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In this episode of the Training Talks segment, Max and I deep dive into the topic of technique primers, drills, and exercise selection. Onyx: https://www.onyxstraps.com/ with code PHILWL for 10% off https://www.instagram.com/onyx_straps/ Weightlifting House: https://www.weightliftinghouse.com/ with code PHILWL for 10% off Check out the AI: https://…
 
In this episode of the Training Talks segment, Max and I discuss the process of detraining and gaining back fitness, how Max conceptualized the Technique Triad, and where Westside & Sheiko differ. Onyx: https://www.onyxstraps.com/ with code PHILWL for 10% off https://www.instagram.com/onyx_straps/ Weightlifting House: https://www.weightliftinghouse…
 
In this episode of the podcast, we had on Conor Heffernan. Conor is Assistant Professor of Physical Culture and Sport Studies at the University of Texas at Austin. We talk the development of weightlifting, from its first appearance in the Olympics to potential changes in the sport and its format. Sign up for the best programming available: https://…
 
Training Talks is a new segment on the Philosophical Weightlifting podcast. I will be joined by the majestic Max Aita. In this episode of the podcast, Max and I discuss obscure training lifts that have a positive impact on results, how often you should take 90% lifts, and what it means to raise your minimums. Onyx: https://www.onyxstraps.com/ with …
 
In this episode of the podcast, Max Aita and Seb Ostrowicz join me to discuss programming, specifically training cycle and phase length. Onyx: https://www.onyxstraps.com/ with code PHILWL for 10% off https://www.instagram.com/onyx_straps/ Check out the AI: https://weightlifting.ai/ Follow Max and get coaching! https://www.instagram.com/max_aita/ Fo…
 
It's been a while since we've had Chris Taber on the show. Chris received his PhD in Sport Physiology from ETSU. He's also been involved in weightlifting, competing and coaching for a number of years. He currently teaches at Sacred Heart University, where he was recently promoted to associate professor. In this episode, we deep dive into three proj…
 
While Max and I were in Vegas, we managed to catch up and record a great in-person podcast. We chat the USAPL split from the IPF, commentating Europeans, and more. Note: Because of the setting, you'll have to excuse the differences in audio levels. Also, this show is sponsored by Onyx Weightlifting Co., so you can support the podcast by purchasing …
 
I had the pleasure of once again being joined by Ben Esgro. Ben has two master's degrees, one in pharmaceutical chemistry and the other in sport nutrition and exercise science. He was the founder of De Novo Nutrition, and is currently the co-founder of Elemental Formulations. Join us as we deep dive into a lot of philosophy, social psychology, busi…
 
In this very special episode of the podcast, I am joined by Todd Kashdan. Todd has a PhD in clinical psychology, is the founder of the Well-Being Lab at George Mason University, and a leading educator to the public. Join us as we discuss psychological flexibility, how to find our values, and what it requires to be creative. Also, this show is spons…
 
It was an honor having Chris and Antonio back on the podcast for another chat. We covered a lot of ground but kept the focus specific to sport science and how we can bridge theory with practice. From muscle hypertrophy to jump testing to how a weightlifting club can stock and use sport science tech, this show provides you with answers to all of you…
 
We interrupt your regularly scheduled podcasts about programming and technique, to shed light on such an unfortunate situation taking place in Eastern Europe. Sergei Putsov is Ukrainian through and through, having trained on the Ukrainian national team and completed his PhD at the National University of Ukraine. In the episode of the podcast, we ex…
 
Keith Davids is a PhD and Professor of Motor Learning at Sheffield Hallam University. In this episode of the podcast, we talk all things verbal and visual feedback in weightlifting. This show is sponsored by Onyx Weightlifting Co., so you can support the podcast by purchasing ANY of their products, using the code PHILWL at checkout to save 10% off …
 
After meeting Jo Aita during the week of the Arnold and having hours of conversation with her it was a no brainer that she needed to be on the podcast. As someone who has spent nearly two decades in strength sports, she has the background and accomplishments to tell a lifetime of stories. Enjoy this show that is somewhat off of the beaten path. Get…
 
In this very special episode of the podcast, I welcome Max Aita, Justin Holly, and Seb Ostrowicz. We chat all things weightlifting, weightlifting.ai, and plenty in between. Also, this show is now sponsored by Onyx Weightlifting Co., so you can support the podcast by purchasing ANY of their products, using the code PHILWL at checkout to save 10% off…
 
Sean Waxman and Antonio Squillante have both previously been on the podcast, discussing topics as far reaching as drug culture in weightlifting, all of the way to training volume and its role in driving fitness adaptations. We started this episode with the broad intention of discussing periodization. More specifically, we ended up covering plyometr…
 
W. Keith Campbell is a world-renowned expert on personality and narcissism. In fact, he was on the Joe Rogan podcast to discuss this and other similar concepts. In part two of this extensive episode, we discuss the pros and cons of being a narcissist, developing extraversion, and navigating social media. Also, this show is now sponsored by Onyx Wei…
 
