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Karl Sterling Podcast

English, Fitness / Keep-fit, 1 season, 128 episodes, 3 days, 15 hours, 41 minutes
About
Karl Sterling is a neurorehabilitation specialist based in Syracuse, New York, and is the creator of the Parkinson’s Regeneration Training ® education program. While his extensive experience as a trainer includes working with a variety of populations, he primarily specializes in working with clients who have movement disorders such as Parkinson’s disease, MSA (Multiple System Atrophy), MS, Charcot-Marie-Tooth, Alzheimer’s, Epilepsy, Autism, and more. Karl travels extensively throughout the United States and internationally as public speaker, keynote speaker, and educator in the movement disorder, human movement, and personal growth arenas. He is the Chief Operating Officer of Agile Human Performance, Inc and owner/CEO of PhysioChains LLC which currently offers Parkinson’s Regeneration Training ® courses worldwide. Karl operates the popular “Mindset for Success” YouTube interview series, a project geared towards looking at and exploring how successful people look at and view the subject of success. In addition, Karl is the founder and president of the Parkinson’s Global Project, a foundation dedicated to funding research and helping people with Parkinson’s and other movement disorders all over the world.
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570 WSYR "YOUR HEALTH MATTERS" Ep #12 Empowering Your Lymphatic System w/ Dr. Perry Nickelston

This show aired on NewsRadio 570 WSYR on April 7, 2024. Perry Nickelston, DC aka ‘The Lymph Doc’ is a Chiropractic Physician with a primary focus on treating chronic pain and inflammation via the lymphatic and vascular systems. Owner of Stop Chasing Pain, LLC, he is an International speaker and educator of the self-care MOJO series, the Lymphatic Mojo, Blood Flow Mojo, Tongue Mojo, Glymphatic Mojo, Visceral Mojo, Vagus Nerve Mojo, and Primal Movement Mojo. He is the author of the upcoming book Stop Chasing Pain: A vital guide to healing your body, moving well, and gaining control of your life. He is my dear friend and brother of 10 years and here to talk ALL THINGS LYMPHATIC SYSTEM
4/9/202438 minutes, 33 seconds
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Vibration Therapy, Obesity, & Longevity: Your Health Matters With Karl Sterling 3 31 24

Ever pondered how our ancestors remained fit without gyms? They had "incidental exercise" built into their daily lives, something we've sadly lost in our sedentary modern world. Let's take inspiration from the pre-1940s and integrate more natural movement into our days for better health. #HistoryOfFitness #MoveMore Reflecting on Easter, a time of renewal, I'm reminded of the profound impact health has on our ability to serve others. Personal well-being extends beyond self; it's about being there for those we love. Let's all renew our commitment to health this season. #WellnessRenewal Staggering to learn that the obesity trend could reduce life expectancy in the U.S. It's not just about numbers on a scale; it's about the quality and length of life. Approaching this with compassion rather than judgment is vital. #ObesityAwareness #HealthStats Did you know that maintaining muscle mass is crucial for longevity? Our medical approach is evolving, from "medicine 10, 20, 30" to more holistic, preventative care. It's time we all focus on building strength to support our overall health. #MuscleMatters #PreventativeHealth Today, I want to share something close to my heart: the interplay of faith and health. My journey has taught me that caring for our health is one of the many ways we can serve and show love to others. It's a mission that goes beyond mere personal gains. #HealthAndFaith http://www.karlsterling.com
4/2/202441 minutes, 50 seconds
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570 WSYR "YOUR HEALTH MATTERS" Ep #10 Your Insurance Strategy Matters w/ Jason Paul

With 27 years in health insurance and a lifetime of witnessing his family navigate health challenges, Jason J. Paul's insights are unparalleled. In 2020, his wife was diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor, altering his perspective on insurance, and driving his mission to assist consumers. My friends, Insurance is crucial for safeguarding your financial health. Listen and learn from Jason in this distinctive and enlightening conversation where you will discover what you did not know you needed to know. http://www.karlsterling.com
3/25/202438 minutes, 17 seconds
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570 WSYR "YOUR HEALTH MATTERS" Ep #9 Dr. Michael Joyner and Nick Sterling, MD, PhD

This episode aired on 3/17/24 on News Radio 570 WSYR Syracuse, NY Our topic: EXEERCISE AND LONGEVITY: Dr. Michael Joyner, an athlete, is a practicing anesthesiologist, a physician-researcher and one of the world’s leading experts on human performance and exercise physiology. Using humans as his model system, he has made major contributions to understanding muscle and skin blood flow, blood pressure regulation, and human athletic performance. Mike’s broad interests include helping members of the general public understand the real-world implications of research, policy debates and related ideas covered in the popular press. Nick Sterling MD PhD, also an athlete, is a practicing emergency medicine physician and scientist, specializing in AI. visit http://www.nicksterling.com and http://www.karlsterling.com
3/18/202446 minutes, 8 seconds
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570 WSYR "YOUR HEALTH MATTERS" Ep #8 Managing Parkinson's Disease w/ Karl Sterling

Learn about Parkinson's disease: * What is it? * Best method via exercise to slow disease progression * Retrain the brain to improve movement and reduce fall risk Learn more at: http://www.karlsterling.com
3/12/202440 minutes, 39 seconds
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570 WSYR "YOUR HEALTH MATTERS" Ep #7 Longevity, Health span, & Getting Started

This show aired on 3/3/24. In this episode, I talk about the psychology of health, exercise, and getting started and sticking to a lifestyle that your future self will thank you for. http://www.karlsterling.com
3/5/202442 minutes, 57 seconds
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570 WSYR "YOUR HEALTH MATTERS" Ep #6 Synthetic vs Whole Food Ingredients in Your Supplements

Listen and learn from my guest, Steven Abbey. This show aired on 2/25/24 Our subject: "Natural vs. Synthetic Ingredients in Your Supplements" Steven Abbey, an entrepreneurial force and seasoned investor, is the visionary behind SOS Nutrients. Established in October 2022, SOS Nutrients is a Santa Barbara-based smoothie supplement company revolutionizing the industry. Unlike 95% of products in the market, SOS Nutrients sets itself apart by utilizing whole foods to deliver comprehensive micronutrient nutrition, entirely devoid of synthetic ingredients. Steven spearheads SOS Nutrients' mission to redefine comprehensive nutrition through whole foods. Visit http://www.sosnutrients.com
2/29/202440 minutes, 14 seconds
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News Radio 570 WSYR "YOUR HEALTH MATTERS:" Metabolic Analysis and VO2 MAX Testing

Learn about the benefits of Resting Metabolic Testing and VO2 MAX Testing. Your VO2 MAX score is the absolute BEST snapshot of your current state of health in addition to being your best predictor of longevity
2/22/202441 minutes, 11 seconds
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570 WSYR Your Health Matters, Episode #4 with Dr. Emily Splichal: Benefits of Barefoot Stimulation

Dr. Emily is a functional podiatrist and human movement specialist, is the mind behind Naboso. With a spirit to challenge conformity, Dr. Splichal has taken her conventional Podiatric Medical degree and combined it with years of experience and expertise in human movement and sensory science to found Naboso Technology. She believes that our experience in this world is built around sensory stimulation and our ability to process, perceive, and integrate this information effectively. Since 2012, Dr. Splichal has been traveling the world to share her unique approach to human movement, foot function, and barefoot science. Having taught in 35 countries and to over 25,000 professionals, Dr. Splichal has quickly become a sought out leader in barefoot training and rehabilitation. Dr. Emily changed my life and how I think about sensory input and movement. She will change yours, too! #Podiatrist #naboso #barefoot #movement #Proprioception
2/13/202432 minutes, 13 seconds
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570 WSYR: Dr Dale Bredesen Dr Joe Barry The End Of Alzheimers Reversing Ending Alzheimers

Show aired on NEWS RADIO 570 WSYR / 106.9 FM on February 4, 2024 Dr. Dale Bredesen's latest work continues to focus on groundbreaking approaches to Alzheimer's disease, emphasizing the reversibility and treatability of cognitive decline through a precision medicine approach. His work, particularly through the Bredesen Protocol®, has been showcased in various platforms and resources. Dr. Bredesen's approach is holistic, focusing on seven distinct strategies that include nutrition, exercise, sleep, stress reduction, brain stimulation, detoxification, and supplements. These strategies aim to create neuroplasticity, the brain's ability to form new neural connections, thereby promoting healing and cognitive improvement. This multifaceted approach is designed to optimize conditions for brain health, potentially reversing the symptoms of Alzheimer's and other forms of cognitive decline​​. His research and methodology challenge the traditional view of Alzheimer's as an unpreventable and irreversible disease. Instead, Dr. Bredesen's work offers hope for those affected, suggesting that early intervention and a comprehensive approach to lifestyle and health can lead to significant improvements in cognitive function​​. Moreover, Dr. Bredesen delves into the science behind Alzheimer's, discussing the crucial role of protein folding and autophagy in brain health. Misfolded proteins and impaired autophagy processes are common in neurodegenerative diseases, highlighting the importance of cellular maintenance mechanisms in preventing cognitive decline. Strategies such as cyclical fasting and enhancing mitochondrial function are among the interventions recommended to improve autophagy and energy metabolism in the brain​​. For more detailed insights into Dr. Bredesen's latest findings and the principles of the Bredesen Protocol®, you might find his books, including "The First Survivors of Alzheimer's," to be valuable resources. These publications not only provide scientific background on his approach to treating Alzheimer's but also share transformative stories from individuals who have successfully reversed their cognitive decline using his protocol​​. Dr. Bredesen's work represents a significant shift in the understanding and treatment of Alzheimer's disease, offering a beacon of hope for millions of individuals and families affected by this condition.
2/7/202443 minutes, 37 seconds
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570 WSYR am RADIO Reverse Osteoporosis / Muscle Mass Throughout The Lifetime On YOUR HEALTH MATTERS

Building bone density, reversing osteoporosis and osteopenia, and maintaining sufficient muscle mass throughout the lifetime is absolutely PARAMOUNT in terms of: * longevity * movement * quality of life * metabolism * optimal movement * fall risk reduction * fracture risk reduction * BONE HEALTH As we age, it is natural to lose muscle and bone mass. However, at ANY age, we can and we SHOULD be building and/or maintaining muscle mass and bone density to live our longest and best quality life. In this January 28, 2024 episode of YOUR HEALTH MATTERS with host, Karl Sterling, learn the importance of building and maintaining muscle, bone density, and much more. Enjoy and please share. Visit http://www.karlsterling.com for more information or to set up an appointment or consult.. Also feel free to call Karl at: 315-935-7488
2/7/202445 minutes
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570 WSYR Am RADIO Episode 1 YOUR HEALTH MATTERS W Karl Sterling Maintaining Muscle Mass As We Age

Maintaining sufficient muscle mass throughout the lifetime is one of the keys to a long and healthy life.
2/7/202450 minutes, 35 seconds
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Dr. Dale Bredesen & Dr. Joe Barry: The End of Alzheimer's / Reversing & Ending Alzheimer's WSYR 570

Show aired on NEWS RADIO 570 WSYR / 106.9 FM on February 4, 2024 Dr. Dale Bredesen's latest work continues to focus on groundbreaking approaches to Alzheimer's disease, emphasizing the reversibility and treatability of cognitive decline through a precision medicine approach. His work, particularly through the Bredesen Protocol®, has been showcased in various platforms and resources. Dr. Bredesen's approach is holistic, focusing on seven distinct strategies that include nutrition, exercise, sleep, stress reduction, brain stimulation, detoxification, and supplements. These strategies aim to create neuroplasticity, the brain's ability to form new neural connections, thereby promoting healing and cognitive improvement. This multifaceted approach is designed to optimize conditions for brain health, potentially reversing the symptoms of Alzheimer's and other forms of cognitive decline​​. His research and methodology challenge the traditional view of Alzheimer's as an unpreventable and irreversible disease. Instead, Dr. Bredesen's work offers hope for those affected, suggesting that early intervention and a comprehensive approach to lifestyle and health can lead to significant improvements in cognitive function​​. Moreover, Dr. Bredesen delves into the science behind Alzheimer's, discussing the crucial role of protein folding and autophagy in brain health. Misfolded proteins and impaired autophagy processes are common in neurodegenerative diseases, highlighting the importance of cellular maintenance mechanisms in preventing cognitive decline. Strategies such as cyclical fasting and enhancing mitochondrial function are among the interventions recommended to improve autophagy and energy metabolism in the brain​​. For more detailed insights into Dr. Bredesen's latest findings and the principles of the Bredesen Protocol®, you might find his books, including "The First Survivors of Alzheimer's," to be valuable resources. These publications not only provide scientific background on his approach to treating Alzheimer's but also share transformative stories from individuals who have successfully reversed their cognitive decline using his protocol​​. Dr. Bredesen's work represents a significant shift in the understanding and treatment of Alzheimer's disease, offering a beacon of hope for millions of individuals and families affected by this condition.
2/7/202437 minutes, 19 seconds
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Dr. Perry Nickelston - Get The Lymphatic System Moving! Episode #203

