Hpa Podcast With David Nolan

Sinopsis

Human performance advancement is a health and performance educational forum. Bringing you leading expert knowledge in areas of health, nutrition & performance

Episodios

  • Episode 104 - Dr. Stephan Behan: The Importance of Physical Literacy and Fundamental Movement Skills for Lifelong Health and Physical Activity Participation

    Episode 104 - Dr. Stephan Behan: The Importance of Physical Literacy and Fundamental Movement Skills for Lifelong Health and Physical Activity Participation

    13/04/2020 Duración: 01h05min

    In episode 104, David is joined by DCU researcher Dr. Stephan Behan. Stephen’s research is all about children’s physical activity. At the moment, Ireland is on track to become the most obese nation in Europe by the year 2030. There are lots of reasons why Ireland has come to this and you can see it all around you in everyday life. How many of us can say we don’t spend half our day staring at some form of screen or another? When we dig a little deeper, we can see that Irish children are spending less and less time being physically active. Stephen’s research is trying to stop this. The project, called Moving Well Being Well, aims to break the mould and intervene early in a child’s life to increase their physical activity levels. How can we do this? We want to focus on improving children’s confidence and motivation towards physical activity through developing their fundamental movement skills. Fundamental Movement Skills are basic skills, like running, jumping, catching, throwing, etc., and these are the foundat

  • Episode 103 - Hugh Gilmore: Athlete Identity, Coping with Anxiety  Uncertainty, Motivation vs. Commitment, Pragmatic Advice for Coaches Dealing with Stressed Athletes

    Episode 103 - Hugh Gilmore: Athlete Identity, Coping with Anxiety & Uncertainty, Motivation vs. Commitment, Pragmatic Advice for Coaches Dealing with Stressed Athletes

    06/04/2020 Duración: 01h05min

    In episode 103, David joined by applied sports psychologist Hugh Gilmore. Hugh holds an undergraduate degree in sports and exercise sciences and a masters in applied sports and exercise psychology. Hugh is also an accredited sports psychologist with the Irish Institute of Sport & BASES. David & Hugh discuss athlete identity, coping with anxiety & uncertainty, motivation vs. commitment, pragmatic advice for coaches dealing with stressed athletes.

  • Episode 102 - Conor ONeill - GAA Nutrition: Behaviour Change, Body Composition  the Realities of Building a Nutrition Coaching Business

    Episode 102 - Conor O'Neill - GAA Nutrition: Behaviour Change, Body Composition & the Realities of Building a Nutrition Coaching Business

    20/03/2020 Duración: 01h05min

    In this episode, David is joined by GAA performance nutritionist Conor O'Neill. Conor is the founder of Know Yourself Nutrition, an online nutrition coaching business working primarily with GAA players both at club and inter-county level.  David & Conor discuss common issues they see with GAA players, tips on behaviour change and reflect on some of the challenges with growing a coaching business.  Full show notes: www.synapseperformance.ie/podcasts/episode102

  • Episode 101 - Mark Germaine - Insights into GAA Performance Nutrition: Practical Advice for GAA Players

    Episode 101 - Mark Germaine - Insights into GAA Performance Nutrition: Practical Advice for GAA Players

    14/02/2020 Duración: 56min

    In episode 101, David is joined by performance nutritionist Mark Germaine.   Mark Germaine is a Performance Nutritionist (SENr) currently working with the Dublin Senior Hurling team, Dublin U20's football team, Dublin U20's hurlers and a number of elite professional boxers, in addition to his role as a researcher in the School of Health and Human Performance in Dublin City University. He completed his Masters degree in Sport Nutrition from Liverpool John Moores University, where he also picked up the Don MacLaren Award for the research he conducted during his time there. Finally, Mark is the co-chair for the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) Combat Sport Special Interest Group, who put out content as it relates to combat sport and weight cutting, and also host an annual meeting at the annual ACSM event in the USA. As such, Mark's interest lie in Performance Nutrition and developing nutritional strategies to augment athletic performance, improve athletic recovery, enhancing the adaptive response to

  • Episode 100 - What is Science? What Does it Mean to be Evidence-Based? ft. Alan Flanagan, John Kiely  Ciaran ORegan

    Episode 100 - What is Science? What Does it Mean to be Evidence-Based? ft. Alan Flanagan, John Kiely & Ciaran O'Regan

    05/02/2020 Duración: 01h25min

    In episode of the podcast, David is joined by Alan Flanagan, John Kiely & Ciaran O'Regan. The groups discusses the topic of meta-cognition; thinking about how we think. Topics include; what is science? what is knowledge? what does it mean to be evidence-based? how do we improve our critical thinking ability?

  • Episode 99 - Does Psychological  Emotional Stress Impact Adaptation to Exercise?

    Episode 99 - Does Psychological & Emotional Stress Impact Adaptation to Exercise?

