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Come with us as we delve into the mysterious and exciting world of sports science… This entertaining podcast explores: • The science behind the world’s best athletes. • Current issues and events in the world of sport. • How to master the art and science of coaching. Every Monday, Matt Solomon chats with various experts to uncover the science and secrets behind what makes the best athletes in the world so damn good at what they do. They’ll also dive into global issues and events affecting the ...
 
World-renowned sports scientist Professor Ross Tucker and veteran sports journalist Mike Finch break down the myths, practices and controversies from the world of sport. From athletics to rugby, soccer, cycling and more, the two delve into the most recent research, unearth lessons from the pros and host exclusive interviews with some of the world's leading sporting experts. For those who love sport.
 
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In episode 58 Joel Jamieson, S&C Coach, joins us. Specifically Joel will be looking at: Importance of additional conditioning Key energy systems Measurements & KPIs Day & Week MMA case study About Joel "Joel is a best-selling author and one of the world’s foremost authorities on strength, conditioning, and energy systems. His training strategies ha…
 
Disordered eating is common among sportspeople, both amateur and professional. The team talk to dietician and psychologist, Kim Hofmann, about why most people experience it, how to identify bad habits and the secrets of a healthy - and sustainable - eating plan. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
With thousands of studies being conducted around the Covid pandemic, many are now finally producing results. Prof. Ross Tucker and co-host Mike Finch look at the latest research in sport and if fitness level can help mitigate the severity of both Covid and other diseases. SHOW NOTES The “open window” debate: A debate between scientists about the va…
 
In episode 57 Adam Meakins, Physiotherapist, Sport Scientist and S&C Coach, joins us. Specifically Adam will be looking at: Biggest physio mistakes What physios can learn from S&C Biggest S&C mistakes What S&C can learn from physios About Adam "Adam is a physiotherapist, sports scientist and S&C specialist working in the UK and specialises in the a…
 
In this episode, the team answer your questions. We tackle the effects of the Covid pandemic on elite sport progression, whether the mind is capable of pushing the body to greater performance, how delayed specialisation may benefit young sportspeople and the importance of self talk no matter what your sport. Support our podcast. Visit https://www.p…
 
In episode 56 Steve Draycott, Physiotherapist, joins us. Specifically Steve will be looking at: Importance of lower body strength Risks associated with squats Supporting evidence Case study About Steve "I qualified as a physiotherapist in 1986 and very quickly became interested in musculoskeletal physio. I started to specialise in lower limb rehab …
 
In episode 55 Carlos Balsalobre, Sport Scientist, joins us. Specifically Carlos will be looking at: Available performance testing apps Validity and reliability Advantages to app use A case study About Carlos "’I am a sports scientist from the Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain. My main interests are exercise performance, strength training and n…
 
In episode 54 Joel Smith, Strength & Conditioning Coach, joins us. Specifically Joel will be looking at: Importance of feet in performance Movements of the feet Training the feet Case Study About Joel "Joel Smith is the founder of Just Fly Sports and trains athletes and clients in partnership with Evolutionary Fitness in Cincinnati, Ohio. Joel host…
 
In episode 53 Matthew Ibrahim, Strength & Conditioning Coach, joins us. Specifically Matthew will be looking at: Importance of training calves Unique anatomy of calves How to train for performance Practical case study About Matthew "Matthew Ibrahim has been a Strength & Conditioning Coach since 2009, which has allowed him to positively impact the l…
 
In episode 52 Michael Boyle, Strength & Conditioning Coach, joins us. Specifically Mike will be looking at: Why unilateral training is important Advantages to unilateral training Lack of advantages to bilateral training Unilateral exercise progressions About Mike "Michael Boyle is one of the worlds’ foremost educators in the areas of performance tr…
 
In episode 51 Henk Kraaijenhof, Performance Consultant, joins us. Specifically Henk will be looking at: Developments in science Issues with science & coaching Fixing these issues Roles of specialists in a team About Henk " Henk Kraaijenhof (1955) started as coach in sports in 1975. Right from the start he had the opportunity to work with elite athl…
 
When the UK Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service (MPTS) recently found former Team Sky and British Cycling head doctor, Dr Richard Freeman, guilty of illegally ordering testosterone for an unnamed rider, it sent shock waves through British sport. The team talk to renowned sports journalist Sean Ingle of The Guardian who followed the case closely …
 
