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The CVASPS Podcast, Strength and Conditioning Info From The Top Sport Performance Practitioners In The World of Athletics
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January 18, 2018 07:26 AM PST

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 assessment and corrective exercise in a group setting along with reviewing some different methods of corrective work. We can't thank Mike enough for taking the time to talk with us and really hope you enjoy.
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January 16, 2018 01:00 AM PST

“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 is my culture? How am I trying to support the staff upstairs? How am I trying to create that connection so we are all speaking and saying the same thing and reinforcing on and other’s end goals?” I think if you do that the score board will take care of itself.” Mike Bewley

We are joined by Clemson’s Mike Bewley in this week’s edition of The Podcast. We start out catching up Mike on his travels from Dayton, to Atlanta (GA Tech) and now Clemson. That leads right into why he feels he was attractive to Clemson and how they have started to “turn things around” in the weight room. Coach shares with us some specific steps he took to build the “culture” back in the weight room. These were building accountability “contractually”, and defining everything that they are doing from goals, to their focal point phrases and terms were. This was due to an internal Littman’s test that he ran, that they group failed awfully. Next, he shares a story about how using a pair of boxing gloves and a breakfast club helped reinforce their mantra and get people to not only buy into that but buy into each other. We finished off talking about Critical Reload, what it is, how it came about, and where they’re going. Check out more about it here:

http://www.criticalreload.com

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January 15, 2018 01:00 AM PST

“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 Jensen. Jake shares with us his thoughts on implementing GPS technology as a means of injury prevention. The first point he touches upon is the cost/benefit of the technology. This leads him into discussing what are the costs involved with using the technology. This isn’t just limited to financial investments, but also man time hours required to collect and interrupt the data, along with all the set up required to actually use the devices. The accuracy of the technology is the next topic that Jake discusses, including research done on this, recent improvements in the tech, and not only how it relates to the devices, but also how that relates to the entire team vs positions vs each individual athlete. Lastly, he discusses what the numbers are and who should actually interrupt the data to get the most out of the tech.

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January 09, 2018 08:03 AM PST

“I think were we need to continue to challenge ourselves is, just because we are good at that, we may be good at the human side of it. We still need to be able to explain why we do what we do and teach up and teach down what we are doing.” Ron McKeefrey

Today we are joined by PLAE Mac Performance’s Ron McKeefrey to discuss his travels and the lessons he’s learned through them. He starts by talking about what his job with PLAE entails, and why he found it so appealing. That leads him right into what differences he sees throughout the world when it comes to strength and conditioning. This includes what parts in the world are leading the way in different aspects, and how each region is improving. Next, he discusses where he sees the US in this whole thing, and what our role is when it comes to improving the profession worldwide. He then touches upon how he has looked at these differences and used them to help develop himself professionally and build his staffs. Mac then discusses his opinion of experience within a sport and how it relates to being the best coach possible. He then finishes with what his world travels have brought to him and how it has made him a better coach and teacher.

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January 08, 2018 04:52 AM PST

“That was something I learned early on in my career. When I tried to walk into a program and lay the hammer down and pretend like I was the one in charge, and that it was my way or the highway. That usually doesn’t go over that well, at least from what I found out.”

In this week’s My Thoughts, Indiana Fever Head Strength and Conditioning Coach Chase Campbell discusses some methods he’s used for building and sustaining buy in. This “buy in”, in his opinion, starts with having an athlete led culture, which leads into him discussing how getting to really know your athlete’s impacts buy in. His third point he touches upon is learning to speak the same language of the athletes. Communication is key, so you need to know how to get points across to them. The final thing he touches upon is giving autonomy in training and how it can be utilized to increase buy in with your athletes.

Who is Chase Campbell?

Chase Campbell is a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength & Conditioning Association (NSCA) and is currently the Head Strength & Conditioning Coach for the Indiana Fever (WNBA). Prior to his current position, Chase made stops as an assistant strength & conditioning coach at Butler University, Miami University (OH), and Ball State University. Chase holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science and a Master of Arts degree in Sports Performance, both from Ball State University. Find him on social media at:

Twitter: @chaser_strength
Instagram: @chaser_6
 

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January 02, 2018 01:00 AM PST

“Obviously you can train harder when your younger but the philosophy is the same, which is, where are you weak and how do we fix these area’s so you’re less prone to injury, so we can train harder?”

