Recently I was invited and interviewed on the Born to Kick Arse podcast with Matthew Thomasi.
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1:30 Introducing Brad Beer
2:12 How do you manage your time and juggle all your projects
5:27 Was Triathlon the main sport you participated in growing up?
8:59 At this point in your life had you started your studies in Physiotherapy and exercise science?
10:01 After your crash were you athletic at all or did you put your athletic career on the backburner?
11:48 Were you trying to diagnose and heal yourself through what you were learning in Uni
13:44 What was your recovery like after surgery? Did it take a long time to get back on our feet?
16:20 Launch of POGO Physio
17:31 As a Physiotherapist – did you specialise in running injuries?
20:20 Running and the injuries it can cause
23:10 Diagnosis determining prognosis
27:10 Understanding and discovering the running body
27:40 Running with great technique
29:24 Hip strengthening exercise
31:19 Core stability and hip stability – the differences
36:08 3 phases – muscle activation, muscle strengthening and muscle endurance
40:35 Pelvic tilt
46:07 Understanding your running body
51:30 Foam roller – how beneficial is it?
54:14 Graston technique and what is it?
56:12 Hip down foot up approach
59:00 Barefoot running
1:00:50 Shockwave therapy
1:02:25 How important is diet to injury prevention and recovery?
1:03:39 How do you define success?
1:05:07 Giving advice to a young you – what would you tell him?
1:06:10 Recommend a book other than your own
1:07:40 Where can people find you?
1:10:30 With the guests that you have interviewed is there a common theme?