Ep 113. The Application of Strength Training for Golf Performance with Quinn Henoch
Fitness for the Fairways
On Episode 113 of the Fitness For The Fairways podcast, Joe sat down with Quinn Henoch, a physical therapist, strength coach, and the founder of Clinical Athlete…What you’ll learn from this episode.Should Golfers Olympic LiftApplication of Strength Training to Sport PerformanceVelocity-Based TrainingDoes Correlation Equal CausationThe Ask Joe SegmentTips for Training Golfers for the First TimeConnect with QuinnInstagramEmailCALU FB GroupDon’t forget if you have been enjoying the show to leave a 5-star review if you haven’t done so already. Please do so wherever you listen!Join the Fitness For The Fairways Facebook group and become a part of the community!
Quinn Henoch, DPT, makes his first appearance to talk about the value of formal and informal education in physical therapy and strength and conditioning. Quinn explains why coaches should show their work early and often, and why you'll never be 100% sure you're right on any strength or therapy prescription. Quinn shares a lot of philosophy about helping people deal with pain and improve performance. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thefitnessdevil/support
In this episode, Adam and Chris from All the Smoke on Strength & Physique talk to Dr. Quinn Henoch. We discuss what to look for when exercising or getting into new movements; what to expect with a client/coach relationship; and how to become the best YOU!
Ellen and Tait's long-time crush, Quinn Henoch, finally enters the red zone. Quinn has a doctorate in physical therapy and is the director of the clinical athlete. His organization aims to educate clinicians, coaches, and students in the realms of athlete health & performance. Dr. Quinn Henoch's Instagram - @quinn.henochdptClinical Athlete - https://clinicalathlete.com/CALU Facebook discussion group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/893462204156956
Why Your Body Feels "Stiff", How to Overcome Paralysis by Analysis, and Building a Personal Brand in the Performance Space with Quinn Henoch
Momentum with Steven Borden
Why does your body feel "tight" or "stiff"? Why has endless stretching and foam rolling not removed pain and stiffness during training? What can you do to increase range of motion in a squat, and where do you start if you literally can't squat halfway down right now?This episode starts off with tangible strategy right from the beginning as Quinn addresses each of those questions. Quinn is a well respected name in the strength & conditioning / physical therapy space as he is a rare breed that has expertise in both. He's also built a successful online business leveraging his expertise (and overcome his natural tendency to overthink things to do so).We talked about how Quinn got to where he is now, what separates good strenghth coaches / PTs from the rest, and how to just get yourself to START.You can find Quinn on Instagram at @quinn.henochdpt or find a vetted PT / Strength Coach provider in your part of the world at his website www.clinicalathlete.comEnjoy!
#28 Quinn Henoch - Addressing Hip Pain During The Squat
Stacked Strength Podcast
In today's episode, Daniel sits down with Dr. Quinn Henoch. Topics of discussion include pain vs injury, experiencing pain while squatting, the relationship between sleep and pain, range of motion and muscular contributions to pain, utilizing an alternating approach to training, correctly utilizing warm-ups, the role of technique in safety and performance, pain triggers, potential strategies, and more. TIMESTAMPS 00:01 Introduction 01:41 Pain vs Injury 08:32 Inevitability of pain 11:45 Experiencing hip pain in the squat 17:14 The relationship between sleep and pain 24:51 Range of motion and muscular contributions to pain 36:08 Utilizing an alternating approach 38:37 Optimizing technique for safety and performance 45:00 Correctly utilizing warm ups 52:04 Positional experimentation 55:28 Identifying triggers and potential strategies 01:15:11 Troubleshooting solutions 01:21:21 Critical mentality for recovery 01:24:35 Where can people find you FOLLOW US Dr. Quinn Henoch IG: https://www.instagram.com/quinn.henochdpt/ IG: https://www.instagram.com/clinicalathlete/ Website: https://www.clinicalathlete.com/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCli_B0jDSZhqI2hLxNyq2cw Stacked Strength COACHING: https://www.stackedstrength.com/coaching WEBSITE: https://www.stackedstrength.com/ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/stackedstrength/ YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBrMmbKtbwRtMtG3JRmw7bA
815: Dr. Quinn Henoch on A Formula For Fixing Injuries
The Mind Muscle Project
Dr Quinn has doctorate of physical therapy and runs his company the clinical athlete where helps weightlifters primarily heal from minor to serious injury and return back to training.Dr. Quinn Henoch's Instagram - @quinn.henochdptDr. Quinn Henoch's Website - https://clinicalathletenewport.com/True Protein - https://themindmuscleproject.com/trueproteinBLUblox - https://themindmuscleproject.com/blubloxProject Strong(30% OFF)code: strong30 - https://themindmuscleproject.com/strongProject Fitness - https://themindmuscleproject.com/fitnessProject Body - https://themindmuscleproject.com/bodyProject Programs- https://themindmuscleproject.com/programsOur episode sponsors - https://themindmuscleproject.com/partnersAsk Questions on Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/themindmuscleproject/?hl=enSubscribe for email Updateshttps://themindmuscleproject.com/newsletterYoutube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRwddspioDDhWqNyf97vjewSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, the host, Mike Velasquez is joined by Clinical Athlete co-founder Quinn Henoch. Mike and Quinn discuss Quinn's journey from S&C coach to where he is now operating his own clinic ClinicalAthlete Newport located inside the SoCal Strength/SoCal Weightlifting training facility. Quinn also reflects back on his time playing collegiate football and how his experiences as an athlete impacts his interactions with patients today. There's a lot of gold in this one...don't miss out!
#10 - Quinn Henoch: Coaching through Chaos - Connecting with CrossFit, Weightlifting, and Gen Pop
OPEX Fitness Presents: Back Room Talk
Quinn Henoch, DPT is a wealth of knowledge on weightlifting, athletic performance, and physical rehabilitation.In this week’s episode of Back Room Talk, Quinn shares how he’s connecting rehab and performance with Clinical Athlete, positives and negatives of weightlifting in CrossFit, who stands to benefit from training the clean and jerk and snatch and his thoughts on autoregulation, skill, and strength development.Prefer audio? Head to Apple Podcasts, Google Play, or Spotify and search for OPEX Fitness Presents: Back Room Talk.Instagram: @quinn.henochdptWebsite: https://www.clinicalathlete.com/
EP65 | Leading the Profession w/ CALU Summit founders Quinn Henoch and Zak Gabor
Missing Variable Podcast
Today we're joined by Quinn Henoch of Clinical Athlete and podcast regular, Zak Gabor of Level Up Initiative. These two have demonstrated themselves as leaders in our profession and we're happy to have them join us to talk about just that! This concludes our series of the CALU Summit speakers and organizers. We hope to see you all there tomorrow!If you enjoyed this episode, please consider:1) Subscribing to the show2) Dropping a review on iTunes3) Sharing the episode on social media or with a friend and tag us!Thank you for your support and feedback, it helps us get better and continue to provide you with quality content to becoming the best clinician you can be. Where you can find Quinn and ZakIG: @clinicalathlete, @thelevelupinitiative, @quinn.henochdpt @zakgabor.dptWebsite: Clinical Athlete , Level Up Initiative Connect with usPodcast IG: @missingvariablepodMatt IG: @mattmc_dptZach IG: @zachwagnerdptEmail: email@example.com