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12 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jay DeMayo. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jay DeMayo, often where they are interviewed.

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My Thoughts Monday #154- Jay DeMayo- Looking At Our HR Department Differently

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“We can’t complain about our compensation package if we don’t take advantage of all of our compensation package.” This My Thoughts Monday is brought to you by Vald Performance. Vald’s constant drive to help coaches find better information to drive more educated directions is second to none. Check out this weeks Metric Minute and make sure to go check out all their great products at: www.valdperformance.com As school has started and we are starting to work our way to this “new normal”, we also enter the time of year of open enrollment. In this weeks My Thoughts Monday I discuss two main things that we, in the coaching profession, over look how Human Resources is there to help us, and why we need to change how we utilize them for our betterment. ENJOY THE CONTENT? THEN YOU SHOULD CHECK OUT THE STRENGTH COACH NETWORK! We built The Strength Coach Network to provide you three ways become the best practitioner possible. First, each month we add a new lecture from one of the best practitioners in the world to help keep you and your staff up to date with what the best of the best are doing with their athletes RIGHT NOW! Secondly, the forum provides you a new avenue to connect with practitioners around the world to find a unique point of view from coaches all over the world when it comes to career advice, training ideas, or any aspect of our lives in coaching. Finally, you get exclusive discounts on all products CVASPS related, INCLUDING your seat at The Seminar! When you add those three in with our library of over 100 sensational lectures, including all of those from The Central Virginia Sport Performance Seminar, you have found your one stop shop for continuing education for you and your staff. Make sure you hop over today and get your first 48 hours for only $1 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
Sep 14 2020 · 14mins
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My Thoughts Monday #153- Jay DeMayo- WHAT. ARE. WE. DOING?

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“How do we expect to be taken more seriously when we have been working so hard to get a seat at this table, and now we get a seat at the table, and then we’re trying to go around everything that we’ve been working for? What are we doing?” This My Thoughts Monday is brought to you by Vald Performance. Vald’s constant drive to help coaches find better information to drive more educated directions is second to none. Check out this weeks Metric Minute and make sure to go check out all their great products at: www.valdperformance.com There are some coaches making some seriously dangerous decisions right now in relation to COVID-19. In this weeks My Thoughts Monday I share how I see the fear of us, and sports medicine, have of losing our jobs and being out on our butts is leading us to make some really dangerous decisions on how we handle our athlete’s during this pandemic. ENJOY THE CONTENT? THEN YOU SHOULD CHECK OUT THE STRENGTH COACH NETWORK! We built The Strength Coach Network to provide you three ways become the best practitioner possible. First, each month we add a new lecture from one of the best practitioners in the world to help keep you and your staff up to date with what the best of the best are doing with their athletes RIGHT NOW! Secondly, the forum provides you a new avenue to connect with practitioners around the world to find a unique point of view from coaches all over the world when it comes to career advice, training ideas, or any aspect of our lives in coaching. Finally, you get exclusive discounts on all products CVASPS related, INCLUDING your seat at The Seminar! When you add those three in with our library of over 100 sensational lectures, including all of those from The Central Virginia Sport Performance Seminar, you have found your one stop shop for continuing education for you and your staff. Make sure you hop over today and get your first 48 hours for only $1 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
Sep 07 2020 · 13mins

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Spider Scoop Podcast #16: Jay DeMayo

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Jay DeMayo, head strength and conditioning coach for Spider men's basketball, joins Noah on this weeks show.  They discuss what separates training an athlete from general strength, how COVID has changed their programming approach, the upcoming season and much more!
Follow Jay on Instagram and Twitter (@CVASPS) for more training content and to keep up with his podcast!
Find me (@noahgoldberg10) and Austin (@austindaisey11) on Twitter and Instagram for more exclusive Spider Basketball Content!
Questions/Inquiries: noahgoldberg10@gmail.com
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Aug 23 2020 · 59mins
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The Art of Being a Dynamic Strength Coach - with Jay DeMayo: Episode #20

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Mark and Chris speak with Jay DeMayo, Head Strength and Conditioning Coach Men’s Basketball for the University of Richmond Spiders and Curator of CVASPS (Central Virginia Strength Performance Symposium).

Jay discusses the current state of NCAA Sports and Richmond Basketball in the wake of COVID-19 and discusses the importance of being a dynamic Strength Coach, and meeting players where they are, not just post pandemic but as an industry practice.

Reach out or follow Jay:

Instagram: @CVASPS

Twitter: @CVASPS 

Jul 11 2020 · 1hr 19mins

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NSCA’s Coaching Podcast, Episode 15: Jay DeMayo

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Jay DeMayo, strength and conditioning coach at the University of Richmond, talks to the NSCA Head Strength and Conditioning Coach, Scott Caulfield, about training within a system but having flexibly, empowering athletes to make decisions in workouts, staying at one institution for 15+ years, books every coach should read, and knowing your role within the team setting.

