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This episode's guest is Tom Tombleson. Tom is the senior strength and conditioning for the England men's rugby team. I first met Tom back in 2017 at an Appentice Coach Programme (ACP) hosted by ALTIS, during my internship with ALTIS. I instantly knew Tom was a person I could connect with on many levels from the interactions and conversations we sha…
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This episode see's the return of Rob Jacobs from Outlaw Strength. As an international Lecturer/Coach and Published author, Rob has spent the last 21 years as a strength and conditioning coach. Coaching professional athletes, physique and bikini competitors, strongman competitors, title holders and World Champions in Mixed Martial Arts and Brazilian…
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This episode see's the reture on David Grey. David is the CEO of David Grey Rehab. Originally an athlete himself, he was plagued with pain and injuries, and became very frustrated with the traditional “solutions” that were being offered. Deciding to take matters into his own hands, David spent over 10 years travelling the world, learning from some …
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This episodes guest is Kevin Mulcahy. Kevin is a passionate and experienced coach who has worked with various sports teams, athletes, professionals, and clubs across three continents for over 30 years. He is the owner-operator coach of the Design the Game Project, a platform that shares coaching insights and research to a progressive and learning-l…
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This episode's guest is Iordan Krochev from Core Excellence. Since completing his Master's in Physiotherapy at the University of Montreal, Iordan has always been fascinated by human performance and health. He occupies multiple roles, including his work as a performance physiotherapist with Bobsleigh Canada Skeleton and a physiotherapist at the Core…
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This episode see's the return of Joel Smith from Just Fly Sports. Joel Smith, MS, CSCS is a NCAA Division I Strength Coach working in the PAC12 conference. He has been a track and field jumper and javelin thrower, track coach, strength coach, personal trainer, researcher, writer and lecturer in his 8 years in the professional field. His degrees in …
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This episodes guest is Andrew Sheaff. Andrew has been helping people improve their swimming for over 20 years. He’s worked with everyone from children learning to swim to Olympic medalists to masters triathletes and swimmers. He specialises in helping triathletes improve their swimming skills through online coaching. He is also the author of 'A Con…
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This episode is Part 2 with Alex Effer of Resilient Training and Rehabilitation on the compression-expansion model. Part 1 can be found here. On this episode Alex and I discuss: How Alex's has refined his mentorship program We discuss wide and narrow archetypes, their respiration bias, their compensation strategies, and the action of their pelvic d…
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This episode's guest is Alex Effer of Resilient Training and Rehabilitation. Alex earned his Bachelors of Kinesiology from the University of Toronto, obtained a Post-Graduate Certificate in Exercise Science for Health and Performance from Niagara College and is a Certified Exercise Physiologist, Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach, and EXOS P…
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This episode Bill Hartman returns! On this episode Bill and I discuss: The refinement of Bill's teaching of his model What concept from the model has Bill found hardest to teach others How would Bill present his model to a class of undergraduate physical therapists, if requested? The genesis of Bill's model We discuss the RECONstruct program that B…
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This episode's guest is Stu McMillan. Stu is CEO and Short Sprints Coach at ALTIS. Stu has worked with professional and amateur athletes in a variety of sports with a focus on power and speed development, and he has personally coached move than 70 Olympians at nine Olympic Games, winning over 30 Olympic medals. He has worked as part of national gov…
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This episode see's the return of Joel Smith from Just Fly Sports. Joel Smith, MS, CSCS is a NCAA Division I Strength Coach working in the PAC12 conference. He has been a track and field jumper and javelin thrower, track coach, strength coach, personal trainer, researcher, writer and lecturer in his 8 years in the professional field. His degrees in …
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This episode's guest is my long time friend Rua Gilna from Bua Fitness. Rua Gilna has over 14 years of experience in the Fitness Industry in roles ranging from training elite level athletes, training the average Joe, managing prestigious gyms, consulting in difficult injury rehab cases and leading education for teams of 30+ trainers to designing an…
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On this episode Pat and I discuss: The last 2 years of Pat's life What's next? This was a great discussion with Pat and I hope you guys really enjoy it. Stay Strong, RB Show Notes: Twitter - @dr_patdavidson Facebook - Pat Davidson Instagram - Pat Davidson Podcasts Mentioned: The Self Made Podcast Actions speak louder than words with Pat Davidson Bo…
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This episode's guest is Matt Tometz. Matt is a sport science coordinator/sports performance coach at TC Boost Sports Performance in Northbrook, Illinois. With a speed development background and a fascination for data, it’s his daily challenge to combine the art of coaching with the science of data for his athletes of all ages and sports. Outside th…
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This episode's guest is Paul Kilgannon. Paul Kilgannon is a Coach and Athlete Mentor, Author and Creator of The "CARVER Coaching Framework" which is used internationally across a number of sports and industries. He helps people build their ‘Coaching World’ and consults with Sporting Organisations and Clubs, as well as Corporate Entities in the area…
