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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 30, 2019

Ben Cormack owns and runs Cor-Kinetic. He is a musculoskeletal therapist with a clinical background in sports therapy, rehabilitation, pain science & exercise for the past 15 years. Ben specialises in a movement & exercise-based approach with a strong education component and patient centred focus. Ben is a highly popular international presenter who has delivered conference presentations and courses all over the world. Just recently, Ben has also teamed up with former Expert Edition guest of The Physical Performance Show Adam Meakins and together they are launching a project named The Better Clinician project aimed at helping equip clinicians worldwide get better results for their patients or clients.

During this episode Ben will share with you that what we feel with regards to pain does not necessarily determine the state of our bodies or how we should necessarily act. Ben shares some really wise insights as a Physical Therapist around how we need to perceive pain, the misconceptions that exists when we are in pan and how the medical system can best assist people in pain and help get them back on their physical best.

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This episode is sponsored by fisiocrem

fisiocrem is a topical massage cream containing natural plant based ingredients, ideal for the temporary relief of muscular aches and pains. If you’re conscious of what you put on your body, you’ll be happy to know that fisiocrem does not contain parabens or hydroxybenzoates. fisiocrem can be found Australia-wide at your local Coles, chemist or health store, as well as on their online shop. fisiocrem are offering a 20% discount to listeners of The Physical Performance Show. Use the coupon code POGO when you shop at fisiocrem.com.au to redeem this special offer.

Hurting sucks, and fisiocrem has got your back!  

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Dec 16, 2019

Vincent Luis is the current World Triathlon Series Champion for 2019, is also the reigning Super League Triathlon Series Champion.  In 2018 Vincent was second in the World Championship rankings for the world triathlon series and in both 2017 and 2018 Vincent took victory in the series grand finals. He’s an athlete that really does know how to execute under pressure.

Vincent started his professional triathlon career in 2005 after shifting over from a very promising Junior swimming career. But as you’ll hear on this episode, Vincent was crowned World Junior Series Triathlon Champion in 2008 and eleven long years later Vincent was crowned World Open Triathlon Champion recently in Lausanne, Switzerland.

During this episode Vincent shares openly around his career highs and his lows including how Vincent nearly quit the sport of triathlon after the disappointment of his Rio Olympic Games campaign where he finished 7th having incurred bone stress injuries to both of his shins just before the Olympic Games. Vincent shares around how a trip to Kenya to get back to basics following his Rio Olympic Games campaign really did save his career, and the learnings that Vincent shares are many including how to deal with pressure and expectation, why it is important as an athlete to recognise that you are not stronger than nature. The challenge that the late Laurent Vidal fellow French Olympian laid down to Vincent on the start line that changed his approach to racing thereafter. Why listening to your body is a must and why Vincent so dearly believes in the mantra that he has tattooed to his chest which says “To have peace, you must prepare for war.”

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This episode is sponsored by fisiocrem

fisiocrem is a topical massage cream containing natural plant based ingredients, ideal for the temporary relief of muscular aches and pains. If you’re conscious of what you put on your body, you’ll be happy to know that fisiocrem does not contain parabens or hydroxybenzoates. fisiocrem can be found Australia-wide at your local Coles, chemist or health store, as well as on their online shop. fisiocrem are offering a 20% discount to listeners of The Physical Performance Show. Use the coupon code POGO when you shop at fisiocrem.com.au to redeem this special offer.

Hurting sucks, and fisiocrem has got your back!  

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Dec 16, 2019

Joel Filliol is one of triathlons most experienced and successful professional coaches. Joel has been involved in endurance sports since 1989 both as an athlete and as a coach. As an athlete, Joel has competed in over 100 triathlon and multi sport events and represented Canada at World Championships in triathlon and duathlon. As a Coach, Joel has worked with athletes at the highest levels including the Ironman, Ironman 73.5 World Triathlon Championships, the ITU World Elite, Age Group Championships and multi sport games such as Commonwealth, Pan American and of course multiple Olympic Games.