In episode #203 of my program, I interview my good friend, Perry Nickelston, DC, SFMA about how to get the LYMPHATC SYSTEM MOVING! Let me tell you this, folks - this episode will blow your mind! Visit Perry's website at: http://www.stopchasingpain.com #stopchasingpain #neuromotor #lymphaticdrainage #lymphaticmassage #lymph #lymphedema #lymphaticsystem #perrynickelston #karlsterling #brain #inflammation #pain #fluidflow #health #selfcare #longevity
1/19/20241 hour, 1 minute, 22 seconds
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Keith Keller Infinite Recovery Beat Addiction Have The Recovery Life Of Your Dreams 202

It was a real pleasure to talk with Keith Keller, of Infinite Recovery. Recovery is possible. Recovery can be learned. Watch / listen and learn from Keith. Keith Keller is an author, registered nurse, recovery expert and activist. He has been in recovery from alcohol and polysubstance use disorder for 33 years. He works in clinical substance use disorder treatment and community mental health, and has worked in numerous other nursing disciplines. Keith leads an online recovery support community of 1000 people from 12 countries. His Infinite Recovery Handbook, now in its third edition, is a nuts-and-bolts how-to guide for anyone on the tipping point of confronting addiction, entering and establishing recovery, or who wishes to improve their recovery to a substantial transformation. By approaching recovery as a specific set of skills that can be learned, it is possible to become an upgraded version of oneself who is free of the ball and chain of addiction. The Infinite Recovery model is based in neuroscience, epigenetics, and the quantum model of consciousness. Visit his website at: https://www.infiniterecovery.org
1/15/20241 hour, 3 minutes, 8 seconds
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Natalie Robertson: Advanced Biostructural Correction (ABC) Episode #198

In episode #198, I talk with ABC Practitioner, Natalie Robertson about Advanced Biostructural Correction. Watch / listen and learn from this interview. It is jammed packed with game-changing education and brain candy. Visit her website at: http://www.spirohealth.co.uk For over a decade- Natalie Robertson is the Director and leading ABC practitioner in her own practice, Spirohealth in London, UK. ABC= advanced biostructural correction 18 years in the health industry She started by studying chiropractic for 6 years in South Africa and has since used numerous tools to fix body's, finally settling on and specialising in posture correction using ABC. She is a qualified Life Coach (QSCA) and Speaker She lives in Surrey with her husband, 6 year old cherub of a daughter and mainecoon kitty Minnie. I love keeping fit and dancing (and singing, all be it badly) around the room like no one is watching! Spirohealth is the leading ABC centre in London, adjusting and awakening 100's of families to their fuller potentials by fixing posture. We see a future of people looking after their spines as they do their teeth. They have a fun- loving,professional team who go beyond to serve their community. They focus on MOVE WELL EAT WELL THINK WELL themes all the while creating a warm safe place to visit.
1/12/20241 hour, 10 minutes, 38 seconds
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Dr Perry Nickelston The Power Of The Lymphatic System

PODCAST PREVIEW: In episode #197 of my program, I interview my good friend, Perry Nickelston, DC, SFMA about THE LYMPHATIC SYSTEM! Let me tell you this, folks - this episode will blow your mind! Visit Perry's website at: http://www.stopchasingpain.com #stopchasingpain #neuromotor #lymphaticdrainage #lymphaticmassage #lymph #lymphedema #lymphaticsystem #perrynickelston #karlsterling #brain #inflammation #pain #fluidflow #health #selfcare #longevity
12/14/20231 hour, 2 minutes, 12 seconds
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PNOE CoFounder CRO Apostolos Atsalakis The High Value Of VO2 Max And Resting Metabolic Testing

In this podcast episode, hosts Karl Sterling and Nick @sterlingmdphd interview Apostolos, the co-founder and CRO of @pnoeanalytics762 Services. They discuss the importance of VO2 max testing and metabolic analysis in fitness and health. Apostolos shares his journey in founding PNOE Services and explains how their metabolic testing device can help provide personalized nutrition plans. They also discuss strategies to increase VO2 max, the role of muscle mass in oxygen utilization, and the importance of avoiding cycles of under-eating and overeating for maintaining a healthy metabolism. Set up your resting metabolic analysis and VO2MAX tests by contacting Karl at 315-935-7488 Visit http://www.pnoe.com to learn more Chapters ● The importance of VO2 max testing [00:01:16] Discussion about the value and significance of VO2 max testing and its impact on interventions and personalized recommendations. ● Apostolos' journey and founding Pinoy Services [00:03:46] Apostolos shares his background in engineering, his interest in breath analysis, and the founding of Pinoy Services to make metabolic analysis accessible to everyday individuals. ● The significance of VO2 max for health and longevity [00:10:19] Explanation of VO2 max as a vital sign, its relationship to mortality risk, how it decreases with age, and the importance of maintaining a high VO2 max for independence in older age. ● Increasing VO2 Max [00:15:27] Discussion on the strategic training methods to increase VO2 max and the potential for significant improvements over time. ● Factors Affecting VO2 Max [00:16:28] Exploration of the different components, such as muscle fiber distribution and stroke volume, that contribute to increasing VO2 max during training. ● Training Intensities and Zones [00:18:34] Explanation of the benefits and methods of training at different intensities, specifically focusing on Zone 2 and personalized high-intensity interval training (HIIT) to maximize VO2 max. ● The value of personalized nutrition plans [00:30:47] Discussion on how Pinoy Services provides personalized nutrition plans based on metabolic fingerprint and food preferences. ● The importance of metabolic adaptation in weight loss programs [00:33:54] Exploration of metabolic adaptation as a reduction in calories burned per day due to calorie restriction and its impact on weight regain. ● Gas exchange as the gold standard for measuring metabolism [00:39:49] Gas exchange as the gold standard for measuring metabolism and energy expenditure, with the ability to predict weight regain and assess substrate utilization.
10/28/202344 minutes, 53 seconds
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Rachel Lavin The Doughnut Diaries Creating A Safe Space For Women To Feel Whole In Their Own Body

Rachel Lavin is a Published author of The Doughnut Diaries, Professional Speaker, Body Love Coach, Certified Health Coach, Certified Personal Trainer. She grew up in Northern California and has lived in Hawaii, Vancouver, Washington and Portland, Oregon and New York City. She currently lives in Greenville, South Carolina with her Partner. In 2000 Rachel began her career as an ACE certified group fitness instructor teaching a plethora of classes such as Aqua Aerobics, Bootcamp, Jazzercise, Dance Aerobics, Stretch and Chair classes. In 2007 she was certified as an ACE Personal Trainer working at big box gyms in NYC and becoming an independent trainer in 2012. Rachel wanted to take her passion for helping people to the next level and became an ACE certified Health Coach in 2018. In 2020 Rachel wrote her first book “The Doughnut Diaries” about her own struggles with her weight and restrictive diets which lasted for over thirty years. As Rachel turned forty the expression I got sick and tired of being sick and tired hit home and she made a decision to take her power back and heal from decades of negative thinking and self sabotage. Rachel began to do the work on my mind, body and soul. Writing her book was her way of sharing my message to women that you are not alone! Now using her book Rachel wants to help people who have had or a still experiencing negative body image. By using what she now refers to as my three pillars of fitness; Nourishment for both the mind and body, Movement & Rest. My mission is to create a safe space for all women to feel whole in their own body – Rachel Lavin Visit her online and on social media at: https://rachellavinwellness.com https://instagram.com/rachellavinwellness?igshid=OGQ5ZDc2ODk2ZA%3D%3D&utm_source=qr https://www.linkedin.com/in/rachel-lavin-wellness-33707b17?utm_source=share&utm_campaign=share_via&utm_content=profile&utm_medium=ios_app
10/12/202339 minutes, 18 seconds
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VO2 Max VO2 Resting Scores In Relation To Healthspan Longevity Type 2 Muscle Fiber Training

Live longer and healthier by learning your VO2 Resting & VO2 Max scores. These test give you insights to create the optimal fitness training, nutritional, and lifestyle interventions to live the longest life with the most optimal healthspan To set up your VO2 testing appointments, contact Karl Sterling at 315-935-7488 (text or call)
9/4/202328 minutes, 25 seconds
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Russ Parker: NASM Trainer / Living with Parkinson's Disease / Managing Parkinson's Disease Part 1

Russ is a NASM certified personal trainer specializing in corrective exercise, neuromotor training and fitness for Seniors. Russ has a B.S. in Physical Education. As a personal trainer and wellness coach, Russ focuses on improving quality of life for people with movement and neurological disorders and Seniors. In early 2016, he was diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease, so he is in the unique position of knowing firsthand what many of his clients are going through. Trained at the Parkinson's Regeneration workshop, he is well versed in a wide variety of techniques to help reduce movement dysfunction, slow disease progression and improve quality of life for his clients. He uses evidence-based brain and body challenging protocols adapted to the needs and capabilities of clients. This results in improved ability to move with more confidence and react better mentally and physically. Russ also provides coaching to help people optimize their health and fitness regimen. Expanding his role as an advocate, coach and educator, Russ joined the Parkinson’s Regeneration Training workshop instructor team in December 2018. He teaches a variety of topics including rhythmic movement/dance, cognitive training, balance, reactive training and strategies for living well with Parkinson’s Disease and other chronic conditions. Specialization Credentials: NASM - Corrective Exercise Specialist, Performance Enhancement Specialist, Senior Fitness Specialist, Nutrition Specialist, Behavior Change Specialist. ACSM - Certified Inclusive Fitness Training. Certified Tai Chi for rehab instructor from the Paul Lam Institute. Workshops, conferences and seminars attended on a variety of topics - Lymphatic System Mojo, Barefoot Training Summit, Parkinson’s Regeneration Workshop, NASM OPTIMA conference for fitness professionals. Website for Parkinson’s Regeneration Training: http://parkinsonsregenerationtraining.com
8/19/20231 hour, 3 minutes, 36 seconds
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Dr. Sherie Viencek - Functional Medicine, Integrative Health, Health Span & Longevity

PODCAST ALERT! My amazing guest on this episode is Dr. Sherie Viencek, D.C. CBNS. Dr. Viencek has been a part of the integrative health field for over 30 years. She believes in the innate healing power of the body and its capacity for biological transformation. This episode is PACKED with 2 solid hours of mind blowing and life changing education. Sherie has the following certifications and credentials: • Doctor of Chiropractor, • Certified Nutritional Specialist • Therapeutic Lifestyle Educator • Certified ReCODE practitioner -Dr. Dale Bredesen’s Apollo Health program for reversing Cognitive Decline and Alzheimer’s. She specializes in a multitude of areas, including Gastrointestinal & Brain Health, Hormonal Transitions, Metabolism, Autoimmune Conditions, Preventing Cognitive Decline and associated Neurodegenerative Conditions and Environmental Toxicity. Be sure to visit her website at: http://www.sagefunctionalhealth.com Watch, listen, and get ready to take a lot of notes and LEARN! #Gastrointestinal #BrainHealth #Hormonal #Metabolism #autoimmune #Cognitive #Neurodegenerative #Environmental #Toxicity #toxin #longevity #healthspan #lifespan
8/17/20232 hours, 3 minutes, 30 seconds
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Karl Sterling talks bioDensity on Dr. Joe Barry's Radio show: Osteoperosis and Osteopenia

bioDensity is a safe and controlled approach offering the benefits of high impact activity without the risk of heavy lifting or jumping. Regular use of the bioDensity improves the structures of the body, the building blocks of movement and function for increased quality of life. Studies have shown that once-weekly, bioDensity sessions can improve bone density to combat osteoporosis and osteopenia, as well as improving lipids and blood sugar (A1C) measurements in type 2 diabetics. Your initial bioDensity session will take approximately 15-20 minutes to complete. The session can be completed in street clothes (flat soled shoes are recommended). Subsequent sessions are typically shorter in duration. There are four main movements in using this machine. When completing the four movements in bioDensity you will be required to produce maximal force for 5 seconds. The force would be similar in nature to pushing or lifting an object of significant weight and size in four different directions: (1) forward using your hands; (2) forward using your feet; (3) upward using your knees and (4) upward using your arms and legs together. After completing a bioDensity session you may feel like you've completed physical work. You will feel warm from increased blood circulation and from work completed by the muscles. Within 24 hours you may feel muscular fatigue, but you are not likely to feel soreness. Since the movements only require five (5) seconds of maximal work, your body will not produce the by-products which cause muscle soreness. Users often comment on their improved mood and confidence as a result of their documented success. Book your session by contacting Karl Sterling at 315-935-7488 (text or call)
8/16/202336 minutes, 22 seconds
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Jill Miller Body By Breath Yoga Tune Up Tune Up Fitness

Jill Miller, C-IAYT, ERYT, YA-CEP fascia expert, has 30 years of corrective movement expertise that forges links between the worlds of yoga, massage, athletics, and pain management. Her signature self-care fitness programs, Yoga Tune Up® and The Roll Model® are found at gyms, yoga studios, hospitals, athletic training facilities and corporations worldwide. Jill is the former anatomy columnist for Yoga Journal, has been featured in New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Shape, Women’s Health, O, the Today Show, and is a contributing expert on the Oprah Winfrey Network. She is the author of the bestselling book The Roll Model: A Step-by-Step Guide to Erase Pain, Improve Mobility, and Live Better in Your Body, and a contributing author on self-myofascial release in the text book Fascia, Function and Medical Applications. She is the creator of dozens of instructional DVDs, including Rolling Along the Anatomy Trains with Tom Myers, Roll into HIIT with Jen Fraboni DPT, Walking Well with Katy Bowman and Treat While You Train with Kelly Starrett DPT. Her new book is Body by Breath: The Science and Practice of Physical and Emotional Resilience. She lives in LA with her husband, 2 kids and rescue dog. http://www.tuneupfitness.com
8/1/20231 hour, 51 seconds
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Michael Long: The Molecule Of More - Author, Writer, Educator

