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The CVASP Podcast
Honest and open sharing for strength and conditioning coaches
Category: Sports & Recreation
Location: Richmond, VA
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July 18, 2017 02:36 AM PDT

This was a Facebook live talk from NSCA National in Las Vegas with Buddy Morris, Brett Bartholomew, Cal Dietz, Anthony Piroli, Keenan Robinson, and Dr. Bryan Mann just sharing and talking with each other on all things training. Sit back and enjoy the stories and the great information that comes with them. This is one of my personal favorites.

July 12, 2017 07:24 PM PDT

In today’s edition of The Podcast, Carl Valle of SimplyFaster.com stops by to discuss measuring performance. He starts out sharing his thoughts on where we can start looking to help figure out ways to start measuring performance, it’s limitations, and where he can see things possibly be better. We then get into how simplyfaster.com can help coaches with measuring performance in their athletes. He then candidly shares with us how each of this years presenters have impacted him and why he’s so excited to hear form each of the seven presenters we have at The Seminar. We close discussing the future of measuring performance, and how we can stay ahead of the curve, as coaches, in this aspect of the game.

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July 11, 2017 03:28 AM PDT

Today the lead strength and conditioning coach at the Irish Institute of Sport, Dr. Eamonnn Flanagan joins us to discuss a different way to look at sprinting scores with athletes. We start out where the idea came from and how it can change how you look at how your athlete’s sprint times impact training and even evaluate the tests you use with your athletes. We next discuss how using Z-scores in different exercises could lead to cross examining tests to find where they rank versus the most successful athlete’s in that sport and position. This is obviously the early stage of evaluating this, but Dr. Flanagan sees great potential for this. Check the article out on Mladen’s site, ComplementaryTraining.net here: http://complementarytraining.net/sprint-variability-profiling-new-insights-from-speed-testing-data/

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July 06, 2017 04:34 AM PDT

Today we are discussing force plates and ForceDecks with Daniel Martinez in this episode of The Podcast. Starting out Daniel shares the direction that looking at force plates can help drive decisions for training based on his own and others research. We then discuss his recommendations for where coaches can start to look at force plate data, how it can help guide coaches, and how they have set up their dash boards with coaches to assist coaches at as high of a level as possible. Next he shares the importance of the eccentric contraction in jumping and where he's seen success, both personally and other coaches they work with, when it came to altering training based on their performance on the force platforms. He then dives into asymmetries and return to play protocols that the dual force plates can assist with uniquely to the coaches’ evaluation process, and shares how specifics in sport can make exceptions to some rules when looking at the numbers. We finish talking about what is the first question he asks coaches who are starting to use the technology and how that drives his assistance.

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July 03, 2017 02:17 AM PDT

Today Chris Chase, The Strength and Conditioning Development Coordinator for Memphis Grizzlies, joins us to discuss the physical development process for young players in the NBA. We start out talking about his new position in Memphis, and how the increased schedule is a unique challenge. He then touches upon how the staff they have assembled work together to build these athletes and why each member has a varying amount of importance depending on the player. We then discuss the differences he see’s from college and the NBA, where there are some benefits, and where there are some limitations to what they’re able to do. We finish talking about the role of the athlete in this whole process and how the culture of the organization/team drives everything.

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June 27, 2017 01:44 AM PDT

Today we are joined by Anatomy at 1220’s Marc Megna discussing the steps taken from being an less than average athlete, to the NFL, to owning the best gym in Miami. We start out talking about what drove him to training and what he fell in love when it came to training. He then shares with us what drove him to sports and how different people that think they only affected him athletically have driven him to be the person he is today. He then discusses how being an athlete has impacted him as a coach, and him being a coach impacted him as an entrepreneur, and discusses how they all work together to build a team. We then discuss building your team, what he looks for, and some huge green lights and red flags he looks for. He then gives some fantastic information including some different methods he has utilized to develop his staff educationally, professional, and personally. We finish off talking about leadership methods he’s utilized successfully and things he’s seen that aren’t as positive in making things move forward.

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June 20, 2017 02:22 AM PDT

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 monitoring and how they may be working against each other instead of in conjunction with each other. He then shares with us the primary differences and similarities seen working in the NBA and NCAA when it comes to handling basketball players, and how his flexibility with programming has evolved over his career. Next we touch upon how he handles his athlete’s from first stepping on campus to the vets they have at UW from evaluations, to progressions in training, to individualization, and where the ideas and modifications to his evaluations came from and how those drive the program to ensure that quality is the number one driver of training. We finish out discussing the importance of team building and internal leadership by the players to the team and individual athlete’s success, and the importance of the mentors coaches have along the way and how important those relationships are.

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June 13, 2017 02:07 AM PDT

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 were needed to occur in the NHL early in his career. We then look at how he has seen the evolution of educating players and coaches on the importance of sleep, recovery, and nutrition. We then look at how monitoring has developed from his time in Pittsburgh to his time in Buffalo, and how all of the progress he’s seen in the profession everything still comes down to communication. We close going over what his presentation at The 2017 Seminar.

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June 06, 2017 01:48 AM PDT

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 general and what he programs for his student athletes, and how it ties into Myers’ Anatomy Trains. Then he shares how he implements it in a team setting, and the how’s and why’s behind the quick buy in his athlete’s have to it based on the “quick results” they see from it. We then finish on how RPR truly fits into his program, what additions to his programs it has brought, and how PRI fits in with the big picture with it to help his athlete’s improve performance.

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May 30, 2017 02:06 AM PDT

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 gives some great examples of what he’s doing in his initial training periods, and discusses his mentors, and how he fits their work into one program. Lastly we talk about where there are the similarities that he notices with basketball players from the youth all the way to the college level, and how to make changes to adapt to what you have equipment wise with training your athletes.

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