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The long and short of it is that the three of us started getting together every Wednesday morning to drink coffee, take a break and figure out how we were going to make an impact (and how we could work together to do so). We called it 'Solving the World's Problems Coffee Hour'. We chatted about all kinds of ideas: research, new workouts, combining things, and crazy ideas we heard on podcasts. Then it dawned on us. We should start a podcast. Yep, that is how we thought we might be able to mak ...
 
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It is important to identify not only barriers to health and fitness but also the motivators that help people get to where they want to be. We are hoping to bring some potential solutions through Clinically Pressed but these are so key for both people trying to get health and fit but also for the people that serve them. We did a small mini-review to…
 
Very little is new in the worlds of strength & conditioning/nutrition/fitness/performance yet, more and more seems to be coming out. How is that? Well most of it is in the interpretation, consolidation, and ultimately implementation of this information that can make it new and effective. It is ok for practitioners not to discover the “next big thin…
 
This research review looks at a study that utilized “research snacks” to see the effects on insulin, glucose and free fatty acids after melas throughout the day. These “snacks” consisted of ascending 3 flights of stairs as fast as possible every hour throughout the day. Each time would take between 10-20s. The results showed that for an overweight …
 
Logan is a former professional baseball player and multi-time successful business owner. He is the found of Deuce Gym and Original Nutritionals (we recommend you check out both). In this episode Kyle got to sit down with him while the Boland's were out in California. ​ So much is covered in this episode and it isn't all training philosophy based it…
 
This book is a must read and one that can be applied to almost every aspect of life. Whether you are training for yourself, helping someone else, or in just in implanting a growth mindset with your daily life, this is a read. The book focuses on a ‘growth’ vs. ‘fixed’ mindset and how they can impact your life. Fixed can keep you stuck and make the …
 
Di’kademe/: a division or contrast between two things that are or are represented as being opposed or entirely different. Moving to one extreme or the other can be hard to balance, especially if you try and make two seemingly opposing views/perspectives try and mix together and champion both of them. This is where dichotomy comes from and the conce…
 
In this part of the ‘Wish I Knew’ series we discuss nutrition. This topic can get in depth so quickly and there are so many facets of it that it could go on for hours, we tried to keep it short. Nutrition can get really complex, very quickly and that makes it even harder to apply good principles to your life and to others you serve. Some of the maj…
 
Muscle stiffness can be correlated with muscle pain. There are many ways to try and lessen it and in this study, researchers looked at how using TpDN would impact muscle stiffness of three muscle sites (infraspinatus, erector spinae and gastroc). What they found was that the reduction in muscle stiff was immediate but transitory. It happened to red…
 
There is still time to sign up for the 2nd Annual Youth Sports Symposium (check out our FB page or Mayo Clinic Health System's FB event page). This is an episode we recorded leading up to the initial one two years ago. The importance of Youth Sports Injury and how to hopefully prevent as many as possible. Youth sports injuries happen, it's part of …
 
We recorded this leading up the Youth Sports Symposium in 2019. This year we are taking the Youth Sports Symposium online so anyone can attend. There is a great line up of speakers and a lot of great information. This is a replay of an episode on nutrition for youth athletes we recorded leading up to the event. Check it out. Register: https://fb.me…
 
Baseball players use all types of methods to warm up before they get up to bat. It is still common to see weighted donuts and other implements in the on deck circle as well as players swinging multiple bats at the same time. But does all of this add up to swinging the bat faster? This study takes a look how swinging different weighted bats prior to…
 
This episode could have gone on for hours. Reflecting back on so many different things that I could have done differently in my career is almost daunting, but worth it to try and learn and shape a better career in the future. The lessons learned were not only clinical (but there were a lot of those). There were so many lessons that I should have le…
 
There are couple types of stoicism, Rick Cox in this Leadership Insight isn’t talking about the demeanor of being stoic but the theories, thoughts, principles of practices of stoicism. Stoicism has come back in gaining popularity as a way to apply ancient wisdom to everyday life through the work of Ryan Holiday and Tim Ferriss. This is an introduct…
 
The goal of any practitioner should be to continue to evolve and grow in their craft throughout their career. If you’re treating/training the exact same way you were 5-10 years ago you aren’t evolving and that could be a problem. In this mini-series I’ll be going through some of the things I “Wish I knew” earlier in my career and how I hope to get …
 
WWAR: Deskbound-Kelly Starrett We finally got to this book and it didn’t disappoint. We are big fans of Kelly Starrett and the mobility work he puts out and this is no exception. This book does a great job breaking down how sitting and being desk bound can have negative impacts on your health. Beyond that, Starrett does a great job giving practical…
 
