OPEX Podcast - Fitness Explained
#094 - Brendan Egan

#094 - Brendan Egan

February 21, 2020

Bio:
Brendan Egan, PhD is Associate Professor of Sport and Exercise Physiology at the School of Health and Human Performance, Dublin City University, Ireland, and a Visiting Research Scientist at the Institute for Human and Machine Cognition, Pensacola. Brendan received his BSc Sport and Exercise Science from the University of Limerick (Ireland), MSc Sport and Exercise Nutrition from Loughborough University (UK), and PhD from Dublin City University, and completed post-doctoral training at the Karolinska Institute, Sweden. His research has investigated the molecular regulation of skeletal muscle function and adaptation across the life course with special interest in the synergy between nutrition and exercise interventions ranging from athletes to older adults. His research group now primarily performs human trials involving both acute and chronic interventions for outcomes around performance (physical and cognitive), recovery and adaptation. Nutrients recently and presently under investigation include caffeine, creatine, omega-3 fatty acids, resveratrol, leucine, protein hydrolysates, and exogenous ketone supplements. In the healthy ageing realm, the group is exploring novel exercise training modalities in older adults including the efficacy of bodyweight-based training methods and the application of concurrent aerobic and resistance exercise training. Outside of academic research, Brendan has been an applied practitioner working in performance nutrition for over 15 years, predominantly with team sport athletes such as Gaelic games where he himself played at an elite level for over 10 years, but also recently moving into endurance sports with the Irish paratriathlon team among others.

Website:
Researchgate Profile

Research and Books mentioned:

Comparison of time-matched aerobic, resistance or concurrent exercise training in older adults

Metformin blunts muscle hypertrophy in response to progressive resistance exercise training in older adults: A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, multicenter trial: The MASTERS trial

Podcasts mentioned:

Stem Talk: EPISODE 65: DR. BRENDAN EGAN TALKS ABOUT THE IMPORTANCE OF MUSCLE AND HIS RESEARCH INTO EXOGENOUS KETONES

OPEX Podcast: #065 - Daniel Davey Head of Sports Performance Nutrition w/ Leinster Rugby, CEO of Foodflicker

Video’s mentioned:

Muscle matters: Dr Brendan Egan at TEDxUCD

People and Resources mentioned:

Dublin City University

University College Dublin

University of Limerick

University of Loughborough

Karolinska Institutet

Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition (IHMC)

Ronald Maughan

Donal O’Gorman

Juleen Zierath

Daniel Davey

Giuseppe De Vito

James Fitzgerald 

Peter Attia

ACSM Updated Physical Activity Guidelines

Mike Boyle

Robb Wolf

Time-Line:

0:00 – 5:25 - Robbie intro’s the show and asks Brendan about his background

5:26 – 8:38 - Robbie asks Brendan about his research around sarcopenia 

8:39 – 11:32 - Brendan discusses prevention strategies for sarcopenia

11:33 – 20:07 - Robbie asks Brendan about protein needs for older adults

20:08 – 29:43 - Robbie asks Brendan about the best types of exercise to prevent sarcopenia

29:44 – 38:30 - Robbie asks Brendan about habit change

38:31 – 45:41 - Robbie asks Brendan what areas of research currently excite him

45:42 - 46:45 - Robbie wraps up the show!

#093 - Brett Bartholomew

#093 - Brett Bartholomew

February 14, 2020

Bio:
Brett Bartholomew is a strength and conditioning coach, author, consultant, and Founder of the performance coaching and consulting company, The Bridge Human Performance®. His experience includes working with athletes both in the team environment and private sector along with members of the United States Special Forces and members of Fortune 500 companies.

Taken together, Brett has coached a diverse range of athletes from across 23 sports world-wide, at levels ranging from youth athletes to Olympians. He’s supported numerous Super Bowl and World Series Champions, along with several professional fighters in both professional boxing as well as the UFC.

