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Episode 129-Tom Farrow, Arete Performance- Understanding Your Monitoring To Make an Impact

4/17/2018
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“It all comes back to stimulus adaptation, and it’s just finding that point with who ever you're working with where you can make a difference. What’s the level that they’re competing at, understanding that as deeply as you can, andn then just knowing what tools you have to make that a little bit harder a little bit easier, and just moving from there” Today we are joined by Tom Farrow to discuss training on multiple levels. Tom starts out breaking down the idea of “cultivating heroes” and how...

Duration:00:38:33

My Thoughts Monday #26-Jay DeMayo, University of Richmond- Can Your Plan B Be Your Plan A?

4/16/2018
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“Do you have these secondary and tertiary plans set if you’re not in a specific situation where it can be successful, it can be safe, it’s what the game demands for that student athlete at that present moment. Are those measures being taken care of prior so that you’re not scrambling and losing your mind, or losing a session because you don’t have Plan B prepared?” This My Thoughts Monday is brought to you by GymAware, the leading tool to measure your athlete’s weight room performance. Learn...

Duration:00:12:35

Throwback Thursday with 2013 Presenter Henk Kraaijenhof-All Things Training And Monitoring

4/12/2018
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I had the distinct fortune to sit down and interview 2013 Presenter Henk Kraaijenhof for a second time. During our discussion Henk dives into working with the "middle" versus the extremes in a team setting, specialized strength and specialized exercises, the "90% rule", technique work, and monitoring the training effects of athletes. Thank you to our readers who contributed questions. This is a 100 minute interview jam packed with information. I hope you enjoy it!

Duration:01:41:22

Episode 128-Dave Tate, EliteFTS.com- The Training and Coaching World

4/10/2018
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“There’s no modular homes when it comes to strength and conditioning. There’s just to many different interrelated parts that the only ones that we have true control of is what we know, and what we know we don’t know.” Today we are joined by EliteFTS.com's Dave Tate to discuss training and coaching. Dave starts out discussing how he got into using the dynamic effort method and where there are places that bands and chains can fit with lower level lifters. He then touches upon learning, and...

Duration:00:33:30

My Thoughts Monday #25-Mike Caro, Emory and Henry College- Pushing The Pace to Push Us Forward

4/9/2018
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“Just because we get accreditation or licensure or something like that passes and it has to be done in order for you to be a collegiate strength coach, well that doesn’t mean it will solve those problems, but I guarantee by sharing our information on how we run things, by looking at how we make due with limited recourses or what we do when we have an abundance of recourses to grow our program. That’s going to make this field go forward a lot better and a lot quicker with a lot more...

Duration:00:12:10

Throwback Thursday-Podcast With 2013 Presenter Henk Kraaijenhof on Athlete Preparation

4/5/2018
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I had the opportunity to sit down and talk with 2013 Seminar Presenter Henk Kraaijenhof on the preparation of athletes. Our 90 minute discussion covered topics ranging from team vs. individual training situations, adapting programming both based on sporting activity and athlete's ability, the mental aspect of training, and the technology he utilizes and how he utilizes it. I hope you enjoy! Enjoy the content? Then you should check out The Community! The Community is an extension of The...

Duration:01:42:10

Episode 127-Mike Rankin, Drexel University—Building Relationships and Athlete’s For Life

4/3/2018
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“When you talk about Athlete’s For Life you want to have consistency, your’e buying into the people that were providing you that shoulder to lean on and that advice for you to get better while you were here. If it basically recycled every year where was that relationship? How do yo build a relationship in a couple weeks? You don’t.” Today we are joined by Drexel University’s Mike Rankin discussing relationship building, not just with your athletes but how they’re continuing those...

Duration:00:30:58

My Thoughts Monday #24- Devan McConnell, UMASS Lowell-Training is Just a Supplement to Your Culture

4/2/2018
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“I think most of what we do in training is supplements, it’s supplementation.” 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 Devan McConnell joins us for another My Thoughts Monday to discuss supplementation. Devan breaks this down as not just the nutritional aspect but uses supplementation as a metaphor to...

Duration:00:16:17

Episode 126-Sam Portland, Ealing Trailfinders-Looking at Fatigue, and How the Playing Surface Impacts It

3/27/2018
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“What these variables are telling you is how you’re getting to the end product of that jump height essentially, and I think that’s where were we will find with the study, across different positions of rugby, especially sense it carters for a lot of different physical characteristics, that you’ll see how that will change from athlete to athlete.” Today we are joined by Ealing Trailfinders’ Sam Portland discussing his research on how playing surfaces impact fatigue in his rugby players....

Duration:00:40:20

My Thoughts Monday #23- Jay DeMayo, University of Richmond- Be Careful, We May Need The Hand That Feeds Us

3/26/2018
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“There’s been a lot of positives that have come not just for individual coaches, but for coaches in the profession as a whole because of our connections to specific sport coaches.” 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 For this weeks My Thoughts Monday I play devils advocate in the discussion as to...

