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Improve your understanding of Human Movement! This information-dense, no-BS podcast is a platform for fitness professionals, physical therapists, strength coaches, personal trainers, students studying for the CSCS Exam and anyone who moves to learn the science of human movement. Host Matt Casturo, DPT, CSCS, discusses exercise science, coaching, training techniques, and more. Follow along on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/themovementsystem/ or head to https://www.themovementsystem.com ...
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Are you a physical therapist or physiotherapist looking for tips, tools, and strategies to work with more athletes, become a sports specialist or get a job in a sports setting...so you can finally enjoy the career that you’ve always dreamed of? If so, you’re in the right place...this podcast is for you. Your host is Dr. Chris Garcia, a physical therapist, business owner, entrepreneur, nationally recognized public speaker, and residency-trained sports specialist. Dr. Chris Garcia, PT, DPT, SC ...
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Jacked Athlete host, Jake Tuura, interviews those in the field of Athletic Performance, Muscle Hypertrophy, and Injury Reduction. You'll hear guests talk about strength & conditioning, vertical jump, knee pain, fat loss, muscle gain, and becoming a beast in general. Website: http://jackedathlete.com
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The Get-Fixed Podcast
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The Get-Fixed Podcast

Derrick McBride and Dr. Abid Husain

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Co-Hosts Derrick McBride and Dr. Abid Husain interview a wide variety of professionals in the sports medicine, performance, and health world. The goal of the show is to provide consumers with a more educated position in advocating for their own care and to provide the practicing professional more insight into different modalities.
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The Justin Lascek Podcast
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The Justin Lascek Podcast

Justin Lascek: Special Forces Green Beret

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Justin Lascek is a United States Special Forces soldier, a Green Beret, who was severely wounded in early 2019. After stepping on an IED, he lost both legs and testicles. This show will generally cover combat, medicine, love, music, philosophy, extremes of the human experience, and everything in between. Exploring these topics with guests will cultivate a community of growth, critical thinking, and compassion.
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Be inspired by stories of endurance, speed and adventure from inspiring every day female runners and triathletes from around the world. And learn from some of the top female experts. Presented by Rachael Woolston, owner of the digital content platform, Girls Run the World and journalist for Runner's World, Women's Running UK and more.
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As youth sports become more demanding, both of the kids and the parents, I'm providing my expertise as a resource for the highest level of personal training for youth athletes; and helping parents navigate youth athletics. Over 30 years in athletics as well as raising 3 collegiate scholarship athletes, my dynamic background helps position me as an expert in the health, fitness, and professional industries. I specialize in speed, quickness and jump training for youth athletes. Along with bein ...
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From three trips to the point of rock bottom - physically, mentally, and finally spiritually to building a life and business worth talking about, my name is Isaac Wilkins, and I'm a student of fitness and performance training, mental toughness, and finding your purpose in this life. I share everything I learn about fitness, nutrition, higher purpose, mental toughness, and overcoming adversity so you can break free of your rut and win. This show is for former athletes, warriors, and those who ...