    20/12/2019 Duración: 31min

    In episode 99, David answers a listener question on the topic of: Does Psychological & Emotional Stress Impact Adaptation to Exercise? You can contact the show and submit questions by emailing: david@synapseperformance.ie Full show notes available at: www.synapseperformance.ie/podcasts/episode99

  • Episode 98 - Luke Jenkinson - Early Specialisation  The Utilisation of Isometrics in SC

    Episode 98 - Luke Jenkinson - Early Specialisation & The Utilisation of Isometrics in S&C

    22/11/2019 Duración: 52min

    In this episode, David is joined by Luke Jenkinson. Luke is the current Head of Academy Sports Science & Medicine at Derby County FC, while also undertaking a professional doctorate at Liverpool John Moore's University. In this episode, David & Luke discuss the pros and cons of early specialisation, and the potential role of isometrics in applied S&C. For full show-notes: www.synapseperformance.ie/podcasts/episode98

  • Episode 97 - Sami Dowling  Shane Cahill - The Realities of Making It in the SC Industry

    Episode 97 - Sami Dowling & Shane Cahill - The Realities of "Making It" in the S&C Industry

    08/11/2019 Duración: 01h18min

    In episode 97, David is joined by Sami Dowling & Shane Cahill of APEC courses. Sami Dowling is the Director of Athletic Performance & Sports Science at Athletic Performance Education Company.  Sami brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the APEC education team. Working at the elite level of both rugby union and GAA, Sami has become a household name within the areas of speed development and the sport of Weightlifting. Sami was a Strength & Conditioning coach with Leinster Rugby Academy for 10 years, one of Europe’s top professional rugby Academy’s. Sami worked at the highest level in GAA, serving as Head Strength & Conditioning coach with the Dublin Senior Football team, winning an All-Ireland in 2011. Sami served as Performance Director for Weightlifting Ireland, having coached at the World Junior, European Junior, and European Senior. Sami is currently the Strength & Conditioning Coordinator at Hockey Ireland for the u16-u18 girls’ and boys’ national teams. Sami has recently compl

  • Episode 96 - Dr. Harry Dorrell - Using Velocity Based Loading to Optimize Adaptation to Resistance Training

    Episode 96 - Dr. Harry Dorrell - Using Velocity Based Loading to Optimize Adaptation to Resistance Training

    25/10/2019 Duración: 56min

    In episode 96, David is joined by Dr. Harry Dorrell.  Harry is a lecturer and researcher at the University of Lincoln, where his research focuses on the use of velocity based measures to dictate training loads in an attempt to optimize adaptation to resistance training. David & Harry discuss why velocity-based "loading" may be a more suitable term that velocity-based "training," how to practically apply velocity-based measures in a team setting and the future research direction of velocity-based training. Full show-notes available at: www.synapseperformance.ie/podcasts/episode96

  • Episode 95 - Dr. Oliver Barley - The Potential Applications of Heat Acclimation for Combat Sports Weight Cutting Strategies

    Episode 95 - Dr. Oliver Barley - The Potential Applications of Heat Acclimation for Combat Sports Weight Cutting Strategies

    10/10/2019 Duración: 01h07min

    In episode 95, David is joined by Dr. Oliver Barley. Dr. Barley is a lecturer and research at Edith Cowan University. Oliver's research interest are in the domain of exercise physiology, specifically combat sports. The focus of Oliver's PhD studies was in the area of weight cutting strategies in combat athletes. David & Oliver discuss heat acclimation and it's potential benefits for both performance and the weight cutting procedure.

  • Episode 94 - Broderick Chavez - Understanding the Tenants of Biology  the Importance of Blood Work

    Episode 94 - Broderick Chavez - Understanding the Tenants of Biology & the Importance of Blood Work

    03/10/2019 Duración: 01h12min

    In episode 94, David is joined by Broderick Chavez. Broderick Chavez is the Evil Genius. He’s a renowned trainer based in the US and has trained champions, Olympians and IFBB Pros as well as hundreds of other athletes.  He is a sports performance expert, biologist, chemist, coffee connoisseur and an insomniac. Not only has Broderick worked in Sports Performance field 30 years, he’s competed at a national level in bodybuilding, powerlifting and strongman. He’s a critical thinker, lifter, speaker and thought provoker. Broderick is uncensored and controversial. Rather than trying to prove to you or anyone else that he is the singular outlet for truth, he hopes to stimulate thought, experiment and dialogue that will bring us all closer to the truth. This is a guy to listen to if you coach athletes or you’re an athlete yourself, wanting to get to the top of their game. In this Episode, David & Broderick discuss why understanding the tenants of biology is crucial to effective programming & decision making. 

