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All Things Strength & Wellness

Strength and Conditioning, Functional Medicine, Functional Nutrition, Rehab, and Health and Wellness

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Episode 12: An Interview with Dr. Jack Kruse

Finally!!I'm back with a great interview Dr. Jack Kruse.We discussed many things related to regaining, maintaining, and optimizing health and wellness. We also discussed Dr. Kruses Leptin Reset protocol, and many other topics.I really hope you guys enjoy the show and the information.Be sure to check out Dr. Kruses Blog. It is jammed packed with unreal information.Stay Strong,RB

1hr 8mins

1 Sep 2012

Rank #1

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Episode 23: An Interview with Louie Simmons

This Episodes guest is Louie Simmons, who is the owner and founder of Westside Barbell - The worlds strongest gym!Louie is the author of - The Westside Book of methods, and has also produce numerous DVD products.On this episode Louie and myself discussed - The Conjugate Method, problems Louie see's with the coaches trying to get their athletes strong, why Louie believes that the conjugate method can enhance athletic and powerlifting performance, and many more topics.I hope you guys enjoy the show.Stay Strong,RB

48mins

23 Jun 2013

Rank #2

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Episode 33: An Interview with Al Vermeil

This Episodes guest is Strength and Conditioning Legend Al Vermeil.Coach Vermeil is the only Strength and Conditioning Coach to have won World Championship rings from both the NFL and NBA. He is also the only Strength and Conditioning Coach who has been in the NFL, NBA, and Major League Baseball.On this episode Coach Vermeil shared a lot of his knowledge and wisdom on many areas of strength and conditioning and coaching.Hope you guys enjoy the show.Stay Strong,RBShow Notes:Here is a video of Al's Son Lance executing a Power and Hang Snatch.This is the video that Al mention's in our interview:

1hr 30mins

2 Oct 2013

Rank #3

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Episode 222: Mike Potenza - Optimizing Adaptation and Performance

This episodes guest is Mike Potenza. Mike is the Strength and Conditioning coach for the San Jose Sharks and Owner/Partner Tactical Fitness and Performance.  Mike along with Kevin Neeld and James LaValle are releasing their educational product "Optimizing Adaptation and Performance", which goes on sale 29/10/19. On this episode: Mike gives us his background Why did Mike, Jim and Kevin produce "Optimizing Adaptation and Performance" I ask Mike how many times a year is he looking at his athletes blood chemistry I ask Mike how has Jim LaValles work influenced his programming We discuss nutritional protocols for concussion rehabilitation I ask Mike how does Jim objective his nutritional interventions I ask Mike how he tries to regulate his players biological rhythms and exposure to proper light spectrum's? I ask Mike for his top and current book recommendations I ask Mike how he learns? I ask Mike how does he decide what information he can trust I ask Mike if he could invite 5 people to dinner, dead or alive, who would he invite and why? This was an outstanding episode and I hope you all enjoy it as much as we did! Stay Strong, RB Show Notes:Email: mpotenza@sjsharks.com Twitter - @mike_potenza Podcasts Mentioned: Strength Coach Podcast- Episode 255- James LaValle on Metabolism, Cortisol, Minerals and Bloodwork Books Mentioned: Endure Chop Wood and Carry Water People and Resources Mentioned: Mike Boyle Glenn Harris Sean Hayes Brandon Marcello Mark VerstegenJames LaValle Kevin NeeldDr. Michael Kucera University of Wisconsin Stanford University Colgate University San Jose Sharks Dr. Brian Thompson  Bryan Glover Chicago Blackhawks Dr. Jack Kruse Anatomy Trains Functional Movement Screen Doug Wallace Datis Kharrazian  Tony Holler Joe Pavelski Vern Gambetta Gary Gray Show Sponsors: Ultimate Performance Online MentorshipTo get INSTANT ACCESS to almost 20 hours of World Class online video Strength and Conditioning Information go to upmentorship.com ALTIS ALTIS 360 ALTIS Education Ultimate Athlete Concepts Ultimate Athlete Concepts is a multi faceted company, providing the most sophisticated scientific material in sport science. UAC is the worlds leading resource for translated sport preparation educational material. National Sports Performance Association Certified Program Design Specialist Certified Speed and Agility Coach Cerfitied Weightlifting Performance Coach Certified Sports Nutrition Coach Athletes AccelerationComplete Warm Up Complete Speed Training Complete Speed Games Complete Jumps Training Complete Olympic Lifting Complete Youth Training Complete Guide to Training the Female Athlete Complete Core Complete Sports Conditioning  Complete Sports Nutrition Complete Program Design Sports Camp Empire Patreon Help support the podcast by becoming a Patreon to the show here - Patreon 

