Episode 12 Dr. Emily Splichal Author of "Barefoot Strong" and Leader in Human Movement
Welcome to this episode of The Wild Golf Podcast. Our guest today is podiatrist and human movement specialist Dr. Emily Splichal. She is the author of "Barefoot Strong" and is the founder of Naboso; the first company to make proprioceptive insoles and mats designed to stimulate the nervous system and enhance movement. She believes that our experience in this world is built around sensory stimulation and our ability to process, perceive, and integrate this information effectively. Your feet play a central role in this process. Golf is a sensory sport that requires balance and spatial awareness as does moving well into old age. But in golf and in life, we have cut off our connection to the ground with cushioned shoes and socks. We hope you enjoy this episode and hope that Emily will set you on your own path to becoming barefoot strong.You can find out more about Emily and her ground breaking work see below: https://www.dremilysplichal.comhttps://barefootstrongblog.com/https://ebfaglobal.teachable.com/On Youtube: EBFAFitness On Twitter: @Doctor_LegsOn Instagram: @dremilydpmIf you like this episode, please tell your friends and leave a review. Please also follow us on Instagram and Twitter.http://instagram.com/wild_golf_podcasthttps://twitter.com/wildgolfpodcast
The Power of Barefoot Training With World-Renowned Podiatrist Dr. Emily Splichal
The CardioCast CoolDown
Why should we start exercising barefoot? Today's guest, Dr. Emily Splichal, explains the benefits of barefoot training. Dr. Splichal is a functional podiatrist and human movement specialist. She is also the author of Barefoot Strong and the founder of Naboso Technology, a company that delivers innovative textured insoles and mats that help increase foot strength and health by increasing sensory stimulation in your feet. Her interest and experience in barefoot movement began as a competitive gymnast, a barefoot sport. Dr. Splichal has dedicated her 20-year medical career to the study of postural alignment and the science of bare feet, foot-to-core integration, and sensory integration. Her mission is to help others experience the enhanced confidence and quality of life that comes from optimizing movement.In today’s episode:Dr. Emily Splichal tells us why it's beneficial to train barefoot.How to start barefoot training.The most common injuries Dr. Splichal deals with as a podiatrist, and how to prevent them.What are minimalist shoes and what are the differences between them and regular shoes?Why you should start filming yourself in order to find your center of gravity!Learn your foot type: pronating, neutral, or supinating. Dr. Splichal’s views on the footwear industry and how the big brands have evolved in recent years.To learn more about Dr. Emily Splichal, you can visit her website or follow her on Instagram.Check out CardioCast on the App Store or Play Store for the best beat-driven audio fitness classes featuring hit music from your favorite artists and expert coaches from America’s top fitness studios!Follow:Instagram: @cardiocastappFacebook: @cardiocastTwitter: @cardiocastWebsite: https://www.cardiocast.app/
#2 The Guide to Barefoot Training w/ Dr. Emily Splichal, founder of Naboso
In this episode, I speak with Dr. Emily Splichal, a world-renowned podiatrist and human movement specialist who has taught her unique barefoot training approach to 20,000 professionals in more than 35 countries. In our discussion, we cover the four types of flat feet and how to fix them. Dr. Splichal describes the connection between the glutes, core and feet, and how getting all three to work together leads to movement proficiency and longevity. We also delve into the scientifically-backed reasons for which exercising on various surfaces, such as concrete, increases our risk of developing injuries.Get 10% off Naboso sensory inner-soles using code EHEALTH10 at https://www.naboso.comRead Dr. Emily Splichal's book: Barefoot Strong - Unlock the Secrets to Movement LongevityRead the summarised notes of this episode on our website
Dr. Emily Splichal is a podiatrist, human movement specialist, world leader in barefoot science, training and rehabilitation, and founder of the Evidence Based Fitness Academy, and she chats with host Ror Alexander about the MANY benefits of barefoot training and why you should be wearing your shoes both in and out of the gym A LOT less often. Follow Dr. Emily Splichal at IG: @dremilydpm, @baboso_technology, @ebfabarefooteducation Website: www.ebfaglobal.com Website: www.dremilysplichal.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/EBFAFitness -------------------------------------------------------- We hope you enjoyed this episode of the Fitness Essentials podcast, presented by Essentials Of Athletics Training Center in Vancouver, BC, Canada. If you did, please give us a 5 star rating and positive review on Apple podcast, and also please share it in anyway you can. If you want help with your fitness journey or athletic performance training, check out our website at www.essentialsofathletics.com for some of our online coaching programs, or if you live in the Vancouver/Burnaby area, visit our amazing facility today. __________________________________________ CONNECT / VISIT US Facility: EOA, 2696 Nootka St, Vancouver, BC V5M 3M5 Website: www.essentialsofathletics.com FOLLOW US YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfVon9VXfokjuqHuO9Z1voA INSTAGRAM: www.instagram.com/essentialsofathletics @essentialsofathletics FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/essentialsofathletics AFFILIATE PARTNERS INFRARED SAUNAS with RADIANT HEALTH SAUNAS www.radianthealthsaunas.com Tell them you were sent by the Fitness Essentials podcast to save $500 on any wooden sauna model. THE GREEN BED STORE www.thegreenbedstore.com Get a FREE high quality Duvet, and all natural cotton and organic British Wool made locally in North Vancouver, Canada with any bed. Use code FEP2021 at checkout, or mention you heard about them on this podcast.
