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On episode 88 we speak with Jason Avedesian, a third year PhD student in Biomechanics at UNLV. We speak with him extensively regarding his research and the very real link between concussions and the likelihood of a future lower extremity injury such as an ACL tear. Jason is incredibly bright and we learned a lot on this episode. If you would like t…
 
Scot and Daniel talk about why taking a generalist approach to many aspects of life is often advantageous over a specialist approach to problem solving. There are very few instances when a specialist approach will yield more benefits over that of a generalist. However, it is important to have both depth and breadth in your area of expertise and bey…
 
On episode 86 we speak with Coach Faer about the impressive synergistic and collaborative set up that the Cleveland Indians franchise employees top to bottom across the player performance aspect of the organization. We also talk shop on a lot of S&C topics directly related to baseball, and beyond! You can connect with Coach Faer on Twitter at @Ryan…
 
On episode 85, we speak with author of the new book "Breathe to Perform," on why learning and teaching athletes and clients the proper way to breathe is so important. Without the correct approach to breathing, nothing else that we do will be as effective. We also spoke about the upcoming 100mile race that YOU can help be a part of to impact our nex…
 
Dr. Fergus Connolly is author of the books The Process: The Methodology, Philosophy & Principles of Coaching Winning teams. 59 Lessons: Working with the World's Greatest Coaches, Athletes, & Special Forces. And The Happiness Handbook for High Achievers: Stocis, Circles & Sheepdogs. He is also a performance coach, keynote speaker, TED Talk speaker, …
 
On episode 83 we spoke with the current president of the American College of Sports Medicine, Dr. Nicole Keith. Dr. Keith is also the Associate Dean of Faculty Affairs at the IUPUI School of Health and Human Sciences, as well as a researcher at the IU Center for Aging Research. Dr. Keith holds a PhD in Kinesiology and Exercise Science from the Univ…
 
On episode 82 we spoke with Dr. Allison Randall, the current strength & conditioning coach for Vanderbilt University. Dr. Randall is a SCCC, CSCS, OLY, USAW, and FMSC certified coach and holds a PhD in Instructional Design and Technology from Virginia Tech, and a Master's in Health, Human Performance & Recreation from Pittsburg State University. Sh…
 
On episode 81 we spoke with Dr. Nicole Detling. Mental Performance Coach for the Real Salt Lake, Utah Royals FC, USA Nordic, USA Archery, and owner of Head Strong Consulting. Dr. Detling is also a renowned speaker and author. We spoke on all aspects of mental training both in sport and life and why when we think of "mental toughness" it may not be …
 
On episode 80 we speak with the current athletic trainer for the professional soccer team, Austin Bold FC of the USL Championship league. We speak with Raiza about her duties with the Austin Bold, about how ATs can and should work with other professions, and about the unique career paths that ATs can achieve. We also speak on what she has done in h…
 
On episode 79 we brought on teacher, coach, and speaker, Kurt Hines. Coach Hines is currently the head high school football coach of the Coronado Islanders. We talked about all things leadership and what we can do to lead those we work with daily forward during and beyond these difficult times. Coach Hines provides a wealth of knowledge and great i…
 
Dan Fichter is PE teacher & coach focusing on the nervous and vestibular systems to get athletes fast! He is better known as WannaGetFast on Twitter @WGF1 and on Facebook. You can find his videos on the Track and Football Consortium website here: http://trackfootballconsortium.com/shop/. We talk in depth about how to train the vestibular and nervou…
 
On episode 77 of the Die Healthier Podcast, we spoke with the CEO of the Institute of Clinical Excellence (ICE), Dr. Jeff Moore. Dr. Moore received his doctorate of physical therapy degree with high honors from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences. Most recently he completed his Fellowship training in orthopedic manual therapy throug…
 
On episode 76 we bring on the highly intelligent strength and conditioning coach, Keir Wenham-Flatt. Keir has previously worked with several professional rugby teams across four different continents and is currently the Director of Athletics Performance & Coordinator of Football Performance at the College of William & Mary. We talk on many topics o…
 
