Podcast by FitPro
Podcast by FitPro
Discussing the trainer's pandemic perspective
This is a slightly different podcast to what you are used to from Fitpro. Today Aaron Barnett speaks to two other fitness professionals, Robert Kane and Teresa Wheatly, to explore what has happened in our industry due to COVID-19 and what's going to happen moving forward, from both the personal trainer and group exercise perspective.
The challenges that a stoma brings
In 2010, Sarah Russell was rushed into hospital with abdominal pain, given major surgery and ended up with a stoma. Here, she speaks to Jane Waller about her journey, the challenges she has overcome to train for marathons and how she is now educating healthcare and fitness professionals on how they can help clients who experience similar challenges.
For more information:
Me+recovery by ConvaTec http://bit.ly/32lDWFR
PT’s can call and get a pack sent to them and also encourage patients to register for the free pack/exercise programme
Sarah's book available to buy from here https://amzn.to/38LPnJu
What are the benefits of the integrated bio-psycho-social approach?
International speaker Anthony Carey owns Function First in San Diego, which primarily works with clients in chronic pain. Here he talks to Aaron Barnett about his integrated bio-psycho-social approach to training and how it can impact on clients’ goals, and looks at the scope you have for working with clients to help them manage their pain.
How the mental, emotional and physical interact
Some of us are experiencing higher levels of anxiety as we continue to live in a locked-down state due to covid-19. In this podcast, John Polley discusses how the mental, emotional and physical systems are all connected – and how your attitude to stress can affect your physical wellbeing. It’s an interesting listen with some useful pointers to take away at this troubling time.
Life in Lockdown
In this week's podcast, we have done special coronavirus focused podcast. In this FitPro’s managing director, Jane Waller, speaks to leading dietician and sports nutritionist, Linia Patel. She is currently on lockdown in Italy and in this podcast FitPro explores life in lockdown and useful advice that you can share with your clients and members.
Blood Flow Restriction Training
In this week's podcast, FitPro’s managing director, Jane Waller, speaks to Exercise physiologist, Tony Boutagy about the benefits of blood flow restriction training.
About the podcast guest:
Tony Boutagy has been a trainer for 25 years, specialising in the development of strength and endurance, and training for body composition. He holds a PhD in exercise science and is an accredited exercise physiologist (ESSA). Tony runs educational courses for personal trainers in his Sydney-based facility. For more information, visit his website: tonyboutagy.com