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Latest News

Episode 94-Matt DeLancey, University of Florida, What Connects Culture to Training and Vice Versa

In today’s edition of The Podcast University of Florida’s Assistant Director of Strength and Conditioning Matt DeLancey joins us to discuss training and culture join us. Matt starts out by discussing what’s truly important to developing the culture not just within the individual team but with the athlete and the staff as a whole. He […]

The Drew Review: The Olympian Manual for Strength and Size: Blue Print from the World’s Greatest Coach by Anatoliy P. Bondarchuk


“It is a requisite to first develop general strength and only afterward- specialize.” -A. P. Bondarchuk With a title such as this you can expect some serious stuff to be laid out within its content, and I was not disappointed. The Olympian Manual is suited for coaches or athletes in the speed strength realm, which […]

Episode 93-ONNIT Academy, Cristian Plascencia and Shane Heins: Education for Human Optimization

In today’s edition of The Podcast we are discussing training and human optimization with ONNIT Academy’s Cristian Plascencia and Shane Heins. We start out with discussing the origin and development of the academy and how it can help coaches assist in the development of their athletes. We then get into the ideas of durability and […]

PLAE Swim X Lab Talk


THE DREW REVIEW: Astrophysics for People in a Hurry by Neil DeGrasse Tyson


“The day our knowledge of the cosmos ceases to expand, we risk regressing to the childish view that the universe figuratively and literally revolves around us.” -N. D. Tyson Have you ever looked at the night time sky and wondered what is out there or what is it that you are actually seeing? Astrophysics for […]

Episode 92-Chris Korfist: Training for Transfer and RPR

In today’s edition of The Podcast we discuss training for transfer with Chris Korfist. Chris shares with us his methods, what he see’s to have carry over to speed, where the idea’s came from, where you can find more info (http://slowguyspeedschool.com/), and then we finish talking a git about RPR (https://www.reflexiveperformance.com/). We also discuss the […]

Episode 91: Round Table at NSCA National with Buddy Morris, Brett Bartholomew, Cal Dietz, Anthony Piroli, Keenan Robinson, and Dr. Bryan Mann.

This was a Facebook live talk from NSCA National in Las Vegas with Buddy Morris, Brett Bartholomew, Cal Dietz, Anthony Piroli, Keenan Robinson, and Dr. Bryan Mann just sharing and talking with each other on all things training. Sit back and enjoy the stories and the great information that comes with them. This is one […]

Episode 90-Carl Valle, SimplyFaster.com: Measuring Performance

In today’s edition of The Podcast, Carl Valle of SimplyFaster.com stops by to discuss measuring performance. He starts out sharing his thoughts on where we can start looking to help figure out ways to start measuring performance, it’s limitations, and where he can see things possibly be better. We then get into how simplyfaster.com can […]

Episode 89-Dr. Eamonn Flanagan, Irish Institute of Sport-A New View of The 40

Today the lead strength and conditioning coach at the Irish Institute of Sport, Dr. Eamonnn Flanagan joins us to discuss a different way to look at sprinting scores with athletes. We start out where the idea came from and how it can change how you look at how your athlete’s sprint times impact training and […]

Episode 88-Daniel Martinez, ForceDecks: More to Force Plates Than Just F=MA

Today we are discussing force plates and ForceDecks with Daniel Martinez in this episode of The Podcast. Starting out Daniel shares the direction that looking at force plates can help drive decisions for training based on his own and others research. We then discuss his recommendations for where coaches can start to look at force […]

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