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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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Jan 29, 2019

Jono Hall is a renowned Coach in the world of Triathlon however Jono was also a top level athlete winning the 1997 Australian Road Cycling Championships.  Jono went on to ride professionally being trained at the Australian Institute of Sport for many years and also later with the Festina Professional Road Cycling Team. Jono went on to finish 8th in the World Cycling Championships and also gained selection for the 1994 Commonwealth Games representing Australia. But it was in the sport of Duathlon that Jono really excelled. In 1997 Jono took the World ITU Duathlon title in convincing fashion.

Jono now works as a coach with some of the World’s best triathlon competitors and during this episode we discuss the philosophies that underpin Jono Hall’s success as a Head Coach for Triathlon Canada, we touch on when to intervene and when not to intervene as a coach, the concept of a 4 day weekly training cycle. Jono shares what he believes constitutes good coaching and also his top 3 characteristics of athletes seeking to reach their physical best, we talk about why the fundamentals cannot be neglected for the one percenters and how Jono builds trust with his athletes.

This episode is sponsored by the Gold Coast Marathon.

Like the Physical Performance Show, the Gold Coast Marathon encourages runners of all ages and abilities to push their boundaries and strive to complete a personal challenge. The Gold Coast Marathon is held annually on the first weekend in July and is a must do event for any budding athlete, weekend warrior or family looking for a challenge to complete together. Run for the good times at the Gold Coast Marathon. Visit the Gold Coast Marathon here.

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Jan 21, 2019

In episode 146 of The Physical Performance Show Brad Beer shares a conversation with Dr Dan Pronk - Ex Army Special Forces Doctor (Interest Edition)

Dr Dan Pronk was a former doctor within the Australian Special Operations Command. Dr Pronk was deployed on operations on 5 occasions with the Army including one time to Timor and 4 times to Afghanistan. In serving as a Medical Doctor for the Australian Elite Combat, Dr Pronk required to navigate, survive and think in extremely high stakes life or death situations.

During this episode Dr Dan Pronk shares around mindset in high stakes environments but also in terms of his journey in completing medical school, the rigors of applying and successfully gaining entry into the SAS and then also the learnings he has taken from his 5 deployments in the Australian Defense Force. Recently Dr. Pronk authored his first publication titled “Not your Average 70kg D***head: Motivational Lessons from an ex Army Special Forces Doctor”. You will also hear Dan outline 3 of those 17 principles including the power of persistence, ignoring criticism and competing with only yourself along with the highs, lows and many learnings of his remarkable career.

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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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Jan 16, 2019

Listen in to episode 145 of The Physical Performance Show as we recap the year that was 2018! In this episode you will enjoy some of the highlights from the 52 guests that were featured across the 2018 calendar year. What a year it was, 2018 saw the Physical Performance Show regularly sitting inside the iTunes Top 20 for Health and Fitness and it has passed 400,000 downloads of the show since inception, so a huge thank you for your support.

This episode features 

Lionel Sanders - Professional Triathlete & 2017 ITU Long Course Triathlon Champion, Episode 92 of The Physical Performance Show

Matt Fitzgerald - Best Selling Author ‘How Bad Do You Want It?’, Episode 109 of The Physical Performance Show

Prof Stuart McGill – Biomechanist & Lower Back Pain Expert, Episode 108 of The Physical Performance Show

Lee Troop  – 3x Olympic Marathoner, Former 5000m AUS record holder, Episode 101 of The Physical Performance Show

Matt Fox - Sweat Elite – Train Like the World’s Best (ft Matt Fox), Episode 136 of The Physical Performance Show

Alex Hutchinson - Author New York Times Bestseller ENDURE, Episode 123 of The Physical Performance Show

Tim Don - Ironman Triathlon World Record Holder, 3x Olympian, 4x World Champion (Featured Performer), Episode 130 of The Physical Performance Show

Dan Smith – AUS Olympic Swimmer, Episode 137 of The Physical Performance Show

Mark Allen – 6-Time IRONMAN World Champion, Episode 139 of The Physical Performance Show

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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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Jan 7, 2019

Dr Cris is a Registered Medical Doctor, a certified Expert in Holistic Medicine BNA, Member of the Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine.  Dr. Cris’s message is very clear, “The simpler we keep things the more likely we are to stick to the changes we make.” Dr. Cris specialises not just in the prevention and treatment of the illnesses but also in attaining optimum health being. She’s the author of 2 great books, Healthy Habits 52 Ways to Better Health and also Healthy Liver.

During this conversation Dr. Cris shares with Emily Georgopoulos around Hormone Health for both males and females throughout life, what to do to optimise hormone health.  Dr Cris speaks specifically to athletic individuals and the unique challenges that they face on their hormone health, they touch on bone health across the lifespan and so much more. 

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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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