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The Science of Sports Recovery Podcast dives deep into what the elite athletes are doing for their recovery routines that keep them at the top levels of performance.

Guests include Professional Athletes from all disciplines as well as World-Leading Researchers on specific tools, nutrition, and trends in the Sports recovery industry to make sure you know Fact from Placebo to help you develop the recovery routine to take you to the top of your sport.

Hosted by Jase Kraft - Recovery Specialist and Mindset Coach - Jase is a former DII All-American, a 4:10 miler, and led his cross country team to a 5th place finish at nationals (2018). Now an elite Obstacle Course Racer, Jase helps athletes develop their recovery routine and come to every competition with a healthy body and mind.

For more information on the Jase Kraft and Science of Sports Recovery visit: www.scienceofsportsrecovery.com

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In this episode, we are going to discuss the difference between men and women. Contrary to popular belief, Women are not Men. Their bodies are different, but the research world, the athletic world, don’t treat them as such.  Today I’m here with Helene Guillaume the CEO of WILD.AI, a company that is looking to solve the issue that the medical world has widely considered women as another version of men (80% of research done on male mice!) - whereas women are.. very different! Now you must forgive me, as though I think this topic is very important but I’m very naive when it comes to women’s natural menstrual cycle and hormones. But as most coaches are male (in fact about 97% of Male sports coaches are male and 60% of female athletic coaches are male according to the NCAA) I think my perspective may be helpful to this conversation.  Helene is going to break down the key differences between men and women in athletics and what that means for a coach or athlete.  Claim your 14-Day Free Virtual Mobility Coach: https://www.thereadystate.com/jase (www.thereadystate.com/jase) (Affiliate Link) Notable Links: Episode 20 Jess O'Connell Roar Book: https://www.amazon.com/ROAR-Fitness-Physiology-Optimum-Performance/dp/1623366860 (https://www.amazon.com/ROAR-Fitness-Physiology-Optimum-Performance/dp/1623366860) (Not Affiliate link) Helene's Information: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wild_ai_coach/ (https://www.instagram.com/wild_ai_coach/) Website: https://wild.ai/ (https://wild.ai/) LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/heleneguillaume/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/heleneguillaume/) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WILDAICoach Twitter: https://twitter.com/WILD_AI_Coach (https://twitter.com/WILD_AI_Coach) Jase’s Information: Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/jaecheese (www.instagram.com/jaecheese) Website: http://www.scienceofsportsrecovery.com/ (www.scienceofsportsrecovery.com) Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4cHv4ysGa6u3h22NjUkFEw (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4cHv4ysGa6u3h22NjUkFEw)  Email: jase@scienceofsportsrecovery.com
Ryan Atkins is one of the fittest athletes on earth, from winning the Spartan Games, to never losing a solo race over 8 hours, he has had an impressive career coming from a unique background in Unicycling to now being top of the world in Spartan Obstacle Races.  He has 10 pages of achievements that I’m not going to list, but most recently has been seen coming in 2nd on the Amazon Prime Eco-Challenge, and 1st place in the YouTube Series The Spartan Games. Ryan Atkins is here to talk to us about his recovery routine, and how he prepares for ultra-endurance races, and what you can learn from that whether you compete in short events or 24-hour events like Ryan does.  Notable Links: 14-Days Free Virtual Mobility Coach: www.thereadystate.com/jase Sonja Weick Episode 4: https://www.scienceofsportsrecovery.com/04-health-first-approach-to-recovery-sonja-weick/ (https://www.scienceofsportsrecovery.com/04-health-first-approach-to-recovery-sonja-weick/) Corrinna Coffin Episode 14: https://www.scienceofsportsrecovery.com/14-nutritional-insights-with-spartan-games-runner-up-corinna-coffin-rd/ (https://www.scienceofsportsrecovery.com/14-nutritional-insights-with-spartan-games-runner-up-corinna-coffin-rd/) Lindsay Webster Episode 8: https://www.scienceofsportsrecovery.com/a-breakdown-of-2-time-world-champions-recovery-routine-lindsay-webster/ (https://www.scienceofsportsrecovery.com/a-breakdown-of-2-time-world-champions-recovery-routine-lindsay-webster/ ) Ryan's Information: Unicycling Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZjcE4Yc1lCY (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZjcE4Yc1lCY) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ryanatkinsdiet/ (https://www.instagram.com/ryanatkinsdiet/) Jase’s Information: Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/jaecheese (www.instagram.com/jaecheese) Website: http://www.scienceofsportsrecovery.com/ (www.scienceofsportsrecovery.com) Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4cHv4ysGa6u3h22NjUkFEw (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4cHv4ysGa6u3h22NjUkFEw)  Email: jase@scienceofsportsrecovery.com
