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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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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 #49: Darcy Norman on World Cup Wins, International to Club Transitions, and Cultural Management

Podcast #49: Darcy Norman on World Cup Wins, International to Club Transitions, and Cultural Management

Darcy Norman is Director of Performance at AS Roma Football (Soccer) Club in Italy. Previously he was at Highroad Cycling team and EXOS with Bayern Munich and the German National Soccer team, an integral part of their dominant 2014 FIFA World Cup victory. Having gone back and forth between national teams and club sides multiple […]

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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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Book Review: 3DMJ Muscle and Strength Pyramid–Nutrition by Eric Helms

Book Review: 3DMJ Muscle and Strength Pyramid–Nutrition by Eric Helms

A few years ago, Eric Helms filmed a video series outlining a pyramid of importance for nutritional proficiency, following it up with a parallel for exercise programming. This past year he’s turned those pyramids into two books, which I’ll review here. What follows is my personal review of the Nutrition book. NOTE #1: Eric is […]

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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 #25: Coaching vs Research, Strength vs Physique, and How to Get Sustainably Lean with Eric Helms

Podcast #25: Coaching vs Research, Strength vs Physique, and How to Get Sustainably Lean with Eric Helms

The Well Traveled Wellness Podcast kicks on as we bring in body-composition savant Eric Helms. The 3D Muscle Journey co-owner gives his thoughts on sustainable nutrition, strength & body management auto-regulation are all here. How can you maintain your leanest body ever, without going crazy? Can strength AND lean-ness be achieved? What should coaches learn […]

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Podcast #22 – Kinesiological Patterning and Motor Movement Potential with Shawn Myszka

Podcast #22 – Kinesiological Patterning and Motor Movement Potential with Shawn Myszka

On today’s episode of the Well Traveled Wellness Podcast we talk Movement for life and Strength Training with Shawn Myszka. We also get down into some of the fundamental movement issues within the Strength and Conditioning industry. Want to know about the three k’s of movement? Want the latest opinion on functional movement screens? Have a listen its […]

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Podcast #15 – The Current Role of mTOR in Hypertrophy with Dr. Keith Baar

Podcast #15 – The Current Role of mTOR in Hypertrophy with Dr. Keith Baar

On today’s episode of the Well Traveled Wellness Podcast we get molecular with Dr. Keith Baar of the functional molecular biology lab at UC Davis. We discuss the difference in research methods; humans, animals & cells, as well as getting the current perspective on molecular hypertrophy. Want to know how to analyse research amongst the […]

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Podcast #14 – The Importance of Glute Strength and Hip Extension In Athletic Training with Bret Contreras

Podcast #14 – The Importance of Glute Strength and Hip Extension In Athletic Training with Bret Contreras

On today’s episode of the Well Traveled Wellness Podcast we talk glute activation and about the importance of hip extension in athletic training with Bret Contreras. We also get down into some of the fundamental issues within Strength and Conditioning Research. Want to know some of the best exercises for glute development? Ever wondered what research […]

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