Keto, Carnivore, Vegetable Oils; w/ Dr. Anthony Gustin Anthony Gustin, DC, MS, founder and CEO of Equip Foods and Perfect Keto, co-founder (with me) of Health Fit Business and Movement Providers and my co-author of the Daily Growth Journal. In...read more
The Low Back, Part 2; w/ Dr. Stuart McGill Dr. Stuart McGill, PhD, guests this week on Movement Fix Podcast. He has previously been on the podcast for part 1 on the low back. Dr. McGill is a world-renowned lecturer, (recently retired) professor,...read more
Mobility vs Flexibility: What's the difference? In this week's podcast we discuss the differences between mobility and flexibility. These terms are often used 'softly' and without clear definitions. This makes it hard to know exactly what...read more
5 Simple Things You Can Do to Be Healthier This week's podcast is a little different. Instead of having a guest or discussing a topic, I decided to share some tips on how to be healthier. I'd love to hear from you in the comments if this is a...read more
Adaptability, Movement Work, and Training; w/ Dr. Jacob Harden Dr. Jacob Harden, founder of Prehab101 and of the extremely popular instagram account @dr.jacob.harden joins this week on Movement Fix Podcast. Jacob is a chiropractor out of Florida...read more
Two Paths of Fitness; w/ James FitzGerald James FitzGerald, founder of OPEX Fitness, joins this week on Movement Fix Podcast. In this episode we discuss: Two paths of fitness Longevity vs maximum physical output Why no diet is right for every...read more
Mobility, Strength Training, and Simplicity; w/ Travis Jewett DC...read more
Hip Anatomy, Squatting, Isolated Muscle Activation; w/ Brent Brookbush Brent Brookbush, DPT, joins this week on Movement Fix Podcast. In the episode we discuss: The Best Kept Secret: Why People have to squat differently Our disagreements and...read more
Mobility, Stability, and ACSM In this episode of Movement Fix Podcast, I explain a little about what happened with our YouTube channel, make two big announcements, and discuss mobility, stability, and the joint by joint approach. Two Big Announcements:...read more
85 - Cortisol Testing and Regulation, Adrenal Fatigue, Integrative Medicine; w/ Jaime Schehr, ND, RD
Cortisol Testing and Regulation, Adrenal Fatigue, Integrative Medicine; w/ Jaime Schehr, ND, RD Jaime Schehr, ND, RD Dr. Jaime Schehr, a nationally recognized expert in integrative medicine and nutrition holds duel licenses as a Naturopathic Physician and...read more
Nutrition, Fasting, Keto; w/ Mike Molloy, PhD Mike Molloy This episode I am joined by guest Mike Molloy, who has also appeared on episode 62. Mike is a PhD in immunology and microbiology and previously worked at the National Institute of Health studying...read more
Dave Tilley, physical therapist, author, researcher, and gymnastics coach guests on this episode of The Movement Fix Podcast.
In this episode we get into the following topics:
- Stretching myths
- Strengthening for gymnastics
- Controversies in the sport of gymnastics
- Epigenetics and stress
Dan Pope, DPT, is one of the most humble guys I've met. He is incredibly sharp and can olympic lift, carry atlas stones, and perform gymnastic movements with the best of them.
If you want to learn more about knees from Dan, he has a training program and educational course I recommend here.read more
Pacing, Running, Programming; w/ Chris Hinshaw Chris Hinshaw Chris Hinshaw, owner of Aerobic Capacity, was an All American swimmer and finisher of 10 Ironman triathlons. Chris' top finishes include 2nd place overall at the Hawaiian Ironman World...read more
Rika is an incredible athlete born and raised in South Africa. She grew up running hurdles, barefoot, before moving to Kansas to run hurdles in college.
Her dream as a child was to run hurdles in the olympics for her country.
After several back to back injuries, likely resulting from having to run in shoes on a track (vs barefoot on grass in South Africa), she made the transition to rowing. The story of how that transition occurred is incredible.read more