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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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Apr 30, 2019

Ryan Hall is a Dual US Marathon Olympian who has competed in the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games finishing in 10th place and also in the 2012 London Games where Ryan was forced to retire early from the race for the first time in his career at approx. 10 miles. Ryan’s best accolades are the outstanding US record he holds for the Half Marathon with a 59:43 in 2007 for the Houston Half Marathon, a record that still stands to this day. In 2011 in the Boston Marathon, Ryan achieved a 2:04:58 for the full marathon, he is still the only American Marathoner to go sub 2:05. In addition to Ryan’s phenomenal 20 year distance running career, Ryan is now also known as a Best Selling author if his recently release memoire: Run the Mile You’re In: Finding God in Every Step.

During this episode we touch on a lot more than Ryan’s running career, we certainly speak about the highs, the lows and the learnings, but Ryan also shares candidly around the process of adopting 4 Ethiopian Sisters several years ago. Ryan outlines how he went from a basketball loving teenager who had no interest in running to one day feeling inspired to run a 15 mile lap of his local lake. Ryan shares around why he thinks that eating a lot of bread the day before he ran 59:43 may have been so important, the concept of why happy feet make light feet, while listening to your body more than your watch can be so important in training. What it was like running 7 marathons in 7 countries in 7 days for the World Marathon Challenge and Ryan survives a Physical Performance Round.

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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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Apr 23, 2019

Katie’s triathlon career has been on a winning streak recently. Katie was crowned the 2018-2019 Super League Triathlon Inaugural Champion where Katie dominated the competition across the multi-round racing. Katie started 2019 very strongly with a win in Abu Dhabi first round of the World Triathlon Series. In the 2018 World Triathlon Championship Series Katie finished a very close second to Vicki Holland of the UK for the Overall World Title.

During this episode, Katie shares her goals for the remainder of 2019 and 2020, we discuss transitioning from track running to triathlon, key insights into Katie’s training environment, Super League Triathlon, living in a tiny house along with the highs and the lows of her career.

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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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Apr 16, 2019

Meagen Nay is an Australian Dual Olympic Swimming Team Member and also a Dual Commonwealth Games Gold Medallist. In 2010 Meagen picked up the 200m backstroke title as well as the 4x 200m Free Style Gold Medal at the Delhi Commonwealth Games.

Meagen’s story to swimming stardom is really unlike many others. During this episode Meagen will share around the very highs of her career, the very lows of her career including the tragic loss of her beloved father and then later her brother Amos both due to motor vehicle accidents and also the many learnings that Meaghan took through her professional swimming career. We will touch on key training principles and concepts, finding the courage to swim at the World Swimming Championships upon receiving the news of Meaghan’s brother passing, the challenges of transitioning out of professional sport and so much more.

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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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Apr 2, 2019

James (Bobby) Tuttle first debuted for the St George Queensland Reds in a Super Rugby Australian League in 2016. Prior to that in 2015 Bobby had shown enormous promise by captaining Australia in the under 20’s to the World Rugby Championships held in Italy.

During this episode Bobby shares the highs, the lows and the learnings about his career to date. Bobby is in a very unique situation to share around the lows of sport. Only a matter of weeks prior to recording Bobby suffered a re-rupture of his recently repaired Achilles Tendon, that’s right a re-rupture only one cm higher than his previous Achilles Tendon repair. This is a really fascinating insight into the world of professional sport and the psychology of injury.

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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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Apr 2, 2019

Dr Christian Moro is the Assistant Professor of Bio Medical Sciences at Bond University on the Gold Coast. Dr Moro’s teaching pedigree and his enthusiasm for his subjects are second to none. In fact, Christian was recently awarded the Australian Award for Teaching excellence amongst all of his University Australia peers.

Dr Moro is super passionate about his topics and during this episode we explore all things muscle fatigue, what causes it, the plasticity of the brain, optimal performance in the limits and so much more. 

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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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