Websites and Social Media Links:

Website – brettbartholomew.net

Website – artofcoaching.com

Facebook – Brett Bartholomew: Strength Coach

Twitter - @Coach_BrettB

Instagram – coach_Brett

YouTube - Brett Bartholomew

Podcast – Art of Coaching Podcast

Articles and Books mentioned:

Purists vs. Pretenders: Why Coaches Should Do The Work & Not Worry About The Credit

Conscious Coaching 

Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion

Pre-Suasion: A Revolutionary Way to Influence and Persuade

Money Master the Game

Purists vs. Pretenders: Why Coaches Should Do The Work & Not Worry About The Credit

Perennial Seller

Ultimate MAA Conditioning

Crystallizing Public Opinion

Podcasts mentioned:

ATSW: Episode 206: Nicole Rodriguez - Long Term Athletic Development and getting out of your
comfort zone

Art of Coaching Podcast – E3 E3 | Brock Bittle

Art of Coaching Podcast - E43 | Danny Matta: Understand What You're Worth

Art of Coaching Podcast - E51 | Your Favorite Podcast's Dirty Secret

Art of Coaching Podcast - E52 | Andy Ptacek: Beating Brain Cancer & Becoming A Coach

Ted Radio Hour


Video’s mentioned:

Carl Sagan's Pale Blue Dot OFFICIAL

People and Resources mentioned:


Online Course: Bought In

Online Course: Valued

Steve Jobs

Robert Cialdini Ph.D.

Elon Musk

ALTIS

Nicole Rodriguez

Denis Logan

Alvin Roy

Jay Z

Prince

George Carlin

Jim Carey

Muhammad Ali

Johnny Carson

Mike Boyle

Tony Robbins

Ray Dalio

NSCA

CSCCA

John Maxwell

Ron McKeefery

Andrea Hudy

Andy McCloy

Donald Trump

Ryan Holiday

Bruce Lipton

Jacque Fresco

Joseph Chilton Pearce

Edward Bernays

Stephanie Mock

Guy Raz

Robert Green

Robert Sapolsky

#092 - Gabrielle Fundaro

#092 - Gabrielle Fundaro

January 31, 2020

Bio:

Dr. Gabrielle Fundaro, CISSN, CHC, is a Renaissance Periodization consultant, Monash low-FODMAP certified and ISSN-certified sport nutritionist, and ACE-certified health coach. Dr. Fundaro combines her knowledge of nutrition and motivational interviewing techniques to promote intrinsic motivation and behavior change in clients to facilitate long-term weight management and healthy lifestyles. She believes in the importance of a plant-centric diet in addition to regular, enjoyable physical activity and cognitive exercises as part of a sustainable lifestyle free from the chronic dieting mindset. When working with individuals experiencing gastric distress, Dr. Fundaro applies a practical, personalized, and evidence-based approach to modify diet and lifestyle factors which can contribute to improved digestive comfort. 

She has taught a variety of courses related to nutrition for performance and health, physiology, and macronutrient metabolism. In addition to her teaching experience, she has enjoyed the opportunity to share evidence-based recommendations in international seminars, podcasts, and contributions to magazines such as Shape, Oxygen, Reader’s Digest, and InStyle. 

Dr. Fundaro is a former Assistant Professor of Exercise Science at Georgia Gwinnett College and holds a PhD in Human Nutrition, Foods, and Exercise from Virginia Tech as well as a BS in Exercise, Sport, and Health Education from Radford University. She is currently completing requirements towards the Registered Dietitian credential as a participant in the Individualized Supervised Practice Pathway of the Dietetic Internship Program of the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, reading, spending time with her dogs, and training for powerlifting.

