Wow how lucky are we to continue our coaching masters series with the wonderful Derek Hansen. Derek is an International Sports performance consultant who has over 30 years of experience working in a range of collegiate, professional sport and Olympic settings. Derek is a master of making the complex simple and applying training to athletes that actually makes a difference. In this conversation we explore the work and relationship Derek had with the late great Charlie Francis. We touch on how Derek starts the training process when it comes to speed development and explore some ideas about how this can be applied. Derek also provides an incredible insight to his thoughts around injuries in modern day sports and what can or can't be done to influence this. If you work with athletes that need to be fast or if you are an athlete that wants to get faster then you need this hour of wisdom. For anyone interested in finding out more about Derek Hansen and his programs please check out the links below. www.runningmechanics.com www.sprintcoach.com
Culture is Everything and Drives Growth with Derek Hansen at Mynt Systems
Growth Think Tank
Companies don’t scale without the right people on the team. So leaders have to craft a strategy for growth and create a place where culture is everything. Believing culture is everything is a shift that can make a top-tier team. Today’s guest is Derek Hansen, CEO at Mynt Systems. Inc Magazine ranked his company #1124 on the 2020 Inc 5000 list. Mynt Systems transforms commercial real estate into alpha-performing sustainable assets. Derek talks about why he believes culture is everything. He knows the importance of his people to the mission of the business. Get the show notes for Culture is Everything and Drives Growth with Derek Hansen at Mynt Systems Click to Tweet: Listening to a fantastic episode on Growth Think Tank featuring #DerekHansen with your host @GeneHammett https://bit.ly/gttDerekHansen #CultureisEverythingandDrivesGrowth #GeneHammettPodcast #CultureisEverything #GHepisode758 #GTTepisodes #Podcasts #IncList2020 Give Growth Think Tank a review on iTunes!
Derek Hansen on Con Ed, Microdosing, and Bringing Speed Training to the Masses
Physical Preparation Podcast – Robertson Training Systems
Derek Hansen is an international sports performance consultant specializing in speed development, strategic performance planning, return-to-competition protocols, and neuromuscular electrical stimulation programming. As a life-long athlete with a passion for speed and sprint training, Derek’s career initially began in Track and Field, where he provided coaching and training programs to sprint athletes of all ages. After graduating from the University of British Columbia and McGill University, Derek’s career quickly evolved to working with collegiate sprinters, hurdlers, and jumpers. He has worked with countless top performing athletes, Olympic medalists, and world-record holders and consulted dozens of professional sports teams and major NCAA Division 1 Programs. Derek has also served as the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for Simon Fraser University and regularly speaks on topics related to speed development and high performance training at major events around the world. Derek joins me today to share how his approach to working with athletes has changed since the pandemic began. We discuss the concept of microdosing and how Derek uses it when working with athletes. We talk about the benefits of microdosing workouts and how they can help you achieve the same intense workouts while improving an athlete’s readiness and peak performance. Derek shares how he incorporates sprinting and speed development as a protective element of his hamstring rehabilitation programs. We discuss how Derek continues to educate athletes, despite the COVID-19 pandemic, his strategy for creating online courses for the masses, and what he predicts the future will hold for Con. Ed. And last but not least, Derek also shares the lessons he has learned about training, programming, and coaching athletes as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and his advice to young, up-and-coming physical preparation coaches. With microdosing, we’re still getting the work done – we’re just shortening the exposure on the day so it doesn’t seem like we’re making people do excessive stuff. – Derek Hansen This week on the Physical Preparation Podcast: How COVID-19 impacted the way Derek works with athletes What microdosing workouts are Manipulating workout volume, intensity, and frequency through microdosing workouts Common mistakes and misconceptions around microdosing workouts Connecting the dots between regular training and microdosing workouts Using sprinting and speed development as a protective element of your hamstring rehab program How Derek continues to educate others despite the COVID-19 restrictions How Derek developed his online course How Derek predicts Con. Ed. will evolve over the next few years Lessons Derek has learned about training, coaching, and programming as a result of COVID Derek’s advice for new physical prep coaches Derek’s new training program – The Microdosing Program Resources Mentioned: Kajabi Related Content: Physical Preparation with Derek Hansen Connect with Derek: Sprint Coach Website Running Mechanics Website Sprint Coach on Facebook Derek Hansen on LinkedIn Derek Hansen on Instagram Derek Hansen on Twitter IFAST University is BACK! Are You In? Are you ready to take your coaching and training career to the next level? You need to find great mentors to guide you along your journey – to help you find the blind spots in your own training programs and improve your skills as a coach. But… mentorship can be expensive, and unfortunately, it’s not always feasible for some budgets. That’s why Bill Hartman and I developed IFAST University, an online curriculum and mentorship program designed exclusively for fitness trainers, coaches, and rehab professionals. We want to help every trainer and coach in the industry improve their training techniques and write better training programs for their clients. By becoming a member of IFAST University, you’ll receive: Hundreds of hours of members-only exclusive content, Monthly updates and tips to help you improve your skills and programs, Group Q&A sessions to answer your specific questions, and Access to our Facebook group, where you can learn from other dedicated professionals such as yourself This blend of content and Q&A is specifically designed to help make YOU the best fitness trainer you can be. To learn more or to join IFAST University now, visit https://ifastuniversity.com/ Subscribe, Rate & Share! Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of The Physical Preparation Podcast with Mike Robertson – your one-stop-shop for fitness trainers, coaches, and athletes. If you enjoyed this episode, be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, SoundCloud, Spotify, and Google Podcasts and leave your honest review. I’d also love to connect via Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram or visit our website. And last but not least, please don’t forget to share your favorite episodes with your friends on social media. Thank you! The post Derek Hansen on Con Ed, Microdosing, and Bringing Speed Training to the Masses appeared first on Robertson Training Systems.