In this Leadership Insight, Rick Cox reviews an article written by Dr. Matt Kutz titled ‘The Significance of Leadership for Advancing Clinical Practice and Improving Patient Outcomes in Athletic Training’. Rick dives into how Dr. Kutz talks about how leadership is key not only to the growth of the athletic training profession but in healthcare gene…
 
The idea of "functional training" has evolved to the point that it can be hard to recognize. This book though takes what was original known as functional training and does a great job showing how it can be integrated into any program and have a great impact on a training program. The cover conceptual ideas as well as give plenty of exercises that y…
 
A topic that I used to be very into and had since faded for me but listening to an episode of Freakanomics brought it back to the front of my mind. Do the shoes you wear really matter? The episode talked about the evolution of shoes and what it means to your feet and some of the long-term health of your feet and body in general. In this Clinical In…
 
This episode is a combination of ‘What We Are Reading’ and ‘Leadership Insight’. Joel is joined by Rick Cox (see Leadership Insights) to discuss some of their favorite passages from the book ‘Ego Is The Enemy’ by Ryan Holiday. This book hit both of them real hard, in a good way, that and made them think deep on what they can focus on when it comes …
 
In the second part of our conversation with Alex Friedman and Austin Schoen we continue talking about working with combat athletes and what it takes to keep these athletes working at the highest levels of training and competition. A lot more great information in this episode that continues to build off of what we talked about in Part I. Check it ou…
 
We recently did an episode discussing alcohol use and athletes. We wanted to follow that up with a quick review of some research on the topic. Looking at two articles (see below) we summarize what they found and how alcohol impacts athletes from the performance and recovery aspects. As with a lot of things, so much is dependent on context and how p…
 
In this part one of a two part episode we talk everything in regards to the training and care of combat sport athletes. Alex Friedman and Austin Schoen join us to discuss what it takes to not only train these athletes to help perform at the highest levels but also in how to keep them healthy when they are putting so much stress on their body at all…
 
Strength and control through the external rotators of the hips and shoulders is something that we lose over the course of time due to many factors. When you revisit it again and see how it is a natural movement that an infant naturally learns and performs it makes you realize just how powerful being effective in this range is. This is a short Clini…
 
In this Leadership Insight, Rick breaks down the concept of ‘Extreme Ownership’ by Jocko Willink. Jocko isn’t for everyone but we highly recommend at least reading this book and digging into the concepts that Jocko presents. When all else fails Jocko returns to the concept that everything falls on you, the leader, and it should because that is what…
 
The use of alcohol has been a part of athletics in numerous ways for as long as both have existed. Alcohol has been used by athletes to celebrate, relax, and potentially even help them get through competitions at times. But what does alcohol actually do to the training and adaptations that an athlete or someone who is working on their fitness? That…
 
Mark Verstegen is the founder of EXOS, one of the world leaders in sports performance and training. In his book "Every Day is Game Day", Mark lays out the cornerstones of the EXOS philosophy and gives a full breakdown on how they implement it in their facilities. This is s great read if you're looking at a new avenue for your programming or if you'…
 
Ep. 76: Dr. Chris Lockwood-Innovate. Validate. Educate. If you ever had questions on supplements, this is a great episode to listen to. This episode features Dr. Chris Lockwood who is interviewed by our very own Dr. A.J. Jagim. Both of these individuals are deep into the nutrition and supplement world and that comes out in so much detail in this ep…
 
Being a leader is more than being in a position of authority. It is also more than just getting things done, or getting them done right. It's about doing the right thing when the situation calls for it. Rick Cox breaks down leadership vs. Management in this Leadership Insight. www.clinicallypressed.com #clinicallypressed #complicatedsimple #health …
 
This has been coming for some time but it is finally here. Welcome to the Updated Clinically Pressed. Our primary focus still remains on "Making the complicated, simple" but we are adding more avenues to achieve that. We will still highlight health, nutrition, performance and wellness but will be adding Insights, Shorts and Interviews around the to…
 
We live in a world where the extreme seems to be transitioning to the norm and when one extreme idea comes out, someone has to find something as far on the opposite side to counteract it. Now, there may be a time and place for almost any extreme idea, intervention, workout, diet, etc. but for most of us life falls on a bell curve and things happen …
 
Eating seems simple enough but when you are trying to perform at a high level it can get confusing very quickly. In this episode, Andrew Jagim PhD breaks down what it looks like to eat like an athlete. A common pitfall to training at the highest levels (whatever they may be) is not consuming enough to fuel your body to achieve what you need. Dr. Ja…
 
With a lot of New Years Resolutions in the works and many of those based around diet and body composition we wanted to give you a breakdown of how we see the process and how it works. Dr. Jagim breaks down what a calorie is and how that relates to caloric deficit and different goals when it comes to body composition. #complicatedsimple SUBSCRIBE: h…
 
