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Petter Kukkonen is a Finnish combined skier who has finished his career and is the current head coach of the Finnish combined team. He represented in his career Lieksa Ski Club. Kukkonen competed in his career in four World Cup competitions in 2000 . The best ranking was 47. In the World Youth Championships, Kukkonen won gold in sprinting and team …
 
This podcast episode is sponsored by Fibion Inc. | The New Gold Standard for Sedentary Behaviour and Physical Activity Monitoring Learn more about Fibion: fibion.com/research --- Collect, store and manage SB and PA data easily and remotely - Discover new Fibion SENS Motion: https://sens.fibion.com/By paresearcher
 
Are former athletes any more physically active than people who never took part in competitive sport? Or is this even an important question to ask? In this second part of our conversation with Dr Erin Reifsteck, we explore the challenges and opportunities that athletes encounter when they leave the structured, competitive sport. Does the meaning of …
 
Robert (Bob) Bridger is a writer, consultant and teacher in Human Factors. He has a Ph.D in functional anatomy and biomechanics, an MSc in Ergonomics and a first degree in Psychology. His academic expertise is recognised in key areas of HFE including system safety and accident investigation, occupational biomechanics, work stress and Human Factors …
 
Liezel Hurter currently works at the School of Sport and Exercise Sciences, Liverpool John Moores University. Liezel does research in children's sedentary behaviour measurement and mental health and wellbeing ----------------------------------------- This podcast episode is sponsored by Fibion Inc. | The New Gold Standard for Sedentary Behaviour an…
 
As a coach Pirttiaho supporting people’s self-intelligence, empowerment, mental fitness and physical recovery and potential, leadership and communication abilities and meaningful being - as a person, entrepreneur or leader. Pirttiaho is a development and business oriented CPCC, PCC coach with 30 years experience in business and management as well a…
 
Athletic retirement is a much-studied topic, but only recently have researchers started to explore whether sport and physical activity remains part of retired athletes' lives. Do athletes still find sport and physical activity meaningful pursuits, and if so, how do they change their practice and relationship with them? What kind of identity changes…
 
Doctor Boris Gojanovic is a sports and exercise medicine physician, Health & Performance Medical Director at The Swiss Olympic Medical Centre, Hôpital de la Tour, Geneva. He looks after elite and adolescent athletes, and active people, and is involved in education in sports science & medicine, research and development activities. He is the editor o…
 
Amy has an undergraduate degree in Psychology from the University of Leeds, who undertook a work placement year at BiB in 2017, working on the ‘Primary School Years’.Amy is currently a PhD Student, working with the JU:MP team and Loughborough University. Her PhD will focus on developing and implementing an intervention to increase physical activity…
 
Day-to-day Work of Olympic Coach Petter Kukkonen is a Finnish combined skier who has finished his career and is the current head coach of the Finnish combined team. He represented in his career Lieksa Ski Club. Kukkonen competed in his career in four World Cup competitions in 2000 . The best ranking was 47. In the World Youth Championships, Kukkone…
 
In this second part of our conversation with Dr Ayse Yemiscigil, we explore how purpose in life and physical activity might relate to one another. The conversation draws on Ayse's recent article (co-authored with Ivo Vlaev) "The bidirectional relationship between sense of purpose in life and physical activity: a longitudinal study" showing that inv…
 
Dr Alexander Montoye is working as an Assistant professor of Clinical Exercise Physiology at Alma College, Michigan, U.S. His main research area involves physical activity monitoring devices. He studies the accuracy and reliability of various physical activity monitors and also uses them as intervention tools to help individuals become more physica…
 
Dr. Matteo Crotti has got his PhD from the Liverpool John Moores University. He has been involved in various research projects concerning children’s physical activity, motor skills and health. Furthermore, he conducted a study concerning the relationship between play behaviours and motor skills in preschool children. His early career researcher was…
 
As a coach Pirttiaho supporting people’s self-intelligence, empowerment, mental fitness and physical recovery and potential, leadership and communication abilities and meaningful being - as a person, entrepreneur or leader. Pirttiaho is a development and business oriented CPCC, PCC coach with 30 years experience in business and management as well a…
 
In this bonus episode we are covering new possibilities in research designs that are now possible with advances in sedentary behaviour and physical activity measurement technology. With the new IoT – Internet of Things devices – longitudinal data collection becomes considerably easier. More accurate data makes studies better in many ways and enable…
 
Today’s episode explores purpose in life and how it can relate to physical activity and work-life. We ask: How are meaning and purpose different? How is purpose in life connected to well-being? And how does socio-economic status influence who has access to meaningful experiences in work-life, and why is it perhaps related to meaningful leisure? Dr …
 
Understanding the philosophical debates around paradigms of qualitative research and finding one's position is one of the most challenging tasks for PhD students and early career researchers. In this episode, Dr Gareth Wiltshire explains the debates and how he came to position his work in critical realism, as well as how that position can be used i…
 
