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CoachMePlus was founded in 2012 to meet the demands of an increasingly sophisticated sports science and sports performance industry, and has been transforming the management of athletic performance data ever since. A company grounded on expertise, innovation and client services, CoachMePlus is the go-to system for more than 220 teams across the NFL, NHL, MLB, NBA, NCAA, MLS, CFL and military. With over 29,000 athletes and 11 million data points, CoachMePlus is the industry leader in applied ...
 
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The Real Science of Sport Podcast

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The Real Science of Sport Podcast

Professor Ross Tucker and Mike Finch

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World-renowned sports scientist Professor Ross Tucker and veteran sports journalist Mike Finch break down the myths, practices and controversies from the world of sport. From athletics to rugby, soccer, cycling and more, the two delve into the most recent research, unearth lessons from the pros and host exclusive interviews with some of the world's leading sporting experts. For those who love sport. Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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Science for Sport Podcast

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Science for Sport Podcast

Science for Sport

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Come with us as we delve into the mysterious and exciting world of sports science… This entertaining podcast explores: • The science behind the world’s best athletes. • Current issues and events in the world of sport. • How to master the art and science of coaching. Every Monday, Matt Solomon chats with various experts to uncover the science and secrets behind what makes the best athletes in the world so damn good at what they do. They’ll also dive into global issues and events affecting the ...
 
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The Sport Science Podcast

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The Sport Science Podcast

Sport Science Podcast

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The Sport Science Podcast aims to entertain while giving quality sport, exercise and health sciences information for students, athletes or people trying to get started in sport. We encourage critical thinking and evidence based practice when assessing interventions to increase health or performance. Follow us on Twitter: @SportSciPodcast Follow us on Instagram: thesportsciencepodcast Email us: sportsciencepodcast@outlook.com
 
Collaborative, thoughtful, and well delivered sports science has the ability to provide key information, knowledge and understanding to support athletes and coaches in the pursuit of optimal performance. While science is the base knowledge of any applied scientist, the skill sets and understanding required stretch far beyond this. Collaboration, communication, relationship building, and practical understanding are all essential to work as part of a performance team and ‘understand what matte ...
 
The Science of Sports Recovery Podcast dives deep into what the elite athletes are doing for their recovery routines that keep them at the top levels of performance. Guests include Professional Athletes from all disciplines as well as World-Leading Researchers on specific tools, nutrition, and trends in the Sports recovery industry to make sure you know Fact from Placebo to help you develop the recovery routine to take you to the top of your sport. Hosted by Jase Kraft - Recovery Specialist ...
 
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In episode 94 Thomas Cortebeeck, Assistant Jumps Coach at the Danish Athletic Association, joins us. Specifically you will learn: How to categorise jumps How to improve unilateral jumping How to program gym exercises to improve jumping About Thomas "Thomas Cortebeeck, M.Sc. is a Danish Jumps and S&C Coach Specialized in Human Performance Optimizati…
 
In episode 93 Casper de Wit, Strength & Conditioning Coach & Sport Scientist, joins us. Specifically you will learn: The importance of data in elite teams How to contextualise data for athletes and coaches What athletes can do to maximise their data use About Casper "Cas de Wit is the Strength and Conditioning Specialist and Sport Scientist for the…
 
In episode 92 James De Lacey, Strength & Conditioning Coach, joins us. Specifically you will learn: The importance of games in the warm up How to use games from the first minute 3 key types of games How to integrate these into the training session About James "James was the Head Strength & Conditioning Coach for the Romanian Rugby Union. He has pre…
 
In episode 90, Martin Buchheit and George Perry, , join us. Specifically you will learn: When ego is useful or detrimental How to turn your ego volume up and down to suit the task at hand How to improve performance though ego optimisation About Martin and George "Martin: I am a very passionate strength and conditioning coach that progressively deve…
 
In episode 90, Jonathan Charest, Director of Athlete Sleep Services at the Centre for Sleep & Human Performance, joins us. Specifically you will learn: How much sleep you really need How to improve your sleep hours and quality Physiology underpinning sleep and performance About Jonathan "Jonathan Charest is the Director of Athlete Sleep Services an…
 
In this bonus episode, Ross shares brief thoughts on the latest, inevitable and increasingly volatile controversy in the transgender athlete debate. Swimmer Lia Thomas has been shattering university records, setting the fastest times in the USA, and is well on the way to becoming the highest profile trans women athlete to date. Her times as Lia are…
 
Stevie and Joe are joined by recent inter-county GAA retirees Paul Broderick (Carlow) and Cathal Cregg (Roscommon). They discuss their reasons for retiring, career highlights and what makes good coaching.โดย deelysportscience
 
In episode 89, Victoria Forsdick, Sport and Exercise Medicine Doctor at the Australian Institute of Sport, joins us. Specifically you will learn: Underpinning physiology of pregnancy in sport Special considerations when returning to sport How to support new mums in sport and exercise About Victoria "Dr Victoria Forsdick is a sport and exercise medi…
 
In episode 88, James Morehen, Nutritionist at Bristol Bears, joins us. Specifically you will learn: The role of protein in building muscle How much protein you need to maximise muscle growth Case study: How to get that protein in one day About James "Dr James C. Morehen is a performance nutritionist currently working with professional athletes and …
 
In episode 87, Joshua Fletcher, Founder of Career Blueprint, joins us. Specifically you will learn: The importance of wellness and health What to look out for in coaches and colleagues How to improve health, wealth and wellness About Josh "Josh has dedicated his business Career Blueprint to performance practitioner well-being. ‘We look after it ath…
 