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Do you work with or want to work with CrossFitters, powerlifters, and Olympic weightlifters? Do you struggle to get these athletes out of pain and back in the gym? In this episode, I share why barbell athletes require a different approach clinically and how you can make small adjustments in your practice. If you’re a sports PT and want to maximize …
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Have you ever questioned if you should or should not perform a grade 5 joint mobilization on a patient? If so, you need to hear my three case studies to learn when to NOT perform these techniques on athletes. In this episode, I share case studies of pro athletes who were injured with grade 5 mobilizations. If you’re a sports PT and want to ensure y…
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In this episode we discuss mobility and strength training like an athlete. We also cover performance testing principles and how to work your way up in the strength and conditioning field. Learn more from Jack: https://www.instagram.com/swain_performance/ This episode was sponsored by Legion Athletics: https://legionathletics.rfrl.co/9j4dv Get 20% o…
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Do you feel frustrated that despite all the exercises and tips you learn on podcasts and social media, you’re not progressing in your career path? You’re trying everything everyone tells you but you’re stuck in the same place. In this episode, I share how to stay on a consistent path to the career you’ve always dreamed of and away from “shiny objec…
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What would you do if an athlete asked to see you 5-7 days per week? Would you tell them they don’t need PT that many days or take on the challenge? In this episode, I share my experience working in pro sports managing athletes 7 days per week and what you can apply inside your clinic with the athletes in your community. If you’re a sports PT and wa…
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Dr. Geoff Green, PhD of Cognitive Brain Science is an expert in mental health and behavior science. Geoff was a friend of mine in college at Ohio State (go buckeyes) and has gone on to do some impressive things. He completed his PhD while playing professional football and building his speaking and consulting business. Thanks to Geoff for sharing hi…
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Episode Sponsored by Legion Athletics: https://legionathletics.rfrl.co/9j4dv Get 20% off your first order (and double legion points on subsequent orders) with the Code: MOVEMENT Legion Collagen Joint Supplement: Fortify Tendon Training Youtube Video (with research references in description): https://youtu.be/9mOlN9lDg_U?si=Um9ZaShqxm2j4TKL…
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The speciality of Sports PT will hit a roadblock over the next few years…and it will affect what types of active patients you will be able to see. In this episode, I share how sports PT will be stuck in professional opportunities and how you can avoid it at all costs. If you’re a sports PT and want to ensure you’re on the right path, you need to tu…
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Do you struggle to treat back pain? Do you feel lost and don’t know where to start? In this episode, I share how to confidently approach back pain as soon as the initial evaluation. If you’re a sports PT and want to ensure you’re on the right path with low back pain, you need to tune into this episode. Enjoy! _____________________________________ A…
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Do you ever feel like you give 100% of your energy and effort to patients but their outcomes and compliance don’t match what you put in? In this episode, I share an easy outline too determine which patients to push and apply more effort and when to . If you’re a sports PT and you want to thrive in your professional career, you need to tune into thi…
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PT burnout is common at years 3, 5, 8, and 10. There are a series of events that lead to burnout and many of these can be easily avoided. In this episode , I share why burnout happens and a step-by-step approach to avoid it. If you’re a sports PT and you want to thrive in your professional career, you need to tune into this episode. Enjoy! ________…
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In this episode, I share some of my thoughts on injury prevention, tissue tolerance, and knees over toes training in a more extended form. These are my thoughts on a few topics based on my own experiences and research over the past several years, they are subject to change with new evidence and experiences. Learn more: https://www.themovementsystem…
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Are you looking for ways to improve your evaluation of athletes? What are 2-3 things you can add that can make a big difference in your clinical approach? In this episode, I share 3 easy tips to include within your framework to gain buy-in from your athletes. If you’re a sports PT and you want to maximize your outcomes, you need to tune into this e…
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Physical therapists want to help athletes with wellness programs but often don’t know where to start or what to do. In this episode, I share how to successfully offer wellness programs for athletes who need support with performance programs and more. If you’re a sports PT and you want to take rehab with your athletes to the next level, you need to …
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Dr. Ramsey Nijem is a leader in the Strength and Conditioning field. He has worked as an NBA assistant and head S&C coach and currently is head S&C coach for Kansas Men's basketball. Ramsey discusses his path through S&C education getting his masters degree and doctorate of sport performance as well as what helped him work his way up to a head S&C …
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What would I have changed earlier in my career as a sports PT? In this episode, I share three simple and effective tips to help clinicians avoid the mistakes I’ve made in my career in professional sports and beyond. If you’re a sports PT and you want to accelerate your career with less mistakes along the way, you need to tune into this episode. Enj…
