Doc and Jock Podcast
About This Show
Doc and Jock brings together the expertise of a Physical Therapist and a Strength and Conditioning Coach. The goal is to provide a one stop resource to answer your training questions. Whether you’re rehabbing an injury, working your weaknesses, or wanting to look good naked Dr. Danny or Coach Joe can help.
Dr. Danny is a Mobility Wod Instructor, founder and practicing physical therapist at Athletes’ Potential. CrossFit athletes, executives, and weekend warriors search out Dr. Danny’s expertise to relieve pain, improvement movement, and to continue playing the games and sports they love.
Coach Joe is the founder of Joe’s Barbell, works with CrossFit Weightlifting, has multiple experiences in a variety of coaching platforms, is a former CrossFit Games athlete, and current national level Weightlifter. Athletes of all shape, size, and ability are welcome to #LIFTatJOES.
Together, Dr. Danny and Coach Joe develop, pull and share updated Strength and Conditioning information sure to simplify your training quandary. Listen, read, and follow because if you have a BODY, you’re an ATHLETE.
Most Recent Episode
E236 | Dr. Jackie Varnum Talks Peeing While Working Out
2 days ago
Dr. Jackie Varnum is one of the leading physical therapists in the world of women's health and on Episode 236 of the Doc and Jock Podcast we sit down with her to talk about why folks (especially women) pee their pants while they workout.
Stress based incontinence maybe a very common problem, but it's definitely not normal. If you pee in your pants while you lift, run, jump or even sit you most likely have pelvic floor dysfunction. On this episode Dr. Jackie Varnum teaches us what pelvic floor dysfunction is, what some symptoms of it are and some ways you can prevent it from happening.
Check it out and let us know what you think or have any other questions for Dr. Jackie via an iTunes review.
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Rated 5 out of
All Around Great PODCAST
Danny and Joe are great. Easy going, straight up and too the point. Good info that any athlete at any level can use.
Date published: 2015-05-05
Rated 5 out of
If you're serious about fitness you need to give these guys a listen.
Date published: 2015-07-23