16 episodes

Both physios and athletic development coaches, Tracy Fober and Domhnaill Fox navigate through the world of rehab.

Raising questions and starting a dialogue on how we work, problem solve and learn.

Aiming to start a long and fruitful discussion series around all things Physio & the Art of Human Performance

Physio & the Art of Human Performance Tracy Fober & Domhnaill Fox

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Both physios and athletic development coaches, Tracy Fober and Domhnaill Fox navigate through the world of rehab.

Raising questions and starting a dialogue on how we work, problem solve and learn.

Aiming to start a long and fruitful discussion series around all things Physio & the Art of Human Performance

    Toolbox Talk #3 - Boxes, Steps and Blocks: what, why and how for clinicians and coaches

    Toolbox Talk #3 - Boxes, Steps and Blocks: what, why and how for clinicians and coaches

    This is a discussion about our exposure to and use of boxes, steps and blocks. We discuss where and how they were introduced to us, what we use them for and how we coach their use. We give an insight into the thought processes and decisions we make around progression and variation with boxes. We also talk about our own boxes which we both value so much as an essential part of our rehabilitation and athletic development toolbox.

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    • 40 min
    Toolbox Talk #2 - Hurdles: what, why and how for clinicians and coaches

    Toolbox Talk #2 - Hurdles: what, why and how for clinicians and coaches

    This is a discussion about our exposure to and use the simple hurdle. We discuss where and how it was introduced to us, what we use it for and how we coach it. We give an insight into the thought processes and decisions we make around progression and variation with the hurdle. We also talk about our own hurdles which we both value so much as an essential part of our rehabilitation and athletic development toolbox.

    • 52 min
    Toolbox Talk #1 - Hex bars: what, why and how for clinicians and coaches

    Toolbox Talk #1 - Hex bars: what, why and how for clinicians and coaches

    This is a discussion about the origin and utility of the hex bar. We discuss why it was developed, what we use it for and how we coach it. We give an insight into the thought processes and decisions we make around progression and variation with the hex bar. We also talk about Tracy's Hexlite bar which we both value so much as an essential part of our rehabilitation and athletic development toolbox.

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    • 59 min
    Purpose and Process with John Kiely

    Purpose and Process with John Kiely

    In this episode we interview one of the most thoughtful and progressive minds in applied sports and exercise science - John Kiely. John is most widely known for his papers questioning widely held beliefs around periodization. In this interview we look mostly at his other work including coordination, rehabilitation and stress. John gives us some brilliant insight into the complex science behind building relationships in rehabilitation and how coordination should be trained and relearned post-injury.

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Performance Health

    Performance Health

    In this episode we discuss the term Performance Health and what it means to us across the continuum of physical development. We discuss how Performance Health looks in action while discussing it's art and science. We make a case for how we see it fit in the circumstances we each work in. We make regular reference to Xavier Roy's (our friend) recent article in SimpliFaster (https://simplifaster.com/articles/sports-academics-training-medical-school/) and Craig Pickering's recent series for HMMRMedia (http://www.hmmrmedia.com/pickering/).

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    • 54 min
    Coaching female and male athletes - the reality and the assumptions (with Taylor Lorbiecki)

    Coaching female and male athletes - the reality and the assumptions (with Taylor Lorbiecki)

    In this episode we change the format to an interview. Our first guest Taylor Lorbiecki and co-host Donie Fox are those being interviewed by Tracy. Taylor is an Athletic Development coach working in the Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs. She has a unique perspective on sports participation and coaching based on her own sporting accolades. We discuss the real and perceived differences between male and female sports, and athletes. This episode is influenced heavily by Dr. Sophia Nimphius recent presentation on the topic - https://youtu.be/iq6zGfD9s-Y. As coaches of female teams both Donie and Taylor describe their approaches and how it has evolved from their own competing days. We discuss how athletic preparation differs between male and female sports and how that is only sometimes appropriate. We dive into the culture around the provision of facilities and funding for female sports and how that creates more of a disadvantage than perceived and generalised differences between males and females.

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    • 1 hr

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