Education/Credentials

PhD – Human Nutrition, Foods, and Exercise, Virginia Tech (2014)

Dissertation Topic: Effects of Probiotic Supplementation on Metabolic Dysregulation During High-Fat Feeding

Graduate Certificate—Preparing the Future Professoriate, Virginia Tech (2014)

Graduate Teaching Scholars Fellowship, Virginia Tech (2012-2014)

BS – Exercise, Sport, and Health Education, Radford Virginia (2009)

Monash Low-FODMAP Certified (2019)

Certified Health Coach, American Council on Exercise (2018)

Certified Sports Nutritionist, International Society of Sports Nutrition (2017)

Current Participant: Individualized Supervised Practice Pathway (ISPP) of the Dietetic Internship Program of the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center

Professional Experience

Assistant Professor, Exercise Science, Georgia Gwinnett College (2014-2018)

Show Notes:

Websites and Social Media Links

Website – vitaminphdnutrition.com

Website - renaissanceperiodization.com

Facebook – Gabrielle Fundaro

Twitter - @pedagogiologist

Instagram – vitaminphd

YouTube - Renaissance Periodization


Articles/ Research Mentioned:

The core gut microbiome, energy balance and obesity

Kombucha: A Systematic Review of the Clinical Evidence

Human gut microbiome: hopes, threats and promises

Podcast Mentioned:

Sigma Nutrition Podcast: #291: Gab Fundaro, PhD – Gut Microbiome, Bacterial Diversity & the Impact of Diet & Probiotics

OPEX Podcast: #075 - John Berardi

Book’s Mentioned: 

The Good Gut

Why Isn’t my Brain Working

Eat What You Love Love What You Eat: How to Break Your Eat-Repent-Repeat Cycle

Atomic  Habits

Fundamentals of Microbiome Science: How Microbes Shape Animal Biology 1st Edition

Motivational Interviewing in Nutrition and Fitness (Applications of Motivational Interviewing)

Movies Mentioned:

Wolf Creek 

 

Time-Line:

0:00 – 4:56 - Robbie intro’s the show and asks Gabrielle to introduce herself

4:57 – 9:43 - Robbie asks Gabrielle about the diversity of species within the microbiome

9:44 – 18:03 - Robbie asks Gabrielle about fibre’s role in gut health

18:04 – 25:19 - Robbie asks Gabrielle about the benefits of short-chain-fatty acids

25:20 – 31:12 - Robbie asks Gabrielle about the detrimental effects that some sweeteners in protein bar can have on the gut microbiome

31:13 – 39:59 - Robbie asks Gabrielle about probiotics

40:00 – 46:41 - Robbie asks Gabrielle about the benefits of fermented foods

46:42 – 50:11 - Robbie asks Gabrielle about the effects of c-section births on gut microbiome development

50:12 – 55:45 - Robbie asks Gabrielle about the link between gut health and mental health

55:46 – 57:46 - Robbie asks Gabrielle how she learns

57:47 – 59:07 - Robbie asks Gabrielle is there anything she does on  daily basis that is essential to her day?

59:08 – 1:00:54 -  Robbie asks Gabrielle for her top and current book

1:00:55 – 1:03:40 - Robbie asks Gabrielle, if she only had 1 year left on planet earth, how would she spend that year and why?

1:03:41 – 1:05:40 -  Robbie asks Gabrielle, if she could invite 5 people to dinner, dead or alive, who would she invite and why?

1:05:41 – 1:07:37 - Robbie wraps up the show!

#091 - Stan Efferding

#091 - Stan Efferding

January 31, 2020

Bio:

Stan Efferding is an IFBB Professional bodybuilder and World Record Holding Powerlifter. He is one of only 10 men in the world to ever total over 2,300 pounds raw in competition. Stan holds the title as the Worlds Strongest Bodybuilder.

Stan studied Exercise Science at the University of Oregon and has been training high school, Collegiate, and Professional athletes for over 25 years. Stan conducts seminars all over the country for various sports and nutrition and training techniques. He has appeared in many magazines and writes for Muscular Development, Flex Magazine and Power Magazine.Stan is also a successful Entrepreneur having built three different start-up businesses into multi-million-dollar companies.

Show Notes:

Websites and Social Media Links

 

Website – stanefferding.com

Facebook – Stan Rhino Efferding

 

Twitter - @StanEfferding


Instagram – stanefferding

 

YouTube - stanefferding



Books Mentioned:

Vertical Diet 3.0

 

Stress for Success

 

Thinking Fast and Slow

 

Why Isn’t my Brain Working?

