Leave Your Mark

Leave Your Mark

Welcome to Leave Your Mark. This podcast is all about learning how our guests, high achievers who are also great people, have been influenced by their environments, experiences, and others, and how they in turn are leaving their mark on the world at large. Join us as we look inside the lives of amazing people. Website: www.LYMLab.com The host, Scott Livingston has been in the world of human performance for thirty-five years. During that time he's trained, rebuilt, and supported the performance of some of the best athletes in the world. He's worked in the biggest performance environments and seen what it takes to be the best in the world. Follow him on:Instagram @KingopainTwitter @BuiltbyscottFacebook PC page Scott G LivingstonLinkedIn @ Scott Livingston#LeaveYourMark #aHighPerformingLife #MpwrU #ReconditioningRevolution

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May 17, 2022 81 min

This EP is a performance conversation with three of Canada's leading performance nutrition practitioners.  Dana Lis is located in Lake Tahoe now and does a great deal of work with the Sacramento Kings and Golden State Warriors and elite tour cycling in Europe. Jen Sygo is in Toronto and has consulted with the Toronto Maple Leafs and was a part of the championship season with the Raptors, both are registered dieticians and sport...

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Nick is currently the Programs Director for ALTIS.  ALTIS is an elite training environment for athletes and a global leader in the provision of education for sports performance.  Nick is in charge of building education and training resources that share ALTIS experiences and extend their processes to the performance community at large. The complexity of managing both the Performance and health of athletes is at the heart of the ALTI...

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In this EP I speak with Hannah Roediger-Day a business owner/entrepreneur in the health & neuro space. Hannah takes foundational health & high-performance protocols and combines them with applied neurology, positive psychology, emotion code, yoga, human design, and behavioral science to create personal freedom for her clients - physically, emotionally, and mentally. Her own story of injury, healing, and self-discovery is th...

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In this EP I talk with Ivi Casagrande. Ivi is a high-performance consultant currently serving as a Technical Expert Consultant for FIFA and UEFA. Ivi is also part of the Human Performance Council for Under Armour.  Ivi started her coaching career as a Performance Coach for the Women’s Soccer program at Bowling Green State University, before joining Redline Athletics as their Director of Sports Performance and a Network Sports Scien...

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This week's EP features an NHL Veteran Therapist, Curtis Bell. Curtis is currently the Director of Sports Performance for the Pittsburgh Penguins of the National Hockey League. He began his career in hockey with the Flint Generals of the Colonial Hockey League and then went on to work for the Lightning, Devils, and Panthers until 2008.  He took a sabbatical of sorts from the league working in an ortho clinic, and then for the E...

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This EP features an innovative performance practitioner, Chris Gaviglio. Chris has been involved with Elite sport for over 20 years working across multiple Winter and Summer Olympic sports and professional football codes in both the northern hemisphere with Bath Rugby, and the southern hemisphere with Queensland "Maroons" Rugby League team, the Wallabies of the Australian National Rugby Union, and the Gold Coast SUNS of the...

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EP 261 is the fourth anniversary EP of LYM. We are proud of what we have accomplished at the podcast, and we've learned a lot from our guests over these past four years.  In this episode, I share with you six of the key learnings I've acquired through all the listening I've done these past four years. It's been an amazing ride, and I can't wait for four more! Check out our LYM Caps at www.LYMlab.com today and yo...

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Rhonda is a physiotherapist and athletic therapist currently working in private practice with Craven Sports Services in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. She has been the therapist of the Canadian Women’s National Basketball team and the Head Therapist for the University of Saskatchewan Huskies for 21 years.  She has been in high-level Canadian sports for much of her career and has been a mentor and educator to countless young performance p...

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March 22, 2022 62 min

This EP features Phil Poirier who is a bit of a living legend in my neck of the woods. He was a part of bringing the freestyle life to skiing. Growing up watching the snowboard revolution, he and a group of other locals began to play in the snowpark against all odds, adopted twin tip skis, and created a new genre of skiing.  His story is rich and full and I wanted more than just local peeps to hear it.  Enjoy!

