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TLMP breaks down the science of winning in high performance sport - especially soccer. Expert guests join Julia - chief at White Lion Performance - to share stories and make complicated themes simple and adaptable for players and practitioners alike. Topics include neuroscience, sport psychology, rehabilitation and injury, strength and conditioning, coaching, personal development, and more. There are no secrets. English episodes release on Fridays. Folgen auf Deutsch werden einmal im Monat e ...
 
A Podcast for the open-minded striving to improve their health, fitness and lifestyle while being fully aware about the impact on the planet and all forms of life. In short, a Podcast for anyone who seeks to listen to inspirational discussions for a better living. Hosted by Niklas Frick, he aims to provide motivating, bright minds with the opportunity to share their story and explore a variety of topics in depth ultimately creating a platform of knowledge encouraging you to bring out the bes ...
 
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Coach Britt Wiebe joins us today to school us about training with a long-term focus. She explains the developmental league system within American baseball, and we compare structures and training approaches between US Baseball and EU Soccer. For anyone who has ever worked, played, or wished work/play in one of those leagues, this episode is well wor…
 
Vanessa Kara is a professional soccer player for Racing Louisville FC in the NWSL. Today she shares her process, and why THAT was the purpose for her, not necessarily the outcome. Through multiple major injuries, playing at two D1 schools, her three shots at the NWSL, playing in Europe, and many other hurdles, Vanessa found her way home: to herself…
 
In this episode, Bill Miller coaches us up on the importance of training rotation in and out of the gym. But it is not just about the rotation itself; it's about intensity, velocity, energy running through the kinetic chain, and teaching some body parts to rotate together while others must remain stiff for maximal power... don't know what any of th…
 
Let's talk about sexism, homophobia, and racism in sport! Many people like to gesticulate toward America and believe that only they can be so blatantly discriminatory - that would never happen in Germany! Right...? Wrong! Let's talk about the "women's jobs" in pro sports, what coaches and athletes can do to support more women working in their teams…
 
Ashley Pardo is NOT a dietician; she's a nutritional therapist with a life's worth of experience with food struggles, food's deliciousness, and food's freedom. She gives us the insider look at what is going on behind our societal and personal relationships with food, and how, by giving up our need for control with our substance of choice (food, dru…
 
This is a foot-friendly podcast!!! For most of us, our feet play major roles in how we play our sport. So... how do we treat them like they are important? Luckily, Conor Harris is here to save the day (again) and share his expert movement science knowledge about the function of the feet, tips for training them, picking the right shoes, common issue…
 
Josh Smith works as a strength & conditioning coach and, well, pretty much everything else to professional athletes in Adelaide, Australia. He is also a performance consultant for professional teams and owns all things Mitise Fitness & Health, his own training facility. Josh joins us today to talk load management: what it is, why it is a vital part…
 
Let's talk about periods!!! Jan Schröder ist Physiotherapeut und Athletiktrainer bei TCP Concept und Team Canada Snowboarding. Dieses Gespräch geht um das Thema Belastungssteuerung und ob/wie Athlete Monitoring für weibliche Athletinnen anders und angepasst sein soll. My apologies for my terrible audio! Jan ist auf Instagram und Online zu finden. F…
 
Today our key words are "specificity" and "transfer", and soccer strength coach Josel Mateo tells us exactly what those mean in training, in sport, and in life. This episode is packed with actionable steps to help you execute toward becoming a high performer - on the pitch and beyond. Follow Josel on Instagram and Twitter! Follow Krank Sports Perfo…
 
Noch eine deutsche Folge! Ja, ich kann es auch nicht glauben, aber here we are. Heute kam Stefan Dall, Physiotherapeut und Athletiktrainer aus Göttingen, vorbei und zeigt uns, wieviel wir falsch verstanden haben! Es geht um das Thema Mythen in der Physiotherapie und Gesundheits-/Sportbranche. Was ist die Wahrheit?? Stefan Online: Instagram Blog…
 
Samuel J. Cook III is a track coach, FitPro, Oly weightlifter, and extremely passionate about criminal justice reform. He joins us on the show today, rounding out 2020 with one last episode, to discuss how politics belongs in sports because athletes are people who do sports, and how to mirror our values and use our voices on our platforms for what …
 
