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The Performance Podcast is a weekly one-of-a-kind Strength, Conditioning, Training, Fitness, and Performance Podcast hosted by Wil Fleming and Coach Dos! Each week we have interviews with some of the top strength and conditioning coaches in the country as well as a 1 on 1 talk with legendary strength coach Robert Dos Remedios (Coach Dos)
 
Inspiration and motivation from the Olympics with interviews from the world's best athletes. Discover the mentalilty it takes to succeed in one of the planet's toughest tests: the Olympic Games. Whether it's wrestling, swimming, figure skating, weightlifting, or gymnastics - the Olympic Channel Podcast will have you living your best life in no time. Hosted by Ed Knowles, past guests include four-time Olympic gold medallist Simone Biles, Olympic champion wrestler Jordan Burroughs, world champ ...
 
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On this episode I interview Alec Pagan of RPE 11 about coaching strongman. He talks about the resistance he's faced coming from "outside" strongman. The lessons from traditional S&C which inform his programming. He talks about the best movements from strongman for traditional strength and conditioning. Learn more about Alec on his Instagram…
 
USA's Katherine Nye is a world champion weightlifter heading to the Olympics aged 22. In 2019, during one of her most successful year as an athlete, she was diagnosed with Bipolar II Disorder and mild ADHD. Nye talks about why it's so important to her to speak publicly about her mental health, her hopes for Tokyo 2020, and why looking strong is dif…
 
No time for slacking! We have world record breaking Grant Holloway of USA give his motivations ahead of his 110m hurdles final. Plus, some inspirational words to get you fired up from Sakura Kokumai. And how many calories does an Olympic champion shot putter have to eat? Ryan Crouser has the answer. Full episode Grant Holloway: https://olympics.com…
 
Lizzie Armanto represents Finland in skateboarding. She is one of the best ever and the only female skater to conquer Tony Hawk's infamous 360 loop. She speaks highly of fellow competitor Sky Brown (who we also hear from in the podcast!) Plus, Emma Coburn of the USA is in the 3,000m steeplechase final. She talks about what can be learnt from athlet…
 
The Free Solo star and climbing legend Alex Honnold gives an in-depth rundown of what to expect from climbing as it appears at the Olympic Games for the first time at Tokyo 2020. 2019 episode with Alex: https://olympics.com/en/podcast/podcast-alex-honnold-free-solo-climbing-olympics
 
Shaunae Miller-Uibo's iconic dive / fall made her an Olympic champion at Rio 2016. She explains the fall plus the reasons why she's switched focus to the 200m. Also, the wrestling is underway - we hear from Team USA medal hope David Taylor. Full episode from Shaunae Miller-Uibo: https://olympics.com/en/podcast/podcast-shaunae-miller-uibo-and-maicel…
 
USA weightlifter Katherine Nye is a world champion. But her successful 2019 coincided with a diagnosis with Bipolar II Disorder and mild ADHD. She speaks lucidly about her mental health journey ahead of the 76 kg competition. And 100m sprinter Trayvon Bromell is aiming to be the fastest man in the world. He opens up about his inspirations - includi…
 
Mondo Duplantis represents Sweden and has pushed the boundaries of the pole vault event. He goes into the Olympics as the world record holder. Mondo joined the podcast to talk about nutrition, his baseball obsession, and his backyard training situation. Plus, the women's 400m hurdles promises to be one of the marquee events of the whole Games. We h…
 
The track and field stars are aligned and ready for Tokyo 2020. We have exclusive chats with double Olympic champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, world champion Dina Asher-Smith, and world record holder Joshua Cheptegei. The athletics starts today and we have a lot more coming up so subscribe and tell your friends. Dina Asher-Smith full episode: https:…
 
We hear from Simone Biles who spoke with stunning honesty at a news conference following her withdrawal from the team event. Since then, she announced that she isn't going defend her all-around Olympic title. Reporter and gymnastics expert Scott Bregman gives us his analysis and reaction from Tokyo. Plus, super heavyweight boxer Frazer Clarke of Gr…
 
Nigeria men's basketball coach Mike Brown describes how activist Nelson Mandela has inspired his team and GB boxer Lauren Price shares how her fancy footwork is aided by her footballing past. Plus, Australian surfer, and Olympic bronze medallist, Owen Wright describes his road back from a traumatic brain injury. Full Owen Wright episode: https://ol…
 
USA swimmer Lilly King gives some tips on how to be super confident. USA's triathletes have a VERY early alarm call but that's not all Taylor Knibb and Summer Rappaport are worried about. Plus, Malaysian diver Pandelela was thrown into the deep end on her first diving lesson - literally! Lilly King full episode: https://olympics.com/en/podcast/podc…
 
Diving superstar Tom Daley of Great Britain is aiming to bring down an Olympic gold medal for Britain with partner Matty Lee in the 10m synchro today. Daley is a two-time Olympic medallist and seems more relaxed than ever. Could this be his year? Olympic champion gymnast Laurie Hernandez gives us some insider tips on watching gymnastics. Plus, Soma…
 
Number one ranked street skater in the world, Nyjah Huston of the USA, joins the Olympic Channel Podcast as skateboarding becomes an Olympic sport for the first time. Nyjah gives his assessment Olympic skateboarding. Plus, Felipe Gustavo of Brazil never gave up on his skateboarding dream. His dad sold his car to fund Felipe's first USA contest trip…
 
