Our guest today is Dr. Rami Hashish, and we are discussing a whole lot of topics surrounding high-level human performance, injury prevention, and how to age well.
Dr. Hashish is the founder of the National Biomechanics Institute, and has a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Washington School of Medicine and a PhD in Biomechanics from the University of Southern California. He has published more than 50 peer-reviewed publications and conference presentations, holds multiple patents, serves on the review board for various national and international medical and engineering journals, and sits on a global committee for spine and brain injury.
Dr. Rami is also really passionate about the topics we discuss today, which makes this not just a really informative conversation, but a really fun one, too.
TOPICS & TIMES:
- Founding the National Biomechanics Institute (1:38)
- CTE in outdoor sports (10:45)
- Helmets & Accelerometers (15:38)
- Age & high-level performance (27:14)
- Active Recovery (34:24)
- The “Mismatched Theory” (38:01)
- Standing desks & our work routines (44:58)
1 comment on “Dr. Rami Hashish on Optimizing Athletic Performance, Aging Well, & Rethinking Work (Ep.174)”
Insightful, useful, motivating! Thanks Jonathan.