45mins

26 Oct 2019

Rank #4

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Episode 48: An Interview with Jim Wendler

This Episodes Guest is Jim Wendler.The is a renowned writer and former competitive powerlifter.Jim is of course the developer and author of one of the most known training systems of the past 5 years 5/3/1.In the episode Jim and I discussed:- Jim's background- Influences on Jim as a lifter, coach, and in life in general- Problems that Jim sees with the Industry- Dymanic Effort Training for beginners and in general- 5/3/1- Business - Jim's current life and training goalsHope you guys enjoy the show.Stay Strong,RB

1hr 23mins

26 May 2014

Rank #5

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Episode 194: Dr. Jack Kruse - Light, water, magnetism, mitochondria, and getting your message out there

his episodes guest if Dr. Jack Kruse from jackkruse.com.  Dr. Jack Kruse is a respected neurosurgeon and CEO of Optimized Life, a health and wellness company dedicated to helping patients avoid the healthcare burdens we typically encounter as we age. He is currently in private practice in the Gulf South. As a neurosurgeon, Dr. Kruse’s research has been published in respected dental and medical journals. His popular blog, www.JackKruse.com, gets over 250,000 unique worldwide visitors per month from countries like Australia, Germany, Russia, and Zambia (Africa). On this episode Jack and I discuss: I ask Jack whats new since we last spoke back in 2012 We discuss why a lot of people consider Jacks work to be quackery  We discuss why a lot of people preceive Jacks information as pessimistic, rather then optimistic We discuss the importance of why going to the original source of information is extremely important I ask Jack to explain how food relies information to the mitochondria  I ask Jack is "electron spin" a fact? I ask Jack to explain what is a topological insulator? I ask Jack to discuss the importance of Melanopsin I ask Jack to explain what redox potential I ask Jack where should someone begin to educate themselves on the information that Jack puts forth  I ask Jack to explain heteroplasmic rate I ask Jack about the importance of getting into actual sunlight - here Jack share with us how we should progressively re-adapt ourselves to get the full benefit of sunlight This was an outstanding episode and I hope you all enjoy it as much as we did! Stay Strong, RB Show Notes: Website - jackkruse.com Facebook - Dr. Jack Kruse Twitter - @DrJackKruseInstagram - drjackkruse Books Mentioned: Light in shaping life The Body Electric: Electromagnetism And The Foundation Of Life The Fourth Phase of Water Health and Light Podcasts Mentioned: Joe Rogan Experience #1175 - Chris Kresser & Dr. Joel Kahn Dr. Jack Kruse - Biohacking, Mitochondrial Health & Wellness, Red Light Therapy, Blue Light - Part 1 Dr. Jack Kruse - Biohacking, Mitochondrial Health & Wellness, Red Light Therapy, Blue Light - Part 2 Dr. Jack Kruse - Biohacking, Mitochondrial Health & Wellness, Red Light Therapy, Blue Light - Part 3 Dr Jack Kruse - nnEMF & 5G - Coming Serious Challenges to Optimized Health & Wellness - Part 1 Dr Jack Kruse - nnEMF & 5G - Coming Serious Challenges to Optimized Health & Wellness - Part 2 Dr Jack Kruse - nnEMF & 5G - Coming Serious Challenges to Optimized Health & Wellness - Part 3 Research Mentioned:Subcutaneous white adipocytes express a light sensitive signaling pathway mediated via a melanopsin/TRPC channel axis. Videos Mentioned:Nourish Vermont 2016 // Dr. Jack Kruse: How to Bio-Hack Your Zip Code for Optimal Health Dr. Jack Kruse / Nourish Vermont 2017 Doug Wallace - A Mitochondrial Etiology of Common Complex Diseases Doug Wallace - Dr. Doug Wallace - Talk from 8th Annual Oliver Smithies Symposium People and Resources Mentioned: Robb Wolf Joe Rogan  Robert O. Becker Chris Kresser Khan Academy - Mitochondria Pink Floyd Doug Wallace Nick Lane Suzanne Somers James Smith Dr. Terry Wahls Show Sponsors: Ultimate Performance Online MentorshipTo get INSTANT ACCESS to almost 20 hours of World Class online video Strength and Conditioning Information go to upmentorship.com ALTIS ALTIS 360 ALTIS Education Ultimate Athlete Concepts Ultimate Athlete Concepts is a multi faceted company, providing the most sophisticated scientific material in sport science. UAC is the worlds leading resource for translated sport preparation educational material. National Sports Performance Association Certified Program Design Specialist Certified Speed and Agility Coach Cerfitied Weightlifting Performance Coach Certified Sports Nutrition Coach Athletes AccelerationComplete Warm Up Complete Speed Training Complete Speed Games Complete Jumps Training Complete Olympic Lifting Complete Youth Training Complete Guide to Training the Female Athlete Complete Core Complete Sports Conditioning  Complete Sports Nutrition Complete Program Design Sports Camp Empire Patreon Help support the podcast by becoming a Patreon to the show here - Patreon 