On episode 75 we bring back the always brilliant and always engaging, Dennis Mangan. We speak on a multitude of topics from resistance training to seed oils to the sun to iron. We had a great talk and as always Dennis provides a wealth of science-backed information. You can follow PD on Twitter @Mangan150 and you can get his books or sign up for hi…
 
Coach Aratari is currently the strength and conditioning coach at Next Level Rochester, the Penfield Patriots high school, and is the state director of the New York National High School Strength Coaches Association. We talk all things S&C, his training philosophy, and much more. You can follow him on Twitter @JoeAratari and on instagram @joearatari…
 
Coach Smith is currently the Strength & Conditioning Coordinator and OL/DL Football Coach at Southside High School in Batesville, Arkansas, as well as the owner of Smith Performance. We had a great chat on all things high school S&C. Coach Smith drops tons of useful information and this episode is a MUST listen for any S&C coach or high school spor…
 
Clay Bewley is currently the strength, speed, and conditioning coach at Estrella Foothills High School in Goodyear, Arizona. Coach Bewley was named the National High School Strength & Conditioning Association's 2019 Rocky Mountain Regional Coach of the Year. We talk all things programming, and his training philosophy. You can follow and connect wit…
 
On episode 71 of the Die Healthier podcast we spoke with Coach Nick Giblin. Nick is currently the Sports Performance Coach at Calvary Christian High School in Clearwater Florida. We spoke on all things high school S&C and touched on the difference between the high school setting and the college/pro setting. Scot Gubbels on Twitter @Gubbsco and on I…
 
On episode 70 we spoke with Tom Maesaka on all things Reflexive Performance Reset (RPR) and the very fascinating field of neurochiropractic. Tom is currently a chiropractic student with an emphasis in neurology. He has a background in personal training and corrective exercise application. As always you can connect with us: Scot Gubbels on Twitter @…
 
On episode 69 Scot and I talk about how we started a podcast. We are by no means experts and there are many ways to go about this, but we run through the equipment we use, what has worked for us, what types of issues we ran into and some advice from our 68 previous episodes. As always you can connect with us: Scot Gubbels on Twitter @Gubbsco and on…
 
On episode 58 of the Die Healthier Podcast we bring back ultra-marathon runner Dakota Jones to talk on running, life, and a few other odds and ends. You can follow Dakota on Twitter & Instagram @thatdakotajones. As always you can connect with us: Scot Gubbels on Twitter @Gubbsco and on Instagram @scottyg17 and Daniel Flahie on Twitter & Instagram @…
 
Cody Hughes is currently the director of strength & conditioning at the Madison Academy in Madison, Alabama. Cody has S&C experience at the college level including work in the SEC and also works as a graphic designer and consultant primarily for developing amazing weight room and S&C logos. We touched on several topics including the current state o…
 
On episode 56 we had the great pleasure of speaking with Dr. Mona Shattell, the current Associate Dean of the John Hopkins School of Nursing in Baltimore, Maryland. Dr. Shattell currently focuses her research on the under-served population of long haul truck drivers, focusing on their mental health and well-being. We speak with her over this topic …
 
Dr. Clary joined us for episode 55. He is currently the owner of A Functional Life, a multidisciplinary health care clinic in New Brighton Minnesota. He has a long history of work as an academic and has worked with numerous professional and Olympic level teams and athletes. He is also an avid and competitive power lifter. He is also the creator of …
 
Mike Boyle is a legend in the strength & conditioning field and as worked with all levels of athletes including NCAA division 1 and professional level. He is a world renowned speaker and author of two highly sought after books Advances in Functional Training and New Functional Training for Sports. He currently owns Mike Boyle Strength & Conditionin…
 
On episode 53 we spoke with the brilliant founder of MovNat and author of the recent book The Practice of Natural Movement. We speak on the underlying principles of what it means to move naturally, why it is so important to get back to moving how we are designed to move, being in nature, and how this can help all other areas of fitness such as spor…
 