Dr. Levers’ professional career prior to academia was grounded in athletic performance development at the Division I collegiate level and in the private sector.  After obtaining his doctoral degree, Dr. Levers founded a strength and conditioning facility in New Jersey where he served as the Director of Athletic Performance and Nutrition.  In addition Dr. Levers co-founded a start-up wearable technology company to improve blood pressure monitoring during exercise. He has published several articles and co-authored two book chapters related to the influences of nutrition and supplementation on exercise performance and body composition. Now Dr. Levers is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences and serves as the Director of the Metabolism and Exercise Testing Research Services and Academic Laboratories on GW’s main campus in Foggy Bottom. We are going to talk about what it truly means to be healthy, nutrition, and how to talk to athletes about weight management. Notable Links: 14-Days Free Virtual Mobility Coach: www.thereadystate.com/jase Kyle's Information: George Washington University's Website: https://bodycomposition.gwu.edu (https://bodycomposition.gwu.edu) Email: klevers@gwu.edu Articles Discussed: TM. Purdom, KS. Levers, J. Giles, L. Brown, C. McPherson, J. Howard. Accumulative Competitive Season Training Stress Affects Neuromuscular Function and Increases Injury Risk in Uninjured D1 Female Athletes. Frontiers in Sport and Active Living.  https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7466702/ (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7466702/ ) Jase’s Information: Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/jaecheese (www.instagram.com/jaecheese) Website: http://www.scienceofsportsrecovery.com/ (www.scienceofsportsrecovery.com) Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4cHv4ysGa6u3h22NjUkFEw (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4cHv4ysGa6u3h22NjUkFEw)  Email: jase@scienceofsportsrecovery.com
Andrew Moullin was a standout in college at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville and made his way into the Major League Soccer Scene post collegiately. He has experience playing in the US as well as Germany. Accomplishments Include: Guided SIUE out of a 33 Year NCAA Tournament Drought Made it to the sweet 16 before losing to wake forest 5 years as Professional Soccer Athlete He now coaches other athletes on how to be their best on and off the field with knowledge of the sport, perseverance, and strength + Endurance. We talk about: Motivation Sustainability Logistics of Going from Amateur to Pro Andrew's Recovery Routine Notable Links & Episodes: 14 Day Free Trial of Virtual Mobility Coach: https://www.thereadystate.com/jase (https://www.thereadystate.com/jase) Episode 11 with Sandy Gross: https://www.scienceofsportsrecovery.com/09-how-to-get-to-the-starting-line-healthy-sandy-gross/ (https://www.scienceofsportsrecovery.com/09-how-to-get-to-the-starting-line-healthy-sandy-gross/) Andrew's Information: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoNyR-dbmD97IJfiSTCtIuA (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoNyR-dbmD97IJfiSTCtIuA) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/smartsoccervideo/ (https://www.instagram.com/smartsoccervideo/) The Offside Podcast: https://anchor.fm/theoffsidepodcast (https://anchor.fm/theoffsidepodcast) Jase’s Information: Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/jaecheese (www.instagram.com/jaecheese) Website: http://www.scienceofsportsrecovery.com/ (www.scienceofsportsrecovery.com) Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4cHv4ysGa6u3h22NjUkFEw (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4cHv4ysGa6u3h22NjUkFEw)  Email: jase@scienceofsportsrecovery.com
Soon after earning his Doctorate in Physical Therapy, Rhett became disappointed with his profession. Rather than reaching for greatness and pushing the envelope, he felt the physical therapy industry had become stagnant and complacent.  This brought him to a crossroads that eventually led to the patented One80 System®. After several years of experimentation, further education, and applying real science in the clinic, Dr. Polka came up with a system that was designed to get results. It certainly stands out among conventional PT. This evolution is what allowed him to open One80 Physical Therapy®. Since 2005, One80 PT has grown into a multiple clinic model.  Now The Patented One80 System® is being taught to licensed medical professionals across the country. We cover topics including stretching do's and don'ts, the optimal cool down for any athlete, and what recovery tools work, and which ones are making you weaker. Other Episodes Mentioned: Ep. 13 & 10-11 -> Learn more about the lymphatic system and how that affects recovery in these two episodes: https://www.scienceofsportsrecovery.com/becoming-a-durable-athlete-with-kelly-starrett/ (https://www.scienceofsportsrecovery.com/becoming-a-durable-athlete-with-kelly-starrett/) https://www.scienceofsportsrecovery.com/the-great-thaw-of-the-icing-myth-gary-reinl-part-1/ (https://www.scienceofsportsrecovery.com/the-great-thaw-of-the-icing-myth-gary-reinl-part-1/) Dr. Nicholas Rolnick to follow for Blood Flow Restriction Training: https://www.instagram.com/thehpm/ (https://www.instagram.com/thehpm/) (May be a episode coming with him soon ;) ) Dr. Rhett Polka's Information: Website: https://one80pt.com/ (https://one80pt.com/) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theone80system (https://www.instagram.com/theone80system) LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rhett-polka-pt-dpt-ocs-cscs-9727b76/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/rhett-polka-pt-dpt-ocs-cscs-9727b76/) Jase’s Information: Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/jaecheese (www.instagram.com/jaecheese) Website: http://www.scienceofsportsrecovery.com/ (www.scienceofsportsrecovery.com) Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4cHv4ysGa6u3h22NjUkFEw (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4cHv4ysGa6u3h22NjUkFEw)  Email: jase@scienceofsportsrecovery.com
