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The Motus Show is a new podcast looking at the future of sports science, medicine and technology. Hosted by Will Carroll and Tyler Brooke, this podcast will feature plenty of guests in the industry and segments regarding what the future of sports could look like.
 
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We're often asked about the practical uses of Motus products. Today, Will talks with Ryan Mossman of the summer league Charlotte TomSox. Mossman explains how he used Motus tools to reduce injuries and set pitching records over the summer. Will also looks in on what's going on around sports on this episode of The Motus Show.…
 
Dr. Joshua Dines is one of the top orthopedic surgeons working in sports. From his base at HSS in New York, he takes care of elite athletes in many sports. Get his take on injury prevention, biologics like PRP, and his own injury story! All this plus more on The Motus Show.By Motus Global.
 
Research is at the heart of what Motus does. Will brings in Motus' Director of Research, Brittany Dowling, to talk about what she does, why research is so important, and where things could go for researchers using Motus tools. Will also discusses big trades and why health is so key for both Kawhi Leonard and Manny Machado.…
 
There's less of Will Carroll and Ben Hansen because of the ketogenic diet. Is this diet for you? For athletes? They discuss their results and experiences, then bring in Keto expert Dave Feldman for more details. Can keto help athletes recover? Can keto help fuel endurance athletes? Is there a place for it in your routine or life? Listen in to t ...…
 
Dr. Tommy John - yes, the son of the pitcher - has written a book "Minimize Injury, Maximize Performance." We like the title and wanted to know even more. Dr. John joins Will to discuss what can be done to ... well, you know, what the title of the book says. Think Motus could be a part of what you do? Follow @motusshow on Twitter for a promo co ...…
 
You know Jason Benetti as the voice of the White Sox, but he's more than just a baseball guy. Will talks to him about the art of the call and his rise to the majors. Also, Dr. Meredith Wills explains her study of baseball construction that could explain why the ball is going farther than expected. This, plus discussion of Andrew Luck, Shohei Oh ...…
 
There's so much going on in baseball, we called in two experts. Teddy Cahill of Baseball America breaks down the top teams and players in NCAA, while Bob Nightengale of USA Today looks around MLB. With the College World Series starting and MLB heading into the hottest part of the season, we look at all that's happening on The Motus Show.…
 
The Tampa Rays have always been forced to innovate, but using Sergio Romo as a starter? That's worth looking into. Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times has been following the Rays for a long time and has deep insight into this move, why they did it now, and the prep for the move. Did Pujols and Scioscia like it? How much will we see it and who el ...…
 
No politics, just pitching as Curt Schilling joins Will to talk about the changes in style and strategy since he was an ace, as well as the kinetic chain, the need for anatomy in pitching, and more. Schilling's now a radio host for Breitbart, but his knowledge and insight on modern pitching is sure to surprise you for it's deep insight into bio ...…
 
Dr. Tim Gabbett's groundbreaking research on acute:chronic ratio is changing sport and is the basis for some of our work at Motus. Gabbett sits down with Motus CTO Ben Hansen for a conversation about his work and where it's headed in sports.By Motus Global.
 
Opening Day has come and gone, but Mother Nature still hasn't got the message that spring is here. Jessica Kleinschmidt of MLB.com's Cut4 looks around the league after the first week and talks baseball, fun, and the intersection of making the game better. Also, Will asks whether or not parents and coaches are doing enough to integrate the thing ...…
 
Levi Weaver writes about the Texas Rangers for The Athletic DFW, but his background is as interesting as any in baseball. Rock star turned writer talks Rangers, prospects, and RVs in this episode! Also, Will gets ready for Opening Day and talks about why this year doesn't feel like years past, what teams he's watching closely, and what movie he ...…
 
Bryan Conger is the head baseball coach at Tarleton State in Texas. He's done some amazing work with motusTHROW in getting his team ready for the season. He details the how and why on this episode, whether it's ramping his pitchers up, monitoring their workloads, personalizing their daily plan, or prepping his pen for a weekend series, Conger i ...…
 
