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The Primal MMA podcast brings together coaches, athletes, and sports scientists to discuss training and practice design for Mixed Martial Arts. Exploring the science of skill acquisition, human motivation, and sports psychology, the podcast seeks answers to the question, can we get better quicker?

The Primal MMA Coaching Podcast Scott Sievewright and Ben Schultz

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The Primal MMA podcast brings together coaches, athletes, and sports scientists to discuss training and practice design for Mixed Martial Arts. Exploring the science of skill acquisition, human motivation, and sports psychology, the podcast seeks answers to the question, can we get better quicker?

    S2, #11. (Part 2) Turn ons & Turn offs! Todd Fossey talks about managing arousal levels in training and competition.

    S2, #11. (Part 2) Turn ons & Turn offs! Todd Fossey talks about managing arousal levels in training and competition.

    Todd Fossey is the founder of and Chief Instructor at Integrative Defense Strategies in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Today he accepted my invite to chat with me about managing anxiety and arousal in training and competiton, and how getting the right levels can help promote learning, skill development and performance.

    Todd has been in the sport coaching and motor-learning space for several decades, add to that movie producer, trained psychotherapist and high performance consultant and it's clear he has lived a very interesting a full life thus far.

    Todd is also both a coach and a student of highly regarded MMA coach Greg Nelson of the "Academy' in MN where trains grappling and bjj. Todd has also built a firearms training and education business that combines gun handling with modern practical MMA techniques and skills.

    Should you want to follow up or reach out to Todd you can contact him via his FB page, or email todd@gunclasses.net

    You can also check out his website and his youtube page where he shares a ton of content about firearm training and personal saftey and protection skills.

    • 48分
    S2, #11. (Part1) Turn ons & Turn offs! Todd Fossey talks about managing arousal levels in training and competition.

    S2, #11. (Part1) Turn ons & Turn offs! Todd Fossey talks about managing arousal levels in training and competition.

    Todd Fossey is the founder of and Chief Instructor at Integrative Defense Strategies in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Today he accepted my invite to chat with me about managing anxiety and arousal in training and competiton, and how getting the right levels can help promote learning, skill development and performance.

    Todd has been in the sport coaching and motor-learning space for several decades, add to that movie producer, trained psychotherapist and high performance consultant and it's clear he has lived a very interesting a full life thus far.

    Todd is also both a coach and a student of highly regarded MMA coach Greg Nelson of the "Academy' in MN where trains grappling and bjj. Todd has also built a firearms training and education business that combines gun handling with modern practical MMA techniques and skills.

    Should you want to follow up or reach out to Todd you can contact him via his FB page, or email todd@gunclasses.net

    You can also check out his website and his youtube page where he shares a ton of content about firearm training and personal saftey and protection skills.

    • 1 時間19分
    S2, #10. (Part 2) Not all reps are created equal! Cal Jones on how 'Representative Learning Design' can help supercharge practice.

    S2, #10. (Part 2) Not all reps are created equal! Cal Jones on how 'Representative Learning Design' can help supercharge practice.

    Cal Jones is both a Judo coach and practitioner from North Wales (UK). He also recently completed his Master Degree in sports science with a thesis on "Representative Learning Design".

    Cal is well connected in the skill acquisition community and is a frequent guest on the coaching podcast circuits.

    Should you want to reach out or follow Cal, he can be reached on his twitter account @CalJonesJudo

    This is the part one of a two part episode where we discuss RLD and its implications for effective practice design for skill development. 

    Cal and I also discuss much of the dated and stubbornly held perspectives that are so prevelant in martial arts today.

    Cal is an understudy of Keith Davis who is one of the giants and leading researchers in ecological dynamics and skill acquisition.

    I look forward to Cal being a returning guest on the show as we had a fun discussion and clicked well. 

    My appreciation to him and all my guest who work hard to bring the research and data from the labs to the mats. 

    Let's be better at getting better!   Ancora Imparo!

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    S2, #10. (Part1) Not all reps are created equal! Cal Jones on how 'Representative Learning Design' can help supercharge practice.

    S2, #10. (Part1) Not all reps are created equal! Cal Jones on how 'Representative Learning Design' can help supercharge practice.

    Cal Jones is both a Judo coach and practitioner from North Wales (UK). He also recently completed his Master Degree in sports science with a thesis on "Representative Learning Design".

    Cal is well connected in the skill acquisition community and is a frequent guest on the coaching podcast circuits.

    Should you want to reach out or follow Cal, he can be reached on his twitter account @CalJonesJudo

    This is the part one of a two part episode where we discuss RLD and its implications for effective practice design for skill development. 

    Cal and I also discuss much of the dated and stubbornly held perspectives that are so prevelant in martial arts today.

    Cal is an understudy of Keith Davis who is one of the giants and leading researchers in ecological dynamics and skill acquisition.

    I look forward to Cal being a returning guest on the show as we had a fun discussion and clicked well. 

    My appreciation to him and all my guest who work hard to bring the research and data from the labs to the mats. 

    Let's be better at getting better!   Ancora Imparo!

    • 1 時間12分
    S2, #9. Less is more! Will Massey PhD talks about cultivating an independent learning environment.

    S2, #9. Less is more! Will Massey PhD talks about cultivating an independent learning environment.

    My old pal and returning guest Will Massey PhD,  Sport Psychologist, educator, coach, and practicing martial artist.

    In this episode, Will offers his insight into how we can foster and cultivate independent and self-directed learning within a group setting. 

    We cover, learned helplessness, implicit learning, practicing for performance vs practice for learning.  Motivation theory and considerations. And finally Will gives some practical takeaways for coaches looking to support athletes becoming more independent and in control of their own development. 

    Will is able to pair an academic and theoretical perspective with a practical understanding as both a student and coach of the sport. 

    This valuable discussion given retention, motivation and participation involve creating a positive and engaging psychological training environment.

    • 1 時間27分
    S2, #8B. Context is King! PART 2. Dr. Alan Dunton, on moving along the continuum of representativeness.

    S2, #8B. Context is King! PART 2. Dr. Alan Dunton, on moving along the continuum of representativeness.

    Today's guest brings both a practical and theoretical perspective to skill development in marital arts.

    Dr. Alan Dunton is a former Irish National TKD team competitor and now a researcher and lecturer at Cork institute of technology.  Alan received his PhD in Skill Acquisition under the guidance of  former guest, professor  Ed Coughlan. (aka. Dr SkillAcq) .

    I really clicked with Alan and we went down several rabbit holes and discussed a whole lot of different aspects of training and skill development.

    Alan is advocate and proponent of a more ecological approach to skill development, but also sees utility and in more traditional approach and frameworks.

    This is part 2 of 2 - and we carry on from where we left in part 1. Exploring disguised and deceptive actions.

    Alan was extremely receptive and enthusiastic to collaborate when I reached out and i encourage all that enjoyed his insight to follow him or reach out to him on his twitter profile. 

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