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Podcast #62: Michael Roncarati on NBA Championship Winning Injury Prevention

Podcast #62: Michael Roncarati on NBA Championship Winning Injury Prevention

Michael Roncarati is Director of Rehabilitation at the Atlanta Hawks of the National Basketball Association in America, where he is responsible for building and maintaining robust athletes to last 82 games + playoffs per season. Michael shares unique perspectives from his journey and current working environment which can enhance any practitioners skillet! In this interview […]

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GO FLOAT YOURSELF: How Floatation Can Supercharge Health and Performance

GO FLOAT YOURSELF: How Floatation Can Supercharge Health and Performance

GO FLOAT YOURSELF!! No, that’s not some overly polite person finding an alternative to the F-word. Instead it’s a slogan used by a growing crowd of people with a secret weapon in their lives, something they do which simply isn’t understood until it is…and then it’s irresistible: Floating. In today’s hyper-stressful, oversubscribed, overbooked, overstimulated world, […]

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Podcast #38: Alex Natera on What Matters in Stats and How to be Impactful

If you missed part one of our chat with Alex Natera of the Aspire Academy in Doha, Qatar, go listen now. If you want to know how to program like an elite track and field coach, listen to part two. In this final snippet, we tackle the arbitrary nature of stats and monitoring, and Alex relates his own […]

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Podcast #37: The Ultimate Programming Chat with Alex Natera (part 2)

Podcast #37: The Ultimate Programming Chat with Alex Natera (part 2)

Feedback for part one of our chat with Alex Natera of the Aspire Academy in Doha, Qatar was overwhelmingly positive…but we were just getting warmed up!! In this episode, we tackle some of the Sports Science profession’s most uncomfortable topics, and Alex gives candid opinions and recommendations which you won’t want to miss. How has programming […]

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Podcast #31: David Epstein on the 10,000 Hour Rule, Race and Gender Differences and Early Specialization in Sport

Podcast #31: David Epstein on the 10,000 Hour Rule, Race and Gender Differences and Early Specialization in Sport

The Well Traveled Wellness Podcast brings in a heavy-hitter on the publishing scene, author of the New York Times Bestseller The Sports Gene, David Epstein. The former Sports Illustrated Senior Writer takes us through a number of exciting and controversial topics. Is the 10,000 Hour-Rule bogus? Or does it make a ton of sense…with a caveat? […]

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