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On the last Tuesday of every month, Justin goes live on Zoom during his State of S&C Live Event to present on a specific topic related to S&C and answer rapid-fire Q&A from coaches. Register for the recurring live event now.In this episode, Justin talks through practical ways to influence and drive change within your organization. You can expect to walk away with a framework to apply when approaching a change you'd like to make inside of your department.Subscribe to YouTube to watch on video.About Justin RoethlingshoeferJustin has 15+ years in the sports performance, sport science, health, nutrition, and fitness field. He has worked as a performance coach in the NCAA, NHL, with Olympic National Teams and runs a private camp for professional hockey players. He has written three books on mindset, body development, and fitness that have been Amazon’s best sellers for their category.Connect with Justin on Twitter, or Linkedin.Register for Justin's recurring monthly live event for S&C coaches on the last Tuesday of every month.Enjoying Sports Science & Recovery? Consider subscribing or leaving us a review! Thanks, we'll see you next time!
The Sports Science & Recovery Podcast is an interview-style podcast hosted by Justin Roethlingshoefer, the Founder and Chief Performance Officer at Own It.Editor’s Note: Since publishing this podcast, Coach Joe Meloni was fortunate to accept a new role as Head Strength Coach for USA Hockey’s National Team Development Program.In today's episode, I'm excited to be joined by Joe Meloni, the Director of Sports Performance for the AAA hockey program Windy City Storm.As any coach who works with elite athletes ages 15-22 knows, buy-in comes from showing athletes that you care, and that you can help them. And, it’s about helping them as people first, and athletes second.During the conversation, Justin and Coach Meloni breakdown Meloni's holistic athlete development model that takes the complete athlete into consideration when it comes to performance improvements. He also gives an inside look into how he created a culture where sleep quality and recovery are prioritized and competed for just as much as sprint times and one-rep maxes.Subscribe to YouTube to watch on video.About Justin RoethlingshoeferJustin has 15+ years in the sports performance, sport science, health, nutrition, and fitness field. He has worked as a performance coach in the NCAA, NHL, with Olympic National Teams and runs a private camp for professional hockey players.He has written three books on mindset, body development, and fitness that have been Amazon’s best sellers for their category.Connect with Justin on Twitter, or Linkedin.Register for Justin's recurring monthly live event for S&C coaches on the last Tuesday of every month.Enjoying Sports Science & Recovery? Consider subscribing or leaving us a review! Thanks, we'll see you next time!
On the last Tuesday of every month, Justin goes live on Zoom during his State of S&C Live Event to present on a specific topic related to S&C and answer rapid-fire Q&A from coaches. Register for the recurring live event now.In this episode, Justin talks through practical ways coaches can optimize athlete recovery in a team setting. Subscribe to YouTube to watch on video.About Justin RoethlingshoeferJustin has 15+ years in the sports performance, sport science, health, nutrition, and fitness field. He has worked as a performance coach in the NCAA, NHL, with Olympic National Teams and runs a private camp for professional hockey players.He has written three books on mindset, body development, and fitness that have been Amazon’s best sellers for their category.Connect with Justin on Twitter, or Linkedin.Register for Justin's recurring monthly live event for S&C coaches on the last Tuesday of every month.Enjoying Sports Science & Recovery? Consider subscribing or leaving us a review! Thanks, we'll see you next time!
Justin Roethlingshoefer joined Jack McLean on his Prepare Like a Pro Podcast to talk through Justin's philosophy in addition to practical tools and protocols around managing athlete recovery in a team setting. Highlights of the episode include:Turning subjective data into objective dataGoing beyond in-facility athlete monitoringUsing HRV to be more proactive in injury preventionThe best ways to collect HRVWhich wearable should you chooseHow to apply HRV in a team settingSubscribe to YouTube to watch on video.About Justin RoethlingshoeferJustin has 15+ years in the sports performance, sport science, health, nutrition, and fitness field. He has worked as a performance coach in the NCAA, NHL, with Olympic National Teams and runs a private camp for professional hockey players. He has written three books on mindset, body development, and fitness that have been Amazon’s best sellers for their category. Connect with Justin on Twitter, or Linkedin.Register for Justin's recurring monthly live event for S&C coaches on the last Tuesday of every month.Enjoying Sports Science & Recovery? Consider subscribing or leaving us a review! Thanks, we'll see you next time!