When it comes to successful sporting mindset, few people speak better than French judoka Clarisse Clarisse Agbegnenou and British swimmer Adam Peaty. Clarisse is an Olympic silver medalist who is using her past disappointments to fuel her desire in Japan. Adam goes into the Games as a world record holder and defending Olympic champion. But he has t…
 
The Opening Ceremony is today! We have two of the biggest stars in the Olympic world to kickstart our countdown to the big show. We look back at Rio 2016 with four-time Olympic champion gymnast Simone Biles. And sprint legend Usain Bolt opens up about his career, advice for athletes on the way up, and who to look out for in the men's 100m.…
 
The full lowdown on what to watch from Olympic champion gymnast Laurie Hernandez. After missing out on the U.S. trials due to injury, Laurie has managed to secure a spot in Tokyo as a commentator for NBC. She shares her insights on the USA gymnastics team, Simone Biles, her amateur karate past, and her somewhat inconsistent culinary skills. Warning…
 
It's the first day of action at Tokyo 2020. We have a daily podcast of the best interviews, the most interesting news, and the most fun from the Olympics. The women's football kicks off with Team GB taking on Chile. We speak to Chelsea and Team GB defender Millie Bright about mental health and becoming and Olympian. Plus, what's it like to give out…
 
On this episode Coach Dos goes it solo and talks to Josh Henkin about a very hot topic. Knees over toes Risers for squatting and more. Check out Josh at https://ultimatesandbagtraining.com/the-original-sandbag/
 
On this episode Coach Dos and I talk to Donnie Maib, Director of Performance for Olympic Sports at the University of Texas. We talk to coach Maib on how to reinvent yourself in the performance field. How to learn new skills that will make you a better coach. How to coach your kids! Check out more from Coach Maib at DonnieMaib.com…
 
British gymnast Joe Fraser became world champion in the parallel bars in 2019. From a little boy watching London 2012 with the Olympic Rings shaved into his hair, he goes into Tokyo 2020 as one of Team GB's medal hopes. Joe talks about letting out emotions, how he copes with setbacks in the gym, and his hopes for Tokyo 2020.…
 
On this episode Coach Dos and I interview Bob Alejo from Cal State Northridge. We talk about Coach Alejo's incredible experience level and why that's not happening in today's S&C field. We talk about "Sports Science" and how that can be a tricky term. We talk about how Coach Alejo became the only MUST FOLLOW on S&C twitter.…
 
The LGBTQ+ community officially welcomed three Olympic figure skaters when they came out on June 11 2021: Jason Brown, Kaitlyn Weaver, and Paul Poirier. Nick McCarvel joined the three skaters to talk about why they chose this moment to share, why it's more important than ever to do so, and both the support and challenge figure skating offers in thi…
 
On this episode, Coach Dos and I have the opportunity to interview our most successful strength coach ever! Andrea Hudy of UCONN has 9 national titles as a coach, dozens of first round NBA draft picks and has coached some MAJOR basketball programs at Kansas, Texas, and UCONN. Coach Hudy talks about the "keys to success" of the teams she's coached. …
 
In this episode Dos and I talk about our favorite subject. Power Development! We talk about why everyone should be muscle snatching. How to develop power, how to measure power accurately. Why speed and load are important not one or the other.
 
Coach Nate Brookreson joins us to talk about how he has developed one of the most extensive networks of performance coaches in the country. He talks about the unique challenges he has faced as the Seattle Kraken are set to begin their inaugural season next year, and he gets the chance to build a program completely from scratch.…
 
On this episode Coach Dos talks with Mike Gattone, USA Weightlifting's Director of Performance and Sport. Coach Gattone has had an incredible career and discusses the path he's taken from professional sports (the Chicago Bulls), Sports Marketing with Gatorade, and his time with USA Weightlifting. He tells us about working with Al Vermeil. How to cr…
 
On this episode Coach Dos and I interview Coach Ron McKeefery. Coach McKeefery (www.RonMckeefery.com) has one of the most incredible careers in S&C having coached at all levels and has helped 200 coaches move on to professional careers in coaching. We talk about the key to creating culture with your athletes, and the key with culture for your coach…
 
Canadian tennis player Bianca Andreescu shocked the world when she beat four-time Olympic champion Serena Williams in the final of the 2019 US Open. Now, she's firmly established herself as one of the world's most exciting tennis players. She's visualised becoming Olympic champion so we caught up with her ahead of a hectic summer of the French Open…
 
On this episode Coach Dos and I interview Tanner Maher, the Coordinator for S&C for Football at the University of Florida. Tanner tells us about: how Junior College molded him. The blue collar culture they are creating at UF. How to develop trustworthy relationships with your athletes. The 3 questions you should ask your players when they arrive Th…
 
On this episode Coach Dos and I interview Brian Johnson, the director of football performance at Cal Berkley. Coach Johnson (@_coachbee1) fills us in on his philosophy of training. How he progresses and regresses movements and what it takes to be a successful coach. We are brought to you by https://1kilo.shop, check out their awesome weightlifting …
 
Canadian footballer Jordyn Huitema is gearing up for one of the biggest summers of her life so far. The 20-year-old's club, Paris Saint-Germain, are flying both domestically and in Europe. Plus, Canada want to improve on their Rio 2016 podium place by taking home a gold medal in the women's football tournament. She talks about being authentic onlin…
 
Australia's Cate Campbell is a swimming legend with two gold medals from three trips to the Olympic Games. But she wants to win the 100m freestyle Olympic title. We caught up with Campbell to talk Tokyo 2020, her new pandemic hobbies, and how she's bounced back from disappointment.
 
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