More Train, Less Pain; Engineering the Adaptable Athlete

More Train, Less Pain; Engineering the Adaptable Athlete

Hosted by: Dr. Michelle Boland & Dr. Tim Richardt

The More Train, Less Pain podcast is hosted by Dr. Michelle Boland and Dr. Tim Richardt and is specifically designed around engineering the adaptable athlete. The podcast will bring you the most knowledgeable guests...

Episodes

S3E20: Enter into Michelle’s Mind- SOLO 2023 Recap and 2024 Planning INSIGHTS; business and running goals, struggles, and preparation.

Season #3

While you are waiting for MTLP Season 4, Michelle sits down with her microphone and gives some insights into how she reflects on 2023 and plans for 2024. In this episode, Michelle lays out her struggles and successes...
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S3E19: Season 3 Finale- Top 3 Takeaways

Season #3

Tim and Michelle countdown their Top 3 Takeaways from Season 3. In this episode we discuss strategies to build rapport, developing intuition within the body, compassionate presence, low tension as a default resting...
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S3E18: Dr. Lisa Lewis- Psych Coach for Fitness Pros: The capacity to tolerate client’s discomfort

Season #3

Michelle sits down with Dr. Lisa Lewis, EdD, CADA-II, Licensed Psychologist who is known as the ‘psych coach for fitness pros’. Dr. Lewis works with a wide variety of clientele but her passion for wellness and fitness...
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S3E17: Q&A - Tim and Michelle Answer All Of Your Painful Questions

Season #3

Tim and Michelle answer all of your questions about pain and training in this week’s episode. We tackled your questions with all of our might to provide you answers about Tim’s hip pain status, Tim’s pain management...
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S3E16: Doug Kechijian-Leg Pressing, Spine Surgery, and Maintaining Lifelong Work Capacity

Season #3

Embarrassingly, Tim didn't create an Instagram account until early 2018. For the first 6 months of having that account, there were precisely two entities he followed - Zac Cupples and Resilient Rehab and Performance....
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S3E15: Lucy Hendricks- Moving Beyond Biomechanics: The art of communication, fighting beliefs around pain, and normalizing feedback

Season #3

Michelle sits down with Lucy Hendricks, owner of Enhancing Life Gym in Lexington, KY. A biomechanics nerd turned client relationship wizard, Lucy is a well-spoken teacher and guide for trainers working with persistent...
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S3E14: Dean Guedo- Move More; pain, high flux, and why going to the gym is not enough

Season #3

Michelle sits down with the walking king himself, Dean Guedo. Dean is a former athlete and powerlifter turned nutrition coach and rucking enthusiast with a simple message: walk more, WAY more. In this episode we...
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S3E13: Tony Gentilcore on Easy Training, Stoplights, and Making Bigger Cups

Season #3

There are a few voices in this industry that simply have a knack for being incredibly reasonable with their training approach and evolving their model gradually over time. Eric Cressey, Dan John, and Tony are all...
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S3E12: Dr. Susie Lachowski & Dr. Connor Sheridan-The BFR Training & Therapy Duo; Get schooled on Blood Flow Restriction Training as a tool for persistent pain clients

Season #3

Want to add a new tool to your toolbox? Join Michelle as she sits down with Blood Flow Restriction Training (BFRT) experts to talk physiology and implementation. Dr. Susie Lachowski, PhD, CSCS is the Founding Director...
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S3E11: Tim & Michelle- If You Show Me Your Adaptive Upside, I'll Show You Mine; Adaptive Upside Exercise Selection with Persistent Pain Clients Top 3 Countdown

Season #3

Tim and Michelle countdown their TOP 3 exercise concepts to maximize adaptive upside in the context of persistent pain clients. How best can we create system changes and manage trade-offs in our training programs?...
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S3E10: Bill Hartman- Perspectives on Models, Mentorship, and Training in Persistent Pain

Season #3

Bill is a Physical Therapist and, together with Mike Robertson, founded Indianapolis Fitness and Sports Training, known as IFAST, located in Indianapolis, Indiana. Over the past decade, IFAST has quietly become one of...
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S3E9: Tim & Michelle Reunite- Engaging with the Body on a More Frequent Basis

Season #3

Tim and Michelle reunite for a mid-point check-in for season 3. In this episode we talk about, our current training status, monitoring movement KPIs, connecting with the body on a more frequent basis, reframing pain...
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