Melanie Trecek-King is an Associate Professor of Biology at Massasoit Community College in Massachusetts. Her passion for science education led her to create Thinking Is Power to provide accessible and engaging critical thinking information to the general public. In addition to her work in the classroom, Prof. Trecek-King is the Founder and Chair o…
 
As a coach Pirttiaho supporting people’s self-intelligence, empowerment, mental fitness and physical recovery and potential, leadership and communication abilities and meaningful being - as a person, entrepreneur or leader. Pirttiaho is a development and business oriented CPCC, PCC coach with 30 years experience in business and management as well a…
 
This is the second part of our conversation on the use of mindfulness in sport psychology, and what has been gained and lost when mindfulness migrated to the west. Mindfulness has become a panacea for well-being and performance in sport psychology, and many studies have documented its benefits for athletes. What is the problem, then? In the convers…
 
Dr Robert Bridger (Pt 2) - 21st Century Guidance for active work in the office and at home Robert (Bob) Bridger is a writer, consultant and teacher in Human Factors. He has a Ph.D in functional anatomy and biomechanics, an MSc in Ergonomics and a first degree in Psychology. His academic expertise is recognised in key areas of HFE including system s…
 
Liezel Hurter currently works at the School of Sport and Exercise Sciences, Liverpool John Moores University. Liezel does research in children's sedentary behaviour measurement and mental health and wellbeing ----------------------------------------- This podcast episode is sponsored by Fibion Inc. | The New Gold Standard for Sedentary Behaviour an…
 
Mika is a business coach and a sales and marketing professional. He is helping companies to grow and reach their full potential. He has previously said that he is on a mission to make life feel better for everybody. We are talking about sales and marketing in the health and fitness business. --- This podcast episode is sponsored by Fibion Inc. | Th…
 
Mindfulness has become a panacea for well-being and performance and is widely used in workplaces, schools... and sports. Many sport psychology studies have documented its benefits for athletes and it has become one of the main topics of sport psychology conferences. Despite all these benefits, many scholars and writers have expressed their reservat…
 
Dr Neil Cronin is an Associate Professor at University of Jyväskylä, Finland. His research interests centre generally around human locomotion and image processing. He has published numerous articles in both of these areas, often involving the use of ultrasound to study muscle-tendon function. Recently he has focussed particularly on the development…
 
Melanie Trecek-King is an Associate Professor of Biology at Massasoit Community College in Massachusetts. Her passion for science education led her to create Thinking Is Power to provide accessible and engaging critical thinking information to the general public. In addition to her work in the classroom, Prof. Trecek-King is the Founder and Chair o…
 
As a coach Pirttiaho supporting people’s self-intelligence, empowerment, mental fitness and physical recovery and potential, leadership and communication abilities and meaningful being - as a person, entrepreneur or leader. Pirttiaho is a development and business oriented CPCC, PCC coach with 30 years experience in business and management as well a…
 
Why should people lose their homes for a hockey game to happen? The Olympic Games has been celebrated as a way of bringing people together and providing inspiration for the spectators. However, it is rarely mentioned that in many host cities, hundreds if not thousands of people have been displaced from their homes for the Games to take place. As ou…
 
This is a short bonus episode, in which Olli Tikkanen explains about the current publishing schedule, and also asks for a small favor to review the episodes on Apple Podcasts. Publishing schedule "Normal episodes" are published on Tuesday, "Republication" are on Wednesdays, "Meaningful Sport" episodes are on Fridays, on Sundays "Practitioner's View…
 
The Inactivity Specialist – Dr. Paul Batman has worked in health, fitness and sport for over 40 years.For over 25 years Paul has presented at international conventions and conducted lectures, workshops and in house presentations in many countries throughout the world.Paul has written over a hundred articles on all aspects health and fitness and aut…
 
Dr. Matteo Crotti has got his PhD from the Liverpool John Moores University. He has been involved in various research projects concerning children’s physical activity, motor skills and health. Furthermore, he conducted a study concerning the relationship between play behaviours and motor skills in preschool children. His early career researcher was…
 
Jason is a Mayo Clinic certified wellness coach; he has a Master´s degree in exercise physiology and a certification in sports nutrition and strength and conditioning. How to coach someone who wants to improve their biometrics like blood-sugar levels, blood pressure, and blood-cholesterol levels and on top of that improve their overall well-being v…
 
The most recent Olympic Games in Tokyo were highly controversial for going forward despite the pandemic and resistance from the local community. Many debates have been held on whether those Games were a success or a failure, and importantly, for whom? The games were certainly exceptional due to the pandemic, but on the other hand, they were similar…
 
