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At WHOOP, we are on a mission to unlock human performance. WHOOP Founder & CEO Will Ahmed sits down with top athletes, scientists, experts, and more to learn what the best in the world are doing to perform at their peak – and what you can do to unlock your own best performance. Every week, we dig deeper into sleep, recovery, nutrition, training, lifestyle habits, and more to help you reach your potential.
 
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Complete Human Performance Radio

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Complete Human Performance Radio

Complete Human Performance: The Leader in Multisport Coaching

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You'll get in-depth interviews with the best researchers, athletes and coaches on how to optimize athletic performance from every angle. Hosted by Complete Human Performance coaches and featuring interviews with our athletes, you'll get an unprecedented look at the best diet, training and mental techniques to take your performance to the next level.
 
The mission of this podcast is to interview leaders from a variety of performance disciplines including medicine, nutrition, psychology, wellness, physiology and strength and conditioning. Through this podcast we aim to provide an insight into how to systematically enhance performance at the individual and organizational level for tactical personnel including military, law enforcement, firefighters and other first responders.
 
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Making Shift Happen

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Making Shift Happen

Jen Kates with Shift Human Performance

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Jen Kates from Making Shift Happen reveals all of her evidence-based strategies for living a healthier and more vibrant life that fits with your busy schedule. Her methods show you how to experience food and fitness freedom, which means you don’t spend endless hours each day in the gym without guidance and clarity or in the kitchen meal prepping your life away. It also means you don’t spend an insane amount of time thinking about food – because, let’s be real: there are a LOT more important ...
 
Medical Humanities is a leading international journal that reflects the whole field of medical humanities. Medical Humanities aims to encourage a high academic standard for this evolving and developing subject and to enhance professional and public discussion. It features original articles relevant to the delivery of healthcare, the formulation of public health policy, the experience of being ill and of caring for those who are ill, as well as case conferences, educational case studies, book ...
 
Welcome to Leave Your Mark. This podcast is all about learning how our guests, high achievers who are also great people, have been influenced by their environments, experiences, and others, and how they in turn are leaving their mark on the world at large. Join us as we look inside the lives of amazing people. Website: www.LYMLab.com The host, Scott Livingston has been in the world of human performance for thirty-five years. During that time he's trained, rebuilt, and supported the performan ...
 
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What The HR!

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What The HR!

TCSHRM -Twin Cities Society for Human Resources Management

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What the HR! is hosted by Mike Thul & Jessie Novey. The podcast provides insights, strategies, and anecdotes that explore how to build better businesses through modern people practices and approaches. Topics covered include Organizational Development, Employee Engagement, Listening Strategies, Succession Planning, Performance Management, Company Culture, Transformation, Talent and Leadership. INTERESTED IN SPONSORSHIP? Please email tcshrmpodcast@gmail.com
 
Dr Craig Duncan is a world-leading Human Performance Strategist who works with professional sporting teams, corporations and individuals to maximize their potential to perform. The HP Podcast (formerly the Dr Craig Duncan Podcast) focusses on all things Human Performance and includes short-form reflections on HP, long-form interviews & Q & A.
 
Stories about how hard things build stronger humans with guests from pro sports, politics, business, tech, journalism, the military and more. Resilience, grit, mental health, high performance, being human + more. Host Andrew Vontz has spent more than 25 years telling the stories of the world's top performers, brands & leaders. He's a former Strava executive, journalist (bylines: LA Times, Outside Magazine, Rolling Stone, more) & advises businesses & leaders on high-impact narrative design, r ...
 
Our greatest risk is taking no risk at all. Hall of Fame Paralympic athlete and the first "nearly unassisted" paraplegic to summit Mt Kilimanjaro in a handcycle Chris Waddell interviews people, who had been dropped into a situation that forced them to confront everything they'd thought to be true. "Experts in the Experience of Being Human," Paralympians, artists, athletes, entrepreneurs, share their fight/struggle/strategy to succeed in the face of adversity.
 
Join Sport Psychologist, Dan Abrahams, on The Sport Psych Show as he aims to demystify sport psychology for players, coaches and parents by speaking with some of the most influential people in sports performance today. Dan is on a mission to learn more about how sport psychology philosophies, tools and techniques positively impact participation, progression and performance in sport. He wants to learn more about how to drive participation – what motivational tools engage players and inspire p ...
 
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MINDWORKS

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MINDWORKS

Daniel Serfaty

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Join Aptima CEO, Daniel Serfaty, as he speaks with scientists, technologists, engineers, other practitioners, and thought leaders to explore how AI, data science, and technology is changing how humans think, learn, and work in the Age of AI.
 
