Dr. Perry spends an incredible hour talking with Dr. Mike Voight and Lance Gill about movement, the brain, nervous system, corrective exercise programming, rotational athletes, assessments and tons of other brain candy moments. Strap in your brain for one hell of a ride. It's gonna be a fun one. Hit the replay but a lot and share with the world! Don't miss it.
Dr. Perry talks with Brett and Phil about Indian Clubs and the value they bring to training. History, application, practice, training, etc. They discuss the Indian Club workshop they teach with Dr. Ed Thomas. Seatbelt your brain and hold on for the ride. Indian clubs rock. I have been using them for years! Let's go...
Dr. Perry goes on on on with the Iron Tamer David Whitley talking about his new book 'Taming the Bent Press' available here
Dr. Perry talks with Sue Falsone about her new DVD on the shoulder. Sue was on our podcast over year ago talking about the thoracic spine and now she is back! Lucky for us. We have an awesome conversation about dry needling, assessment techniques and rehab. My voice sounds a bit different since I was on the tail end of laryngitis, but it's still a rocking episode. lol
Sue has had extensive experience working with overhead athletes, having worked as the head athletic trainer of the Major League Baseball team, the L.A. Dodgers, for six years and at Athlete’s Performance (now EXOS) for thirteen years.
Sue is the owner of her consulting company, S&F, teaching healthcare clinicians the skills they need to get better results with their clients. She is the Head of Athletic Training and Sport Performance with the US men’s national soccer team, and sits on the board of various sports organizations.
In her lecture, The Shoulder: Implications for the Overhead Athlete and Beyond, she helps professionals working with athletes, clients and patients to ease shoulder aches and pains and help prevent crippling injury.
Dr. Perry talks with Josh Hillis about his new book Fat Loss Happens on Monday. Learn some really great strategies to help with your fat loss journey. A powerful one hour episode that is tons of fun. You will laugh, smile, and learn. What's better than that? Check out Josh on his website below. Enjoy...
Dr. Perry talks with the awesome Dan Edwardes from Parkour Generations about the role Parkour plays in movement, training and lifestyle. A jam packed hour tracing the history of Parkour and how it can change your life. Don't miss this one.
Dr. Perry talks with the phenomenal Stacey Lei Krauss of the willPower Method. Stacey talks about origins of the training method, barefoot impact on the core, and how movement combined with emotion is life changing. One of my favorite episodes. Don't miss this one.
Dr. Perry talks with Paul Mcllory about all things strength. Paul is the owner of the iconic Centaur Gym in Belfast.
Over a very short period of time he has built an international reputation as the ‘go to’ man for outstandingly effective and intelligent program design. He has become “the coach behind the coaches” in recent years, with masters the world over benefiting from his unique approach to program design. Paul is the founder and creator of The Amazing 12 Week Physique Program, a body transformation program whose holistic result’s in both aesthetics and strength, within 12 weeks or less, remain unmatched the world over! Real bodies – Real People
Dr. Perry talks with Todd Hargrove about his book 'A Guide to Better Movement' and the role movement plays in pain. We talk about the brain and how it relates to pain and movement. Todd has a fascinating story of how he changed careers from a lawyer to become a bodyworker and he discusses his journey into healing. Don't miss this one. One of my favorite books!