 

Discipline equals freedom

Podcast Mentioned:

THE VERTICAL DIET WITH STAN EFFERDING | PODCAST #2 | BRIAN SHAW

Video’s Mentioned: 

RHINO's RHANT #23 - "If you want to be healthy, don't compete"

Twice as Effective as Metformin!

People and Resources mentioned:

Jocko Willlink

Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson

Brian Shaw

Flex Wheeler

Mark Bell

Nick Best

Larry Wheels

Eric Trexler

MASS Subscription 

Nadia Wyatt

Charles Poliquin

Mike Israetel

Ed Coan

Mariusz Pudzianowski

Robert Oberst

Mikhail Koklyaev

Lane Johnson

Mark Rippetoe

Jordan Feigenbaum

Austin Baraki

NSCA-CSCS

Alan Aragon

Greg Nuckols

Becca Voigt-Miller

Ben Smith

Camille Leblanc-Bazinet

Dan Green

Jose Antonio

Datis  Kharrazian

 

Time-Line:

0:00 – 3:42 - Robbie intro’s the show and asks Stan introduce himself

3:43 – 6:02 - Robbie asks Stan what attracted him to strength and bodybuilding training?

6:03 – 18:18 - Robbie asks Stan about the principles that guide his training and life

18:19 – 25:18 - Robbie and Stan discuss minimum effective dose, sustainability, and remaining physically active throughout the day outside of the gym

25:19 – 42:59 - Robbie asks Stan about the genesis of the Vertical Diet

43:00 – 47:25 - Robbie asks Stan about Hafþór’s reaction to having to drop bodyweight when he started the vertical diet?

47:26 – 58:42 - Robbie asks Stan about Brian Shaw’s success on the vertical diet

58:43 – 1:06:18 - Robbie and Stan talk about eating strategies for different goals

1:06:19 – 1:07:56 - Robbie asks Stan how he manages eating out?

1:07:57 – 1:13:27 - Robbie and Stan discuss the impact of gut health on brain health and performance

1:13:28 – 1:17:01 Robbie asks Stan where people can find out more about him and his work

1:17:02 – 1:19:03 - Robbie wraps up the show!

#090 - Danny Mackey

#090 - Danny Mackey

January 17, 2020

Bio:

Danny Mackey is a former Hansons-Brooks runner, Olympic Trials qualifier and currently the Head Coach of the Brooks Beasts Track Club. The Brooks Beasts is a running team owned by one of the top clubs in the US dedicated to middle and long-distance runners. He has a Master’s degree in Exercise Physiology and Biomechanics, has experience working at Nike’s Sports Research Lab, and has coached Olympians and various collegiate athletes.

 

Show Notes:

Websites and Social Media Links

Website – Brooks Beast Track Club

Facebook – Brooks Beasts TC

Twitter - @BeastsTC

Instagram – brooksbeaststc

YouTube - brooksrunning

 

People and Resources mentioned:

Steve Magness

Dan Pfaff

Izaic Yorks

Josh Kerr

Sarah Bair

Time-Line:

0:00 – 1:43 - Robbie intro’s the show and asks Danny to introduce himself

1:44 – 10:30 - Robbie asks Danny about the training of elite middle-distance runners

10:31 – 19:25 - Robbie asks Danny about the importance of training general qualities with middle-distance athletes

19:26 – 20:33 - Robbie and Danny talk about his concurrent programming

20:34 – 26:15 - Robbie asks Danny about chronic overload and acute relieving syndrome

26:16 – 31:56 - Robbie asks Danny about nutrition and recovery big rocks with his athletes

31:57 – 37:56 - Robbie asks Danny about sleeps role with his athlete’s recovery

37:57 – 46:25 - Robbie asks Danny about the importance of manual therapy in the training of elite middle-distance runners

46:26 – 53:58 - Robbie asks how Danny plans out his teams annual training cycle

53:59 – 55:03 - Robbie asks Danny about how he organizes his weekly training cycles

55:04 - 57:36 - Robbie wraps up the show!

