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(#259) Jeff Pelizzaro is this week's featured guest.

Jeff is a licensed physical therapist, golf fitness professional, and authored the #1 Amazon Best-Selling book The Golfer’s Guide to a Bogey Proof Workout. 

He’s the co-founder of 18STRONG, a golf fitness website and podcast where the mission is simple:  Help golfers Train Harder, Practice Smarter, and Play Better Golf.

Combining instructional videos and podcast interviews with some of the best golfers and coaches in the world, 18STRONG is quickly becoming one of the top online resources for golfers looking to Think, Play, and Feel stronger on and off the course.

This week on the show, Jeff and I had a great chat about his highly successful approach to movement and strength with the golfers he works with. He shares his specific methods that allow for peak performance in the game of golf.

Here's what you'll learn about this week:

  • Jeff's backstory and how he ended up specializing in Golf Fitness
  • I share my own "golf story" that I've never shared before
  • How golf is a lot like kettlebells and weightlifting?
  • What Jeff enjoys most about working with the golf population
  • How strength training can improve golf performance
  • How he evaluates golfers to maximize performance
  • What body segments limit the golf swing the most?
  • His simple approach to better movement and strength
  • How he cautiously uses kettlebells in his training program
  • What he thinks about using the get-up for golfers
  • Benefits of the get-up for the golfer
  • What his "go-to" exercises are for golf performance
  • The method he uses to increase speed
  • His global approach to fixing low back pain
  • Misconceptions golfers have about strength training
  • Why hypertrophy training is actually a great thing for golfers
  • Examples of the young generation of golfers who are lifting heavy
  • Learn about the gold standard golf certification - The TPI
  • What to look for when looking for a golf fitness professional
  • Advice for coaches or trainers who are looking to work with golfers
  • Where to start on 18Strong.com?
  • Jeff's unconventional book recommendation
  • The takeaway action after listening to this interview...

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(#258) Tim Anderson, multi-book author and co-creator of Original Strength, returns to the podcast this week.

In this week's session, we discuss practical ways we can all move better, feel better, get stronger, and live a better life. The methods he teaches are simple, scalable, and valuable for all. So, this week Tim came back to the show to tell us about the latest advancements with the Original Strength system, as well as provide tactical tips and take-aways.

Here's what you learn this week:

  • A quick description of the mission Original Strength
  • What it means to "Press Reset"
  • How the OS system continues to advance
  • How the new book builds on previous work
  • Why the 3 pillars are foundations to great performance
  • How to progress and load the reset movements
  • Who the new "performance" system is designed for
  • What hooked NFL strength coach Chip Morton with OS?
  • Why simple neck nods are so powerful and deceptive
  • Understand the role of the vestibular system in performance
  • How and why to progress with vestibular training
  • What you need to keep your tongue on the roof of your mouth? (Huh?)
  • Nervous system vs. vestibular system?
  • Who can benefit the most from the new book?
  • Specific example of OS Performance in a lifting session
  • Learn "one of the deepest wells" of the OS system
  • A daily breathing practice that Tim recommends
  • Additional resources to learn about Original Strength
  • Great closing advice!

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(#257) Sue Falsone, author and performance training expert, joins the podcast this week for an in-depth discussion about her latest work.

Sue Falsone is the Founder of Structure and Function Education and Falsone Consulting and she's a return guest on the podcast.

She has an amazing background in Athletic Training, Physical Therapy, and Strength & Conditioning and now she’s the author of the amazing book “Bridging The Gap From Rehab To Performance.”

Here's what you'll learn about this week:

  • The highlight of her professional career
  • What was the most challenging time in her career
  • Looking back, is there anything she'd change?
  • What role does she identify with the most?
  • How she juggled the roles of clinician and strength & conditioning specialist
  • What it means to "bridge the gap"and why she wrote the book?
  • Who Sue says will benefit from her work the most
  • How to get the most from the book - no matter your background
  • Sue discusses her book writing process - how this book got done!
  • Her secret to getting things done (what works for her)
  • How her system was developed through the years
  • The seminar that initiated the system
  • The simple explanation of the "bridge the gap" system
  • An fundamental understanding of the process (or continuum)
  • Is there a most important part to this system?
  • A detailed explanation of the "pain to performance" system
  • What's most important to understand in the process?
  • Can this approach be applied to the non-athlete?
  • The truth about scientific evidence - and how to use it
  • What can be cone better in the research world
  • Understand the role of the nervous system in performance (good & bad)
  • How she uses breathing and relaxation practices
  • The 2 functions of the diaphragm muscle
  • How she incorporates breathing exercises herself
  • Thoughts about "the current state of physical therapy"
  • The BIG action step after hearing this interview...

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There's truly a gap between the rehab professional and the fitness professional.

Sue's new book helps to "bridge the gap" between each side.

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(#256) Dr. Ryan DeBell, founder of The Movement Fix, joins the podcast this week for a fantastic discussion about human movement.

Dr. DeBell is a chiropractor, seminar leader, writer, and creator of The Movement Fix. The Movement Fix is an educational website that teaches us how to master our body through better movement.

Here's what you'll learn about this week:

  • Why he doesn't identify with being a Chiropractor
  • How his passion in health and fitness all began with the Total Gym
  • How he merged his background in Technology & Health and Fitness
  • Why transitioning to a more digital learning environment
  • A "hint" about the big project he's been developing
  • Learn about the "Online" Movement Fix seminar
  • What's the big thing that people walk away with after the MF seminar
  • Can you assess your own movement?
  • What are the principles to satisfy a good squat pattern?
  • Why movement checklists aren't a good thing (according to Ryan)
  • What are the 3 most common movement issues?
  • Thoughts on spinal flexion (during movement and/or during lifts)
  • What he says is worse than spinal flexion?
  • What exercises he likes for back health
  • Most valuable exercises to improve movement
  • What exercise is often missed in training?
  • An exclusive "sneak preview" about his upcoming soft-tissue tool
  • Books he's recently read and recommends
  • 2 actionable takeaways from our interview (great stuff!)

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