Biofeedback: High & Low Tech with Sarah Jamieson – Part 2

Dec 29, 2016 | Android, Blog, Health, iOS, News, Podcast, Training

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Episode Guest

Sarah Jamieson – Health and Movement Coach, Founder of Moveolution, Onnit Master Trainer in Durability, Specialist in Corrective Tactical Strength and Conditioning

Functional Movement Screen™ Certified Practitioner | Functional Movement Screen™ Level 2: Advanced Corrective Exercise | YogaFit Level 4 Instructor TacFit & CST Athlete | Clubbell Yoga Anatomy Breakdown Workshop | EKG (Evolution Kettlebell Groundworks) Level 1 | ACE Certified Personal Trainer | Onnit Master Trainer

Website(s): Moveolution, Onnit

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In This Episode

In this part 2 of 2, Sarah Jamieson joins us to discuss both high tech and low tech biofeedback tools as well as topics such as how to prepare your body for the unexpected, unconventional training tools, movement patterns for all ages, and how to incorporate HRV into your business model.

TOPICS:

  • 01:20 – Using the floor as a biofeedback tool
  • 02:00 – Hand and foot development for better health
  • 02:40 – The most under-utilized piece of equipment in the gym
  • 03:40 – Fear of the floor & the floor test you can do at home
  • 06:10 – Earning your body’s stability, what we can learn from babies
  • 06:30 – The consequences of fearing the floor
  • 09:10 – How to prepare your body for life’s unknown situations
  • 10:30 – Why movement (of your body) is a behavior
  • 12:00 – The importance of using the right tools for a sport
  • 16:40 – Unconventional training tools & training outside vs. training indoors
  • 19:10 – Why you can’t just play your way back into symmetry and health
  • 22:37 – Movement patterns, stress, the brain and mental health
  • 26:10 – How Heart Rate Variability relates to movement patterns
  • 27:40 – Preventing January exercise syndrome
  • 28:40 – Adapting to hierarchical levels of stress
  • 30:50 – Live biofeedback vs long term HRV trends
  • 32:20 – Sarah’s morning routine prescription
  • 33:40 – An elderly perspective on maintaining movement capacity
  • 37:10 – Where to learn more about movement patterns, durability, and biofeedback
  • 40:30 – How to work HRV into your business model
  • 41:40 – Wearable technology for people who aren’t accustomed to it
  • 41:40 – Why you don’t need to measure HRV all the time
  • 43:40 – Practicing what you preach, honoring yourself and your clients

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