On the last Tuesday of every month, Justin goes live on Zoom during his State of S&C Live Event to present on a specific topic related to S&C and answer rapid-fire Q&A from coaches. Register for the recurring live event now.Of all the metrics available to S&C coaches today, Heart Rate Variability, or HRV, is one of the most misunderstood. The challenge with HRV, is not the measurement itself but rather how to interpret and apply insights and actions in a team setting.In this episode, Justin discusses the truth about HRV and what is means for your S&C program. He covers:What is HRV and why it's the most overlooked metricHow to interpret and apply HRV insights and actions in a team settingUsing HRV to drive meaningful and purposeful conversations Subscribe to YouTube to watch on video.About Justin RoethlingshoeferJustin has 15+ years in the sports performance, sport science, health, nutrition, and fitness field. He has worked as a performance coach in the NCAA, NHL, with Olympic National Teams and runs a private camp for professional hockey players. He has written three books on mindset, body development, and fitness that have been Amazon’s best sellers for their category. Enjoying Sports Science & Recovery? Consider subscribing or leaving us a review! Thanks, we'll see you next time!
The Sports Science & Recovery Podcast is an interview-style podcast hosted by Justin Roethlingshoefer, the Founder and Chief Performance Officer at Own It.In today's episode, I'm excited to be joined by Dr. Michele Lastella, a global leader in sleep research in athletes. He has over 50 peer-reviewed publications related to sleep, recovery, travel fatigue, jet-lag, sport psychology, psychological well-being and performance. As a former elite athlete, Dr. Lastella brings experience from an athlete perspective as well as a researcher perspective. He has worked with several elite sporting organizations examining sleep, recovery, and performance. In addition to his academic pursuits, Dr. Lastella is Head Coach of the NTC SA Women's program and an assistant coach for Adelaide United FC Women's program.About Justin RoethlingshoeferJustin has 15+ years in the sports performance, sport science, health, nutrition, and fitness field. He has worked as a performance coach in the NCAA, NHL, with Olympic National Teams and runs a private camp for professional hockey players. He has written three books on mindset, body development, and fitness that have been Amazon’s best sellers for their category. Enjoying Sports Science & Recovery? Consider subscribing or leaving us a review! Thanks, we'll see you next time!
The Sports Science & Recovery Podcast is an interview-style podcast hosted by Justin Roethlingshoefer, the Founder and Chief Performance Officer at Own It. In today's episode, I'm excited to be joined by Dr. Allison Brager, a neurobiologist with expertise in sleep and circadian rhythms for the United States Army.Dr. Brager works on human and animal models of study, examining substrates and mechanisms of resiliency to extreme environmental stress such as exercise, jet lag, and sleep deprivation. She wrote the Military Training Doctrine on holistic health and co-authored the first edition of the NCAA student-athlete mental health handbook. Dr. Brager has also served on the Board of Directors and has chaired committees for the Sleep Research Society, the Society for Research on Biological Rhythms, and Gordon Research Conferences. In addition to peer-reviewed publications in flagship society journals, she has written op-ed and column pieces for science and professional society bulletins, has been on many podcasts and has a popular science book entitled, "Meathead: Unraveling the Athletic Brain."About Justin RoethlingshoeferJustin has 15+ years in the sports performance, sport science, health, nutrition, and fitness field. He has worked as a performance coach in the NCAA, NHL, with Olympic National Teams and runs a private camp for professional hockey players. He has written three books on mindset, body development, and fitness that have been Amazon’s best sellers for their category. Enjoying Sports Science & Recovery? Consider subscribing or leaving us a review! Thanks, we'll see you next time!