251: Ryan Banta and Derek Hansen on The Value of Tempo Sprint Training for Speed Development and Team Sport Preparation
Just Fly Performance Podcast
Today’s show brings on Ryan Banta and Derek Hansen.Ryan Banta is a coach with more than 19 years of experience and the author of the Sprinter’s Compendium. At the high school level, Ryan has numerous state champions and finalists, and he is a frequent contributor to many top platforms in athletic performance.Derek Hansen is an International Sport Performance Consultant that has been working with athletes all ages and abilities in speed, strength and power sports since 1988. After a long career as a university strength coach, as well as track and field coach, Derek now serves as a performance consultant to numerous professional teams in the NFL, NBA, MLS and NHL, as well as major NCAA Division 1 programs throughout North America.Both Ryan and Derek were very early guests on this podcast, and I’m happy to have them back to discuss a subject that I think has a lot of far reaching implications into one’s total performance program, which is “tempo training”. Tempo is an age old method of sprint training, and generally refers to repeated, submaximal sprint efforts, such as 8x200m, or 5x300m, on relatively short rests, with limited recovery. For team sports, it could mean running a series of shorter, but more numerous sprints, on incomplete rest intervals.Pendulums swing in all fields, and the sports performance field is no exception. As with many tools, tempo has been abused by track and team sport coaches alike to the point where athletes do not make beneficial adaptations in power or maximal speed, so a reversal (such as what we see in systems such as Tony Holler’s) was well warranted. It’s always important view training constructs from all sides, and talking with these two wise coaches is important to gain a greater understanding of this element of training, and its proper use. Derek and Ryan get into the usefulness of tempo running for both physiological and technical adaptations, and then get into appropriate training prescriptions for track and team sport alike.Today’s episode is brought to you by SimpliFaster and Lost Empire Herbs. For 15% off your Lost Empire Herbs order, head to www.lostempireherbs.com/justflyView more podcast episodes at the podcast homepage.Timestamps and Main Points7:42 – A Question: “If you were running a sprint program for building absolute speed, would you pick strength training or tempo running outside of your short sprint practice?”10:25 – The benefits and misconceptions of submaximal (60-70%) effort running18:03 – Experimenting with volume and intensity in tempo running24:12 – Building structure and capacity through circuits vs. submaximal running & Safe training for injured athletes31:30 – Flooring/surface dependence for tempo running and circuits33:47 – The significance of the type of athlete in volume in tempo running40:51 – Implementing tempo running into team sport training46:28 – Why coaches and trainers have moved away from tempo training in their sport preparation50:23 – The role of specificity in tempo training52:49 – Speed development in tennis preparation and the role of tempo sprint training54:46 – How Derek prescribes tempo volumes in track and team sports1:00:55 – Incorporating muscle dominance and intervals in tempo running & Making it relatable to the athlete1:08:10 – Final advice on tempo runningQuotes“Basically [tempo running] is just running with incomplete recoveries at a submaximal pace and, as we all know, this method is very frequently abused by a lot of coaches.”“Working at different velocities obviously gives you some flexibility around the effect you’re going to have in terms of energy systems and building foundations around the athlete.”“A tempo run with short recovery allows for the body to use that hydrogen ions or lactate as a fuel. It allows the body to increase its ability to buffer the waste so that you’re not necessarily using that workout to get bett...