Corinna is an impressively diverse athlete being the top of the world in CrossFit to Spartan, a DI Triathlete at Virginia Tech, and many accolades in highschool in lacrosse, soccer, and cross country.  Her most recent accolades include: Spartan world champs(2nd), 2017/18 TMX (1st + 2nd), CrossFit games team competitor (‘18), ‘19 spartan stadion series champ, broken skull ranch champ Corinna has had many impressive achievements. You may have seen her in the Spartan Games series on Youtube at the end of 2020 battling it out with Lindsay Webster for a victory in the 4-day event. Although she ended up placing 2nd overall to Webster, Coffin was there every step of the way. Corinna is a registered dietitian and is here to talk to us about her athletic career, how she fuels her body, and her take on recovery. Enter to Win Free Ultimate Blood Test from Inside Tracker: ($700 Value) https://www.scienceofsportsrecovery.com/insidetracker (https://www.scienceofsportsrecovery.com/insidetracker) Corinna's Information: Website: https://www.therdathlete.com (www.therdathlete.com) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cscoffin13/ (www.instagram.com/cscoffin13/) Spartan Games Series: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZivRU3AqJkM (www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZivRU3AqJkM) Jase’s Information: Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/jaecheese (www.instagram.com/jaecheese) Website: http://www.scienceofsportsrecovery.com/ (www.scienceofsportsrecovery.com) Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4cHv4ysGa6u3h22NjUkFEw (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4cHv4ysGa6u3h22NjUkFEw)  Email: jase@scienceofsportsrecovery.com
Dr. Kelly Sterrett is a coach, a physical therapist, a two-time New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller, author, speaker, and co-founder of The Ready State. Kelly's clients include professional athletes in the NFL, NBA, NHL, and MLB. He also works with Olympic gold medalists, Tour de France cyclists, world and national record holding, Olympic lifting and power athletes, cross-fit games medalists, ballet dancers, military personnel, and competitive age division athletes. The list goes on and on and on. Kelly is a fierce competitor in his own right, but we're having him on the show today to talk about pain. Well, we'll talk about how to assess it. We'll talk about the D2R2 method and how to become more durable and much more. I can't express how much I've learned in this episode, so I hope you do, too. Notable Links: 14 Days FREE of the Virtual Mobility Coach: https://thereadystate.com/jase (https://thereadystate.com/jase) Kelly's Morning Routine: https://members.thereadystate.com/blogs/10-minute-morning-mobility-routine/ (https://members.thereadystate.com/blogs/10-minute-morning-mobility-routine/ ) Marc Pro: https://marcpro.com/ (https://marcpro.com/) Episode 10: The Icing Myth with Gary Reinl: https://www.scienceofsportsrecovery.com/the-great-thaw-of-the-icing-myth-gary-reinl-part-1/ (https://www.scienceofsportsrecovery.com/the-great-thaw-of-the-icing-myth-gary-reinl-part-1/) Kelly's Information: Website: https://www.thereadystate.com (www.thereadystate.com) Instagram @thereadystate Jase’s Information: Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/jaecheese (www.instagram.com/jaecheese) Website: http://www.scienceofsportsrecovery.com/ (www.scienceofsportsrecovery.com) Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4cHv4ysGa6u3h22NjUkFEw (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4cHv4ysGa6u3h22NjUkFEw)  Email: jase@scienceofsportsrecovery.com
With a rowing career leading him to a 4th place finish at the 2016 Rio Olympics Hans Struzyna has a unique perspective on sports recovery. He started rowing at an early age, but his career really exploding during his collegiate career where he helped the Washington Huskies to 2 varsity-8 National Titles. We chat about his recovery routine, his experience at the Olympics, and his mentality when entering the 'pain cave'. Notable Links: Snowflake Regatta: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YHMtf7lxRdo (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YHMtf7lxRdo) Episode 2 of Science of Sports Recovery with Austin O'Brien: https://www.scienceofsportsrecovery.com/02-olympic-trials-marathoners-recovery-routine-austin-obrien/ (https://www.scienceofsportsrecovery.com/02-olympic-trials-marathoners-recovery-routine-austin-obrien/) Episode 1 of Science of Sports Recovery with Tom Clifford on Tart Cherry Juice: https://www.scienceofsportsrecovery.com/01-tart-cherries-beetroot-juice-for-recovery-fact-or-fiction-dr-tom-clifford/ (https://www.scienceofsportsrecovery.com/01-tart-cherries-beetroot-juice-for-recovery-fact-or-fiction-dr-tom-clifford/) Video of Hans's Qualifying Race: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NcxSonMwTjQ (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NcxSonMwTjQ) Vidoe of Han's Olympic Final: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZIetslktFQk (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZIetslktFQk) Hans's Information: Website: https://hansstruzyna.com/ (https://hansstruzyna.com/) Podcast: https://hansstruzyna.com/podcast/ (https://hansstruzyna.com/podcast/) Jase’s Information: Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/jaecheese (www.instagram.com/jaecheese) Website: http://www.scienceofsportsrecovery.com/ (www.scienceofsportsrecovery.com) Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4cHv4ysGa6u3h22NjUkFEw (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4cHv4ysGa6u3h22NjUkFEw)  Email: jase@scienceofsportsrecovery.com