It was an absolute honor to talk with Michael Long! Michael Long is a writer and educator. Actor and author Ben Stein calls him “a poet.” Mr. Long is the co-author of The Molecule of More, a Number Ten Bestseller at Amazon and a Number Two Bestseller as an audiobook at Audible. He is also a winner for two consecutive years of the Neil LaBute New Theater Festival. In addition, Mr. Long has collaborated on several non-fiction books and has been published three times in Vital Speeches of the Day, twice for speeches he delivered. As director of writing for the graduate program in public relations at Georgetown University, he created the original writing curriculum there and continues to teach courses in professional and creative writing, as well as speechwriting. He has also led reading programs for children of migrant farm workers, taught remedial mathematics to adults, designed writing curriculum for Columbia University, and delivered guest lectures on humor at American University and at the Graduate School of Political Management at The George Washington University. He has taught writing to audiences around the U.S. and in London, Lisbon, Panama, Paris, Saskatchewan, The Hague, and in a seminar and keynote at Oxford University. In addition, he is the resident writing coach for the Professional Speechwriters Association (PSA), which publishes “Prose for Pros,” his long-running weekly column on writing. Mr. Long’s career as a writer began while he was a graduate student in physics at Vanderbilt University when he began performing comedy, becoming a house emcee for one of the oldest comedy clubs in America. His first job as a writer off-stage was sole speechwriter to one of America’s highest-profile senators. * Mr. Long has written remarks for members of congress, U.S. cabinet secretaries, governors, diplomats, business leaders, CEOs, and presidential candidates. In addition, he has served as chief speechwriter for the largest trade association in the world, and contributes to numerous print publications and websites. His seminar clients include Bechtel, Booz Allen Hamilton, The Panama Canal Rev Aug 31 2022 1 Authority, the Premier’s Office of the Government of Saskatchewan, Target Corporation, the United States Navy, the United States Secret Service, and the speechwriting team for the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. A provocative speaker and writing educator, he has appeared as a guest on CNBC and Good Day New York with Greg Kelly. He is also an occasional commentator on CBC News: Morning with Heather Hiscox in Canada. Beyond his work in politics and policy, he has been consulted for material in The Onion and for Saturday Night Live. * In addition to writing on business and public policy, Mr. Long is an often- honored writer of stage plays and screenplays. He was a winner for two consecutive years in the Neil LaBute New Theatre Festival for his dramas Color Timer and The Gettier Problem. In addition, more than 20 of his one-acts have been festival selections around the nation, most often on New York City stages. He is a five-time winner of “best of festival” honors in the Players Theatre Short Play and Musical Festival in Greenwich Village: three times for the thrillers Hostages, Catchpole, and Details, and twice for the romantic comedies Brad Pitt and The Test. He was a finalist for the Grand Prize for Screenwriting at the Slamdance Film Festival for his screenplay How to Save Your Own Life; the script was also a Top 15 percent finisher for the Motion Picture Academy’s Nicholl Fellowship. In addition, How to Save... was chosen as a finalist in competitions at the Vail Film Festival, the Creative World Awards, and the World Series of Screenwriting. A stage version of the show was produced in a two-week run at Manhattan Repertory Theater.
9/22/202236 minutes, 6 seconds
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Mason Bendewald Fitness Industry Leader

It was absolutely amazing to talk with Mason Bendewald! Watch / listen / learn from Mason, an icon in the fitness industry. For over 20 years Mason has helped build top fitness companies and coached trainers to become on-camera fitness stars. He’s crafted innovative programs that shattered sales records beginning with the home fitness sensation P90X. Mason went on to become the Chief Production Officer of Daily Burn (an IAC Company) and launched the first fitness streaming service of its kind; he built the entire streaming library, creating the most comprehensive modern fitness catalog ever, training 13 world-class trainers, and creating 18 programs with over 200 workouts. Mason’s goal is to help trainers become masters in front of the camera - so they can help more people and simultaneously make more money with less effort. Mason also consults with startups and established brands, cutting through the uncertainty by guiding Production teams with his 20 years of fitness production experience creating innovative programming. Mason has directed top fitness personalities like Bob Harper (Biggest Loser) and movie star Kate Hudson, and worked with fitness companies such as: • TONAL • iFit • Nordictrack • FightCamp • Beachbody • TitleBoxing • BoxUnion • Supernatural VR • The Platform Studios in Dubai • Technogym in Italy • Featured Speaker at FitTech in Germany To reach Mason Trainers free E-Book 10 SECRETS the TOP 1% of Online Personal Trainers Do OnCamera: https://www.ptvideoacademy.com/optin-... Mason’s Company http://www.MegaMace.com
9/10/20221 hour, 11 minutes, 48 seconds
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A Conversation with Avrum Elmakis Co-founder and CEO at CLMBR

Join me for a conversation with CLMBR Co-founder and CEO, Avrum Elmakis. Avrum is a serial entrepreneur and investor with a proven track record building multiple successful businesses in dynamic and diverse markets. The common thread, throughout all his endeavors, is a desire to tackle problems and curate unique solutions in areas that he is passionate about. Avrum and his team have received numerous awards, including Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year in 2013. Inc. Magazine’s also awarded his team with recognition on the 500/5000 list of “Fastest Growing Businesses in America.” His expertise includes: -Capital markets and strategy -Strategic change management -Branding -Architecting management teams -Channel strategy -Building and scaling complex supply chains -Advising emerging companies, helping them develop and implement a successful business strategy -Helping executive teams align their organization around key objectives
7/17/202243 minutes, 54 seconds
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Cynthia Lopez: Nutrition in Parkinson's Disease

Cynthia Lopez works exclusively with patients who live with Parkinson’s disease. She is THE PREMIER EXPERT on nutrition in Parkinson’s disease. Cynthia's impressive credentials include: * Nutritionist/Dietitian Certified in Nutritional Support in Neurological Diseases * Masters of Science in Public Health * PhD Student * External Member of the Academic Body of Neurology of the Hospital Universitario "Dr. Jose Eleuterio Gonzalez", UANL * Professor UANL This is an in-depth conversation / presentation you don’t want to miss.
7/13/20221 hour, 8 minutes, 36 seconds
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A Conversation With Mauro Frota Master Coach And Founder CEO Of BHOUT

Mauro Frota is doing amazing things in this fitness industry. In this conversation, you will learn about the BHOUT boxing bag - the first "boxing bag with a brain." Implementing artificial intelligence, the BHOUT bag captures and analyzes data which can be used to assess a myriad of metrics in addition to educating the boxer (and coach) on how to improve technique and nudge the boxer towards attaining "next level intensity." Mauro has a combined 22 years in the Fitness Industry and 33 learning and teaching Martial Arts. A degree in Sports Sciences was the kickoff to become a serial entrepreneur in the Fitness Industry, specializing in customer satisfaction, adherence, and retention in physical exercise - searching for answers to what makes people stick to exercise. As a Martial Artist, Mauro led an eclectic career, starting with traditional Karate, then moving into Kickboxing, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and ultimately MMA. His combined vision become the foundation to what BHOUT would become - merging Fitness and Gaming with nudging and AI to develop the first boxing bag with a brain.
7/8/202246 minutes, 13 seconds
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Tommy Duquette: Co-Founder, Head Of Content, And A Founding Coach At FightCamp

This is a very inspiring and insightful conversation with Tommy Duquette. Tommy is the Co-Founder, Head of Content, and a Founding Coach at FightCamp. He is a former US Boxing Team member and qualified for the 2012 Olympic trials as the #2 seed. He has 18 years of experience training clients in boxing and fitness. In 2021, Tommy was named one of the seventeen digital power players changing the way Americans exercise.
6/29/202243 minutes, 21 seconds
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Dale Bredesen, MD: The First Survivors of Alzheimer's: How Patients Recovered Life and Hope

In this interview, I talk with Dr. Dale Bredesen about his latest research on Alzheimer's and about his latest book entitled, The First Survivors of Alzheimer's: How Patients Recovered Life and Hope in Their Own Words It has been said that everyone knows a cancer survivor, but no one has met an Alzheimer's survivor – until now. In his first two books, Dr. Dale Bredesen outlined the revolutionary treatments that are changing what had previously seemed like the inevitable outcome of cognitive decline and dementia. And in these moving narratives, you can hear directly from the first survivors of Alzheimer’s themselves--their own amazing stories of hope told in their own words. These first person accounts honestly detail the fear, struggle, and ultimate victory of each patient's journey. They vividly describe what it is like to have Alzheimer's. They also drill down on how each of these patients made the program work for them--the challenges, the workarounds, the encouraging results that are so motivating. Dr. Bredesen includes commentary following each story to help point readers to the tips and tricks that might help them as well. Dr. Bredesen's patients have not just survived; they have thrived to rediscover fulfilling lives, rewarding relationships, and meaningful work. This book will give unprecedented hope to patients and their families.
1/27/202255 minutes
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Ann Heizer talks: The LeverAge Method (TM) and The Heizer Maneuver

With over 34 years of experience as a group fitness and personal training expert, Ann merges her passion for teaching older adults and athletes alike, combining balance, strength, flexibility, cardiovascular exercise, and brain fitness to the routines she teaches. In addition to training, Ann has been working with groups of senior citizens to further develop her chair-based program, Grounded XTTM Cross Training the Nooks and Crannies, since 2004 and is excited to share what she continues to learn. Her latest Method ~ LeverAgeTM, combines standing, balance, agility, strength and flexibility in a tiny space and incorporates ‘The Heizer Maneuver’ teaching people how to get down to the floor and up again with ease and grace. https://www.annheizer.com Celebrating the big 60th birthday (4.30) with the release of her first e-book on Amazon! Get it here: http://www.bitly.com/leveragemethod What can learning the LeverAge Method do for you? • Discover your unique "Muscle Memory Bank" • Learn how to tap into these memories to Change the Way You Age! • Reduce unnecessary health costs, pain and stress • Improve focus, sleep, range of motion and have more ENERGY!
1/12/202258 minutes, 3 seconds
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Jacob Weiss, PhD, founder of HandEyeBody Academy

Jacob Weiss, PhD, is the founder of HandEyeBody Academy, a social enterprise with a mission to help people learn how to move better, focus better, and function better, by teaching hand-eye coordination exercises that are creative, fun, and accessible for all abilities. Since graduating from Princeton University and completing his PhD in Biomedical Informatics at Vanderbilt University, Dr. Weiss has developed and shared his interactive training programs with teachers, trainers, coaches, therapists, movement educators, and organizations around the world. I am a subscriber to Dr. Weiss' HandEyeBody platform and his education has had a huge impact on the quality of training and rehabilitation I can deliver to my clients. Get ready for a fun and very informative interview!
12/5/20211 hour, 12 minutes, 15 seconds
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Sue Hitzmann, MS, CST, NMT: founder and creator of The MELT Method

Sue Hitzmann, MS, CST, NMT, is a nationally recognized neurofascial science & research educator, manual therapist, exercise physiologist, and founding member of the Fascia Research Society. She’s the founder and creator of The MELT Method, a simple self-care technique that Sue Hitzmann, MS, CST, NMT addresses the missing link to pain-free living – hydrated, supple fascia and a stable, balanced nervous system. She’s authored two bestselling books and is the CEO of Longevity Fitness Inc., an online consumer and professional education business.
10/20/20211 hour, 13 minutes, 22 seconds
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Dr. Wendy Suzuki: GOOD ANXIETY: Harnessing the Power of the Most Misunderstood Emotion

From a global pandemic, to political divisions and climate change, the past year and a half has been stressful. It’s no wonder so many of us are dealing with feelings of unease and even panic. — In fact, even prior to the pandemic, an estimated 90 percent of the population is affected by some degree of anxiety. For most of us, it would be difficult to describe anxiety as a good feeling. But what if it could be? What if we could work with our anxiety rather than against it and use it to be more productive, more optimistic, more creative, and ultimately more resilient? World - renowned neuroscientist Dr. Wendy Suzuki has found a way to unlock the potential of anxiety to be a benefit instead of a drawback and reveals that anxiety is not only essential for our survival but also a key component of our ability to live optimally. Drawing from Suzuki’s personal experience with anxiety and cutting-edge neuroscience research, her new book "GOOD ANXIETY: Harnessing the Power of the Most Misunderstood Emotion" helps us understand how simple but powerful shifts in mindset and tangible, practical strategies can help us transform our social anxiety, fear of performance, or fear of public speaking into positive and empowering assets.
10/8/202140 minutes, 21 seconds
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Interview with Steve Hunt: Connections!

