In this episode, Eric and Mike answer and discuss questions submitted by our listeners including: -Split vs Full Body Routines -Techniques for Developing Punching Power -Programming Reps and Sets for Power Exercises for Explosiveness -Power/Plyos/Speed/Agility Training for clients over 40 -Energy System Development -Training to Avoid Pulled Hamstrings -Case Study – Challenges Improving the […]
Dr. Adam Wright – Director of Mental Performance – Washington Nationals Adam is a high-performance and executive coach, consultant, and educator who serves a broad range of elite performers whose craft demands peak performance in extreme, volatile, and high-stakes environments. He is privileged to work with athletes across various individual and team sports, including elite […]
In this episode we are thrilled to welcome Lee Taft, known to most simply as “The Speed Guy”. We discuss Speed, Agility and Fixing Youth Sports. Lee is highly respected as one of the top athletic movement specialists in the world. In the last 30 years he has devoted the majority of his time training multi-directional speed […]
Dr. Charlie Weingroff is one of the most sought-after professionals world-wide in physical therapy and athletic performance. He is a Doctor of Physical Therapy, a Certified Athletic Trainer, and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist who has worked with countless A-List celebrities, professional athletes, as well as the general population. Charlie is currently based in the West Palm […]
Anthony Vittese is a physical therapist and sports performance coach, and earned his Master’s of Physical Therapy from Quinnipiac University. Anthony is the owner/operator of Vittese Integrated Performance System, LLC. Along with diverse training in manual therapy and exercise, Anthony has extensive experience in movement assessment, testing, correction, treatment and injury prevention through Functional Movement […]
Gray Cook is practicing physical therapist, a orthopedic certified specialist, a certified strength and conditioning specialist and an RKC kettlebell instructor. He is the founder of Functional Movement Systems, a company that promotes the concept of movement pattern screening and assessment. His work and ideas are at the forefront of fitness, conditioning, injury prevention and […]
Dr. Michael D’Agati was graduated Cum Laude honors from William Paterson University with a Bachelor of Science in 2001 and was the sole recipient of the Exercise Physiology Honors award. In 2005, he was graduated Summa Cum Laude honors from New York University with his clinical doctorate in physical therapy. As a DPT student, he was […]
How do you choose the best exercises for your training program? In this episode, Eric and Mike discuss their thought process for how they select the exercises for their program and why.
How to write effective training programs based on your facility as well as considerations for setting up your own training facility.
Top 10 Mistakes in Programming (And how we have made every one of them!) 1 – Too many exercises 2 – Overcoaching 3 – Too complex or complicated to be well understood and/or executed 4 – Too biased to strength and neglecting other variables 5 – Lack of appreciation for tempo, intent and force dynamics […]