On episode 52 we have Dr. Stillman on again to talk about several fascinating topics which create the framework of his brand new fitness program polar bear fitness which you can find at polarbear.fitness This is a great program and both Scot and I highly recommend. Head to the site, join the program, and start thriving today! You can learn more abo…
 
Jason is currently the director of coaching for Carmichael Training Systems, which specializes in cycling, trathlons, and ultrarunning. Jason has coached some of the world's best ultra-marathon runners including Dakota Jones and Kaci Lickteig. We talked about several of the myths and misconceptions surrounding ultramarathons, how to train and prepa…
 
We had the pleasure of speaking with the brilliant Dr. Stillman on several topics regarding what we can do to live a happier and healthier life. This episode was chalk full of all kinds of practical tidbits you can take with you to help develop or improve your health strategies. You can follow Dr. Stillman on Twitter @StillmanMD You can also check …
 
we spoke with Arianna Luther, an Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach at the University of Nevada. Coach Luther has previously worked as a graduate assistant at TCU, UCF, and several other locations. We spoke on her S&C philosophy, how her personal struggles with shoulder surgeries and her faith has helped shape who she is as a person and a co…
 
On episode 48 we had the pleasure of speaking with legendary speed coach, Lee Taft. We spoke in depth on the biomechanics of speed and what to look for as a coach. We also touched on change of direction & agility as well as the differences between "pushers" and "pullers" in regards to sprinters and what the typical injuries of each are. You can lea…
 
Erica is a strength and conditioning coach based out of Baltimore, Maryland. She is a strong advocate for Long Term Athletic Development, and also spends a significant amount of time teaching soccer skills, and is an avid writer. We talked on many topics including LTAD, youth training, and why you should quit trying to be so entitled and just put i…
 
Alex is the former head strength and conditioning coach with Dakota State University. He currently works with chiropractors in the Minneapolis area, and also works as a personal trainer and the regional breath belt director for the Twin Cities. Alex is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), and is also Level 1 and 2 Reflexive Perf…
 
On episode 45 we bring back our guest from episode 43 to discuss EMF waves. This is by far one of the most interesting and unique podcasts we have done and guaranteed to make you think. You can learn more about Dylan at https://optimalcircadianhealth.com/ and on Youtube at Optimal Circadian Health. You can follow and connect with us: Scot Gubbels o…
 
Jeff Bramhall is the COO of Reflexive Performance Reset. We talk on how he discovered RPR, what it did for him, and his subsequent work with the company along with the differences and similarities between RPR and Be Activated. We also touch on the highwire act many of us follow of blending peer-reviewed research, with anecdotal evidence and experie…
 
Dylan is a 4th year medical student and founder of Optimal Circadian Health. We had a fascinating talk about melatonin, blue light, and ways to improve your sleep quality, as well as how poor sleep is closely associated with a plethora of diseases. You can find out more about how to optimize your sleep at https://optimalcircadianhealth.com/ and on …
 
Joey is currently the associate football strength and conditioning coach at Texas Tech University. He holds a masters degree and is CSCS, DNS, FRCms, FRA, Kinstretch, Metabolic Analytics & Kinetic Chain certified. We speak in depth about the principles behind functional range conditioning and how he implements it with his players. We also talk abou…
 
Joy Kiddie is a registered dietitian offering both in-person and distance -based consultations. She is registered with the College of Dietitians of British Columbia and the College of Dietitians of Alberta as well as a member of the Canadian Clinicians for Therapeutic Nutrition. She currently resides and practices in Vancouver, British Columbia. We…
 
We speak with chiropractic student, Stephen Peltier and dive deep into the science behind breathing, our stress response, and how are emotions can be stored in our fascial tissue. We also dive into how we can potentially hack our own, and others' nervous and endocrine systems to better deal with stress and live a healthier and happier life. As you …
 
Monica is a mother, wife, and business owner who took her health into her own hands. She is now a Crossfit level 1 trainer who works primarily with other female clients to help them crush their own fitness goals. You can follow her on Instagram @coakleymonica As always you can connect with us Scot Gubbels on Twitter @Gubbsco and on Instagram @scott…
 
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