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19 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Shawn Myszka. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Shawn Myszka, often where they are interviewed.

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19 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Shawn Myszka. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Shawn Myszka, often where they are interviewed.

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Episode 376: Seminar Series (Part 1): Barry Sanders & Saquon Barkley with Shawn Myszka

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The 2020 Seminar Series returns to the Saturday2Sunday Football Podcast. This summer we explore Movement Marvels in the game of American Football. In our first episode, Matt is joined by Shawn Myszka (@MovementMiyagi) of Movement Mastery. Shawn is a performance advisor for NFL players, a sport movement specialist, an educator & presenter. Shawn is also the author of the very popular website entitled Football Beyond The Stats:Breaking Down On-Field Movement of the Game's Best. Shawn is also one of the founders of the inovative movement skill education company called Emergence.

In Part 1 of our Seminar Series we discuss the movement skill of two of the most exciting running backs in American Football - Hall Of Fame Inductee Barry Sanders of the Detroit Lions and the current rising Star of the New York Football Giants, Saquon Barkley. Matt and Shawn examine such questions as: How are Barry & Saquon similar? How are they different? What lessons can we learn as evaluators, scouts, analysts, trainers and coaches from their movement skill on the field? All of these questions and more are explored throughout this episode. Enjoy!

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Jul 29 2020 · 1hr 17mins
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'Ecological dynamics for dummies' - a conversation with Shawn Myszka & Tyler Yearby

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I caught up with Shawn Myszka and Tyler Yearby, the co-founders of 'Emergence' a www.emergentmvmt.com, a dedicated resource and community for coaches and movement specialists looking to explore the ever growing world of skill acquisition through ecological dynamics.

In this conversation we explore why 'emergence' was set up and the impact it is having for coaches looking to learn more about this branch of the coaching world. We also dig into what this means for coaches working day to say and I challenge the guys to come up with some solutions for parents at home as to the kinds of things that they could do to keep their kids active.

Join the guys at one of their 'movement meet ups' at www.emergentmvmt.com
Apr 13 2020 · 1hr 15mins

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#096 - Shawn Myszka

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Bio:Shawn Myszka is the Pro Performance Director of Explosive Edge Athletics in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where he is entrusted with the personal consulting of countless NFL players who seek him out to take their performance to the limits of their potential. Shawn is a former National-level competitive bodybuilder who has become a sought-after clinician and leader in the field of sport-specific power development, the transfer of training to sport performance, and developing mastery in the movement of athletes at all levels of qualification. At the beginning of 2014, Shawn introduced a new brand into the industry, Movement Mastery (www.optimizemovement.com), which has the purpose of helping training professionals of all kinds to more fully understand the process involved in attaining more optimal movement for athletes in all sporting disciplines. He also runs a football-specific movement blog, Football Beyond the Stats (www.footballbeyondthestats.wordpress.com), in which he breaks down the movement patterns & mechanics of the top performers in the sport plus offers insight regarding training principles for football performance. 

Show Notes:Websites and Social Media Links:

Website - optimizemovement.com

Website – emergentmvmt.com

Blog - Football Beyond The Stats

Facebook - Shawn Myszka

Twitter - @MovementMiyagiInstagram - movementmiyagi

YouTube - Shawn Myszka

Books Mentioned:

SupertrainingThe Four Agreements

Research Mentioned:

Development of a Skill Acquisition Periodisation Framework for High-Performance Sport

Explosive Ergogenics for Athletes: Using the Science of Nutrigenomics to Improve Performance

Soviet Training and Recovery Methods

Podcasts Mentioned:OPEX Podcast #009 - Shawn MyszkaATSW: Episode 205 - Shawn Myszka (aka - The Movement Miyagi) - All things skill acquisition and movement mastery

Mind Muscle Project 181: EP 181 - DO YOU HAVE TO COUNT YOUR MACROS FOREVER? WITH ADEE CAZAYOUX FROM WAG

Documentary and Films Mentioned:

It Might Get Loud

Sully

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Rob Gray

Ben Franks

Paul ChekAdrian PetersonKobe Bryant Richard Sherman

Frans Bosch

Dan Pfaff

Mike Tuchscherer

John KielyMartin Bingisser

Rick BrunnerJames SmithMike RobertsonAdee Cazayoux

Mar 09 2020 · 1hr 40mins
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129 Training NFL Players Using a Games-Based Approach with Guest Shawn Myszka