Duration:00:12:06

Throwback Thursday-Friday with the Docs: A Podcast with Dr. Yessis

3/22/2018
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This edition of Throwback Thursday is a "Friday with the Doc's" with Dr. Yessis and I discussing his article “Is it athleticism or just excellent play?”. In the conversation we discuss the reasons behind the article, general training strategies and specific training strategies to help develop athlete's "athleticism" and skills. Enjoy the content? Then you should check out The Community! The Community is an extension of The Seminar providing EXCLUSIVE content from some of the best...

Duration:00:34:35

Episode 125-Scott Caulfield, Head Strength and Conditioning Coach and Coaching Education Manager NSCA Head Quarters-Pushing The Profession Forward.

3/20/2018
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“the engagement with our strength and conditioning coaches from high school through professional is growing right now, it’s the best I’ve seen it in my seven years here at the NSCA. It’s come from a commitment that the NSCA said ‘yeah we realize that we need to do better for the strength and conditioning coaches and we are going to do that.’” Today I am joined by the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach and Coaching Education Manager NSCA Head Quarters, Scott Caulfield to discuss projects...

Duration:00:30:16

My Thoughts Monday #22- Keir Wenham-Flatt, University of Richmond-Five Reasons To Implement The Minimal Dose

3/19/2018
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“It’s a fact that every new exercise, every amount of frequency, every amount of intensity, every amount of volume, has a limited ability to elicit adaptation within the athlete. Every time we use it we have begun on the path to reaching a point of zero return, or diminishing return.” 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:00:17:03

Episode 124-Dr. Steph Allen, Boston Physical Therapy and Wellness-New Conversations To Have Look At Female Athlete ACL Injuries

3/13/2018
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“Exposing an ACL ligament to estradiol in a petri dish type thing resulted in less collagen synthesis and less, what they call fibroblast proliferation. So it’s basically, both things are going to correlate to less tensile strength.” In this week’s edition of The Podcast I get to sit down and discuss Dr. Steph Allen and discuss ACL injuries in female athletes. After a brief introduction Dr. Allen shares with us the research she has been looking into. These two areas are the neuromuscular...

Duration:00:31:25

My Thoughts Monday #21-Jay DeMayo, University of Richmond-The Madness of the Endings In March

3/12/2018
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“We play to win but few receive a trophy. Take a look at your seniors, they are living trophies. Coaching is about winning but it is also about growing people. Be committed to the person that wears the jersey. Serving them through mentorship is the greatest reward of all." Matt Johnson via @StrengthCoachMJ on Twitter 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...

Duration:00:11:03

Episode 123: Brett Bartholomew, ArtOfCoaching.com -The Cold War Between The Art and Science

3/6/2018
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“If communication was easy, then why are do so many misunderstandings occur?” In this weeks edition of the podcast I get to sit down with 2017 Seminar presenter Brett Bartholomew and discuss the tug of war going on in the field when it comes to the “Art vs Science” debate. After a brief catch up Brett shares with us his latest project, Bought In. After we get through where the course came from and how it connects to the book we talk about how this course can be a huge positive for coaches....

Duration:00:35:31

My Thoughts Monday #20-Jay DeMayo, University of Richmond-Extra Workouts To Build Buy In

3/5/2018
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“What I am trying to do is get theses extra workout to have a little more ump, to have a little more pop. For them to be excited to do more. Because again, like Mike said, if all we are doing is what we are being asked to do we are doing the same as everybody else.” 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:00:12:20

Throwback Thursday, Interview with James Madison University's Olympic Sports High Performance Team

3/1/2018
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I had the great pleasure of having Dr. Christian Carter and Coach Willie Danzer on campus the other day to hang out and talk training. It was a great discussion for the afternoon. These guys are doing great things up in Harrisonburg, and I can’t thank them enough for coming down. This is the first (of hopefully many) discussions we will have here where we ask coaches the simple question: “What are you doing right now that you are excited about?” and “What do you do best?” This idea came to...

Duration:00:20:56

Episode 122-Tony Holler-Plainfield North High School- Herding Cats To Build Speed

2/27/2018
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“They’ve adopted the idea that I have that being tired is not the goal, being tired is the enemy. Once you start thinking like that you’ve drank the Kool-Aid, and all of a sudden kids will love your program. You’ll get every kid out, and they’ll be ready to play or ready to run.” In this weeks edition of The Podcast we sit down and talk speed development with Tony Holler. Tony is a chemistry teacher, football coach, track coach in Illinois, and writer. Coach Holler starts out by sharing...

Duration:00:37:00

My Thoughts Monday #19-Chris Hays, University of Louisville-Work Life Balance

2/26/2018
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“We need to take care of ourselves first, not selfishly, not even considering the idea of being selfish or not willing to put in the work. We need to take care of ourselves first so we can take care of our athlete’s even better.” This weeks My Thoughts Monday, Louisville’s Chris Hays reviews a letter that he wrote at the end of this tenure at George Washington University. This letter lead to a good friend “calling him out” for what he was doing. He asks the question as to how much this...

Duration:00:13:40

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