In this episode, JC & AW have a fantastic conversation with Dr. Emily Splichal, DPM about the feet & also being entrepreneurial. As a Podiatrist, Human Movement Specialist, and Global Leader in Barefoot Science and Rehabilitation, Dr. Splichal has developed a keen eye for movement dysfunction and neuromuscular control during gait. Originally trained as a surgeon through Beth Israel Medical 2Center in New York City and Mt Vernon Hospital in Mt Vernon, NY, in 2017 Dr. Splichal put down her scalpel and shifted her practice to one that is built around functional and regenerative medicine. It was a great conversation, so enjoy!
The Secret to Longevity Begins with Foot Health with Dr. Emily Splichal
This Thing Called Movement
Hello Everyone, today we’re going to take a trip down south and dive deeply into the world of our feet! We had the privilege of speaking with Dr. Emily Splichal, Functional Podiatrist and Human Movement Specialist. Dr Emily is the Founder of EBFA Global, Creator of the Barefoot Training Specialist® Certification, Author of Barefoot Strong and CEO/Founder of Naboso Technology. With over 20 years in the fitness industry, Dr Splichal has dedicated her medical career towards studying postural alignment and human movement as it relates to barefoot science, foot to core integration and sensory integration.What we discussThe problem with today's segregation of podiatry from the rest of our physiological health and movement practice, and how functional podiatry addresses this issue;Why feet are critical to our health and well-being;How sensory stimulation works and why it's a major component to our foot health;Advice on how to avoid excess stress on your body through your feet;How foot type impacts your overall energy disposition;For children, the importance of foot screens to curb childhood diabetes and obesity;Why foot health is brain health, and how integrating it into your lifestyle is the secret to longevity.Resources Evolna's websiteNewsletterIG @evolna_FacebookOur host's IG @mariejanicekIn this episodeBarefoot Strong Book By Dr. Emily SplichalWhat is interoceptionNaboso TechnologyGet in touch with Dr. Emily Splichalwww.ebfaglobal.comwww.dremilysplichal.comwww.naboso.comwww.barefootstrong.comIG @dremilydpm
Leonard De Vinci - "The Human Foot is a masterpiece of engineering and a work of art" As a Podiatrist, Human Movement Specialist and Global Leader in Barefoot Science Emily Splichal has a very realistic and empowering approach to how we can sustain movement longevity. She has over 16 years of experience working with in over 35 countries and to 20,000 professionals and does it with a strong grounded sense of challenge to conformity. She is also the founder of NABOSO Technology - Emily says "what our feet are in contact with is just as important as switching shoes or going minimal." This led to the evolution of a material that could stimulate the nerves in our feet, allowing us to get even more out of human function and performance. TOPICS __ Why foot health is so important and how can we move more effectively How the foot is gateway into our Nervous-System Sensory Science Bacteria & Hygiene Children & Barefeet www.barefootstrong.com www.naboso.com www.ebfaglobal.com http://www.youtube.com/ebfafitness CONNECT With Emily __ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/dremilydpm/?hl=en FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/dremilysplichaldpm/ WEBSITE: https://www.dremilysplichal.com/ YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChtDCLFRMVlPsu-hq6LQ1Iw
098 | Dr. Emily Splichal - A Podiatrist’s Sensory-Secret to Less Pain and Higher Performance
Stacked with Joe DiStefano
In this super-informative episode, I’m joined by Dr. Emily Splichal. Dr. Emily is a podiatrist, a human movement specialist, and the founder of Naboso, a company whose proprioceptive insoles, yoga mats, and mobility balls are specifically designed to stimulate the hypersensitive nerves in the feet. As an expert in barefoot training and sensory movement, Emily’s mission is to help people move better and feel healthier by optimizing movement from the feet up.During our conversation, she explains how Naboso’s proprioceptive surfaces facilitate correct movement patterns and she describes how to build strength and stability in the feet. We also dive deep into the mind-body connection, examine the complex and little-known link between the emotions and the