W. Keith Campbell is a world-renowned expert on personality and narcissism. In fact, he was on the Joe Rogan podcast to discuss this and other similar concepts. In part one of this extensive episode, we discuss the "self", personality, narcissism, and, briefly, we chat about what those concepts look like when applied to sport. Also, this show is no…
 
Ben Esgro has flown under the radar for too long. From two master's degrees, two supplement companies, to the success he's seen as a powerlifting coach; you can say that he is a PUSHER. Join us as we deep dive into #nuanced training topics, chat about the lifespan of a coach, and rope in a lot of philosophy along the way. Also, this show is now spo…
 
Seb and I have recorded hundreds of podcast episodes at this point. As it stands, these casual conversations are some of the most popular. In this episode, we discuss weightlifting systems across the globe, spurred on by the next Coaches Only event. This is part one of a conversation, with part two covering lessons learned from a half a decade of W…
 
Philadelphia barbell has consistently produced champions. Listen in as Jim Rutter details his approach to developing technique, programming for, and coaching the best in the USA. Follow Jim and PBC: https://www.instagram.com/philadelphiabarbellclub/ https://www.thesportissteroids.com/ Follow me: https://www.instagram.com/josh_philwl/…
 
As one of the best kept secrets in the US, Brian Secrest has repeatedly made champions. Listen in as we discuss his team culture, his approach to creating and fostering relationships, and the recipe he uses to create consistent success at the highest level. Enjoy. Follow Brian and Vero Beach: https://www.instagram.com/verobeachweightlifting/ https:…
 
How much does a particular rep range influence an adaptation? Is it true that muscular endurance, hypertrophy, and strength can only be influenced in a narrow window of reps? In this episode of the podcast, Dr. Pak and I dig into some of the literature surrounding the strength-endurance continuum. This includes available evidence discussing the inf…
 
Antonio Squillante is a sport scientist, researcher, and author, with a vast amount of expertise and experience in the field. In this episode, Antonio and I discuss training volume, movement velocity, and the role of intensity (%1RM) in driving training adaptations. Follow Antonio: https://www.instagram.com/antonio_squillantecscs/ https://twitter.c…
 
In this episode of the podcast, we deep dive into athlete monitoring for weightlifting, discussing: - Setting up a training plan - Tracking different training variables, and knowing what matters - Using a variety of performance assessments to measure change over time Hopefully you found something here useful. If so, follow the links down below to f…
 
Crystal McCullough has gone from full-time nurse to full-time weightlifting coach. Why did she decide to dedicate her life to weightlifting? Listen in to find out. Follow Coach Crystal: https://www.instagram.com/coach_crystalmac/ https://www.instagram.com/bellatorbarbell/ Follow me: https://www.instagram.com/josh_philwl/…
 
How much training should a lifter perform to increase 1RM strength in a squat, bench, and/or deadlift? That was the question Dr. Pak (Patroklos Androulakis-Korakakis) set out to discover. In this episode of the podcast, we discuss training volume and load (intensity/% of 1RM) to drive 1RM strength improvements. Along the way, we discuss Pak's backg…
 
Spurred on by a past episode of the Weightlifting House podcast discussing the most important habits to becoming a world champion, we've brought you an episode specific to coaching. In part two of this episode, listen in as Justin Holly of Willpower Weightlifting and Kevin Cann of Precision Powerlifting Systems discuss the traits of highly effectiv…
 
Have you ever wondered how someone could go from coaching in their garage to running a weightlifting gym with nearly 200 members? In this episode of the podcast, Chris Amenta details his development as a coach and how he was able to build SoCal Weightlifting into the behemoth that it is today. We also chat about Onyx and Mavrik, two equipment compa…
 
Have you ever wondered what it takes to start and host a successful podcast? Well, it would start by defining what "success" means for you. With that out of the way, Arthur Lynch, host of the No Lift Podcast, joins me as we sit down to discuss our podcasts, how they started, where they're going, and where we hope to end up. Along the way we also co…
 
I've been utterly consumed by the On Coaching podcast with Steve Magness and Jonthan Marcus. I reached out to Jon recently to see if he would be interested in recording a show with me. Thankfully, Jon is very gracious with his time, and we were able to record a great podcast. During this episode we discuss team culture, why Jon continues to coach, …
 
A recent paper was published providing a narrative review of the literature surrounding Youth Weightlifting. The authors include Dr. Mike Stone, Dr. Kyle Pierce, and Dr. Guy Hornsby. Instead of discussing this paper and providing my own commentary, I figured we could get the three of them on the show to discuss the topic even further! Enjoy. The pa…
 
Spurred on by a past episode of the Weightlifting House podcast discussing the most important habits to becoming a world champion, we've brought you an episode specific to coaching. I was joined by Justin Holly of Willpower Weightlifting and Kevin Cann of Precision Powerlifting Systems as we discuss the traits of highly effective coaches. Follow us…
 
In this episode of the podcast, Dr. Helen Collins, Derek Miles (of Barbell Medicine Fame), and I discuss youth resistance training. Helen recently published a paper that served as the foundation of this conversation, coving strength, fundamental movement skills, view of "the self", and weight management. If you want to know the "why" and "how" behi…
 
