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The Performance Podcast is a weekly one-of-a-kind Strength, Conditioning, Training, Fitness, and Performance Podcast hosted by Wil Fleming and Coach Dos! Each week we have interviews with some of the top strength and conditioning coaches in the country as well as a 1 on 1 talk with legendary strength coach Robert Dos Remedios (Coach Dos)
 
Inspiration and motivation from the Olympics with interviews from the world's best athletes. Discover the mentalilty it takes to succeed in one of the planet's toughest tests: the Olympic Games. Whether it's wrestling, swimming, figure skating, weightlifting, or gymnastics - the Olympic Channel Podcast will have you living your best life in no time. Hosted by Ed Knowles, past guests include four-time Olympic gold medallist Simone Biles, Olympic champion wrestler Jordan Burroughs, world champ ...
 
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On this episode we talk with Josh Henkin about how to build resiliency and how to assess movement properly in weightlifters. We talk about building a simple screen of human movement which can reveal big weaknesses and we discuss how to move better when an athlete's sport is single planar! Check out more from Josh at Ultimatesandbagtraining.com…
 
In this episode I have an awesome conversation with Snatch Magazine creator Sophia Mitropoulos all about the training, coaching, struggles, and lifestyle of being in a strength sport as a women. You can access Snatch Magazine content at www.snatchmagazine.netDoor Lift Better Weightlifting
 
As the figure skating season begins, we take a trip in the 'Time Machine' to remember U.S. figure skating legend Kristi Yamaguchi's incredible win from the 1992 Olympic Games in Albertville. Kristi is also joined by Olympic bronze medallist Adam Rippon and Olympic champion Meryl Davis. This is the first of three 'Time Machine' episodes hosted by Ni…
 
Allyson Felix won her 10th and 11th Olympic medals at Tokyo 2020 making her the most decorated U.S. track and field athlete of all-time. The 400m bronze plus the victory in the 400 x 400m relay come after a challenging period for Felix. A life-threatening birth experience plus problems with sponsors made her success taste all the sweeter. We catch …
 
The Paralympic Games have ended and one of the star performers was road cyclist Oksana Masters who won two titles for the USA. She reveals just how hard it was to even be on the start line after undergoing surgery with exactly 100 days to go to the Games. Plus, she gives some mental health tips and gives context to her incredible Players' Tribune v…
 
Mona has competed multiple times on the international stage for Weightlifting, Karate, and CrossFit. This conversation covers training and competition from the athlete and coaches perspective and role - as well as how to maintain positivity and productivity throughout the process.Door Lift Better Weightlifting
 
Cringe as you listen to how 24-year-old Rob started Out of Step Barbell and listen to how, despite all the odds, it all worked out. This episode covers the years beginning before opening the gym to up through running a daily program with CrossFit and Weightlifting.Door Lift Better Weightlifting
 
Two incredible guests from Team USA. Wheelchair racer Tatyana McFadden went into Tokyo 2020 as the proud owner of 17 Paralympic medals including seven gold medals. She beat the odds to make the start line here in Japan after surviving some life-threatening blood clots in 2017. Plus, Haven Shepherd was born in Vietnam. Her parents took their own liv…
 
On this episode Coach Dos and I have a roundtable with Josh Henkin about balance training, barefoot training and power training. We go through some of the biggest problems with fitness trends, and how to evaluate good information. Learn more about Josh at Ultimate Sandbag
 
Our 2016 conversation with Aimee is up now in episode 3! Aimee’s coaching perspective is unique, well informed, and obviously effective. She had accomplished a lot before this conversation, and has done even more since!Door Lift Better Weightlifting
 
Part history lesson, part storytelling - Matt shares some awesome insights on training, programming, nutrition, meet performance, and so many other topics. This is a great interview from August of 2016.Door Lift Better Weightlifting
 