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In this episode, Dr. Tom Walters shares information from his new book Rehab Science. We discuss rehab timelines, treatment decision making, and the science of rehab. Check out the Rehab Science book (and all the books The Movement System recommends): https://www.amazon.com/shop/themovementsystem/list/2UJJ9KRPVDF2I?ref_=aip_sf_list_spv_ofs_mixed_d…
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What does it take to become a successful sports PT? After mentoring sports PTs over the last decade, there are three critical things that separate the best PTs from everyone else. In this episode, I share three things to focus on in your career path to become the sports PT you’ve always dreamed of. If you’re a sports PT and want to make sure you’re…
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How do you manage rehab differently when working with athletes vs community members? In this episode, I share my easy-to-use framework for managing pro athlete care. If you’re a sports PT and you want to ensure you’re providing a comprehensive approach to athletes, you need to tune into this episode. Enjoy! _____________________________________ Are…
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In this episode Zac Cupples (The Big Z) shares his expertise in addressing movement limitations with biomechanics. Zac breaks down how to think about movement problems from not just a muscular perspective but with a biomechanical lense. . Check out Zac's Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/@ZacCupplesPT…
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In this episode, we breakdown the timeline for tendon adaptations and the specific training strategies to build strong tendons. 5 Patellar Tendon Exercises Video: https://youtu.be/fbSaBMoUlw4 Learn exactly how to write great Strength and Conditioning Programs: https://www.themovementsystem.com/programdesigncourse…
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In this episode, I share the how to approach the patient, what to say, and how to follow up to ensure the patient is set up for success. If you’re a sports PT and you want to maximize clinical outcomes without scaring patients along the way, you need to tune into this episode. Enjoy! ________________________________________ Are you a physical thera…
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“I’m concerned my patient needs an MRI and I don’t know what to do.” This happens to PTs weekly and they find themselves stuck in a situation where they can do more harm than good. In this episode, I share the how to approach the patient, what to say, and how to follow up to ensure the patient is set up for success. If you’re a sports PT and you wa…
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With this episode, you'll learn all about gait mechanics and how to choose appropraite corrective exercises to address gait deficits. You'll also learn about the biomechanics of the hip, knee, and ankle. Learn more from Connor: Join his newsletter: https://www.conorharris.com/newsletter Biomechanics Course: https://www.conorharris.com/offline-biome…
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“It’s all about the patient. We should have a patient-centered approach” This is the approach most PTs take with clinical care and it’s a disservice in the long-term. In this episode, I share the how the patient-centered approach will limit our outcomes and the growth of our profession. If you’re a sports PT and you want to maximize clinical outcom…
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Have you ever felt overwhelmed trying to master all aspects of clinical care - documentation, manual therapy, exercise progressions, taping, bracing, etc? Do you want to an easy, clear way to streamline your professional growth as a sports PT? In this episode, I share the framework that successful sports PT throughout their career…and where sports …
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In this episode, we dive into the science of cardiovascular training. We get into heart rate zones, how to test max heart rate, what metcon workouts actually train, threshold training, multimodal cardio for non running athletes, and more! . Learn more about Program Design 101: https://www.themovementsystem.com/programdesigncourse…
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Do you find yourself stuck when treating specific regions of the body or managing tough cases? Do you feel like you’re missing something that will improve your outcomes but you don’t know what it is? If so, you’re in luck! In this episode, I share two very different patients/athletes and how to manage their care differently. I outline how to progre…
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In this episode the Aussie King of GPP Angus Bradley breaks down his thoughts on training. We talk about his approach to General physical preparedness training, core training, mobility, plyometrics, programming and more. . Angus has some hot takes on the value of some common training methods that may give you a different idea of how you're "suppose…
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In this episode, Foot and Ankle Rehab Expert David Grey breaks down training strategies for improving achilles tendon and foot strength. . We dive into plyometrics, balance, muscular coordination, and more! Learn more from David: https://www.instagram.com/davidgreyrehab/ Check out David's Foot and Achilles Rehab Programs: https://dgrinteractive.thi…
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Want to improve patient outcomes by doing one simple thing? The good news is…it will take you five minutes to do it within treatment sessions. In this episode, I share how PTs are sabotaging patient outcomes and they don’t even know it. If you’re a sports PT and you want to maximize your outcomes with athletes, you need to tune into this episode. E…
