Movement Fix Podcast is about health, fitness, nutrition, and human movement to help you become a master of your body. Hosted by Ryan DeBell, M.S., D.C.
156 - Jason Feairheller, BS, CSCS - Plyometric and Speed Training Fundamentals
Jason Feairheller, BS, CSCS discusses speed, agility, and plyometric training fundamentals, and how to incorporate them into your training routine.
Pat McNamara, PT - What you didn’t know you needed to know about ultra running
Pat McNamara is an Australian physiotherapist, ironman athlete, ultramarathoner, and overall awesome guy. In this episode, he shares his knowledge and experience on what a person should know who is preparing for an endurance event, such as training schedule, supplementation, changing your socks, 5-minute naps, and perspective.
154 - Sean O'Mara, MD, JD - Visceral Fat
Sean O’Mara, MD, JD, joins to discuss visceral fat, its negative effects on human health, and interventions to reduce it.
153 - Richard Ulm, DC, MS, CSCS - Trunk stability, strength training, and other things
Richard Ulm, DC, MS, CSCS, from Athlete-Enhancement.com and instructor of DNS Strength Training, joins to discuss trunk stability, low back stiffness, strength training, among other things.
152 - Michael Mash, DPT, CSCS - Making Barbell Exercises More Accessible for More People
Dr. Michael Mash joins in this episode to discuss making barbell exercises more accessible for more people.
151 - Jason Brown, MS, CSCS - Returning to the Gym after Time Off
Jason Brown, MS, CSCS, of BP Training Systems, joins to discuss programming considerations when returning to the gym as gyms open back up and his collaboration with Movement Fix for the free Return to the Gym Training Program we released.
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One of the best fitness shows
Movement Fix is hands down one of the most informative, interesting, and useful shows out there. Dr Ryan is a great interviewer, his guests are brilliant and the conversations are enjoyable, casual, and stay on topic. As a fellow podcast host, I get a lot of inspiration from it!
Love to see more about options for cartilage repair.
OATS, Allograft, MACI, Microfracture
Movement fix podcast has been the longest running podcast I have been following.
Because it gets me thinking...
It doesn’t provide information to simple give data or info but to provide context for thought provoking ways for clinicians to think and treat differently, for individuals and athletes to move and feel better, and for all of us to live and be better.
Thank you Ryan for sharing