POWER ATHLETE RADIO – EPISODE 29

Kelly Starrett and John Welbourn smash Denny's show outline to bits, and go full throttle on performance based movement.  Where has Kelly been, who has he worked with, what has he seen?  Find out about the "blueprint of athletic performance" as John and Kelly mind meld in this 90 minute edition of Power Athlete Radio!

Show Timeline

  • 0:00 Intro and opening, posture, position, mobility, knowledge bombs
  • 1:27:14 Closing
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Show Notes

For those who don't know, Kelly Starrett is a coach, physical therapist, author, speaker, and creator of MobilityWOD.  His book Becoming a Suppler Leopord is available for purchase online, and is a must have for anyone who finds themselves moving regularly!

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Luke has been training athletes in CrossFit, Weightlifting, and Olympic Lifting since 2007. He spent 6 years pushing pencils in “Corporate America,” spending 3 of those years moonlighting as a Strength & Conditioning Coach before and after work. Luke was an athlete his whole life and played multiple sports, but his primary focus was football.He played up through college until a neck injury forced him to hang it up. He travels with the CrossFit Football staff and has coaches a variety of athletes from amateur to professional levels in football, baseball, and track.
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4 Responses to POWER ATHLETE RADIO – EPISODE 29

  1. Steve S.

    One question – in the beginning of this episode, John and Kelly talk about knee position and the huge increase of the ACL injuries in girls and boys in the US because of the toes out/knees in athletic positions.

    Could this also be contributing to the large number of ACL injuries in the NFL this year? 38 so far this year.

    Any opinion what’s causing this?

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  3. Kevin D

    What I love about this programming (or at least the comments and podcast) is the reinforcement of form first. I think that just over the history of the podcasts and as a listener having that experienced voice (John) has changed my perception or realization of what it is I hope to accomplish. I was the one *trying* to lift AHAP without consideration for rest (more so than diet for me). Cutting back my Sat WOD and focusing on form have brought better results with time in terms of strength and mobility. This episode hit that topic dead nuts.

  4. Scott Brafford

    Love it. I make my kids do sprints too. I also got a few cheap/light medicine balls and have them move them from point A to point B. They love it, I love it, and it gives me time to have an actual conversation.

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