Vi firar avsnitt 200 genom att snacka med coachen och tränaren Joe Bennett – Mr Hypertrophy. Hör Joe berätta om sin syn på tränare och coacher samt hur han lägger upp träningen för sina klienter. Allt detta och mycket mer blandat med skratt och anekdoter. 00:21:07 – Joe in Tyngre Old School: ämnen och gäster som motiverar och inspirerar med träningen som en röd tråd. Alla våra gäster har en historia att berätta som både rör och berör – med Fredrik Age & Ashkan Aghili. Du som lyssnar på vår podcast får gärna betygsätta den på Apple Podcasts – lämna gärna en recension. Då blir podden mer synlig för andra plus att vi värdar blir glada.
#19 Automatic for the species: fixing Canada's Species at Risk Act with Joe Bennett & Audrey Turcotte
Today on the podcast we’re speaking with Joe Bennett and Audrey Turcotte. Joe received his PhD from the Faculty of Forestry at the University of British Columbia in 2012. He held a postdoctoral research fellowship at the University of Queensland in Australia, and is now an associate professor at Carleton University, where he is the co-director of the geomatics and landscape ecology laboratory. As is evident in our chat, Joe has a diversity of research interests, including the development of prioritization approaches for conservation, invasion ecology, paleoecology and spatial statistics. Audrey is a PhD Candidate at Université de Sherbrooke in Quebec, where she is studying behavioural, physiological and genetic responses of painted turtle populations that have been exposed to human-made barriers and activities. In 2018, Joe and his colleague Steve Cooke, selected Audrey to lead a graduate student project focused on exploring the shortcomings of Canada’s species at risk act, which you’ll hear us refer to as SARA in our conversation. In 2021, this project, which involved a total of 10 authors, was published in the open access journal Facets with the title “Fixing the Canadian Species at Risk Act: identifying major issues and recommendations for increasing accountability and efficiency”. In our conversation, we walk through the main points of their article, focusing on their recommendations for improving the federal legislation. We discuss the possibility of an automatic listing process under SARA for species that have been assessed as at risk by the committee on the status of endangered wildlife in Canada, or COSEWIC, where currently COSEWIC’s recommendations are considered by the federal cabinet alongside other factors, such as the socio-economic implications of applying protections to certain species and their habitats, a dynamic that sometimes ends in COSEWICs recommendations being rejected by the federal minister. Joe and Audrey also discuss their recommendation for improving the transparency and clarity of mandate regarding consultation and equitable recognition of Indigenous rights for those species listings that would impact Indigenous self-determination. We highly recommend exploring Joe and Audrey’s article as it provides a comprehensive and highly accessible description of the federal species at risk act, a critical assessment of its shortcomings, and several solutions that would drastically improve our ability to protect and recover at risk species in Canada. Audrey & Joe's article: https://www.facetsjournal.com/doi/10.1139/facets-2020-0064
Coinciding with the Brit Awards 2022 Musicologist Dr Joe Bennett is celebrating over 40 years of awards 'Song of the Year' category (SOTY) and has looked into how to create a hit song.As a Professor of Modern Music, Dr Bennett is looking back and analysing songs from past winners and nominees as well as diving into the impact technology has had.Since the first winner of SOTY in 1982, the structure of songs has gradually progressed. Interestingly by 2021, 50% of the SOTY nominees began with the chorus, which is a vast contrast to their predecessors throughout the 1980s.As well as the structure the length of tracks has changed too.By the mid-80s, SOTY nominees' songs were an average length of more than 4m 30s. More recently the average song duration was dramatically reduced in duration to an average of 3m 7s, between 2017-2021.This is attributed to several factors, including listener preferences, Spotify algorithms and the rise of social media such as TikTok.However, it's not only the tech that fans listen to music on that has evolved but also the tech behind the track. Findings show that songs that include the latest tech at the time were the most successful.For artists struggling to land on a song title, one word should do the trick. Short titles have become much more common in recent years, with half of the 2021 nominees having one-word titles - e.g., Lighter, Physical, Rain, Rover, Secrets. Of the 329 nominees, 75 have one-word titles.So, is it possible to create the 'ultimate song'?Dr Bennett has teamed up with Mastercard to explore the category across a 40-year period and identify a checklist to follow when creating a hit song. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Joe BennettLatics' left back, Joe Bennett joins us on this episode, we chat about parmos, Bob Mortimer, Neil Warnock, England managers, rainy nights in Accrington and a career spanning 14 years and counting.Find out who would be Joe's perfect recipient in a Secret Santa and what he'd get them, guaranteed to melt your heart. Never heard of the Pogues? And Pie and Chips at SpotlandWhat a great guest Joe is, a pleasure to speak with him.
