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Strength and Conditioning Journal is the professional journal of the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). The purpose "SCJ Podcasts" is to highlight current topics in the journal related to the field of strength and conditioning. The NSCA and SCJ are committed to the mission of integrating the practical experience of professionals in our field with evidence-based research to provide practitioners with the most accurate information available. The "SCJ Podcasts" will be a ver ...
 
Save time, become a better coach and learn from proven experts with our weekly in-depth expert interviews. This podcast is practical, structured and time efficient – you will stay on-top of your continuing education each and every week with minimal time invested. Bottom line: our listeners get some serious ROI on their time spent listening. So what are you waiting for? Subscribe now and starting pumping up those knowledge gains.
 
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)
 
Athlete Approved is a leading CrossFit based podcast and web show online! Justin Lord & Tom Wyles talk CrossFit, Strength, Conditioning, Weightlifting, Nutrition, Health and generally ways to improve your CrossFit & Athletic Performance with themselves and multiple athletes in the field and relevant experts. Join us here, improve your performance and health and have some fun!
 
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Manny Romero discusses the article “Utility of Back-Off Sets: An Overview” which appears in issue 43-5 of Strength and Conditioning Journal, overviews the research available on back-off sets, and outlines how back-off sets can be used by strength and conditioning practitioners.저자 Ben Reuter, SCJ Podcast Editor
 
On this episode Dos interviews Coach Matt Shaw of the University of Denver. Shaw oversees the UD's strength and conditioning program with an emphasis on men’s hockey and men's soccer, while also managing team monitoring and the department’s staff education. Since his arrival in 2012, he has trained and consulted with athletes from the NHL, KHL, MLS…
 
On this episode we talk with Josh Henkin about how to build resiliency and how to assess movement properly in weightlifters. We talk about building a simple screen of human movement which can reveal big weaknesses and we discuss how to move better when an athlete's sport is single planar! Check out more from Josh at Ultimatesandbagtraining.com…
 
On this episode Coach Dos and I have a roundtable with Josh Henkin about balance training, barefoot training and power training. We go through some of the biggest problems with fitness trends, and how to evaluate good information. Learn more about Josh at Ultimate Sandbag
 
On this episode we interview Coach Todd Wright, the Vice President of Player Performance for the LA Clippers. Coach Wright has one of the best resumes in the game and has unmatched credentials in basketball performance. On this episode he talks about influential moments in his career. How one player's nagging injury changed the lens with which he v…
 
On this episode I interview Coach Lew Caralla. Coach Caralla went viral earlier this year for his incredible speeches to his teams. This might be our best episode ever. Coach Caralla talks about his mentors that got him to the place he is now. How getting fired in back to back years shaped him and his resolve. How he became a master motivator to hi…
 
We are super pumped to have Rick Huegli on this episode. Rick is the S&C director at Lakeside School in Seattle. Prior to that he was the S&C director at the University of Washington for Football. We talk about the difference between high school and college coaching. Why knowing the "person" is the most important factor in coaching high school athl…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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.…
 
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…
 
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 …
 
Dr. Brian Gearity previews the article “Enriching Selves in Strength and Conditioning Society: A Multilevel Proposal to Enhance Strength and Conditioning Psychosocial Practice as Part of the Council on Accreditation of Strength and Conditioning Education” which appears in the April 2021 issue of Strength and Conditioning Journal.…
 
Dr. Chris Bishop discusses his article, “Interlimb Asymmetries: Are Thresholds a Usable Concept” which appears in the February 2021 issue of Strength and Conditioning Journal and how coaches should use interlimb asymmetries to monitor athletes.저자 Ben Reuter, SCJ Podcast Editor
 
Dr. David LaPlaca discusses the article “Health Ramifications of Smart Devices” which appears in the June 2020 issue of Strength and Conditioning Journal. Dr. Laplaca discusses the potential risks of smart devices and how strength and conditioning professionals can limit those risks.저자 Ben Reuter, SCJ Podcast Editor
 
Dr. Morey Kolber discusses the article “Stem Cell Injections for Musculoskeletal Pathology: An Overview for the Sports Medicine Professional” which appears in the December 2019 issue of Strength and Conditioning Journal.저자 Ben Reuter, SCJ Podcast Editor
 
