D.J. Murakami on Microdosing Psilocybin as a Training Supplement, and Coaching with Silence (#16)

https://youtu.be/ompxblGPMho D.J. Murakami (@strongcamps) breaks down some of the detailed findings of his Microdosing and Movement self-experiment using psilocybin, we talk about taboo approaches to healing injuries that seemingly go against the grain, and the power of talking less whilst allowing clients to discover more with their strength and movement journeys. D.J. Murakami is based … Continue reading D.J. Murakami on Microdosing Psilocybin as a Training Supplement, and Coaching with Silence (#16)

Dr. Jon Amato on Chris Weidman’s Leg Break, Prehab for Fighters, and Roughhousing (#15)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qgn5fbJ9UB0 Dr. Jon sheds light on the benefits of being a physio that lifts, what Chris Weidman's injury rehab journey will look like, principles for prehab work for combat sports athletes, and why roughhousing is important in the development of healthy children. Dr. Jon Amato is an experienced strength coach, BJJ purple belt, former teacher … Continue reading Dr. Jon Amato on Chris Weidman’s Leg Break, Prehab for Fighters, and Roughhousing (#15)

Robert Degle on Swapping Academia for BJJ, Language’s Role in Rolling and Why Strength Matters (#14)

https://youtu.be/rSEqffCKiTc Robert Degle is a BJJ brown belt under John Danaher, and also a coach now based in Singapore. Check out our engaging conversation around topics of how Rob swapped his academic path of philosophy for BJJ, why language plays such an important role in learning and coaching jiujitsu, and why being strong matters on … Continue reading Robert Degle on Swapping Academia for BJJ, Language’s Role in Rolling and Why Strength Matters (#14)

Joey Fritz on Training Your Brain Pre/Post-Impact, and Compassion Versus Violence (#13)

https://youtu.be/f3mLNeQaNlk Joey Fritz works with a host of professional strikers and mixed martial artists at Elevation Fight Team, Denver Colorado and received his MA in Sport and Performance Psychology from the University of Denver, Denver in June 2016.In his second MoveMind podcast appearance, we talk about; Cory Sandhagen's latest winning streak and what he and … Continue reading Joey Fritz on Training Your Brain Pre/Post-Impact, and Compassion Versus Violence (#13)

Brandon Harris on Preparing Suga Sean O’Malley, Applying Awareness and The Meathead-Manbun Continuum (#12)

https://youtu.be/r-mscPUDmn0 Brandon Harris is a strength and conditioning coach and co-owner of Premier Fitness Systems, in Scottsdale, Arizona. I've been following and paying attention to Brandon's coaching evolution over the last few years. I'm excited to share my conversation with him about preparing Suga Sean O'Malley for 3 UFC appearances, how his study of Zen … Continue reading Brandon Harris on Preparing Suga Sean O’Malley, Applying Awareness and The Meathead-Manbun Continuum (#12)

Josh Neumann on Coaching With Enthusiasm, The First 15 Minutes and Encouraging Flow States (#11)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NepSFJ04nA8 Josh Neumann is the head S&C coach at Essentials of Athletics, Vancouver, Canada. Josh is one of the most enthusiastic and fun S&C coaches I have ever trained under. Listen in as we talk about blending technical coaching with play, why the first fifteen minutes of the session should be dominated, and how to … Continue reading Josh Neumann on Coaching With Enthusiasm, The First 15 Minutes and Encouraging Flow States (#11)

Cian Lanigan on Smart Feedback Loops, Nootropic Recovery Shakes and Graded Training for Performance (#10)

https://youtu.be/XMy-VwzDPoM Cian Lanigan is a strength and conditioning coach and owner of Enhanced Performance, Vancouver, Canada. Whether you're a coach or looking to be smarter about structuring your training, my conversation with Cian is going to jumpstart your mind. We dive into the idea of creating feedback loops for improved learning, Cian's homemade nootropic recovery … Continue reading Cian Lanigan on Smart Feedback Loops, Nootropic Recovery Shakes and Graded Training for Performance (#10)

Joey Fritz on Mental Performance for Combat Sports, How to Enjoy Running, and Approach vs Avoid Mindsets (#9)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SZ0r6QKWIpo&feature=youtu.be ABOUT JOEY Joey works with a host of professional strikers and mixed martial artists at Elevation Fight Team, Denver Colorado and received his MA in Sport and Performance Psychology from the University of Denver, Denver in June 2016.Working with combat sports athletes, to snowboarders and even motorcycle racers, Joey took some time to chat … Continue reading Joey Fritz on Mental Performance for Combat Sports, How to Enjoy Running, and Approach vs Avoid Mindsets (#9)

Simonster on Mastering Your Own Bodyweight, Skills vs Strength and Simplifying Your Training Program (#8)

https://youtu.be/UopEK1b4BLw ABOUT SIMONSTER Simonster is a performer and coach, specialising in bodyweight strength training, based out of Melbourne, Australia.For anyone looking to get stronger by using their own bodyweight, listen in. I sat down with Simonster to understand more about what it takes to master your own bodyweight, how to train for new skills vs … Continue reading Simonster on Mastering Your Own Bodyweight, Skills vs Strength and Simplifying Your Training Program (#8)

Geoffrey Chiu on Bridging the Gap, the Power of the Grappling Mindset and Common Training Mistakes to Avoid (#7)

https://youtu.be/590BbToFauY Geoffrey Chiu is a Strength and Conditioning Coach, and martial artist based out of Vancouver, and London, England. Geoff explains what bridging the gap between S&C and combat sports really means, why the grappling mindset is so powerful when it comes to learning, and common training mistakes to avoid for combat sports athletes. This … Continue reading Geoffrey Chiu on Bridging the Gap, the Power of the Grappling Mindset and Common Training Mistakes to Avoid (#7)