This episode features Dan Lewindon. Dan is the Head of Performance Science and Medicine for the LTA (National Governing Body of Tennis in the UK). Responsible for the leadership, management, and integration of sports science and medicine in support of elite players, coaches, and performance programs. His role also includes the development of research and innovation strategies and partnerships associated with health and performance. Dan sits on a number of external governance and advisory groups in elite sports. Prior to Tennis, Dan worked for 13 years in professional Rugby, 7 of which as the Senior Team Physiotherapist for England, where he was responsible for player recovery, injury prevention, and rehabilitation and pitch-side support for 75 test matches and 2 world cups. Dan holds postgraduate Masters degrees in both Sports Medicine and Exercise Science and is the co-editor and contributing author of 2 internationally best-selling textbooks, High-Performance Training For Sports and Sports Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation. Above all his accomplishments he is a husband and a father of two little girls!