43 episodes

The State of the Industry Podcast brings together the fitness industry's top innovators and influencers to discuss emerging trends in movement (state-of-the-art technologies, advanced movement/training techniques, performance nutrition, future trends, etc.). The problem for most is not information overload, it is filter failure, so we ask the questions most never knew to ask, providing practical information listeners can apply right away.

Hosted by Adam Jongsma, R.Kin, M.Sc., CSCS

State of the Industry Podcas‪t‬ State of the Industry Podcast presented by KP Movement Education

    • Health & Fitness

The State of the Industry Podcast brings together the fitness industry's top innovators and influencers to discuss emerging trends in movement (state-of-the-art technologies, advanced movement/training techniques, performance nutrition, future trends, etc.). The problem for most is not information overload, it is filter failure, so we ask the questions most never knew to ask, providing practical information listeners can apply right away.

Hosted by Adam Jongsma, R.Kin, M.Sc., CSCS

    Ep 43 - Josh Henkin Talks Context and Intent in Training and Programming (Part 2)

    Ep 43 - Josh Henkin Talks Context and Intent in Training and Programming (Part 2)

    Welcome back! 
    This week we have part two of my conversation with Josh Henkin, the founder and co-creator of ultimate sandbag training.
    Josh is a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist with over 20 years of experience in the fitness industry. He is highly sought after for his innovative functional training concepts that combine current science and real-world application. His innovative Dynamic Variable Resistance Training (DVRT) system provides a systematic approach to improving human performance. Our conversation continues regarding the importance of understanding context and intent when it comes to training and the use of specific tools, the 7 basic foundational patterns, how he looks at progressing exercises and movements, force production versus force absorption, and some key programming principles every coach and trainer should know.
    If you missed episode one, I highly suggest you check it out before diving into episode two. But, if you already have, I'll see you on the other side.

    • 57 min
    Ep 42 - Josh Henkin Talks Context and Intent in Training and Programming (Part 1)

    Ep 42 - Josh Henkin Talks Context and Intent in Training and Programming (Part 1)

    This week we have Josh Henkin, the founder and co-creator of Ultimate Sandbag Training joining the podcast.
    Josh is a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist with over 20 years of experience in the fitness industry working with athletes from the NBA, NHL, and NFL, as well as high school athletes and weekend warriors. His innovative Dynamic Variable Resistance Training (DVRT) system provides a systematic approach to improving human performance. He has a great passion for teaching, which has allowed him present in more than 13 countries at some of the top fitness conferences in the world. He has also written hundreds of articles for various publications, such as Men’s Health, T-Nation and Bodybuilding.com on the topics of functional based training and performance enhancement. He is highly sought after for his innovative functional training concepts that combine current science and real-world application. His work has led him to consult with the U.S. Marines and top performance/fitness facilities.
    Our conversation over the next two episodes discusses the importance of understanding context and intent when it comes to training and the use of specific tools, the 7 basic foundational patterns, how he looks at progressing exercises and movements, force production versus force absorption, and some key programming principles every coach and trainer should know.
    If you haven’t checked out the DVRT system or how sandbag training can be used within training, I highly suggest you check it out.
    Not let’s dive right in.

    • 50 min
    Ep 41 - Jim LaValle Talks Tracking Blood Chemistry to Optimize Health, Metabolism, and Performance (Part 3)

    Ep 41 - Jim LaValle Talks Tracking Blood Chemistry to Optimize Health, Metabolism, and Performance (Part 3)

    • 46 min
    Ep 40 - Jim LaValle Talks Tracking Blood Chemistry to Optimize Health, Metabolism, and Performance (Part 2)

    Ep 40 - Jim LaValle Talks Tracking Blood Chemistry to Optimize Health, Metabolism, and Performance (Part 2)

    In this episode, I continue my conversation with Jim LaValle, internationally recognized clinical pharmacist, author, board-certified clinical nutritionist, and expert and educator in integrative and precision nutrition.
    We continue right where we left off in part one (so if you haven't listened yet, I highly suggest you do that first) and Jim discusses the cascade of neurotransmitter depletion from a chronic state of arousal (also known as stress). But there is hope, Jim also provides the steps to end the cycle and regain optimal health and performance.
    See you on the other side.

    • 56 min
    Ep 39 - Jim LaValle Talks Tracking Blood Chemistry to Optimize Health, Metabolism, and Performance (Part 1)

    Ep 39 - Jim LaValle Talks Tracking Blood Chemistry to Optimize Health, Metabolism, and Performance (Part 1)

    This weeks episode is part one of three with internationally recognized clinical pharmacist, author, board-certified clinical nutritionist, and expert and educator in integrative and precision health, Jim LaValle.
    Jim has served thousands of patients using his "Metabolic Model for Health" through his integrative health practice, LaValle Metabolix in Orange County, California. 
    His experience spans from the super athlete to individuals struggling with chronic health complaints. organizations and athletes from the Chicago Blackhawks, Anaheim Ducks, San Jose Sharks, Toronto Maple Leafs, Orlando Magic, Philadelphia Eagles, New England Patriots, Houston Astros, St. Louis Cardinals as well as athletes from Olympians, to collegiate baseball, basketball, and football, car racing all search out his expertise for optimizing metabolism and targeting real-world results. He was selected to be the Integrative Medicine Program Director for the NFL Hall of Fame Health and Performance Program in 2019.
    Jim also educates and works with military Special forces to optimize resilience and metabolic reserve.
    James has authored 16 e-books and 20 books including the most recently released, Your Blood Never Lies, as well as his best seller, Cracking the Metabolic Code​.
    I could honestly go on and on, but I will let the episodes speak for themselves. In episode one, we discuss the importance of blood chemistry and why you should be regularly tracking certain blood markers for health and performance (in both you AND your clients).
    Enjoy, and I'll see you on the other side.

    • 59 min
    Ep 38 - Dr. Brent Brookbush Talks Movement Compensation and the Stabilization Systems

    Ep 38 - Dr. Brent Brookbush Talks Movement Compensation and the Stabilization Systems

    This weeks episode features Dr. Brent Brookbush, the Founder and CEO of the Brookbush Institute of Human Movement Science.
    Brent has been in the health and wellness industry since 1998, and an impassioned educator for nearly 10 years. Developing a presentation style that is clear and engaging, he has been focused on optimizing evidence-based, skill-centric, education for all human movement professionals. As a resource to industry giants from SHAPE magazine, Town Sports International, Equinox, and the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM), Brent is grateful to affect thousands of lives every year.
    Brent and I speak about the relationship between posture and pain, the development of movement compensations, and the role of the stabilization systems.
    Sit back and enjoy!

    • 1 hr 14 min

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