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Podcast #67: Matt Hornsby on Formula One athletes vs Rally Car athletes

Podcast #67: Matt Hornsby on Formula One athletes vs Rally Car athletes

Matt Hornsby is the High Performance Manager at St. Kilda Football Club in the Australian Football League. Matt has been in AFL for two decades alongside starting his own business and has overseen just about every scenario imaginable in professional sport.   In this interview Matt details which methods have stood the test of time, […]

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Podcast #61: Justin Crow on Antifragility in Elite Sport

Podcast #61: Justin Crow on Antifragility in Elite Sport

Justin Crow is High Performance Manager at Essendon Football Club, where he leads the performance operations for his elite team competing year in and year out overseeing a multitude of staff and over forty athletes. Justin uses unique skillsets in AFL to minimize injuries and maximize performance. In this interview we discuss how Justin has applied “Antifragile” approaches to his […]

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Podcast #58: Jamie Tout on GPS Best-Practice and How to Make Tech Work For You

Podcast #58: Jamie Tout on GPS Best-Practice and How to Make Tech Work For You

Jamie Tout is Sports Performance Director at VXSport Athlete Monitoring company and Strength and Conditioning Coach of the New Zealand Black Ferns XVs team. Armed with decades of experience in elite sport, Jamie provides valuable insight from the trenches of the sports tech world. Want to know how to make GPS work for you? Curious […]

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Podcast #53: Carl Valle On Peaking For Olympic Games and Sensible Sports Technology

Podcast #53: Carl Valle On Peaking For Olympic Games and Sensible Sports Technology

Carl Valle is a renowned sports technologist at Spikes Only, working with sprinters, jumpers, and team sports alike. Carl is known for his no-nonsense tweets about sports technology, monitoring, and biomechanics applications. In this chat we go over how to peak athletes for pinnacle events and where sports technology is headed. Bring a notebook!!  How can we […]

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Podcast #48: Lachlan Wilmot on Power Development, Matchweek Programming, and the Origins of Quidditch

Podcast #48: Lachlan Wilmot on Power Development, Matchweek Programming, and the Origins of Quidditch

Lachlan Wilmot is Lead Strength and Power Coach at the Greater Western Sydney Giants, currently the hottest (and healthiest) performing team in the AFL. Lachlan and I discuss everything you need to know about building robust and powerful athletes! How can ideal weight be maintained while developing power? Which pieces of the puzzle fit when during a […]

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Podcast #45: James Smith on Consulting Careers and Building Team Success

Podcast #45: James Smith on Consulting Careers and Building Team Success

James Smith runs AthleteConsulting.net as a full-time consultant after a decade spent working at the top level in Portugal, Great Britain, and America. James has written several books including the excellent Applied Sprint Training (link on blog). James gives fantastic and unique advice on the industry and what different paths we can take. We speak […]

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Podcast #44: Dr. Ken Clark on How To Get Fast

Podcast #44: Dr. Ken Clark on How To Get Fast

Dr. Ken Clark is Professor of Kinesiology at Westchester University in Pennsylvania, USA. As perhaps the fastest rising star in speed research, Dr. Clark has intimate insight into just what makes people fast, and how we can train it! This interview is an absolute nerdfest between myself and Dr. Clark, I hope you enjoy it […]

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Podcast #41: Keir Wenham-Flatt on World Cup Success and What Makes a Great Strength Coach

Podcast #41: Keir Wenham-Flatt on World Cup Success and What Makes a Great Strength Coach

In part  our interview with Keir Wenham-Flatt, we discuss the Argentina Pumas journey to fourth place at the 2015 Rugby World Cup and what it takes to be a great strength coach. Keir shares stories from his own journey, best-practice advice, and gives insight to guiding a dark-horse at pinnacle events. What’s it like to be […]

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Podcast #33: Which Part of Africa We Each Have In Us and the Curious Case of Christophe Lemaitre

Podcast #33: Which Part of Africa We Each Have In Us and the Curious Case of Christophe Lemaitre

In the second half of our interview with author of the New York Times Bestseller The Sports Gene, David Epstein, WTW delivers probably it’s most controversial episode to date The former Sports Illustrated Senior Writer takes us through a number of exciting and to-the-point topics. How much genetic diversity is there among all the world’s caucasians? What do […]

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Podcast #24: All-Star Dysfunctions , Offseason Transitions and Injury Prevention with Eric Cressey

Podcast #24: All-Star Dysfunctions , Offseason Transitions and Injury Prevention with Eric Cressey

In a glorious re-boot of the Well Traveled Wellness Podcast we bring in a real heavyweight, Eric Cressey! EC’s thoughts on offseason programming, career longevity and usage, injury prevention and more are all here. Do top performers succeed because of minor dysfunctional or abnormal movements, or else because of them? Are all overhead movements created […]

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