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The Physical Performance Show

Why? To inspire people to achieve their physical best performance through candid interviews with the world’s best and most inspiring physical performers. What: We delve into how top physical performers achieve success and the highs and lows of the journey in getting there. Thanks for listening. Please leave a review if you enjoyed the show and share it with your training mates. Twitter: @Brad_Beer Instagram: @Brad_Beer www.pogophysio.com.au running.physio
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Now displaying: June, 2016
Jun 30, 2016

In this episode of The Physical Performance Show I have a fire-side chat with Masters Bodybuilding Champion, Rob Quatro.

Listen in as we delve into the following:

  • Introduction Rob Quatro
  • Robbie’s natural optimism
  • Robbie’s greatest fitness accomplishment
  • How Robbie skipped the amateur step of a boxing career and went straight into a professional fighting career
  • How Robbie first turned down the Vegas Musclemania World competition
  • Robbie’s conversation with Mike Tyson
  • What sort of preparation Robbie goes through for a competition.
  • Robbie’s typical day two weeks out of competition.
  • The unhealthy side of bodybuilding
  • Robbie’s Sporting Bucket List
  • Robbie’s focus on recovery
  • Personal Bucket list items

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Jun 13, 2016

In this episode of The Physical Performance Show I have a fire-side chat with AUS Marathon Representative, Melanie Panayiotou

Listen in as we delve into the fo!llowing:

  • What is the scariest thing that you have done?
  • What was the scariest thing that you saw at the zoo?
  • What has been the single most running accomplishment to date?
  • How did you first get started in sport?
  • How Mel got a Commonwealth qualifying time in her first marathon
  • Did you always have an interest in veterinary science?
  • What was some of your earlier races like?
  • How Mel found out that she had a defect in her back
  • About Dick Telford, Mel’s coach
  • Mel’s Training regime
  • How Mel coped with a massive injury
  • Missing out on the Rio selections
  • Mel’s Favourite things
  • What keeps Mel going
  • What is on Mel’s personal bucket list
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Jun 11, 2016

In this episode of The Physical Performance Show I have a fire-side chat with Redbull Crashed Ice Athlete, Luke 'AussieCrasher' Webb - Australia's first Red Bull Crashed Ice athlete.

Listen in as we delve into the fo!llowing:

  • What is Ice Crash Downhill?
  • What is the history and how did the sport start? 
  • Redbull is the major sponsor behind the sport
  • How did you come across the sport and how did you start to do it?
  • Have you ever been on ice skates previously?
  • When did you first set skate on an ice crash course?
  • Describe the course in New Brunswick?
  • How Luke reached the top 64 in February 2016
  • What is the crushed ice tour?
  • Are Crushed Ice Athletes full time athletes or do they work as well?
  • When does the next competition start?
  • How Luke got championship points to get into the next tour.
  • Luke's full time job is as a Chemical Metallurgy Engineer, what do you do in Metallurgy?
  • What does your training look like?
  • How Luke trains in Australia (a hot climate)
  • Why Rollerblading on a BMX track makes great training
  • Has there been a period in your career where your training has waned?
  • What does your family think of the sport?
  • What Sports Luke played growing up?
  • How Luke got sponsorship?
  • Luke is the top ranked athlete in Australia.
  • The sport is looking at becoming an Olympic Sport
  • Why the St Paul Track was the most extreme
  • Why Luke Skated Hard and Landed Hard!
  • The Top Speeds are 65 to 75km per hour.
  • Why Luke wants to be his best self!
  • What are the other extreme sports that inspire you?
  • What is on Luke's sporting bucket list?

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Jun 2, 2016

In this episode of The Physical Performance Show I have a fire-side chat with superbike champion and legend Troy Bayliss (Three Times World Superbike Champion, British Superbike Champion, MotoGP Winner, & 52 World Superbike wins!)

