Get Back with Dombek: Episode 12 – Loudoun United Soccer Star, Hometown Hero Sammy Sergi

  Samson “Sammy” Sergi is a product of Broad Run High School in Ashburn, Virginia, where he played football and soccer. From a young age, his goal was to play at a professional level, and at 25, he can say that he has accomplished this goal. In fact, his first time playing was five minutes…

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Get Back with Dombek Episode 11: Taylor Clarke – Broad Run High School to the Majors

  When Taylor Clarke was in college, he was faced with the two words that no pitcher ever wants to hear: “Tommy John”. Taylor and I worked to prevent the injury, but when he finally went under the knife to repair the ligaments in his pitching elbow, he was faced with an even steeper hill…

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GBWD Episode 10, Part 1: Jan Dommerholt – Dry Needling, Deferred Pain, and Acupuncture

  Jan Dommerholt believes he is very lucky, and his expertise in dry needling and referred pain is a matter of circumstance. While practicing at a hospital in Washington, DC in the late 1980s, he decided to sit in on a workshop by renowned White House physician Janet Travell. Three-and-a-half hours later, and after a…

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GBWD Episode 9: Kimberly Hubert – There’s No Crying in Soccer

  “There’s no crying in soccer.” Those were the words of Kimberly Hubert’s mother one day when she found her daughter on the soccer field on the verge of tears. Her parents always pushed her to be tough, so this was nothing new. “You know what?” she thought. “You’re right.” Kimberly Hubert is a division…

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GBWD Episode 8: Brennan Saulnier The trials and tribulations of a small town hockey player to budding NHL player

  According to the Book Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell, Brennan Saulnier was born with the wrong birthday and from the wrong part of Canada.  He was cut from his major midget hockey team because he was too small and was forced to simply play high school hockey.   He traveled from tiny Halifax Nova Scotia across…

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GBWD Episode 7: Seth Kaplan Part 3 What is the difference between being injured vs. hurt & the role psychology plays in recovery?

  This week’s podcast is the final portion with Seth Kaplan, M.Ed. the CEO and Director of Peak Performance for Corporate Warrior Consulting (CWC) and Elite Performance Coaching (EPC). In Episode 7 we dive into what it means to be injured versus hurt and the role psychology plays in recovery and that final push to return to play.…

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Get Back With Dombek Episode 5 : Female Hockey Star and Protagonist for the Gender Pay Gap in Women’s Sports Jillian Saulnier

Today’s guest on the GBWDP is Seth Kaplan, M.Ed. who is the CEO and Director of Peak Performance for Corporate Warrior Consulting (CWC) and Elite Performance Coaching (EPC). Currently, Kaplan provides the Corporate Warrior Peak Performance Program and Adaptive Leadership Program for Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR).  In addition, he is recognized as one of the leading Mental Conditioning/Golf Psychology Coaches in…

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Get Back With Dombek Episode 4: Seth Kaplan M.Ed, Sports Psychologist Part 1

Today’s guest on the GBWDP is Seth Kaplan, M.Ed. who is the CEO and Director of Peak Performance for Corporate Warrior Consulting (CWC) and Elite Performance Coaching (EPC). Currently, Kaplan provides the Corporate Warrior Peak Performance Program and Adaptive Leadership Program for Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR).  In addition, he is recognized as one of the leading Mental Conditioning/Golf Psychology Coaches in…

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Are you and your kids bored of doing the same exercise routine? Try It’s Easy as ABC Workout: 26 Exercises for You and Your Kids

@Aidppt_ashburn @hessan8r @andrewdombek, and Dr. Sara White teamed up with Blogger Sarah Hood@SaraLoveStyle to perform the It’s Easy as ABC Workout: 26 Exercises for You and Your Kids. This workout requires no equipment just a little space, some imagination (possibly) , and you! Tunes are included! There are no breaks so try and keep up…

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