#089 - James Fitzgerald

#089 - James Fitzgerald

January 11, 2020

Bio:
The guy that paints the picture, James is the founder of OPEX (Formerly OPT) and The International Center for Fitness. When not coaching, he’s a full time husband, father and fitness athlete. His 20+ years of experience and service as a strength coach/technician, tireless practice on refining energy system work, nutritional and lifestyle balancing techniques and training of other coaches has made OPEX a sought after method of bringing fitness to a Higher Order.

James has found a desire and passion to understanding fitness through assessment, testing, research, programming and more. He has had many years experience as an athlete from early childhood into adulthood, from playing top level soccer, short and long distance running to CrossFit where he was crowned “The Fittest on Earth”, Winner of the 2007 CrossFit Games.


Websites and Social Media Links:

Website – OPEXfit.com

Facebook – OPEX Fitness

Twitter - @OPEXFitness

Instagram - opexfitness

YouTube – OPEX Fitness

Books mentioned:

Behave

 

Videos mentioned:

This Is Water - Full version-David Foster Wallace Commencement Speech

Resources and People mentioned:

OPEX CCP – Level 1

Mixed Modal Online Course

Gabor Maté

Rob Gronkowski

Andrew Luck

Terry Bradshaw

Chuck Noll

Robert Sapolsky

BrandX Method

iF3

Intelligent2

Peter Attia

David Foster Wallace

 

Timeline:

0:00 – 13:40 – Robbie intros the show and asks James for his thoughts on rehabbing the exercise addict? 

13:41 – 24:49 - Robbie ask James if he could provide a case study of rehabbing an exercise addict

24:50 – 31:50 - Robbie asks James about his life-changing injury

31:51 – 34:05 - Robbie ask James for his 2019 highlights

34:06 – 37:28 - Robbie ask James for his top books from 2019

37:29 – 38:27 - Robbie wraps up the show!

#088 - Jim Crowell 2019 Reflections

#088 - Jim Crowell 2019 Reflections

January 3, 2020

Bio:

Jim Crowell loves doing two things over all else…. Building businesses and mentoring coaches and business owners to enjoy inspiring, fulfilling, and successful careers. He attended Penn State University where he double majored in Finance and Economics. After graduation, Jim moved into the fast paced environment of a commodities trading hedge fund first in Columbus, OH and then in Austin, TX. After five years in the financial arena, Jim couldn’t ignore his heart anymore; he left finance in pursuit of fitness.

For the next four years he founded and successfully scaled multiple fitness facilities in Pittsburgh. He built his reputation around three main principles: hard work, progress, and fulfillment. Those ideas lead him to earn a Business Designation with honors from The Harvard Business School, as well as his MBA through the Kenan-Flagler Business School at The University of North Carolina (UNC) while concurrently working full time.

After his tenure in Pittsburgh, Jim was honored to join OPEX in sunny Scottsdale, AZ. His unique background helps him understand that every coach and business situation is different and needs to be treated with mindful strategy and relentless execution.


Websites and Social Media Links:

Website – OPEXfit.com

Facebook – OPEX Fitness

Twitter - @OPEXFitness

Instagram - opexfitness

YouTube – OPEX Fitness

Books mentioned:

Made to Stick


Jim’s Book Recommendations

The Happiness Hypothesis: Finding Modern Truth in Ancient Wisdom

Misbehaving: The Making of Behavioral Economics

The Intelligent Investor: The Definitive Book on Value Investing. A Book of Practical Counsel

Never Split the Difference: Negotiating As If Your Life Depended On It

Principles

What It Takes: Lessons in the Pursuit of Excellence

Podcasts Mentioned:

OPEX Podcast # 046 - The OPEX Gyms Personalized Fitness Model

OPEX Podcast # 055 - Iron and Mortar Summit

Resources and People mentioned:

OPEX CCP – Level 1

Big Dawgs

Mixed Modal

Programming Strength

Programming Movement

Precision Nutrition

James Fitzgerald

Keith Norris

Carl Hardwick

Megan Sweet

The Brand X Method

 

Time-Line:

0:00 – 11:20 - Robbie intro’s the show and asks Jim for his reflections of 2019 and his goals for OPEX in 2020

11:21 – 19:56 - Robbie asks Jim where the line is between simplifying a message versus dumbing down a message?

