E78| Kelly Starrett & How To Be A Better Human
Kelly Starrett Episode 78
How To Be A Better Human
Dr. Kelly Starrett is the author of the The New York Times bestsellers Becoming A Supple Leopard and Ready to Run, which have revolutionized how coaches, athletes and every day humans approach performance as it relates to movement, mechanics, and the actualization of human and athletic potential. Kelly is also the co-founder of San Francisco Crossfit and MobilityWOD.com, where he shares his innovative approach to movement, mechanics, and mobility with millions of coaches and athletes around the world.
Kelly travels the world teaching his wildly popular Movement & Mobility Course and also works with elite Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard forces, athletes from the NFL, NBA, NHL, MLB, and national and world ranked strength and power athletes. He also consults with Olympic teams and universities and is a featured speaker at strength and conditioning conferences nationwide. Kelly’s work is not limited to coaches and athletes – he applies his methods to children, desk jockeys, and anyone dealing with injury and chronic pain. Kelly believes every human being should know how to move and be able to perform basic maintenance on themselves.
Episode at a Glance
HE’S BACK! Our good buddy Dr. Kelly Starrett jumps back into the conversation on Episode 78. This time KStar clues us into all the information behind his new book Deskbound.
This conversation is probably one of the most intense, honest pieces we have ever done. You’ll probably need to listen to it more than once because we get into a wide array of subjects like: the future of physio’s, why the universe is fat (and how to fix it) and how to deal with a culture that is based on sitting…and that’s about 10% of it. You gotta check this one out and if you have a question PLEASE leave it in the form of a iTunes review. Kelly will be answering the best questions on our next Friday short.
Quick Show Guide
Right now the physio’s have their head up their asses. Find out why KStar thinks that phyio’s need to catch-up with what’s going on in the real strength and conditioning world.
If you are a coach listen here to learn how to connect the dots between incomplete mechanics, pain and injury.
So why write Deskbound? What’s the need for a book about moving better in the traditional work space?
As a coach, how do you safely challenge the positions your athletes are in to find out what their “mobility weaknesses are”?
Kelly’s Rant On Apologetics
Why did Kelly write Deskbound? It doesn’t seem like it’s actually for corporate America, but someone else? Is this true?
Has technology permanently relegated movement to being something that we only do as a means of exercise? How do we make movement more important and out do the natural tendency to be sedintary.
The facts are in standing at the office increases performance as well overall health, so why isn’t everyone standing at work?
I am a desk jockey, what should I be doing to combat this? Find out what KStar thinks.
How does KStar keep his kids involved in the MobilityWOD/SFCF business?
Do we need to be training our coaches to be better people?
Post Comments about this episode, potential topics, suggestions for interviews and questions to the Doc and Jock Website, facebook page, and twitter account. Also be sure to reach out to Dr. Danny and Coach Joe at their personal social media accounts listed below in the show sponsor section.
Also, please check out these links to the articles and content creators mentioned during our conversation.
More About Deskbound: http://www.mobilitywod.com/deskbound/
Mobility WOD: http://mobilitywod.com
More on the Show Sponsors
Mobility WOD – The ultimate guide to resolving pain, preventing injury, and optimizing athletic performance. www.mobilitywod.com
Doc and Jock would like to thank official Show Sponsor Mobility WOD for their support. Please gang head over to www.mobilitywod.com for all you mobility needs where you will find the latest MWOD products, episodes, upcoming seminars, daily MWODS, help finding a provider and the subscription services Mobility WOD Pro. Mobility WOD PRO is a perfect resource for any coach looking to up their positional knowledge base and infect their community with true suppleness!
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Performa Sleep has developed what they believe to be the perfect mattress for athletes. Their athlete – specific sleep technology is a three layer mattress designed to ease muscle tension, boost recovery, and sooth hard working bodies. Head over to their webpage to read learn more about their CopperCool technology and to read testimonials from our very own Dr. Danny, and CrossFit Games Athletes Scott Panchik (@ScottPanchik), Emily Bridgers (EmilyBridgers), and Lauren Fisher (LaurenFisher).
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Athletes’ Potential – Where Movement is Medicine! http://www.athletespotential.com/
Dr. Danny offers an assortment of services. If you are in the Atlanta area be sure to look him up. If you are not in Atlanta please be sure to shoot him an email or follow him on the social sites listed below.
facebook page https://www.facebook.com/athletespotential?fref=ts
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Coach Joe offers a variety of live and online training options including a private facebook group titled #HeelsOff where you can get his honest and FREE opinion on your movement and unfiltered take on Weightlifing. Join the conversation at any of the links below.
Webpage Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/905586666194729/
#HeelsOff facebook forum https://www.facebook.com/joesbarbell?fref=ts
Thanks for listening and remember, If you have a BODY you’re an ATHLETE