Krush Performance: Great Human Feats, NHL Goaltenders, & Saving Our Athletes


This week on Krush Performance, we talk with registered psychologist John Stevenson of Zone Performance about his work with some of the NHL’s top goaltenders. It is a very unique and challenging position and there are things we can all learn from these top performers.

Then. we are joined by Mike Frostad, Assistant Athletic Trainer of the Atlanta Braves, to discuss injuries in sport, athlete development, the impact of specialization, and a very important conference he is involved in as we collectively look for ways to save our athletes.

Finally, it’s our the Krush Question of the Day, inspired by the first sub two hour marathon run:

What is the next great human feat you would like to see conquered?

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