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S4P Radio, Season 4, Episode 7: Chrononutrition with Alan Flanagan

S4P Radio, Season 4, Episode 7: Chrononutrition with Alan Flanagan

August 12, 2020

S 4 Ep 7 – Chrononutrition with Alan Flanagan

In this episode, we welcome Alan Flanagan. Alan has an MSc in Nutritional Medicine, is currently pursuing his PhD, and is a former practising lawyer (Barrister) from Dublin, Ireland. Additionally, Alan runs Alinea Nutrition; an online education hub, dedicated to empowering others with clear, impartial, evidence-based knowledge and understanding about the science of nutrition. Additionally, Alan is the Research Communication Officer for Sigma Nutrition where he has written an excellent Sigma Statement on How Sleep and Nutrition Interact”.

You can also read Alan’s recent published article entitled Dietary Patters of Nurses on Rotational Shifts Are Marked by Redistribution of Energy into the Nightshift”.

 

Follow Alan on Instagram @thenutritional_advocate

Or get in contact with him via his website https://www.alineanutrition.com/demo-home/

 

Contact me at iandunican@sleep4performance.com.au

or our editor/producer at ricky.krstic@meliusconsulting.com.au

www.sleep4performance.com.au

Twitter @sleep4perform

You can also listen to S4P Radio on YouTube and Spotify

S4P Radio, Season 4, Episode 6: Shiftwork, Fatigue and Meal Timing with Dr Charlotte Gupta

S4P Radio, Season 4, Episode 6: Shiftwork, Fatigue and Meal Timing with Dr Charlotte Gupta

July 8, 2020

S 4 Ep 6 – Shiftwork, Fatigue and Meal Timing with Dr Charlotte Gupta

Season 4, Episode 6 welcomes back Dr Charlotte Gupta. Since her last appearance, Charlotte completed her PhD, which focused on different meal sizes during nightshift and their impacts on performance. In this episode, we cover Charlottes paper, entitled "Hot, Tired and Hungry: The Snacking Behaviour and Food Cravings of Firefighters during Multi-Day Simulated Wildfire Suppression". Additionally, we discuss Charlotte's current and future projects and research.

 

Follow Charlotte on Twitter @cc_gupta

Or contact her via the email charlotte.gupta@unisa.edu.au

 

Contact me at iandunican@sleep4performance.com.au

or our editor/producer at ricky.krstic@meliusconsulting.com.au

www.sleep4performance.com.au

Twitter @sleep4perform

You can also listen to S4P Radio on YouTube and Spotify

S4P Radio, Season 4, Episode 5: Travel Fatigue and Jetlag in Athletes with Professor Christa Janse van Rensburg

S4P Radio, Season 4, Episode 5: Travel Fatigue and Jetlag in Athletes with Professor Christa Janse van Rensburg

June 10, 2020

S 4 Ep 5 – Travel, fatigue and jetlag in athletes with Professor Christa Janse van Rensburg

In this episode, we welcome Professor Christa Janse van Rensburg. Professor Janse Van Rensburg obtained her doctorate under the title “The effect of exercise training on the autonomic function, disease activity and functional capacity in females suffering from rheumatoid arthritis” in 2012 following her MMed (PhysMed) (Cum Laude), MSc Sports Medicine, and MBChB (Cum Laude), all from the University of Pretoria. She is an NRF rated researcher and has published widely in the areas of sports medicine and rheumatology, and to date has authored and co-authored over 100 articles in peer-reviewed journals.

Additionally, Professor Janse van Rensburg has accompanied many sports teams as a sports physician, both nationally and internationally. She was the team doctor for the national team to the Olympic Games in Athens. For both the FIFA Confederations Cup as well as the FIFA World Cup she was appointed as the Venue Medical Officer at Loftus. She was elected as Fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine and is currently the President of Exercise Medicine in South Africa.

In this episode, we discuss our most recent publication in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, entitled How to Manage Travel Fatigue and Jet Lag in Athletes? A Systematic Review of Interventions

You can follow Professor Janse van Rensburg on twitter @christajvr

Or contact her via email christa.jansevanrensburg@up.ac.za

 

Contact me at iandunican@sleep4performance.com.au

or our editor/producer at ricky.krstic@meliusconsulting.com.au

www.sleep4performance.com.au

Twitter @sleep4perform

You can also listen to S4P Radio on YouTube and Spotify

S4P Radio, Special Episode - Mixed Martial Arts Strength, Conditioning and Recovery with Dr Carl Langan-Evans

S4P Radio, Special Episode - Mixed Martial Arts Strength, Conditioning and Recovery with Dr Carl Langan-Evans

May 20, 2020

Sleep4Performance Radio, Special Episode - Mixed Martial Arts Strength, Conditioning and Recovery with Dr Carl Langan-Evans

In this special episode of Sleep4Performance radio, we welcome Dr Carl Langan-Evans. In this episode Carl and I discuss the contentious issues of strength and conditioning in Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) and recovery practices. Carl is no stranger to combat sports having competed at the top level in Taekwondo and winning a gold medal at the youth Olympics.