Brain hack? That's what Modius Health is doing with their blockbuster product, which raised almost $2m in crowdfunding. Their CEO explains how a wearable device could help with weight loss and more - and it's available now. Will also checks in on spring training, college basketball problems, and more.…
 
Will brings on Jeremy Booth, the head of Program 15, a partner of New Balance Baseball, to talk about the new partnership between Motus and Program 15. Learn about the Future Stars Series, International Week, and more. It's an exciting partnership that will bring Motus technology to the top series for baseball prospects. Will also discusses the ...…
 
Roy Firestone is a master interviewer, best known for his work on Up Close. In this episode, Will asks about his craft and his newest project, Becoming Kareem, an interview tour with Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. Will also looks back at the Super Bowl, ahead at the opening of spring training, and the stress levels of sports right now.…
 
This bonus episode turns the tables. Pitching master Alan Jaeger had some questions about Motus, so he's the one that asks the questions, unedited. We thought many coaches out there, especially the ones that follow Alan's long toss and J-band programs, might have the same questions, so we recorded it!…
 
Alan Jaeger checks in to talk the latest in long toss, the mental game for pitchers, and why the start of throwing season is the most dangerous time for pitchers. There's a lot to get into here, plus the debut of the Motus Minute on this week's Motus Show.By Motus Global.
 
It's time to get your mind right. Matthew Repplinger of Pro Positive Yoga talks with Will about the mind-body connection for baseball and more. He's a consultant to several MLB teams and is behind many of the Yoga Days you see at ballparks around the country. Get his ideas on the use of yoga and meditation to complete the package for athletes.…
 
Sick of gravity? AlterG has a treadmill that can help. Their groundbreaking tool will unload athletes to allow for things you simply can't do on Earth. Barry Heyden, their executive director of education and sports science, tells us what AlterG has coming, the top athletes that have used it, and how unloading can really affect workload. Also, W ...…
 
Dr. Phil Wagner, CEO of Sparta Science, one of the top companies in sports performance and sports science, joins Will to talk about what his company is doing and where they're going. He also discusses the key measurements he feels teams are failing to make and the one thing every team at every level should be focused on. No lame 300 jokes, just ...…
 
John Parsons from the NCAA Sports Science Institute joins Will to discuss his recent study on concussions and ways the NCAA is trying to improve outcomes. Their study on officials and concussions time outs shows that education is key to improvement in this area. Parsons also discusses the NCAA Sports Science Institute and what they aim to do.…
 
Ben Hansen, the CTO of Motus Global, joins the show to talk about product development, including motusCONCUSSION, a new product that can help the management of concussion in sport. Ben and Will discuss their recent trip to London, how Motus sensors could help men heading to Mars, and much more on this episode.…
 
Motus Director of Performance, Carlo Alvarez, joins the show to talk about how data can be integrated into any sport at any level, plus looks at what Motus is working on behind the scenes. Alvarez has a background in performance training with MLB teams and elite NCAA athletics. He brings that background to Motus, helping model and integrate tec ...…
 
Will closes the books on the 2017 baseball season after a great playoff run. He brings in the co-founders of Pocket Radar, a new tool being used around baseball to explain how and why so many people are adopting it in place of classic "guns."By Motus Global.
 
Dr. Fergus Connelly (Director of Performance at the University of Michigan) returns to the show to talk in depth about his book, Game Changer. Will and Fergus take a deep dive into the foundations and philosophies in the book, talk about examples of analytics and action seen in sports, and make a fun announcement at the end of the show.…
 
Data is not enough. Controlling your own data, understanding your data, and putting it into action is where there's still an advantage. Whoop is one of the top data wearable companies out there and Will speaks with their director of performance, Kristen Holmes-Winn, about what they do and where she feels sports are moving.…
 
Phil White is one of the smartest writers in the business. His book Unplugged looks at the use of technology in sports and how it can be better and more appropriately used. We also discuss his other book, Game Changer, written with recent guest Fergus Connolly. Don't unplug yet - listen to this episode of The Motus Show first!…
 
Will gives an update on Andrew Luck and also chats with Joe Lemire from Sports Techie.By Motus Global.
 