Part 2 of our conversation! I highly recommend you listen to part 1 first and then to come back here. As you’ll quickly learn in our conversation Gary Reinl is very passionate about the recovery industry. Especially when it comes to practices that don’t make sense. Gary was one of the first people to really blow the whistle on the RICE protocol and has now worked with over 100 professional teams over the last 20 years to facilitate proper recovery and has had astonishing results.  Not only has he helped get athletes back to playing quicker, his athletes see less strength and speed loss during the recovery time. How he does it you ask? Well not by icing. He is the author of the book ICED! The illusionary treatment option. A book by the way that is very well written and I highly recommend it. He has spent nearly forty years in the sports medicine field and Gary is here to continue to educate on the proper, scientifically proven way to heal from injuries and workouts.  Notable Links: Iced! the Book: https://www.amazon.com/Iced-Illusionary-Treatment-Gary-Reinl/dp/0989831949 (https://www.amazon.com/Iced-Illusionary-Treatment-Gary-Reinl/dp/0989831949) Stillness is the Enemy Article: https://www.garyreinl.com/articles/Stillness-is-the-Enemy.pdf (https://www.garyreinl.com/articles/Stillness-is-the-Enemy.pdf) Healed Article: https://www.garyreinl.com/articles/Healed.pdf (https://www.garyreinl.com/articles/Healed.pdf) Is "Cryo" Therapy? Article: https://www.healio.com/orthopedics/journals/atshc/2020-7-12-4/%7Be0d7eba5-370c-46aa-9fc0-70f27c8069b6%7D/is-cryo-therapy-or-is-it-an-illusionary-treatment-option (https://www.healio.com/orthopedics/journals/atshc/2020-7-12-4/%7Be0d7eba5-370c-46aa-9fc0-70f27c8069b6%7D/is-cryo-therapy-or-is-it-an-illusionary-treatment-option) Gary Reinl's Information: Website: https://airtable.com/tblNYjI3aVgPGNwPw/www.garyreinl.com (www.garyreinl.com) Twitter: https://airtable.com/tblNYjI3aVgPGNwPw/www.twitter.com/theantiiceman (www.twitter.com/theantiiceman) Jase’s Information: Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/jaecheese (www.instagram.com/jaecheese) Website: http://www.scienceofsportsrecovery.com/ (www.scienceofsportsrecovery.com) Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4cHv4ysGa6u3h22NjUkFEw (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4cHv4ysGa6u3h22NjUkFEw)  Email: jase@scienceofsportsrecovery.com
As you’ll quickly learn in our conversation Gary Reinl is very passionate about the recovery industry. Especially when it comes to practices that don’t make sense. Gary was one of the first people to really blow the whistle on the RICE protocol and has now worked with over 100 professional teams over the last 20 years to facilitate proper recovery and has had astonishing results.  Not only has he helped get athletes back to playing quicker, his athletes see less strength and speed loss during the recovery time. How he does it you ask? Well not by icing. He is the author of the book ICED! The illusionary treatment option. A book by the way that is very well written and I highly recommend it. He has spent nearly forty years in the sports medicine field and Gary is here to continue to educate on the proper, scientifically proven way to heal from injuries and workouts.  Notable Links: Iced! the Book: https://www.amazon.com/Iced-Illusionary-Treatment-Gary-Reinl/dp/0989831949 (https://www.amazon.com/Iced-Illusionary-Treatment-Gary-Reinl/dp/0989831949) Stillness is the Enemy Article: https://www.garyreinl.com/articles/Stillness-is-the-Enemy.pdf (https://www.garyreinl.com/articles/Stillness-is-the-Enemy.pdf) Healed Article: https://www.garyreinl.com/articles/Healed.pdf (https://www.garyreinl.com/articles/Healed.pdf) Is "Cryo" Therapy? Article: https://www.healio.com/orthopedics/journals/atshc/2020-7-12-4/%7Be0d7eba5-370c-46aa-9fc0-70f27c8069b6%7D/is-cryo-therapy-or-is-it-an-illusionary-treatment-option (https://www.healio.com/orthopedics/journals/atshc/2020-7-12-4/%7Be0d7eba5-370c-46aa-9fc0-70f27c8069b6%7D/is-cryo-therapy-or-is-it-an-illusionary-treatment-option) Gary Reinl's Information: Website: https://airtable.com/tblNYjI3aVgPGNwPw/www.garyreinl.com (www.garyreinl.com) Twitter: https://airtable.com/tblNYjI3aVgPGNwPw/www.twitter.com/theantiiceman (www.twitter.com/theantiiceman) Jase’s Information: Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/jaecheese (www.instagram.com/jaecheese) Website: http://www.scienceofsportsrecovery.com/ (www.scienceofsportsrecovery.com) Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4cHv4ysGa6u3h22NjUkFEw (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4cHv4ysGa6u3h22NjUkFEw)  Email: jase@scienceofsportsrecovery.com