Carl was originally involved with the School of Sport and Exercise Sciences as an athlete on the Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) Sport Scholarship programme from 2004 until 2008. During his time as a scholar, Carl received a number of support services in the areas of physiology, biomechanics, psychology and nutrition to aid his competitive goals. After a year out Carl retired as an athlete in 2009 and began a Master of Research (MRes) in Exercise Physiology degree in late 2009 and to complement his sport-specific coaching gained a place on the LJMU strength & conditioning internship. After graduating in late 2011, Carl had gained his professional accreditation in strength & conditioning via the United Kingdom Strength and Conditioning Association (UKSCA) and began PhD study in the area of 'the effects of rapid weight loss methods on the physiological, metabolic and hormonal profile of elite international Taekwondo athletes' in late 2012 before gaining a staff position as the sports science support officer for LJMU in early 2013.

In addition to his role at LJMU, Carl is also a high-performance Taekwondo coach for the Olympic Taekwondo Centre team and has provided consultancy as a trainer, coach and physiologist to a number of high-performance sports teams including those at the 2012 London Olympic Games.

You can get in contact with Carl via his email C.LanganEvans@ljmu.ac.uk

Or Twitter - @CLESpoSci

Contact me at iandunican@sleep4performance.com.au

or our editor/producer at ricky.krstic@meliusconsulting.com.au

www.sleep4performance.com.au

Twitter @sleep4perform

You can also listen to S4P Radio on YouTube and Spotify

 

 

S4P Radio, Season 4, Episode 4: Sleep and Circadian Rhythm Dysfunction in Human Ischaemic Stroke with Elie Gottlieb

S4P Radio, Season 4, Episode 4: Sleep and Circadian Rhythm Dysfunction in Human Ischaemic Stroke with Elie Gottlieb

May 6, 2020

S 4 Ep 4 – Sleep and Circadian Rhythm Dysfunction in Human Ischaemic Stroke with Elie Gottlieb

In this episode of S4P Radio, we welcome Elie Gottlieb. Elie is a final-year neuroscience PhD candidate at the University of Melbourne and Florey Institute of Neuroscience & Mental Health with a passion for clinical sleep and circadian rhythm research. Elie’s PhD examines the pathogenesis of post-stroke sleep architectural and circadian rhythm dysfunction using MRI, polysomnography, and melatonin assay. Additionally, Elie was a recipient of the Melbourne Research Scholarship working within Professor Amy Brodtmann’s clinical cognitive neuroscience and vascular neurodegeneration laboratory.

You can get in touch with Elie via twitter @ElieGottlieb

Or via his email elie.gottlieb@florey.edu.au

 

 

Contact me at iandunican@sleep4performance.com.au

or our editor/producer at ricky.krstic@meliusconsulting.com.au

www.sleep4performance.com.au

Twitter @sleep4perform

You can also listen to S4P Radio on YouTube and Spotify

 

 

S4P Radio, Special Episode - Ideas for managing your business online during Covid-19 with Rachel Huber

S4P Radio, Special Episode - Ideas for managing your business online during Covid-19 with Rachel Huber

March 30, 2020

Sleep4Performance Radio Special Episode –Ideas for managing your business during Covid-19 with Rachel Huber

In this special episode of Sleep4Performance radio, we welcome Rachel Huber. As a marketing professional and director of Bare Consulting, Rachel supports clients in the development of branding and other digital marketing services including logos, motion graphics, web design, social media strategies and more.

In this episode, we discuss how companies can shift their operations given the current circumstances, including the way they interact and deliver goods and services.

You can get in contact with Rachel via her website https://bare.consulting/

 

Contact me at iandunican@sleep4performance.com.au

or our editor/producer at ricky.krstic@meliusconsulting.com.au

www.sleep4performance.com.au

Twitter @sleep4perform

You can also listen to S4P Radio on YouTube and Spotify

S4P Radio, Special Episode - Solidarity against the Covid 19 with Dr. John Illif

S4P Radio, Special Episode - Solidarity against the Covid 19 with Dr. John Illif

March 20, 2020

Sleep4Performance Radio Special Episode – Solidarity against the Covid 19 with Dr John Illif

In this special episode of Sleep4Performance radio, we welcome Dr. John Illif. Appearing for the second time on S4P Radio, John is an Emergency Physician at St John of Gods Hospital and Medical Officer at the Royal Flying Doctor Service (WA). Joining us in self-isolation after returning from Ireland, we discuss all things Covid 19 including:

  • Its potential origins
  • Where it's headed
  • The effects on Health Care
  • Social Behaviour
  • How we can help fight the virus
  • The importance of routine, discipline, exercise and mental health
  • Checking in with friends, staying positive and working together

You can listen to John's previous episode of Sleep4Performance Radio at this link!

For more useful information on what to do during these unprecedented times, click on the link below!