An in-depth look at how ultra-endurance events place extreme and unique physiological demands on athletes. This podcast will feature athletes, and their support teams, talking about how they prepare and compete at the world's toughest events. Expect discussion around long-term preparation, nutrition, coping with environmental stressors and building psychologic toughness! Host: Nick Longworth has been hosting international sports technology and life science conferences for the last decade, an ...
 
Helping your people learn, train and perform. From technology to leadership, to culture, sales and sports, we discuss how organisations can maximise the performance of their teams. With a new guest from the world of leadership, training and technology each week, we talk about the latest trends and how to optimise training and human performance in your organisation through technology. Enjoy the show? Why not sign up to our Newsletter? virti.com/newsletter
 
The Mind Tools L&D Podcast is a must-listen for anyone involved in Learning and Development or Human Resources. The weekly show features regular appearances from the Mind Tools team plus special guests to get right to the heart of issues affecting the L&D and HR communities. From learning needs analysis and evidence-based practice through to the impact of technology on work and hot topics at industry conferences, you'll get critical insights into the world of work, performance and learning.
 
This podcast is presented by PROSAFE Solutions. We talk about the new view of safety, human performance, leadership, and culture improvement. Pam and Mike will have ongoing conversations about these topics as well as interviews with other safety professionals on the journey of continuous improvement and learning.
 
Uncover the deeply human aspect of working. Join Jeff Hunt, GoalSpan CEO and longtime business consultant, as he interviews guests who help us learn to embrace the value of human capital in new ways. Explore how to better the world of work for humans and rediscover the most important asset we have in the workplace – Human Capital.
 
What’s the secret to achieving high performance in sport, business and life? Dive into this podcast if you want to: – Learn how to maximise human performance in what you do – Find ways to push your body and mind to achieve success – Discover the power to choose The A–Z of Human Performance enters the worlds of sport, business and life to inspire greatness from start to finish. Join our expert, Jonna Sercombe as he unpacks key concepts behind the fundamentals of human performance from A–Z.
 
Welcome to the Science of Optimal Human Performance, my NEW podcast where I will teach you how to • Become a Fat Burning Machine • Optimize your Brain • and Live Longer! We will go over topics such as • Fasting • Strength Training • Biohacking • Sleep Optimization • And much more... so you can reach YOUR FULL human potential, in the shortest possible time. I am your host, Dr. Michael Van, welcome to my new show! P.S. Are you STILL looking to burn fat quickly, and look AMAZING? Then you shoul ...
 
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Host Ariana Scalfo welcomes CHP coach Nickademus de la Rosa to discuss Nick’s participation in the World’s Toughest Mudder run this past November. What was Nick’s training and race experience like for this, his second 100 mile race after heart surgery? How did a race of that distance with obstacles feel? What are some general endurance lessons to t…
 
On a recent podcast I spoke about building easy strength to Become Unbreakable, 2 elements which I feel are crucial to your health, longevity and athletic performance. I also recently wrote a Facebook post where I outlined 5 areas where we can all do a lot to slow or even halt the ageing process. In a recent Facebook poll I asked, "If you are over …
 
This is a listener inspired topic episode. The topics discussed include, is it better to run once per day or twice, assuming volume and intensity equates. I opened this topic up a bit to discuss some other variables to consider when spacing workouts and intensities. Also, my take on ties in major races. LMNT: drinkLMNT.com/HPO HPO Sponsors: zachbit…
 
Recovery touches more aspects of your performance and development than you think. I feel like most advice around recovery is only scratching the surface of why it’s important. If I had to guess, you’ve heard all the common recommendations (get more sleep, eat healthy, stretch, do cold baths, etc.), but how confident would you be in explaining how e…
 
On this episode we are joined by the amazing Montell Douglas. Montell is the first female British athlete to compete in both the summer and winter Olympics. In 2008, she broke the women’s 100m record, becoming the fastest woman ever in Great Britain! On today’s episode, Montell reflects on her South London childhood experiences and shares candid th…
 
For serial entrepreneur and Fitt CEO, Anthony Vennare, community is the super power driving winning businesses in health, wellness & fitness. Anthony and his brother and business partner Joe have started and successfully exited multiple businesses in these spaces. Together they’re the founders of Fitt Insider and Fitt Capital and have built a platf…
 
Eric is the prime example of what passion, hard work, and hustle can evolve into. Eric has been in the fitness industry for over 20 years. He was on the forefront of creating multifunction gyms. Making a full encompassing experience for his patrons. His gym was one of the first to take into consideration every aspect of training an athlete may need…
 