This was a game changer episode as it took us outside of the normal treatment and approaches we typically had done and stretched our though of comprehension. So insightful and after talking with Shannon, have to consider something more out there that helps shape all of us. On this episode we have Shannon Amberg PhD and Reiki Master. This is the fir…
 
Corey Campbell is a leader in the chiropractic world. Not only with his work with Motion Palpation Institute but in how he approaches his clinic and his patients. This is an episode that gets referred back to often as a great example of how to take a look at the bigger picture and focus on the patient. This was our first interview on our trip to Om…
 
Josh MClain is a physical therapist that takes a very unique approach to his work. First, he serves a lot of wrestlers that makes what he does unique just by the nature of the sport and the demand those athletes place on their body. Along with his work as a PT he also runs a venture of a traveling ninja warrior course. Josh takes a completely diffe…
 
After Jim Stoppani finished talking on the topic of Building a Safer Supplement Industry through Education while he was at UWL he opened it up to questions. Jim covered everything from continuing your education, to how Jym Supplement Science was built and how to create your own niche as you move along in your career. Great information on all fronts…
 
We are going back to some of our most played episode on the podcast as we gear up for a relaunch of Clinically Pressed. Bringing more insight and thoughts to help people from clinicians to patients. More to come but until then, please enjoy these top replays. This was a trip Kyle and Joel took to a Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization Level 1 course…
 
In a world of extremes in health and fitness it can be a good reminder to mind the middle. There are so many things that can work but they don’t work for everyone, no matter what anyone says. If there was a one size fix all, we’d all be doing it and that would be the end. That hasn’t occurred yet.This is a friendly reminder of looking at due dilige…
 
This episode features Alex Friedman, strength and conditioning coach and CP Ambassador. Alex is currently out in Colorado finishing up his masters degree. In this episode we focus on Alex’s background as a wrestler as well as how that is playing into his future plans as a strength and conditioning professional. In his journey Alex was able to spend…
 
In this ‘What We are Reading’ we highlight Sue Falsone’s book “Bridging the Gap-From Rehab to Performance”. This book does a fantastic job of breaking down the entire injury process from initial management to return to full sport participation. There is a ton of great information in this book for sports medicine professionals, strength and conditio…
 
CP Host Kyle Boland, DC has spent the last year+ going through a functional medicine program through the Kresser Institute. Through this training Kyle is hoping to bring another level of evaluation and care to the patients he sees. Through functional medicine there is an opportunity to really work down to the core of what is causing the problem som…
 
There are always options about what you can buy when it comes to health and fitness. In this Clinical Insight Shaw Eno talks about what you should be looking out for when it comes to most “custom” orthotics. There is a lot of sales gimmicks out there that don’t help when you’re trying to find out what is right for you and there is some great advice…
 
With everyone trying to sell something, especially now as a quick fix, we put out there some ideas of what supplements we think can help you in the long run and what might to be worth your time. Check it out.In this second Round Table Discussion we cover a very large and often controversial topic. Supplements. There are almost countless options out…
 
There is so much uncertainty in the world right now. Being home, not working, scared of being sick. There are so many things that can bring stress especially if money is tight for the foreseeable future. With that, we have seen a lot of “scams” out there claiming immune boosts to fight COVID-19. While some of the things can help with your immune sy…
 
It isn’t just enough to get your custom orthotics that will directly address what you are dealing with, you also then want them to last for as long as possible. In this Xtreme Footwerks Clinical Condition Shawn Eno takes us through how to clean your orthotics and maximize their life to get the most for your money. These are some simple tips that ca…
 
In this Clinical Insight we take a shallow dive into the Radiculo-Neuropathic Myofascial Pain Model. This model was heavily influenced by Dr. Chan Gunn. It is a very solid model in the evaluation and treatment of chronic pain as it takes into consideration a lot of key components that play a role in the production of chronic pain. We talk through h…
 
Fueling your body as a competitive athlete can be much harder than it looks. We often times see the biggest issue come up with under consuming and when that it happens it tends to be by a lot. In this round table discussion we talk about the biggest issues we have seen with competitive athlete nutrition. How do you know how many calories to consume…
 
On our traveling tour of the Twin Cities with CP Ambassador Eric Twohey we got to talk with Josh McLain DPT. Josh works out of a very high level wrestling academy and functional fitness gym. Along with that Josh owns Ninja Anywhere which is a traveling Ninja Warrior course that you can try your best at and see how you stack up against some of the b…
 
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Sean Gallagher is a chiropractor and sports performance coach. We've talked to him multiple times and for good reason, he has so much knowledge and application of treatment and training that it needs to be shared. In this episode we catch Dr. Gallagher on the back end of a trip to Europe where he was at a course focused around Dynamic Neuromuscular…
 
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