Yoeri Pegel, Strength & Conditioning Coach at AFC Ajax, joins us. Specifically Yoeri will be looking at: What Olympic lifts entail How they differ from loaded jumps Pro's and Cons in team sports How to progress Oly lifts for team sports About Yoeri "Yoeri currently works as Performance Trainer at AFC Ajax. At 28 years old, he’s coming from a not-so…
 
In episode 49, Jake Tuura, Strength & Conditioning Coach, joins us. Specifically Jake will be looking at: Key adaptations Loading variables Pros & Cons of hypertrophy clusters Practical application About Jake "Jake Tuura is a strength and conditioning coach who specializes in muscle gain, vertical jump, and patellar tendon health." Website: https:/…
 
Sleep, and the quality of it, can dictate everything from our moods to our sporting performances. Prof. Ross Tucker and host Mike Finch interview sleep science expert Dr Dale Rae for a deep dive into the importance of sleep, the effects of poor sleeping habits, how genes can dictate whether we are larks or owls, practical tips on getting better qua…
 
Eric McMahon, Coaching and Sport Science Program Manager at the NSCA, joins us. Specifically Eric will be looking at: Why we need a sport science accreditation The future of sport science roles Which technologies will advance our industry "Eric McMahon is the Coaching and Sport Science Program Manager for the National Strength and Conditioning Asso…
 
We asked our Patreon community to pose their most vexing sport science questions so that we could answer them. Prof Tucker and Mike Finch discuss everything from salty sweaters to the real facts behind the 80-20 endurance training rule, women-specific training protocols and the accuracy of modern-day fitness smartwatches to predict VO2 max. NOTES: …
 
In episode 47, Teun Thomassen, Strength & Conditioning Coach at TeamNL, joins us. Specifically Teun will be looking at: Alternatives to traditional S&C Key components of coordination training How to progress these components Practical application About Teun "Teun Thomassen MSc. is an athletic development coach of the Dutch Olympic Committee, workin…
 
In episode 46, David Epstein, Best Selling Author, joins us. Specifically David will be looking at: What range is Why range is superior Impact of improved range How to practically get more range About David "David Epstein is the author of the #1 New York Times best seller Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World — which Bill Gates feat…
 
In episode 45, Tim & Jacko from School of Calisthenics join us. Specifically they will be looking at: What calisthenics are Overloading calisthenics Practical applications Real world progressions About Tim & Jacko "Tim Stevenson Tim is a Co-Founder of the School of Calisthenics and has been a professional strength and conditioning coach working in …
 
In episode 44, Cody Roberts, Strength & Conditioning Coach at University of Iowa, joins us. Specifically Cody will be looking at: Science behind HRV Combining HRV & DC potential Practical Application About Cody "Cody Roberts is in his fifth year with the University of Iowa Olympic Strength and Conditioning staff. He directly serves the Softball, Ro…
 
In episode 43, Sam Portland, Performance Consultant, joins us. Specifically Sam will be looking at: Importance of mentors Types of mentorship What you can gain Finding the perfect mentor About Sam "Over the last decade Sam has spent his time working with many elite and grass roots organisations including Wasps, Ealing, Kenya Sevens, Burnley FC and …
 
S3, Ep1: In our first episode of 2021 Mike Finch and Prof. RossTucker discuss the science of staying motivated, if Body Mass Index (BMI) is outdated and how exercise affects body temperature. We also discuss plans for the year, the issue of health versus performance and whether or not the Tokyo Olympics may go ahead this year. See acast.com/privacy…
 
In episode 42, Dr Pat Davidson, Strength & Conditioning Coach and Author, joins us. Specifically Pat will be looking at: Issues with human movement Breathing Improving movement issues Case study About Pat "Pat Davidson, PhD, is an author and strength and conditioning coach based out of NYC. " Instagram: @dr.patdavidson Twitter: @pat_davidson_ FREE …
 
In episode 41, James Morehen, Nutritionist at the English FA, and Morehen Performance, joins us. Specifically James will be looking at: Importance of nutrition for fighters Macronutrient recommendations Making weight Case study About James "Dr James Morehen is a Performance Nutritionist who currently works with professional elite level athletes. Al…
 
In episode 40, Ryan Devlin, Lead Sport Scientist at Sheffield Wednesday u18s, joins us. Specifically Ryan will be looking at: Importance of Speed & Power Use of Olympic lifts Special strength exercises About Ryan "Ryan is the lead sport scientist at Sheffield Wednesday under 18s, his previous experience includes an internship at Ulter Rugby, and wo…
 
In episode 39, Christian Bosse, Strength & Conditioning Coach at TeamNL, joins us. Specifically Christian will be looking at: Importance of S&C in Track Cycling Teaching technical competency S&C progression through a career S&C for truly elite level athletes About Christian "Christian Bosse has over 15 years of experience in coaching athletes at al…
 