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Mar 09 2020 · 34mins

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Creating Movement Problem Solvers With Shawn Myszka: EMP Podcast 35

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SHOW NOTES

00:00 - Intro
03:44 - Shawn’s Background
08:05 - Teaching Without Teaching
11:26 - What is Ecological Dynamics?
17:38 - Scaling Complexity, Manipulating Constraints
30:54 - The Zone of Optimal Challenge
35:24 - The Performance is the Screen
39:34 - Aliveness
46:57 - Task Constrained Learning
50:16 - Zooming In and Zooming Out
54:48 - Attention, Intention and Calibration
1:15:01 - Balancing Extrinsic and Intrinsic Attention
1:25:23 - Becoming Movement Problem Solvers

How do humans learn to move?

Be it in sports, fitness, trade skills, performance arts or just everyday life, the process of acquiring skill in movement is something that we all must go through.

For decades now it seems like the most widely adopted method of motor learning has been to apply a reductionist mindset to skill acquisition. 

The idea is to improve our movement by practicing isolated component skills with the hopes of perfecting patterns that can then be integrated back into the bigger picture task.

For instance, if you wanted to get better at playing basketball you might individually practice free throws, three pointers, lay ups, etc… with the goal of having perfect form on every repetition.

If you want to learn parkour, you might have an instructor give you detailed explanations of each vault: how to angle your hands, where to jump from, what each foot is doing at the beginning, middle and end of the vault, where your eyes are trained, your breathing, etc…

The problem is that this approach doesn’t address the variability of context and constraint.

In a real game of basketball, no two shots will be under the same conditions, and the number of possible conditions to shoot from is far too vast to practice each individually.

Even further, this method is directly at odds with how humans actually develop motor skill because it tends to rely on the prefrontal cortex which is great for organizing propositional knowledge but ineffective for performing skillful, adaptive movement.

Perhaps you’ve experienced “paralysis by analysis”: freezing up or being unable to act as a result of trying to mentally organize and process too many individual component actions..

As it turns out, it is far more effective to gain movement skill by engaging in tasks built around complex problem solving.

It's fairly obvious if you think about it. As babies, we don’t learn to locomote because of our parents detailed instruction of contralateral crawling patterns. 

We learn to crawl because we need to solve the problem of not being able to play with that interesting thing on the other side of the room.

The process of solving that problem, and other problems like it, ingrains those movement solutions into us and before long we are solving new problems to reach things that are higher up which opens the doors to climbing and moving bipedally.

So how do we apply this process of learning to our own movement practice, or even to the practice of elite level athletes?

Well on today’s episode of the Evolve Move Play Podcast we’ve got Shawn Myszka joining us to talk about just that.

His work has centered around using ecological dynamics to improve not just how top NFL players move, but how they utilize their capacities for attention and intention to become better problem solvers on the field.

If you’ve been to one of our retreats, you’ve most likely heard us talk about how it’s not patterns that are important, but solutions.

By training at the highest level of complexity possible to achieve our goals and implementing a task based constraint approach to learning, we can effectively tap into our innate motor learning systems and streamline the process of skill acquisition.

We really enjoyed having Shawn on the show and hope to have him back soon. Let us know what you think in the comments below and don’t forget to like, share and subscribe!

Learn more about Shawn at:

Twitter: @movementmiyagi
Online: emergentmvmt.com
Jan 27 2020 · 1hr 33mins
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Episode 292: Seminar Series (Part 7): Shawn Myszka

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In the seventh installment of our Seminar Series, Matt is joined by Shawn Myszka (@MovementMiyagi) of Movement Mastery. Shawn is a performance advisor for NFL players, a sport movement specialist, an educator & presenter. Shawn is also the author of the very popular website entitled Football Beyond The Stats:Breaking Down On-Field Movement of the Game's Best. Shawn is also one of the founders of the movement skill education company called Emergence. In this episode we discuss how the principles of skill acquisition provide a representative framework for understanding the nature of the problems players face within American football. We also discuss the implications of these understandings on coaching and evaluation.

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Editor: David Nakano (@KawikaNakano)

Website: Saturday2SundayFootball (@s2sfootball)

Jul 23 2019 · 1hr 21mins
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Episode 205: Shawn Myszka (aka - The Movement Miyagi) - All things skill acquisition and movement mastery

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This episodes guest is with another brother from another mother of mine - Shawn Myszka - aka. The Movement Miygai!!

