The Human Performance Project is a podcast that explores the depths of human performance from an endurance athlete's perspective. We cover topics ranging from endurance training to cognitive performance to the role of genetics in shaping our everyday lives. Give it a try and give us some feedback!
Measuring Physiological and Neurological Stress and What To Do About It (Part 1)
Jason Brooks and Dr. Noah Moos sit down to talk about measuring Heart Rate Variability (HRV) and DC Potential. They make a case for measuring physiological and neurological stress, what HRV and DC Potential are and how to interpret and act on the insights you collect.
In todays Podcast we take a deep dive into glycemic control (blood sugar regulation) and why it's so important to health and performance.
Strength Training for Endurance Athletes - Part 2 - The Neuromuscular Connection
In this episode, Jason and Dr. Noah Moos sit down with local strength coach, Mallory Brooks, to discuss the connections between our brains and our muscles and how we repair, rebuild, strengthen, and expand those connections to develop resiliency and improve athletic performance.
Strength Training for Endurance Athletes - Part 1
We're joined by David DeLeon, the Founder and Head Coach at Of The Lion Fitness (A.K.A. OTL fitness). The three of us make the case for strength as a tool to improve your human (including athletic) performance.
We outline what constitutes strength training and what fundamental movements are most important. We rant about what constitutes poor strength training, we highlight many misconceptions about strength training, and we offer unsolicited advice about how to find a good strength training coach. Please enjoy responsibly!
In this episode, Jason and Dr. Noah Moos discuss the esoteric yet important topic of environmental toxicity. Identifying and mitigating exposure to environmental toxins is an easy way to reduce total stress load and ensure you are maximizing nutrient uptake in your daily diet.
Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) with Jenni Finley
In this episode, Jason and Dr. Moos interview Jenni Finley, a 500 hour certified Yoga instructor and mental training coach who uses NLP to help athletes achieve greater levels of mental preparedness for sports competition.
We discuss what NLP is and make a case for mental training. Then we discuss how differs from mental training techniques and geek out on the NLP mental training tactics.