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The importance of weight training can often be over-looked or not viewed as an essential component of training.  Additionally, we are still waiting for strength training in the early stages to be appropriately implemented on a wide-spread scale.  What does this mean for the collegiate strength and conditioning coach, though?  The combination of these two […]

Episode 121-Dr. Zach Gabor-Boston Physical Therapy and Wellness-Communicating Around Pain

“We are seeing more and more and more how the research is really supportive of the fact that negative language can really perpetuate pain and persistent pain.” After a brief introduction Dr. Zach Gabor dives right into how he’s interrupting the latest work on pain science. Dr. Zach is a big advocate when it comes […]

My Thoughts Monday #18-Aaron Heishman, Progressing The Professions and Your Institution Through Collaborating

“Science is a way of thinking and it’s an approach to answering and solving a problem. It doesn’t necessarily matter if the scientists on your campus study exactly the research questions you have, but they may bring new insights and new lenses that can really support the things you’re doing and better help you better […]

Flash Back Friday, 2013-Henk Kraaijenhof- Helping the Best to Get Better developments in improving performance by training and recovery.

“Here’s the questions, we have all this knowledge, and books, and articles, and seminars, but it’s only theory, it’s only theory. How can you apply this to this individual athlete? It’s a big question always. There are a lot of interesting things, but tonight when you’re out on the track or out on the field, […]

Thursday Throwback-Cal Dietz-Single Leg vs. Double Leg Training: Addressing the Controversy

Coach Dietz was kind enough to sit down and discuss his latest article “Single Leg vs Double Leg Training: Addressing the Controversy” with me this week.  In this discussion Coach Dietz talks about why he decided on this topic, how his oscillatory method fits in and how using Track and Field and Swimming athletes help […]

Episode 120-Dr. Zachary Long: Monitoring Training Load to Connect Rehab to Training

“In the strength and conditioning world we have to realize that everybody’s volume and intensity tolerance is slightly different, and we just got to get better at just recognizing that, and understanding that if we keep hammering away at some people they’re not going to recover they’re going to get hurt, they’re not going to […]

My Thoughts Monday #17-Jay DeMayo, University of Richmond-Let’s Not Judge So Quickly

“Take a step back before you make judgements based on what you read on the internet because you’re never going to see the article about, ‘you know what, we were wrong and we are sorry.’” In this weeks My Thoughts Monday I share my thoughts on how we, as a profession, need to slow down […]

Flash Back Friday, 2013-Dr. Ben Peterson- The Effect of Aerobic Capacity on Repeated Sprint Performance

“I started to notice that there were these drastic differences in how all these athletes seem to meet the energy demands of their sport, and team sport athlete’s in particular were very very different then say a 100 M sprinter vs. a marathon runner.” This is one of the top 10 presentations we have had […]

The Drew Review: The Brave Athlete: Calm the F*ck Down and Rise to the Occasion by Simon Marshall and Lesley Paterson

“The real challenge is that you must earn a brave life, not just learn about it or wish it.”- S. Marshall The Brave Athlete was a Christmas present from my brother-in-law and sister, and they decided to get it for me on a whim because in their words it looked “sporty.” I didn’t know what […]

Episode 119: Paul Cater-Fly Wheel Training

“Coming from American football and into rugby and getting my mind blown with the conditioning levels that these guys had. Working for 80 minutes and carry a lot of muscle mass, and I thought a couple of the benefits of the flywheel were perfect for the conditioning effects.” Paul Cater joins us today to discuss […]

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