In today's episode of the Sports Science & Recovery Podcast I'm excited to be joined by Christie Aschwanden. Christie Aschwanden is the author of GOOD TO GO: What the Athlete in All of Us Can Learn From the Strange Science of Recovery and co-host of EMERGING FORM, a podcast about the creative process. She’s the former lead science writer at FiveThirtyEight and was previously a health columnist for The Washington Post. Christie is a frequent contributor to The New York Times. She’s also been a contributing editor for Runner’s World and a contributing writer for Bicycling. Her work appears in dozens of publications, including Discover, Slate, Consumer Reports,  New Scientist,  More,  Men’s Journal, Mother Jones, NPR.org, Smithsonian and O, the Oprah Magazine. A lifetime athlete, Christie has raced in Europe and North America on the Team Rossignol Nordic ski racing squad.Get connected with Christie:Christie’s WebsiteChristie’s TwitterGood To Go bookEmerging Form PodcastAbout Justin RoethlingshoeferJustin has 15+ years in the sports performance, sport science, health, nutrition, and fitness field. He has worked as a performance coach in the NCAA, NHL, with Olympic National Teams and runs a private camp for professional hockey players. He has written three books on mindset, body development, and fitness that have been Amazon’s best sellers for their category.Enjoying Sports Science & Recovery? Consider subscribing or leaving us a review! Thanks, we'll see you next time!
The Sports Science & Recovery Podcast is an interview-style podcast hosted by Justin Roethlingshoefer, the Founder and Chief Performance Officer at Own It. In today's episode, I'm excited to be joined by Dr. Craig Heller, Professor of Biology at Stanford University and world expert on the science of temperature regulation. His expertise lies in the area of body temperature regulation on sports recovery and performance. In this episode of Sports Science and Recovery, Justin Roethlingshoefer hosts Dr. Craig Heller to discuss the science of temperature regulation, cooling, heat and how these elements affect the human body's function and cognition. Dr. Heller also dives deep into some practical ways on how you can use cold to have a positive impact on performance, recovery, and sleep. About Justin RoethlingshoeferJustin has 15+ years in the sports performance, sport science, health, nutrition, and fitness field. He has worked as a performance coach in the NCAA, NHL, with Olympic National Teams and runs a private camp for professional hockey players. He has written three books on mindset, body development, and fitness that have been Amazon’s best sellers for their category. Enjoying Sports Science & Recovery? Consider subscribing or leaving us a review! Thanks, we'll see you next time!
The Sports Science & Recovery Podcast is an interview-style podcast hosted by Justin Roethlingshoefer, the Founder and Chief Performance Officer at Own It.In today's episode, I'm excited to be joined by Dr. Pat Davidson. Pat Davidson, Ph.D., is an independent trainer, consultant, author, and lecturer in NYC. Pat is the former Director of Training Methodology and Continuing Education for Peak Performance, and former Professor of Exercise Science at Springfield College and Brooklyn College. PPat is also a former 175-pound strongman competitor who finished in the top 10 in the U.S. twice, competed in two World Championships, and finished in the top 10 in the world once. Pat is interested in all realms of human organism improvement, and is relentless in pursuing education.About Justin RoethlingshoeferJustin has 15+ years in the sports performance, sport science, health, nutrition, and fitness field. He has worked as a performance coach in the NCAA, NHL, with Olympic National Teams and runs a private camp for professional hockey players. He has written three books on mindset, body development, and fitness that have been Amazon’s best sellers for their category.Enjoying Sports Science & Recovery? Consider subscribing or leaving us a review! Thanks, we'll see you next time!
The Sports Science & Recovery Podcast is an interview-style podcast hosted by Justin Roethlingshoefer, the Founder and Chief Performance Officer at Own It. In today's episode, I'm excited to be joined by Barbara Depta. Barbara is a top performance and structural balance coach and has worked with many professional athletes in the NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, PGA and LPGA, and UFC, where she examines physical output and recovery.Barbara is also the founder and CEO of Resync, a company dedicated to creating products to help athletes perform at their best and refuel their bodies while supporting energy and connective tissue recovery. A big part of her and the Resync team's focus has been nitric oxide and collagen molecules and how they impact the human body.About Justin RoethlingshoeferJustin has 15+ years in the sports performance, sport science, health, nutrition, and fitness field. He has worked as a performance coach in the NCAA, NHL, with Olympic National Teams and runs a private camp for professional hockey players. He has written three books on mindset, body development, and fitness that have been Amazon’s best sellers for their category.Enjoying Sports Science & Recovery? Consider subscribing or leaving us a review! Thanks, we'll see you next time!