1hr 56mins

14 Dec 2018

Rank #6

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Episode 100: Interview with Frans Bosch - Strength Training and Coordination

This episodes guest Frans Bosch.Frans is an international lecturer in motor learning and training theory at Fonty's Sports College in the Netherlands. He has worked as a consultant and specialist for Welch and Japanese National Rugby Teams and West Ham United Football Club.Frans is co-author to one of the most renowned books on running - "Running" that he co-authored with Ronald Klomp.Recently Frans just released the English edition of his second book - "Strength Training and Coordination"On this episode Frans and I discussed:- Frans Background- Why Frans decided to write this book?- The difference between a reductionist approach vs complex biological approach to training- Muscle Architecture (Parallel vs Pennate Fibres) and its influence on Sprinting- Can Hypertrophy be detrimental to Muscle Architecture and thus the Skill and Motor Control of Running?- What are Attractors and Fluctuators?- The 7 Attractors that drive Linear and Multi-Directional Speed- Knowledge of Performance vs Knowledge of Results & External vs Internal cues- The Concept of Muscle Slack- We had an in depth discussion on Specificity, the components that make up Specificity, and training transfer- Constraint Based Learning of Motor LearningHope you guys really enjoy this 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

1hr 19mins

21 Aug 2016

Rank #7

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Episode 154: Pat Davidson - MASS 2 - Judgement Day - Part 1

He's BACK!!!! Fuck YES!!!!My main Man Pat Davidson is back on the show to discuss everything about his epic ebook MASS 2. This is only Part 1 of a number of episodes that Pat and I will be dedicating to MASS 2. On this episode Pat and I discuss: Whats new with Pat We discuss creativity How MASS 2 came to be? Pat and I discuss the gift of the "Addict Brain" and dopamine Pat shares with us the 3 movies that inspired the conception of MASS 2 Pat shares with us how Mike Boyle, Val Nsedkin, Roman Fomin, Charlie Francis and Cal Dietz greatly influence the design of MASS 2 Pat and I discuss the hormone hypothesis of hypertrophy, and how it would seem that hormones are not as critical to the overall mucsle growth process as was once believed We discuss the microcycle set up utilized with MASS 2 which is a 4 day/ week set up that incorporates a 2 or 1.5 developmental days, a stimulution day, and an alactic-aerobic day Pat discusses the importance of recovery days for the upregulation of parasympathetic activity within MASS 2. Here we discuss how important social support is, and the work of Stephen Porges and his Polyvagul Theory We discuss how an excessive parasympathetic state can be detrimental to health and performance We discuss the molecular mechanism of protein synthessis involved in muscle mass accredition This was an outstanding episode with my brother from another mother and I hope you all enjoy it as much as we did! Stay Strong, RB Show Notes:MASS 2 Pat's Facebook Show Sponsors: Ultimate Performance Online MentorshipTo get INSTANT ACCESS to almost 20 hours of World Class online video Strength and Conditioning Information go to upmentorship.com ALTIS ALTIS 360 ALTIS Foundation Course National Sports Performance Association Certified Program Design Specialist Certified Speed and Agility Coach Cerfitied Weightlifting Performance Coach Certified Sports Nutrition Coach Athletes AccelerationComplete Speed Training Complete Speed Games Complete Jumps Training Complete Olympic Lifting Complete Guide to Training the Female Athlete Complete Core Complete Sports Conditioning  Complete Sports Nutrition Complete Program Design Sports Camp Empire Patreon Help support the podcast by becoming a Patreon to the show here - Patreon 

2hr 9mins

27 Jan 2018

Rank #8

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Episode 62: Interview with Christian Thibaudeau