In this interview, keyboardist and composer, Steve Hunt talks about his upcoming release entitled CONNECTIONS. This new album features an allstar lineup of musicians, including Jimmy Haslip, Chad Wackerman, Gary Husband, Vinnie Colauita, Virgil Donati, Nate Wood, Evan Marien, Jimmy Johnson, Eric Marienthal, Billy Cobham, and many others. We also talked about his work with Allan Holdsworth, Stanley Clarke, Billy Cobham, and others. Pianist Steve Hunt, throughout his career, has stayed true to an uncompromising vision of composing and performing jazz music from his heart. Steve has continued to push himself technically, focusing on a musical style which is both challenging and meaningful... Steve credits jazz greats Keith Jarrett, Joe Zawinul, Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock, and Thelonius Monk as strong influences to his jazz style. During his formative years he studied with concert pianist Albert Hirsh, and jazz pianists Sid Davis and Lyle Mays who all helped form his lighting fast technique and unique style. Steve later attended Berklee College of Music in Boston where he continued his study of jazz. After recording and performing with top Boston jazz musicians such as Randy Roos and Tiger Okoshi, and leading his own jazz fusion band, Steve spent the next ten years on the road with several renowned jazz artists such as Billy Cobham, Stanley Clarke, Angela Bofill, Tom Brown, and Allan Holdsworth. Steve's international touring took him to countries such as Japan, Israel, Austria, France, England, Italy, Sweden, Argentina, and Australia, as well as major cities in the US and Canada. During this time, Steve also served as musical director for the famous touring Jazz Explosion where he led the trio which headlined artists Freddy Hubbard, Gato Barbaira, Stanley Turentine, Ramsey Lewis, violinist Noel Pointer, Kenny G, and the late Phillis Hyman. The Jazz Explosion performed in major concert venues including the Circle Star in San Francisco, Beacon Theater in New York, Universal Theater in Los Angeles, and Hammersmith Odium in London. Steve's desire towards challenging himself is no where more evident than with his long time association with Allan Holdsworth, whose progressive and innovative style has helped Steve to further his own musical development. Holdsworths more recent CD releases including Secrets, Wardencliff Tower, and Hard Hat Area, as well as featuring Steve on keyboards, also include Steves original tunes "Maid Marion," "Joshua," and "Dodgy Boat." While touring with Holdsworth, Steve was featured in the Japanese edition of Keyboard Magazine (July 1991 and March 1993). Other noteworthy recording contributions by Steve include two of Stanley Clarkes CD releases If This Bass Could Only Talk and East River Drive. Steve reached a major milestone, producing his solo jazz CD From Your Heart and Your Soul (BMI). For the promotional release tour of his new CD, Steve organized a quintet including Gregg Bendian, John Lockwood, Ole Mathisen, and Bruce Bartlett.
1/17/20213 hours, 4 minutes, 49 seconds
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Interview with Dr. Perry Nickelston: Lymphatic MOJO

My friend and mentor, Dr. Perry Nickelston, takes us on a lymphatic education journey. Learn about the important role of the lymphatic system, lymphatic blockages, how we can assess this system, and get it flowing again. Be sure to visit Dr. Perry’s website for more amazing education: http://www.stopchasingpain.com
1/17/20211 hour, 45 minutes, 29 seconds
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Interview With Terri Lyne Carrington Waiting Games Social Science

It was a great honor to talk with one of my musical heroes, GRAMMY award winning drummer, producer, & educator - Terri Lyne Carrington. Her latest release, “Waiting Games” (with Social Science) is nominated for best instrumental jazz album for the 63rd GRAMMY AWARDS (2021). In this interview, Terri Lyne talks about her career, her influences, highlights of her career, activism, social issues, future projects, and more. Be sure to buy “Waiting Games” on your choice of listening platform. Enjoy our conversation and THANK YOU, Terri Lyne
1/17/20211 hour, 10 minutes, 34 seconds
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Interview With Dr. Dale Bredesen Reversing Alzheimers Disease & Cognitive Decline

UCLA professor and best selling author, Dr. Dale Bredesen talks about his groundbreaking work in the area of reversing Alzheimer’s disease and cognitive decline. Author of “The End of Alzheimer’s” and “The End of Alzheimer’s Program,” Dr. Bredesen is internationally recognized as an expert in the mechanisms of neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease. He directed the program on aging at the Burnham Institute before coming to the Buck Institute in 1998 as its founding president and CEO. Listen, learn, and enjoy this interview.
1/17/202140 minutes, 4 seconds
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A Conversation w/ Daniel Burkhardt: Owner/Coach of Rock Steady Boxing Albany Ca, Danville, Hercules

In this interview, I have the pleasure of speaking with Daniel Burkhardt: Owner/Coach of Rock Steady Boxing Albany Ca, Danville, Hercules. Daniel shares about his journey from when he first started working with people with Parkinson’s to owning three Rock Steady Boxing 🥊 locations. Watch and learn from Daniel as he shares about the importance of getting to know each fighter who attends his classes, being of service to others, successfully running virtual classes during the COVID pandemic, and best of all, helping PD fighters to improve the quality of their life with his coaching!
10/22/202050 minutes, 29 seconds
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A Conversation with Lilia Drew: Parkinson's Disease and Personal Training

I had the pleasure of speaking with Lilia Drew. Lilia has a wealth of knowledge and experience as personal trainer who works with people with Parkinson’s disease and other neurological disorders. - I learned a lot from this conversation. Watch, learn, and enjoy. There's SO much relevant and great information here. - Thank you, Lilia for your great words of wisdom and inspiration
8/27/202054 minutes, 8 seconds
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A Candid COVID Conversation with Dr. Brent Brookbush

In this video, I talk with my dear friend, Dr. Brent Brookbush in a candid conversation about COVID-19. Brent also talks about the unique business model for the Brookbush Institute of Human Movement Science - a massive educational resource that is always growing and expanding. Be sure to visit http://brookbushinstitute.com
8/12/20201 hour, 3 minutes, 30 seconds
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A Conversation with Dennis Chambers

Legendary musician and drummer, Dennis Chambers discusses many topics in this conversation including racism, success, his experience seeing Tony Williams with Miles Davis in the 1960's, working with John McLaughlin, Carlos Santana, John Scofield, being a team player as a musician, and much more. Thank you, Dennis for sharing your insights and words of wisdom. Be sure to visit his website at: http://www.dennischambers.com
8/11/20201 hour, 18 minutes, 13 seconds
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A Conversation w/ Dr. Luigi Boccuto: More about COVID-19

In this interview, several months into the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Luigi Boccuto shares very relevant and important information about COVID-19 and staying safe during these unprecedented times.
8/11/20201 hour, 2 minutes, 6 seconds
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A Conversation with Dr. Luigi Boccuto: Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

Dr. Luigi Boccuto shares highly informative information about Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
5/25/20201 hour, 3 minutes, 34 seconds
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A Conversation with Jeff Richman: Part 1

In this interview, I talk with my dear friend - musician/guitarist/composer/arranger, Jeff Richman. What a blast we had during this conversation. Jeff talks about his journey from when he first started playing guitar to present day. He also talks about his experience working with some of the greatest musicians on the planet; Vinnie Colaiuta, Jimmy Haslip, Airto, Flora Purim, Don Alias, Blood, Sweat & Tears, Joel Taylor, and others. There are so many great stories, including stories about Joni Mitchell, Doc Severinson, Pat Metheny and others Jeff is a professional guitarist with a 40+ year career in performance guitar, composing, arranging and recording. In addition to his 16 solo releases, Jeff has produced six tribute CD's to Carlos Santana, Mahavishnu Orchestra, Steely Dan, Miles Davis, Jeff Beck and John Coltrane. Plus, he has appeared on countless tv/film scores and conducts the Fusion Ensemble at Musicians Institute.
5/16/20201 hour, 24 minutes, 25 seconds
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A Conversation with Dr. John Ratey: Optimizing Brain Health with Exercise

It was a blast talking with Dr. John Ratey. In this conversation, we learn from Dr. Ratey about optimizing brain health with exercise! Did you know that once you start moving, your brain lights up? Walking, running, swimming, bicycling, and movement, in general fires up the brain and helps to improve overall brain health. Exercise causes the brain to create a number of hormones and chemicals including BDNF (brain derived neurotrophic factor) which promotes brain health and helps to slow the progression of dying brain cells. Neuroplasticity allows the brain to learn new skills and movements via the creation of new neural firing pathways. The more active we are, the healthier our brain will be. Best selling author, John J. Ratey, MD, is an Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and an internationally recognized expert in Neuropsychiatry. He has published over 60 peer-reviewed articles, and 11 books published in 17 languages, including the groundbreaking ADD-ADHD “Driven to Distraction” series with Ned Hallowell, MD. With the publication of "Spark-The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain," Dr. Ratey has established himself as one of the world's foremost authorities on the brain-fitness connection. His most recent book, “Go Wild” explores how we can achieve optimal physical and mental health by getting in touch with our caveman roots, and how we can “re-wild” our lives. Recognized by his peers as one of the Best Doctors in America since 1997, Dr. Ratey was recently honored by the Massachusetts Psychiatric Society as "Outstanding Psychiatrist of the Year" for advancing the field. Dr. Ratey and his work are frequently profiled in the media, where he’s been featured on ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS and NPR, as well as in The New York Times, Newsweek, The Washington Post, US News and World Report, Men’s Health, and other national publications.
5/16/202055 minutes, 55 seconds
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An Interview with Dr. Michael Clark: Eat Less, Move More, Think Better

A familiar name to countless people in the fitness training and physical therapy industries, Dr. Michael Clark is regarded as one of the top experts in human movement science. He founded the National Academy of Sports Medicine and created the Optimum Performance Train (OPT) model. He has been the Physical Therapist for the Phoenix Suns for 18 years and served as a sports medicine professional at two Olympic Games. Additionally, he is: • Chair of Scientific Advisory Board for Hyperice • Performance Advisory Board for Under Armour • Board of Athlete Care for UGA, UNC • Chairman, Founder & C.E.O. of Fusionetics. • And a specialist and consultant to numerous pro teams and athletes In this interview, Dr. Clark shares extremely relevant insights regarding the future of rehabilitation, physical therapy, personal training, and education.
5/6/202037 minutes, 4 seconds
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A Conversation with Micah Fialka-Feldman: Through the Same Door / Intelligent Lives

I've known Micah Fialka-Feldman for many years and we have become very good friends. I am excited and honored to bring you this conversation with Micah as he shares profound and important views on inclusion for people who live with disabilities. Micah is a self-advocate, teaching assistant, outreach coordinator, national speaker, and pioneer who fights for disability-pride, justice, and inclusion. He is part of the first wave of adults with intellectual disabilities who have attended college and has been fully included in school and community. Micah’s disability advocacy has a foundation in the creation of the “Beloved Community” and the notion that “A community that excludes even one of its members is not a community at all.” Micah earned a certificate in Disability Studies from the Syracuse University School of Education in 2015. Micah currently lives in Syracuse N.Y. where he co-teaches classes in inclusive education and disability studies. He is an outreach coordinator at the Lawrence B. Taishoff Center for Inclusive Higher Education. In May of 2014, Micah was appointed by President Obama to President’s Committee for People with Intellectual Disabilities. He is featured in the upcoming documentary by Dan Habib, Intelligent Lives. In 2009, Micah won a landmark federal lawsuit, Fialka-Feldman v. Oakland University Board of Trustees, to live in the dorms at Oakland University. After Micah had been accepted to live in the dorms in 2007, he received notification from the university that he could not live in the dorm because of “university policy.” The administration argued that he was not considered a “degree-seeking” student. Micah sued Oakland University for violating his rights. After over two years of advocacy court proceedings, the Honorable Judge Duggan of the U.S. 6th District Court ruled that Oakland University had denied Micah housing based on “prejudice, stereotypes and/or unfounded fear of persons with disabilities.” Micah moved into the dorms in January of 2010. Be sure to visit Micah's website at http://www.throughthesamedoor.com/
4/28/202023 minutes, 26 seconds
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A Conversation with Tom Myers: COVID-19 / Anatomy Trains

It’s always a pleasure to talk with Anatomy Trains author and creator, Tom Myers. Recorded April 11, 2020 - Tom and I discuss the thoughts on navigating through the COVID-19 pandemic and what things may look like on the other side. While COVID-19 is bad, the trend towards getting out and MOVING (and getting back to basics) is good. Watch, learn, enjoy, and THANK YOU, Tom. Be sure to visit http://www.anatomytrains.com
4/21/202051 minutes, 10 seconds
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A Conversation with Dr. Emily Splichal: Her Battle Against COVID-19

In this conversation, Dr. Emily Splichal talks about her fight against the COVID-19 virus. Learn as she describes how the virus presented itself, how it affected her, and what she's doing to boost her immune system. Dr. Emily also discusses Naboso Barefoot Technology, re-branding of Naboso, and new products that will soon be available. Visit her websites at: http://www.ebfaglobal.com http://nabosotechnology.com http://dremilysplichal.com
4/21/202039 minutes, 30 seconds
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A Conversation with Gary Husband: Music, Life, & Success