Mental Health and Psychosocial Considerations During COVID-19 Outbreak

 

 

Contact me at iandunican@sleep4performance.com.au

or our editor/producer at ricky.krstic@meliusconsulting.com.au

www.sleep4performance.com.au

Twitter @sleep4perform

You can also listen to S4P Radio on YouTube and Spotify

S4P Radio, Season 4 Episode 3: Sleep and Performance in Basketball with Jordan Fox

S4P Radio, Season 4 Episode 3: Sleep and Performance in Basketball with Jordan Fox

March 11, 2020

S 4 Ep 3 – Sleep and Performance in Basketball with Jordan Fox

Welcome to Season 4 Episode 3 of Sleep4Performance Radio. Joining us for her first ever podcast, we welcome Jordan Fox. Having recently completed her PhD at the Central Queensland University in Australia, Jordan’s thesis investigates the association between workloads, sleep, and performance in basketball players. In addition to her research, Jordan works as an academic in Exercise and Sport Science.

In this episode, we discuss Jordan’s background, education, her PhD thesis and future aspirations. If you would like to read some of Jordan’s previous work, click on the links below!

A Review of Player Monitoring Approaches in Basketball: Current Trends and Future Directions

A Comparison of Training and Competition Demands in Semiprofessional Male Basketball Players

The Association Between Training Load and Performance in Team Sports: A Systematic Review

You can contact Jordan at j.fox2@cqu.edu.au

or get in touch via Twitter @JordanLFox1

 

 

Contact me at iandunican@sleep4performance.com.au

or our editor/producer at ricky.krstic@meliusconsulting.com.au

www.sleep4performance.com.au

Twitter @sleep4perform

You can also listen to S4P Radio on YouTube and Spotify

S4P Radio, Season 4, Episode 2: Open Water Swimming with Bec Johnson and Paul Blackbeard

S4P Radio, Season 4, Episode 2: Open Water Swimming with Bec Johnson and Paul Blackbeard

February 12, 2020

S 4 E 2 - Open Water Swimming with Bec Johnson and Paul Blackbeard

In this episode of Sleep4Performance Radio, we welcome Bec Johnson and Paul Blackbeard. Returning as co-host for her second appearance on S4P Radio, Bec is the CEO and co-founder of the Type 1 Diabetes Family Centre, in Stirling, a non-profit that connects, supports and inspires people living with type 1 diabetes. Diagnosed with type 1 in 2001, Bec believes there are no limits to life with diabetes, and is undertaking a solo crossing of the 19.7km Rottnest Channel, the Port to Pub 25km Ultra and a double crossing of the Rottnest Channel in February, March and April 2020. Her campaign, Life without Limits, aims to raise $85,000 for the Type 1 Diabetes Family Centre.   

With a range of board, senior management and strategic roles; Paul Blackbeard is Chairman of Echo Community Services, Owner of Argil International and Co-Founder of Zuberant Life. Additionally, Paul is a passionate swimmer who has achieved multiple records and been ranked number 1 in the world in 3 different water sports. In 2015, Paul was named as one of the 50 Greatest Watermen in Open Water Swimming History. In this episode, we cover all things Open Water Swimming including the Rottnest Channel Swim, training and motivation, diet and nutrition, strength and conditioning, recovery and more!

You can follow Bec on LinkedIn and Facebook.  You can follow her Life without Limits swim campaign here and donate here.

Follow Paul on LinkedIn, Twitter or Facebook

 

Recommendations and readings discussed throughout the episode:

Paul’s free application - https://apps.apple.com/au/app/wisdom-circle/id1296239401

BOHO beautiful yoga channel -  https://www.youtube.com/user/cexercize/featured

Swimming Strong eBook - https://www.formidablestrength.com.au/ebooks

Bowflex Machine - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CMVDhv-c5Mg

S4P Radio previous episode feat. Bec Johnson – Diet and Performance as an Endurance Athlete with Type 1 Diabetes

 

Contact me at iandunican@sleep4performance.com.au

or our editor/producer at ricky.krstic@meliusconsulting.com.au

www.sleep4performance.com.au

Twitter @sleep4perform

You can also listen to S4P Radio on YouTube and Spotify

S4P Radio, Sleep Science Audio Abstract 13: A Critical Review of Consumer Wearables

S4P Radio, Sleep Science Audio Abstract 13: A Critical Review of Consumer Wearables

January 29, 2020

 

S4P Radio, Sleep Science Audio Abstract 13: A Critical Review of Consumer Wearables

In our first Audio Abstract for 2020, we review an article entitled “A Critical Review of Consumer Wearables, Mobile Applications, and Equipment for Providing Biofeedback, Monitoring Stress, and Sleep in Physically Active Populations” by Jonathon M. Peake, Graham Kerr and John P. Sullivan. The review summarises and evaluates the characteristics of a cross-section of technologies for health and sports performance according to what the technology is claimed to do, whether it has been validated and is reliable, and if it is suitable for general consumer use.

You can access the full paper at this link!

 

Contact me at iandunican@sleep4performance.com.au

or our editor/producer at ricky.krstic@meliusconsulting.com.au

www.sleep4performance.com.au

Twitter @sleep4perform

You can also listen to S4P Radio on YouTube and Spotify

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