19:57 –  23:52 - Robbie asks Jim how he measures the impact OPEX is having on the fitness coaching profession?

23:53 – 28:59 - Robbie asks Jim if he felt he did a better job of “staying out of the weeds in 2019” and what are his personal goals for 2020?

29:00 – 29:52 - Robbie asks Jim for his top highlights of 2019

29:53 – 33:35 - Robbie asks Jim about the growth of OPEX gyms in 2019

33:36 – 35:45 - Robbie asks Jim for his top books of 2019

33:46 – 38:07 - Robbie asks Jim for his 2020 aspirations for OPEX

38:08 - 39:01 - Robbie wraps up the show!

#087 - Patrick McKeown

#087 - Patrick McKeown

December 20, 2019

Bio:

Patrick’s book, The Oxygen Advantage (published in fourteen languages) combines two pillars of breathing for sports. The first involves specially formulated breath hold exercises to delay lactic acid and fatigue. The second improves functional breathing for reduced breathlessness, improved motor control and functional movement. A summary of the science can be found on: http://oxygenadvantage.com/science/

To date, Patrick has worked with some of the top athletes in the world across a variety of sports including tennis, cycling, weight lifting, American Football, MMA and track and field

Show Notes:

Websites and Social Media Links

Website – buteykoclinic.com

Website - oxygenadvantage.com

Facebook – Buteyko Clinic International

Twitter - @Buteyko

Instagram – buteykoclinic

YouTube - Buteyko Clinic International



Books Mentioned:

The Oxygen Advantage 

Baby-led Weaning: Helping Your Baby To Love Good Food


Articles/ Research Mentioned:

Breathing control center neurons that promote arousal in mice

Repeated-sprint training in hypoxia induced by voluntary hypoventilation improves running repeated-sprint ability in rugby players

Triathlete Adapts to Breathing Restricted to the Nasal Passage Without loss in VO2max or vVO2max.

Competitive Runners Can Adapt To Nasal Breathing With Similar Peak Running Velocity And Lower Ventilation

Effect of hypercapnia on spleen-related haemoglobin increase during apnea

Transcutaneous carbon dioxide application accelerates muscle injury repair in rat models.

Transcutaneous carbon dioxide application with hydrogel prevents muscle atrophy in a rat sciatic nerve crush model

Podcast Mentioned:

Bulletproof Radio - How to Breathe Less to Do More with Patrick McKeown, King of Oxygen

The Mind Muscle Project 265 - Patrick Mckeown on Breathing for Increased Performance, Faster Recovery & Deeper Sleep

Video’s Mentioned: 

Anxiety, Panic Disorder, ​and Depression - Patrick McKeown

People and Resources mentioned:

Heart Math

Conor McGregor

John Kavanagh 

Dental Cosmos

Ray Peat

Pat Davidson

Dr. Kevin Boyd

Gill Rapley

Wim Hof

Prince William

Cate Middleton

Konstantin Buteyko

 

Time-Line:

0:00 – 4:11 - Robbie intro’s the show and asks Patrick about all his recent travels and what 2020 hold for him

4:12 – 7:01 - Robbie asks Patrick about sleeping positions for nasal breathing

7:02 – 12:11 - Robbie asks Patrick to explain the Blood Oxygen Level Test (BOLT) score

12:12 – 13:44 - Robbie asks Patrick about breathing and anxiety

13:44 – 28:59 - Robbie asks Patrick about nasal blockage and leakage

29:00 –  37:04 - Robbie asks Patrick about nasal breathing and exercise

37:05 – 45:25 - Robbie asks Patrick about the detriments of over breathing and excessive oxygen intake

45:26 – 46:55 - Robbie asks Patrick about erectile dysfunction and nitric oxide

46:56 – 51:31 - Robbie asks Patrick about breath-holding, spleen contractions and EPO production

51:32 – 1:01:16 - Robbie asks Patrick about CO2 tolerance and injury repair and they also discuss repeat sprint ability in hypoxia

1:01:17 – 1:05:40 - Robbie asks Patrick about Wim Hof’s work

1:05:41 – 1:13:16 - Robbie asks Patrick about nutrition, mastication and jaw development 

1:13:17 – 1:14:31 - Robbie asks Patrick if John Kavanagh ever contacted him about Conor McGregor’s breathing mechanics?

