Episode 340 is a Featured Performer Edition featuring Jordan Gusman, Maltese 3000m, 5000m, and 10,000 NR Holder.
In May, Jordan lost his beloved father to a brain aneurysm followed by a period in an induced coma which saw Jordan return from his daily training environment in Colorado with Tinman Elite back to Australia to support his family.
In this episode, Jordan reflects on the impact his father Steve and grandfather Frank had on his development and running career.
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“How great do you want to be” – Mantra
“Peanut Butter Toast” – Best recovery tip
“Idiotic” - Racing Style
“Flow State” – In the Zone
“strength and conditioning is really just keeping me healthy”
“Train Sensibly” – Best Advice
“Tinman Workout (7x3 min, 7x 30sec hills, 7x15sec)” – Physical Challenge
Jarryd Clifford - Australian Paralympian
Dick Telford – AUS Distance Running Coach + Sports Scientist - Episode 119 of The Physical Performance Show
Cathy Freeman (OAM) - Australian former sprinter
Brett Robinson - AUS Olympian, Episode 206 of The Physical Performance Show
Runners Tribe: RT EXCLUSIVE: Jordan Gusman – Why Malta?
Strava: @Jordan Gusman
Athlete Profile: @worldathletics
03:24 Welcome Jordan
05:55 Reflecting on his late Father and Grandfathers input on his athletics career
14:40 Darkest Day in his career
19:09 Background behind Jordans move to Colorado
24:00 Jordan’s childhood bio
32:37 Performance Round
37:51 Jordan’s Training Philosophy
38:57 Jordan’s Year Ahead
40:51 Importance of Strength & Conditioning
43:33 Best Advice
44:05 Physical Challenge
Positive Sports Psychology: Cultivating deep well-being featuring RORY DARKINS
3PM AEST Saturday 10 September 2022
During the 3 hour event acclaimed expert Rory Darkins covers what is well-being & how do we measure it, the links between well-being & performance, practical strategies for optimising well-being plus Q&A.
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