  • Episode 93 - Hugh Gilmore - Behaviour Change, Applied Sports Psychology Strategies  Bullshit in Psychology

    Episode 93 - Hugh Gilmore - Behaviour Change, Applied Sports Psychology Strategies & Bullshit in Psychology

    27/09/2019 Duración: 01h06min
  • The Functional Movement Screen? Does it have uses or is it pointless - Episode 92 ft. Andrew Patton  Arthur Lynch

    The Functional Movement Screen? Does it have uses or is it pointless - Episode 92 ft. Andrew Patton & Arthur Lynch

    20/09/2019 Duración: 55min

    In this episode of the podcast, Arthur Lynch moderates a debate between Synapse Performance's own David Nolan & Andrew Patton of Stronger By Science.  The pair debate whether there is any utility to the functional movement screen or whether it is a pointless exercise.   This is a valuable conversation for any applied practitioners in the strength and conditioning field.

  • How to Ensure You Get High Quality Data from Performance Testing - Episode 91 - Solo Podcast

    How to Ensure You Get High Quality Data from Performance Testing - Episode 91 - Solo Podcast

    13/09/2019 Duración: 31min

    In this episode of the Synapse Performance Podcast, David discusses all the key elements of performing high quality performance testing. As well as the common mistakes he regularly sees in performance testing procedures across multiple sports. 

  • A how to guide to becoming a SC coach and is SC over-emphasized in sport? - Episode 90

    A "how to" guide to becoming a S&C coach and is S&C over-emphasized in sport? - Episode 90

    30/08/2019 Duración: 31min

    In this solo episode, David gives advice for those wishing to begin or advance their career in strength and conditioning coaching.  David also discusses the importance of S&C in sports performance and what the key purposes of a solid S&C program are, and how to audit your own coaching practices.   

  • Children are Not Just Small Adults: Insights and Advice for Youth Coaching - Episode 89 ft. Shane Smith

    Children are Not Just Small Adults: Insights and Advice for Youth Coaching - Episode 89 ft. Shane Smith

    16/08/2019 Duración: 52min

    In this episode, David is joined by teacher and coach, Shane Smith.    Shane coaches right across the spectrum from underage to elite senior level. Shane's passion lies in the coaching of children and creating an environment that fosters development and life long sport participation.  In this episode, David & Shane discuss how to effectively coach children, some of the pitfalls coaches fall into when working in youth sport and how we can all reflect on our own coaching practices. For full show notes see: www.synapseperformance.ie/podcasts/episode89

  • Coaching UFC Fighters and Other Elite Athletes Online - Episode 88 - Dan Garner

    Coaching UFC Fighters and Other Elite Athletes Online - Episode 88 - Dan Garner

    01/08/2019 Duración: 49min

    In this episode, David is joined by Dan Garner. Dan is a S&C coach, performance nutritionist, and educator. Dan works with UFC fighters and other elite athletes through his online business. In this episode, David and Dan discuss:  Laboratory Based Nutrition Prioritizing Athlete Health & Effective Remote Coaching of Elite Athletes Full show notes can be found at: www.synapseperformance.ie/podcasts/episode88

  • Steroids in GAA  Rugby, Advice for young SC coaches, Assumptions  more.. Listener QA Episode

    Steroids in GAA & Rugby, Advice for young S&C coaches, Assumptions & more.. Listener Q&A Episode

    26/07/2019 Duración: 35min

    In this episode, David answers questions submitted by Listeners through social media.  These questions covered the topics of;  Steroids in GAA & Rugby, Advice for Young S&C Coaches, Recovery Methods for Team Sports, The Problem with Assumptions.

  • Optimizing Performance for Boxing: A Detailed Discussion of SC for the Sport of Boxing - Episode 86 - Dr. Alan Ruddock

    Optimizing Performance for Boxing: A Detailed Discussion of S&C for the Sport of Boxing - Episode 86 - Dr. Alan Ruddock

    28/06/2019 Duración: 01h02min

    In this episode, David is joined by Dr. Alan Ruddock.  Alan is a physiologist at Sheffield Hallam University with a wealth of experience in sport science. He has has worked with a range of individual athletes and teams, including FIFA World Cup referee Howard Webb and Commonwealth games medalists England Table Tennis. Alan has worked extensively within Boxing at the highest level, having a huge influence on Kid Galahad’s British, Commonwealth and European Title wins and most recently Kell Brook’s IBF welterweight world title victory. Alan is a BASES accredited sport & exercise scientist, doctoral researcher and one of the UK’s first chartered scientists in sport science.  In this episode, David & Alan have an in-depth discussion around strength and conditioning for the sport of boxing.

  • Questions You Want Answered! - Episode 85 - Listener QA

    Questions You Want Answered! - Episode 85 - Listener Q&A

    21/06/2019 Duración: 33min

    In this solo episode, David answers questions submitted by listeners through social media.   

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