1:14:32 – 1:19:26 - Robbie asks Patrick when mouth breathing is appropriate and about breathe work for swimmers

1:19:27 – 1:23:28 -Robbie asks Patrick about nasal breathing and immunity

#086 - Greg Potter

#086 - Greg Potter

December 13, 2019

Bio:

Greg Potter is a health and performance consultant. He also works as Chief Scientific Officer for a digital health startup and is an international public speaker and science writer. Greg's PhD work at the University of Leeds on sleep, diet, and metabolic health was featured by the likes of the BBC World Service, the Washington Post, and Reuters. Greg has a BSc and an MSc in Exercise Physiology from Loughborough University, where he coached a sprinter to four gold medals at the European Championships. Greg has also worked with groups such as The United States Naval Special Warfare Command on health and performance optimisation.


Show Notes:

Websites and Social Media Links

Twitter - @GDMPotter

Instagram - gdmpotter

Podcast Mentioned:

ATSW - Episode 210: Greg Potter - Circadian Rhythm masterclass

OPEX Podcast #059 - Dr. Amy Bender PhD & Sleep Researcher

 

Videos Mentioned:

Nourish Vermont 2016 // Dr. Jack Kruse: How to Bio-Hack Your Zip Code for Optimal Health

Research and Articles Mentioned:

Sleep Strategies for Strength, Speed, and Size

Restricted feeding uncouples circadian oscillators in peripheral tissues from the central pacemaker in the suprachiasmatic nucleus

Circadian disruption: What do we actually mean?

High Caloric intake at breakfast vs. dinner differentially influences weight loss of overweight and obese women

Afternoon exercise is more efficacious than morning exercise at improving blood glucose levels in individuals with type 2 diabetes: a randomised crossover trial

Mice under Caloric Restriction Self-Impose a Temporal Restriction of Food Intake as Revealed by an Automated Feeder System

The Effects of Time Restricted Feeding on Overweight, Older Adults: A Pilot Study

Meal timing and composition influence ghrelin levels, appetite scores and weight loss maintenance in overweight and obese adults

Early Time-Restricted Feeding Improves Insulin Sensitivity, Blood Pressure, and Oxidative Stress Even without Weight Loss in Men with Prediabetes

Early Time-Restricted Feeding Improves 24-Hour Glucose Levels and Affects Markers of the Circadian Clock, Aging, and Autophagy in Humans

Glycemic control is impaired in the evening in prediabetes through multiple diurnal rhythms

Early Time‐Restricted Feeding Reduces Appetite and Increases Fat Oxidation But Does Not Affect Energy Expenditure in Humans

Reduction in Glycated Hemoglobin and Daily Insulin Dose Alongside Circadian Clock Upregulation in Patients With Type 2 Diabetes Consuming a Three-Meal Diet: A Randomized Clinical Trial

Carbohydrate-last meal pattern lowers postprandial glucose and insulin excursions in type 2 diabetes

Food Order Has a Significant Impact on Postprandial Glucose and Insulin Levels

An Orderly Way to Better Blood Sugar Regulation

People and Resources mentioned:

Dan Pardi

HumanOS.me

Loughborough University 

University of Leeds

Jack Kruse

Amy Bender

Time-Line:

0:00 – 3:10 - Robbie intro’s the show and asks Greg about his background

3:11 – 4:48 - Robbie asks Greg what is health?

