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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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Nov 25, 2020

During this expert edition, Dr Shona Halson acclaimed and dualed featured expert of the show a Q&A around all things Recovery Science. Shona has been touted as arguably the world's leading expert in the field of athletic recovery. Shona was the director of the Australian Olympic Committee Recovery Centre for the 2008, 2012 and 2016 Olympic Games, was the Senior Exercise Physiologist/Recovery Scientist at the Australian Institute of Sport for 15 years. And in addition to publishing in excess of 100 scientific papers in the field, Dr. Shona Halson has consulted with some of the world's most loved and well respected brands, teams and organisations, including Nike.

Now recently on the 24th of October 2020, The Physical Performance Show hosted a three hour livestream with Dr. Shona Halson ‘Recovery Essentials for Optimal Performance’ where Dr Shona took attendees through the practical “how to’s” scientific wise and some great recovery science myth busting.

The Q&A section proved to be incredibly popular with some fantastic questions being raised. So we wanted to share with you some of the terrific questions that were raised and Shona’s responses.

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Nov 17, 2020

Dr Nicky Keay is a sports and dance endocrinologist with 20 years of extensive clinical and research experience in working with professional ballet dancers and elite athletes.  At the time of recording Dr. Nicky Keay is consulting for both Scottish Ballet and also Manchester United whilst also consulting privately and serving as the Chief Medical Officer for Fourth Edge on Hormone Profiling.

Nicky is currently working to monitor female athlete menstruation cycles through athlete management systems to reduce female athletes injury risk. She's a published author of numerous scientific articles, provides regular reviews for the British Journal of Sports Medicine, and is a go to expert when it comes to the risks of energy deficiency in sports and the female athlete. Her published medical research includes the effects of training and nutrition on the endocrine system and body composition along with bone mineral density. Nicky is an Honorary Fellow of the Department of Sport and Exercise Sciences at Durham University, a member of the British Association of Sport and Exercise Medicine in the National Institute of Dance, Medicine and Science.

During this expert edition, you'll enjoy learnings around how to optimize our hormones as both male and female athletes across our lifespan and around our sports. Nicky shares around key concepts for both the pre Peri and post menopausal female athlete and also the male athlete when it comes to monitoring and maximising testosterone.

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Nov 9, 2020

Camille Herron's bio is exemplary. Camille is the 50k, 100k, 24hr World Champion holder of five world records, winner of the comrades marathon and at the time of recording, Camille was just weeks away from attempting to improve her 12 hour and 100 mile world records. Camille broke the 100 mile trail world women's record by 1hr, running 12 hrs 42mins at her first attempt ever running 100 miles. One month later, she broke the 12 hr world record. To give you some insight into just how fast Camille runs these world records, the 50 mile world record was set at 5hrs 38mins which is equivalent to a 4:12 per km pace. The 100 mile road trail world record 12hrs 42mins, was run at a 4:43 per km pace and the 24 hour road record a distance covered of 270 km was run at a 5:20 per km pace. Meanwhile, the equivalent track record that Camille set 262km, that's right running around a track for 24 hours, was set at a 5:30 per km split pace.

Camille shares around the highs, lows and learnings of her career. She's also been an academic researcher in the field of bone health, and you'll hear Camille share tips around how to look after our bones as endurance athletes from her science and also her running perspective. The key role that the menstruation cycle needs to play for female athletes, structuring a training cycle and what key sessions need to be included, how Camille has been able to run 160 km per week / 100 mile weeks consecutively since November 2006. Camille shares around the power and importance of running easy when it's a designated "easy run". And of course a physical challenge for the week that will get your legs and lungs burning.

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Nov 3, 2020

Phil Burt was the British Cycling head physiotherapist for 12 years and a consultant physiotherapist for team Sky Cycling for five years and across those years, the team's collectively accrued more than 30 Olympic gold medals, 5 Tour de France victories and more than 100 World Championship victories.  Phil consulted with the who's who of world cycling across that time. Phil is now based in private practice, and he's taking his many learnings to the world of cycling through his clinic, Phil consults with British triathlon and has authored two very successful books “bike fit” and “strengthen conditioning for cyclists”, he’s a UCI advisor on positional rules and also sits on the Redell World Advisory Board.

During this expert edition Phil shares around the concept of there not being an actual ideal bike fit but rather a bike fit window. The idea that human beings are adaptable and bikes are adjustable, the fascinating concept of micro adjusters and macro absorbers, the three pillars of bike fit, getting aero comfortable/sustainable and producing power. Phil discusses common cycling ailments, lower back pain, neck strain, numb hands and numb feet as well as what to do for the dreaded saddle sores.

There's so much in this expert edition and heads up Phil issues arguably the most dangerous physical challenge for the week to date.

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