The Equestrian Performance and Fitness Podcast is brought to you by Equestrian Sports Specialist, Dr Jenni Douglas. Jenni has extensive research experience in equestrian sports with a focus on the riders performance and she along with guests will bring you conversation and insights into all aspects of equestrian performance including latest research, mindset, nutrition and fitness.
Stress is Stress!
In this episode of the podcast Jenni asks you to reflect on how much stress you have in your day to day life combined with your training. Are there simple steps you can take to make your adaptations to training more effective?
Doing Hard Things
In today's podcast Jenni discusses why going down the easy road may lead to some short term success but rarely sees you reaching your full potential. We discuss emotions, and growth, activated thoughts and why doing hard things is doing the right thing.
Performance Demands on the Endurance Rider: Physical Demands and Training Considerations
In this podcast I explore the physiological and physical demands placed on endurance riders and suggest strength and conditioning methods you could employ to increase capacity and robustness in the endurance athlete (rider).
You can find a full link if your institution has access to the paper with this DOI 10.3920/CEP200033
Equestrian Rider Biomechanics PhD Study with Celeste Wilkins
Today we welcome a friend, colleague and soon to be Dr Celeste Wilkins who is finishing her PhD in Rider Performance (Biomechanics Focus) at Hartpury University. Listen to us discuss what it is like completing a PhD in Rider Performance, our joys, frustrations and top tips for you looking to study in the field.
Celeste was also the original web designer for www.eventingfit.com back in 2015 and has been a big part of the business set up and creation and in this industry, together is better than alone.
You can follow Celeste on www.celestewilkins.com
Shoulder Injuries Round Table Discussion
In this podcast episode share *our* thoughts and opinions from your questions related to shoulder injury. As I mention in the podcast, always speak to a medical professional should you have concerns about an injury!
Equestrian Performance Council Round Table Discussion: Shoulder Injuries
Hosted by Nicole Brown Media (https://www.nicolebrownmedia.com) and including discussions with myself (https://www.eventingfit.com) and Tony Sandoval (https://www.coachsandotraining.com) Lisa Bauman (https://www.omriding.com) and Natasha Gunston (https://www.eventingphysiologist.com).
Listen as we discuss all your questions on shoulder Injuries
Nutrition Essentials For Equestrians
In this episode we explore what the key macronutrient groups are and how you can easily track them without counting!
I also introduce you to my new online course, Nutrition Essentials for Equestrians and show you how to get your free hand portion download today (sign up below!)