It was an honor to talk with one of my favorite musicians and biggest musical influences, Gary Husband. In this conversation, Gary talks about his journey from early gigs as a teenager with the Syd Lawrence Orchestra, to 36 years of working with Allan Holdsworth, to working with John McLaughlin and the 4th Dimension, and more. Gary also shares his thoughts about “success” and the difference between waiting for opportunities versus creating opportunities. Be sure to check out Gary’s website and his newly launched VideoCast education videos. They’re amazing! http://www.garyhusband.com Gary Husband is one of a rare breed of musicians in that his expression is divided equally in his capacity as a drummer and a pianist and keyboardist of international repute. His classical roots, his quest and development in the improvisational, jazz and jazz/fusion areas – not to mention his tenure in the pop, rock, funk and blues circuits – are all evident inside Gary’s distinct and far-reaching musical personality. His solo album and DVD output has also reinforced his status as a critically acclaimed writer and arranger in the contemporary music world. For close to four decades Gary has worked alongside a vast and eclectic range of celebrated musicians including John McLaughlin, Allan Holdsworth, Jeff Beck, Jack Bruce (Cream), Gary Moore (Thin Lizzy), British pop/funk band Level 42, Billy Cobham, Al Jarreau, Mike Stern (Miles Davis), John Wetton (King Crimson), Chris Squire (Yes), Andy Summers (The Police), Steve Hackett (Genesis), Robin Trower (Procol Harum), and with producers Sir George Martin (Beatles), Trevor Horn (Grace Jones & Art of Noise), Quincy Jones (Michael Jackson), Jerry Hey and James Guthrie (Pink Floyd). Further associations and performing/recording credits include his work with Randy Brecker, Jan Hammer, Jerry Goodman, fusion/jam band Gongzilla, Germany’s NDR Bigband, Soft Machine, Maria Schneider, Christian McBride, Eddie Van Halen, Dean Brown, Bob Berg, Nguyên Lê, Joe Lovano, Charles Tolliver, Bireli Lagrène, Peter Erskine, Ron Sexsmith, drum n’ bass protagonists Lemon ‘D’ and Dillinja. As an internationally established drum clinician he has performed alongside Dennis Chambers, Vinnie Colaiuta, Terry Bozzio, Billy Cobham, Simon Phillips, Omar Hakim, Ricky Lawson, Todd Sucherman, Paul Wertico, Denny Seiwell and Bernard Purdie, and most recently has been developing a series of motivational videocasts in drumming. His alter-ego as a pianist/keyboard player brings an extra dimension to his musicality at the drums. Indeed, he has been the keyboardist & second drummer in John McLaughlin’s 4th Dimension since 2007. Gary continues to devote a substantial proportion of his time recording and performing worldwide across many styles of music.
4/19/20201 hour, 57 minutes, 7 seconds
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A Conversation with Dr. Hunter Mollin DC

I had a great time talking with Dr. Hunter Mollin (my chiropractor). We covered so much in this interview; from posture to pain to nutrition habits to great books to read, and more. Dr. Mollin’s holistic approach to treating patients is a game changer for realizing positive results. Watch, learn, and enjoy!
4/17/202048 minutes, 22 seconds
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COVID-19: A Conversation w/ Dr. Luigi Boccuto

In this interview, my friend, Dr. Luigi Boccuto talks about research and work he’s doing related to the COVID-19 virus. He brings up very important points about how every single person plays a role in controlling the spread of the virus. This discussion comes at a time when we can surely use Dr. Boccuto’s guidance. Watch and learn and thank you so much, Luigi!
4/17/20201 hour, 1 minute, 18 seconds
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Good Anxiety / Bad Anxiety: A conversation with Dr. Wendy Suzuki / COVID-19

In this interview, Dr. Wendy Suzuki talks about ‘Good Anxiety / Bad Anxiety’ - the title of her upcoming new book, due out later this year. Many of us are experiencing anxiety, especially now during the COVID-19 pandemic. In this video, Dr. Suzuki shares three techniques she uses to turn bad anxiety into good anxiety. Watch and learn and thank you so much, Dr. Suzuki! http://www.wendysuzuki.com
4/17/202044 minutes, 48 seconds
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An Interview with Dr. Steve Capobianco: The Person More than the Muscles

It always great to visit with Dr. Steve. In this interview, Steve talks about assessing and working with the "whole person" rather than basing intervention solely on how a person moves. Fitness professionals, movement professionals, and physical therapists have a responsibility to consider many factors when working with a client or patient, including the client's mood, personality, and whether they fear certain movements or possess lack of belief in their ability to move. Listen, learn, and enjoy.
4/11/202043 minutes, 41 seconds
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A Conversation with Strength Coach Dan John

What a blast talking with strength coach, Dan John! From squats to Olympic lifting to discus throwing to Brain 🧠 stuff, we talked about so much. Listen, learn and enjoy
4/11/20201 hour, 1 minute, 36 seconds
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An interview with Dr. Joseph Barry: Preventive Medicine

I had the honor of interviewing my friend, Dr. Joseph Barry. This was such a FUN interview. We discussed preventative medicine - particularly diet and dietary lifestyles. Lots of brain 🧠 candy 🍭 and knowledge bombs here, friends
4/10/202050 minutes, 57 seconds
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An interview with Richard Flint: Mindset for Success

Listen and learn from success mentor, Richard Flint as he breaks down the steps to success into easy to understand terms. This is my favorite interview I've ever done. Success education that took me years to read in countless books, Richard delivers in less than one hour, and much more succinctly and completely. This is completely game changing education, friends. Enjoy and success to all of you!
4/3/202053 minutes, 2 seconds
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James Earls Interview - Born to Walk

In this interview, I have to honor of interviewing my mentor and friend, James Earls. James is a writer, lecturer, and bodywork practitioner specializing in myofascial release and structural integration. Author of "Born to Walk' James is a popular presenter at conferences and workshops around the world. Listen, learn, and enjoy.
7/12/201953 minutes, 49 seconds
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Dave Weckl: Mindset For Success

On a recent trip Los Angeles, I had a chance to meet up with Dave Weckl at his home studio. We did our second interview: “Mindset For Success.” Dave shares great words of wisdom on what it means (to him) to be successful. Watch and enjoy! Check out my other interview with Dave at: https://youtu.be/V_Q2N9NMlXU where we talk about "Dave Weckl Interview: Staying Healthy on Tour / Movement Efficiency While Drumming." Be sure to check out Dave's website at: http://www.daveweckl.com
3/20/201940 minutes, 47 seconds
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Matt Mulcahy "Mindset For Success" Interview

Syracuse, NY WSTM News Anchor, Matt Mulcahy shares wonderful, wise words of wisdom on the subject of success. Be sure to visits Matt’s foundation website at: http://www.shamrockanimalfund.com Also find Matt at: http://www.cnycentral.com
3/10/201926 minutes, 27 seconds
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Jeramy Freeman Interview: “Mindset For Success”

Jeramy Freeman is a professional goal achiever. His countless accomplishments speak for themselves. He has helped thousands of others discover and define their goals and helped them reach those goals. Learn from Jeramy in this highly inspiring and compelling interview and take your thinking, your health, your mindset, and your life to the next level of success and beyond! Be sure to visit; http://www.freemanformula.com
3/4/20191 hour, 12 minutes, 39 seconds
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Dr. Luigi Boccuto: The impact of genetic and environmental factors on our health

In this interview, I have the pleasure of talking with Dr. Luigi Boccuto about the impact of genetic and environmental factors on our health. We also discuss motor disorders, autism, and personalized physical therapy and person training! Thank you, Luigi ENJOY!
3/3/201943 minutes, 29 seconds
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Tom Myers Interview: Anatomy Trains

Listen and learn from Anatomy Trains author, Tom Myers as he talks about the changes / differences in how we move and exercise over the past several thousand years. Great words of wisdom! ENJOY
1/29/201939 minutes, 55 seconds
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An Interview with Peter Erskine

In this interview, I talk with my long time friend, drummer Peter Erskine. Peter has been at the forefront on the jazz scene for many decades and is an icon in the world of jazz, music, and drumming. Peter shares some of his thoughts about a Mindset For Success. This interview was SO much fun. Watch and enjoy http://www.petererskine.com http://www.artistworks.com
5/16/201855 minutes, 37 seconds
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Ian Frizell Interview: Parkinson's Disease www.dbsacompletenobrainer.co.uk

In this interview, I speak with my friend, Ian Frizell, who has early onset Parkinson’s Disease. He was formally diagnosed, allegedly, in 2011 when his neurologist said “if I were a betting man, I’d bet that you have Parkinson’s,” however an official diagnosis came from his GP when Ian asked her for a sick note in 2013. “What’s wrong with you?” she asked, as she skimmed through his notes on her computer, “ah yes, you’ve got Parkinson’s”. So… diagnosed 2011/2013, Ian had been suffering from symptoms of Parkinson's Disease since about 1995. In 2015, a (different) neurologist referred him to the Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) team at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery (NHNN) in Queen Square, London, to assess his suitability for this operation. On the 19th of April 2016, he underwent surgery to have electrodes placed in his brain (bilateral deep brain stimulation of the sub-thalamic nucleus) and a neurostimulator in his chest. Watch and learn from Ian about his experience and fighting back against PD. Be sure to visit his website and follow his blog at: http://www.dbsacompletenobrainer.co.uk
12/28/201742 minutes, 13 seconds
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Interview w/ NPC Bikini Competitor Jennifer Siess ( fitness, nutrition, gut health, & Parkinson's )

It was an honor to interview NPC bikini competitor, Jennifer Siess! In this interview, Jennifer shares great information about preparation and training for her recent NPC WIN (CONGRATS!). This includes the importance of eating clean and maintaining optimal gut health! She also shares about her dad's 20+ year fight against Parkinson's disease. This is an empowering interview! ENJOY
9/3/201749 minutes, 14 seconds
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Interview w/ Omotola Thomas: Finding Purpose Through Challenges ( Parkinson's disease PD )

Omotola Thomas is a highly inspiring Parkinson’s disease fighter. After 5 years of symptoms, she was diagnosed with PD in 2016 at age 36. The day she was diagnosed, she made a decision that she would NOT let PD get the best of her. Watch, learn and get inspired by Omotola’s amazing mindset and approach towards fighting back against PD. She has personally caused a profound paradigm shift for me in my perspective and dealings with many areas of my life. Learn about Omotola’s mission to create an army of PD fighters through http://www.parkinstand.com ! She is a powerhouse! Sit down, get ready, watch, and enjoy!
8/16/201731 minutes, 22 seconds
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An Interview w/ Jerry Evensky: Fighting Back Against Parkinson's Disease - Part 2

In this interview, Jerry talks about his exercise and training strategies to manage disease symptoms and fight back against Parkinson's disease!
8/1/201728 minutes, 54 seconds
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An Interview with Courtney Chase: Taking Your Yoga Practice Off the Mat

Listen and learn from yoga instructor and personal trainer, Courtney Chase, owner of Sky Yoga and Wellness in Skaneateles, NY. Courtney discusses the importance of being present, mindful, and choosing your thoughts carefully as these thoughts will lead to the building of your character. She share compelling information on her approach to taking these disciplines off the yoga mat and into your daily life. Enjoy!
7/11/201716 minutes, 10 seconds
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An Interview with John Carmichael: Shaking Up Parkinson's

I am very excited to bring you my interview with PD fighter, John Carmichael. John shares of his experience in dealing with Parkinson's disease, how it has effected his life, and what he's doing to manage disease symptoms and fight back! This is a very inspiring story of a gentleman who demonstrates the power of a positive attitude and taking action! THANK YOU, John for being my guest. Listen, learn, and enjoy! Also, be sure to check out John's blog at https://justbejcarmichael.wordpress.com
7/8/201740 minutes, 22 seconds
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Interview w/ Dan Edwardes - "Reaching Higher: Becoming the Best Version of Yourself"

In this interview, my friend Dan Edwardes talks about how he has implemented Parkour to help countless numbers of people to "Reach Higher and Become the Best Version of Yourself." Learn how young athletes use of Parkour has helped to improve lateral thinking skills and test scores in problem solving subjects such as math and science. Dan is the founder of Parkour Generations. Be sure to check out his website at: http://www.parkourgenerations.com This interview is a production of PhysioChains Education http://www.physiochains.com
3/14/201725 minutes, 30 seconds
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An Interview with Nicole Mejia - Founder of Fit and Thick!

