Author: Dr. Stuart McGill

The Chewjitsu Podcast: Episode 96 – Dr. Stu McGill

The Chewjitsu Podcast: Episode 96 – Dr. Stu McGill, Listen At » Dr. McGill shares his interest in working with the spine, researching back pain and developing the “McGill Big 3” exercises for core stability, the importance of the core for Jiu-Jitsu performance and injury-prevention, what occurs when you have a disc bulge in […]

A Masterclass in Spine Mechanics with Dr. Stuart McGill

The Fight Science Podcast – A Masterclass in Spine Mechanics with Dr. Stuart McGill Listen At » In this episode, we discuss the importance of the spine in efficient movement, how to correctly load the spine, the biomechanics of power and how this applies to Combat Athletes.

MUSCLE MEDICINE – Moving Well to Become Pain Free

MUSCLE MEDICINE 85 / Moving Well to Become Pain Free w/ Dr. Stu McGill, Listen At » No two patients are the same. Everyone who walks into a practitioner’s office brings with them unique biomechanical, as well as social and psychological, factors. Being able to understand each patient’s individual conditions and background is what […]

How to change your fitness routine to stay strong and mobile as you age

Clifton Mark · CBC Life · Posted: Feb 21, 2020 4:09 PM ET This professor of biomechanics shares tips he swears by himself It’s obvious that the appropriate fitness regime for an average 20-year-old may not suit the average 60-year-old. Many have vague ideas about shifts from hockey to golf or from CrossFit to aquafit, […]

Back pain in the 21st century – Tom Matt Show Podcast

Back pain in the 21st century – Tom Matt Show Podcast, Listen At » On this episode Tom talks with renowned back specialist, Dr. Stuart McGill, about back pain in the 21st century. Stuart McGill is Professor Emeritus at the University of Waterloo, and has authored over 240 scientific journal papers, 5 books, and […]

ASCA podcast

The importance of the Strength coach in determining whether their client becomes resilient or injured

ASCA Podcast #46 – Dr. Stuart McGill, Listen At » Prof McGill explains adaptation mechanisms and how programming and exercise selection influences success or failure. Features of Assessment are discussed. Thoughts and guidelines are offered pertaining to the influence of anatomical hardware vs mental and cognitive software on enhancing resilience and performance. SHOWNOTES 1) […]

Episode 020 – Stuart McGill Brings You Into The 21st Century

Listen At » In Episode 20 of the 21st Century Physio Podcast, Stuart McGill brings you into the 21st century. In this episode, Stuart discusses: – His top learnings from a 30+ year career working with the spine – How to make the transition from researcher to clinician and vice versa – Key things […]

Cut The S#!t Get Fit – Episode 257 With Dr. Stuart McGill

Listen At » In this episode, I interview the legend Dr. Stuart McGill, and talk everything from back pain, surgery options, psychological influences, deadlifts, and more! Rafal Matuszewski, Cut the S#!t Get Fit Podcast

No-Lift Powerlifting Podcast – Episode 77 – Dr. Stuart McGill

Listen At » Dr. Stuart McGill joins us to talk about his work as a Biomechanist specializing in spinal injury and rehabilitation. We discuss some risk factors for spinal injury, training adaptations and how they can influence spinal injury risk, Powerlifters who work desk jobs, the use of the “McGill Big 3” and towards […]