Matt Wenning joins us to discuss programming and the direction the world of training needs to move. After starting out with a brief background, Matt dives right into discussing some of the issues he sees in the world of training today. He touches upon the complexity of training, people rushing results, and the role of programming in recovery. Having learned from some of the best of the best in the iron game, Matt has been guided by and learned from fantastic coaches helping him build his programming. His “planning” is extremely similar even looking across platforms with tactical athletes (fire fighters and military), team sport athletes, general population, or lifters. He starts out looking specify at their weaknesses and the most common issues/injuries that occur within the sport/activity. This includes exactly how he breaks this down and looks at it to adjust training for both single clients and how he alters it for larger groups. Matt then breaks down some aspects of his programming including specific exercises he has selected. His break down of this includes exercise selection, reasons he selects those means, and what he is looking for to determine that selection. This leads him right into where he see’s specialized/specific exercise in the realm of training and why he feels these are moving further away from where we need to train people based on the obesity epidemic, and how that’s impacting basic training. He finishes out with sharing with us the direction training is going and the reasons behind it.

Keep up with Matt and all the awesome content he’s sharing at the following:

Twitter: @RealMattWenning
Instagram: @realmattwenning
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/realmattwenning/
Matt’s Website: https://www.wenningstrength.com

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December 28, 2017 06:19 AM PST

Today's Thursday Throwback podcast is with Cal Dietz. In the conversation Coach Dietz and Coach DeMayo discuss the Sport Back Squat, how to implement it, some progressions to using it and different forms of exercises that Coach Dietz implements. I’d like to give a huge thank you to Cal for taking the time to have this discussion. Just live every other conversation with him, I walked away a better coach, and hope you enjoy it as well.

Post referenced: An Insider's Look At Coach Dietz's Programming- http://cvasps.com/uncategorized/an-insiders-look-at-coach-dietzs-programming/

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December 26, 2017 01:00 AM PST

“I don’t believe we can completely ditch the intuitiveness of the coaches. You want to use that data to help you, maybe to give you more question than give you concrete answers. It’s a combination of intuitive thinking and data driven facts.”

Mladen Jovanović sits down with us to talk about his experiences traveling the world as a coach in each corner of the world. We start out discussing cultures around the world, and how those differences impact how you SHOULD work with athletes. This leads him to his lessons learned from coaching in five different countries on three continents.
He then breaks down how different sports prepare, both in the micro and macro, and how he sees the training and sport science practices in the regions he has been in, the influences, and how each are progressing. Next Mladen shares his thoughts on monitoring and its impact on being “smarter” in development and how they utilized technology to make sure athletes were prepared properly. That ties right into some flaws in injury prediction modeling that he has seen, and why we might be chasing our tails with some of it. He finishes off with sharing what he’s doing now, what his research is for his PhD, and why he chose that.

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December 18, 2017 04:10 AM PST

“The bottom line is, we are here because of the athletes. We are here because we love what we do, and that drives our passion but can also could our thoughts because we want it so bad for them. Sometimes, simple is the best. Sometimes, just hard work can be successful.”

University of Richmond Director of Strength and Conditioning Scott Brincks asks the simple question to all of us today, “do we do enough, or do we do too much?” He asks this question, not just of the what’s, how’s, and when’s of our programming, but all factors involved. He shares with us how he comes to make decisions in all aspects of his program from training to monitoring, and how the idea of doing what is necessary to achieve the goals he and the athlete have come up with drive all these decisions. He finishes off asking us to think of some simple things with our programming: is this going to benefit the athlete, help them be successful, is it safe, and do you believe in it?

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December 19, 2017 01:00 AM PST

“Because true and always true are different things.”

Val Nasedkin sits down with us to talk about readiness, preparedness, and sport mastery in today’s edition of The Podcast. We start up catching up with Val, and what he’s been up to sense we last saw him at The Seminar. We then discuss the differences between readiness and preparedness, what are the differences, why it matters? This leads up to what’s actually important to be an athlete, and what makes up athlete preparedness.

Next, he shares with us where the idea to look into readiness came from. He also breaks down each physiological factor that makes up the individuals level of readiness. How does sport mastery fit in with both of them is what he touches upon next. He tells us why it is its own unique entity, and where people get confused in the terminology of it.

He then discusses the functional system, and how each portion of the physiology of the athlete builds into the readiness of the athlete based on multiple systems We finish off discussing ways that coaches could look at training based on these systems to help drive decisions.

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