I recently had the opportunity to interview the very amazing and inspiring, Nicole Mejia - founder of Fit and Thick. In our interview, Nicole shares about her story and about her mission to empower women (and men). She has built and maintains her following by staying relatable and humble, which she portrays through her image and constant contact with her fan base. She hopes that her journey and message will inspire people to follow their dreams, meet their goals, and break the stereotypes that society places on us. A very special THANK YOU to Nicole and Noelle for making this interview happen. It was an honor to meet both of you. I'm still buzzing with amazingly empowering and positive energy!
2/13/201739 minutes, 2 seconds
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Interview w/ Dr. Alfonso Fasano: Fall Risks and Parkinson's Disease

In this interview, I have the honor of speaking with Dr. Alfonso Fasano about "Fall Risks and Parkinson's Disease." This is compelling and game changing information intended to give viewers a better understanding of the relationship between falls and Parkinson's disease. Dr. Fasano is a neurologist and co-director of the surgical program at the Movement Disorders Centre of Toronto Western Hospital. He is also the Clinician investigator at Krembil Research Institute and Associate Professor of Medicine, Division of Neurology at University of Toronto. a production of PhysioChains Education http://www.physiochains.com
2/12/20171 hour, 14 minutes, 39 seconds
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Adam Wolf Interview: Real Movement: Perspective on Integrated Motion & Motor Control

In this video, I interview Adam Wolf PT, LMT, FAFS. Whether you're a sports medicine or physical rehab professional, a corrective exercise or functional movement trainer, or just a movement enthusiast, you'll definitely want to check out this interview. We talk about material and concepts from Adam's new book release: "Real Movement: Perspective on Integrated Motion & Motor Control." In this interview, you'll gain an understanding that the site of injury typically isn't the cause of the injury and is often the result of something doing too much because something above or below isn't doing enough. Adam dives into understanding the inter-connectedness of the body, within a framework where bones move, joints feel or perceive motion, and myofascia reacts to control the movement, all while being governed by the nervous system. Be sure to visit Amazon and buy a copy of Adam's book: http://a.co/h6vvGNW Also be sure to check out Adam's website at: http://www.biomechanicaldetective.com
12/9/201643 minutes, 57 seconds
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Interview with Dr. Wendy Suzuki: Healthy Brain, Happy Life

Did you know that exercise is great for your brain? In this interview, Dr. Wendy A. Suzuki, author of "Healthy Brain, Happy Life" shares about her extensive work studying areas in the brain critical for our ability to form and retain new long-term memories. Dr. Suzuki is a Professor of Neural Science and Psychology in the Center for Neural Science at New York University. Her major research interest continues to be brain plasticity. More recently her work has focused on understanding how aerobic exercise can be used to improve learning, memory and higher cognitive abilities in humans.
10/14/201621 minutes, 1 second
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Interview with Jeramy Freeman: CPT, IFBB Professional Athlete

Here it is, friends – my interview with Jeramy Freeman. This is one of my favorite interviews I’ve had the honor of doing. As an IFBB professional athlete, Jeramy has been highlighted, promoted and published in every major health and fitness, and muscle magazine in the world for over ten years. With over 25 years of experience, Jeramy is an authority on health, fitness, nutrition and improving yourself mentally and physically. Jeramy is a CPT, CEO of Freeman Formula LLC, and CEO of Well Rounded Health & Fitness. As Jeramy says: “You can achieve anything you set out to accomplish if you embrace all challenges and see obstacles as opportunities for growth and learning. Your destiny is determined by your every thought, word, and action. Always know that EVERYTHING counts!” THANK YOU, Jeramy and enjoy the interview, friends!
10/10/201630 minutes, 3 seconds
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Dave Weckl Interview: Staying Healthy on Tour / Movement Efficiency While Drumming

For several decades world renown drummer, Dave Weckl has been touring around the world multiple times per year. In this interview, find out how Dave sticks to a healthy dietary lifestyle and exercise routine no matter where he is. Also learn Dave's approach to movement efficiency while drumming (as a human movement specialist and educator, I find this particularly fascinating). Be sure to check out Dave's website at: http://www.daveweckl.com Also visit http://www.physiochains.com
8/18/201650 minutes, 42 seconds
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NASM-Optima 2016: Andrew Wyant Interview (President of NASM)

Hello friends! I'm excited to bring you the full version of my recent interview with NASM President, Andrew Wyant. In this interview, Andrew shares about the upcoming and highly anticipated Optima conference! I'll definitely be there and can hardly wait! Andrew also talks about the upcoming release of the new CPT learning system. It's all very exciting and I hope you enjoy!
7/3/201615 minutes, 57 seconds
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Andrew Wyant Interview: The New NASM-Certified Personal Trainer (NASM-CPT) Programs

The new NASM-Certified Personal Trainer (NASM-CPT) programs take the core of personal training and present it in a newly sequenced way that helps you successfully learn and apply the foundations of what it takes to be a personal trainer. Developed by leading personal training experts to reflect today’s training needs and practices, while applying NASM’s exclusive Optimum Performance Training (OPT™) model, one of the industry’s first comprehensive training system based on scientific, evidence-based research. It takes the guesswork out of program design and helps you produce results for your clients. Once you earn your NASM-CPT certification you’ll be ready to step into the role of certified personal trainer starting on day one! You spoke. We listened! With the new NASM-CPT programs, you’ll get the tools and learning features to enhance your career and certification exam preparation experience way beyond just a textbook. Included in the programs are exercise demonstration and technique videos, case studies, interactive learning activities, memory tips, plus chapter and practice quizzes to show what you know. If you want more ways to practice, the Premium and Guided packages contain extra learning aides beyond the Self-Study package. And even better, you can easily/conveniently take your studies on the go with the mobile friendly materials. We’ve even included the eBook version of the new NASM Essentials of Personal Fitness Training for easy referencing! Need your own coach? If you need a coach for your NASM-CPT pursuit, we have that support ready for you through the Guided Study program. Our experience helping so many people achieve their dreams of becoming a certified personal trainer, we know the questions you have about the science and application. Coaches and mentors are here to explain and breakdown those concepts in ways to help you better understand and explore their importance to training, and best of all, they are just a call or e-mail away! In fact, many of the NASM team members that are coaching and mentoring candidates just like you are practicing personal trainers themselves. We know first hand what drives you, your clients, and the industry to be the best. Let us help you succeed. We’ll even guarantee your certification success with the Exam Pass Guarantee in the Guided Study package. Choose your pace! The new Guided Study Group includes two options. The Regular Pace 16 Week Guided Study Group that is great for those without a formal background in exercise science or studying part time (about 8-10 hours per week). The Accelerated Pace 10 Week Guided Study Group is a best fit for those with an exercise science background or studying full time (16-20 hours per week). Rewarding career for you and your clients! One of the reoccurring reasons we hear for choosing a personal training career is being able to help people change their lives and embrace a healthy lifestyle. Plus it’s a career that can offer flexibility and independence with a strong 13% employment growth rate projected over the next decade**. Whether personal training is your first career or a complete change of direction, let NASM help you achieve your career goals.
7/3/201615 minutes, 3 seconds
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Interview with Laura Kline: Ultra Runner / Vegan Athlete

In this interview, we talk with vegan athlete and ultra runner, Laura Kline. For many years, she has maintained a demanding race schedule and is continually recording very impressive race results. Races include half and full marathons, ultra running, trail running/races, duathlons, and triathlons. Watch, learn, and get inspired as Laura talks with us about her dietary lifestyle, training schedule, running shoes, and much more.
7/3/201634 minutes, 29 seconds
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Rick Daigle - In The Clinic Now CrossFit, T - Spine, IASTM, And Coffee

In this interview, I talk with Dr. Rick Daigle. Rick is a doctor of physical therapy, founder of Medical Minds in Motion, and on the cutting edge of human movement! Watch and learn from Rick as we discuss Mobility vs. Stability, T-Spine Mobility, CrossFit, IASTM, and more. Listen, learn, and ENJOY!
3/27/201646 minutes, 43 seconds
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Kevin Moore Interview: The Physics of Fitness

Bodies are pretty complex, and there’s room in health and fitness industry for a variety of creative solutions to movement problems. In this interview, Kevin Moore of international movement education company Reembody shares the details of his particular diagnostic method, which relies on qualitative measurements of physical forces as they move through the body. This novel methodology has been used successfully in both rehab and performance settings around the world. Could it work for you?
2/12/20161 hour, 11 minutes, 50 seconds
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Dr. Brent Brookbush: Why Assess Movement

In this interview, we talk with Dr. Brent Brookbush, founder and president of the Brookbush Institute of Human Movement Science. As a doctor of physical therapy and master instructor for the National Academy of Sport Medicine (NASM), Brent is a leading expert in the area of human movement and offers critical information on how, why, and when we should assess our clients/patients. Listen, learn and enjoy!
2/11/201630 minutes, 35 seconds
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Dr. Emily Splichal Interview: "Fascial Tensioning"

In this interview, I talk with Podiatrist & Human Movement Specialist, Dr. Emily Splichal about "Fascial Tensioning." Amazing information, folks! Dr. Emily is also the founder of the Evidence Based Fitness Academy (EBFA). Be sure to visit www.ebfafitness.com to learn more and find a workshop near you!
12/23/20159 minutes, 1 second
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Interview w/Mike Fitch: Creator of Animal Flow, President of Global Bodyweight Training

I had the honor of interviewing Mike Fitch, creator of Animal Flow and President of Global Bodyweight Training. Mike has taken bodyweight training and human movement to new heights and new levels. Learn about the history of Animal Flow and what led to its formation, development, and growth. Learn about the philosophy behind Animal Flow and how this training can improve your strength, mobility, and overall functionality. Also be sure to check out the new Animal Flow 2.0 program! Mike breaks down all the movements into DOABLE exercises, showing regressions that allow us to gradually progress and improvement our strength and mobility. it's an AMAZING program (I'm a student of Mike's program and doing things I never thought possible at 54 years of age). You can check out and purchase the new Animal Flow program here: http://www.animalflow.com/animalflow2/?ref=18 http://www.animalflow.com http://www.globalbodyweighttraining.com http://www.sterlinghealthandfitness.com #whatmakesyoumove
11/23/201555 minutes, 45 seconds
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Interview w/ Chris Flo: The Emotional Side of Movement, Part 1 of 2

In this interview, I sit down with the amazing, Chris Flo and talk about "The Emotional Side of Movement." Chris is the owner of Flo Fitness and a Master Instructor for Animal Flow. After meeting Chris, I experienced a paradigm shift in how I look at the benefits of movement. including how it helps us to manage emotions and improve our cognitive functioning. Watch/listen and learn from Chris! http://www.flofitnessbh.com http://www.sterlinghealthandfitness.com
11/14/201513 minutes, 22 seconds
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Interview w/ Anthony Carey M.A., CSCS, ACE-AHFP: Pain-Free Movement

In this video, we talk about “Pain Free Movement” with Anthony Carey M.A., CSCS, ACE-AHFP. Anthony is the owner of Function First in San Diego, creator of the Pain Free Movement Specialist, and inventor of the Core-Tex.™ With all the medical advancements going on, why is it that so many people are still in pain? What role does the brain play when you feel pain? Learn from Anthony as he discusses the answers to these questions and many more.
10/18/201511 minutes, 50 seconds
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Interview w/ Mike Fantigrassi: Integrating Behavior into Nutrition

In this interview we talk with NASM Master Instructor and Director of Professional Services, Mike Fantigrassi, MS, CPT, CES, PES, CSCS, PN-Level 1. Learn from Mike as he talks about “Integrating Behavior into Nutrition.” Are major dietary stumbling blocks holding you back from you goals? Are you eating healthy most of the time, but looking to tweak your diet? Learn simple strategies to help you get on track, stay on track, and create dietary habits that will get you to your goal. www.nasm.org www.sterlinghealthandfitness.com
10/4/201511 minutes, 14 seconds
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Interview w/ Angel "TheFace" Aulet: Inner Strength is Found in Hope

In this interview, we talk with the always inspiring and amazing, Angel Aulet. For any number of reasons, many people experience the feeling of "hopelessness" when it comes to getting fit, losing weight, and turning their lives around with their overall level of health. In light of very serious health problems, doctors told Angel he would never exercise again (more than once), leaving him hopeless for a time. But - Angel picked up the pieces and defied the odds against him and completely transformed his fitness, health, and life. Watch/listen to Angel as he discusses "Hope for the Hopeless" (the health and fitness version) and how inner strength is found in hope. Angel is: * Personal Trainer and Coach Certified under NASM and AFAA, * Owner and creater of The Game Changer Fitness/GameChanger. * Weight Loss Management Specialist * Strength Coach * Motivational Speaker http://www.facebook.com/angel.theface http://www.sterlinghealthandfitness.com
9/27/201539 minutes, 15 seconds
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Interview w/ Marty Miller, DHSc - "Understanding Behavioral Orientations Towards Exercise"

In this interview we discuss "Understanding Behavioral Orientations Towards Exercise" with NASM Master Instructor Marty Miller DHSc, ATC, CPT, CES, MMACS. Marty shares very compelling information about various personality types (autonomous, control, impersonal) in relation to exercise and also discusses the following questions: What drives some people to exercise and not others? Why does the obesity epidemic continue to grow when people know that exercise is good for them? Does motivation in one area of life spill over into motivation to exercise? How do underlying trigger(s) prevent certain people from exercising? How can personal trainers work with these personality types to engage them into realizing great outcomes? Watch/listen to Marty as he talks about all of these things and much more. TRAINERS – you’re DEFINITELY going to want to watch this interview. Amazing information that can help you to better help your clients! http://www.sterlinghealthandfitness.com
9/27/201517 minutes, 10 seconds
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Repitition Produces Results: Interview w/ Stacey Lei Krauss, Creator of The willPower Method®

I'm very honored and excited to bring you this interview with Stacey Lei Krauss, creator of The willpower Method®. Learn from Stacey as she discusses how repetition produces results! In addition, Stacey tells us about her philosophy and approach in developing and instructing her highly successful classes, including willPower & grace® - a full-body, barefoot conditioning program that athletes need, and high-energy cardiovascular solution that mind-body practitioners have been searching for. Learn more about Stacey and The willPower Method® on her website: http://willpowermethod.com/
9/23/201524 minutes, 20 seconds
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Interview with Ken Miller: Corrective Exercise For Performance

