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Does your warm up prepare you effectively enough for your training? That's the topic of discussion in todays podcast with Tim & Jacko..How and why you need to tailor your warm ups (as we like to specifically call 'movement preparation') to the session you are about to engage in and your individual needs is what we'll explore. And give you some prac…
 
This amazing episode of the Movement, Strength and Play podcast we speak with Andreas Saltas aka the Bodmechanics. Andreas has an incrediable story of his own rehabilitation journey from being paralysed and told he'd never walk again to making a full recover and able to 'climb mountains'!.That sparked a desired to understand rehabiliation in a way …
 
We kick off the new year with the first podcast of 2022 encouraging us all to take a long term approach to our training mentality..That's because we often overestimate what we can achieve in a short period of time, get de-motivated when we don't achieve them because its unrealistic. But we you give yourself a full year, how much could you progress?…
 
Ask WHY enough times and you'll ever get to the bottom of your deepest motivation for something or get really confused and your head wants to explode!.This week on the podcast we try to do both!! We just the 'WHY' behind calisthenics as a whole but they go into what the 'why' is for each of us, how it's different for everyone and how it's changed o…
 
Merry Christmas everyone! An early Christmas present from all of us at the School of Calisthenics as we plan a little break over the festive period..Today though we're having some Christmas fun, sharing our favourite Christmas songs & movies, training tips over the festive period and what we've learned about ourselves from our training and life ove…
 
Why is Tim so fascinated with the shoulder? Why is the shoulder so complex and why do so many people have shoulder pain or issues with their shoulders?.In this episode Tim explains how so many previous dislocations forces him to understand the complex shoulder joint to a deeper level in order to protect his own shoulders. And now he's giving you th…
 
This week we have Dr Jay Wiles on the podcast who is a leading world renowned expert in HRV and biofeedback training. HRV stands for Heart Rate Variability. It's fast becoming one of the best marks professional sports people are using to track stress, recovery and performance..Jay explains exactly what it is, where it's come from and how best we ca…
 
We welcome Jack White aka 'Attuned' from instagram onto the podcast to take a wide but deep look into movement through the lens of philosophy!.What does that mean? You'll have to listen to the podcast to find out!!!.BLACKFRIDAY Offer 50% off handstand programmes! Use code: BLACKFRIDAY at https://schoolofcalisthenics.com/black-friday.Links mentioned…
 
Jacko's first ever marathon was a coastal trail marathon last month and in this episode he reflects on the challenges, what he learnt in the training and the event itself - which ended up being a P.B (it was the first so would always be!)..We discuss the benefits of nasal breathing for breathing efficiency and exercise economy, how to train that as…
 
What an amazing interview with Cole Clayton, you are in for a real treat and enlightenment with Cole Clayton this week..Cole is an osteopath in Australia doing incredible worth helping people to heal themselves. His approach to rehabilitation and helping people back to full health and athletic function might challenge your current thought process o…
 
What's better than 100 podcast episodes...? 101 you might say... no no 200!!!.That's right we've reach the double century or the doppio as the Italians would say! We look back on some of our favourite guests and episodes to eek out some of the best learning points and experiences over the last 200 episodes..We've been so luck and privileged to have…
 
You might think you can get bored of the basics or your too good, big or advanced for the basics BUT we've got news for you... you can't beat the basics! And you certainly never waste any training time when you are trying to master them further!.In this episode of the Movement, Strength and Play podcast by the School of Calisthenics we not only enc…
 
I got 99 problems but my handstand strength ain't one... said no one ever!.That's because having strength in abundance for your handstand in our belief is key to progression. The stronger you are the more 'brain capacity' you leave for the balance and cognitive demand of balancing on your hands..But... how do you effectively and progressively build…
 
With winter setting in and most of us enjoying the benefits of training at home we still don't have a gym membership and don't want one anytime soon. But training in your garden at home in the sun compared to training in your front room when its dark and raining outside are two different things..Training inside may have different challenges, not th…
 
With the podcast named 'Movement, Strength & Play Podcast' clearly we love strength and play within our training and see it as an essential part of our training..In this episode we discuss how rings can be such a great tool to provide strength and play through versatility for your own training. Combined with the fact they are so easy to use and por…
 
Robert Linkul is the owner of TOA (TrainingTheOlderAdult.com) a personal training studio and online continued education provider for fitness professionals in Shingle Springs, California. Robert is an internationally known continued education provider for fitness professionals with his area of expertise being in resistance training strategies for th…
 
We believe that movement is that key to the quality of your training and progress that we will go as far to say that it is THE MOST IMPORTANT element of your physical 'make-up'... Movement is the cornerstone of performance..In this episode we discuss and explain why our approach and philosophy to training is build upon the foundation of movement. I…
 
Chris Bishop, PhD, ASCC, FHEA is a Senior Lecturer in Strength and Conditioning at the London Sport Institute, where he is the Programme Leader for the MSc in Strength and Conditioning. Chris also serves as the current Chair of the Board of Directors for the UK Strength and Conditioning Association. Show Notes: Chris Bishop, contact info: E-mail: C…
 
Play is one of the cornerstones of what calisthenics is about for us at the School of Calisthenics. It's why we fell in love with calisthenics in the first place!.It's also one of the things we are known for at the School of Calisthenics and why lots of you like training with us and having online memberships with us - training can be and should be …
 
Strength is the foundation of bodyweight exercise and calisthenics because strength to weight ratio is so important. Being strong helps us also be more robust and resilient... but how do we get strong? What tips are we got to help you build strength more effectively and efficiently. Plus make sure you don't make the same mistakes we've done in the …
 
We get asked sooooooo many questions about how to improve mobility… “what should I do, what’s the best thing to do, what should I focus on to improve mobility?”.Now you know the answer to most things is always the annoying ‘it depends’ and that is the case to some degree..BUT, In this episode we pin each other down to just one thing!.What is Tim an…
 
This week we were invited on as guests with Ben Reuter for the moving 2 live podcast where the focus us using the world of exercise science and strength and conditioning to help us move better and enjoy life more..The longer and longer we train bodyweight and calisthenics we keep getting more and more excited about the benefits to our longevity and…
 
Moving2Live interviewed Tim Stevenson and David ‘Jacko’ Jackson, Co-Founders of the School of Calisthenics. Learn more about the School of Calisthenics at https://schoolofcalisthenics.com ; check out their podcast at https://schoolofcalisthenics.com/category/podcasts/ and see below for more about Tim and Jacko. Tim Stevenson has been a strength and…
 
If you've not heard of Ben Patrick the Knees Over Toes Guy on instagram and YouTube where have you been!? Having been through his own knee rehab he's now helping 1000's of others bullet proof their knees, working with everyone from 80 and 90 year olds to the best professional athletes in the world and everyone in between..Ben has an incredible stor…
 
This week we are combining the positive powers of exercise and gratitude with Mark White from Run Grateful..Run Grateful is a a social initiative aimed at cultivating a global running community with a focus on gratitude practice, using the power of movement as the vehicle, which Mark started just over a year ago during the COVID pandemic. Mark has …
 
What one person finds hard or deems 'the hard stuff' or hard calisthenics in their training is contextual and dependant on each person. For us there has been an evolution of each of our own individual training to the point where what we deem to be the 'hard stuff' or hard calisthenics for us we are doing less and less of it!.What about redefining y…
 
What Dr Ian Horsely doesn't know about the shoulder isn't worth knowing!.He's worked in the world of performance sports for decades and worked with some of the highest performing athletes across the world in multiple sports like England Rugby, England football, GB Olympic team and British Gymnastics to name but a few!.We were lucky enough to be inv…
 
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