Running a “First Class” Cold Heading Company, with Joe Bennett
Our guest on today’s podcast is Joe Bennett, Vice President of Sales at Seaway Bolt and Specials, a privately held cold heading company in Columbia Station, Ohio, founded in 1957. In the cold heading process, coiled steel is cut into slugs, which are then hit multiple times, ultimately pounding them into a desired shape. The [...]The post Running a “First Class” Cold Heading Company, with Joe Bennett first appeared on Today’s Machining World.
#53 Joe Bennett (Hypertrophy Coach) - Training For Muscle Growth
Stacked Strength Podcast
In today's episode, I sat down with Joe Bennet. Topics of discussion include does strength potentiate muscle, does muscle potentiate strength, mechanisms of muscle growth and practical application, internal vs external cuing, altering range of motion for muscle growth, periodizing muscle growth, muscle protein synthesis, managing expectations and more. TIMESTAMPS 00:01 Introduction 08:21 What is your content strategy? 15:10 Does strength potentiate muscle growth? 18:20 Does muscle potentiate strength? 23:00 Mechanisms of hypertrophy and practical application 32:16 Internal vs external cues 40:53 Altering range of motion for muscle growth 49:21 Periodizing for muscle growth 57:54 Acute vs chronic increase in muscle protein synthesis 01:11:30 Managing expectations 01:17:34 Where can people find you? FOLLOW US Joe Bennett (Hypertrophy Coach) IG: https://www.instagram.com/hypertrophycoach/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRZC4kbD4lIVe02LL2H27Aw Website: https://www.hypertrophycoach.com/ Stacked Strength DM FOR COACHING: https://www.instagram.com/stackedstrength/ WEBSITE: https://www.stackedstrength.com/ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/stackedstrength/ YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBrMmbKtbwRtMtG3JRmw7bA
Episode 9: Hypertrophy Coach Joe Bennett- The Core of Hypertrophy Training
Episode 9: Hypertrophy Coach Joe Bennett- The Core of Hypertrophy Training In this episode of J3 University, Luke and I are joined by Joe Bennett to discuss hypertrophy training for what really makes us improve. We get into setting a standard for quality for volume based on execution and effort. Leading us into addressing weak points for advanced level competitors and how does Joe manage recovery for this caliber of athlete. This episode is filled with in the trench application you can apply to your training immediately. Joe Bennett, BS in Exercise Science and owner of Hypertrophycoach.com For more information on Joe Bennett: Instagram: @hypertrophycoach Website: www.hypertrophycoach.com Youtube: Hypertrophy Coach Timestamps Joe Bennett Intro- 00:00:28 Training Theory, Client Physique Progress- 00:04:40 Training Cues- 00:14:24 Session Structure during relearning of movement pattern- 00:24:59 Initial Training Set Up- 00:30:49 Working with lack of Stability Strength- 00:39:37 Managing volume from session to session- 00:46:59 Optimal session structure- 00:57:32 Rotating exercises session to session- 01:05:39 J3 UNIVERSTIY: http://j3university.com COACHING: http://J3sportsrd.com FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/J3-University-103894631667528 INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/johnjewett3/ Luke Miller INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/noswitchfitness/?hl=en Luke Miller coaching: https://noswitchfitness.com/contact/
Great to be joined by Wildwind Sailing beach manager and founder of Total Joyrider, Mr Joe Bennett! Having knows Joe for many years, it was great to actually sit down with him and have a proper chat about his sailing career, getting into seasons and creating a lifestyle for himself and his family that allow them to enjoy the things they love. We discussed his early career getting into the season life, to his current position being in charge of a whole team of instructors, as well as all the guests. We chatted about his process when managing people, a skill that unfortunately, many in those positions sorely lack. We chatted about everyone having a battle to fight, keeping staff happy despite the challenges of season life, social media in the young generation and a whole lot more! It's not the most heavy conversation in terms of mental health, but as I'm progressing with this podcast I think I'm realising what it is. I just want to talk to people about how they live their lives, and hopefully the listeners, and myself, can take some lessons to make daily life easier for ourselves. Joe has definitely lived a great life, and the fact he's build a lifestyle where he continues a career in what he loves, living in an amazing place and raising a family is something we can all learn from. It's amazing all the silly things, daily coffee, gadgets etc we really don't need in order to be happy A big tv always helps though 😅 Hope you all enjoy 🙏