4:49 – 16:30 - Robbie asks Greg to discuss all things circadian biology and chrononutrition

16:31 – 18:50 -Robbie asks Greg does melatonin impact insulin production and secretion?

18:50 – 27:14 - Robbie asks Greg about a.m. sunlight’s influence on melatonin onset and release

27:15 – 46:58 - Greg goes deep into chrononutrition

46:59 – 1:08:54 - Robbie asks Greg what strategies can people utilise to improve their circadian regulation via meal timing

1:08:55 – 1:13:23 - Robbie ask Greg is caloric content or meal size more important for circadian regulation?

1:13:24 – 1:16:09 - Robbie asks Greg where people can find out more about him and his work?

1:16:10 – 1:18:22 - Robbie wraps up the show!

#085 - Enda King

#085 - Enda King

December 6, 2019

Bio:

Enda King PhD MSc has over 15 years experience working as a Sports Physiotherapist with athletes and coaches across a spectrum of sports and disciplines. Currently, he is Head of Performance Rehabilitation with Sports Surgery Clinic, Dublin, Ireland.

Enda completed his BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy degree in Trinity College, Dublin and MSc Manipulative Therapy in Curtain University in 2009. Graduating with distinction Enda returned home and has focused his work in the Sports Surgery Clinic in Ireland around cutting edge methodology for hip and groin injury prevention and rehabilitation. In early 2019 he completed his PhD through the University of Roehamption in London exploring the influence of 3D Biomechanical analysis on outcomes after ACL reconstruction. Through his base at the renowned Sports Surgery Clinic, Dublin Enda combines his clinical and research work through the use of 3D biomechanics and high-level residential rehabilitation to optimize performance and an efficient recovery after injury. He has worked with athletes and consulted for teams across a wide variety of disciplines including rugby, soccer, AFL, NFL, UFC, boxing, jockeys and GAA. His greatest areas of expertise lies within hip and groin related, as well as knee / ACL rehabilitation, and he is committed to performing innovative research to develop robust methods for injury prevention and rehabilitation in elite sport. Enda has over 20 peer-reviewed publications and regularly travels to speak at international conferences on groin injuries, ACL Return To Play and Return To Performance After Injury. Enda also authored the hip and groin chapter in “Sports Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation”.

Show Notes:

Websites and Social Media Links


Website: enda-king.com

Website – sportssurgeryclinic.com

Facebook – Sports Surgery Clinic Santry

Twitter - @SSCSantry

Instagram – sscsantry

Books Mentioned:

Everything is Fucked


Podcast Mentioned:

Pacey Performance Podcast #166 - Enda King (Head of Performance at the Sports Surgery Clinic)

Physioedge Podcast #032 How to rehabilitate ACL Injuries with Enda King

Physioedge Podcast #034 Advanced ACL Rehabilitation with Enda King

Sigma Nutrition Radio #194: Daniel Davey – Applied Performance Nutrition for Team Field Sports

OPEX Podcast: #065 - Daniel Davey Head of Sports Performance Nutrition w/ Leinster Rugby, CEO of Foodflicker

People and Resources mentioned:

Martin Kennedy

Trinity College

Curtain University

University of Roehamption

EXOS

Raheem Sterling

Daniel Davey

Danny Lennon

David Pope

Ray Dalio

Al Vermeil

Jordan Peterson

Mark Manson

Pat Davidson

Lee Taft

Viktor Frankl 

 

Time-Line:

0:00 – 7:56 - Robbie intro’s the show and asks Enda to about his background

7:57 – 15:47 - Robbie asks Enda about the process of individualising rehabilitation

15:48 – 23:09 - Robbie asks Enda if he feels that there can be an over emphasis on the biomechanical model within rehab?

23:10 – 31:55 - Robbie asks Enda about building trust and sustainability in the rehab process

31:56 – 39:23 - Robbie asks Enda about how an injury can lead to a self-identity crisis?

49:24 – 45:43 - Robbie asks Enda how his role at the sports surgery clinic has led to him attaining a deep sense of meaning

45:44 – 47:11 Robbie wraps up the show!