On this episode, we talk with Colin Iwanski - the sports psychologist for USAW. The mental game is such a crucial part of performing and competing at a high level - whether that's sports or business or life. The mental edge can take some lifters from average to world class - so listen in as Colin breaks it all down for us.
On this episode, we talk with one of the best coaches in weightlifting - Danny Camargo. He's most known for coaching the popular Mattie Rogers, and Danny opens up in this podcast about the dark times when he and Mattie didn't get along. But more importantly, Danny shares how their relationship was strengthened and what he learned as a coach.
On this episode, we talk with Swede Burns - the creator of the incredibly popular 5th Set Methodology. We discuss the importance of a long-term view in powerlifting - and of course we talk a ton about programming to pack on muscle and dominate the lifts.
On this episode, we are joined by Dr. David Brown - the head coach of the Team USA Weightlifting in the Youth Olympics. We talk about losing fat while gaining strength, how he trains his record-breaking weightlifter daughter, and tons of general advice on programming and coaching.
On this episode, we talk to YouTube superstar Elliott Hulse. He started a successful gym, built an amazing YouTube channel, and now he's turning his sights on teaching others to be strength coaches earning six figures a year.
In this episode, we talk with Jeremy Augusta of BarbellJobs.com. He lets us know about the exciting trends in the fitness industry and how to position yourself for a high paid career as a powerlifting, weightlifting, or CrossFit coach.
On this episode, we sit down with Scott Caulfield - the head strength coach from the National Strength and Conditioning Association. So listen in as we talk about how to get hockey players strong, how to make it as a strength coach, and some big changes that are coming to the strength industry.
Travis Mash had the opportunity to talk with Dr. Stuart McGill during research for "Pulling Science." Here's what Dr. McGill had to say about how goes about determining what footwear an athlete should use for the pull - and where they should focus their gaze.
Travis Mash had the opportunity to talk with Dr. Stuart McGill during research for "Pulling Science." Here's what Dr. McGill had to say about how goes about finding the perfect cues for athletes in the pull.