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Audio for Your Learning Pleasure

by on Oct 6th, 2010

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Recently I’ve taken to listening to podcasts while out on the trails to both make the time more beneficial to me and also to slow me down to allow me to actually recover between harder sessions.  Here are a few I’ve listened to over the weeks that are well worth a listen.

1.  Anthony Renna interviews Lee Burton, who covers some of the commonly asked FMS questions.  While nothing groundbreaking for those who have been around, it’s still good, simple explanations worth having in your back pocket that will, at minimum, make communicating why you do what you do a little easier.  Listen here.

2.  Greg Rose discusses some of the nuances of training golfers for maximal performance.  Contrary to most assumptions, golfers need to train outside the range and course for maximum benefit.  Rose talks about the need for power development, why golfers should have big vertical jumps, and that golfers should learn to play ping pong.  Listen here.

3.  Willem Kramer discusses some of the finer points of using manual therapy including how to monitor effectiveness, why stress matters, and also what we’re not learning in school.  Despite having done the interview myself and listening to it several times during editing, I still learn something everytime I hear it.  Enjoy.


Carson Boddicker

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