(#257) Sue Falsone, author and performance training expert, joins the podcast this week for an in-depth discussion about her latest work. Sue Falsone is the Founder of Structure and Function Education and Falsone Consulting and she's a return guest on the podcast. She has an amazing background in Athletic Training, Physical Therapy, and Strength & Conditioning and now she’s the author of the amazing book “Bridging The Gap From Rehab To Performance.” Here's what you'll learn about this week:
- The highlight of her professional career
- What was the most challenging time in her career
- Looking back, is there anything she'd change?
- What role does she identify with the most?
- How she juggled the roles of clinician and strength & conditioning specialist
- What it means to "bridge the gap"and why she wrote the book?
- Who Sue says will benefit from her work the most
- How to get the most from the book - no matter your background
- Sue discusses her book writing process - how this book got done!
- Her secret to getting things done (what works for her)
- How her system was developed through the years
- The seminar that initiated the system
- The simple explanation of the "bridge the gap" system
- An fundamental understanding of the process (or continuum)
- Is there a most important part to this system?
- A detailed explanation of the "pain to performance" system
- What's most important to understand in the process?
- Can this approach be applied to the non-athlete?
- The truth about scientific evidence - and how to use it
- What can be cone better in the research world
- Understand the role of the nervous system in performance (good & bad)
- How she uses breathing and relaxation practices
- The 2 functions of the diaphragm muscle
- How she incorporates breathing exercises herself
- Thoughts about "the current state of physical therapy"
- The BIG action step after hearing this interview...
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