This week, Alex Ng, CSCS joins us to talk about fatigue, true recovery, the balancing act of college sport, and how to develop trust in the coach-athlete relationship in a healthy and meaningful way. He is currently the assistant coach of Indiana's Women's Soccer program, as well as a club coach, strength and conditioning coach, and council member …
 
Today, registered dietician Jaimee Cooper joins us to bust all the nutrition myths we thought were real and actually hinder our performance. She helps soccer players fuel themselves properly, upgrade their confidence, and boost their performance and their lives through better relationships with food. This is such a good episode - grab a pen and get…
 
Verletzungen im Spitzensport gehören praktisch zum Arbeitsalltag dazu. Natürlich versucht man einen Grossteil davon zu verhindern und präventiv mit gezieltem Training vorzubeugen. Wenn es jedoch doch mal zu einer Verletzung kommt, ist die Regenerierung und der Wiederaufbau zur Topform Priorität Nummer 1. Diese Phase ist also ganz zentral und die da…
 
Move well! That's the topic of the day. Everything about movement: how to do it, when to do it, why we need to get better at it, why we maybe aren't as good at it as we think, how playing multiple sports and training in the gym can help us learn movement, and why movement professionals like to fight with each other. Michelle is an athletic trainer …
 
Welcome back! As Halloween is, like, tomorrow, let's do some bust some ghosts and myths of strength coaches passed... out with the old ideas and in with the new! Coach Kendall Green takes on some of the Fake News of strength and conditioning, from "lifting is bad" to "only lift heavy", to "do more conditioning to get faster" to "no days off squad".…
 
Sportwissenschaft trifft Neurowissenschaft! Pat Preilowski ist SpoWi + Doktorand an der Universität zu Köln, auch selbständig mit OutOfTheBox unterwegs. Heute erklärt er uns, wie Schmerzen im Gehirn wirken und warum das Nervensystem für die Rehabilitation wichtig ist. Egal, ob du Athlet*in, Trainer*in oder Physio bist - zuhören! Pat Online: Instagr…
 
Let's talk about how to recover without paying tons of money for all of the massages and compression boots and therapy guns!! Do you really need needles in your neck? Do you really need that spiked roller? Arianna Hoffman clears up the basics of recovery for us in this episode and, she says, the best things in recovery and life are F R E E! Let's g…
 
"Im Zusammenhang mit veganen Schwangerschaften erscheinen oft nur fehlgeschlagene und tragische Ausnahmefälle in den Medien. Und sie wären absolut vermeidbar." - Carolin Wiedmann, MD Was es bedeutet vegan zu sein ist heutzutage fast überall bekannt. Das es überhaupt möglich ist und sogar noch gesundheitliche Vorteile bringen kann, ebenfalls. Spätes…
 
"Climate change is a huge problem we face today. But I like to see it as an opportunity to change things as they are." - Raphaël Domjan Some time ago, circumnavigating the world was a huge undertaking and a great adventure. Today it is no longer a feat. But if you do it on a ship, it becomes more adventurous. If you are now on a ship, which is only…
 
"It is questions that trigger the thought process in others. With only the answer there is no process." - Roy Hinnen We all know what happens when you overwork yourself over a long period of time and don't find a suitable balance: you burn out. The fact that this is also the case in sports, and especially in professional competitive sports with too…
 
"Don't overthink it too much, just start. Everything else you'll learn on your journey." - Manuel Granegger How do I get fit? This is probably the question a large number of people ask themselves every day. Where do I start? How do I start? What does it mean to be fit anyway? Manuel Granegger answers these questions from his point of view and exper…
 
"Aim to eat as many different kinds of plant foods as possible." - Dr. med. Christian Simma So many different things influence our health. Be it movement, our social environment or environmental influences. But perhaps the biggest influence is our diet. Especially important in this context is our intestinal health. The intestine is where all the nu…
 