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In this episode, we talk all about force plate testing and how to understand the data. Chris has experience from the research side and training side using force plates and shares his expertise. Learn more from Chris: https://www.instagram.com/chrisbryant.03/ Check out the Full Force Plate Testing Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=11uS8bwkfcc…
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Do you find it easy to get patients better quickly? Are you looking for the next challenge in your career? Or, are you able to get outcomes but quickly but want to know how to ensure your outcomes are consistently high? In this episode, I share the danger of being a good sports PT and what 2-3 things will happen if specific treatment approaches are…
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In this episode we dive into coaching and training strategies for the hybrid athlete. We debunk some myths around the interference effect and provide a framework for how to think about hybrid training. Alec is a brilliant coach and athlete. You can learn more about his training here: https://www.instagram.com/alecblenis/ And check out Alec's Sex an…
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This is my BIGGEST recommendation for new grads and established clinicians! In this episode, I share how to stay focused in your career so you don’t get lost in random CEU courses and lost without mentorship. If you’re a sports PT and want to make sure you’re on the right path, you need to tune into this episode. Enjoy! ____________________________…
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Join the waitlist for The Movement System 12 Week Strength and Hypertrophy Program: https://www.themovementsystem.com/Strength-Hypertrophy-Program-Waitlist We'll send you the first 7 Days of the program free when you join the waitlist. Code: Movement20 for 20% OFF The Strength and Hypertrophy Program.…
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“What your best tips for public speaking?” After presenting to an audience size of 10,000 people and over 500 public presentations, I’ve consolidated my best tips into one episode. Whether you’re presenting at a local community event or a workshop in your clinic, there are four critical things to include in every presentation. In this episode, I sh…
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This episode covers the science and application of biomechanics to training. We cover classes of levers, force, work, power, rate coding, and more. . If you're studying for the CSCS Exam, make sure to join my CSCS Study Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2415992685342170 . Learn more about The Movement System CSCS Study Course here: https://www…
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“If I’m a sports PT, what’s one thing I should be focusing on besides learning more manual therapy techniques or exercise progressions?” In this episode, I share an outline to help sports PT improve their overall approach to athlete care. If you’re a sports PT and want to know what you’re missing in your professional development, you need to tune i…
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In this episode we breakdown the training strategies to develop elite conditioning. We dive right into the science and methods. Credit to Coach Joel Jamison for the M3 model (Metabolic, Mental, and Movement) referenced in the episode. Scroll back a few episodes to watch the conditioning episode with Joel. Learn exactly how to write great programs f…
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You don’t have to spend your weekends or nights working harder to get things done. This is one simple way to save 5 hours per week on your weekly patient care tasks. In this episode, I share an easy way to gain more time for your personal and professional development by modifying your home exercise program approach. If you’re a sports PT and want t…
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Don’t risk ruining your reputation by overstepping bounds when developing new relationships with personal trainers or strength coaches in your community. There are simple and effective ways to collaborate. In this episode, I share tips to support your local athletes with strength and conditioning programs AND work seamlessly with your local fitness…
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In this episode, Max breaks down his thought process when it comes to making training decisions for athletes. Max discusses the books he's learned from, the framework he uses to assess movement, and we go on a number of tangents that may or may not be helpful for you to listen to. Enjoy. Books referenced in this episode can be found here: https://w…
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“How do I create a strength & conditioning program for athletes?” It’s not as difficult as most physical therapists think. The best place to start is with a comprehensive intake and performance analysis. Once you determined the athlete’s needs, you create a monthly or quarterly program with corresponding parameters and exercises that address the de…
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“Verbal and vague”… this is the way most PTs outline care to patients with acute injuries. Instead, patients should have a full outline of care written down with expected week-by-week healing timelines so they have a plan. However, managing patient care with the “verbal and vague” framework delays healing, decreases patient buy-in, and leads to poo…
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In this episode, Simon breaks down the training techniques that have helped him become an elite sprinter. We discuss sprinting mechanics, joint angle specific strength training, technique training, and more! If you want to learn more from simon you can follow him at: https://www.instagram.com/hansensprint/ Check out Simon's sprint programs: https:/…
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How do you know if you’re on the right track to become a REAL sports physical therapist? Do you need your SCS or CSCS? What skills do you need to work on within your current phase of professional development? Before your spend more money or time on unnecessary CEU courses, this podcast will help you with the framework you’re looking for. In this ep…
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