In this interview I talk with NASM Master Instructor, Ken Miller about “Corrective Exercise for Performance.” As Ken states in his awesome workshops, “If you have a body - you’re an athlete.” Life happens in three dimensions. We need mobility and the ability we need to “move” efficiently in three planes of motion (sagittal, frontal, and transverse). To achieve this goal, we must get there safely. Ken shares with us how corrective exercise can help us get there. [email protected] www.kjfitlab.com Instagram: @kjfitlab Facebook: kjfitlabllc https://www.facebook.com/kjfitlab11 Twitter: kjfitlab http://www.sterlinghealthandfitness.com
9/19/201516 minutes, 27 seconds
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Oral Health and Pregnancy: Interview with Dr. Evan Scott Gross

In this video, my good friend (and my own personal dentist), Dr. Evan Scott Gross shares very compelling information regarding the importance of good oral health as it relates to pregnancy. Watch/listen and learn about important information, including: * the importance of oral health during pregnancy and making oral hygiene a high priority * during pregnancy, the body is on high alert for anything that could possibly disturb the development of the fetus (ie: foreign bodies, bacteria, fungi - much of which is in the mouth, the gateway to health, and the gateway to "non-health") * and much more..............
9/17/201516 minutes, 14 seconds
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Pushing Back Against Parkinson's: Jerry Evensky Interview

In this interview, we talk with my friend and client, SU professor Jerry Evensky. Jerry has always inspired me greatly and in this podcast, he shares about how he's "Pushing Back Against Parkinson's Disease" through his positive attitude, forward thinking, and exercise program.
9/15/201517 minutes, 40 seconds
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"Journey to Health" - Interview w/ Jessica Lahr, Mrs. New York America 2015

In this video, Mrs. New York America 2015, Jessica Lahr shares her very inspirational and motivating story about her journey to health. She also shares about how she got into modeling, and about her journey to competing in and winning the Mrs. New York America pageant. Learn about her 70 pound weight loss and how she did it. While dietary lifestyle changes and exercise played a big part in her success, even more important was was attitude about taking control of her health and her BELIEF that she was worth it and could do it! September 24th, 2015, Jessica will compete in the Mrs. America Pageant in Las Vegas. I know she's going to DOMINATE! This is a great story of success. I'm honored to call her a friend. She inspires me greatly! http://www.mrsnyamerica.com http://www.facebook.com/mrsnyamerica
9/13/201522 minutes, 36 seconds
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Andrew Wyant Interview (President of NASM): Reducing the Cost of Health Care

It was a great honor to talk with NASM President, Andrew Wyant. Learn from Andrew as he discusses very important topics including trends in health, behavioral trends towards health, NASM's acquisition of AFAA and what personal trainers (the front line of defense in the health industry) are doing to change the face of health in our country. He has a sincere and genuine passion to positively affect/change the lives of millions of people and is doing amazing things at NASM to realize that goal. Be sure to visit http://www.nasm.org and http://sterlinghealthandfitness.com
8/24/201513 minutes, 59 seconds
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An interview with RICK DAIGLE, PT, DPT, FMT-C

In this episode of "Ask the Expert" I interview a very special guest, Rick Daigle, PT, DPT, FMT-C. Rick is the founder and president of Medical Minds in Motion and speaks about education philosophies, regional interdependence and other items. It was an honor to interview Rick. Enjoy the video and be sure to visit his website at: http://www.medicalmindsinmotion.com and facebook page at: http://www.facebook.com/MedicalMindsInMotion http://wwwsterlinghealthandfitness.com
7/28/201535 minutes, 20 seconds
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SMART Goals w/ Aaron Drogoszewski NASM Educator

In this episode of "Ask the Expert" we talk with NASM Educator & EVERLAST Educator, Aaron Drogoszewski about S.M.A.R.T. Goals. Learn from Aaron how to set goals that are: (S)pecific (M)easureable (A)ttainable (R)ealistic (T)imely Also, be sure to check out the Daily Move Challenge. This program is developed and coached by Aaron and NASM educator, Rick Richey. Visit their website at: www.thedailymovechallenge.com This interview was recorded at the Independent Training Spot in Manhattan. www.independenttrainingspot.com
7/21/201517 minutes, 49 seconds
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Why a Healthy Dietary Lifestyle RULES!

Exercise and a healthy dietary lifestyle are BOTH vitally important to our overall good health, well being, and longevity. If you're looking to change your physique, DIET IS KING! You can exercise like crazy, but you will NOT be able to out-exercise a bad diet. Visit http://www.sterlinghealthandfitness.com for more information that can help you to change your life.
4/12/20154 minutes, 6 seconds
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Are You Really Hungry? Part 1 - Control Your Weight, Feel Better, Be Healthier!

Learn a trick or two to help with your weight loss/weight redistribution goals! Reduce body fat, increase energy, feel better!
4/4/20156 minutes, 54 seconds
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Lacking Motivation To Workout? JUST GET STARTED!

So, you don't feel like working out? Join the club. I work out 6 days per week. At least half of the time, I don't feel like exercising........but GUESS WHAT? Those weights won't lift themselves.......that fat won't burn itself if you're just sitting around......those magic diet pills aren't magic........nope..... All you need to do is JUST GET STARTED! Start the exercise and you'll get the ENERGY to DO the exercise. Start with 5 minutes. 5 minutes will turn into 10, 15, 20 - who knows? I speak from experience, my friends. 269# with 36% body fat 5 years ago. Today - 199# with 15% body fat. If I can do it - ANYBODY CAN DO IT! JUST GET STARTED! BEST OF ALL - YOU DON'T NEED ANY EQUIPMENT! You can workout ANYWHERE! Don't know where to start? Need help? Have questions? Take a look around this site. Email me at: [email protected] - I'm here to help! JUST GET STARTED!
4/1/20151 minute, 44 seconds
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Dan Ritchie, PhD: "Baby Boomers & Functional Aging"

Learn from Dr. Dan Ritchie as he discusses the increased health and fitness needs of the growing baby boomer population (the third largest economy in the world). Dan was recently awarded the highest honor in his field, the Personal Fitness Professional Magazine Personal Trainer of the Year 2014, out of over 500 Trainers from 8 nations. Dan has a broad background in the fitness industry including training and management in commercial and university/hospital-based fitness, for-profit, not-for-profit and educational facilities. His primary areas of expertise are in personal training for special populations: athletes, pregnancy, blind, stroke recovery, Parkinsons, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, Fibromyalgia, Alzheimers, etc. He has worked with Division I athletes some of whom have been professionally drafted. He has also worked on state funded research on exercise for severe dementia alzheimers type. He regularly presents at national and regional conferences and has been active on committees for the American College of Sports Medicine. He completed his Ph.D. in Health and Kinesiology, with a minor in Gerontology at Purdue University. See video interview at: http://sterlinghealthandfitness.com/blogs/entry/functional-aging-an-interview-w-dan-ritchie-phd
3/27/201536 minutes, 52 seconds
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Curb Your Appetite. Avoid Excess Calories!

Learn one method to help curb your appetite, control hunger cravings, and avoid consuming excess calories.
3/8/20153 minutes, 2 seconds
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Dr. Emily Splichal Book Launch: BAREFOOT STRONG: Unlock the Secrets to Movement Longevity

In this interview, we talk with Dr. Emily Splichal about the launch of her new book, "BAREFOOT STRONG: Unlock the Secrets to Movement Longevity." As one of the fastest growing areas within medicine, the anti-aging business is now a $122 billion dollar industry with researchers dedicating their careers to finding the fountain of youth. Whether it be copper peptides or acai supplements, most of the anti-aging industry focuses on limited aspects of eternal youth and vitality. For the first time ever, it is time to apply the latest research into a new area of anti-aging medicine known as movement longevity. Join Podiatrist & Human Movement Specialist Dr Emily Splichal as she explores the science behind barefoot training and how this often overlooked area of health and fitness is actually the secret to youthful movement. As an internationally-renown educator on barefoot training, Dr. Emily has traveled the world exploring the concept of movement efficiency from the ground up. Through barefoot science, fascial fitness and neuromuscular conditioning, Dr Emily will show you how to survive the unnatural conditions of today’s shod society and optimize your movement patterns. From barefoot activation exercises, to vitamin supplements to protect your peripheral nerves, Barefoot Strong is your go-to guide to ensure years of efficient movement – one step at a time. Are you ready to unlock the secrets to anti-aging movement and become barefoot strong? ORDER YOUR COPY HERE: www.ebfafitness.com http://www.sterlinghealthandfitness.com
3/6/201518 minutes, 10 seconds
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The Fattest Trainer in the Workshop: Finding YOUR Motivation to Lasting Change

This podcast is intended to help you find that THING (or things) to motivate you to get on track and stay on track towards a healthy, fit, and active lifestyle. 269# and unhealthy a few years ago - 199# and healthier than EVER now, I know a few things about making massive changes towards better health. Some of us are already motivated and doing well. Others get on track for a while, then repeat the pattern of falling off, both with exercise and dietary lifestyle (can't tell you how many times I did this). I'll give you a few things to think about and share my story with you on how I finally got on track and what I do to STAY on track! Towards the end, it gets a little "hard hitting" but that's because I'm stating the cold, hard reality for what many with experience if they don't do something NOW! As always, if you have questions or need help, that's what I'm here for. 315-935-7488. STAY HEALTHY, folks! FULL WRITTEN TRANSCRIPT OF THIS INTERVIEW AVAILABLE AT: http://sterlinghealthandfitness.com/podcasts/healthy-living/328-podcast-the-fattest-trainer-in-the-workshop-finding-your-motivation-to-lasting-change
3/1/201519 minutes, 18 seconds
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Exercise & the Brain: Rick Richey NASM Faculty Instructor, LMT

In this episode of "Ask the Expert" we talk with NASM Faculty Instructor, Rick Richey, MS, LMT, CES, PES, CSCS! Rick shares great information about how exercise greatly increases brain function. Exercise is medicine! More and more doctors are prescribing exercise as treatment for various ailments. Exercise more and improve your mental clarity & productivity, improve your mood, and FEEL BETTER!
2/25/201514 minutes, 19 seconds
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Jordan Ciambrone: Regulating Attention/The Role of Distraction

Listen and learn from Jordan Ciambrone, MS, NSCA-CPT about "Regulating Attention & The Role of Distraction." An Adjunct Teacher at The Swedish Institute College of Health Sciences in New York City, Jordan is an expert on this (and many other) subjects. Learn from Jordan as she shares valuable and very useful information to help you improve your performance and overall well-being.
2/24/201556 minutes, 3 seconds
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Jordan Ciambrone: Managing Attention for Well-being and Performance

In this episode of "Ask the Expert" we talk with Jordan Ciambrone, MS, NSCA-CPT about "Managing Attention for Well-being and Performance." An Adjunct Teacher at The Swedish Institute College of Health Sciences in New York City, Jordan is an expert on this (and many other) subjects. Watch and learn from Jordan as she shares valuable and very useful information to help you improve your performance and overall well-being.
2/7/201513 minutes, 6 seconds
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Ariana Rabinovitch: YOGA (part 1 of 4) Benefits of Yoga

In this four part video series, we talk with very special guest, Ariana Rabinovitch, Yoga Teacher/Movement Specialist (RYT 500, ERYT 200, FMS, NKT, Barefoot Rehab). Throughout this series, Ariana talks about: Part 1: Benefits of Practicing Yoga Part 2: Various Styles of Yoga Part 3: Getting Started Part 4: 3-D Breathing Ariana approaches yoga from a functional & integrated perspective, combining strength, balance, stability, barefoot activation, flexibility, and relaxation. Watch and and learn from Ariana. There's SO much great information here. She teaches exclusively in Manhattan and be sure to check out her website at: http://www.arianayoga.com (which includes links to her podcast series, Facebook, etc). http://www.sterlinghealthandfitness.com
2/1/201518 minutes, 18 seconds
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Ariana Rabinovitch: YOGA (part 2 of 4) Various Styles of Yoga

In this four part video series, we talk with very special guest, Ariana Rabinovitch, Yoga Teacher/Movement Specialist (RYT 500, ERYT 200, FMS, NKT, Barefoot Rehab). Throughout this series, Ariana talks about: Part 1: Benefits of Practicing Yoga Part 2: Various Styles of Yoga Part 3: Getting Started Part 4: 3-D Breathing Ariana approaches yoga from a functional & integrated perspective, combining strength, balance, stability, barefoot activation, flexibility, and relaxation. Watch and and learn from Ariana. There's SO much great information here. She teaches exclusively in Manhattan and be sure to check out her website at: http://www.arianayoga.com (which includes links to her podcast series, Facebook, etc). http://www.sterlinghealthandfitness.com
2/1/201512 minutes, 31 seconds
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Ariana Rabinovitch: YOGA (part 3 of 4)Getting Started

