The CSEP Podcast: High Performance

The CSEP Podcast: High Performance

By The CSEP Podcast
Season 2 of the CSEP Podcast, host Alan Selby speaks to a number of industry experts on the subject of high performance. In this season Alan hosts discussions with professionals from strength coaches for Olympic athletes and professional sports franchises to nutrition experts across from all across North America.

Host: Alan Selby, CSEP CEP, CSEP High Performance Specialist™

CSEP is the Gold Standard in exercise science and personal training. Providing leadership in research, education and practice to improve health outcomes for Canadians.
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Episode 11 - Gabrielle Fundaro
Dr. Gabrielle Fundaro, gastrointestinal health professional and Nutrition Coach at Renaissance Periodization, discusses gut health and the importance of the gut in high performance training. As well, Dr. Fundaro address's myths surrounding gastrointestinal health and the gut microbiome.  Contact memberships@csep.ca for any questions on this episode, and to learn more about upcoming podcasts. CSEP Members: Earn 1.5 PDC's for listening
49:27
May 15, 2020
Episode 10: Scott Willgress
We're excited to release Season 2 of the CSEP Podcast: High Performance and the role of exercise science with Scott Willgress. Scott is the Strength and Conditioning coach at the Canadian Sport Institute Atlantic and an educator at Dalhousie University. Host Alan Selby discusses how Scott adapts his training tools when working with athletes from various individual and team-based sports, decentralized training while athletes are away at school and presenting data back to athletes in simple yet informative manner. Join us this season as we explore more about high performance and exercise science.  Contact memberships@csep.ca for any questions on this episode, and to learn more about upcoming podcasts. CSEP Members: Earn 1.5 PDC's for listening
32:03
April 16, 2020
Bonus Episode
In this host-delivered episode, Lauren Jenkinson reflects on Season 1 takeaways on mentorship, and shares her experience from the Mentorship workshop at CSEP 2019. Lauren elaborates with key tips on how to get the most out of attending conferences, and how to connect, network,  and secure mentors that will last throughout your career. Contact memberships@csep.ca for any questions on this episode, and to learn more about upcoming podcasts. CSEP Members: Earn 1.5 PDC's for listening
12:18
March 27, 2020
Episode 8: Greg Wells
In the final episode of the season, Dr. Greg Wells, scientist in the Translational Medicine at the Hospital for Sick Children, Author, public speaker and performance physiologist who has built a brand that authentically shows his professional passions and own experiences as an athlete. Dr. Wells explains how he was shaped by mentorship in his adult life and shares insights gained from a serious injury in his teens to navigating undergrad through his Ph D., travelling to other countries and finding his groove working on multimedia content while maintaining an active lifestyle.  Contact memberships@csep.ca for any questions on this episode CSEP Members: Earn 1.5 PDC's for listening
51:53
March 12, 2020
Episode 7: Maureen MacDonald & Stuart Phillips
Host Lauren Jenkinson sits down with McMaster power couple Dr. Maureen MacDonald (Dean of the Faculty of Science at McMaster University) and Dr. Stuart Phillips (Director of the Physical Activity Centre of Excellence, Director of the McMaster Centre for Nutrition, Exercise and Health Research) to discuss their journey through academia, mentorship, and how they landed in their present day positions. Both previous recipients of the CSEP Mentorship Award in Honour of Enzo Cafarelli, Dr. MacDonald and Dr. Phillips explain the lessons they have learned, the importance of "letting your mistakes be apart of the journey" and teamwork.  Contact memberships@csep.ca for any questions on this episode CSEP Members: Earn 1.5 PDC's for listening
30:41
February 13, 2020
Episode 6: Paul Zehr and Greg Pearcey
Dr. Paul Zehr, CSEP-CEP and his mentee Dr. Greg Pearcey, CSEP-CEP discuss the importance of mentorship for everybody and how Dr. Zehr inspired Greg when he was a PhD student.  Plus a contest announcement!  Contact memberships@csep.ca for any questions on this episode CSEP Members: Earn 1.5 PDC's for listening
44:55
January 9, 2020
Episode 5- Fabian Rayne
Entrepreneurship from the eyes of Fabian Rayne, CSEP-CEP and owner of Fab Your Life Inc. Taking a more traditional approach to becoming an entrepreneur,  Fabian set out to start his own business and watched it grow! Host Lauren Jenkinson discusses how he went from a startup in his father's basement to owning and operating a multidisciplinary clinic and managing a team of staff.  Contact memberships@csep.ca for any questions on this episode.
41:09
December 12, 2019
Episode 4: Michelle Mottola & Taniya Nagpal
Mentoring in academia with Dr. Michelle Mottola (University of Western) and Taniya Nagpal! Listen to topics like navigating a masters program, the importance of determining if a Masters/PhD is right for you and what professors are looking for from student mentees.  Contact memberships@csep.ca for any questions on this episode. CSEP Members: Earn 1.5 PDC's for listening
42:00
November 7, 2019
Episode 3: Justin Achat
Owner of KINETEX Health Justin Achat, CSEP-CEP discusses his "accidental" entrepreneurship. Through a series of referrals, Justin went from working a 9-5 regular job to starting his own business.  Contact memberships@csep.ca for any questions on this episode. CSEP Members: Earn 1.5 PDC's for listening
37:51
November 5, 2019
Episode 2: Patrick Waters
Host Lauren Jenkinson discusses the importance of being a mentor and mentee with multitalented Paralympian Patrick Waters, CSEP-CEP. Patrick explains how he feels mentors have shaped his career and how he has turned the tables to give back to other members of the exercise community.  Explore our mentorship workshop at our Annual General Meeting  Contact memberships@csep.ca for any questions on this episode. CSEP Members: Earn 1.5 PDC's for listening
24:52
November 5, 2019
Episode 1: Evelyn Foster and Nicole Sandison
Host Lauren Jenkinson sits down with her mentors Evelyn Foster, R.Kin, BPHE and Nicole Sandison, MSc, HBSc HK from the UHN Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation Program, as they discuss guiding her through her internship with the Toronto Rehab Institute and navigating the bridge from intern to hired employee.  Contact memberships@csep.ca for any questions on this episode.  CSEP Members: Earn 1.5 PDC's for listening
36:41
November 5, 2019