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  • Dr. Fergus Connolly – 59 Lessons From Elite Athletes And Coaches February 6, 2019
    (#274) Dr. Fergus Connolly is the world’s leading sports scientist. He has authored 2 books, Game Changer and the new book, 59 Lessons. I’m extremely honored and humbled to have Dr. Connolly return to the show to discuss his latest work...
    Joes Barbell
  • Pavel Macek – How To Become Resilient, Strong, And Your Best Self February 1, 2019
    (#273) Pavel Macek, Master StrongFirst Instructor and founder and chief instructor of KB5 Gym, is this week’s podcast guest where we had a fantastic chat about training principles and unconventional methods to become resilient, strong, and your best self. Pavel...
    Joes Barbell
  • Sara Hendershot – How An Athlete Went From Broken And Overtrained To Strong And Resilient January 23, 2019
    (#272) The guest this week is Sara Hendershot, a two-time World Champion rower and 2012 Olympic athlete. In this session, Sara shares her fascinating story of overcoming chronic injuries to become strong and resilient by focusing on strength and movement. She covers...
    Joes Barbell
  • Erwan Le Corre – The Practice of Natural Movement January 16, 2019
    (#271) Erwan Le Corre, the creator of MovNat and author of the NEW book The Practice of Natural Movement, is the amazing guest this week on the podcast. Erwan Le Corre is the founder of “MovNat”, a synthesis of his...
    Joes Barbell
  • E71 | American Open Recap January 9, 2019
    Phil and Joe talk through some highlights of the recent American Open and continue the debate over the relevance of team competition at national level events. For information on the meets, special events, or details on becoming an official ECG...
    Joes Barbell
  • Josh Henkin – How To Use The Ultimate Sandbag To Improve Strength And Human Movement January 9, 2019
    (#270) Josh Henkin returns to the podcast to share a comprehensive “masterclass” about the benefits and uses of ultimate sandbag training. Josh Henkin is a CSCS with decades of experience. He is one of the most respected names in fitness...
    Joes Barbell
  • Year End Wrap-Up (7 Lessons From 2018) December 31, 2018
    (#269) In the final episode of 2018, I’ll share 7 key lessons as I look back and reflect on the past year. These “life lessons” are the big things that came to my mind as sat down to review the...
    Joes Barbell
  • The 1-Page Strength Plan (Your Focused Strategy For The Next 3-6 Months) December 21, 2018
    (#268) Listen to this week’s session to learn how to easily and effectively plan your strength, health, or performance goals for the next 3 to 6 months with the 1-page strength plan. I’ll share the 7 key questions you need...
    Joes Barbell
  • E70 | The 12 Gifts Of Rehab December 19, 2018
    What can two Weightlifters learn from an injury and an infatuation with hunting that can help your training?  Find out as Phil and Joe discuss the 12 gifts that rebab and time in the woods have given their lifting. http://media.blubrry.com/docandjock/content.blubrry.com/docandjock/EDWL71_mixdown.mp3...
    Joes Barbell
  • Trouble With Overhead Motion? A Look At Anatomical Variation In The Shoulder December 14, 2018
    This article is for your background information only and should NOT be considered diagnostic or medical advice in any way whatsoever. This article is purely educational about the anatomical differences in the human body. Trouble with overhead motion? Is the...
    Joes Barbell

2 comments

  1. You guys are awesome!
    I am a Nurse Practitioner, CF level 1, currently training my ass off in rural Arkansas. I met Dr. Danny at a CF mobility seminar in Chicago last year. I liked him right away because he backed his practice with research.
    Your podcast is incredibly informative. I share the information daily with my patients and my fellow CF cohorts.
    I like being able to share the science behind movement, rest and recovery.
    I tell everyone: I learned it on Doc and Jocks podcast and you should too!
    You guys make my late night drives home from work tolerable and at times I find myself laughing out loud.
    Keep it up so we can keep listening, learning and laughing!
    Thanks guys.
    E

  2. Coach Joe says:

    I am embarrassed to say I finally stumbled upon this section of the website and your review! Thanks for your support Elizabeth!

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