The Sports Science & Recovery Podcast is an interview-style podcast hosted by Justin Roethlingshoefer, the Founder and Chief Performance Officer at Own It. In today's episode, I'm excited to be joined by Dr. Scott Lynn. Dr. Scott Lynn is a professor of Biomechanics and is the Co-Director of the Center for Sport Performance at California State University, Fullerton. Justin and Scott go into the effectiveness of the functional movement screen and how it may not be an accurate screening tool for all athletes. Furthermore, Justin and Dr. Lynn go into detail about the differences in injuries and movement imbalances due to differences in sport. Scott has two undergraduate degrees in Life Sciences, a Masters degree in Biomechanics, and a PhD in Biomechanics from Queen's University in Kingston, Canada. Scott is also the research and education director for swing catalyst and initial force, and is an expert in movement efficiency and injury prevention.In this episode you will hear: 4:00 - Dr. Scott Lynn Intro7:30 - Know what you know and what you don’t know9:18 - Human movement is messy13:13 - Training takes humility14:40 - Pre Screening is important19:20 - Variability is important25:30 - Why the gym is important28:38 - Challenge assumptions made from prior research30:20 - Differences of sport injuries36:30 - Diversity in movements40:00 - Balance vs imbalanceLearn more about Dr. Scott Lynn: Instagram: @drsklynnTwitter: @scottklynn_phdEmail: slynette@fullerton.eduAbout Justin RoethlingshoeferJustin has 15+ years in the sports performance, sport science, health, nutrition, and fitness field. He has worked as a performance coach in the NCAA, NHL, with Olympic National Teams and runs a private camp for professional hockey players. He has written three books on mindset, body development, and fitness that have been Amazon’s best sellers for their category.Keep up on social media:Instagram: @sportscienceandrecoveryLinkedin: @ownitsystemTwitter: @ownitsystemEnjoying Sports Science & Recovery? Consider subscribing or leaving us a review! Thanks, we'll see you next time!
The Sports Science & Recovery Podcast is an interview-style podcast hosted by Justin Roethlingshoefer, the Founder and Chief Performance Officer at Own It. Justin has over 15 years in the sports performance, sport science, health, nutrition, and fitness field, and has worked as a performance coach in the NCAA, NHL, with Olympic National Teams and runs a private camp for professional hockey players. He has written three books on mindset, body development, and fitness that have been Amazon’s best sellers for their category. Dan Garner is the founder of Team Garner, Inc. which offers high-level personalized online training and nutritional coaching for world-class results. His coaching resume is second to none having worked with dozens of professional athletes in 11 different sports. Within his clientele he has worked with three Super Bowl Champions, two UFC title winners, an Olympic gold medalist, two Olympic bronze medalists, PGA tournament winners, multiple Player Of The Year athletes, three hall-of-fame inductees, and three all-time world record breakers. Additionally, Coach Garner has created the very popular Ultimate Nutrition Mentorship, Ultimate Training Mentorship, and Cutting Edge Strategies for Physique Transformation certificate programs where personal trainers and fitness professionals undergo an online education process to turn their passion for this industry into a successful and thriving career.Topic's we cover in this episode:Health as a vehicle for progressUsing the right tools at the right timeUsing data and science in an applied fashionBeing results driven & using objective dataHow to be results driven in a group settingThe most underrated tool in the industryStimulus and adaptationThe health continuumThe fundamental theory of constraintAllostatic loadAcute and chronic inflammationCold exposure during season and off-seasonCovering the building blocks firstLearn more about Dan Garner at https://coachgarner.com/. Enjoying the podcast? Consider subscribing or leaving us a review! Thanks, we'll see you next time!
Welcome to the Sports Science & Recovery Podcast — an interview-style podcast hosted by Justin Roethlingshoefer, the Founder and Chief Performance Officer at Own It. On this podcast, Justin sits down with today's top health and performance experts to bring you the latest sports science, recovery, and performance insights that are rooted in science. If you want to learn 'how' to think, not just 'what' to think to help you maximize recovery and performance, and create champions for life, then this podcast is for you. Justin Roethlingshoefer has 15+ years in the sport performance, sport science, health, nutrition, and fitness field. He has worked as a head strength coach in the NCAA, NHL, AHL, and runs a private camp for pro hockey players. He has written three books on mindset, body development and fitness that have been Amazon best sellers for their category. His passion has always been to help people achieve high performance. We can't wait to see you inside the show. Go own it.
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