On this episode we interview Coach Todd Wright, the Vice President of Player Performance for the LA Clippers. Coach Wright has one of the best resumes in the game and has unmatched credentials in basketball performance. On this episode he talks about influential moments in his career. How one player's nagging injury changed the lens with which he v…
 
Italian wheelchair fencer Bebe Vio screamed with emotion when she won her Paralympic title back at Rio 2016. She recalls that iconic moment. Away from sport, Bebe is a world famous model who has graced the cover of Vanity Fair and other international magazines. She talks about her life after he huge win, her goals for the Paralympics, and her futur…
 
Lauren Steadman took a silver medal home from the Paralympics at Rio 2016. A less nervous and more mentally resilient athlete five years later, the British para-triathlete opens up about her big swimming mistake, learning from her starring roles on massive UK TV shows, and resetting when things go wrong. Full Melissa Stockwell Podcast episode: http…
 
On this episode I interview Coach Lew Caralla. Coach Caralla went viral earlier this year for his incredible speeches to his teams. This might be our best episode ever. Coach Caralla talks about his mentors that got him to the place he is now. How getting fired in back to back years shaped him and his resolve. How he became a master motivator to hi…
 
We are super pumped to have Rick Huegli on this episode. Rick is the S&C director at Lakeside School in Seattle. Prior to that he was the S&C director at the University of Washington for Football. We talk about the difference between high school and college coaching. Why knowing the "person" is the most important factor in coaching high school athl…
 
The USWNT came away with an Olympic bronze medal from the women's football at Tokyo 2020. Megan Rapinoe reflects on the ups and down of the tournament. Plus, reigning men's marathon champion, Eliud Kipchoge, sent an inspiring message ahead of the big final race.
 
High jumper Mutaz Barshim of Qatar takes us through his incredible Olympic moment where he shared the gold medal with Italy's Gianmarco Tamberi. Plus, Olympic gold medallist Chris Bosh reveals his Olympic experience ahead of the men's basketball final between France and USA. Chris Bosh - full episode: https://olympics.com/en/podcast/chris-bosh-rede…
 
Nine-time Olympic medallist Allyson Felix runs in the 400m final. But just making it to start line has been an ordeal for U.S. sprinter - she exaplains how she's coped. Plus, the Dina and Arina Averina are in action in the rhythmic gymnastics. Rio 2016 all-around gold medallist Rita Mamun explains why these two are so special.…
 
No time for slacking! We have world record breaking Grant Holloway of USA give his motivations ahead of his 110m hurdles final. Plus, some inspirational words to get you fired up from Sakura Kokumai. And how many calories does an Olympic champion shot putter have to eat? Ryan Crouser has the answer. Full episode Grant Holloway: https://olympics.com…
 
Lizzie Armanto represents Finland in skateboarding. She is one of the best ever and the only female skater to conquer Tony Hawk's infamous 360 loop. She speaks highly of fellow competitor Sky Brown (who we also hear from in the podcast!) Plus, Emma Coburn of the USA is in the 3,000m steeplechase final. She talks about what can be learnt from athlet…
 
On this episode I interview Alec Pagan of RPE 11 about coaching strongman. He talks about the resistance he's faced coming from "outside" strongman. The lessons from traditional S&C which inform his programming. He talks about the best movements from strongman for traditional strength and conditioning. Learn more about Alec on his Instagram…
 
Shaunae Miller-Uibo's iconic dive / fall made her an Olympic champion at Rio 2016. She explains the fall plus the reasons why she's switched focus to the 200m. Also, the wrestling is underway - we hear from Team USA medal hope David Taylor. Full episode from Shaunae Miller-Uibo: https://olympics.com/en/podcast/podcast-shaunae-miller-uibo-and-maicel…
 
USA weightlifter Katherine Nye is a world champion. But her successful 2019 coincided with a diagnosis with Bipolar II Disorder and mild ADHD. She speaks lucidly about her mental health journey ahead of the 76 kg competition. And 100m sprinter Trayvon Bromell is aiming to be the fastest man in the world. He opens up about his inspirations - includi…
 
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