Sandy is a functional movement specialist and a self-proclaimed movement optimist. And right about now, you are probably thinking to yourself. What the heck is a functional movement specialist? Well, I’ll tell you this. What you’ll learn in this episode will absolutely blow your mind. She has extensive experience with NCAA, professional athletes, and coaches including the 2016 NBA Champion Cleveland Cavaliers working with their team to develop strategies to prevent injury, come into every practice and competition with muscles ready to go, and guiding athletes to take control of their own recovery practices at home.  Her superpower is simplifying the complex, which is good because we are going to get into movement science on an audio-only podcast, so buckle up and get ready to take some notes. (or if you driving, just pay attention)  Notable Links: Sandy’s Union Fit Profile: https://www.union.fit/users/sandy-gross (https://www.union.fit/users/sandy-gross) Muscles & Meridians Book: https://www.amazon.com/Muscles-Meridians-Phillip-Beach-OSNZ/dp/0702031097 (https://www.amazon.com/Muscles-Meridians-Phillip-Beach-OSNZ/dp/0702031097)  Therapy Ball Education: https://movewelled.com/category/therapy-ball-rolling/ (https://movewelled.com/category/therapy-ball-rolling/)  Purchase Therapy Balls: https://bit.ly/3aNvPow (https://bit.ly/3aNvPow) Sandy’s Information: Website: http://www.movewelled.com/ (www.movewelled.com) Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/mobilitymama (www.instagram.com/mobilitymama) Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/movewellcle/ (www.facebook.com/movewellcle/)  Twitter: https://twitter.com/sandygross (https://twitter.com/sandygross)  Jase’s Information: Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/jaecheese (www.instagram.com/jaecheese) Website: http://www.scienceofsportsrecovery.com/ (www.scienceofsportsrecovery.com) Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4cHv4ysGa6u3h22NjUkFEw (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4cHv4ysGa6u3h22NjUkFEw)  Email: jase@scienceofsportsrecovery.com
Lindsay Webster has been dominating the Spartan and Obstacle Course Racing scene the last few years including 2 World Championship titles. She has many more accolades as a Spartan, although Obstacle Course Racing (referred to as OCR) may be a relatively new sport, Lindsay is no stranger to being at the top of her discipline. In her collegiate career, she placed 3rd at Canadian Cross Country Running Nationals in 2014. She has gold medals in Mountain Biking from the Mansfield and Woodnewton Ontario Cup, and she even has a 4th place finish at the 50km Gatineau Loppet Cross Country Skiing Event. Our conversation reflects on her recovery routine, her nutritional habits, and the type of legacy that she wants to leave. Mentioned Episodes and Links: Episode 6 & 7 - Sleep with Nick Littlehales Spartan Races: www.spartan.com Lindsay Websters's Information: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lindsaydawnwebster/ (https://www.instagram.com/lindsaydawnwebster/) Jase Kraft's (Host) Information: Instagram: https://instagram.com/jaecheese (https://instagram.com/jaecheese) Website: https://scienceofsportsrecovery.com/ (https://scienceofsportsrecovery.com/) Email: jase@scienceofsportsrecovery.com
If you haven’t listened to part 1 yet, I highly encourage it. It’s episode #6. Just a reminder of who you are listening to: I’m in the middle of my interview with the world renowned Sport Sleep Coach, Nick Littlehales. Nick has developed the R90 Technique that has been proven time and time again to improve sleep for elite level athletes. This is outlined in great detail in his book Sleep The Myth of 8 Hours, the Power of Naps, and the New Plan to Recharge Your Body & Mind.  He has quite the resume when it comes to working with elite athletes and coaches. Among those that he has consulted includes, Team Sky, Manchester United, Liverpool, Manchester City, New Zealand’s Olympic Rowing Squad, and various coaches within the NBA, NFL, and MLB. This week we talk about what you need to be doing in your morning routine, should your sleeping habits change with the seasons, and are sleep trackers worth it? Notable Links From Episode: Sleep (the book): https://sportsleepcoach.com/collections/books (https://sportsleepcoach.com/collections/books) Atomic Habits (the book): https://jamesclear.com/books (https://jamesclear.com/books) Nick Littlehales Information: Website: https://sportsleepcoach.com/ (https://sportsleepcoach.com/) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_sportsleepcoach/ (https://www.instagram.com/_sportsleepcoach/) Twitter: https://twitter.com/sportsleepcoach (https://twitter.com/sportsleepcoach) Jase Kraft's (Host) Information: Instagram: https://instagram.com/jaecheese (https://instagram.com/jaecheese) Website: https://scienceofsportsrecovery.com/ (https://scienceofsportsrecovery.com/) Email: jase@scienceofsportsrecovery.com Episodes Mentioned: 06 - Part 1 - Nick Littlehales
This week I’m introducing you to part 1 of a 2-part episode on Sleep.  You get to listen in on my conversation with world renowned Sport Sleep Coach, Nick Littlehales. Nick has developed the R90 Technique that has been proven time and time again to improve sleep for elite level athletes. This is outlined in great detail in his book Sleep The Myth of 8 Hours, the Power of Naps, and the New Plan to Recharge Your Body & Mind.  He has quite the resume when it comes to working with elite athletes and coaches. Among those that he has consulted includes, Team Sky, Manchester United, Liverpool, Manchester City, New Zealand’s Olympic Rowing Squad, and various coaches within the NBA, NFL, and MLB. This week we talk about Nick’s role in being apart of revolutionizing the British Cycling team’s sleeping habit, explain what sleep really is and debunk the myth of 8 hours a night. Notable Links from episode: Sleep (the book): https://sportsleepcoach.com/collections/books (https://sportsleepcoach.com/collections/books) Atomic Habits (the book): https://jamesclear.com/books (https://jamesclear.com/books) Nick Littlehales Information: Website: https://sportsleepcoach.com/ (https://sportsleepcoach.com/) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_sportsleepcoach/ (https://www.instagram.com/_sportsleepcoach/) Twitter: https://twitter.com/sportsleepcoach (https://twitter.com/sportsleepcoach) Jase Kraft's (Host) Information: Instagram: https://instagram.com/jaecheese (https://instagram.com/jaecheese) Website: https://scienceofsportsrecovery.com/ (https://scienceofsportsrecovery.com/) Email: jase@scienceofsportsrecovery.com
