34 episodes

Through years of research and working with the world's best athletes - Nike has learned greatness isn't born, it's trained. This podcast explores the cutting-edge of holistic fitness to help make you a better trainer and athlete. Listen to conversations with industry experts and discover the latest innovations, insights, and trends making the biggest impact on the training world.

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Through years of research and working with the world's best athletes - Nike has learned greatness isn't born, it's trained. This podcast explores the cutting-edge of holistic fitness to help make you a better trainer and athlete. Listen to conversations with industry experts and discover the latest innovations, insights, and trends making the biggest impact on the training world.

    Kara Saunders | How to Lose the Excuses And Show Up Strong

    Kara Saunders | How to Lose the Excuses And Show Up Strong

    Seven years after Australian CrossFit phenom Kara Saunders saw people doing a CrossFit workout, she stood on the podium at the 2017 CrossFit Games as the second-Fittest Woman on Earth. She’s also been crowned Australia’s fittest female five times. And just four months after giving birth to her first child, Kara was back on the competition floor of the 2020 CrossFit Open—where she earned 12thin the world. When it comes to dedication, commitment, and focus, Kara is clearly on to something. During this episode, Kara tells Ryan how she stays committed to training through any challenge, what gives her purpose, how nutrition has elevated her performance, and more.

    • 29 min
    Vinh Pham | Why PT Might Be Your Workout Game-Changer

    Vinh Pham | Why PT Might Be Your Workout Game-Changer

    If you consider physical therapy something you do when you’re injured, you’re not giving it enough credit. Sure, manual therapy (things like myofascial release, mobilization, massage, and more) can help you move pain-free, but it can also help you move more freely—so you can get the most out of every workout for a really, really long time. That’s what physical therapist and owner of the innovative Myodetox clinics Vinh Pham believes. In this episode, Vinh describes how his approach to recovery is shaking up the ever-evolving field of physical therapy, explains why you should be foam rolling your abs, and provides at-home DIY PT exercises you can do in 10 minutes a day that can help minimize pain and maximize your movements.

    • 42 min
    Shaquem Griffin | How to Maintain Your Confidence in the Face of “No”

    Shaquem Griffin | How to Maintain Your Confidence in the Face of “No”

    When Shaquem Griffin was 4, he had his left hand amputated. Growing up, that didn’t hold him back from much, including playing football—even though most of his coaches, players, and friends didn’t think he’d ever be able to make more than a hobby of it. Shaquem, now a linebacker for the Seattle Seahawks, holds some of his sport’s top awards and has certainly proved his doubters wrong. In addition to training and practicing relentlessly, Shaquem has spent his entire life honing an unbreakable never-give-up mindset. It’s what has allowed him to defy expectations and develop unwavering self-confidence that has taken him all the way to the top. In this episode, Shaquem breaks down how his approach to self-talk, recovery, nutrition, and more helped him achieve what seemed like an impossible dream.

    • 28 min
    BJ Fogg | How the Tiniest Habits Lead to the Biggest Changes

    BJ Fogg | How the Tiniest Habits Lead to the Biggest Changes

    To be the best version of yourself, all you need to do is make small, sustainable changes. At least that’s what behavior scientist, director of the Stanford Behavior Design Lab, and best-selling author of “Tiny Habits: The Small Changes that Change Everything,” BJ Fogg says. On today’s episode, Ryan sits down with BJ and digs into his research, case studies, and approach to changing behavior, uncovering how BJ’s Tiny Habits Method can improve everything from your training routine to overall happiness.

    • 36 min
    Ellen Latham | When Setbacks are Your Biggest Training Asset

    Ellen Latham | When Setbacks are Your Biggest Training Asset

    If you asked Ellen Latham twenty years ago where will you be in the next ten years, she
    probably would have said, "working at my dream job." But when Ellen was in her early 40s, raising
    a child as a single parent and pursuing her career as a fitness instructor, she was suddenly let
    go from that dream job. She had to weigh her options: she could either give up or forge a new
    path. What started as Ellen’s small cycling classes grew into a thriving fitness movement built
    on the idea of accepting your setbacks in order to overcome them: Orangetheory. Ellen’s years
    of research, expertise as a fitness instructor, and her own challenges have shaped the
    philosophy behind Orangetheory; it’s for everyone, at any level, no matter your ability. On this
    episode, Ellen breaks down the science behind every Orangetheory workout, what it takes to be
    not just a good but a great trainer, and why anyone, no matter your training goals, should make
    fitness a lifestyle.

    • 33 min
    Dr. Joel Kahn | Food is Medicine

    Dr. Joel Kahn | Food is Medicine

    When most people think about nutrition and fitness, they think about burning calories, weight loss, or fueling their body. But what we eat determines so much more than how we look, feel, or what we do at the gym. Our approach to nutrition says a lot about our values, our training and health goals, and the type of life we envision for ourselves. On today’s episode, we sit down with Dr. Joel Kahn, a cardiologist, best-selling author and a proponent of vegan and plant-based diets, who has learned that while nutrition looks different for everyone, finding the right one for you can improve your longevity, performance, sleep, and your own sense of self. Dr. Kahn will debunk some of the science behind the latest fad diets, explain how nutrition can stave off heart disease, and dive deep into the specific plant-based foods that everyone should put on their plate every day.

    • 34 min

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I’m a very busy individual like most, but at the same time I am also an athlete. So hearing from the different guest an other successful athletes that are brought on to the podcast is a huge help. Going through life day after day it’s good to hear from other people around the world and the different things that help them get through obstacles; and methods that seem to help them. These things I can input into my life, so I’m grateful for trained and hope more episodes are being created.

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Good but ep 5 and 6 are the same on s3

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