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Episode 117: Tim DiFrancesco: Focusing on the Task at Hand Separates the Great from the Good.

“Your assessment, really, is never going to stop with us. We are assessing you as we see how you respond to the dosing and to the prescription of exercise that we give you.” Today we are joined by Tim DiFrancesco discussing working and learning in NBA, building a business, and relationships. After a brief intro […]

My Thoughts Monday #14: Katlyn Haycock, University of Michigan-The Goal Should Always Be Perfection

“Even if the perfection isn’t attained the outcome is decidedly better than just ‘good enough’” This weeks edition of My Thoughts Monday is brought to us by Michigan’s Katlyn Haycock. Katlyn discusses with us Jon Bowers TED talk (check it out here: https://www.ted.com/talks/jon_bowers_we_should_aim_for_perfection_and_stop_fearing_failure) on perfection that hit home with her. In the talk there are […]

Flashback Friday-Joel Jamieson, 2012: Managing the Training Process

If you have ever had questions about how to use different modes of athlete monitoring in your program to drive decisions then this is the talk you’ve been looking for! “Some is good, more is probably better, and too much is bad. That’s really what it comes down to in the long run. The question […]

Throwback Thursday with Mike Robertson discussing “What is Corrective Exercise?”

This edition of Throwback Thursday brings us back to a discussion with Mike Robertson talking about his write up: “What is Corrective Exercise?”  In this lead up to The 2012 Seminar, Mike dives into his definition of corrective exercise and how he came up with it.  He also discusses the role of corrective exercise in programming, assessment, utilizing […]

Transitioning To Fewer Resources-Sean Brown

This is my first contribution to CVASP. Relatively new to the profession, I’ve wrestled with what I could possibly contribute of any substance. Many things have run through my mind, and constantly ringing in my ears is a statement often echoed by veteran performance coaches everywhere I’ve been thus far. It goes something along the […]


Today I am excited to announce our fourth presenter for The 2018 Seminar, Chris Korfist. Chris has been a guest on the podcast and a regular contributor to on simplifaster.com. Along with his coaching duties, Chris has been educating coaches though his yearly event Track Football Consortium in Illinois, and his website Slow Guy Speed School. Tie in his […]

Episode 116: Mike Bewley: How a Personal Litmus Test Truly Enhanced His Program

“To me, that’s the ultimate Litmus Test. If you got something in your weight room, or you have some sort of mantra. Go to your kids and say “can you recite that? And more importantly can you define it?” If they can’t, it’s an opportunity for you to step back and say, “ok, how strong […]

My Thoughts Monday #13-Jake Jensen, Considerations for Athlete Tracking

“When you quantify something like sports, you have to understand that the statistical measure of how that quantifiable number relates to the sport needs to be done by someone who understands statistical measures.” This week’s My Thoughts Monday brings the return of The Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for Eisbaren Hockey Club, Berlin, Germany, Jake […]

Flashback Friday-Mike Robertson,2012-Corrective Exercise Fact vs. Fiction

“Too often, people assume stability is strength, and that’s not necessarily the case. A lot of times stability is just being able to put your body in the right position to demonstrate strength. So being able to control motion is a lot different than being able to produce it.” IFAST’s Mike Robertson breaks down the […]

The Not So Confusing Guide To Sports Science-Max Schmarzo

At times, the term “sports science” feels so vague and ambiguous, that regardless of what organized attempts you make to integrate sports science, you will always fall short in capturing the whole picture. As a matter of fact, that is 100% correct. Regardless of what you do, what you think you do, or what you […]

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