The SHIFT Show is an educational podcast to help people get the tools, ideas, and latest science they need to help change athletes lives. It is hosted by Dr. Dave Tilley a Sports Physical Therapist, Gymnastics Coach, Strength and Conditioning Coach, International Lecturer, and the CEO of SHIFT movement Science.
Jennifer Sey of the Athlete A Film Discusses What Needs To Change in Gymnastics
Todays podcast I am super excited and grateful to be sharing a wonderful question and answer session I was asked to do by Jennifer Sey, is one the producers from the impactful Athlete A Documentary. We discuss why we have still such a lack of evidence based practice and science in our sport, but also what is being done well right now, and what’s giving me hope to keep doing my best, by the athletes.
How To Train Harder and Smarter Using Workloads with Tim Gabbett and Scott Willgress
Kicking off another chapter of the podcast and diving into the year with some very exciting returning guests. Tim Gabbett, Sport Scientist and Workload Researcher from Australia and Scott Willgress, Ellie Black’s strength and conditioning coach share their ideas on workloads, wellness and strength and conditioning. This is the future of gymnastics, making sure athletes are not only performing to their best but also staying healthier.
Gymnast Alliance and A Call For Change with Jennifer Pinches and Claire Heafford
I'm so excited to be joined by #GymnastAlliance founder Jennifer Pinches and her co-founder for Gymnast4Change Claire Heafford. We discuss the harsh reality of Gymnastics Culture change including the impact of Athlete A, and how we can move forward.
The Future of Gymnastics Strength Training and Overcoming Cultural Barriers with Annemarie Alf
Today on the podcast we have a fellow physical therapist and specialist Annemarie Alf who has an amazing story. She shares her experience in PT and S&C working with the Chinese National Team becoming a performance consultant for them for the last 10 years. Working on change related to injuries and management but using strength and conditioning. We also talk honestly about what are we still missing in gymnastics, why aren’t they fast enough, why they have injuries, and why are they burning out?
How To Build A New Approach to Gymnastics – Interview with Ryan Zeisloft of Gifted Performance
This week on the podcast I was asked to do interview with Ryan Zeisloft who runs the Gifted Performance Podcast, he reached out to me and wanted to ask some questions related to gymnastics culture, long term athletic development, gymnast’s lifting weights and the gymnastics alliance movement. We talk about so many different things that I think are doing to be fundamentally important in gymnastics moving forward.
Advice Every Gymnastics Coach Needs to Hear on Flexibility, Gymnasts Wanting to Quit, Icing, and Managing Goals
With the launch of SHIFT HQ I raffled off a free consult with my self and regular podcast guest Eva Shute. Katie was the consult winner and we sat down and talked about icing controversy and injuries, how to gain flexibility and make it stick and the science behind that. But also some harder conversations; how do you keep all your athletes motived and give them what they need, and not have any cultural issues with friction between gymnasts with different goals.