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Flashback Friday, 2011-Cal Dietz: Block Method Progression in the Transfer of Speed Performance

“Don’t do things that don’t make sense and you don’t see in sports.”-Cal Dietz In a follow-up to his Tri-Phasic presentation Minnesota’s Cal Dietz gets into the goods when it comes to training that will transfer to speed on the field. This starts with an understanding of a definition of agility. He then touches upon […]

The Drew Review: The Manual Vol. 2, Chapter 4: Training Agility in Team Sports by Keir Wenham-Flatt

“…all motor behavior is a product of the environment, the nature of the task presented to the athlete, and the individual characteristics of the athlete.”- Keir Wenham-Flatt Agility. I bet a lot of things come to mind when you read that word. From a blocky kid falling over him/herself to the unfortunate speed ladder drills […]

Episode 103: Dr. Mike Young, Athletic Lab-From the track to the pitch the physics are the same.

Athletic Lab’s Dr. Mike Young joins us for today’s edition of The Podcast. Mike starts out sharing with us what is presently going on with the athlete’s he’s training down in North Carolina. He then discusses the impact that working in track, soccer, and academia have had on him, and how they’ve intertwined to develop […]

My Thoughts Monday #3: Dr. Bryan Mann- Be Realistic


  “We have to stop and think and be realistic with ourselves about how many times we are actually dealing with freaks who are both completely advanced trained and elite level athletes.” In today’s edition of My Thoughts Monday Dr. Bryan Mann discusses preparedness with us, and gives advices to coaches on how and when […]

FBF 2017: Dr. Bryan Mann-Velocity Based Training, An Overview of Large & Small Team Implementation.

“We are going to be doing stuff that’s not in the book today.” Dr. Mann got thrown a curve ball at The 2017 edition of The Seminar and came up large with bringing the latest info on VBT in an impromptu presentation. This lecture was a first, and it gave us a candid look at […]

The Drew Review: Man Up: The 5 Areas of Focus to Guarantee Your Athletic Success by Justin Kavanaugh


“You have to find your why for doing whatever it is in life you want to do.” – J. Kavanaugh. If you have ever met Coach Kav, then you know he wears his heart on his sleeve. Also, he is incredibly straight forward and his book Man Up is no different. When reading this book […]

Episode 102: Mike Boykin, ALTIS- The Training Process, for both athletes and coaches

Today we are joined by Mike Boykin to discuss the development of a coach. Mike starts out sharing with us what his thoughts were going into his three-year mentorship/internship position that led to an assistant position at ALTIS and then coaching his own group of athlete’s. We then get into some “Ah-ha” moments and top […]

My Thoughts Monday #2: Jay DeMayo, University of Richmond, Technique is Step 1

In our second edition of My Thoughts Monday, CVASP found and Richmond Basketball Strength Coach Jay DeMayo shares his thoughts on the importance of teaching athlete’s the technique in cutting jboth prior to moving to advanced exercises and in return to play protocols. Have something to contribute? We want to know! DropBox us your My […]

FBF 2017-Dr. Brad DeWeese, Shook Ones Pt. 3

“Maybe a Shook One is someone who says they want to train them to the podium but they don’t want to load them.” In his ninety-eight-minute presentation Dr. Brad DeWeese breaks down what exactly Seamless Sequential Integration is.  The first step of which is him breaking down the 5 aspects of SSI and how they […]

A Way To Make It Work, a different way monitoring can be used to help the athlete.


In episode 101 of The Podcast Chas Ossenheimer gave us an absolutely fantastic example of what can happen when the entire TEAM works together when it comes to data collection and athlete tracking/monitoring/whatever you’re looking at (CHECK IT OUT HERE IF YOU HAVEN’T I KNOW I’M BIASED BUT IT’S DOPE, trust me). This is precisely […]

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