12 episodes

The Complete Performance Systems podcast covers how to get really strong, increase sports performance, training, nutrition, rehab, lifestyle and more.

Complete Performance Systems Tyler Hakamaki

    • Health & Fitness

The Complete Performance Systems podcast covers how to get really strong, increase sports performance, training, nutrition, rehab, lifestyle and more.

    Episode 12: Sean Noriega

    Episode 12: Sean Noriega

    In this episode Sean Noriega talks about his his background in sports and the transition into powerlifting, The downsides to hyper specific programming at a young age, How high can we push the ceiling with elite athletes & what does this take, What Sean’s warm up routine looks like, Some anatomical considerations in exercise selection, Queuing for the squat, bench and deadlift and differences between weight classes in terms of training.

    • 45 min
    Episode 11: Jordan Syatt

    Episode 11: Jordan Syatt

    In this episode Jordan Syatt talks about his time at Westside barbell, His days in Wrestling, How cutting for wrestling influenced his view on dieting now, Balancing life, work and performance, Advice for the general population, Things too many people are stressing over that are getting in the way of their progress and maybe some things they should redirect their focus to, Advice to other personal trainers out there.

    • 28 min
    Episode 10: Jeff Moyer

    Episode 10: Jeff Moyer

    In this episode Jeff Moyer goes down the rabbit hole, Jeff has his own podcast called down the rabbit hole where he is always sharing information about rather unconventional methods that many people may not know about. With that we had to have him on for ourselves to hear his collection of thoughts. Jeff covers: Earthing, the use of a Bioptron, Effects of certain colors, Reflexive Performance Reset, Foot mapping, How to Strengthen the foot, The role of vision & perception, How he uses Laser pointers for lymphatic flow, the Westside method vs the 1x20 method, his background in EliteFTS & the importance of Finding a mentor

    • 56 min
    Episode 9: Eric Helms

    Episode 9: Eric Helms

    In this episode Eric Helms covers how to go about Identifying solid research articles, what he thinks are some promising new research articles, Identifying needs for movement selection & programming for advanced athletes advice, The science behind strength from hypertrophy vs and strength from neurological gains, how to apply Auto regulation, advice for weight class restricted athletes and how to go about making weight. I hope you guys enjoy the podcast, Eric shares a ton science and breaks it down to application. Also if you haven’t checked out his books, The Muscle and Strength Pyramid go do so now, I highly recommend them.

    • 50 min
    Episode 8: Jason Tremblay

    Episode 8: Jason Tremblay

    In this episode Jason Tremblay covers how The Strength Guys came to be, what data and metrics are valuable to track, uses for peak volume, how to apply progressive overload, the science behind speed training, specificity in powerlifting vs field & court sports, modifiable training factors such as volume, intensity, frequency, rest & duration), meet attempt selection, setting an athletes expectations prior to a meet and RPE vs percentage.

    • 40 min
    Episode 7: Mike Tuchscherer

    Episode 7: Mike Tuchscherer

    In this episode Mike Tuchscherer covers emerging strategies, a method he created starting with a bottom up approach to training. He covers how to implement emerging strategies from developmental blocks to pivot blocks, how to count athlete exposures and time to peak, periodization models, athlete profiling & mindset, how far out from competition to start emerging strategies, frequency & intensity in training, estimating 1rm & RPE.  

    • 50 min

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