During this episode, you’ll hear from Joel around the principles that he believes dictates the high performance. Joel’s approach really is to keep things simple as he outlines in this interview; simplicity is really is an ultimate sophistication. Get ready to learn about why more and faster is not always better, why the goal is to make fewer poor decisions, why managing workouts when they’re going really well is so important, why paying attention to athletes and their non verbals is absolutely crucial, the concept of the minimally effective dose, why having the confidence to do less can be so important and so much more.

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This episode is sponsored by fisiocrem

fisiocrem is a topical massage cream containing natural plant based ingredients, ideal for the temporary relief of muscular aches and pains. If you’re conscious of what you put on your body, you’ll be happy to know that fisiocrem does not contain parabens or hydroxybenzoates. fisiocrem can be found Australia-wide at your local Coles, chemist or health store, as well as on their online shop. fisiocrem are offering a 20% discount to listeners of The Physical Performance Show. Use the coupon code POGO when you shop at fisiocrem.com.au to redeem this special offer.

Hurting sucks, and fisiocrem has got your back!  

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Dec 2, 2019

Jay Dicharry has built his reputation as an expert in Biomechanical analysis.  As the Director of the Speed Clinic at the University of Virginia and now as the Director of the Rep Biomechanics Lab in Oregon. Jay has a passion for solving injury problems and optimising performance. He’s the Author of two books: Running Rewired and Anatomy for Runners, writes for numerous magazine columns and has published over 35 Journal articles and book chapters .

Jay consults for a variety of footwear companies, the cycling industry, the US Airforce and USA Track and field and triathlon. Most recently Jay‘s research work has led him to design a product to improve lower leg function through MOBO. We will touch on this new product in today’s conversation along with the problematic trend that Jay observes and that is the athletes don’t tend to train their feet as they like to train the rest of their body. Jay believes that this oversight leaves seconds on the clock and black holes in the athletes preparation.

 

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This episode is sponsored by fisiocrem

fisiocrem is a topical massage cream containing natural plant based ingredients, ideal for the temporary relief of muscular aches and pains. If you’re conscious of what you put on your body, you’ll be happy to know that fisiocrem does not contain parabens or hydroxybenzoates. fisiocrem can be found Australia-wide at your local Coles, chemist or health store, as well as on their online shop. fisiocrem are offering a 20% discount to listeners of The Physical Performance Show. Use the coupon code POGO when you shop at fisiocrem.com.au to redeem this special offer.

Hurting sucks, and fisiocrem has got your back!  

_____

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Dec 1, 2019

Sara Hall has had a long and lustrous career including time spent on the track with 1500m, 3000m running, road racing with multiple wins including the 2017 and 2018 of the Gold Coast Marathon’s Half Marathon race clocking at 1:09:27 in 2018 to set the current course record. Sara has also been a team member for USA for the World Cross Country Championships in 2006 and 2015 and was the 2012 American Cross Country Champion.

During this  conversation Sara outlines her 3 Top Tips for Marathoners, how to minimise the risks leading up to a marathon with regards to injury and how a breakthrough can be on the other side of frustration. The concept of needing to absorb your training comes up on multiple occasions as does the concept that has really been a trademark of Sara’s pursuit of her running best over the years and that is the need to persevere. We touched on overcoming the fear of failure, juggling being a mum of four beautiful growing girls, the power of documenting goals visibly including a great story about Sara documenting her 2:22 PB in advance on her mirror and Sara shares around racing fearlessly.

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This episode is sponsored by fisiocrem

fisiocrem is a topical massage cream containing natural plant based ingredients, ideal for the temporary relief of muscular aches and pains. If you’re conscious of what you put on your body, you’ll be happy to know that fisiocrem does not contain parabens or hydroxybenzoates. fisiocrem can be found Australia-wide at your local Coles, chemist or health store, as well as on their online shop. fisiocrem are offering a 20% discount to listeners of The Physical Performance Show. Use the coupon code POGO when you shop at fisiocrem.com.au to redeem this special offer.

Hurting sucks, and fisiocrem has got your back!  

_____

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