Max Rooke grew up and played for professional team Reading Football Club (soccer)  before moving to the U.S.A to play collegiate soccer for NCAA Division I Mercer University. During this time he won four conference championships, was Atlantic Sun Conference player of the year, an All-American selection and is currently the only male soccer player in school history to have his jersey retired. Max also had the distinguished honor of being a member of the Great Britain National soccer team and competed at two World Championships.  He now coaches as the Associate Head Women’s soccer coach at Pepperdine University in Malibu, California. Since starting in 2014 He has been part of two West Coast Conference Championships, one NCAA Sweet Sixteen Appearance, with four NCAA Tournament appearances and 2 NCAA Regional Staff of the Year awards. We chat about his career as both athlete and now coach and how that has shaped his view on recovery, what role emotion plays in recovery and the #1 roadblock athletes have for getting to the next level of performance. Max Rooke: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/maxjrooke/ (https://www.instagram.com/maxjrooke/) Website: https://www.maxrooke.com/ (https://www.maxrooke.com/) Jase Kraft's Information: Instagram: https://instagram.com/jaecheese (https://instagram.com/jaecheese) Website: https://scienceofsportsrecovery.com/ (https://scienceofsportsrecovery.com/) Email: jase@scienceofsportsrecovery.com Mentioned Episodes: Episode 4 Sonja Wieck
Using Data to explain your Recovery Summary: Justin Roethlingshoefer is the founder of the Hockey Summit and all inclusive training camp for professional hockey players. And this camp utilizes the same techniques from his book Intent. His born and raised in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, and now resides in New York City. Justin is a coach and author, a speaker, and I would add a little bit of a data nerd to the mix and he will attest to that. Justin is all about recovery for max performance and takes a unique stance on monitoring recovery. We chat about recovery data points, what you should start tracking and what you should stop tracking, as well as the five stages of burnout and much more. Justin Roethlingshoefer: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/justinroeth/ (https://www.instagram.com/justinroeth/) LinkedIn- https://www.linkedin.com/in/justin-roethlingshoefer-7252a766/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/justin-roethlingshoefer-7252a766/) Jase Kraft's Information: Instagram: https://instagram.com/jaecheese (https://instagram.com/jaecheese) Website: https://scienceofsportsrecovery.com/ (https://scienceofsportsrecovery.com) Email:https://my.captivate.fm/jase@scienceofsportsrecovery.com ( jase@scienceofsportsrecovery.com ) Notable Links: Whoop- https://glnk.io/mo28/justin-roethlingshoefer (https://glnk.io/mo28/justin-roethlingshoefer) Transcript Jase Kraft: [00:00:00] Welcome to the Sports Recovery podcast, we have a great guest on the show today with a bachelor's degree in movement science and master's degree in exercise physiology Justin Roethlingshoefer is the founder of the Hockey Summit and all inclusive training camp for professional hockey players. And this camp utilizes the same techniques from his book Intent. His born and raised in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, and now resides in New York City. Justin is a coach and author, a speaker, and I would add a little bit of a data nerd to the mix and he will attest to that. Justin is all about recovery for max performance and takes a unique stance on monitoring recovery. We chat about recovery data points, what you should start tracking and what you should stop tracking, as well as the five stages of burnout and much more. Jase Kraft: [00:01:02] No further ado. Let's get into. Jase Kraft: [00:01:08] You're listening to the Science of Sports Recovery podcast. Each week, we explore how to recover more efficiently from training so you can work out harder and realize your full potential. This is the Science of Sports Recovery podcast. Jase Kraft: [00:01:36] Hey, Justin, great to have you on the podcast. Justin Roethlingshoefer: [00:01:39] It's awesome to be here, just thank you so much for having me on. It's awesome to be involved with people pushing the performance sector forward. And you're doing an awesome job. So thanks so much for having me. Jase Kraft: [00:01:50] Yeah, no problem. Jase Kraft: [00:01:51] So that we got a little bit of background on you on the intro, but that's more of the what you do. I like to kind of get in the mind of why you came into this space. So what about recovery and kind of the data behind it or even before we go there? I mean, what about strength and conditioning led you to where you are now? Justin Roethlingshoefer: [00:02:15] Yeah, for sure. So it it all started in my playing career. It was never the biggest guy, was never the strongest guy. It's never the fastest, most talented. But what allowed me to play at the level that I did and and get as far as I did and in college and my first pro contract and everything else in hockey was simply that I helped people and was able to be coached from the age of about 16 by some very great performance coaches. And they helped me fall in love with the strength and conditioning side of things. And in the science that went into it and just figuring out how I could pull out every last ounce of potential that I had, even though I...