myofascial system, and explore the benefits of being barefoot. As a podiatrist, Dr. Emily recommends going barefoot wherever possible, choosing natural minimalist shoes over conventional footwear, and strengthening the feet with exercises rather than simply relying on orthotics.Proudly Sponsored By: Ancestral SupplementsTraditional peoples, the kind that would have been barefoot most of the time, out in the sun, moving all day, and doing ALL the things we biohackers are trying endlessly to figure out and find a way to PUT BACK into our modern existence, sensed intuitively, that eating the organs from a healthy animal would strengthen and support the health and longevity of them, their children, and their elders. In fact, they believed that like-supported-like and the eating fresh organs also corresponded to strengthen those organs of the individual. For instance, the traditional way of treating a person with a weak heart was to feed the person the heart of a healthy animal. Is it any surprise that HEART is the richest source of Co-Enzyme Q10, in a far more bioavailable form than those capsules in your kitchen cabinet? Similarly, eating the kidneys of a healthy animal was believed to support urinary ailments and overall kidney health... The pancreas was fed to people with digestive problems... and the spleen was fed to people with immune and blood deficiencies. And the list goes on. Our early ancestors KNEW these truths, which is why their traditional diets included the frequent and nourishing consumption of nose-to-tail organs that today are almost void from the diet.So please visit my good friends over at Ancestral Supplements at coachjoedi.com/ancestral to see what they can do for you - and put back in, what the modern world has left out! SaunaSpaceHundreds of studies now show sauna therapy to be one of the most effective ways to free yourself from the toxicity of modern living and extend your life and now that not many of us have space for a large, wood-burning Finnish barrel in our yard, SaunaSpace offers the only truly EMF-free sauna experience AND has pioneered the model I got with external EMF protection as well called, The Faraday.I have not looked back and have enjoyed my SaunaSpace sauna literally everyday since I got it, Emilia loves it too. So if you’re looking to add an EMF-free, ritual space for relieving stress and transforming your body and mind take a visit now to coachjoedi.com/saunaspaceSupport the show (https://www.coachjoedi.com/joe-recommends )
Ep 37 - Dr. Emily Splichal Talks Optimizing Foot Function Using Barefoot Science (Part 2)
State of the Industry Podcast
Welcome back! This episode is part two of my lengthy conversation with Dr. Emily Splichal. Dr. Emily is one of the foremost authorities in barefoot science, rehabilitation, and education. As a Podiatrist, Human Movement Specialist and Global Leader in Barefoot Science and Rehabilitation, Dr. Emily has developed a keen eye for movement dysfunction and neuromuscular control during gait. Dr. Emily is the founder of the Evidence Based Fitness Academy (EBFA), creator of the Barefoot Training Specialist®, BarefootRx®, and BARE® Workout Certifications, and inventor of Naboso Barefoot Technology. In episode one, Dr. Emily dove into the anatomy of the foot and ankle, and it lays a good foundation for what we discuss in part two. If you haven't already listened to it, I suggest you go back and listen to that first. In this episode, Dr. Emily helps us understand how to optimize performance, manage pain, and become more aware of our environment. Let’s dive right in.
Happy Vs Flourishing episode 21 with Dr Emily Splichal who runs EBFA - The Evidenced Based Fitness Academy. In this weeks show we discuss barefoot running, footwear, walking, 10,000 steps, pace, injuries and a lot more. Full details of the courses that EBFA run can be found on their website Links: www.ebfafitness.com Facebook Twitter Recommended book: Smart Moves: Why Learning Is Not All in Your Head Carla Hannaford Favourite quote" Mark Twain: "The two most important days in your life are, the day that you are born and the day that you find out why." Happy Vs Flourishing links: www.ExceedingExpectations.me Facebook Group Twitter LinkedIn YouTube How to leave a podcast review: https://tonywinyard.com/how-to-leave-a-podcast-review/ Full shownotes including transcription available at: https://tonywinyard.com/hvf021-dr-emily-splichal/