Clinically Pressed Podcast Episode 38
Had the opportunity to sit down with Joel and Kyle of Clinically Pressed and answer their questions.
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From the Clinically Pressed website, here the notes from the show:
0:00- Episode introduction and check out Paragon Nutrition for some of the most effective and well done supplements on the market. Use code “CP15” for 15% off at check out.
1:26-CP Intro Video: Courtesy of Justin Joy of “Elder Pine Media” Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
2:04-Welcome Sean Gallagher DC of Gallagher Performance and the connection to Palmer College.
3:38-The sports injury department at Palmer and it being one of the only in the country.
6:00-Dr. Juehring of Palmer and his clinical experience along with his athletic background make him one of the hidden gems in the industry.
7:45-NASM-PES (Performance Enhancement Specialist)
9:37-Sean as a high level hockey player (Ohio University) and also dabbling into strongman.
13:16-”Your body is your business card.”
15:45-How has your own training evolved as you’ve progressed?
16:15-Jaromir Jagr Autobiography
17:39-2500 bodyweight squats a day?
21:52-Being able to relate to your athletes based on the fact that you have done it yourself and have that credibility.
23:15-How does your work day break down? Treating patients vs. training athletes.
26:00-Utilizing social media for the business.
27:02-Joel’s attempt at jumping higher by doing an infinite amount of calf raises. And with that, what is Sean’s go to for information?
–James Smith: ‘best training mind’ and Elite FTS Website: Athletes Consulting
35:40-It can be really hard to get good information out in a world of quick hitting and eye grabbing content.
36:01-How do you incorporate Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS) into your work?
36:52-Meeting people where they are at.
40:41-Sometimes the only limitation in exercise is creativity. Dr. Joel Seedman, Advanced Human Performance.
42:53-You have to watch the cues you throw at everyone it can get over complicated without even meaning to.
45:14-”I’m not after perfect, I’m after better.”
45:35-You can fool the nervous system into thinking you’re feeling better even if it isn’t completely true. Substantial change in the body isn’t made by one input. They must be repeated.
50:08-The power of external cues and how powerful they can be.
The Clinically Pressed Questions
58:18-What is your most influential purchase for $100 or less?
1:01.12-What is something you believe that others may not?
-The effort you put in is ultimately going to be fruitful. Don’t give up too quickly.
1:06.06-What is something you specialize in that makes the complicated simple?
-The “Basics” have stood the test of time for a reason. Nothing is more sport specific than sports practice.
1:10.18-Three take home tips.
Changing function is a daily task.
It’s not easy.
Have fun with what you’re doing. You want sustainability.
1:15.56-Where can people find you?
Facebook: Gallagher Performance
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