Cam Josse, Team Culture, Ownership, Qualitative VS Quantitative Analysis || Episode #60 [EN]
Upside Strength Podcast
Cameron Josse is an Athletic Performance Coach for Football at Indiana University. Prior to arriving at Indiana, Cameron spent 7 years in the private sector with DeFranco's Training Systems, operating as Director of Sports Performance from 2014-2020. Cameron has worked with a multitude of athletes in high school and collegiate sports as well as professional athletes in the NFL, NHL, UFC, and WWE. Cameron earned his bachelor's degree in kinesiology while playing football at the University of Rhode Island and holds a master's degree in exercise science from William Paterson University.Links:Twitter: https://twitter.com/iucoachjosseThe Process Bundle: https://uaconcepts.com/product/the-process-bundle/SimpliFaster Articles: https://simplifaster.com/?s=cameron+josseTopics:0:00 - Intro0:29 - Start0:53 - Background5:37 - Team culture12:21 - Player load management16:29 - Testing workout and protocols21:31 - How did you first get interested in speed development?25:01 - How has your thinking changed around this topics since you first started digging into it?29:59 - Qualitative VS quantitative mindset 39:53 - Video analysis for athletes 43:59 - Taking ownership of one’s development47:14 - Quantitative - Speed testing54:49 - Rapid fire questions57:47 - Where can we find you on social?Video interview: https://youtu.be/e4YIdI9m0WU
Benefits of max speed in team sports & fitting a sprinters model onto a team sport athlete with Cam Josse (Performance Coach for Football at Indiana University)
Pacey Performance Podcast
In this episode of the Pacey Performance Podcast, I am speaking to Athletic Performance Coach for Football at Indiana University, Cam Josse. I am absolutely delighted to get Cam on the podcast today. I was lucky enough to see Cam present at the Coaches vs Covid-19 conference at the start of April and ask him a few questions. His presentation was incredible and we used that presentation as a framework for this episode. After having Jonas Dodoo on the podcast last week, Cam and I focused on max speed for today's focus. If you work with sprinters or with team sport athletes, there will be plenty of information in there for you. If you enjoyed this episode with Cam Josse, you may enjoy these episodes with Jonas Dodoo, Stu McMillan, Loren Landow, and Boo Schexnayder. In this episode we discussed... Who is Cam Josse (background, experience and current role)? Max speedBenefits of max speed in team sports Testing splits Enhancing segments with specific exercisesStrength speed - speed strength - reactive and elastic ability - max speed ability Fitting a sprinters model onto a team sport athleteDrilling too much? Force vector theory Team sport athlete common faultsThe butt-kickerHow faults can lead to secondary and tertiary issues (injury etc) The forward-leaner The over-archer Cam can be found on Twitter @IUCoachJosse This episode of the Pacey Performance Podcast is sponsored by Hawkin Dynamics, the team behind the worlds only wireless force plate system. Hawkin Dynamics can be found at hawkindynamics.com and you can follow them on Twitter @hawkindynamics This episode is also sponsored by IMeasureU. IMeasureU are a world leading inertial platform to precisely quantify body movement and workload metrics in the field. IMeasureU can be found at imeasureu.com and you can follow them on Twitter @imeasureu. This episode is sponsored by BLK BOX, leaders in performance training equipment & facility design. BLK BOX manufacture and distribute a full range of strength training equipment across Europe from their Headquarters in Belfast, Northern Ireland. BLK BOK can be found at blkboxfitness.com and you can follow them on Twitter @blkboxfitness and Instagram @blkboxfitness. This episode is also sponsored by Kitman Labs. Kitman partners with leading sports teams to achieve consistent success, on and off the pitch. Over 150 teams across the globe use Kitman Labs' Athlete Optimization System to simplify daily operations and rely on the company's unique analytics to uncover the factors that influence success. You can find Kitman Labs at kitmanlabs.com and on Twitter @kitmanlabs. Keep up to date with everything that is going on with the podcast by following on Twitter @strengthofsci or visiting strengthofscience.com. Enjoy PP
Episode #27: The Curriculum: Special Guest Cam Josse
Cam Josse makes his second stop on the show! He is the Director of Sports Performance at Defranco's Gym. Cam speaks at confrences all over the world and has been featured on over 100 podcasts. There are some technical issues early in the episode, if you want to get to the 100% clear part you can skip to 17:45
The amazing Cam Josse joins the podcast and discusses how a strength and conditioning program can help you jump higher! Are you concerned about gaining weight when lifting, or getting hurt. A quality strength and conditioning program will not only get you faster, instead of bulky, but also help prevent injury! This is a can't miss episode if you plan on improving your jumping this year!
#237 A New (Brilliant) Approach to Programming Unilateral Exercises, "Training Games" & More w/ Cam Josse!
