Conditioning The Professional Rugby Player with Adam Trypas

August 30, 2010

A fantastic interview with Adam Trypas, the Strength and Conditioning Coach for Toyota Industries Professional Japanese Rugby Team. Discover how Adam helped take this team into the highest professionally ranked rugby division and substantially reduced chronic injuries of players. Discover the secrets of increasing durability, strength and performance in the professional athlete. Adam is a wealth of information. Keep an eye on Adam, he is making a name for himself as one of the top ranked S&C Coaches in the industry.


The ‘Best Me Ever’ with Geralyn Coopersmith

August 27, 2010

Geralyn Coopersmith talks with Perry Nickelston, DC, SFMA about her Fit Female Blog and fitness book for women the 'The Best Me Ever.' Geralyn is the National Director of Equinox Fitness Training Institute which educates all the trainers in nationwide Equinox Clubs. She is a trained exercise physiologist, she holds a masters degree in exercise physiology from Columbia University, as well as six fitness certifications. So as you can tell, she is wicked smart! She is a contributing reporter and editorial advisor for and a member of the advisory board for Health Magazine. Geralyn is frequently featured in national magazines and newpapers, including: Health, Women's Health, Fitness, US Weekly, People, Self, Fit Pregnancy, Marie Claire, Family Circle, Seventeen, Cosmopolitan, Redbook, The New York Post, Newsday and many others.

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Sports Performance with Coach Frank Dolan

August 21, 2010

Strength and Conditioning Specialist and Performance Coach Frank Dolan is the co-founder of All Sports and Fitness Health Club in West Islip, as well as the President of Sports and Fitness Performance, a company dedicated to helping people achieve their sports and fitness goals through cutting edge training methods. He has consulted with several collegiate and high school sports programs, and has been a popular guest lecturer at St. John’s University, where he presents fitness training concepts as a tool for optimal performance in work and sport.

Dr. Perry talks with Frank about dynamic movements, program design, working with athletes in groups, mobility and stability principles, recovery and regeneration, and tons more....awesome podcast. Coach Frank knows his stuff!!

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Top 3 From Japan with Chad

August 21, 2010

Chad Skrederstu from Sand, Snow and Street talks with Dr. Perry about the Top 3 things he learned in Japan that can be applied to a successful fitness professional business. Part of Chad's around the world 3sg Project of learning and discovering how the world's fitness professionals train. Very cool will learn a lot. More to come with Chad in future adventures.

Check him out on his website at: (Note: Due to the over seas call, there are spots in the podcast that are lower in volume) But you can still hear everything. Soak up the knowledge and learn from the Japanese. Oh what could the 3 things be???


One on One with Carson Boddicker

August 19, 2010

Performance expert Carson Boddicker doing his thing on the foot and ankle in regards to movement and sports performance. Carson is scary smart when it comes to the mechanics of the foot! Awesome podcast talking about ankle mobility, barefoot running, and a ton of kinetic chain information. Open up your brain and really listen...there are so many gems in here that this is a must listen to again. Might want to get out that pen and paper too. Contact Carson and learn tons more on his website and one of my favorites:


Athletic Development with David Lasnier

August 17, 2010

Perry Nickelston, DC, SFMA interviews David Lasnier on all sorts of cool topics from Inner Core, shoulder movements, recovery and regeneration, injury prevention and single leg training just to name a few. Check out more from David on his website at


One on One with Coach Dos

August 15, 2010

Dr. Perry Nickelston, DC, SFMA of Stop Chasing Pain interviews Coach Robert Dos Remedios about Cardio Strength and Power. Need I say more? Great talk about the program and where the awesome slogan of 'Do Work' came from. Enjoy. Miss this one and you are just plain NUTS!!

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Earn The Right To Train with Dr. Mark Cheng

August 13, 2010

Perry Nickelston, DC, SFMA interviews Dr. Mark Cheng about earning the right to train and the line between corrective and conditioning exercises. Dr. Cheng is one of the most prolific and sought after professionals on fitness, health, training, acupuncture, martial arts and movement conditioning. A martial arts master and a healer with traditional chinese medicine, Dr. Cheng is a dear friend and mentor. Sit back and soak it all in folks! Dr. Cheng is the man...Learn more at his blogsite. Sign up and get access to his teachings every week. I DO!


Train Like An Athlete with Nick Grantham

August 11, 2010

Perry Nickelston, DC, SFMA interviews Strength Coach Nick Grantham about how to train like an athlete. Discover his techniques for training the general population with fitness programs of elite athletes. Great conversation about training, program design and his Mentorship Program. See how they do things in the UK! Nick is a specialist in athletic preparation and has helped athletes at all levels achieve their personal goals and ambitions. Nick has worked in high performance sport for more than 10 years and has extensive experience of long term athlete development. As lead strength and conditioning coach to National Governing Body’s and Home Institutes Nick has been responsible for the management, development and delivery of integrated physical preparation strategies for a wide range of sports. Visit him at


Fitness Excellence with Michael Seril

August 7, 2010

Perry Nickelston, DC, SFMA interviews Michael Seril of Michael Seril Fitness. Michael talks about fitness success via his Community Service Paradigm. He is a nationally recognized and influential figure in the world of fitness and exercise. He holds a Bachelors and Masters degree in Kinesiology – Exercise Science and Exercise Physiology from California State University – Northridge (CSUN). He is a former instructor of Weight Training and Fitness for Life courses at the CSUN department of Kinesiology. He is also a Certified Personal Trainer by two of the most respected and prestigious fitness organizations in the world, the National Strength & Conditioning Association (NSCA) and the American Council on Exercise (ACE). 2010 Jefferson Award Recipient for his community service leadership in founding the Excellence Through Exercise Foundation for kids.

Michael is the owner of Michael Seril Fitness, Inc. and the Founder of the Excellence Through Exercise Foundation. He is an Advisory Board member for Get America Fit Foundation, Maximum Fitness magazine and Rio Hondo Community College Fitness Certificate Program. Michael was acclaimed with the 2006 Personal Trainer of the Year by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). In, 2007, Michael received the Community Leadership Award from the President’s Council on Physical Fitness & Sports. Learn more at: