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Episode 146-Ryan Banta, Parkway Central High School- Athlete Dependent Training Take Patience

8/14/2018
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“Anytime you have an absolute you’re absolutely wrong.” This episode of The Podcast is brought to you by Exxentric, the makers of the kBox and kPulley. Exxentric is the world leader in fly wheel training technology providing multiple pieces to fit your budget and needs to better serve your athletes. North American customers looking for more info should contact Andreas at andreas.ahlstrom@exxentric.com or 503-739-139. All others, or to learn more about the kBox, kPulley and flywheel training,...

Duration:00:39:29

My Thoughts Monday #44- Jay DeMayo- Educate, Be Flexible, or Stop Doing It

8/13/2018
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“You have to work harder, you have to find a solution, and not make an excuse.” This My Thoughts Monday is brought to you by GymAware, the leading tool to measure your athlete’s weight room performance. Learn more about “The Rolls Royce” of bar velocity monitoring here: https://kinetic.com.au/gymaware.html In this weeks My Thoughts Monday I share a conversation I recently had about how sport coaches are looking at monitoring, the analogy used, and how we can better the situation. Enjoy the...

Duration:00:13:04

Episode 145-Bruce Babashan, yourcornerman.com - The Development of Training in The Fight Game

8/7/2018
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“The strength and conditioning coach is the culture builder” This episode of The Podcast is brought to you by Exxentric, the makers of the kBox and kPulley. Exxentric is the world leader in fly wheel training technology providing multiple pieces to fit your budget and needs to better serve your athletes. North American customers looking for more info should contact Andreas at andreas.ahlstrom@exxentric.com or 503-739-139. All others, or to learn more about the kBox, kPulley and flywheel...

Duration:00:35:14

My Thoughts Monday #42-Jay DeMayo University of Richmond- Why Use A Conditioning Test?

8/6/2018
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“If it’s important to test it you damn well better get better at it otherwise what are you testing for?” This My Thoughts Monday is brought to you by GymAware, the leading tool to measure your athlete’s weight room performance. Learn more about “The Rolls Royce” of bar velocity monitoring here: https://kinetic.com.au/gymaware.html In this weeks My Thoughts Monday I share some thoughts on conditioning tests, evaluations used, and what the goals, in my mind, should be of using these physical...

Duration:00:10:30

Episode 144-Jake Jensen, Eisbären Berlin-Classifying Exercises In Team Sports

7/31/2018
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“If it’s not making you confident that they’re going to score more goals or get more yards then it’s not as specific as you think” This episode of The Podcast is brought to you by Exxentric, the makers of the kBox and kPulley. Exxentric is the world leader in fly wheel training technology providing multiple pieces to fit your budget and needs to better serve your athletes. North American customers looking for more info should contact Andreas at andreas.ahlstrom@exxentric.com or...

Duration:00:22:51

My Thoughts Monday #41-Sean Fantuzzi, University of North Dakota- The Importance of Training Partners

7/30/2018
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“The general benefits of having a training partner are they keep you accountable, they make you push harder, they make you go harder, they challenge you to do more than you signed up for and that’s a good thing.” This My Thoughts Monday is brought to you by GymAware, the leading tool to measure your athlete’s weight room performance. Learn more about “The Rolls Royce” of bar velocity monitoring here: https://kinetic.com.au/gymaware.html In this weeks My Thoughts Monday we are joined by...

Duration:00:11:23

Episode 143-Jeff Moyer, DC Sports Training- Looking at Key Movements

7/24/2018
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“What are the force producing actions and then what are the joint actions that require the most energy in the body? We talk a lot about energy expenditure but what are the ones that require the most?” This episode of The Podcast is brought to you by Exxentric, the makers of the kBox and kPulley. Exxentric is the world leader in fly wheel training technology providing multiple pieces to fit your budget and needs to better serve your athletes. North American customers looking for more info...

Duration:00:23:50

My Thoughts Monday #40-Jay DeMayo, University of Richmond- Monitor to Help Training First, Readiness

7/23/2018
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“You would think that when the kids are constantly seeing performance improvements that they’re just going to go along with the program, but that’s not necessarily the case all the time.” This My Thoughts Monday is brought to you by GymAware, the leading tool to measure your athlete’s weight room performance. Learn more about “The Rolls Royce” of bar velocity monitoring here: https://kinetic.com.au/gymaware.html In this weeks My Thoughts Monday I follow up on Episode 38 discussing how we...

Duration:00:14:03

Episode 142-Dana Santas, mobilitymaker.com- A Voyage of Amazing Lessons From Real state, to Yoga, to the Dugout and Squared Circle

7/17/2018
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“We go into this thinking that we’ve got some of the answers, only to find out maybe there are different answers. Maybe there are different questions. ” We are joined by Dana Santas today discussing her unique voyage to becoming the go to person in the world of professional sports when it comes to mobility work and teaching athletes how to breath better. We start out discussing her background, the role of work life balance and how she has found it, and how she got to be The Mobility Maker....

Duration:00:40:57

My Thoughts Monday #39-Jay DeMayo, University of Richmond- Monitor to Help Training First

7/16/2018
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“What I did wrong was how I communicated that, and it was basically taken as we can never do X and Y, so yeah, that was a screw up, and I did that wrong, and it was part of the downfall for it. I think that if we would have kept it to the monitoring heart rate for caloric expenditure to make sure that these guys didn’t wither away in season I think we’d still be doing it, and it’s something that we would have been able to expand upon in a greater positive sense and allow it to continue to...

Duration:00:11:21

Episode 141-Martin Bingisser, HMMR Media- From The Circle to The Pitch and Back

7/10/2018
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“That’s the one thing that’s the killer, if you’re athletes get injured it’s not just one step back it’s two-three steps back. A lot of times that can come from overloading athletes or putting to much emphasis on max strength. I think max strength plays a role, it plays a role in every sport, but it’s not that difficult to get, especially over the long term.” Today I have to pleasure of talking training with Martin Bingisser. After a brief intro Martin shares with us his latest project,...

Duration:00:33:22

My Thoughts Monday #38-Jay DeMayo, University of Richmond- Let’s Not Make Our Pyramids Trapezoids

7/9/2018
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“What we don’t know is if building a bigger base is if building a bigger base is actually going to allow the pyramid to be higher, or if all we’re doing is building a bigger base and making it go from a triangle or a pyramid, to a trapezoid.” This My Thoughts Monday is brought to you by GymAware, the leading tool to measure your athlete’s weight room performance. Learn more about “The Rolls Royce” of bar velocity monitoring here: https://kinetic.com.au/gymaware.html In this weeks My...

Duration:00:11:06

Episode 140-Matt VanDyke, University of Texas- Actually Applying Sport Science

7/3/2018
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“When I talk with people, with other strength staffs, athletic training, or nutrition, it’s planting little seeds of discussion to kind of grow upon and then we start to tie a lot of our systems in based on their approach to what the end goal is.” Today we are joined by University of Texas, Associate Director of Applied Sports Science, Matt VanDyke. After an overview of where he’s been, his writings, and how he got to Texas Matt dives into how how relationships have driven him in both...

Duration:00:32:18

Episode 189 My Thoughts Monday #37-Jay DeMayo, University of Richmond- Readiness, or Trainability? What’s Our Role?

7/2/2018
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“If we were looking at their ability to be trained, their trainability, their actual ability to be able to handle and adapt to stress at that present moment. Then is there the possibility that MAYBE their readiness would be at a better state when you need it to be?” This My Thoughts Monday is brought to you by GymAware, the leading tool to measure your athlete’s weight room performance. Learn more about “The Rolls Royce” of bar velocity monitoring here: https://kinetic.com.au/gymaware.html...

Duration:00:11:47

Episode 139-Loren Landow, Denver Bronco’s and Landow Performance- The 20 Second Move

6/26/2018
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“You have to be fluid and you have to ask a lot of really good questions.” Today we are joined by Denver Broncos strength coach and Landow Performance Loren Landow. After a quick run down of how Loren got to the Bronco’s we get into the transition from the private sector and combine prep to working in The National Football League, what new challenges he sees and what parts are similar. Next, Loren shares with us some of the work he’s done with Mixed Martial Artists, and discusses his role...

Duration:00:35:14

My Thoughts Monday #36-Jay DeMayo, University of Richmond-An Example of Podcasts Helping Me With My Athletes

6/25/2018
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“I think that having that chip on your shoulder, especially at our level, when you’re not getting McDonalds All-Americans, when you’re not getting the 4 star, 5 star guys that are automatically going to have some sort of pro career that need to work that need to develop that need to have some sort of kick in the butt at times to to get to where they need to go.” This My Thoughts Monday is brought to you by GymAware, the leading tool to measure your athlete’s weight room performance. Learn...

Duration:00:12:11

Episode 138-Justin Kavanaugh, Sport and Speed Institute- Sniffing Out The B.S.

6/19/2018
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“I’m a big believer in intent matters the most. We aren’t judged on our intent, we are judged on our actions, but the intention is what’s going to maintain the relationship for a long period of time. Because even if, for some reason, you’re working with somebody and it doesn’t work out, if your intention was only to help or your intention was always positive then you’ll always be able to fall back on the fact that you did right by them. Maybe the end result wasn’t what you wanted but at...

Duration:00:36:10

My Thoughts Monday #35-Jay DeMayo, University of Richmond-Stay Off Other People’s Lawns

6/18/2018
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“We gotta remember is there’s a chance, that that person who’s owning or running or working at that business, that gym or whatever they train people out of, they have to sell that to that kid. So, we need to understand that we need to be more open to talk to those people so we know the language they were speaking with those kids before they came to us.” This My Thoughts Monday is brought to you by GymAware, the leading tool to measure your athlete’s weight room performance. Learn more...

Duration:00:14:44

Episode 137-Nate Harvey, EliteFTS- Paying Our Dues To Get Paid What?

6/12/2018
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“From the top down it’s messed up, I mean, what other profession do you need to have a masters degree and 2 years experience to start out at 12,000 a year.” Today we are joined by Nate Harvey of EliteFTS.com to talk about training. Nate starts out by sharing with us how he got into training at a young age, and how EliteFTS had an impact on him as an athlete, and how his voyage as a coach has led him to working for EliteFTS. We then discuss the learning experiences he has had as a coach and...

Duration:00:34:26

My Thoughts Monday #34-Jay DeMayo, University of Richmond- Staying In Our Professional Lane

6/11/2018
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“You do need to stay in your lane because traffic always flows better when people aren’t going in and out of lanes, BUT you have to know what’s going on in those other lanes because if they need help in one of those lanes from you, you need to be able to change lanes and move over there to help them.” This My Thoughts Monday is brought to you by GymAware, the leading tool to measure your athlete’s weight room performance. Learn more about “The Rolls Royce” of bar velocity monitoring here:...

Duration:00:13:06