Shawn Myszka is the Pro Performance Director of Explosive Edge Athletics in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where he is entrusted with the personal consulting of countless NFL players who seek him out to take their performance to the limits of their potential. Shawn is a former National-level competitive bodybuilder who has become a sought-after clinician and leader in the field of sport-specific power development, the transfer of training to sport performance, and developing mastery in the movement of athletes at all levels of qualification.

At the beginning of 2014, Shawn introduced a new brand into the industry, Movement Mastery, which has the purpose of helping training professionals of all kinds to more fully understand the process involved in attaining more optimal movement for athletes in all sporting disciplines. He also runs a football-specific movement blog, Football Beyond the Stats (www.footballbeyondthestats.wordpress.com), in which he breaks down the movement patterns & mechanics of the top performers in the sport plus offers insight regarding training principles for football performance.

On this episode Shawn and I discuss:

  • I ask Shawn how does his put his theory into practice and I ask Shawn about return to performance?
  • Shawn talks about the need to present the learner with problems to solve 
  • I ask Shawn - how can we measure skill acquisition/ learning
  • I ask Shawn - how can athletes get enough practice at movement problem solving without increasing the mechanical load to a detrimental level 
  • We discuss the importance representative learning, and how emotional regulation is a huge factor in movement affordances
  • I ask Shawn for his thoughts on observational learning 
  • I ask Shawn to discuss the importance of intention 
  • I ask Shawn about the conscious vs subconscious learning in skill acquisition 
  • Shawn discusses self-organization systems, synchronization, and attunement within team sports
  • We discuss why exposing team players to different playing positions can be a great strategy to increasing skill acquisition and movement affordances 
  • I ask Shawn about his 2019 Sport Movement Skill Conference 
  • I ask Shawn what is he reading?
  • I ask Shawn how does his learn?
  • I ask Shawn who did he tip to win the Superbowl at the time we recorded this podcast 

This was an outstanding episode and I hope you all enjoy it as much as we did!

Stay Strong,

RB

Show Notes:

Website - footballbeyondthestats.wordpress.com

Facebook - Shawn Myszka

Twitter - @MovementMiyagi 

Instagram - #movementmiyagi

Podcasts Mentioned:

OPEX Podcast: Episode 9 - Shawn Myszki

GAINcast Episode 67: Periodization Trends (with Dave Tenney)

Videos Mentioned:

#17: Barry Sanders | The Top 100: NFL's Greatest Players (2010) | #FlashbackFridays

Kirk Cousins Free Agency Journey to the Vikings | NFL Life

Books Mentioned:

BehaveDexterity and Its Development

Papers/Articles Mentioned:Information, affordances, and the control of action in sport

People and Resources Mentioned:

Athletic Ability Assessment: a movement assessment protocol for athletes

ALTISStu McMillanDan Pfaff

James Gibson’s – Ecological Model

Karl Newell’s – Constraint Led Approach (task, environment, and organism)

Professor Keith Davids

Nikolai Bernstein 

James SmithAlan Watts

Barry SandersRich Masters

Tony Dungy

Isaac Newton

Fergus Connolly 

Richard Shuttleworth 

Bruce Lee

Aaron Donald

Kirk Cousins

Adam Thielen

Ed Coughlan

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Mar 22 2019 · 2hr 2mins
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Investigating the concept of 'adaptability within adaptability' - A conversation with Shawn Myszka

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The Superbowl is coming this weekend!! As my excitement increases in the build up to the amazing global showcase of sporting endeavour and razzmatazz, I thought it was the perfect time to invite the human encyclopedia of all things movement skill in the NFL, Shawn Myszka (aka @movementmiyagi on Twitter) and author of the amazing blog 'Football Beyond the Stats' https://footballbeyondthestats.wordpress.com/author/shawnmyszka/ back on the podcast to share some of his insights on some of the star players of the season and geek out about skill acquisition and coaching.

In this discussion, Shawn shares some of the challenges he has faced this year facing up to some limitations in his coaching repertoire supporting athletes who are "hyper adaptable on the field but not hyper adaptable off the field!" He also dissects some of the star movers of the year, shares his approach to challenging players and taking them outside their comfort zone and we explore some deeper concepts around adaptability.