Do you ever wonder how other coaches approach the development of novice weightlifters? Whether it's a complete beginner or a CrossFit athlete making a transition to weightlifting, Coach Blanco takes us through his framework for developing competitive weightlifters. We also chat a bit about being all-in on yourself and facing failure. Enjoy. Coach B…
 
In this episode of the podcast Dr. Kyle Travis and I discuss tapering and peaking for strength performance. We discuss a recent publication of his that examined step (1 week) and exponential tapers (3 weeks) with an overreach prior to an unload to maximize performance of the squat, bench, and deadlift. If you want to know more about volume load all…
 
So you can get "coached" by AI. Is it really that simple or effective? Justin, Kevin, and I sit down to discuss the complexities of coaching and why it isn't all about the sets and reps. Follow us: https://www.instagram.com/willpowerweightlifting/ https://www.instagram.com/precision_powerlifting_systems/ https://www.instagram.com/kwcann/ https://ww…
 
Cody Misuraca is a physical therapist who specializes in working with individuals who are managing pain and injury and are driven to achieve and maintain an active lifestyle. Cody also provides coaching and programming for strength athletes, supplemental strength coaching for non-strength athletes, as well as general strength and conditioning servi…
 
Derek Evely is a throws coach who has traveled the world. He's worked in the UK, Canada, China, etc., coaching elite level talent and working with the best coaches to walk this planet. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Join us for this chat as Derek and I discuss all things exercise classification, specifically revolving around weightlifting. This takes many of the conc…
 
Arthur Drechsler is the author of one of the greatest books written by an American author on the sport of weightlifting. This book rivals Greg Everett's complete guide, only with less notoriety. Besides being a successful author, Artie has collected three junior world records, coached many athletes to and on an international stage, and is a categor…
 
Hugh Gilmore is a sport psychologist who has worked with British Weightlifting and many other sports and athletes. In part two of this discussion we cover sport psychology pseudoscience, motivational interviewing, and living the "good life". Follow Hugh: https://www.instagram.com/hughjohngilmore/ https://podiumpsychology.com/…
 
Hugh Gilmore is a sport psychologist who has worked with British Weightlifting and many other sports and athletes. In part one of this discussion we cover the psychosocial aspects of weightlifting, from both a coach and athlete perspective. Follow Hugh: https://www.instagram.com/hughjohngilmore/ https://podiumpsychology.com/…
 
Mike Burgener has quite possibly done more for the sport of weightlifting than anyone else. He's had his hand in the development of some of the best lifters and coaches this country has seen. Not only that, but he was also a critical part in the spread of weightlifting to CrossFit. Join us as we cover a range of topics, everything from the abolitio…
 
This is an attempted continuation of part one, maybe the greatest podcast i've ever recorded, discusses skill acquisition and details often taken for granted in practice. I was honored to be joined by Keith Davids, a PhD and Professor of Motor Learning at Sheffield Hallam University, Kevin Cann (Coach of Precision Powerlifting Systems), and Robbie …
 
Shaun Joffe is a researcher, weightlifting coach, and lecturer at St. Mary’s University. He’s just started his academic journey after a long stint in S&C and has already managed to produce some great research. In this podcast we discuss two publications, both looking at different aspects of the pull and particular performance variables associated w…
 
Derek Evely is a throws coach who has traveled the world. He's worked in the UK, Canada, China, etc., coaching elite level talent and working with the best coaches to walk this planet. Join us for this chat as we discuss all things Anatoly Bondarchuk. The direct application to weightlifting wasn't the center of this talk, but we go into enough deta…
 
Derek Evely is a throws coach who has traveled the world. He's worked in the UK, Canada, China, etc., coaching elite level talent and working with the best coaches to walk this planet. Join us for this chat as we discuss all things coaching, what Derek does well, what he wishes he could do better, and why coaching isn't just copying and pasting a s…
 
Brian Minor is a pro natural bodybuilder, powerlifter, and coach to many. Join us in this episode of the podcast as we discuss: - programming hypertrophy work for strength athletes - why soreness or "the pump" isn't always the best indicator for muscle growth - how to maximize the stimulus to fatigue ratio - dieting for performance Follow Brian! ht…
 
Guy Hornsby is a PhD, professor, coach, and has carried and developed a deep interest in periodization. This interest has bled into the work Guy has authored and been a part of. Join us as we further tackle the concept of periodization, continuing the discussion had by myself and Aaron Cunanan over the last two episodes. Follow Guy: https://www.res…
 
Aaron Cunanan has done it all in the sport of weightlifting. From coaching alongside Kyle Pierce to studying the technique of elite weightlifters and producing plenty of research to help practitioners and scientists, it goes without saying that he's got skin in the game. Join us in part two of the conversation as we discuss Aaron's time researching…
 
Aaron Cunanan has done it all in the sport of weightlifting. From coaching alongside Kyle Pierce to studying the technique of elite weightlifters and producing plenty of research to help practitioners and scientists, it goes without saying that he's got skin in the game. Join us in part one of this conversation as we discuss Aaron's background, his…
 
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