
 
It's a topic which doesn't get a lot of air time but as women we believe it's vitally important to have an awareness of this under-discussed and under-reported area: Menstrual dysfunctions. In fact, we believe this topic is so important we've dedicated two episodes to it. In 'Part I' we talk about endometriosis: What is is, symptoms, treatment opti…
 
New podcast episode with the deep thinking, passionate, former pro football player Elvis Akpla. Elvis is one of the most curious, intellectual, constantly-expanding guys I know. Like, we’re talking photographic memory, constantly engaging in thought provoking convos, and will talk your ear off-in the best way- about the stuff that lights him up. To…
 
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