This is one not to be missed.

Go Pats!!
Jan 30 2019 · 1hr 28mins
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Episode 187: Seminar Series (Part 1): Skill Acquisition with Shawn Myszka

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In the first part of our Skill Acquisition Seminar Series, Matt is joined by Shawn Myszka (@MovementMiyagi) of Movement Mastery. Shawn is a performance advisor for NFL players, a sport movement specialist, an educator & presenter. Shawn is also the author of the website entitled Football Beyond The Stats:Breaking Down On-Field Movement of the Game's Best. In this episode we discuss many of the foundational principles of skill acquisition and how these principles can impact coaches and evaluators of American football.
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Jul 02 2018 · 54mins
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#009 - Shawn Myszka

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Bio:Shawn Myszka is the Pro Performance Director of Explosive Edge Athletics in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where he is entrusted with the personal consulting of countless NFL players who seek him out to take their performance to the limits of their potential. Shawn is a former National-level competitive bodybuilder who has become a sought-after clinician and leader in the field of sport-specific power development, the transfer of training to sport performance, and developing mastery in the movement of athletes at all levels of qualification. At the beginning of 2014, Shawn introduced a new brand into the industry, Movement Mastery (www.optimizemovement.com), which has the purpose of helping training professionals of all kinds to more fully understand the process involved in attaining more optimal movement for athletes in all sporting disciplines. He also runs a football-specific movement blog, Football Beyond the Stats (www.footballbeyondthestats.wordpress.com), in which he breaks down the movement patterns & mechanics of the top performers in the sport plus offers insight regarding training principles for football performance.

Show Notes:Websites and Social Media Links:

Website – optimizemovement.comBlog – Football Beyond The StatsFacebook – Shawn MyszkaTwitter - @MovementMiyagiInstagram - movementmiyagiYouTube – Shawn Myszka

Books Mentioned:

Supertraining

Sean’s Book Recommendations

Coordination and Regulation of Movement – Out of Print ☹

Dexterity and its Development

Non-Linear Pedagogy in Skill Acquisition

Dynamics in Skill Acquisition: A Constraints Led Approach

Books Mentioned by Robbie

Developing Sport Expertise

Biology of Belief

Dynamics of Skill Acquisition: A Constraints Led Approach

Resources Mentioned:

ALTIS 360

Joseph Chilton Pearce James Gibson’s – Ecological ModelKarl Newell’s – Constraint Led Approach (task, environment, and organism)Professor Keith Davids – Dynamics of Skill Acquisition

Podcasts Mentioned:Physical Preparation Podcast – Mike Robertson

Documentary Mentioned:

It Might Get Loud

Time-Line:0:00 – 0:48 – Robbie’s Intro

0:49 – 4:48 - Shawn gives us his background

4:49 – 7:41 -  Robbie asks Shawn about his biggest influences on him both personally and professionally7:42 – 11:16 - Robbie and Shawn speak about Shawn’s presentation “Repetition without Repetition” that he gave at the November 2017 ALTIS Apprentice Coach Program (ACP). Shawn also mentions how there is still a long way to go within skill acquisition research.11:17 – 12:24 - Robbie mentions the work of Bruce Abernathy in a chapter from the book “Developing Sport Expertise” that addresses the same research issues mentioned by Shawn in the previous point12:25 – 18:35 - Robbie asks Shawn – what are the good and not so good things that he currently see’s within the sports preparation profession, and with the not so good things that he sees what solutions would he offer

18:36 – 21:22 - Robbie talks about how the concept of certainty can impact a coach’s bias within the training process, and that coaches need to accept that humans learn and progress in a non-linear manner 21:23 – 22:57 - Robbie speaks about the impact of Bruce Lipton’s work on bringing an awareness and an appreciation for epigenetics, which helped Robbie to understanding the inseparable relationship of the organism from its environment. This helped Robbie to understand his study of skill acquisition more deeply.22:58 – 31:19 - Robbie asks Shawn to tell us about his Robert Frost moment(s)31:20 – 41:50 - Robbie asks Shawn about his thoughts on making athletes too dependent on their coaches feedback, and asks Shawn to speak about facilitating athletes to achieve ownership of their movement41:51 – 43:35 - Robbie shares a story from Tom Willmott (A snowboard coach), which was presented in Rich Masters chapter (chapter 9) in the book “Developing Sport Expertise”, which address implicit learning. Robbie goes on to ask Shawn has he looked into any animal training models and implicit learning? Shawn goes on43:36 – 45:45 – Shawn addresses Robbie’s previous question on looking towards animal models45:46 – 46:39 Shawn shares with us an experience he had watching coach Dan Pfaff coaching athletes at ALTIS back in 2014 (when ALTIS was formerly known as the World Athletic Centre), and how coach Pfaff would tailor his instruction and feedback to each athlete46:40 – 51:25 - Shawn goes onto speak about individualized how physical traits, attunement, affordances, degeneracy, perceptions, and the huge moment to moment variability these factors can have, will impact how an individual goes about solving a movement problem – THIS SECTION IS GOLD!51:26 – 52:32 - Robbie shares his thoughts on degeneracy