Alan Selby hosts Sprint Coach Derek Hansen in Episode 21! Derek is a NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist that has been working with athletes all ages and abilities in speed, strength and power sports since 1988. His coaching career started in Track and Field, providing instruction to sprinters of all ages eventually working with collegiate sprinters, hurdlers and jumpers. His career evolved rapidly working closely with some of the top performers in the world as a coach and a consultant – including Olympic medalists, world record holders, Canadian National team athletes, and professional athletes from numerous sports. He worked as the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for Simon Fraser University for 14 years, the first non-US member of the NCAA. He also serves as a performance consultant to numerous professional teams in the NFL, NBA, MLS and NHL, as well as major NCAA Division 1 programs throughout North America, specializing in speed development, strategic performance planning, return-to-competition protocols and neuromuscular electrical stimulation programming. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions on this episode, and to learn more about upcoming podcasts. CSEP Members: Earn 1.5 PDCs for listening
Choas Theory A butterfly that beats its wings in one corner of the flat-earth and with that single action changes the NFL off-season halfway across the world. The decision to cancel the NFL Combine leaves many unanswerable questions. What does this mean for in-coming rookies trying to make a name pre-draft? Will this deteriorate the performance quality…The post Ep 451 – NFL Combine Cancelation Ripple Effect w/ Derek Hansen first appeared on Power Athlete.
SPECIAL NFL PLAYOFF BREAKDOWN EPISODE. "Chiefs vs Browns" with famed SPEED & PERFORMANCE Coach DEREK HANSEN
UNGOOGLEABLE with Jonny Stofko
Ep227 #UNGOOGLEABLE with special guest famed Speed and Performance coach Derek Hansen. “SPECIAL NFL PLAYOFF BREAKDOWN EPISODE” In this episode Derek and I break down the upcoming NFL playoff game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Cleveland Browns. “UNGOOGLEABLE” is a podcast that’s streamed in over 80 countries worldwide and is consistently in Australian ITunes Top 100 downloaded shows. It’s a conversation built around stories of the human experience. If you enjoy this episode be sure to check out previous episodes I’ve done with: Andy Galpin https://open.spotify.com/episode/60Mi1kk7CdD0M6U3IWHfz2?si=Q0xBFr0XRW2Y4UeEHDy_oQ Corey Peacock https://open.spotify.com/episode/70Na03n7UHlN8xJrmY9c7e?si=dgC5OMfmQSaM9FzQg-srLA Layne Norton https://open.spotify.com/episode/3ceM0qGgHyvAnhy39ei4tL?si=y9W8oZT7Q_CyzR6ipsph6Q Ep227 is sponsored by MiWellness CBD “Discover A Better You” https://www.miwellnesscbd.com/shop/m-i-wellness-cbd/28 !!WATCH US ON YOUTUBE!! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtE6Y3owEz8otanSsbLp0hw #nfl #clevelandbrowns #kansascitychiefs #nflplayoffs #nflbreakdown #derekhansen #speedcoach #performancecoach #thechiefs #brownsnationtheb #pickem nfl #ungoogleable #podcasts #jonnystofko #sydney #teacher #student
EP 415 – Insider’s Look at 2020 NFL Injuries w/ Derek Hansen
Power Athlete Radio
Power Athlete Nation you’re in for a real treat as we welcome world-class speed coach Derek Hansen to sit down with John Welbourn and the Crew to discuss performance, speed, and injuries as the NFL hits its halfway mark on the 2020 season. Are You Ready For Some Football?! The NFL season passed the halfway…The post EP 415 – Insider’s Look at 2020 NFL Injuries w/ Derek Hansen first appeared on Power Athlete.
Episode 103 - Derek Hansen: Stress Inoculation from "The Sprint Coach"
The Good Athlete Podcast
goodathleteproject.comFor Today's episode we are joined by International Sport Performance Consultant, Derek Hansen. Coach Hansen has been working with athletes all ages and abilities in speed, strength and power sports since 1988. His coaching career started in Track and Field, providing instruction to sprinters of all ages eventually working with collegiate sprinters, hurdlers and jumpers. His career evolved rapidly working closely with some of the top performers in the world as a coach and a consultant – including Olympic medalists, world record holders, Canadian National team athletes, and professional athletes from numerous sports. He worked as the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for Simon Fraser University for 14 years, the first non-US member of the NCAA. He also serves as a performance consultant to numerous professional teams in the NFL, NBA, MLS and NHL, as well as major NCAA Division 1 programs throughout North America, specializing in speed development, strategic performance planning, return-to-competition protocols and neuromuscular electrical stimulation programming. Derek is asked to speak on speed development and high performance training on a regular basis for major events around the world and has also authored a number of books, chapters and journal articles on these subjects.To learn more about Coach Hansen, check out his website: sprintcoach.com or follow him on Twitter and Instagram: @DerekMHansenFollow The Good Athlete Project on Twitter: @Coach4Kindness and on Instagram: @TheGoodAthleteProject. Visit us at our website: GoodAthleteProject.com