Jay DeMayo is in his 15th year as a strength and conditioning coach at the University of Richmond, and his eighth year working with the men’s basketball team. DeMayo is directly responsible for the strength training, conditioning, and flexibility development of the men and women’s basketball teams. He also educates the student-athletes on the proper nutrition to make sure their bodies are performing to their full potential. DeMayo has presented at numerous seminars and clinics in five different states and has coached and lectured for a month at Ningbo University in China. He came to Richmond from Indiana State, where he was a graduate assistant during the 2002 – 2003 academic year. 

Follow Jay on Instagram and Twitter: @cvasps | Find Scott on Twitter: @scottcaulfield

Show Notes

“It’s kind of time to stop fighting and bickering about exercise and this and that and start talking about principles and results and performance and things that we can do to make sure we’re doing things better for the people we work for—and that’s the athlete.” 9:21

“We tend to look at people (coaches) differently because they’re American.” 11:11

“I have no problem with an athlete saying ‘I don’t want to deadlift, I want trap bar deadlift or sumo deadlift’ because until you can show me research that shows if you deadlift X amount of bodyweight, then you’ll go to the NBA, then who cares? It’s general exercise, keep getting strong at it until you’re stuck.” 14:55

“You have to own the position… If you want your kids to hit squat depth or whatever it is but you don’t teach them how to be in that bottom position, I think you’re asking for problems.” 21:53

“The principle behind everything is to get a little better each time.” 24:41

Suggested reading:
Conscious Coaching by Brett Bartholomew 29:24
1 x 20 by Michael Yessis 30:02
Supertraining by Mel Siff 30:11
Starting Strength by Mark Rippetoe 31:50

“I think if you’re starting… the one thing you have to be willing to do, and a lot of us have done wrong, is that we don’t have the ability to say no.” 32:41

“Shut up and listen.” 33:39

“There’s nothing like a Buddy Morris rant.” 34:46

“The Rock said it best; ‘sometimes you just have to know your role and shut your mouth’”. 35:39

“It’s years of work to just understand what you’re doing.” 36:57

“What we do is really important but what we do does not trump what the sport coach does or what the athletes do.” 38:12

“When there’s a job that’s posted that means that other people are working more because it’s open so calling and emailing isn’t probably your best bet to inquire about it.” 42:35

“There’s got to be something better we can do than use exercise as punishment.” 45:46

Oct 09 2017 ·
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32: Jay DeMayo | Sponsored by SimpliFaster

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This week’s guest is Jay DeMayo, strength coach at the University of Richmond, working with basketball and swimming, lacrosse, and tennis.  In the world of swimming, Jay also spends time with Nova Aquatics where he has worked with Olympic Gold medalist Townley Haas.  In addition to his day job duties, Jay puts together the Central Virginia Sports Performance Seminar and also runs the CVASP Performance Podcast.

Jay is one of the growing number of users of the 1x20 strength training system where he gets great results with his athletes with less stress coming out of the weight room.  It isn’t the only method Jay uses, however, as we’ll talk about how this work is used as a tool in the context of long-term athlete development.

Ultimately, talking to Jay gives us great insight into what really matters when conducting a strength program for athletes.  He is one of the most practical strength coaches I know and has great insight into the process of developing players.

Today on the show Jay and I will talk about a variety of topics, including year to year development of college athletes, daily workout progressions, key performance indicators for basketball, the 1x20 system, aquatic strength training, and more.

Today’s episode is brought to you by SimpliFaster, supplier of high-end athletic development tools, such as the Freelap timing system, kBox, Sprint 1080, and more.
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Key Points:

Jay’s background as a coach
Long term and year to year development of collegiate athletes
Using the foundational movement training, 1x20, Triphasic and Velocity-Based training systems over time
What Jay’s daily workouts look like for his squads
Jay’s ideas on some key performance indicators that physical preparation for basketball can enhance
Ideas on “slow cooking strength” over time for maximal athletic performance gain
Weekly weight progressions in the 1x20 system
Jay’s work with swimmers in context of the 1x20 program
What Jay’s work with swimming has taught him for working with other sports
Jay’s unique beliefs in the strength and conditioning field
“Let’s find the minimal stimulus required to elicit adaptation, once they are able to handle that stimulus, or adaptation has occurred, increase it slightly”

“If you’re building properly, and your not hammering the kids, you can continue to progress for a very long time, even in the competitive season… and then you come back and they don’t lose as much”

“Our warmup is a combination of the gymnastics bodies crawls, and the Dan John carry series… two birds, one stone.  You carry something down, you crawl back”

“(for basketball), We look at vertical jump quite a bit, and we look at that versus squat strength, and as they keep adding weight, does that number keep going up, and when that number starts to flatten out, well now we need to start thinking about something else, right?”

