Today, Jared and Alex go behind the podium with Dr. C. Shante Cofield, PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS, CF-L1, a coach, doctor of physical therapy, soccer player, basketball player, lacrosse player, CrossFitter, rock climber, teacher, movement specialist, insatiable learner, and lover of POKE bowls.
Dr. Cofield may be best known as The Movement Maestro on Instagram and she truly is a maestro of her craft—as a clinician, she analyzes the way you move in order to determine the source of your pain in order to treat the problem NOT just the symptoms.
When not working with clients one on one, our guest can also be found teaching courses for Rock Tape.
- What the title “coach” actually means
- How we frame things matters
- Why a PT could really be a movement coach
- What balance means when you are living your passion
- Why you should just do you on social media
- How to utilize breathing in a training or therapeutic setting
- What blood restriction can be good for
- Why you should expose yourself to as many things as possible and then practice them
- Why you should focus on moving well enough for health and then moving often enough for fitness
- How more is not better, better is better.
- and much more!
For references to everything mentioned in this episode, head over to www.behindthepodiumpodcast.com.
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- Shante’s site – The Movement Maestro
- Shante on IG
- Explain Pain (8311) by David Butler
- LEO Training: Strength & Conditioning with Joe DeLeo Ep 42 with Dr. Shante Cofield
- Perry Nickleston – Stop Chasing Pain
- Rock Tape Courses
- PT Pintcast EP 75 – Johnny Owens talks Blood Flow Restriction Training over a Hoegaarden
- Pumping Iron with Arnold Schwarzenegger
- Wim Hof Method
- Brian MacKenzie – Art of Breath
- Functional Range Conditioning – Dr. Andreo Spina
- David Weinstock Neurokinetic Therapy
- SFMA – Selective Functional Movement Assessment
- Rising Strong: How the Ability to Reset Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead by Brené Brown