In episode 38, John Noonan, Performance Coach Consultant, joins us. Specifically John will be looking at: Pros and cons of elite sport Starting out in the private sector Building your business About John "John is an experienced performance coach with over 15 years’ experience coaching in elite sport and the public domain. To date, John has worked w…
 
In episode 37, Steve Thompson, Course Leader for the Masters in S&C at Sheffield Hallam University, joins us. Specifically Steve will be looking at: Key reasons to use VBT Essential practical applications of VBT Future of VBT About Steve "Steve Thompson is an accredited Strength & Conditioning coach with the United Kingdom Strength and Conditioning…
 
From shoe tech to the effect of crowd support on performance, 2020 has been an unprecedented year that also provided some unique opportunities. Together with some of the leading voices in global sports science, Prof. Ross Tucker and Mike Finch look forward to the breakthroughs and controversies likely to dominate in 2021, why they matter and how th…
 
In episode 36, James McKendry, Postdoctoral Research Fellow at McMaster University, joins us. Specifically James will be looking at: Physiological impact on inactivity Implications of this inactivity Combating these implications About James "Dr. James McKendry is currently a postdoctoral research fellow in Professor Stuart Phillip's protein metabol…
 
In episode 35, Craig Pickering, Athlete Pathway Manager at Athletics Australia, joins us. Specifically Craig will be looking at: What is caffeine What are the pros and cons of it's use Creating your own personal caffeine performance plan About Craig "Craig Pickering is a former Olympic athlete, having competed in the 100m and 4x100m at the Beijing …
 
In episode 34, Daniel Kadlec, S&C Coach and PhD researcher at Edith Cowan University, joins us. Specifically Daniel will be looking at: Importance of critical analysis Example of failures to analyse Questions you need to ask Applying research to practice About Daniel "Daniel Kadlec is currently the Head Strength & Conditioning Coach for Softball We…
 
In episode 33, Adam Veli, High-Performance Manager for the AFLW, VIC and National Talent Umpires in the AFL, joins us. Specifically Adam will be looking at: Importance of PHV Using data to impact training Practical examples About Adam "Adam Veli is currently the High-Performance Manager for the AFLW, VIC and National Talent Umpires in the AFL, and …
 
In episode 32, Tim Suchomel, assistant professor of exercise science and program director for the sport physiology and performance coaching master's program at Carroll University (USA), joins us. Specifically Tim will be looking at: What are Olympic weightlifting derivatives Physiological advantages & disadvantages Programming derivatives for perfo…
 
In early October 2020, World Rugby released its Transgender Guidelines aimed at protecting player safety. But the guidelines were followed by controversy with some unions even refusing to implement them, Prof. Ross Tucker, who was part of the World Rugby committee that decided on the guidelines, explains why the science makes sense and why all spor…
 
In episode 31, Elliott Richardson, Specifically Elliott will be looking at: What RSI is How to measure RSI Practical program optimisation using RSI data About Elliott "Elliott Richardson is a Strength and Conditioning Coach with a passion for a high performance approach to solving problems. Currently he works in a civilian role with the Canadian Ar…
 
In episode 30, Kris Robertson, Strength & Conditioning Coach at Rugby Canada joins us. Specifically Kris will be looking at: The importance refocusing efforts in S&C training Measuring key KPIs Making the decision that an athlete is strong enough Changes to training based on that decision About Kris "Kris Robertson is a Strength and Conditioning Co…
 
In episode 29, Yannick van der Schee, Strength & Conditioning Coach at PSV Eindhoven joins us. Specifically Yannick will be looking at: Competition demands including European football Physical preperation for 2 games per week The long Covid-19 break Ensuring freshness About Yannick "I started coaching when I was 15, with a kids football team at the…
 
In episode 28, Walter Grandez, Strength & Conditioning Coach joins us. Specifically Walter will be looking at: Getting blindsided by unemployment Using additional time to develop How to get the next job About Walter "Walter is currently a Network Youth National Team Sport Scientist with the US Soccer Federation and was formerly the Lead Academy Str…
 
The ground-breaking 2020 London Marathon saw the great Eliud Kipchoge lose his first marathon since 2013 as Ethopian Shura Kitata took the men's win and Brigid Kosgei the women's title. But the real story of the marathon was the weather and what really happened to Kipchoge on race day. Prof. Ross Tucker and Mike Finch take a close look at one of th…
 
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