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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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Dec 26, 2018

Dr. Cunnington is a Specialist Sleep Physician who is the co-Director of Melbourne Sleep Disorders Centre. It is a Multi-Disciplinary Sleep Clinic for the diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders. Dr. Cunnington undertook his training in sleep medicine both in Australia and also at Harvard Medical School, Boston. In addition to David’s training in sleep medicine he has an international qualification in behavioural sleep medicine using non drug treatments to manage sleep. Dr. Cunnington is a prolific media spokesperson, you can find him on radio, TV, his own podcast and he is a sort out expert commentator on sleep as well as being a national and international key note speaker.

This is an episode not to be missed especially if you’ve ever wondered about your sleep. Are you getting enough? Is it the best quality? How can you improve it? This episode will challenge your perceptions about your own sleep and perhaps liberate you to approach sleep differently and to not be so dogmatic about the do’s and don’ts.

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This episode is sponsored by Sanitarium PB. Looking to achieve your personal best? Sanitarium PB can help. This refreshing drink contains 32g of protein per serve to help with muscle recovery, when included as part of a balanced diet.  

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Dec 16, 2018

Nick Symmonds is a remarkable athlete who has had an outstanding career. Nick’s resume boasts 5 outdoor World Championships, 2 Indoor World Championships representing the US, 6x US 800M National Titles, 2x Olympic Games and 1 Silver Medal at the 2013 World Athletics Championships in the 800m. Nick is also well known for his advocacy work in advocating for the rights of professional athletes and in one instance Nick boycotted his selection for the 2015 World Athletic Championships on the basis of his advocacy work. Nick also is the CEO and the Founder of Run Gum, an Energy Company whose mission is to fuel and inspire people to make the most out of their busy days.

During this episode Nick shares around how to channel a champion’s mindset, dealing with self-doubt, his perseverance and dedication, the psychology of performance along with the highs, lows and learnings.

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This episode is sponsored by Sanitarium PB. Looking to achieve your personal best? Sanitarium PB can help. This refreshing drink contains 32g of protein per serve to help with muscle recovery, when included as part of a balanced diet.  

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Dec 15, 2018

Matt Fitgerald is an acclaimed endurance sports and nutrition writer. He is the Author of the Best Selling books “Racing Weight” and “How Bad Do you Want It?” Matt is a Regular Columnist for magazines such as Competitor, Bicycle and Men’s Health Triathlete Men’s Journal, Outside Runners World and Women’s Health. Most recently Matt co-authored his latest book called “80/20 Triathlon” which is a further exploration of the theme of the best-selling 80/20 Running.

In this conversation Matt shares around the concept that if you want to run faster then why it is important to slow down. Through research analysis and then output into a version that is reader friendly in 80/20 running, Matt will explain why the secret of becoming a speedier runner is going slow most of the time. It is contradictory but as Matt explains in today’s conversation, it is a habit and a training principle that has withstood the ages and underpins the performance of the world’s best runners today. Simply put, running too hard Matt believes is the single most common and detrimental mistake that runners make.

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This episode is sponsored by Sanitarium PB. Looking to achieve your personal best? Sanitarium PB can help. This refreshing drink contains 32g of protein per serve to help with muscle recovery, when included as part of a balanced diet.  

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Dec 12, 2018

In episode 140 of The Physical Performance Show Brad Beer shares a conversation with featured performer Sonia Sullivan - 3x World Champion (500m, Cross Country), Olympic Silver Medallist 5000m

Sonia Sullivan has an impressive Bio.  Sonia won gold in the 5000m at the 1995 World Athletics Championships and the Silver Medal in the 5000m at the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney. In fact, Sonia’s World Record of 5:25 still stands from 1994. Sonia first came to running prominence when she finished fourth in the 3000m Final of the 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games. From there, Sonia went on to win the Silver Medal in the 1500m at the 1993 World Athletics Championships before becoming the favourite for the 5000m title at the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games.

During this episode Sonia talks through the pain of her Olympic loss along with her life now with her husband Melbourne Track Club Coach Nic Bideau, raising their children and walking a dog and at times listening in to The Physical Performance Show. There’s a whole lot in this episode with Sonia O’Sullivan sharing around her career highs, lows and learnings that I know you really enjoy.

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This episode is sponsored by Sanitarium PB. Looking to achieve your personal best? Sanitarium PB can help. This refreshing drink contains 32g of protein per serve to help with muscle recovery, when included as part of a balanced diet.  

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Dec 5, 2018

In episode 139 of The Physical Performance Show Brad Beer shares a conversation with featured performer Mark Allen - 6-Time IRONMAN World Champion.

During this episode Mark shares the highs, the lows and learnings of his career.  Mark delves into the importance of patience and what it was to persevere through some trying years to get that first historic victory in 1989.  Mark shares how it was possible to go on to win a total of 6 Hawaii Ironman Championships across 6 starts.  Mark also shares some fascinating tips around the champion’s mindset, how to quiet your mind in times of duress, the importance of setting a goal and sticking with it, along with the concept of going slow to go fast.  Subscribe NOW and listen in to this episode that covers so much.

This episode is sponsored by Sanitarium PB. Looking to achieve your personal best? Sanitarium PB can help. This refreshing drink contains 32g of protein per serve to help with muscle recovery, when included as part of a balanced diet.  

Find Sanitarium PB in delicious chocolate or vanilla flavours at your local petrol station. Be your personal best – recover and refuel with Sanitarium PB.

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