In this four part video series, we talk with very special guest, Ariana Rabinovitch, Yoga Teacher/Movement Specialist (RYT 500, ERYT 200, FMS, NKT, Barefoot Rehab). Throughout this series, Ariana talks about: Part 1: Benefits of Practicing Yoga Part 2: Various Styles of Yoga Part 3: Getting Started Part 4: 3-D Breathing Ariana approaches yoga from a functional & integrated perspective, combining strength, balance, stability, barefoot activation, flexibility, and relaxation. Watch and and learn from Ariana. There's SO much great information here. She teaches exclusively in Manhattan and be sure to check out her website at: http://www.arianayoga.com (which includes links to her podcast series, Facebook, etc). http://www.sterlinghealthandfitness.com
2/1/20155 minutes, 25 seconds
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Ariana Rabinovitch: YOGA (part 4 of 4) 3-D Breathing

In this four part video series, we talk with very special guest, Ariana Rabinovitch, Yoga Teacher/Movement Specialist (RYT 500, ERYT 200, FMS, NKT, Barefoot Rehab). Throughout this series, Ariana talks about: Part 1: Benefits of Practicing Yoga Part 2: Various Styles of Yoga Part 3: Getting Started Part 4: 3-D Breathing Ariana approaches yoga from a functional & integrated perspective, combining strength, balance, stability, barefoot activation, flexibility, and relaxation. Watch and and learn from Ariana. There's SO much great information here. She teaches exclusively in Manhattan and be sure to check out her website at: http://www.arianayoga.com (which includes links to her podcast series, Facebook, etc). http://www.sterlinghealthandfitness.com
2/1/20159 minutes, 13 seconds
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Saro Spenjian & Dr. Jeff Varghese: Crossfit: Concepts to Safe Training & Programming

In this episode of "Ask the Expert' we talk with Saro Spenjian, NPTI, NSCA, CrossFit Trainer, Multi-Certified CrossFit Specialist & Owner: Iron Fist Athletics and Jeff Varghese, PT, DPT Director of Physical Therapy at Kinetic PT. Iron Fist Athletics is also a CrossFit training facility. The amazing results realized by the clients is proof that CrossFit CAN be done safely and effectively. Saro and Jeff have a mission to "educate" their clients in an effort to help them reach optimal results. They focus on getting results through safe movement, injury prevention, corrective exercises, stabilization, and core stability. Through functional training, they're helping people to get stronger, fitter, faster, and healthier! Watch and learn more in this very informative interview! http://www.ifabox.com http://www.facebook.com/IronFistAthletics http://www.sterlinghealthandfitness.com http://www.shf-syr.com
1/31/201524 minutes, 13 seconds
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Evan Chait PT, - Primal Rehab

In this episode, we talk with Evan Chait PT, L.Ac, CNRT about Primal Rehab. Evan is the founder and owner of Kinetic PT in Ramsey, NJ where they are bridging the gap between Physical therapy and Personal Training. Their vision is to set the standards of well-being in the industry by offering exceptional health care and patient/client service that is result orientated. Watch and learn from Evan in this highly inspiring and informational interview where he talks about "Primal Rehab." This is truly eye opening and AMAZING material. At Kinetic PT, services include: * Chait Back School, utilizing a revolutionary technique called CNRT to locate, diagnose, and treat the underlying causes of numbness, burning, tingling, and aching associated with back pain * Physical Therapy, individualized programs in a warm and friendly environment * Personal Training, one-on-one or group training focusing on core, flexibility, balance, strength and power * Team Training, sport specific conditioning for athletes * Golf Right, a program to play better golf injury free * Elder Care, physical therapy for the elderly to help avoid treat or avoid injury http://www.kineticpt.com http://www.facebook.com/KineticPTNJ http://www.youtube.com/EvanChait http://www.sterlinghealthandfitness.com http://www.shf-syr.com
1/30/201534 minutes, 56 seconds
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Brent Brookbush Interview: Benefits of Corrective Exercise / Benefits of CES for Trainers

In this episode of "Ask the Expert" we talk with Brent Brookbush, DPT, CES, PES, CSCS! Brent talks with us about the benefits of corrective exercise. In addition, he talks about the benefits of the NASM CES credential for personal trainers! http://www.brookbushinstitute.com https://www.facebook.com/BrentBrookbushHMS http://www.sterlinghealthandfitness.com http://www.shf-syr.com
1/30/201511 minutes, 23 seconds
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"Primal Movement Chains" - Perry Nickelston, DC,NKT,SFMA (workshop info)

In this episode, we talk with Perry Nickelston, DC,NKT,SFMA of Stop Chasing Pain. Dr. Perry discusses his upcoming workshop, "Primal Movement Chains" launching in January 2015. Dr. Perry Nickelston is a leading expert in movement assessment and diagnosis. Certified and trained as a Functional Movement Specialist (FMS) and Selective Functional Movement Assessment Specialist (SFMA), he uses programs designed to find your source of painful dysfunction and correct it. In this workshop, you'll learn how to return to move beyond mobility. Movement chains combines various systems of the body.In this workshop, you'll get back to basics, get your movement patterns in order, gain & improve your stabilization. To register for this workshop, visit: http://www.stopchasingpain.com http://www.sterlinghealthandfitness.com
1/30/201540 minutes, 10 seconds
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Greg Juliano: Pre Workout Nutrition

In this episode, we talk with fitness expert and trainer, Gregorio Juliano- BS, BPH, SSC-ISSA , CPT -ACE. Watch and learn from Greg as he discusses pre workout nutrition so that you get the most out of your workout. Greg can be contacted at: [email protected] Greg's website: http://www.extremepowercny.com . http://www.sterlinghealthandfitness.com http://www.shf-syr.com
1/28/201523 minutes, 59 seconds
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Dr. Emily Splichal: "Barefoot Running vs. Barefoot Training: Myths & Misconceptions"

Learn about Barefoot Running and Barefoot Training from one of the industry's foremost experts, Dr. Emily Splichal. Dr. Emily, Podiatrist and Human Movement Specialist, is the Founder of the Evidence Based Fitness Academy and Creator of the Barefoot Training Specialist®, Barefoot Rehab Specialist® and BARE® Workout Certifications for health and wellness professionals. With over 13 years in the fitness industry, Dr. Splichal has dedicated her medical career towards studying postural alignment and human movement as it relates to foot function and barefoot training. Dr. Splichal actively sees patients out of her office in Manhattan, NY with a speciality in sports medicine, biomechanics and forefoot surgery. Dr Splichal takes great pride in approaching all patients through a functional approach with the integration of full biomechanical assessments and movement screens. Dr. Splichal is actively involved in the correction of movement dysfunctions as it relates to sports injury and frequently performs manual therapy techniques including joint mobilization and trigger point release. Dr. Splichal is actively involved in barefoot training research and barefoot education as it relates to athletic performance, injury prevention and human movement dysfunction. Dr. Splichal has presented her research and barefoot eduction both nationally and internationally, with her barefoot programming in over 10 countries worldwide. Due to her unique background Dr. Splichal is able to serve as a Consultant for some of the top fitness, footwear and orthotic companies including NIKE, Trigger Point Performance Therapy, Aetrex Worldwide, Crunch Fitness and Sols. Degrees/Certifications: Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (DPM), Master's in Public Health (Fall Reduction), M.S. Human Movement, NASM-CES, NASM-PES, NSCA-CPT http://www.ebfafitness.com http://www.barefootstrong.com http://www.barefootstrongblog.com A production of http://www.sterlinghealthandfitness.com and http://www.shf-syr.com
1/28/201517 minutes, 51 seconds
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Dr. Brent Brookbush: Busting Common Fitness Myths

In our premier episode of "Ask the Expert," we interview Dr. Brent Brookbush DPT, PES, CES, CSCS. Brent busts some of the most common myths about fitness and nutrition. Be sure to check out Brent's book, "Fitness or Fiction." It's one of the best books out there and busts dozens of myths about fitness and nutrition. http://www.brookbushinstitute.com/ http://www.sterlinghealthandfitness.com http://www.shf-syr.com
1/28/201519 minutes, 12 seconds
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Dr. Perry Nickelston: "Stop Chasing Pain"

In this interview, we talk with Dr. Perry Nickelston, a leading expert in movement assessment and diagnosis. Certified and trained as a Functional Movement Specialist (FMS) and Selective Functional Movement Assessment Specialist (SFMA), he uses programs designed to find your source of painful dysfunction and correct the site of pain. Dr. Perry is a regular columnist for Dynamic Chiropractic, Practice Insights, Chiropractic Economics, To Your Health Magazine, Advance Physical Therapy, PT on the Net, LiveStrong, StrengthCoach, and other industry publications for health and fitness. Watch and learn from the incredible, Dr. Perry! http://www.stopchasingpain.com https://www.facebook.com/StopChasingPain http://www.sterlinghealthandfitness.com http://www.shf-syr.com
1/28/201536 minutes, 47 seconds
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Rick Richey: Benefits of Corrective Exercise / Benefits of CES for Trainers

In this episode of "Ask the Expert" we talk with NASM Faculty Instructor, Rick Richey, MS, LMT, CES, PES, CSCS! Rick talks with us about the benefits of corrective exercise. In addition, he talks about the benefits of the NASM CES credential for personal trainers! http://www.independenttrainingspot.com https://www.facebook.com/IndependentTrainingSpot http://www.sterlinghealthandfitness.com http://www.shf-syr.com
1/27/201510 minutes, 34 seconds
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Dr. Evan Scott Gross: Oral Health & the Athlete

In this video, I'm honored to have as a guest, my good friend (and my own personal dentist), Dr. Evan Scott Gross Watch and learn as he shares very compelling information regarding the importance of good oral health as it pertains to the athlete & active person. Of course, much of this great info applies to ALL of us! In addition, he addresses a multitude of health issues/concerns we should be mindful of, including: * grinding of teeth and how it can lead to TMJ, stress fractures on teeth, broken teeth, and possible flattening edges of the teeth, affecting the ability to chew food . * the importance of wearing a custom made athletic mouth guard (not a stock mouth guard) * the effect of sugary drinks & foods on the teeth (it's WORSE than I ever realized) * every time you sip a sugary drink (or eat a sugary food), there are 20 minutes that the acid level in the mouth goes below 5.5 causing demineralization and tooth decay. * the correlation of poor oral health/hygiene and heart disease! THANK YOU, SCOTT! http://www.sterlinghealthandfitness.com http://www.shf-syr.com
1/27/201517 minutes, 6 seconds
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Xuemei Huang, M.D., Ph.D. "Pesticides and Parkinson’s Disease - Are They Connected

“Do you know what’s in your food?” In this video, we interview Dr. Xuemei Huang, a leading physician scientist in movement disorders at the Penn State College of Medicine. Dr. Huang tells us about her research regarding a common pesticide and its potential relationship to the development of Parkinson's disease. http://med.psu.edu/web/cto http://www.sterlinghealthandfitness.com http://www.shf-syr.com
1/27/20159 minutes, 41 seconds
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Jimmy Haslip: Maintaining Healthy Diet While Traveling

In this video, we talk with musician, bassist, producer Jimmy Haslip about maintaining a healthy dietary lifestyle while traveling the globe. Jimmy adopted a vegetarian diet around 1970 and has managed to stick with this general dietary plan ever since. He has occasionally gone vegan, tried macrobiotic, gluten-free, and practiced fasting. He has a very demanding schedule and has circled the globe countless times. He talks with us about many obstacles and challenges he faces in accessing the food he prefers. He also discusses how he works around these issues to stick with his dietary lifestyle - no matter what. ENJOY!
1/21/201542 minutes, 2 seconds
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Dr. Emily Splichal: Pre Activation Responses and Injury Risk

Learn from Dr. Emily as she discusses concepts of barefoot rehab and barefoot training, including the subjects of pre-activation responses and injury risk. http://www.ebfafitness.com http://www.barefootstrongblog.com http://www.facebook.com/EBFAFitness Be sure to check out the 2015 Barefoot Training Summit! http://www.barefoottrainingsummit.com http://www.facebook.com/barefoottrainingsummit Recorded at Rick Richey's Independent Training Spot 1 E 28 St 2nd Floor New York, New York 10016 http://www.independenttrainingspot.com http://www.facebook.com/IndependentTrainingSpot (THANK YOU, RICK)
1/21/201514 minutes, 54 seconds
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Anne-Marie Campbell: Meat Free Athlete

In this video, we interview vegan athlete, animal rights activist, Tae Kwon Do Black Belt, and founder of Meat Free Athlete, Anne-Marie Campbell. Watch and learn as Anne-Marie discusses her experience and the many benefits she's realized in being a vegan athlete, including having more energy, performing better, and FEELING better. While it's commonly thought that athletes must consume meat in order to get enough protein, Anne-Marie not only BUSTS THAT MYTH, but she is living, breathing proof that eating meat is NOT necessary and there are a multitude of vegan resources that will feed us all the protein we need to build and maintain lean muscle mass. For those who are interested in making the transition to vegan, it can be overwhelming. Anne-Marie gives great suggestions on how to get started and gradually make the transition. Be sure to check out her website and social media pages listed below: Anne-Marie Campbell Founder and Director Meat Free Athlete "Eat Kind Be Strong" http://www.MeatFreeAthlete.com http://www.instagram.com/meatfreeathlete http://www.twitter.com/meatfreeathlete http://www.facebook.com/meatfreeathlete http://www.youtube.com/meatfreeathlete
1/21/201529 minutes, 59 seconds