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S4P Radio, Season 3, Episode 8: Sleep and Fatigue Offshore with Vanessa Riethmeister

S4P Radio, Season 3, Episode 8: Sleep and Fatigue Offshore with Vanessa Riethmeister

August 13, 2019

S 3 Ep 8 – Sleep and Fatigue Offshore with Vanessa Riethmeister

Season 3, Episode 8 of Sleep4Performance welcomes Vanessa Riethmeister. In 2011, Vanessa obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology followed by her Master of Science in Industrial and Organisational Psychology in 2014. In addition to her Psychology degree, Vanessa also completed a Research Master Program of Clinical and Psychosocial Epidemiology at the University Medical Centre Groningen, The Netherlands. In April 2019, Vanessa obtained her PhD entitled “Sleep and Fatigue Offshore”.

Currently, Vanessa is employed as a Health, Safety and Environmental Business Solutions Analyst at the Royal Dutch Shell Headquarters in The Hague, The Netherlands. Her current job tasks involve developing and supporting innovative data visualisation and digitalisation approaches for management and reporting/analyses of health, safety and environmental data.

If you would like to get in touch with Vanessa, you can contact her via email.

Vanessa.Riethmeister@shell.com

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S4P Radio, Special Episode, Cyrus Milne - Swimming the English Channel

S4P Radio, Special Episode, Cyrus Milne - Swimming the English Channel

July 30, 2019

Sleep4Performance Radio, Special Episode – Swimming the English Channel with Cyrus Milne

In the special episode of Sleep4Performance radio we welcome 17-year-old, Cyrus Milne. Having previously completed the 36 km English Channel Swim in a 4-person team, along with numerous solo events such as the Rottnest Channel Swim (20km swim). and the Port to Pub (25km swim).

Cyrus has his sights set on completing a solo crossing of the English Channel in August 2020. In this podcast, joined by his mother Kelly, we discuss Cyrus swimming achievements, training, getting through solo swims, jellyfish, sharks, planning, preparation and expenses.

You can support Cyrus in his endeavour in several ways. For example, if you wish to promote your business, Cyrus will add your logo to his website and on his support boat banner during his crossing. Get in contact with us to discover all options to support Cyrus. In addition, Cyrus will be raising money for the Epilepsy WA foundation.

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S4P Radio, Season 3, Episode 7: Circadian Rhythms with Professor Sean Cain

S4P Radio, Season 3, Episode 7: Circadian Rhythms with Professor Sean Cain

July 17, 2019

Season 3 Ep 7 – Circadian Rhythms with Professor Sean Cain

Season 3, Episode 7 of Sleep4Performance welcomes professor Sean Cain from Monash University. Stemming from a background in psychology, neuroscience and behavioural neuroscience, Sean currently works as a circadian biologist specialising in depression and light and is president of the Australasian Chronobiology Society. In this episode we discuss sleep and circadian rhythms, and how they impact people’s lives, mood, behaviour, exercise and shift work.

You can check out Sean’s paper titled: High sensitivity and interindividual variability in the response of the human circadian system to evening light and follow him on Twitter @circadian247 or Sean W. Cain on Linkedin

https://www.linkedin.com/in/sean-w-cain-3360b512/

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S4P Radio, Season 3, Episode 6: Sleep and Fatigue Research with Dr. Raymond Matthews

S4P Radio, Season 3, Episode 6: Sleep and Fatigue Research with Dr. Raymond Matthews

June 18, 2019

S3 Ep 6 - Sleep and Fatigue Research with Dr. Raymond Matthews

Season 3, Episode 6 of Sleep4Performance welcomes Dr Raymond Matthews, a sleep and fatigue researcher at the Behaviour-Brain-Body Research Centre at the University of South Australia. Dr Matthews’ research interests in sleep and fatigue stem from a background in military.

