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The Discover Strength Podcast
73 minutes | 12 days ago
"Safe Spine Training" with Dr. Thomas Dreisinger feat. Rick Rignell
In this Episode of "The Discover Strength Podcast" Dr. Thomas Dreisinger and I discuss the importance of direct strengthening for the spinal muscles with technologies like the MedX Lumbar Extension Machine. Dr. Thomas Dreisinger has over 40 years of clinical and consulting experience on the treatment and management of back and neck pain.Dr. Dreisinger is an educator and researcher. He has written articles published in peer-reviewed medical journals, such as Orthopedics, Spine, and The Spine Journal, and has taught physiology courses in the Department of Biology at Pima Community College.He is a Managing Partner of Therapy Advisors, a consulting firm with expertise in spine pain. He has led injury prevention programs for several Fortune 500 companies and has owned and operated multiple spine rehabilitation clinics.
77 minutes | a month ago
"Predicting Proximity to Failure" with Dr. James Steele feat. Jake Picht
In this episode of "The Discover Strength Podcast" Dr. James Steele and I discuss trainees ability to predict their own proximity to Momentary Muscular Failure. Dr. James Steele is Associate Professor of Sport and Exercise Science at Solent University and the Principal Investigator at the UKactive Research Institute. He has extensive research and consultancy experience in physical activity, exercise, and sport; working with elite athletes across a range of sports, the general population across the lifespan, and both those who are healthy and diseased. His experiences are varied and interdisciplinary with a focus on problem solving across domains; as such he has expertise in a wide range of research methodologies, study designs, and both quantitative, qualitative, and mixed method approaches to data analysis and synthesis. James has led across numerous large research projects, published and provided invited talks across a range of areas relating to physical activity, exercise, and sport, he’s served on a number of national expert panels and working groups, is an editor and reviewer for several journals, and has been involved in the founding of several societies within the field.If you're interested in reading the article we discussed here, please use the link below to read the article in its entirety:https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpsyg.2020.565416/full
77 minutes | a month ago
"The Benefits of Resistance Training" with Dr. Wayne Westcott feat. David Gschneidner
In this weeks episode of "The Discover Strength Podcast" Dr. Westcott and I discuss the research on the plethora of benefits that resistance training has to offer that go well beyond strength and added muscle mass.Dr. Wayne Westcott, is a professor and chair of Exercise Science at Quincy College in Quincy, Massachusetts. He has authored 30 books, written strength training chapters for 4 National Strength and Conditioning Association textbooks and 5 American Council on Exercise textbooks, published 95 peer-reviewed research and academic papers, and served as the Health & Fitness columnist for ACSM’s Certified News from 2010 through 2017. Wayne has been a featured speaker for numerous professional organizations, including national meetings of the American College of Sports Medicine, the American College of Nutrition, the Harvard Medical School International Conference on Obesity, and the Harvard Medical School Lifestyle Medicine Conference. He has also been a strength training consultant for many organizations, including the U.S. Navy, the U.S. Air Force, the U.S. Coast Guard, the YMCA of the USA, and 6 NFL football teams.Below find a link to Dr. Wayne Westcott's Paper "Resistance Training is Medicine":https://journals.lww.com/acsm-csmr/Fulltext/2012/07000/Resistance_Training_is_Medicine___Effects_of.13.aspx
75 minutes | 2 months ago
"Top 5 Strength Training Myths" with Dr. James Fisher Ph.D.
In this episode of "The Discover Strength Podcast" Dr. James Fisher and I discuss some of the most pervasive myths still prevalent in the Exercise & Fitness Industry. Dr. James Fisher is a senior lecturer and researcher at Solent University in the UK. He has extensive experience with elite athletes, including coaching at the London 2012 Olympic games. He also has published a comprehensive range of peer-reviewed research publications with both clinical, asymptomatic, and elite populations. Dr. Fisher has authored several funding bids and is an editor and reviewer for numerous high-impact journals. He has been a key-note speaker at an array of academic and industry conferences, most notably a repeat keynote presenter at the Resistance Exercise Conference for 8 straight years! He is on the board of directors for the Strength and Conditioning Society, and has been a featured expert on television programs, podcasts and webinars discussing his own research and other similar themes. At present, his ambitions surround the progression and delivery of theoretical and practical knowledge for health, fitness and sporting success, as well as enjoying time with his son, and trying to keep up with his wife on a bike.
1 minutes | 2 months ago
The Discover Strength Podcast Launch
The trends in the fitness industry can be confusing, counterproductive, and sometimes downright overwhelming. What really works? What is just a fad, and what will actually get you the results you're looking for?Have you ever considered turning to experts, instead of influencers? Researchers instead of your instagram feed?The Discover Strength Podcast aims to do just that. A real American College of Sports Medicine Personal Trainer, with thousands of hours of hands on client experience will be interviewing exercise researchers from around the world. The best and brightest in their field, who follow the science, not the trends.My name is Logan Emmett Herlihy. I’m an ACSM Certified Personal Trainer at Discover Strength, and I’ll be your host as we bring you the truth about exercise, and how it can help you look and feel your best, in a fraction of the time.
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