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This episode's guest is Pete Burridge. Pete is a First Team Athletic Performance Coach at Bristol Bears and heads up the speed training element of their program. He joined the Bears after six seasons working with Leicester Tigers, having previously spent time coaching at Leicester City FC and at Exeter University. He holds a degree in Sport & Exerc…
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This episode's guest is David Grey. David is the CEO of David Grey Rehab. Originally an athlete himself, he was plagued with pain and injuries, and became very frustrated with the traditional “solutions” that were being offered. Deciding to take matters into his own hands, David spent over 10 years travelling the world, learning from some of the be…
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This episode's guest is Brendon Rearick. Brendon Rearick is a husband, father, strength coach, public speaker, teacher, business owner, ice cream lover, and bookworm. Beyond the labels, his purpose for living is: to make exercise the number one prescribed drug in the world, to spread the positive by-products of movement & coaching as far as he can,…
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This episode's guest is Anthony Donskov. Anthony Donskov is the founder and head performance coach at Donskov Strength and Conditioning. He’s also the author of two books; Physical Preparation for Hockey: Biological Principles and Practical solutions, and The Gain, Go, Grow Manual: Programming for High Performance Hockey Players. Anthony hold's an …
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This episode's guest is Tim Caron. Tim is the head coach at Allegiate. Tim's last stop before Allegiate was as head strength and conditioning coach for football at Army West Point. He served in that role for three seasons, the final of which Army defeated Navy for the first time in fifteen years. Prior to that, Tim was an associate strength coach a…
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This episode's guest is Robert Jacobs from Outlaw Strength. As an international Lecturer/Coach and Published author, Rob has spent the last 21 years as a strength and conditioning coach. Coaching professional athletes, physique and bikini competitors, strongman competitors, title holders and World Champions in Mixed Martial Arts and Brazilian Jiu J…
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This episode's see's the return of Jim Kielbaso. Jim Kielbaso is currently the President & CEO of the International Youth and Conditioning Asssociation (IYCA). Jim was previously on episode 141. On this episode Jim and I discuss: What's new since we last spoke? Jim's background and how he got involved in the IYCA I ask Jim about the IYCA's - Certif…
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This episode's guest is Bret Contreras. You all know who Bret is! On this episode Bret and I discuss: What's new since we last saw each other in February 2017? I ask Bret about long-term hypertrophy development I ask Bret about quad development for a tall individual Bret talks about his "Strong Lifts" program I ask Bret about the mind-muscle connec…
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This episodes guest if Tom Clough. Tom is currently the Head of Athletic Performance at Ulster Rugby. On this episode Tom and I discuss: Tom's background? Why did Tom intern at Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning (MBSC)? How did Tom support himself financially during his internship at MBSC? How did Tom deal with a year out of coaching when he got …
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This episodes guest is Augie Agyei. Augie is the performance coach director, NFL & NFL combine prep lead performance coach, and internship director at Landow Performance, CO, USA. Augie is certified through the NSCA as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, and through Greg Roskopf’s Muscle Activation Techniques as a Muscle Activation Te…
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He's back! Cal 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…
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This episode's guest is David Joyce. David is the High Performance Leader and Strategy Specialist at Synapsing—a sports-strategy and decision-making consultancy. For more than two decades in his career in elite performance, David has trained, rehabilitated, and maintained multiple world champions, Olympians, and more than 100 national champions. He…
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In Part 3 Pat summarizes the first 3 of his foundational principles for optimizing movement and then goes onto discusses his final 3 foundation principles - Jacksonian dissolution, unconscious incompetence to unconscious competence, and the ability to climb up and down the evolutionary ladder This was a great discussion with Pat and I hope you guys…
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In Part 2 Pat discusses: Pat shares with us the content that is covered in his "Rethinking the Big Patterns 2.0" course. His current track and field training program Pat's cover's the first three (of six) foundational principles from his book "A Coaches Guide to Optimizing Movement" This was a great discussion with Pat and I hope you guys really en…
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This episode's guest is Michelle Boland from Michelle Boland Training (MBT). Michelle grew up in central Massachusetts where her interest for athletics and playing sports began. Michelle played soccer, basketball, and ran track at the collegiate level while studying Nutrition. After reflecting on her life passion for athletics and sports performanc…
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This episodes guest sees the return of Derek Evely from EveltrakSport.com On this episode Derek and I discuss: Whats new with Derek Derek shares with us his thoughts on long term athletic development (LTAD) I ask Derek how would he educate parents on LTAD This was a great discussion with Derek and I hope you guys really enjoy it. Stay Strong, RB Sh…
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This episode's guest sees the return of Chris Korfist from slowguyspeedschool.com On this episode Chris and I discuss: What's new with Chris Chris shares we us his current thoughts on hamstring training and rehabilitation I ask Chris how he navigated COVID-19 as a teacher We discuss training methods to dampen neural inhibition I ask Chris for his t…
