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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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September 19, 2017 01:14 AM PDT

In today’s edition of The Podcast, Stanford University’s Sport Performance Coach Cory Schlesinger sits down and shares his training program with us. Cory starts out by giving us some incite into where FRC fits in his training and some of the success he has had utilizing it with his student athletes. We then touch up his use of “unconventional” training devices, where the ideas came from, and how they fit into his overall scheme. Next he discusses where the idea and implementation body weight exercises, gymnastics, grappling, and other “different” activates came from and where they fit in his programming. We finish off discussing microdosing and how that drives the entire training program at Stanford. Make sure to follow him on instagram at: @schlesstrength He puts out a ton of interesting stuff in his story.

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September 12, 2017 01:26 AM PDT

Today we sit down and discuss building a your staff and weight room culture with George Washington University Director of Strength and Conditioning Matt Johnson. Matt starts out discussing the process of building his staff and developing them, and how they impact him as a coach as well. We then touch upon how that selection and developmental process lead into the culture of your weight rooms and how that culture begins with how you start with new athletes. The coversations finished with Matt discussing some different way’s he’s been able to coach international athletes who didn’t speak English well, how it’s been a challenge at times, but more importantly, how it’s made him a better coach.

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September 05, 2017 01:39 AM PDT

In today’s edition of The Podcast, Marco Cardinale sits down and discusses his role at Aspire. He starts out by sharing with us what he’s be up to down in Qatar, and how the program has been built. We then get into his actual role, where it fits, what they’re doing, how they’re progressing, and how they’re identifying athletes. We then discusses how his role fits into how they’ve built the program he is in charge of at Aspire, and finish talking about how they’re progressing and using real world research and “sport science” to help move forward.

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August 29, 2017 01:27 AM PDT

Today we get the pleasure of talking training and transfer with ALTIS’ Dan Pfaff. Dan starts out discussing what they’re looking at when it comes to developing training programs for their athletes. We then get into KPI’s, what they are, how they’re set up, and how they organize the different “files” they have. He then shares with us how they evaluate their athlete’s and how they establish what’s important, where they need to make corrections, and how there are always specifics to what they’re doing. Next he touches upon the role of the weight room and some things he has seen through out his career with training in the weight room, and finish off discussing the importance of mentors in professional development.

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August 22, 2017 03:24 AM PDT

I sit down with Easter Michigan University Assistant Sports Performance Coach Sean Conaty to talk training in this week’s edition of The Podcast. Sean starts out sharing with us the last 12 months of his life that included moving from VA to MI, starting at a new school and immediately going on a foreign trip, to a year straight of training with out even having an off season to establish both who he is and what his programming consists of. He then shares with what he has seen from his athlete’s when it comes to cultural changes, how he sets up his training based on different evaluations and what are some of the big differences between his work at D3 CNU to what he’s doing at EMU.

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August 15, 2017 04:15 AM PDT

In today’s edition of The Podcast University of Florida’s Assistant Director of Strength and Conditioning Matt DeLancey joins us to discuss training and culture join us. Matt starts out by discussing what’s truly important to developing the culture not just within the individual team but with the athlete and the staff as a whole. He then shares how he assesses his athlete’s, and how that leads into program development, what drives his exercise selection, and what he see’s as important when evaluating what we do as our role within the team.

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August 08, 2017 03:18 AM PDT

In today’s edition of The Podcast we are discussing training and human optimization with ONNIT Academy’s Cristian Plascencia and Shane Heins. We start out with discussing the origin and development of the academy and how it can help coaches assist in the development of their athletes. We then get into the ideas of durability and longevity and how that emphasis in what they do drives all the courses and feed into the performance training for everyone from normal clients to professional athletes and where they see them beneficial and important for coaches. For more info on ONNIT Academy’s courses hit the link below. You very well may see one in RVA in the very near future.

https://www.onnit.com/academy/

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July 31, 2017 06:11 PM PDT

In today’s edition of The Podcast we discuss training for transfer with Chris Korfist. Chris shares with us his methods, what he see’s to have carry over to speed, where the idea’s came from, where you can find more info (http://slowguyspeedschool.com/), and then we finish talking a git about RPR (https://www.reflexiveperformance.com/). We also discuss the clinic he runs in Illinois for highschool coaches. More info can be found here: http://trackfootballconsortium.com/

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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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