Weight loss in athletes and how to maintain muscle mass in the process. Dr Juha Hulmi is an associate professor in exercise physiology and science writer. He holds PhD in exercise physiology. Main research interests Muscle hypertrophy Muscle atrophy/wasting/cachexia Sports nutrition Exercise physiology Muscle metabolism and signaling Strength train…
 
In this episode Mika Fisk we will share his story, how sedentary behaviour changes started a snowball effect to other health behaviour changes. Mika also share his experiences and thoughts related to Fibion Sitting and Activity Analysis. Mika is a business coach and a sales and marketing professional. He is helping companies to grow and reach their…
 
Jason is a Mayo Clinic certified wellness coach; he has a Master´s degree in exercise physiology and a certification in sports nutrition and strength and conditioning. How to coach someone who wants to improve their biometrics like blood-sugar levels, blood pressure, and blood-cholesterol levels and on top of that improve their overall well-being v…
 
This is the second part of our conversation on storytelling in physical education with Jim Harte. In the past decade, Jim has worked with an innovative approach to physical education which is about inviting young people into a story and living that story throughout the school year. The story is lived through in songs (musical learning) and a perfor…
 
Dr Audrey Bergouignan has PhD in Physiology and Biology of Organisms. She holds a permanent researcher position at French National Centre for Scientific Research and leads international lab between University of Colorado and CNRS. Their research goals are to understand the mechanisms by which sedentary behaviors contribute to the development and pr…
 
Amanda Daley is a Professor of Behavioural Medicine and an NIHR Research Professor in Public Health. Amanda is also the Director of the Centre for Lifestyle Medicine and Behaviour (CLiMB). Her work is focused on investigating the effects of lifestyle interventions on health outcomes. Amanda has a particular interest in testing lifestyle interventio…
 
Petter Erik Nyvoll, co-founder of AweSM sales and marketing, is the sales expert who helps coaches, consultants and experts reach millions of people, and sell out their programs and courses. For the past 30 years, he has sold everything from scratchcards to investment opportunities, and everything in between. B2B, B2C, over the counter, through net…
 
What if physical education was about inviting young people into a story and living that story through the school year? This is an approach that coach and teacher Jim Harte developed in his long career as a PE teacher. The story is lived through in songs (musical learning) and a performance that finishes the school year. In this episode, Jim Harte r…
 
Highlights of the podcast - this is republication of episode published earlier. --- Emmanuel Stamatakis is Professor of Physical Activity, Lifestyle, and Population Health at The University of Sydney. Emmanuel leads a research program of epidemiologic and interventional research investigating how lifestyles and health related behaviours (physical a…
 
Dr Foster has gone from being a PE teacher in a secondary school to one of the world's leading experts in the field, regularly advising the Government on how best to get the UK moving and in turn improve public health. Since joining the University of Bristol in 2017, his main research focus has been on leading scientific reviews to update the curre…
 
Petter Erik Nyvoll, co-founder of AweSM sales and marketing, is the sales expert who helps coaches, consultants and experts reach millions of people, and sell out their programs and courses. For the past 30 years, he has sold everything from scratchcards to investment opportunities, and everything in between. B2B, B2C, over the counter, through net…
 
This is the second part of our conversation with Tim Jones on learning and development in football Academies. It is well-established that sport participation involves many other forms of learning beyond sports skills. But are these learning experiences exclusively 'positive'? Are they mainly 'caught' or 'taught'? Should coaches intentionally introd…
 
Highlights of the podcast - this is republication of episode published earlier. --- [Apologies for the non-optimal sound quality] ‘Findings ways to self-regulate physical activity and other health behaviours to maximise well-being (during and beyond the Corona virus crisis)’. Dr Adrian Taylor is Professor in Health Services Research at University o…
 
Dr Foster has gone from being a PE teacher in a secondary school to one of the world's leading experts in the field, regularly advising the Government on how best to get the UK moving and in turn improve public health. Since joining the University of Bristol in 2017, his main research focus has been on leading scientific reviews to update the curre…
 
Amanda Daley is a Professor of Behavioural Medicine and an NIHR Research Professor in Public Health. Amanda is also the Director of the Centre for Lifestyle Medicine and Behaviour (CLiMB). Her work is focused on investigating the effects of lifestyle interventions on health outcomes. Amanda has a particular interest in testing lifestyle interventio…
 
Academy football in the UK is a controversial context that many researchers have described as hierarchical, short-termist and embodying hegemonic notions of masculinity. Previously in this podcast, some conversations have been held on talented athletes’ experiences in these contexts and issues of identity foreclosure and progressive alienation from…
 
Highlights of the podcast - this is republication of episode published earlier. --- Dr Amanda Rebar - PA | SB | Behaviour Change | Habit | Automatic Evaluations Dr Amanda Rebar is senior lecturer at Central Queensland University, Australia and director of the Motivation of Health Behaviours (MoHB) Lab. She has experience providing evidence-based gu…
 
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