52:33 – 55:40 - Robbie speaks about the dynamic nature of the motor-perception landscape and how this will affect affordances on a moment to moment basis. Robbie goes to discuss how both chronic and acute variables can drastically impact an individual’s affordances for action in any given moment. 55:41 – 56:16 - Robbie mentions that in Supertraining, Verkhoshanksy and Siff touch on recalibration of the motor-perception landscape, and the need to always keep a thread of technical work throughout an athlete’s preparation 56:17 – 56:56 - Robbie goes on to ask Sean about his thoughts on the concept of recalibration, and athletes coming back from an injury56:57 – 59:58 - Shawn talks about how recalibration is used in the process of solving a current movement issue. Shawn also talks about how degeneracy proceeds dexterity. Shawn goes onto to discuss recalibration and athletes coming back from injury.59:59 – 1:00:58 - Shawn goes into representative learning design and talks about how he used representative learning design when he rehabilitated one of his football players from an ACL injury1:00:59 – 1:02:25 - Shawn covers a lot within this segment. Here he discusses

  • How you are not the same from a movement perspective from moment to moment, due to past and continual experiences
  • Shawn critiques to a degree the concept of a generalize motor program schema theory
  • Shawn mentions that to ensure the highest possible chances of NOT getting re-injured, we need to help facilitate athletes in their attunement processes to emergent movement behaviours, as well as facilitate their recalibration to new movement solutions
  • Shawn mentions how between degeneracy and dexterity lies attunement

1:02:26 – 1:03:03 - Shawn talks briefly about how individual timelines and learning can be

1:03:04 – 1:04:27 - Shawn talks about – brain, biomechanics, and behaviours (The 3 B’s)1:04:28 – 1:12:44 - Robbie ask Shawn to discuss the 5 common trends he sees across all sporting movement:

  • Ownership
  • Optimization
  • Virtuosity
  • Efficiency
  • Effectiveness

Robbie and Shawn also mention in this segment how transient factors can impact movement affordances1:12:45 – 1:14:05 -  Robbie talks about technical models and individual movement bandwidth1:14:06 – 1:21:04 - Robbie and Shawn discuss creativity1:21:05 – 1:23:28 - Robbie tells Shawn about the music documentary “It Might Get Loud”, which explores the creativity and mastery of three all-time great guitarist’s – Jack White, Jimmy Page, and The Edge

1:23:29 – 1:26:08 - Robbie discusses how a coach’s ego and insecurity can interfere with an athlete’s learning 1:26:09 – 1:29:23 - Shawn talks about how he used a constraint-led approach to coach a group of his athletes at his recent skill acquisition conference (April 6-7th 2018)1:29:23 – 1:29:25 We temporarily lose Shawn!!1:29:26 - 1:31:00 – We’re Back! And Shawn tells what happened!1:31:01 – 1:33:14 - Robbie asks Shawn what have been the biggest lessons he has learned so far in his career1:33:15 – 1:35:20 - Robbie asks Shawn for his top life advice to all the viewers and listeners1:35:21 – 1:38:25 - Robbie asks Shawn for his top resources1:38:26 – 1:40:16 - Robbie asks Shawn – If he had only 1 year left to live, how would he live the year?1:40:17 – 1:45:46 - Robbie ask Shawn for his current and top book recommendations1:45:47 – 1:49:10 - Robbie ask Shawn – if he could invite 5 people to dinner, dead or alive, who would he invite and why?1:49:11 – 1:53:17 - Shawn gives us his contact info and Robbie Wraps up the show!

May 24 2018 · 1hr 58mins
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