This episodes guest is Christian Thibaudeau.Christian is a world renowned expert in all things strength training.Christian is most popular for his extensive articles on T-Nation, and also for the books that he has so far author on advanced training methods for size, strength, and power development.On this episode Christian and I discuss:- Christians background and influences- Problems that Christian see's within the training profession- Christians thoughts on how to optimally develop size, strength and power- Cluster, wave, and racket rep schemes for eliciting certain training adaptations- Christian explains the difference between the Bulgarian, Russian, and Chinese weightlifting systems- Christians thought on Crossfit- And much MoreHope you guys enjoy it.Stay Strong,RBHelp Support the Show!!To get almost 20 hours of World Class online video Strength and Conditioning Information go to - Upmentorship.com

1hr 52mins

31 Jan 2015

Rank #9

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Episode 58: Interview with Cal Dietz

This episodes guest is Coach Cal Dietz.Cal is the Head Olympic Strength and Conditioning at the University of Minnesota. Cal is also the co-author of Tri-Phasic Training, which can be found on his website XL Athlete.com, as well as on Amazon.On this show Cal and I discussed:Cal's BackgroundCal's InfluencesMany many topic about his Tri-Phasic Training ProtocolI hope your guys really enjoy the show.Stay Strong,RB

1hr 15mins

9 Dec 2014

Rank #10

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Episode 145: Dr. Michael Yessis - Soviet Sports Training System, Special Strength Training, and 1x20

This episodes guest is Dr. Michael Yessis. Dr. Yessis received his Ph.D. from the University of Southern California and his B.S. and M.S. from City University of New York. He is president of Sports Training, Inc., a diverse sports and fitness company. Dr. Yessis is also Professor Emeritus at California State University, Fullerton, where he was a multi-sports specialist in biomechanics (technique analysis) and sports conditioning and training. Dr. Yessis has served as training and technique consultant to several Olympic and professional sports teams. He has also trained hundreds of athletes in different sports and developed unique specialized strength exercises that duplicate what takes place in execution of the game skills. By doing these exercises athletes improve skill technique and the physical qualities (strength) specific to the technique. By doing these exercises athletes improve their performance on the field very quickly. Dr. Yessis is considered this country’s foremost expert on sports technique. Dr. Yessis has written 17 books in the sports and fitness field including Biomechanics and Kinesiology of Exercise, Build A Better Athlete, Sports: Is It All B.S.?, and his latest, The Revolutionary 1x20RM Strength Training Program. In addition, he completed four renowned DVDs; Exercise Mastery, Specialized Strength and Explosive Exercises for the Quarterback, Specialized Strength and Explosive Exercises for Baseball and Specialized Strength and Explosive Exercises for Softball, as well as the CD books Explosive Tennis: The Forehand, and Explosive Tennis: The Backhand. On this episode Wil and I discussed: Doc's background How difficult was it for Doc to grow up in America with Russian parents during the Cold War The Soviet sports training system and the influences of anabolic steriods The coaching education system within the Soviet sports system We talk about that in order to to be a great specialist you will first and also concurrently need to be a great generalist. This is a common trend I see with all masters of a specific craft. The stronger and more diverse one's general base, be that in the attainment of a physical capacity or of knowledge, the greater the mastery over the specific domain. Speciality is built off a general base. The greater the general base the greater the mastery of the speciality. Doc's Influences Doc's Training Philosophy - Skill execution is King! How Doc differentiates between a physical capacity issue vs a skill issue The roles of general strength and special strength training means over the course an athletes career and development  Doc gives us a detail description of the 1x20 method and how he came to formulate it Doc discusses the criteria he uses in developing his prescription for special strength exercises Doc talks about how he likes to program and organize the training process Doc tell us about the biggest lessons his has learned over his career and life What is Doc's current daily rituals and routines? Doc's top advice and resources to all the listeners And Finally - If Doc could invite 5 people to dinner, dead or alive, who would he invite and why? This was an outstanding episode with Dr. Yessis guys, and I hope you really enjoy it.Stay Strong, RB Show Notes:doctoryessis.com Show Sponsor:To get INSTANT ACCESS to almost 20 hours of World Class online video Strength and Conditioning Information go to upmentorship.com

1hr 38mins

12 Nov 2017

Rank #11

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Episode 111: Pat Davidson - All about the Brain!