Summary: Dr. Tom Clifford is a world leading researcher in the world of tart cherry juice and beetroot juice when it comes to athletic recovery. Dr. Clifford has a bachelor's in sports and exercise science and a master's in sports performance. He also has a doctorate and exercise, health, nutrition. He's worked with several elite sports teams, including the Newcastle Falcons rugby team. Our conversation today sheds some light on the truths, the myths, and the theories behind tart cherry juice and beetroot juice when it comes to athletic performance and recovery. (Transcript Below) Dr. Tom Clifford's Information Twitter: https://twitter.com/TomClifford7 (https://twitter.com/TomClifford7) Email: T.Clifford@lboro.ac.uk University Profile: https://www.lboro.ac.uk/departments/ssehs/staff/tom-clifford/ (https://www.lboro.ac.uk/departments/ssehs/staff/tom-clifford/) Jase Kraft's Information: Instagram: https://instagram.com/jaecheese (https://instagram.com/jaecheese) Website: https://scienceofsportsrecovery.com (https://scienceofsportsrecovery.com) Email: jase@scienceofsportsrecovery.com Jase Kraft: [00:00:00] Today's guest is the world's leading researcher in the world of tart cherry juice and beetroot juice when it comes to athletic recovery. Tom has a bachelor's in sports and exercise science and a master's in sports performance. He also has a doctorate and exercise, health, nutrition. He's worked with several elite sports teams, including the Newcastle Falcons rugby team. Our conversation today sheds some light on the truths, the myths, and the theories behind tart cherry juice and beetroot juice when it comes to athletic performance and recovery. Jase Kraft: [00:00:36] Let's get into. Jase Kraft: [00:00:41] You're listening to the Science of Sports Recovery podcast. Each week, we explore how to recover more efficiently from training so you can work out harder and realize your full potential. This is the Science of Sports Recovery podcast. Jase Kraft: [00:01:10] Hey, Tom, it's great to have you on the show. Tom Clifford: [00:01:13] Hi, Jase. So nice to see you. Jase Kraft: [00:01:16] So there's a brief intro on your background and stuff, but we just run down your education. You have a bachelor's degree in sport and exercise science, then a master's degree and sport performance from the University of Portsmouth. And if I'm correct in saying you also were a boxer and a football, is that American football? Is that soccer that you playing at the University of Brighton. Tom Clifford: [00:01:47] Oh, wow, where have you dug this out from, so, Yes, so, Tom Clifford: [00:01:53] In my undergraduate in sport science, I've always been football, soccer. So, you know, Americans soccer. That was always my main sport. I did try and take up boxing. I really enjoyed it. It wasn't very good. Tom Clifford: [00:02:08] It's really good fun. Tom Clifford: [00:02:10] But that was, you know, I stuck mainly to soccer when I realized that boxing. Jase Kraft: [00:02:15] Yeah, sweet, do play all of three or four years that you were there. Tom Clifford: [00:02:20] Yeah. So we did four years. Tom Clifford: [00:02:21] So the first year I still played for my home club, so I used to travel back then I decided to play for the university for the second.  Jase Kraft: [00:02:30] Cool, cool, after university, did you, did you play any more club or do you currently do the any of that kind of stuff now. Tom Clifford: [00:02:40] Yeah. So not so much. Tom Clifford: [00:02:41] So I carried on playing for a few more years and then I stopped, I started to move around a lot for work and I decided to bring back kind of my Saturday afternoons and my Tuesday. It was the evenings instead of training. So I just stopped playing over there and, you know, kind of local five aside, things like that. Tom Clifford: [00:03:01] And now now I'm a runner, a very, very distinctly average...
Health First Approach to RecoverySummary: Sonja Wieck (w-ick) underwent a life transformation taking her from an average stay-at-home mom to a World-Class Ironman triathlete.  She is a 6x Kona Ironman World Championship Qualifier, came in 2nd place at Kona Ironman World Female 35-39 age group (2015), was named the Ironman All World Female 35-39 Champion (2013), Tokyo’s Joe’s Athlete of the Month (2014).  She can be seen leading her group of 3 men on Team Iron Cowboy on Mark Burnett’s new competition show “https://ecochallenge.com/ (World’s Toughest Race Eco-Challenge Fiji)” hosted by Bear Grylls premiered on Amazon Prime on August 14, 2020. (If you haven’t watched this yet. You need to) She now has a podcast of her own sharing the untold stories of the athletes that participated in that event.  (https://gosonja.com/podcast (Tales of Toughness)) And if that’s not all she’s also an Ultramarathoner, she’s ran the Grand Canyon Rim to Rim in 12 hours, was named the Moab 100 mile Female Champion and 2nd overall (2010) and believe me there are more achievements but I don’t want to keep you waiting for our conversation any longer! We chat about how she has grown up fearless, her health first approach to recovery, her favorite tools for recovery and much much more.  Sonja Weick's Information: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gosonja/ (https://www.instagram.com/gosonja/) Website: https://gosonja.com/ (https://gosonja.com/) Tales of Toughness Podcast: https://gosonja.com/podcast (https://gosonja.com/podcast) Jase Kraft's Information: Instagram: https://instagram.com/jaecheese (https://instagram.com/jaecheese) Website: https://scienceofsportsrecovery.com/ (https://scienceofsportsrecovery.com) Email:https://my.captivate.fm/jase@scienceofsportsrecovery.com ( jase@scienceofsportsrecovery.com ) Jase Kraft: [00:02:18] Hey Sonja, it's great to have you on the podcast. Sonja Weick: [00:02:32] Hey, Jase, I'm so, so stoke that you asked me to. Come on. I'm excited to be here. I'm honored and thankful. So thanks for having me. Jase Kraft: [00:02:39] Awesome wow that. That's quite the range of emotions. So I'm excited. I'm excited to talk to somebody that I watch for ten episodes on a season. That and honestly, I had to borrow somebody else's Amazon Prime because I don't have it. But I was like, I need to see this show. So but I wanted to start off this conversation kind of taking you back to pre athletics for you in your in your podcast that you have tales of toughness. You talk about that you got into running because you were afraid of balls and just kind of love the freedom that I got to you. But what made you, like, go out on that first run? I mean, that's not something that. Sonja Weick: [00:03:29] Oh, my gosh.  Jase Kraft: [00:03:30] I'm going to go run. Sonja Weick: [00:03:32] I know it's. Gosh, yes. You know, I think since I've been little, what's always got me, what's always been in my blood and in my DNA is adventure. I remember even being like a little kid and we had property and I was always adventuring around the property and climbing all the trees and I had a dog in tow. And so there was this sense of exploration that's always been deep inside of my little heart. And I remember. In middle schools trying to run the mile and seeing that I was the fastest girl in the school and kind of getting a little bit of like a school attitude about it, and then I remember one day thinking, you know what, I'm gonna I think runners train like they go and they run. And I took off from my house and I ran and I ran and I ran. And I think later I went and had my mom drive it and I had run six miles all around the neighborhood. But all I remember was I was really tired. That was exhausting. But I got so far from home because you get like three miles from home when you're in middle school and you think you're on another planet. And that sense of having, like, my own two...