Dr Matthews completed his PhD in Psychology at the Centre for Sleep Research, University of South Australia, as well as a BSc and BHSc with Honours in Psychology at the University of Adelaide. After being awarded the Tony Winefield PhD Prize for the best PhD thesis, Dr Matthews undertook simulation-based research at the Appleton Institute for Behavioural Science, Central Queensland University. This was followed by a Postdoctoral Research Fellowship at the prestigious Karolinska Institute in Sweden. During his time in Sweden, Dr Matthews was also integral in the development, validation and deployment of cutting edge sleep technologies.

Dr Matthews leads research programs focused on the interactions of the sleep and circadian systems, the effects of sleep loss and shift work and the ways people protect themselves against fatigue-related errors using scheduling and countermeasures.

You can check out this extract from Rays’ PhD thesis titled: Sleep, Wake and the Internal Body Clock: Homeostatic and Circadian Interactions on Performance or email him for any further questions!

Raymond.Matthews@unisa.edu.au

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S4P Radio, Sleep Science Audio Abstract 11: Sleep practices implemented by team sport coaches and sport science support staff

S4P Radio, Sleep Science Audio Abstract 11: Sleep practices implemented by team sport coaches and sport science support staff

June 4, 2019

S4P Radio, sleep science audio abstract review 11: Sleep practices implemented by team sport coaches and sport science support staff.

 

In our latest S4P audio abstract, we look at a new publication from the journal of science and medicine in sport titled “Sleep practices implemented by team sport coaches and sports science support staff: A potential avenue to improve athlete sleep?”. Written by Kathleen Miles, the aim of the study was to assess sleep hygiene knowledge of high-performance team sport coaches and sports science support staff, the sleep practices they implement with athletes; and the barriers to the more frequent use of these practices. You can access Kathleen’s paper at the link below, along with some important information from the Sleep Health Foundation, on good sleep habits and how to achieve them!

 

Sleep practices implemented by team sport coaches and sports science support staff: A potential avenue to improve athlete sleep? - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30685228

 

Good Sleep Habits - https://www.sleephealthfoundation.org.au/pdfs/Good-Sleep-Habits.pdf

 

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Miles KH, Clark B, Fowler PM, Miller J, Pumpa KL. Sleep practices implemented by team sport coaches and sports science support staff: A potential avenue to improve athlete sleep? J Sci Med Sport. 2019 Jan 19. pii: S1440-2440(18)31239-8. doi: 10.1016/j.jsams.2019.01.008. [Epub ahead of print] PubMed PMID: 30685228.

 

 

 

S4P Radio, Special Episode, Dr. Marc Bubbs - Peak: The New Science of Performance that is Revolutionizing Sports

S4P Radio, Special Episode, Dr. Marc Bubbs - Peak: The New Science of Performance that is Revolutionizing Sports

May 27, 2019

In this special episode of sleep4performance radio we are joined by our good friend Dr. Marc Bubbs. Dr. Marc Bubbs ND, MS(c), CISSN, CSCS is a Naturopathic Doctor, Speaker, Performance Nutrition Lead for Canada Basketball and former Strength Coach. Dr. Bubbs is the author of the new book Peak: The new science of performance that is revolutionizing sports - An integrated and personalized approach to athlete health, nutrition, recovery and mindset (released May 24th, 2019). Dr. Bubbs is a regular contributor to Breaking Muscle, and a nutrition advisory board member for Strong Magazine. He has been working with athletes, active people and clients striving to improve their health for almost two decades, using an evidence-based approach to nutrition, movement, and lifestyle modifications. Dr. Bubbs regularly presents at health, fitness and medical conferences across Canada, USA, UK and Europe and consults with professional sports teams in the NBA, NFL, NHL and MLB.  