Listen in as we delve into the following:

  • What scares the fastest man on 2 wheels
  • a  remarkable 33% win/start ratio
  • Riding the bike like a piano
  • Why Troy took until age 35yrs to understand himself as an athlete
  • Cornering at 65-80km/hr at the slowest
  • Riding was like your in a push up position with someone sitting on your back
  • Hitting a top speed of 347km/hr
  • Why crashing at 80km/hr cab be better than crashing at 160km/hr
  • More skin off on push bikes than motorcycles
  • How troy has been hurt more riding dirt bikes in the last 4 years
  • 'I was always superior but I used to leave it out there in the training'
  • Racing against Max Biaggi as a rival
  • Why Troy sometimes didn’t sleep well
  • Marrying Kym Troy’s childhood sweetheart
  • The role of Darrell Healy and the Ducati team, Troy’s team manager who through until the end of Troy’s career never took a cent as a manager
  • Receiving a British Superbike invitation
  • Riding against Carl Fogarty as a rival, and why Troy wanted his job
  • Racing Monza 2000
  • The 1st professional win at Hockenheim Germany after meeting the team 2wks before.
  • Winning the first World Superbike championship title at 28yrs, in 2001 & what was going through Troy's head
  • Winning at MotoGP
  • Staying hungry for three World championship titles
  • Making the difficult decision to retire, knowing that potentially there were another two world titles to win.
  • Life after the motorbike-cycling, family, and business.
  • What’s next for Troy Bayliss.
  • The Troy Bayliss Classic 
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Jun 2, 2016

In this episode of The Physical Performance Show Brad Beer catches up with Caine Eckstein-  Nutri Grain Ironman Champion, 5 x Coolangatta Gold Winner, & World pull Up Record Holder.

In this episode you will enjoy discussion around:

  • what scares Caine Eckstein the most?
  • what has Caine doing 500 pull ups for breakfast on the morning of the interview?
  • favourite sporting achievement: winning the Coolangatta Gold at 19yrs of age as the first open event coming out of the U/19’s in the 2005 edition of the race. Notably 2005 was the rebirth of the iconic Coolangatta Gold, the first race since 1987 
  • Growing up in Mermaid Beach with an older brother Shannon Eckstein, and father Billy as club coach at Surfers Paradise Surf Life-Saving Club as coach through until 19 years of age.
  • Eating dinner with pride if a good session had been achieved that day in training.
  • How mum Donna deals with two ultra competitive brothers
  • The role of late-father Billy Eckstein getting Caine and Shannon onto paddle boards at 7yrs of age.
  • The effect of losing Caine's father at 20 years of age, the significance of Billy watching Caine's first Coolangatta Gold win, and the subsequent period of not knowing what Caine was racing for.
  • Winning the 2011/12 Nutri Grain Surf Life Saving series championship. The highlight being winning the 6th race of the series in a dominant display winning the 5 races of the eliminator at Noosa that day.
  • foray into triathlon from ironman surf competition with a wildcard to the 2013 Hawaii Ironman Triathlon, at Kona.
  • Tackling the Hawaii Ironman triathlon with just 12 weeks of bike training, leading the swim, and then needing to withdraw on the run due to injury.
  • the 2014 Guiness Book of World Records Pull Up journey to New York, idea genesis, to setting the 12 and 24hr World Pull Ups Record on live on the NBC Today Show (any footage of this would be great to link to) after completing 4210 pull ups in 12 hours.
  • How Caine managed to keep ging after tearing biceps at the 7 hour mark.
  • opportunities that came off the back of the World Record attempt, including being named in the Fox Sports  'What the Fox' top 5 news articles of the year 
  • the difference between pull ups and chin ups
  • dealing with further World Record attempts with the record now elevated to  6,800 for 24hrs 
  • The upcoming record attempt June 15th Wednesday morning, finishing June 16th, airing on The Today Show (link to recent appearance on Today Show with Karl and Lisa) 
  • Upcoming release of Caine’s app
  • The strategy for the upcoming world record attempt, and training doing 2500 reps in a day, 1hr 10mins to do 1,000 pull ups.
  • Caine’s bucket list sporting and personally

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