On today's episode we have Anthony Renna, author of Be Like the Best: A Guide to Reaching the Top in the Fitness Profession. Anthony is the host of the Strength Coach Podcast and co-owner of Strengthcoach.com. In this episode he shares the process of writing this monumental book and the things he has learned from interviewing the best coaches in st…
 
On this episode I interview collegiate track and field coach, 14x nationals pole vault qualifier Jeff Coover (also one of my best friends) about... How to sprint faster. Why the only way to run faster is to run fast. What transfers from the weightroom to the track. This is a great episode, check it out!…
 
Drew Nutter discusses his article “Considerations for Coaching Athletes With Prosthetic Limbs for Transtibial and Transfemoral Amputations” which appears in the October 2019 issue of Strength and Conditioning Journal and provides recommendations for working with athletes with prosthetics.저자 Ben Reuter, SCJ Podcast Editor
 
In the coach Dos segment we talk about the fallacy of a big 3 and particularly only using those movements to train your athletes. This is a good one! This week I interview Jimmy Duke of Lift For Life Weightlifting, a non-profit program for at risk youths in St. Louis. Jimmy is the coach of multiple international team members and an incredible coach…
 
On this special podcast I go it alone and answer listener questions: Should you program for yourself? Why you must be doing the jerk. An easy way to use VBT and a rant on my biggest pet peeves.
 
On this episode I talk with hall of fame guest, Mike McKenna. We talk about how to peak for a meet, how to be prepared for anything during a meet, and how to do a transition phase after a meet. With Coach Dos, I ask him about training in multiple planes and why so many programs forget to do it.
 
On this episode I interview Tom Morris from Indiana University. Tom was one of my collegiate strength coaches, and 7 years ago he was in a catastrophic bike accident. He tells us how he overcame that tremendous adversity to now lead the strength department of a Power 5 school. In the Coach Dos segment we talk about, lifting on game day, designing c…
 
We're back. I fill you in on the plans for the podcast going forward. I share the new format that starts next week. I interview Doug Ballard, an old school renaissance strength athlete. Hear about his beginnings in powerlifting, how he ended up in sumo wrestling, highland games and weightlifting. This episode is brought to you by www.wilfleming.com…
 
Tom Cormier discusses his article “Exercise Programming for Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease” which appears in the August 2019 issue of Strength and Conditioning Journal. Mr. Cormier explains what nonalcoholic fatty liver disease is and what strength and conditioning professionals can do to help clients with this disease.…
 
We answer questions from you all like: Why Muscle Snatches are awesome, Micro-Dosing training for performance, training hamstrings for performance. And more! We are brought to you by the NSPA, learn more at www.nspa.org
 
Dr. Brian Gearity discusses the upcoming Sociology of Strength and Conditioning Special Topic Issue which appears in the December 2018 issue of Strength and Conditioning Journal. Dr. Gearity explains what sport sociology is, and why an understanding of sociology is important for strength and conditioning professionals.…
 
We are back and Brought to you by the NSPA. Learn more at www.nspa.org. On this one Dos and I talk about how to design effective complexes and combos and what the difference between the two actually is.
 
On this episode Alwyn Cosgrove gives us a detailed plan on how to train athletes for obstacle course racing (OCR) or known by their brand name, Spartan Races. He goes deep on how to solve the problem of an "unknowable" race, and what he has done to help athletes reach the world championships.As always we are brought to you by the NSPA learn more at…
 
On this episode coach Dos and I talk about athlete nutrition. Including my favorite recommendations for long term success for athletes. Why macro counting makes me want to pull my hair out. And how Dos has been a vegan for almost 30 years, and how to do vegan nutrition for athletes. We are brought to you by the NSPA, learn more at nspa.org…
 
On this episode Coach Dos and I talk about how to stay healthy while training, even at an elite level. Training as a masters athlete and how to make your squat go up without killing yourself.We are brought to you by the NSPA, learn more at www.nspa.org
 
On this episode I interview Vince Diprimio about training for soccer. Vince is the director of performance at Force Fitness and Performance in Bloomington, IN. As well as coaching 100's of athletes each week including high level Division 1 soccer players, Vince was a 4 year division 1 soccer player. We talk about conditioning in soccer. The role of…
 
After a LOOOONG hiatus, we talk about masters worlds in weightliftingweightlifting variation for athletes (AGAIN)How to start your own gym, and what to do to get it off the ground.If coach dos and I write our own workouts.
 
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