On this episode I am delighted to have Pat Davidson back onto the podcast.Pat has a PhD in Exercise Physiology and has previously been a Professor of Exercise Science at Brooklyn College and Springfield College. Pat has an extensive background in Strongman Training, wrestling and Martial Arts. Pat is one of the most intelligent and well read individuals I have had the pleasure to interact with on the show. Pat is one of those rare individuals who realizes that its all connected. To put it simply - Pat "Gets it!" On this episode Pat and I discussed everything and anything to do with the brain. This has been an area which Pat has been researching indepthly lately.This was an outstanding episode with Pat and I know you guys will love it!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

2hr 2mins

7 May 2017

Rank #12

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Episode 124: Chris Korfist of Slow Guy Speed School on DB Hammer and his Training System

This episode’s guest is Chris Kofist of SlowGuySpeed School. Unlike most facilities who are staffed by young coaches who rely on their recent playing career and “cool” factor, Slow Guy Speed School is staffed by Chris Korfist, a “sprint guru” with an international following.  With over 55 all-state sprinters and countless other high school all-state athletes, and over 20 years experience, he knows what is appropriate for the athlete in the room and not so concerned about what the pros are doing or someone else journey to where they got.  In fact, the methods have been so effective, Chris has consulted NFL teams, Big 10 Universities, Olympic team and U.S. Special Forces.  On this episode Chris and I discussed: Chris’ background and influence The good and not so good things that Chris see’s within the physical preparation profession Chris’ Training philosophy How DB Hammers Training system changed how Chris trained athletes Chris's favourite methods to develop strength, power, and speed How Chris adjusts his athletes training based off body temperature and the weather Chris’ top resources and advice Who would be 5 people that Chris would invite to dinner And much more Enjoy guys.Stay Strong, RBShow Notes:Reflexive Performance Reset Course Show Sponsor:To get INSTANT ACCESS to almost 20 hours of World Class online video Strength and Conditioning Information go to upmentorship.com

1hr 27mins

27 Aug 2017

Rank #13

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Episode 168: Jason Hettler - Strength, Power, and Speed Development for Elite Track and Sport Athletes

This episodes guest is Jason Hettler from Altis.Jason is the Lead Strength & Power Coach at ALTIS. He holds his BSc. Exercise Science from Grand Valley State University. Jasin's previous experience includes work within the Olympic Strength & Conditioning department at Western Michigan University. Join the conversation with Jason via Twitter (@jhettler24) or his website Hettler Performance. On this episode Jason and I discuss: Jasons Background and Influences What are the good and not so good things that Jason currently see's with the physical preparation profession, and what solutions would he offer for the not so good things he is seeing Jasons training philosohpy for elite track athletes Jason discusses the how the use of Zonal Intensities within the strength and power training of the athletes at Altis are used and how the zones of intensities are matched up with compatible training components from the track Jason shares with us the training system his utilizes at Altis and gives us an indepth insight into the micro and mesocycle (introduction, exploration, stabilization) set up utilized at Altis Jason gives us his thoughts on hypertrophy training for track athletes Jason and discusses the importance of executing isometric and eccentric muscular regimes within the weight room Jason discusses the differences in his coaching style when it comes to coaching speed development with team sport athletes vs elite sprinters Jason gives us an insight as to why they utilize the hanging-band technique at Altis Jason gives us his thoughts on Olympic lifting variations with track athletes Jason tells us how they applied some of Frans Bosch's concepts into the training schemes of their athletes Jason discusses how he structures his weight room warm ups for the athletes after they come from a track session Jason shares with us his thoughts on the main differences in the weight room between male and female athletes  Jason discusses how the concept of - projection, rhythm, and rise really helped him develop as a sprint coach Jason fills us in on how they are utilizing the 1080 sprint at Altis and where it fits into their athletes training programs Jason and I discuss common differences seen between track and team-sports athletes acceleration profiles, as well as the difference between male and female track athletes acceleration profile Jason shares with us his biggest lessons he has learned so far in his career and life Jason shares his top resources Jason gives us his top advice to all the listeners And if Jason could invite 5 people to dinner, dead or alive, who would he invite and why? This was an outstanding episode and I hope you all enjoy it as much as we did! Stay Strong, RB Show Notes: ALTISJasons Website Jasons Articles on ALTIS Jasons Articles on SimpliFaster Jasons Twitter Jasons Facebook ALTIS 360 ALTIS Foundation Coaching CourseALTIS ACP/PTP Matt Jordons Mentorship ISI Symposium  Click here for the full details of the 2018 ISI Symposium. Use the code ISI50 to get a €50 discount code when you sign up for the event.  Show Sponsors: Ultimate Performance Online MentorshipTo get INSTANT ACCESS to almost 20 hours of World Class online video Strength and Conditioning Information go to upmentorship.com ALTIS ALTIS 360 ALTIS Foundation Course Ultimate Athlete Concepts Ultimate Athlete Concepts is a multi faceted company, providing the most sophisticated scientific material in sport science. UAC is the worlds leading resource for translated sport preparation educational material. National Sports Performance Association Certified Program Design Specialist Certified Speed and Agility Coach Cerfitied Weightlifting Performance Coach Certified Sports Nutrition Coach Athletes AccelerationComplete Warm Up Complete Speed Training Complete Speed Games Complete Jumps Training Complete Olympic Lifting Complete Guide to Training the Female Athlete Complete Core Complete Sports Conditioning  Complete Sports Nutrition Complete Program Design Sports Camp Empire Patreon Help support the podcast by becoming a Patreon to the show here - Patreon 

