This page collects favorite videos, podcasts, and articles chosen by the University of Florida APK team. Many of these feature UF professors and students sharing insights into the profession they love. This page is updated regularly — bookmark it and check in again soon!
These clips feature UF alumni and fitness professionals presenting evidence-based practices that improve lives and maximize athletic performance.
Jody Hale, M.S. APK/Human Performance
Spencer Thomas, ATC, CSCS, CES, PES
Mollie Brewer, MS, CPSS
Katie Mess, DMA, NASM-CES
Browse these faculty-selected YouTube channels to find useful explanations and information that keeps you in the know.
A collection of evidence-based knowledge for sport science professionals interested in improving performance and fitness.
Interviews, webinars, and contributions from members of the world’s largest professional sports, exercise, and fitness organization.
Information for personal trainers and other fitness professionals who want to improve their careers and their clients’ lives.
Resources on mental performance and mental health for those participating in exercise and sports, as well as in performing arts, business, and rehabilitation.
Exercise demonstrations for rehabilitation and prevention, plus interviews with CSP members from the United Kingdom’s largest physiotherapist organization.
Dozens of playlists on topics such as health at different life stages, environmental health and safety, protecting patient data, and fighting health misinformation.
Mike is the former head strength and conditioning coach at Boston University and his channel provides hundreds of exercise demos and training ideas.
Dan is a strength coach and former Olympian with videos on training and programming, plus thousands of “Dan John Answers” that tackle FAQs in less than ten minutes.
FMS is known for its movement tests and assessments so it makes sense that their channel features a mix of exercise demos, expert interviews, and case studies focused on lifelong mobility.
These videos explain difficult concepts clearly within the realms of medical anatomy, embryology, neuroscience, and histology.
Two physical therapists answer common questions about getting fit and staying healthy, all while continuing their quest to be the “Most Famous Physical Therapists on the Internet.”
Whether you’re at home or on the move, queue up these podcasts to stay up to date on the world of health and human performance.
Host: Joel Smith, a NCAA Division I Strength Coach and former track athlete
Topics: athletes, coaching, strength and conditioning, sport psychology, training
Host: Michael Sahno, a Navy/Army veteran currently earning his master’s in applied physiology and kinesiology at the University of Florida
Topics: athletes, nutrition, motivation, science, strength and conditioning
UF connection: Check out episode six, “5 Fitness Myths w/Univ. of Florida’s Dr. Blain Harrison”
Topics: athletes, careers, coaching, college sports, pro sports, strength and conditioning
Topics: aging, athletes, coaching, health, interviews, nutrition, pain management, strength and conditioning, training, youth sports
Host: Dan Abrahams, a sport psychologist
Topics: athletes, data, leadership, mental health, pro sports, science, sport psychology, youth sports
Host: Aaron Horschig, a physical therapist and strength & conditioning coach
Topics: athletes, physiology, programming, science, strength and conditioning, rehab, technique, training
Topics: athletes, data, news, OT, programming, rehab, science, strength and conditioning, youth sports
Host: Michael Boyle, a strength and conditioning coach
Topics: athletes, business, coaching, nutrition, programming, rehab, strength and conditioning, training, youth sports
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