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The Drew Review: The Manual Vol. 1, Chapter 4, Motor Learning: Breaking Bad…Habits, Jeff Moyer

Drew’s Review: “Practice does not make perfect, practice makes permanent” –J. Moyer Continuing my review of The Manual (CVASP, 2016); chapter four, written by Jeff Moyer (Owner/Dynamic Correspondence Sports Training), is as the title suggests about motor learning and how it can be taught to achieve the desired skills needed in sports. Chapter 4 is […]


Today we introduce the sixth presenter for The 2017 Seminar, USA Swimming’s High Performance Director, Keenan Robinson.  Keenan has worked with swimmers from North Baltimore Aquatics Club, University of Michigan and Team Wolverine, Arizona State, and USA Swimming along side with all time great, Coach Bob Bowman.  The success they’ve had has been immense, with their athlete’s  Olympic medal totals approaching […]

Episode 65- Jim Ferris, GYM Ferris Fitness: Training


In today’s edition of The Podcast GYM Ferris owner Jim Ferris sits down to discuss training. Jim beings with telling us the origin of The Shield. We then discuss the assessment, and how he approaches the training of other coaches’ athlete’s (college and pro’s on break). We then get into his programming and how he […]

My Thoughts Monday #3: What and Why We Picked Them…


In #1 I told you why I’m doing this, and in #2 I told you how we got here, now let’s talk about why we are going to evaluate what we are going to evaluate. The sport coach split the primary objectives into two categories: more fit and athletic. We then defined them with the […]

The Drew Review: Chapter 3: Injury Reduction by Yosef Johnson


  REVIEW: “It seems paradoxical that in our modern world where knowledge is theoretically increasing, we are failing miserably when it comes to protecting the health of our athletes.” –Y. Johnson The third chapter of The Manual (CVASP, 2016), written by Yosef Johnson (Owner/Ultimate Athlete Concepts), highlights the causes; and provides solutions to the most […]

Introducing 2017 Presenter, Bartholomew Strength’s Brett Bartholomew


Today we introduce our fifth presenter for The 2017 Seminar, Bartholomew Strength’s Brett Bartholomew.  If you haven’t hand a chance to hear Brett speak before you are in for a treat.  Brett is one of the most passionate people in the world of high performance, and his ability to connect with athlete’s and coaches in […]

Episode 64: Lachlan Wilmot, GWS Giants-Progressing Pro Athletes from Teenager To Vet


We are joined by GWS Giants Athletic Performance Coach Lachlan Wilmot. In the discussion Lachlan shares with us the uniqueness of AFL, and how that impacts his training of the athletes. We then touch upon how he progresses the players from being drafted at around 18, all the way to veteran status. He finishes by […]

My Thoughts Monday #2: Conversations to Drive Direction


I think that the biggest issue with being a “guy” is that you are now stuck with some simple thing that you think is going to fix everything.   You probably shouldn’t try to use a hammer to drill in a screw, and vice versa for a screwdriver for a nail. Now we all have heard […]

The Drew Review: The Manual Vol 1., Chapter 2, Kevin Dawidowicz


  DREW’S REVIEW: “…it’s not about the data, it’s about the intervention” – K. Dawidowicz Chapter 2 of The Manual (CVASP, 2016) is written by Kevin Dawidowicz (CoachMePlus- President/Co-founder). As the title suggests this chapter is all about sports science and in particular the practical and cost effective side of sports science. I feel there […]



Today I am elated to introduce our fourth presenter for The 2017 Seminar, East Tennessee State University’s Assistant Professor and High Performance Coach, Dr. Brad DeWeese.  Dr. DeWeese has contributed to a vast array of athlete’s success that have concluded with 20 different Olympic Medals and 7 World Championships.  His desire to share information and collaborate with […]

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