** The views expressed in this episode are those of Kosta Telegadas and do not represent those of the Department of Defence or its contractors** Kosta Telegadas currently serves as a strength and conditioning coach for the United States Air Force fighter pilots working on the Optimizing Human Weapons Systems (OHWS) contract. Prior to his role in th…
 
Lonnie’s father was a second generation pro wrestler–a villain, who turned kind, soft and human with his fans after the match. His uncle was a turnaround executive leading several companies from distress and treating everyone with respect. Lonnie followed his uncle’s path, working to right companies in difficulty for thirty years until he started R…
 
Conner Young comes on the podcast to discuss powerlifting. Conner is a hybrid barbell athlete. He is a nationally qualified bodybuilder and a USPA junior national record holder in the bench press. He was the 2019 USPA Junior National Champion. He took second in the same event in the open division. His numbers are incredible with a 749.5 squat, 512.…
 
Here we cover some of the basics of HR that can have a huge impact on the operation of your company and are many times overlooked when businesses are trying to keep up with the day to day business. You will get a better understanding of how to cover your HR basics and set your company up for success. Your HR Problem Solver host is Mark Mitford, a s…
 
Alexey Vermeulen decided to leave the highest level of professional cycling in Europe to compete in gravel, road and mountain bike races back in the United States. In 2022 he won one of the biggest gravel races in America, the Belgian Waffle Ride San Diego as well as the Iceman Cometh mountain bike race and took part in the Lifetime Grand Prix seri…
 
This week’s episode focuses on the recovery benefits of cold therapy and cold plunges. Winter swimming expert and best-selling author Dr. Susanna Søberg joins WHOOP VP of Performance Science, Kristen Holmes, for a discussion around one of the top growing recovery behaviors. She has a Ph.D. in metabolism, is the founder of the “Søberg Institute,” an…
 
This week's EP features the author Brad Stulberg. Brad’s work explores the principles of mastery and well-being that transcend all capabilities and domains. He is particularly interested in the philosophical and psychological foundations of excellence, and the habits and practices necessary to attain it. He’s learned that whether someone is trying …
 
With inflation high, and high profile redundancies hitting the headlines, L&D is once again under pressure to demonstrate the value it offers and to have an impact in our organisations. So what can you do if your budget is slashed? This week on The Mind Tools L&D Podcast, David James shares his experiences of managing the L&D team at The Walt Disne…
 
This week, Pete and Jen explore the inverse of a concept they both practice by asking the question, what happens when we open ourselves up to more possibilities, even if those possibilities aren't an immediate hell yes? Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: What is the "Hell yes, or no" concept? And what is the inverse of that? Whe…
 
SHR # 2976:: 8-Hour TRE Does Not Lower MyoPS - Dr. Evelyn D. Parr - Since the widespread use of time restricted feeding there have been many questions about Intermittent Fasting being appropriate for different dietary goals. For metabolic health there appears to be o question. IF works. But for instance, if one is trying to gain lean body mass and …
 
The Cycle Effect is a non-profit organization based in Colorado that focuses on providing mentorship through mountain biking to girls and non-binary youth. Their focus is to make mountain biking accessible to everyone through their programs, especially for youth who typically don’t have access to the equipment and gear needed. I had the chance to s…
 
In this episode I speak with Dr Kieran File. Kieran is Associate Professor in Applied Linguistics at University of Warwick. Kieran’s main interest is in language use in high performance sporting contexts. Kieran is also director of Reactive Sports Media which offers research informed media training and advice for professional sports players, sporti…
 
Coach Tony Holler turned the “old style” of coaching on its head. He realized kids hated track. What had to change to make kids where they not only enjoyed track but, it was the best part of their day. Coach Holler has worked extremely hard to get his ideas out there in a way that can help athletes and coaches work together to get performance based…
 
Leighton Phillips has trained and raced endurance events from a young age. This included swimming, triathlon, and ultramarathon. After years of endurance experience, Leighton wanted to explore the world of low carbohydrate nutrition and performance. Along the way, he developed a product line SFuels, which he worked closely with Dan Plews, PhD to de…
 
Along with twelve buddies on a skiing trip to Val Gardena in Italy, Gregg contracted COVID before anyone knew what to make of it. He’d spend thirty-one days in a coma, waking to an entirely new world, and sixty-four days in the hospital, having to learn to swallow as well as walk. He lost all the fingers on his right hand and all to the one knuckle…
 