1hr 30mins

25 Apr 2018

Rank #14

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Episode 131: Max Aita of Juggernaut Training Systems - All Things Weightlifting

This episodes guest is Max Aita of Juggernaut Training Systems Coach Max Aita has spent the better part of 20 years in the sport of Weightlifting and Powerlifting. He draws his training methodology and knowledge from the many great coaches whom he has personally worked with including; Steve Gough (USA), Ivan Abadjiev (BUL), Boris Sheiko (RUS). Max has produced over half a dozen senior national medalists in Weightlifting, Multiple All time World Record holders in Powerlifting, and has worked with CrossFit Regional and Games level competitors to develop strength and Olympic lifting technique. Max has also used his extensive knowledge of training and experience to create “hybrid” programs for athletes that wish to compete in both Weightlifting and Powerlifting or Weightlifting and CrossFit simultaneously. On this episode Max and I discussed: Max's Background Max's Influence The good and not not good things that Max see's within the physical preparation profession Max gives a detailed discription of the Bulgarian weightlifting system and also talk's about his timed being trained under the legendary Ivan Ibadjev Max talks about his program design for olympic lifting and how he individualizes his programs for his lifters Max get's into an indepth discussion on training volume and intensity over the course of a lifters career Max's talks about his technical models for teaching the lifts Max talks about his first book which he has just released - Weightlifting Technique Triad Max's top resources  Max's thoughts on RPE for weightlifting Max's thoughts on American Weightlifting Max and I discuss drugs in Sport Max discusses the use of Olympic lift variations with athletes Max's hobbies outside of coaching and lifting If Max could invite 5 people to dinner dead or alive who would he invite and why? And much more This was an awesome episode with Max and I hope you enjoy it. 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

1hr 36mins

2 Oct 2017

Rank #15

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Episode 55: Interview with Buddy Morris

On this episode I interview Strength and Conditioning Coach Buddy Morris.Buddy is the current Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Arizona Cardinals. On this episode Buddy and I discussed:- Buddy's Background- Buddy's Influences- Problems that Buddy see's within the Strength and Conditioning Profession- Program Design- Periodization- And Much MoreHope you guys enjoy the show.Stay Strong,RB

47mins

13 Aug 2014

Rank #16

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Episode 215: Chris Korfist, Cal Dietz, and JL Holdsworth - Reflexive Performance Reset (RPR)

