In this episode of the TRA Performance Podcast, MSc biomechanist, personal trainer and record-holding Paralympic swimmer Travis Pollen gives us his take on using full body assessments with new clients... and why holistic testing is key to great exercise programming.
In this episode of the TRA Performance Podcast, coach Yas Parr discusses his approach to strength and conditioning for combat sports with Vicky Mirceta.
In this episode, Patrick Umphrey discusses how a forum sub-thread led to 'Eat, Train, Progress' - one of the biggest online groups based on food, training, and self improvement. Patrick also shares some of his insight as a coach too, discussing how he structures training and diet to get the best results from his clients.
In this episode, muscle hypertrophy researcher Dr Brandon Roberts PhD discusses the difference between contest prep in bodybuilding and powerlifting. Brandon is currently a postdoctoral researcher in muscle physiology and has a long list of peer-reviewed publications. He is also an experienced weightlifting coach at The Strength Guys and holds a CSCS certification too.
In this episode of the podcast, Brad Schoenfeld gives us some of his views on power building, dehydration and the mind-to-muscle connection in muscle hypertrophy training.
In this episode, Jonathan Pain BSc, CSCS from Complete Human Performance and Painless Performance gives us his views on everything you need to know about ultra-endurance sports.
In this episode our host Vicky Mirceta speaks to Sigma Nutrition's Danny Lennon about making weight in powerlifting, without sacrificing performance.
In this podcast, our very own Dr Paul Rimmer gives us a taster of his seminar on the 14th July in Sheffield. In this episode he discusses current consensus of metabolic damage and factors that may influence metabolic adaptation with our host, Vicky Mirceta. Paul also covers talks about strategies for physique athletes - particularly female competitors and post-show calorie consumption.
In this podcast, Joseph Agu discusses nutrition for hypertrophy and his upcoming content for his TRA Performance Education seminar on the 14th July 2018 in Sheffield. Joseph covers optimal dieting strategies for muscle growth, the latest protein studies and other useful information on nutrient timing and rates of expected natural muscle gain.
Today, Vicky Mirceta from the TRA squad sits down with Dr Alan Ruddock, a physiologist based at Boxing Science and Sheffield Hallam University. In this episode they discuss what differentiates GOOD testing and programming from GREAT...
We are not just talking about athletes here either. Alan focuses on making the elderly population stronger, fitter and pain free as well.
Some majorly interesting facts and knowledge bombs here.
In this episode we talk to Dr Andy Galpin about how muscle fiber typing could influence hypertrophy, how adapting your training regimen affects dominant fiber type, and how research on genetic differences could be the next step in strength and fitness.
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In this episode, Vicky Mirceta discusses with Ash Cox the role that weight training has in helping young people develop fitness, strength conditioning, health outcomes and motor skills.
If you want to know why 'kids can lift weights too', you're going to enjoy this one.
On today's podcast, our host Vicky Mirceta has the pleasure of speaking with Dr Gary Mendoza. They look at behaviour change, adherence strategies for optimal weight management results, as well as motivational interviewing.
In this episode, Gary and Vicky talk about psychology, emotions, performance and much more, giving you a taster of what to expect at Gary's seminar coming up on the 4th and 5th of August 2018 in Sheffield.
In the first episode of the TRA Performance Education podcast I speak to Meghan Callaway, an inspiring and upcoming personal trainer driven by making exercise FUN and empowering women to be stronger and gain confidence, not just in the gym but in their every day lives as well.
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IG - MegahnCallawayFitness
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