Sahil Lavingia has had an epic journey as an entrepreneur: he dropped out of college to become employee #2 at Pinterest and then went on to found Gumroad, one of the largest platforms for creators to sell their work and earn a living online. After the company failed to meet its VC-driven growth timeline and almost died, Sahil had to lay everyone of…
 
SHR # 2975:: Dead Bodybuilders Speaking from the Heart; Autopsy Analysis - Dr. Guillermo Escalante, Ph.D. - Are bodybuilders dying at a greater rate than the general public? Is there anything out of the ordinary that's affecting bodybuilders? And inherently risk of being a bodybuilder? This study analyzed publicly available autopsy reports of male …
 
This week’s episode is all about nutrition and learning how to create a diet plan that works for your body. WHOOP VP of Performance Science Kristen Holmes is joined by Co-Founder and CEO of Whole30, Melissa Urban. Melissa is a recovered addict, nutritionist, and a seven-time New York Times bestselling author who realized she needed to change her ha…
 
Stephen Seiler has been a guest on the podcast 3 times now and is one of our most poplar guests ever. He also holds the record for our longest podcast, over 2 hours! In 2018 I was fortunate enough to listen to Stephen speak at the Endurance Coaching Summit hosted by TrainingPeaks in Manchester. His talk on polarised training had me hooked, and I’ve…
 
This topic episode dives into working out when sick and when it is okay to resume training, and the reason and application of cool downs, with a final consideration about long cool downs. Thanks to Hans Weber & Jonas Narkeliūnas for submitting these topics. LMNT: drinkLMNT.com/HPO HPO Sponsors: zachbitter.com/hposponsors Support HPO: zachbitter.com…
 
Storytelling is present in every aspect of our lives, and that is no less true for business. In this episode of our Talent Talks Podcast, Jonathan sits down with the Creative Lead of Titus, Nick Kraeuter, to talk about how harnessing the power of storytelling gives you the ability to dramatically enhance many forms of communication. Nick tells crea…
 
Last week on the show we had James McLuckie join us to share his advice for winning an award, and this week - as we're approaching Oscars season - we thought we'd host our own award show: where the nominees haven't entered, the winners don't get anything, and the only criteria is what we think was interesting or cool in 2022. So, in this episode of…
 
Danny is entering his tenth year as a high-performance coach and injury management specialist and has predominantly worked with high-level military and athletes over the years. More recently, he has established himself as a fascial expert and released his marquee product Fascia Chronicles in 2022. Danny is currently the Director of Injury Restorati…
 
This week, Pete and Jen discuss the question of, what happens when people experience the exact same thing but perceive it entirely differently? Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: How do people's lived experiences influence how they might react to something? How do sonder and empathy relate to the concept of the perception parado…
 
This week Jeff revisits his interview with Dr. Amer Kaissi. Amer is an author of several books, an executive coach, a keynote speaker, and a professor at Trinity University. Jeff and Amer discuss the meaning of humility in a leadership context, including knowing and reflecting on your own strengths and weaknesses. During this insightful interview, …
 
The grind that is zone 2 endurance training is a GREAT training tool to add to your calendar on a regular basis in order to get the most out of your training. But, many people don’t want to make the time for it, think they have to do it for HOURS on end, or they think that it’s a waste of time because they’re not going hard enough (all of which are…
 
Brandon and Joel are joined by Mike Kamal, the Assistant Athletic Director for Strength and Conditioning at Merrimack College. We dive into a variety of topics mainly focused on the processes that went into Coach Kamal growing the Merrimack program from a Division 2 program that he ran by himself to the Division 1 program he and his almost double d…
 
This week I’m delighted to speak to Lindsey Hamilton. Lindsey is Head of Mental Conditioning at IMG Academy where she leads, develops, and facilitates a team of 12 mental conditioning coaches that oversees the mental skills development of over 1,100 student-athletes across eight sports. She also leads the IMG Institute through developing and delive…
 
Paul Laursen is an author, endurance coach, high-performance consultant and entrepreneur. He has used and coached athletes on low carbohydrate nutrition. He was formerly employed as the Physiology Manager for High Performance Sport New Zealand, and has retained his former joint role as Adjunct Professor of Exercise Physiology at Auckland University…
 
Coach Ott comes on the show to visit about his program. His excitement about the program and its growth shows as he discusses the upcoming year. A wrestler himself Brandon wrestled at Ottawa High School after thinking a knee injury ended his career he went into the work force. Fate intervened giving him a second chance to wrestle at Ottawa Universi…
 
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