Will discusses everything going on with Andrew Luck's injury. Dr. Michael Banffy also weighs in on Luck and other injuries in sports.By Motus Global.
 
Will chats with Dr. Sam Browd about the new VICIS helmet and much more.By Motus Global.
 
Will chats with performance coach Eric Cressey.By Motus Global.
 
Will Carroll chats with Dr. Vernon Williams about the concussions, both in the NFL and in all levels of football.By Motus Global.
 
Will chats with Dr. Bert Mandelbaum about ACL injury prevention, while Mike Lambiaso from Motus Global interviews players from the Under Armour Baseball All-American Game. Other topics include baseball's next young stars, injuries in training camp and why the media in the NFL isn't talking about sports science. Special Guest: Dr. Bert Mandelbaum.…
 
Will and Tyler discuss how to make baseball better and the latest report on concussions and CTE. MLB Network host and Ahead of the Curve author Brian Kenny also joins the podcast. Special Guest: Brian Kenny.By Motus Global.
 
Will and Tyler talk about sports performance and nutrition. Will interviews sports dietitian Anna Turner from St. Vincent Sports Performance. Special Guest: Anna Turner.By Motus Global.
 
In a new episode of The Motus Show, Tyler and Will discuss quarterbacks. Tyler also interviews Bleacher Report's Lars Anderson on his new book with Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians, "The Quarterback Whisperer". Special Guest: Lars Anderson.By Motus Global.
 
In a fascinating new episode of The Motus Show, Will Carroll chats with Reply All host PJ Vogt about the internet, and the sports subculture that comes along with it. Meanwhile, Will and Tyler also discuss Wimbledon, Calvin Johnson's latest comments and the plethora of young stars in Major League Baseball. Special Guest: PJ Vogt.…
 
In this episode, Will chats with former Red Sox head athletic trainer Mike Reinold. Special Guest: Mike Reinold.By Motus Global.
 
Sports Illustrated MLB analyst Joe Sheehan stops by The Motus Show. Tyler and Will also discuss injuries to Dustin Fowler and Trea Turner, more NBA chaos and the surge of sluggers in baseball. Special Guest: Joe Sheehan.By Motus Global.
 
Motus Lab general manager Tony Laughlin stops by Ahead of the Curve to talk about the work that Motus does with their biomechanics lab. Tyler and Will also discuss how golfers take care of their bodies, what's wrong with the NBA salary cap and all of the possibilities that could happen in the fight between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor.…
 
Will and Tyler host Ahead of the Curve on EPSN 1070 The Fan in Indianapolis.By Motus Global.
 
After an interesting 2017 NBA Draft, Will and Tyler discuss the fallout of the draft, the Jimmy Butler trade and whether or not LaVar Ball is a threat to the draft process moving forward. NBA analyst Nate Duncan also stops by the show to talk about the draft and the craziness that has been this NBA offseason. Special Guest: Nate Duncan.…
 
American Ninja Warrior host Matt Iseman joins Ahead of the Curve to chat about the exciting new season on NBC. Will and Tyler also discuss the differences in resting players between the NBA and NHL, Kyrie Irving's back problems in the NBA Finals, and when we could possibly see robot referees in professional sports. Special Guest: Matt Iseman.…
 
Dr. James Andrews stops by Ahead of the Curve to talk about the current state of sports medicine. Meanwhile, Will and Tyler talk about Mike Trout's injury, Dennis Pitta's career coming to an end at OTAs, and if shooting sleeves can actually make you a better basketball player. Special Guest: Dr. James Andrews.…
 
An introduction to Ahead of the Curve.By Motus Global.
 
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