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Episode 85-Erik Helland, University of Wisconsin: The Evolution of Training Athletes

In today’s edition of the podcast Wisconsin Strength Coach Erik Helland sits down and discusses training and how it has evolved through his career. We start talking about his time in Chicago and how working with Coach Vermeil has shaped him as a coach. We then talk about the role of player prep vs player […]

Episode 84-Doug McKenney, CoachMePlus-The Evolution of The Profession

2017 presenter and CoachMePlus’ Sports Performance Specialist and Founding Coach Doug McKenney sits down with us to discuss the evolution of the profession in this weeks edition of The Podcast. We start out talking about the cultural change that was needed to occur in the NHL early in his career. We then look at how […]



Today we welcome our final presenter for The 2017 Seminar, CoachMe Plus Sports Performance Specialist and Founding Coach, Doug McKenney. We couldn’t be more excited to have a man with the wealth of knowledge from such an extensive career in the NHL here to bat leadoff this July! JD: If you could, please give our […]

Episode 83-Brijesh Patel, Quinnipiac-RPR, what it is and how it fit’s into his program

In this weeks edition of The Podcast Quinnipiac Head strength coach Brijesh Patel joins us to discuss RPR. We start out talking about what RPR is, how he learned about RPR, and where he learned about the techniques. He then shares examples of where RPR has changed his views on training, both in training in […]

Episode 82-Hunter Charneski, Freak Faktory: Developing Basketball Players

In this edition of The Podcast I get to talk developing basketball players with The Freak Faktory’s Hunter Charneski. We start out talking about how he got into training basketball players, and then dive into broad spectrum of athlete’s he gets to work with. He then shares his idea of “Maximize The Mundane”. Next, he […]

The Drew Review: The Sports Gene: Inside the Science of Extraordinary Athletic Performance by David Epstein

If innate body type differences that are hidden from our naked eyes, like fiber type proportions, are not accounted for, some athletes are sacrificed to the idea that the same hard training works for everyone.” –D. Epstein This is one of my favorite books, and one of the easiest to read. What I like most […]

Episode 81-Townsend Benard, InsideTracker: Blood Don’t Lie


In today’s edition of The Podcast InsideTracker’s Townsend Bernard sits down and discusses the role of blood monitoring in sport and shares with us how he got to Boston and working with InsideTracker. We then start discussing what InsideTracker is actually looking at with their tests and where the recommendations they provide come from and […]

The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead


“Freedom was a thing that shifted as you looked at it, the way a forest is dense with trees up close but from outside, from the empty meadow, you see its true limits.” –C. Whitehead The Underground Railroad, even though it was fiction, was hard to read. Slavery in this country is a polarizing issue, […]

Episode 80: John Wolf and CJ McFarland, ONNIT- Optimizing Athletes

Today’s editions of The Podcast we sit down and discuss Human Optimization with ONNIT’s John Wolf and CJ McFarland. We start out talking about what in ONNIT is as a company and a brand, and where do they see them selves fitting in the performance world. Next we touch upon what exactly Human Optimization is, […]

Episode 79-Dr. Nikos Apostolopoulos , Microstretching

In today’s edition of the Podcast we discuss Mircrostretching with Dr. Nikos Apostolopouls. We start out the talking learning who is Nikos, what is Microstretching, and where did this idea come from. He then touches upon what separates Microstretching from other methods utilized in flexibility training. Next he shares the research he has done on […]

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