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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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Feb 27, 2018
In episode 99 of The Physical Performance Show Brad Beer has a conversation with Nathan 'Carnage' Corbett - 11x World Muay Thai Kickboxing Champion.  

Nathan ‘Carnage’ Corbett started Martial Arts with karate as a young teenager and this lead him into boxing followed by Muay Thai. Nathan rose to international promise and from there he went on an absolute dynamite role. Nathan has an incredible record, 44 total knockouts, 59 wins, 15 decisions, 5 losses and 1 no contest.

During this episode Nathan shares the highs, the lows and of course the learnings on what has been a remarkable career. We start at the start with Nathan in the school playground and we traverse his journey right through to current day where Nathan is currently managing some of the niggles, strains and pains associated with his professional Muay Thai kickboxing career.  

Listen in as we delve into the following:
  • Starting in Martial Arts
  • Dealing with increased expectations
  • What drew Nathan to Martial Arts
  • Gökhan Saki Fight
  • UFC Boom in recent years
  • How Carnage became a Nickname
  • Using Elbows as a fighter
  • First Amateur Fight
  • Injuries and recovery
  • The void after finishing competition
  • Healing from Bone Spurs in the Hips
  • Performance Round
  • Focus these days and moving to USA
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Feb 21, 2018
In episode 98 of The Physical Performance Show Brad Beer has a conversation with Ben Kanute - Olympic Triathlete, Silver Medallist 70.3 World Triathlon Championships.  

Ben has had some break out performances in 2017. He took out the Silver Medal in 70.3 World Triathlon championships in 2017, Ben then went on to take out the Island House Invitational Triathlon series in the Bahamas with a sprint finish with Terenzo Bozzone. Ben is a regular face on the World Triathlon series and also has featured in the Super Triathlete Series.

During this episode Ben shares the origins of his sport, his love of triathlon, insights into his training, performance round as well as the highs and the lows of his burgeoning career to date.

Listen in as we delve into the following:
  • Introduction Ben Kanute
  • Triathletes that Ben looked up to.
  • Keeping the patience
  • Racing on the Gold Coast
  • 70.3 World Championships
  • Running Pace and Wattage
  • Racing against Terenzo Bozzone
  • Studying Physiology at University
  • Working with a coach
  • Darkest Day in competing
  • Performance Round
  • Funniest thing Ben has seen while training
  • Strength Training
  • Best Advice
  • Physical Challenge
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Feb 14, 2018
In episode 97 of The Physical Performance Show Brad Beer has a conversation with Ben St Lawrence - AUS 10,000 Record Holder & Dual Olympian.  

Ben St Lawrence’s career is impressive, he is the fastest Australian ever over 10,000m.  He is also a dual Olympic representative for Australia in the 10,000m.  Ben has raced two world Cross Country Championships, 2 World Athletics Championships and 2 Commonwealth Games.

During this episode we unpack Ben’s junior running years, his emergence into his university years, the partying and drinking and the turning point.  We discover what it took to go from spectator to Commonwealth Games Representative and Olympian.  The recovery required after surgery for a Hamstring injury.  We also touch on Ben’s involvement and passion for Runcrew as well as the Highs and Lows of what is a remarkable career to date.  There is so much gold in this episode that should not be missed.

Listen in as we delve into the following:
  • Running Personal Bests
  • Growing up in the Blue Mountains
  • Getting into serious running
  • Where the running genes came from
  • The Party years and hitting Rock Bottom
  • Getting Healthy again
  • From being a fan to racing next to idols
  • Qualifying for Olympic Games
  • Running a Personal Best
  • Struggling with Injury
  • Performance Race Highlights
  • Performance Round Questions
  • Run Crew Coaching
  • Transformation Story from Run Crew
  • Running too hard during a marathon
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Feb 6, 2018
In episode 96 of The Physical Performance Show Emily George sits down with Lori Forner - Physiotherapist for this exclusive Women's Health Edition.  Lori is a physiotherapist with a passion for pelvic health.  During this episode Lori unpacks in detail explaining pelvic health, abdominal separation, exercise during pregnancy, running during and after pregnancy and some of the common symptoms that many women suffer from that they may not need to.  This is an episode not to be missed discussing everything pelvic health.
 
Listen in as we delve into the following:
  • How Lori got started in Physiotherapy
  • Pelvic Floor Explained
  • Connective Tissue
  • Changes to the Pelvic Floor during pregnancy
  • Pelvic Floor exercises during pregnancy
  • Running throughout pregnancy
  • Abdominal Separation
  • How activities can affect abdominal separation
  • Managing abdominal separation after birth
  • Returning to exercise after baby
  • Common symptoms
  • Running guidelines after birth
  • Tips for a speedy pelvic floor recovery
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Feb 1, 2018
In episode 95 of The Physical Performance Show Brad Beer sits down with Curtis McGrath - Paralympic KL2 Champion, 6 x World Champion Paracanoe (OAM). At age 24 years in 2012, Curtis tragically lost both legs after stepping on a homemade improvised explosive device in a blast in Afghanistan while on active duty as a Combat Engineer. 

This is an inspiring story where Curtis went on to become a Gold medallist in the 2016 Rio Paralympic Games 200m KL2 sprint canoe (4 years to day post incident), he is a Paracanoe world champion (5 years to date of injury) and Invictus Games Ambassador.

 
Listen in as we delve into the following:
  • paddling with sharks in the lake
  • growing up in Queenstown as a teenager
  • moving to Australia
  • exiting the military after 12 years
  • the first introduction to kayaking and developing a respect of the water
  • enlisting in the AUS military in 2006 and the first deployment to East Timor
  • the rigours of jungle training
  • leaving a legacy of East Timor with humanitarian work
  • deployment to Afghanistan in 2012 as a Combat Engineer in the Australian Defence Force
  • an incident in Afghanistan that resulted in Curtis losing both of his legs
  • being the paramedic for himself-telling mates how to put tourniquets on legs
  • extent of injuries
  • declaring that his mates would see him in the Paralympics in the green and gold
  • Performance Round and so much more
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