Olympic Trials Marathoner's Recovery Routine - Austin O'BrienSummary: Austin O'Brien didn't see his elite level of success until after college in two thousand sixteen, he got the idea to try and qualify for the Olympic trials marathon and in 2020, that dream became a reality when he competed in the Olympic trials this February after qualifying in November in 2019. Austin has been running 100+ miles per week for months on end, and he takes his recovery routine very seriously. We talk about how he fits his recovery into his busy schedule, sleep and one more unique practice he does as part of his recovery routine that is unique to him. (transcript below) Austin O'Brien's Information: email: austin@mentallystrongconsulting.com twitter: https://twitter.com/aob_33 (https://twitter.com/aob_33) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aob_33/ (https://www.instagram.com/aob_33/) Jase Kraft's Information: Instagram: https://instagram.com/jaecheese (https://instagram.com/jaecheese) Website: https://scienceofsportsrecovery.com/ (https://scienceofsportsrecovery.com) Email:https://my.captivate.fm/jase@scienceofsportsrecovery.com ( jase@scienceofsportsrecovery.com ) Transcript: Jase Kraft: [00:00:00] Austin O'Brien didn't see his elite level of success until after college in two thousand sixteen, he got the idea to try and qualify for the Olympic trials marathon and in 2020, that dream became a reality when he competed in the Olympic trials this February after qualifying in November in 2019. Austin has been running one hundred plus miles per week for months on end, and he takes his recovery routine very seriously. We talk about how he fits his recovery into his busy schedule, sleep and one more unique practice. He does a part of his recovery routine that is unique to him. So let's get into it. Jase Kraft: [00:00:53] You're listening to the Science of Sports Recovery podcast. Each week, we explore how to recover more efficiently from training so you can work out harder and realize your full potential. This is the Science of Sports Recovery podcast. Jase Kraft: [00:01:21] Hey, Austin, it's great to have you on the show. Austin O’Brien: [00:01:24] Thanks for having me. I'm excited to be here. Jase Kraft: [00:01:26] Yeah, well, I know our listeners are excited to get into your recover routine being one hundred miles a week running. That's very impressive. But before we get started, I want to put out a fun fact, because sometimes it's hard to compare apples to apples, to apples to oranges in the sport world. Jase Kraft: [00:01:48] So for those of you that don't know, according to run, repeat that, Austin, just making the marathon trials, the Olympic trials, puts him in the top point, zero six percent of all marathon runners. And in comparison to football, that would be like a high school senior graduating high school. Playing football has a point zero nine percent chance of making it to the NFL. So, Austin, you if you are a football player, you would essentially be good enough to be in the NFL. So you are definitely in elite company. And I just wanted to put that out there because that makes a little bit more sense to people, so. Like many elite athletes who start young. When was that for, for you, when did you start running? Austin O’Brien: [00:02:44] Yeah, well, so my mom was always a runner growing up, so it was always just something I saw her do. But I actually initially went out for cross-country when I was in middle school, seventh grade, I was I started to really develop a love for basketball and I was totally obsessed. So my thought in seventh grade was, hey, I don't really care so much about football, so why don't I go for cross-country and get really get really fit, get in shape for basketball season, because that's my main sport right now it. Lo and behold, I started running really well, running fast, got better every single race and ended up winning the state cross-country...
The Science of Sports Recovery Podcast dives deep into what the elite athletes are doing for their recovery routines that keep them at the top levels of performance. Guests include Professional Athletes from all disciplines as well as World-Leading Researchers on specific tools, nutrition, and trends in the Sports recovery industry to make sure you know Fact from Placebo to help you develop the recovery routine to take you to the top of your sport. Guests Include: Austin O'Brien - Olympic Trials Marathon Dr. Tom Clifford - World Leading Researcher - Recovery from Nutrition Nick Littlehales - World Renowned - Sport Sleep Coach Lindsay Webster - 2 Time Spartan World Champion Max Rooke - Ex-Professional Soccer Player for Great Britain Justin Roethlingshoefer - Recovery Specialist, Former NHL Head Strength & Conditioning coach Sonja Wieck - World Class Ironman and Adventure Racer Many more to come! Hosted by Jase Kraft - Recovery Specialist and Mindset Coach - Jase is a former DII All-American, a 4:10 miler, and led his cross country team to a 5th place finish at nationals (2018). Now an elite Obstacle Course Racer, Jase helps athletes develop their recovery routine and come to every competition with a healthy body and mind. For more information on the Jase Kraft and Science of Sports Recovery visit: www.scienceofsportsrecovery.com Instagram: www.instagram.com/jaecheese
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