Ep67 | Fatigue With Dane Gifford, Nate Jones, And Matt Shiver The Healthy Charleston Podcast

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On episode 67 of The Healthy Charleston Podcast, we have three very special guests filling in for me.  They are Dane Gifford, Nate Jones, and Matt Shiver of Made 2 Move Physical Therapy.  They address the challenges of Olympic weightlifting, what it's like to diet as an Olympic lifter, and the many definitions of fatigue and physiological adaptations.
 
Topics Covered:
 

* Matt Shiver's educational and sports background
* The importance of training environment
* When have you gone too far in your training without properly progressing and recovering?
* What does an Olympic weightlifting diet look like?
* Use of PEDs in competitive sports
* Nate laying out the definitions of fatigue and what they mean
* What does it mean to have a strong 'mental game'?
* What physiological adaptation prevents us from dying under physical stress in sport?
* How a coach or physical therapist plays a part in preparing an athlete to address fatigue
* Dehydration or overheating?  Which one is more detrimental to performance?

On episode 67 of The Healthy Charleston Podcast, we have three very special guests filling in for me.  They are Dane Gifford, Nate Jones, and Matt Shiver of Made 2 Move Physical Therapy.  They address the challenges of Olympic weightlifting, what it's like to diet as an Olympic lifter, and the many definitions of fatigue and physiological adaptations.
 
Topics Covered:
 

* Matt Shiver's educational and sports background
* The importance of training environment
* When have you gone too far in your training without properly progressing and recovering?
* What does an Olympic weightlifting diet look like?
* Use of PEDs in competitive sports
* Nate laying out the definitions of fatigue and what they mean
* What does it mean to have a strong 'mental game'?
* What physiological adaptation prevents us from dying under physical stress in sport?
* How a coach or physical therapist plays a part in preparing an athlete to address fatigue
* Dehydration or overheating?  Which one is more detrimental to performance?