 

DrBubbs.com

Follow @DrBubbs - Twitter | Instagram | Facebook

Amazon Book Link - https://www.amazon.com/Peak-Science-Athletic-Performance-Revolutionizing/dp/1603588094/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=peak+and+dr+bubbs&qid=1556839271&s=gateway&sr=8-1-spell

 

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S4P Radio, Season 3, Episode 5: Fighting, Sleeping and Philosophy with Ciaran O’Regan

S4P Radio, Season 3, Episode 5: Fighting, Sleeping and Philosophy with Ciaran O’Regan

May 15, 2019

Welcome to Season 3 Episode 5. This extended episode brings us Cork based Sport Scientist (B.Sc.) Ciaran O’Regan! Philosopher, fighter, psychologist, strength and conditioning coach—Ciaran is a man of many talents. Ciaran has competed in high-level athletics, rugby, boxing and kickboxing; his interests include Stoicism, Buddhism and Taoism. In this episode, we cover all the above along with our usual discussion around sleep and performance. As a coach at Sigma Nutrition, The King of Cork also spends his days studying through Mac-nutrition University and runs his own website Quarrelsome life. Follow Ciaran and check out some of his recent work at links below!

https://complementarytraining.net/the-mileage-fallacy-in-running/

http://www.quarrelsomelife.com/

https://sigmanutrition.com/

Instagram @ctquarrelsome @stigmanutrition

 

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S4P Radio, Season 3, Episode 4: Exercise and its effects on sleep and mental illness with Oscar Lederman

S4P Radio, Season 3, Episode 4: Exercise and its effects on sleep and mental illness with Oscar Lederman

April 16, 2019

Season 3, Episode 4 welcomes Oscar Lederman. What was initially meant to be one of our monthly Audio Abstracts, the information presented to us by Oscar was too good to pass up! Having recently completed his PhD at the University of NSW, Oscars thesis gives a great insight on how we can improve the physical and mental health of young people in the early stages of psychosis, namely through exercise and lifestyle interventions.

As an Exercise Physiologist at the Prince of Wales Hospital in Sydney, Oscar gives a unique approach on how we can use exercise as a means to treat chronic health conditions, with his research focusing heavily on physical activity for mental illness. Along with his current commitments to work and research, Oscar also has previous experience in Physiotherapy and spent over four years as a Senior Surf Instructor with Let’s Go Surfing in Bondi Beach, Australia.

You can follow Oscar on Twitter @OscarLederman or check out some of his research at https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Oscar_Lederman. Hope you enjoy the episode!

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S4P Radio, Sleep Science Audio Abstract 10: Weekend ‘catch-up sleep’ is a lie.

S4P Radio, Sleep Science Audio Abstract 10: Weekend ‘catch-up sleep’ is a lie.

April 3, 2019

After a short hiatus from Audio Abstracts we are back covering some new and interesting literature. In this episode of S4P we cover an article from the Washington Post titled “Weekend ‘catch-up sleep’ is a lie”. The article was written based on a paper called “Ad libitum Weekend Recovery Sleep Fails to Prevent Metabolic Dysregulation during a Repeating Pattern of Insufficient Sleep and Weekend Recovery Sleep” and looks at the effects of people who commonly increase their sleep duration on the weekend to recover from sleep loss incurred during the work week. You can access both at the links below!

https://www.washingtonpost.com/health/2019/02/28/weekend-catch-up-sleep-is-lie/?noredirect=on&utm_term=.d32ceaf42ff0

https://www.cell.com/current-biology/fulltext/S0960-9822(19)30098-3

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S4P Radio, Season 3, Episode 3: Achieving Balance. Business, Study & Martial Arts with Lachlan Giles

S4P Radio, Season 3, Episode 3: Achieving Balance. Business, Study & Martial Arts with Lachlan Giles

March 12, 2019

Season 3’s third instalment welcomes Lachlan Giles. With a PhD in physiotherapy and a black belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Lachlan is a world-renowned competitor appearing in international Jiu Jitsu competitions such as EBI, Polaris and ADCC. Famous amongst the Jiu Jitsu community, Lachlan also owns and operates Absolute MMA, a world class mixed martial arts school in Melbourne, Australia. In this episode we discuss how Lachlan achieves balance in life as a competitor and business owner, mixed in with study, research and travel.

Follow Lachlan on Instagram @Lachlan_giles, where you can check out his series of detailed instructional videos.

Also catch more from Lachlan and his school, Absolute MMA on their YouTube channel. Absolute MMA St Kilda – Melbourne

 

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