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Episode: 128

In this episode, Dillon discusses foam rolling. It has been a hot trend in fitness the past few years and as you head into the New Year you may be wondering, should you be foam rolling? Does foam rolling break down scar tissue? Does foam rolling improve performance? Should you use foam rolling before or after a workout? These questions and much more answered on this episode!

Episode: 127

In this episode, Dillon sits down with worldwide expert Dr. John Rusin to discuss the 10 commandments of injury prevention. We dive into the importance of perfecting your warm-up, the pendulum swings and dogmatic approaches we see in the fitness industry, the importance of the core and how to train it safely and effectively, the most forgotten movement pattern, and ends with an amazing takeaway from Dr. Rusin.

Episode: 126

In this episode, Dillon sits down with worldwide expert Dr. John Rusin to discuss everything related to pain free performance training. In this episode we discuss Dr. Rusin's path to creating the pain free performance specialist certification. We also discuss why there is so much burnout keeping people from engaging in fitness.

Episode: 125

In this episode, Dillon sits down with Dr. Sherif Elnaggar to discuss everything about the balance system and how to improve each component. We look to answer; What systems work together to provide balance? What does the term postural control mean? How do you improve the visual, vestibular, and somatosensory system? What roles does muscular strength and power play? These and much more answered on this episode!

Episode: 124

In this episode, Dillon sits down with the authors, Bryan and Tim of Movers & Mentors: Leaders in Movement Science Share Tips, Tactics, and Stories. Tim and Bryan spent the last 2 years interviewing experts in the field such as; Gray Cook, Stephania Bell, David Butler, Mike Reinold, Jeff Moore, Peter O'Sullivan, Tim Flynn, Shante Cofield, just to name a few!!! In this episode they discuss; what patterns or lessons did you learn from interviewing over 75 experts in the field? What failures have you embraced and learned from? How do you become re-centered and focused after feeling overwhelmed? These questions are answered and much more on this episode!ย 

Episode: 123

In this episode, Dillon keeps the conversation going with ACL Rehab expert Mick Hughes on non-operative vs operative ACL solutions. In this episode we look to discuss and answer; What would you like to add to the coper classification? Whatโ€™s the return to sport timeline without surgery? Can you get back to elite sports with an ACL deficient knees? Can the ACL spontaneously heal? What role does the soleus play in ACL injury prevention and/or the Rehab process? And a further side discussion on the soleus, Do you need to have the knee bent to target the soleus? ย ย These questions are answered and much more on this episode!ย 

Episode: 122

In this episode, Dillon sits down with Rehab expert Mick Hughes to discuss if surgery is the only option in treatment after an ACL tear. The conversation is incredible and split up into a 2 part series. In part 1 we look to answer, is ACL reconstruction needed or can you cope without reconstruction and return back to full function without surgery? What classifies someone as a coper vs non-coper? Can Non-copers become copers and vice versa? What are the considerations of determining if you should get ACL reconstruction surgery or not? These questions answered and much more on this episode!ย 

Episode: 121

In this episode, Dillon sits down with Jasper De Coninck looking to change the lens through which you see knee valgus or the knees caving in during movement. The glutes are typically pinned as the cause, the solution becomes training the glute medius. We have a special guest on the show today to help show us that there is more to the story than the glutes! We look to answer;is knee valgus dangerous or just part of human movement? If glute medius weakness is not the culprit then what else could it be? Should we actually be training into knee valgus to help prevent knee injuries? These questions answered and much more on this episode!

Episode: 120

In this episode, Dillon sits down with Marcus Filly to discuss the creation of functional bodybuilding! In this episode we look to answer; What is the difference between optimization and survival systems in training and business? What is functional bodybuilding? Does your metabolism slow due to age? These and so many more questions answered in this episode!