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This episodes guest is Keir Wenham-Flatt from the Strength Coach Network and Rugby Strength Coach On this episode Keir and I discuss: Keir's background Does Keir still have an ambition to work in the NFL? I ask Keir what lesson's he learned from all his world travel? Why Keir established the Strength Coach Network (SCN) and what are his aspirations…
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In this Part 1 Pat discusses: The genesis of this book The Foundations of his model, covering the 7 movement pillars, which are; 1) movement quality, 2) movement quantity, 3) movement standardization, 4) movement progression, 5) movement strategy, 6) muscular orientation, 7) muscular action. From here, Pat breaks down each of the 7 pillars componen…
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This episodes guest is Nick Ward. Nick is currently the programs director at ALTIS. Almost 35 years on from starting as a coach Nick is active and helping people achieve their goals and improve their lifestyle – whether for the outdoors, on the sports field or the Olympic podium. As the AlTIS Programs Director Nick builds education and training res…
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This episodes guest is Matt Wallden. Matt trained as an Osteopath & Naturopath in the 1990’s completing a BSc (Hons) and, later a Masters in Osteopathic Medicine, then going on to train in the CHEK System between 2001-2005. His ambition was to work in professional sports; a goal he achieved by 2003. Since then he has contributed several chapters to…
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This Episodes guest is Michael Mendizza founder of the Touch the Future organization. In 1987 Michael founded Touch The Future, a nonprofit learning design center whose mission is to promote Optimum Learning Relationships between adults and children. A five-year exploration of optimum states of learning, wellness, and peak performance led to a revo…
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This episodes guest see's the return of Christian Thibaudeau. On this episode, Christian lays out his thoughts on body recomposition. This was an outstanding episode and I hope you all enjoy it as much as we did! Stay Strong, RB Show Notes: Website: thibarmy.com Facebook: Christian Thibaudeau - Thibarmy Twitter: @Coach_CThib Instagram: christian.th…
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This episodes guest is Cameron Josse. Cam is currently in his second season as an athletic performance coach with the football program at Indiana University Bloomington. Cams bio: • Owns seven years of experience preparing and managing multiple levels of athletes. • Trained over 40 professional athletes, including NFL, NHL, UFC and WWE talents. • C…
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This episodes guest is Tom Purvis founder of exerciseprofessional.com and Resistance Training Specialist (RTS). Tom has been educating personal trainers nationally and internationally since 1989. Trainers entering the field in the past decade probably have not yet heard of Tom. In the past 15 years he has dramatically reduced his travel commitments…
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This episodes guest is Jason Feairheller from Function & Strength. When Jason began his training career, he had an interest in developing athletic speed and power, and over the past decade, that interest has turned into a passion. In addition to training, he has lectured on strength and conditioning as an adjunct professor at Immaculata University.…
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This episodes guest is Greg Muller from "Lead the Pack". With over 20 years of experience of working in a wide range of sporting environments with athletes, teams and organisations Greg Muller is a premier human performance and leadership training coach. Having worked and trained in many countries including New Zealand, Australia, Canada, USA, Japa…
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This episodes guest is Dave O'Sullivan from"Go To Physio". Dave O’Sullivan is a consultant rugby physiotherapist for England Rugby Union who has worked at the 2019 Rugby Union World Cup in Japan and the 2020 Six Nations. He was also the England Rugby League Physiotherapist for the 2017 Rugby League World Cup in Australia. Dave has the unique honour…
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This episodes guest is Joel Smith from Just Fly Performance. Joel Smith, MS, CSCS is a NCAA Division I Strength Coach working in the PAC12 conference. He has been a track and field jumper and javelin thrower, track coach, strength coach, personal trainer, researcher, writer and lecturer in his 8 years in the professional field. His degrees in exerc…
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This episodes guest is Ryan Harrison from Slow the game down. Ryan Harrison, has a degree in Exercise Physiology from University of California at Davis. Ryan has worked with Dr. Harrison on improving athlete’s visual performance on the field since 1999. Through the years he has worked hundreds of baseball stars including position players,; Carlos B…
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This episodes guest sees the return of Greg Potter. Greg was previously on episode 210. Greg has a PhD in nutrition, circadian rhythms, sleep, and metabolism, and he is cofounder and Chief Science Officer of Resilient Nutrition, whose products we discuss in the show. He also works as a health and performance consultant and is a regular speaker at i…
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This episode guest is Nick Winkelman. Nick is head of athletic performance and science for the Irish Rugby Football Union. Nick was formerly the director of education for EXOS, and oversaw the speed and assessment component of their combine development program. Nick is an internationally recognized speaker, and has his Ph.D with a focus on motor le…
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This episode's guests are Shawn Sherman and Dan Fichter. Shawn earned his Exercise and Sport Science degree from Penn State University and operates a private practice in Western Springs, Illinois. Over the years, Shawn has held numerous industry certifications and therefore understands what and how the conventionalists think and believe. Over the p…
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