On today’s show of the AC Performance Podcast I sat down with Bill Miller, S&C coach based out of the greater Chicago area. Bill is all about rotational power development and provides amazing information on how he develops and how it translates to better sports performance. Go follow him on IG @billmillertraining for great daily content. Also go check out his book Swing Fast: https://www.amazon.com/SWING-FAST-Guide-Developing-Rotational/dp/B08GVGMX8F/ref=redir_mobile_desktop?ie=UTF8&qid=1596947181&ref_=tmm_pap_title_0&sr=8-1-fkmr0
Ep 33: Bill Miller- Applying Velocity Based Training to Rotational Power Development
Speed and Power Podcast
Bill Miller is a strength coach and author of the book, Swing Fast: A Guide To Developing Rotational Power. Through his program of rotational power development Bill improves swing speed, throwing velocities, and all areas of rotation with his athletes. This podcast has a ton of practical information and we talked about types of rotational throws, how to choose the correct weight, anti-rotation training, and even strength exercises Bill has seen correlate with higher swing speeds. https://www.instagram.com/billmillertraining/ https://www.amazon.com/Swing-Fast-Guide-Developing-Rotational-ebook/dp/B08F4MYW7T
Bill Miller, PhD, MD on being an introverted imposter with ADHD
Shiny Epi People
Bill Miller, MD, PhD, MPH is Senior Associate Dean of Research, Professor of Epidemiology at the Ohio State University College of Public Health, and international expert in infectious disease epidemiology, and yet he describes himself as "an introverted imposter with ADD." Bill unpacks all of this, as well as being known in his family as "the dumbest smart kid" they ever knew. He also tells me about being comfortable with vulnerability, his 3-legged cat, his college athletic career, and what sports he would like to compete in if he were an Olympian. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/shinyepipeople)
MC-20 Father Bill Miller - personal pilgrimages and The Last Howlelujah
This month we speak to Father Bill Miller, an Episcopal priest who set off on a cross-country road trip with his terminally ill dog, not knowing if the dog would make it back home,.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Got a treat for you all today. Had Bill Miller on the podcast today to discuss swinging fast. We talked about several components to speed development from: 1) creating core stiffness for optimal energy transferring 2) deceleration exercises to improve speed 3) lead and trail arm power development 4) using feedback to improve outcomes If you want to hit it farther, then all you need to do is listen and start applying these principles in your training. Connect with Bill: Instagram @billmillertraining Twitter @billmills Swing Fast Book --------- Connect with Doctor J: Instagram & Twitter: @mccullough_dpt ---------- Join the Golf Under Par Podcast Community: Facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/golffit --------- Questions, comment, concerns: Email: email@example.com--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gupp/support
"On the Shoulders of Giants" with Thomas Steenburg- Tribute to Bill Miller
Monster X Radio
Tribute to Bill Miller- On this episode Thomas and Julie discuss his long time friend and colleague Bill Miller who recently passed on October 1. In 1980 Bill had an experience while night fishing that led him to attend a Sasquatch conference years later in Vancouver, where he met Thomas in 1998. They began a decades long friendship and investigation into the enigma of Sasquatch. Thomas tells some stories about the business Bill founded, Sasquatch Country Adventures, that he was hired as a tour guide. The late beloved John Green rode along on many of their adventures and Thomas also shares many fond memories of the three of them searching the wilds of Canada looking for answers. Bill was a great friend to Thomas and many others and will truly be missed.Thomas is from British Columbia and has been researching the Sasquatch enigma since 1978 and is considered by many to be an "old school" investigator. He has authored three books on the topic: "The Sasquatch in Alberta"', 1989; “Sasquatch, Bigfoot, The Continuing Mystery", 1993; and "In search of Giants", 2000. Thomas has also co-authored two other titles: "Meet the Sasquatch", 2004 and "Sasquatch in British Columbia”, 2012. He has also written many articles and appeared on numerous television and Radio documentaries. Thomas is one of the last old school investigators who was privy to the stories and was friends with several of the “Squatchfathers”!Check out his website at http://thomassteenburg.com/Sponsored by Monster X Radio, and Sasquatch Coffee, have you tried it Yet-i ??Join the discussion!Join Monster X Radio on Facebook (www.facebook.com/groups/MonsterX)Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/MonsterXRadio
35: Transparent Pass-thru PBM, Bill Miller, CEO, Drexi
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Rotational Power, Force Velocity Profile, and Fatigue Monitoring with Bill Miller author of Swing Fast
The Movement System podcast
In this podcast, Bill Miller, CSCS breaks down his system for developing Rotational Power in athletes. . Bill became obsessed with speed and rotational power from his experience as the “big guy” baseball player who lacked rotational speed and power. . Through years of experience training athletes and refining his system for objective testing and training, he discovered the reason that he was velocity deficient and how to test and train athletes with similar deficits. . A lot of our discussion involves the nuance and specificity of training adaptations and why the athlete with the highest 1RM often isn’t the one hitting the most home runs. . Bill performs unique objective measures on his athletes including force velocity profiling by measuring speed of medicine ball throws of various weights. Other objective measures that we discuss include reactive strength index, rate of force development, max strength, and more! . Bill wrote “Swing Fast” which is available on Amazon and I’d definitely recommend for strength coaches working with rotational athlete.
Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)
483: NetApp CIO Bill Miller discusses Bill’s purview as the CIO of NetApp How the company works with external partners to build capabilities How the company acts as an internal first user The Cloud One Platform and The DevOps framework the company has built How the company works with external partners to build capabilities Bill’s view on how COVID-19 will impact the world in the long term The importance of CIOs getting advantages out of data The biggest threats to CIOs today Among a variety of other topics. _________________________________________ This episode is sponsored by Zoho.
San Antonio: Bill Miller Bar-B-Q CEO Jim Guy Egbert
Texas Business Minds
An institution across South Texas, Bill Miller Bar-B-Q is looking to expand across the state. Led for the first time by a non-family member, Jim Guy Egbert may be relatively new to the restaurant industry. However, Egbert is a homegrown talent and he's no stranger in real estate circles which will be key to continued growth. In this episode, Egbert joins SABJ Reporter Mitchell Parton to share the latest from this legendary restaurant chain.