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EP 258 out tomorrow is a comebacker with one of my good friends and peers, Doctor Matt Jordan!  The good doctor and I talk about life, growth, navigating change, how to balance science with practice, and a whole bunch of other stuff.  These are the conversations I put on repeat because there are always new nuggets to glean from each time I listen.  It's what I love about podcasting, it's what I love doing. I hope you get so...

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In this EP Mike Potenza, the President of the Strength and Conditioning Coaches of Professional Hockey (SCAPH) and Lead of Performance for the San Jose Sharks and I chat about all things professional development.  Our experiences, formal, informal, conferences, mentorship, and life.  It's a great conversation to preface the work we are doing this year to bring the community of hockey performance people together in one place to ...

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This EP features Justin Roethlingshoefer.  Justin has worked with many professional athletes and leaders in the world of business. He is an Amazon best-selling author for his books: Intent, Blueprint, and the Own It Manual. They focused on peak performance, human optimization, and applying data and testing to create personalized blueprints. After completing his MS in Sports Performance and Human Biology, Justin sought out post-grad...

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EP 255 of the LYM podcast is a combo session with my friend and colleague Mark Fitzgerald.  Mark is one of Canada's leaders in the field of athletic performance.  He has a special affinity to hockey, having trained many developmental and elite players, and having served as the Lead of Performance for the Anaheim Ducks. This conversation sets the table for his workshop at this year's IHPS where he will dive deep into how to ...

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This EP features a FIFA World Cup football referee, and the Director & Lead Facilitator of Holistic Leadership and Development Consultancy, Matt Conger. Pre-pandemic, Matt refereed full-time between the Chinese Super League, Saudi MBS Pro League, ISPS Handa Premiership (NZ), and OFC and FIFA competitions. Alongside active refereeing, he is passionate about developing the holistic capability of referees from the grassroots to th...

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This EP is my meanderings around the idea of the Olympics. What it should mean for us, instead of what it seems it has become. We should celebrate the effort and opportunity to be on that stage, exposed and open to the possibilities. Instead, we focus too often on winning and losing, and on the judgment we so often prescribe.  Enjoy!

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February 15, 2022 79 min

This EP features Duff Gibson. In 1989, having completed his undergrad at Western, Duff Gibson moved to Calgary to earn his master’s degree in kinesiology at the University of Calgary and begin a twenty-five-year journey in high-performance sport.  As an athlete, Duff was a provincial champion speed skater, a national champion and national team member in bobsleigh, and then a world and Olympic gold medallist in the sport of skeleton...

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This EP features Dayna Del Val who works with people through weekend retreats, one on one coaching, and her writing and speaking to inspire and motivate people to shake up their day-to-day to find what’s beyond their current reality, to get comfortable being uncomfortable and to articulate, and create a tangible plan of action and pursue their next dream. Dayna and her husband Dr. Mazz Marry host a twice-weekly Livestream called Da...

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This EP features Les Gramntik, an internationally recognized leader in coaching speed and power. He has over 50 years of experience in coaching in the countries of Romania, Israel, and most significantly in Canada. He’s been an athletic and development consultant for hockey, football, synchronized swimming, bobsleigh, and professional golf. He has also served as an Education program developer, university lecturer, and sought-after ...

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Stu has been the vision behind the organization Youth Leadership Camps Canada (YLCC) since it began in 1992. For the last thirty years, Stu has put his heart and soul into building a world-class summer camp and leadership development program that is now YLCC.  Since 1991, he has traveled through North America and Europe speaking to thousands of schools of every level, many organizations, and over 3 million people. Stu has worked wi...

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EP 248 features the Senior Director of Applied Neuroscience at EXOS, Chris Bertram.  Chris is also an Associate Professor at the University of the Fraser Valley (UFV).  Chris specializes in creating environments that are designed to maximize learning, build resilience, and optimize performance under pressure. His academic and professional focus is in the area of skill acquisition and flow state with an emphasis on the nature of exp...

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