“Look good, feel good, play good”

“You gotta allow them to have autonomy, especially this generation.  If you can explain it to them, and allow them to have imput in it, it’s awesome”

“You need to be willing to go outside your comfort zone, to ask questions, and to question what you’re doing and learn from people who are a lot smarter than you”
About Jay DeMayo
Jay DeMayo is in his 13th year as a strength and conditioning coach at the University of Richmond, and his eighth year working with the men’s basketball team.

DeMayo is directly responsible for the strength training, conditioning and flexibility development of the men and women’s basketball teams. He also educates the student-athletes on the proper nutrition to make sure their bodies are performing to their full potential.

Jay has presented at 10 different seminars and clinics in five different states and has coached and lectured for a month at Ningbo University in China. He came to Richmond from Indiana State,
Jan 20 2017 · 42mins
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Physical Preparation with Jay DeMayo

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Jay DeMayo is in his 10th year as a strength and conditioning coach at the University of Richmond, and his eighth year working with the men’s basketball team.

Jay and I met in 2012 when he asked me to speak at his Central Virginia Sports Performance Seminar. If you’ve never heard of it before, it’s a world class event and one that I always recommend to fellow coaches.

In this show Jay and I cover a ton of topics, including how to know if your athletes are ready for jump training, the often missed value and role of elasticity work, and how a call out from a fellow coach prompted him to create the CVASP seminar.

Show Outline

Here’s a brief overview of what we covered in this episode:

  •  How Jay got into the world of physical preparation.
  • Some insight into his current gig at Richmond University, where he’s currently in his 10th year.
  • What long-term athletic development means to him, and how he’s applying those principles to his collegiate level athletes.
  • The biggest issues Jay deals with when it comes to incoming athletes.
  • An overview of the onboarding process that Jay uses to get his athletes up to speed.
  • The 1×20 Program: What it is, who created it, and why he’s a fan.
  • How Natalia Verkoshansky has influenced him, and his thoughts on dedicated jump training for basketball players.
  • His thoughts on how you introduce jump training with your athletes, without killing them in the process.
  • Jay’s thought’s on “minimum effective dose.”
  • The BIG Question.
  • The lightning round, where we discuss what prompted him to start the CVASP seminar, Ryan Horn’s beard, the books he’s reading right now, and what’s up next for Jay DeMayo.

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The post Physical Preparation with Jay DeMayo appeared first on Robertson Training Systems.

Sep 23 2016 · 1hr 3mins
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CoachMePlus' Applied Sports Science Podcast - Episode 4 - Jay DeMayo

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In this episode, Kevin sits down with Richmond Strength and Conditioning Coach Jay DeMayo. They discuss how Jay's background shaped his philosophy about sports performance technology. How does he use technology with the men's basketball team? What is the next wave of sports performance technology? Could it be with eye training? Jay breaks it down in the way only he can...
Jul 07 2016 · 1hr 11mins
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Jay DeMayo Men's Basketball Strength Coach Richmond U

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Jason DeMayo is in his 10th year as a strength and conditioning coach at the University of Richmond, and his eighth year working with the men's basketball team.

DeMayo is directly responsible for the strength training, conditioning and flexibility development of the men and women's basketball teams. He also educates the student-athletes on the proper nutrition to make sure their bodies are performing to their full potential.

Jay has presented at 10 different seminars and clinics in five different states and has coached and lectured for a month at Ningbo University in China.

He came to Richmond from Indiana State, where he was a graduate assistant during the 2002-03 academic year. The Fairport, N.Y. native played on the soccer team at SUNY-Cortland.

We discuss in this episode of the Coach Brix Nation many things including:

~Is there a difference between training Women and Men Basketball players

~The role social media plays with today's athlete

~Specialized exercises for basketball players

Jay also runs a site cvasps.com.  (Central Virginia Sports Performance) where he has tons of information for the strength and conditioning coach. 

May 05 2016 · 37mins
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Episode 79: Interview with Jay DeMayo

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This episodes guest is Jay DeMayo.Jay is the head Strength and Conditioning for men and women's basketball teams at the University of Richmond.Jay is the man behind the Central Virginia Sports Performance Seminar. This is an annual seminar where some of the worlds top coaches and sport scientists present.On this episode Jay and I discussed:- Jays background and Influences- Principles that drive Jays Training Process- How Jay incorporates Special Strength Training into his programs- Advice and Resources- And Much More.Hope you guys enjoy the show.Stay Strong,RBShow Sponsor:To get INSTANT ACCESS to almost 20 hours of World Class online video Strength and Conditioning Information go to upmentorship.com
Oct 07 2015 · 1hr 15mins
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