Joe DeFranco's Industrial Strength Show
Cam Josse returns to the podcast to share some NEW programming ideas and progressions he's been implementing at DeFranco's private gym in East Rutherford, NJ! Specific topics of conversation include: ACL injury prevention guidelines; Why Cameron now STARTS his training cycles with an emphasis on unilateral movements and then progresses to bilateral movements (as opposed to the other way around); How to classify, program & progress GAMES into your athlete's training; Efficiency vs Effectiveness; Can Mental Toughness be developed in the weightroom...and much, Much MORE! *For Show Notes, Timestamps & Important Links from this episode goto: www.IndustrialStrengthShow.com
Episode 199- Cam Josse- Reverse Engineering The Entire Game
CVASPS The Podcast
“Instead of giving them a bunch of coaching cues at first, give them the principle of the idea first and work backwards from there.”“The what, then follows, the why”“Everybody says work backward from the game, but not everyone has a road map to do that.”This episode of The Podcast is brought to you by Exxentric, the makers of the kBox and kPulley. Exxentric is the world leader in fly wheel training technology providing multiple pieces to fit your budget and needs to better serve your athletes. North American customers looking for more info should contact Andreas at firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-739-1391. All others, or to learn more about the kBox, kPulley and flywheel training, please go to their website at: https://exxentric.com/.Today we are joined by Cam Josse to discuss with us programming and how to reverse engineer an entire sport to develop athletes. Cam starts out by discussing with us how the voyage from reading a book to writing a book with Fergus Connolly has changed his outlook on training. This leads him directly into the idea of reverse engineering the sport, what that means to the principles of his training program, and where are some mistakes that he has observed some coaches making with this. He includes how teaching them the tactics and the idea’s of creating and constraining space has changed not just how he teaches his athletes movement skills, but has improved how his athlete’s understand what they’re trying to get them to do. Cam then talks about the cognitive and psychological aspects of training, and how that can be a huge factor in the transfer of training to competition. Make sure you subscribe to his YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1pirpwMZtLqkjrJSBIV3aA We are hoping to provide the best possible content for strength coaches with each of our shows. If feel this could provide value for anyone else in the strength and conditioning field please feel free to share.Enjoy the content? Then you should check out The Strength Coach Network!The Strength Coach Network has taken The CVASPS Community and The Rugby Strength Coach Community and combined them to provide you the internet’s best content in one place. With more than 200 hours of fantastic lecture material make sure to check out The Strength Coach Network The Strength Coach Network and get your first month at HALF PRICE by using the link here: https://strengthcoachnetwork.com/cvasps/#StrengthCoach, #StrengthAndConditioningCoach, #Podcast, #LearningAtLunch, #TheSeminar, #SportsTraining, #PhysicalPreparation, #TheManual, #SportTraining,#SportPerformance, #HumanPerformance, #StrengthTraining, #SpeedTraining, #Training, #Coach, #Performance, #Sport, #HighPerformance, #VBT, #VelocityBasedTraining, #TriphasicTraining, #Plyometrics
#200 Did I Change My View on "Unstable Training"? [Plus other polarizing topics w/ Cam Josse]
Joe DeFranco's Industrial Strength Show
Joe kicks off this historic episode by thanking his audience and announcing the details of his "200th episode contest/giveaway!" After the intro, Cameron Josse joins Joe and together they discuss some of the most polarizing topics in the industry. These topics include: Unstable Training; Improving on-field agility; Youth development & sports specialization; "Internet experts"...and Much MORE! For Show Notes & Timestamps visit www.IndustrialStrengthShow.com
#176 Cam Josse talks Social Media Addiction, Programming for Elite Athletes & More!
Joe DeFranco's Industrial Strength Show
Seven months ago, Cameron Josse abruptly deleted all of his social media, replaced his smart phone with a flip phone, and virtually "disappeared". On this week's podcast, he breaks his silence and explains exactly WHY he decided to vanish from social media, how it's affected his personal & professional life, and what he's up to now. The second half of the show is dedicated to training. More specifically, Cam shares the new weekly template that he's using with his elite athletes. For Show Notes & Timestamps goto www.IndustrialStrengthShow.com
Physical Preparation Podcast – Robertson Training Systems
Cameron Josse is the Director of Sports Performance for DeFranco’s Training Systems in East Rutherford, NJ. He has been working with DeFranco’s Training Systems since 2013 and has quickly built up a resume working with a multitude of athletes in high school and collegiate sports, as well as professional athletes in the NFL, NHL, UFC, and WWE superstars. Cameron earned his bachelor’s degree in kinesiology while playing football at the University of Rhode Island and holds a master’s degree in exercise science from William Paterson University. In this show, Cameron and I talk about the need for rate, magnitude and direction with your force training, how to layer sprint, medicine ball and jump training into a program, and the role max speed training can play on improving acceleration. This is one of my best shows to date, and I know you’re going to love it. Show Outline Here’s a brief overview of what we covered in this week’s show: MR Monologue: The Season for Giving Thanks How training at DeFranco’s as an athlete was the start of Cam’s journey in physical preparation. The tests he uses to determine an athlete’s strengths and weaknesses. Weighted sleds: Why they use them, when to use them, and how much resistance is optimal. How they integrate jumps and medicine ball throws into their training to improve the 10-yard dash. Cam’s approach to program design using velocity-dominant and force-dominant days, including the session layout for each day. The role maximal speed training has on acceleration. The BIG Question. An awesome lightning round where we talk about his career highlight thus far, the books he’s reading, what’s next for Cam Josse, and his super ninja secrets to building those guns! Related Links Connect with Cam Facebook CameronJosse Twitter @camjosse Instagram @camjosse Books Referenced Tactical Periodization Anatomy Trains Behave Conscious Coaching Miscellaneous Links The Truth About Speed in the NFL NFL Early Off-Season Program Love using the 10-step power skip for distance as a way to assess horizontal force and projection ability. I spoke about this recently on @RobTrainSystems podcast. Training IS testing. @DeFrancosGym pic.twitter.com/xjpwDVkCyW — Cameron Josse (@CamJosse) November 30, 2017 The post Cam Josse on Building a Blazing Fast 10 appeared first on Robertson Training Systems.