This episodes guests are Chris Korfist, J.L. Holdsworth, and Cal Dietz. Unlike most facilities who are staffed by young coaches who rely on their recent playing career and “cool” factor, Slow Guy Speed School is staffed by Chris Korfist, a “sprint guru” with an international following. With over 55 all-state sprinters and countless other high school all-state athletes, and over 20 years experience, he knows what is appropriate for the athlete in the room and not so concerned about what the pros are doing or someone else journey to where they got. In fact, the methods have been so effective, Chris has consulted NFL teams, Big 10 Universities, Olympic team and U.S. Special Forces. JL Holdsworth is a world champion powerlifter, published author and former University of Kentucky strength and conditioning coach. With over 30,000 hours of practical experience and competition best lifts of a 905 lb. squat, 775 lb. bench press, and a 804 lb. deadlift, JL is no doubt one of the strongest and most experienced strength and conditioning coaches in the industry. JL has been the official speed and performance coach for the Major League Lacrosse, Ohio Machine, for the past 3 seasons. He is a highly sought after speaker and has presented internationally on many topics relating to human performance. He regularly consults with major collegiate, NFL and NHL programs such as The New York Jets, St. Louis Blues, University of Clemson & The Ohio State University. In 2010 he founded The Spot Athletics and has built that small private training facility into two 20,000sq. ft. locations in the Columbus, OH area. Along with his facilities, JL is the Co-Founder of Reflexive Performance Reset (RPR), an injury prevention and performance system being used by many top sports organizations around the world. Cal Dietz has been an Olympic Sport Strength and Conditioning coach for numerous sports at the University of Minnesota since 2000. During his tenure, Dietz has trained athletes that have achieved 400+ All-American honors, Teams that have won 33 Big Ten/WCHA championships teams and 10 NCAA Team Champions. He has consulted with Olympic and World Champions in various sports and professional athletes in the NHL, NFL, NBA, MLB, MMA and Professional Boxing. On this episode guys and I discuss: I the guys to introduce themselves I ask Cal when TriPhasic 2 is coming out RPRs origins  What is RPR? What evidence is there to support RPR? Where can people find out more about RPR and the new RPR level 1 online course I ask the guys if RPR will be hosting any seminars in Europe I ask the guys where people can find out more about them I ask the guys what are they currently reading? This was an outstanding episode and I hope you all enjoy it as much as we did! Stay Strong, RB Show Notes: Website - www.reflexiveperformance.com Online course - RPR - Level 1 Chris Korfist: Website - slowguyspeedschool.com Facebook - Chris Korfist Twitter - @korfist Instagram - korfist1 YouTube - korfist J.L. Holdsworth: Website - www.thespotathletics.com Facebook - J.L. Holdsworth Twitter - spotathletics Instagram - coach_jl YouTube - The Spot Athletics - Grandview Cal Dietz: Website - triphasictraining.com Facebook - Cal Dietz Twitter - @Caldietz Instagram - cal.dietz YouTube - Calvin Dietz Videos Mentioned: Finding Strength: Dr. Tyrel Detweiler and Reflexive Performance Reset Books Mentioned: Triphasic Training II A systematic approach to elite speed and explosive strength performance (Volume 2) Principles of Anatomy and Physiology, 15th Edition  Darwin's Doubt: The Explosive Origin of Animal Life and the Case for Intelligent Design Crucial Conversations Tools for Talking When Stakes Are High, Second Edition The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People How to Win Friends & Influence People People and Resources Mentioned: Mike T Nelson Douglas Heel Dan Fichter Dave Tate Dr. Nick Riviera Dr. Michael Kucera Sean Donnelly  Thomas Edison  Nikola Telsa Dr. Eric Serrano Dr. Doug Wallace Kelly Starrett Mike Boyle James Smith American Heart Association Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization Dr. Tyrel Detweiler Keir Wenham-Flatt Track and Football Consortium Dr. Ben House Paul McIlroy Carrick Institute Z-Health  Show Sponsors: Ultimate Performance Online MentorshipTo get INSTANT ACCESS to almost 20 hours of World Class online video Strength and Conditioning Information go to upmentorship.com ALTIS ALTIS 360 ALTIS Education Ultimate Athlete Concepts Ultimate Athlete Concepts is a multi faceted company, providing the most sophisticated scientific material in sport science. UAC is the worlds leading resource for translated sport preparation educational material. National Sports Performance Association Certified Program Design Specialist Certified Speed and Agility Coach Cerfitied Weightlifting Performance Coach Certified Sports Nutrition Coach Athletes AccelerationComplete Warm Up Complete Speed Training Complete Speed Games Complete Jumps Training Complete Olympic Lifting Complete Youth Training Complete Guide to Training the Female Athlete Complete Core Complete Sports Conditioning  Complete Sports Nutrition Complete Program Design Sports Camp Empire Patreon Help support the podcast by becoming a Patreon to the show here - Patreon 

1hr 24mins

13 Jul 2019

Rank #17

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Episode 180: Aaron Davis - Bioenergetics Masterclass