"The challenge of working on small things and weaknesses is what drives me in weightlifting." - Nora Jäggi Being strong and lifting heavy weights as a woman? This is often not so accepted in society and may even be smiled at. Nora Jäggi shows impressively that this is anything but to smile at. In Olympic weightlifting nobody can fool her that easil…
 
"The cheapest and best drug on the world is movement, for sure." - Flurin Dermon Imagine you could increase your performance by 20% at the push of a button. Not through more intensive and strenuous training, but by training your brain. With Neuro Athletic Training this is possible. It allows you to bring out the reserves that are inside you and by …
 
"To me sport is the ultimate equalizer." – Mundia Moola Büsser Mother of two daughters, a role in a large company, bodybuilding, crossfit, online business and coaching, social media content creator and inspiration for so many people. Mundia takes care of all this and almost certainly a thousand other things. Personally, I find it extremely impressi…
 
Guys! Most of us are post-lockdown, as gyms begin to open up and sport organizations make clear that competitions will start again now or soon. So how do we return to play? How should we train, after having literal months of limited workouts and resources? Let's discuss. Online Off-Season Camp (starts 22 June): https://whitelionperformance.com/stor…
 
If you have been living under a rock or hesitating about "getting involved", remember that this is not a time for silence and indifference. For those of us involved in sport, we have been called to a unique table, to which we need to bring the issue of racial biases and the system of suppression. Anti-racism does not happen overnight, and it requir…
 
How should athletes fuel themselves? We discuss this often in more critical terms, talking about "diets" and "food as fuel". But is nutrition supposed to be approached with the same "just-do-it", data-based attitude as training and performance? Bri Collette (IG: @nutritionist.bri) is a registered dietician and volleyball player. She walks us throug…
 
What training and rehab myths do you believe? You might not even know - so you'd better listen! Dr. Rena Eleázar, a physical therapist based in New York, breaks down what things we "need to let go" and gives us the whole truth based in science. And then we talk about music! Find Rena: On Instagram MatchFit Performance Instagram…
 
Another solo podcast! Let's talk about neuroscience and sport psychology, and how we can build a toolbox full of mental skills, even in times of pandemic. Announcements mentioned in episode: - Mission:Off-Season Program: https://whitelionperformance.com/store/mission-off-season-a-6-week-physical-preparation-protocol-for-soccer-players -Online Train…
 
This week, goalkeeper coach Jesse Goleman (IG: @goleline) joins us to discuss the strength and conditioning qualities needed to be an elite keeper. We talk about what kind of conditioning is appropriate for keepers, how to train mobility, strength, and speed appropriately, when and how to get faster, and how to train at home during Quarantine.…
 
Today we are joined by Ramon Diaz, a soon-to-be clinical sport psychologist, to talk about mental health concerns (athlete identity, coping mechanisms, perfectionism, self-efficacy) in sport and the outlook of youth and collegiate sport in 10 years time. He also provides some valuable insight into what to do as an athlete if you feel you are strugg…
 
Let's talk about brain trauma. Jessica Coenen is a sport scientist and sports medicine doctoral candidate at the University of Paderborn, Germany, where she studies the neuroscience behind concussion. She tells us about concussions, CTE (not the same!), symptoms, protocols, returning to play, and what you should do if you think you have a concussio…
 
Dr. Nicole Surdyka (pronounced Surdih-kuh!, IG: @dr.nicolept) is a sports physical therapist based in Los Angeles area, California. She is what I call the queen of rehabbing knees & ankles! In Part Two of this episode, she breaks down the ins and outs of returning to play, from the moment an athlete gets injured until they step back into a match ag…
 
Paul Schlütter (IG: @fundamentalkraft), powerlifting coach and sport psychologist from Leipzig, joins us to talk about mindfulness, meditation, acceptance, and attention, and how practicing those components contribute to improving sport performance AND life. Paul's Mindfulness eBook (German): https://www.fundamentalkraft.de/produktseite/mac-mindful…
 
Coach Colton Bryant (Twitter: @CoachColton) is the program director and head coach of Columbia State Women's Soccer in Tennessee, and he joins us today to talk about team culture, individual values, questions to ask when you are being recruited, qualities that coaches/programs look for in players, why JUCO is a great option, and how everything in l…
 
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