In this bonus episode, Ross sits down with Dr Emma Hilton, a developmental biologist who has outspokenly defended women's sport and explained the science and physiology of male vs female sporting performance differences. In a candid conversation, she shares insights ranging from political to philosophical, both personal and scientific. Why is the r…
 
In episode 86, Brady Howe, Senior Director of Health and Performance at The Phoenix Suns, joins us. Specifically you will learn: What an NBA schedule looks like How to microdose effectively around games How to implement isometrics and active foot exercises About Brady "Brady Howe is the VP of Health and Performance for the Phoenix Suns (most recent…
 
‘A Coaching Journey to the Top’ with Harry Watling (Head Coach of Hartford Athletic in the USL Championship in America- previously Chelsea FC, West Ham FC and Millwall FC in England) ⠀ Hosted by Ross Bennett MSc Key discussion points: - Harry’s career so far - Life in the US - Coaching development and 1st Team football - Individual Growth and Devel…
 
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) recently announced controversial new transgender guidelines which could threaten the future of women's sport. But what does the evidence say and why did the IOC ignore the science? Mike Finch and Prof. Ross Tucker explain all. Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out inform…
 
In episode 85, Paul Venner, S&C Coach and Founder of Ultimateinstability, joins us. Specifically Paul will be looking at: Motor control theory How to implement aquabag training Exercises, progression and regressions Case study: how to implement About Paul "I coach professional and Olympic athletes to reach their highest athletic potential and I dev…
 
Responders and non-responders are easily identified but poorly understood. Elite coach and sports scientist John Kiely from the Institute of Coaching & Performance, University of Central Lancashire, discusses why our response to training is about more than just genetics, offers tips on how to change mindset and trust in the process and if neurobiol…
 
In episode 84, David Joyce, Co-Editor of High Performance Training For Sports, joins us. Specifically David will be looking at: Why we should improve our skills Key skills a coach needs & how to improve them How athletes can find the perfect coach for them Navigating the political landscape About David "David is an internationally recognized leader…
 
Coaching development specialist Stuart Armstrong, of Sport England, discusses the role of sport in childhood development with Prof. Ross Tucker. The two answer controversial questions from our Patreon supporters and delve into the murky world of early recruitment and why healthy sport has nothing to do with future champions. Get bonus content on Pa…
 
In episode 83, Robin Thorpe, Performance Scientist and Coach, joins us. Specifically Robin will be looking at: Does cold & heat exposure improve recovery Physiology underpinning these methods How to implement these methods Case study: recovery in football About Robin "Dr. Robin Thorpe spent a decade (2009-2019) working as a Senior Performance Scien…
 
Lachlan Morton is an Australian cyclist famous for taking on audacious endurance challenges, including his recent solo 5500km Alt. Tour de France. In this interview Morton talks about his philosophy, how he gets through the tough moments and how he and his EF Education-Nippo team come up with his crazy challenges. Funny and inspiring, Morton is a u…
 
In episode 82, Matt Tometz, Strength & Conditioning Coach and Sport Science Coordinator at TCBoost Sport Performance, joins us. Specifically Matt will be looking at: Importance of speed How to train speed The best speed tech for all budgets Case study: Using tech to improve speed About Matt "Matt Tometz is a Sports Performance Coach/Sport Science C…
 
Stuart Armstrong has made a career coaching sport and his role at Sport England is to help coach the coaches and make sport and exercise accessible to all. In this interview, Armstrong talks through the challenges of balancing the thirst for future champions and creating a healthy environment for kids and teenagers to thrive... no matter what their…
 
In episode 81, Zion Clark, Athlete and Motivational Speaker, joins us. Specifically Zion will be looking at: Importance of sport Obstacles in training/competition Case study: typical training day Examples of how Sport Science helps him About Zion "Zion was born on September 29, 1997 in Columbus, OH. Due to his condition (Caudal Regression Syndrome.…
 
In the ongoing debate and discussion about the risk of injury in rugby, many people have suggested that cutting the number of substitutes is the easiest and most obvious "fix". The truth, however, is a little more complex than this, because there are grounds to suggest that doing this will backfire and make the situation worse, not better. That's w…
 
In this follow-up podcast, sleep science specialist Dr Dale Rae returns to answer all your questions from polyphasic sleeping, eating right for your sleep type, finding your optimum sleep time and coping with frustrating 3am insomnia. Follow Sleep Science on Instagram on @sleepscience_ or visit their website on www.sleepscience.co.za You can also s…
 
In episode 80, Brittany Johnson, Associate Professor at Temple University, joins us. Specifically Brittany will be looking at: Importance of nutrition for firefighters Job demands Lessons for athletes Case study: nutrition guide for firefighters About Brittany "Brittany is an Associate Professor in the Department of Kinesiology at Temple University…
 
All Black legend Conrad Smith, from the International Rugby Players body, talks to Prof. Ross Tucker on World Rugby's newly-released guidelines for contact in rugby training, how it will hopefully impact player welfare and why the new guidelines are not as radical as they, at first, seem. The contact load guidelines we discuss can be found at this …
 
In episode 79, Steve Ingham, Director at Supporting Champions, joins us. Specifically Steve will be looking at: Impact and efficiency of high-performance teams Areas team need to improve How to lead staff How staff can improve themselves About Steve "Dr Steve Ingham is steeped in high performance and has been integral to the development of Britain …
 
The UK Sports Councils have released guidelines on transgender participation in sport, following an exhaustive and comprehensive review process. The two key points made are: 1) to confirm that the current policy that suppresses testosterone for twelve months is not fit for purpose, because advantages are retained even after testosterone is reduced,…
 
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