This episodes guest is Aaron Davis from Train Adapt Evolve. Aaron Davis is a Sports Performance/Health Coach with 10 years experience coaching athletes and teams across multiple sports. Utilizing multiple diagnostic technologies and labs, Davis firmly believes health and performance go hand in hand. He is a constant student of sports performance and health – drawing upon knowledge from leading experts in the field. Davis coaches athletes in the Austin, Texas area as well as international and US athletes remotely. He shares his experiences and training philosophy speaking at seminars and writing for Train. Adapt. Evolve. On this episode Aaron and I discuss: Aaron's background and influences  Why do a lot of people move to Austin? What are the good and not so good things that he currently see's with the physical preparation profession, and what solutions would he offer for the not so good things that he see's What is Aaron's training philosophy What does Aaron's training system look like? I ask Aaron - what is the Moxy unit and what does it do? I ask Aaron who has influenced his orthopedic assessment? I ask Aaron to give us his thoughts regarding energy system development  I ask Aaron how does he individualize and monitoring his programming? I ask Aaron about occulsion mechanisms that can happen within muscles during execise I ask Aaron about how the mitchondria can enhance muscle relaxation intra-muscular contractions I ask Aaron about his thoughts on Concurrent Training I ask Aaron about his thoughts on central vs peripheral cardiovascular assessment and training presecription I ask Aaron his thoughts on the importance of sleep for performance  I ask Aaron what are his clients buy in levels like when they first come to Train Adapt Evolve I ask Aaron what have been the biggest lessons he has learned so far in his life and career I ask Aaron is the difference in the aerobic adaptations to cardiac muscle from running vs resistance training? I ask Aaron for his current and top book recommendations I ask Aaron for his top life advice I ask - if he only had one year left on planet earth - how would he send that year and why? I ask Aaron - if he could invite 5 people to dinner, dead or alive, who would he invite and why? This was an outstanding episode and I hope you all enjoy it as much as we did! Stay Strong, RB Show Notes: Website - Train Apapt Evlove  Facebook - Aaron Davis Instagram - davisxctf Books Mentioned: Block Periodization Crucial Conversations The Biology of Transcendence  Mans Search for Meaning Navigating Metabolism Waking Up  12 Rules for Life Self Reliance People and Recources Mentioned: Dr. Jack Kruse Doug Wallace Dr. Michael Kucera James Fitzgerald Dr. Ben House Eddie Hall Ross EdgleyJoseph Chilton Pearce Viktor Frankl Aarons Article - Simplifaster - Raising the Ceilings of Performance with Aaron Davis PRI Gary Gray Derek Evely - Bondarchuk Course Buddy Morris Mike Robertson Alan Watts Raplh Waldo Emerson Chris Masterjohn Anatonliy Bondarchuk Gerald Pollock Leanne Venier  Kevin Crottell  Louie CK Neil DeGrasse Tyson Tony Robbins Albert Szent-Györgyi Gilbert Ling Nickola Tesla Eric Oetter Pat Estes Landmark Moxy Unit Spirotiger Sci-Hub Show Sponsors: Ultimate Performance Online MentorshipTo get INSTANT ACCESS to almost 20 hours of World Class online video Strength and Conditioning Information go to upmentorship.com ALTIS ALTIS 360 ALTIS Education Ultimate Athlete Concepts Ultimate Athlete Concepts is a multi faceted company, providing the most sophisticated scientific material in sport science. UAC is the worlds leading resource for translated sport preparation educational material. National Sports Performance Association Certified Program Design Specialist Certified Speed and Agility Coach Cerfitied Weightlifting Performance Coach Certified Sports Nutrition Coach Athletes AccelerationComplete Warm Up Complete Speed Training Complete Speed Games Complete Jumps Training Complete Olympic Lifting Complete Youth Training Complete Guide to Training the Female Athlete Complete Core Complete Sports Conditioning  Complete Sports Nutrition Complete Program Design Sports Camp Empire Patreon Help support the podcast by becoming a Patreon to the show here - Patreon 

1hr 59mins

25 Sep 2018

Rank #18

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Episode 22: An Interview with Dr. Stuart McGill

This episodes guest is Dr. Stuart McGill, who is a professor of spine biomechanics at the University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.Dr. McGill is also the author of two books - Low Back Disorders, and Ultimate Back Fitness and Performance. He also has produced two DVDs - The Ultimate Back - Enhancing Performance, and The Ultimate Back - Assessment and Therapeutic Exercise.On this episode Dr. McGill and myself discussed - common reasons why the low back breaks down, common problems Dr. McGill see's with core training, problems Dr. McGill see's with some rehabilitation protocols that are used to treat low back pain, and/or dysfunction, Dr. McGill's 5 stage protocol at rehabbing low back pain and/or dysfunction, and many more topics.I hope you guys enjoy the show.Stay Strong,RB

1hr 2mins

23 Jun 2013

Rank #19

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Episode 126: Christian Thibaudeau - Strength Development & Neurological Profiling

This episodes guest is Coach Christian Thibaudeau of Thibarmy. Christian was previously on the podcast back in episode 62. On this episode Christian and I discuss: What’s new with Christian Christian speaks about factors of Strength Development Christian speaks about looking at the Neurotransmitter Dominance of athletes to determine their training needs This was an awesome episode guys and I really hope you enjoy it. Stay Strong, RB Show Notes: Maximum Muscle Bible Book Show Sponsor:To get INSTANT ACCESS to almost 20 hours of World Class online video Strength and Conditioning Information go to upmentorship.com

1hr 31mins

3 Sep 2017

Rank #20