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Thanks for checking out The CVASPS Podcast! On our show will bring the best practitioners in the field of strength and conditioning from around the world together to discuss all aspects of athlete development. Each show has a unique theme that is designed to help your athletes in improve performance. We hope you enjoy the show, and if you do, like all our content, feel free to share it with anyone is the sport performance field who you feel will find value in the content. 

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    • 4.7 • 49 Ratings

Thanks for checking out The CVASPS Podcast! On our show will bring the best practitioners in the field of strength and conditioning from around the world together to discuss all aspects of athlete development. Each show has a unique theme that is designed to help your athletes in improve performance. We hope you enjoy the show, and if you do, like all our content, feel free to share it with anyone is the sport performance field who you feel will find value in the content. 

    Season 2- The 2022 Seminar Series- Episode 11- Dr. Adam Petway- “I’ve made enough mistakes in my past to know what not to do in the future.”

    Season 2- The 2022 Seminar Series- Episode 11- Dr. Adam Petway- “I’ve made enough mistakes in my past to know what not to do in the future.”

    “We all live in the same physical world and environment, it’s just the demands of your sport may have some degrees of variant within that.” One of the things I try to do is bring the people doing the research to The Seminar, and after writing the book on biomechanics of basketball, Dr. Petway is the go to in that discipline. During the 42-minute talk we cover: 1)     His voyage into sports performance, and what drove him towards researching biomechanics2)     How being asked the right questions by his mentor changed his whole perspective on training progressions3)     A few books that were game changing to him both educationally and in his coaching4)     The big limitation to using “clock sports” as our guide in training. 5)     What are the two “big rocks” when it comes to performance outcomes6)     The importance and value of working with high school athlete’s 7)     The role of systems and how they need to constantly evolveI’m elated to have Dr. Petway at The Seminar and elated to welcome him to the CVASPS family and have him as part of The Pittsburgh Seminar! I hope you’re able to join us July 15 and 16 at The Marriott Short Pump! Tap the link to book your seat today! https://cvasps.com/the-2022-richmond-seminar/

    • 42 min
    Season 2- The 2022 Seminar Series- Episode 10- Jonas Dodoo- “What is the right proportion of qualities that allows your speed to be best?”

    Season 2- The 2022 Seminar Series- Episode 10- Jonas Dodoo- “What is the right proportion of qualities that allows your speed to be best?”

    “There are some general principles about how we train and how we could train based on humans first based on how we respond to training.” This episode of The Podcast is a super discussion with Jonas Dodoo. During the 41-minute talk we cover: 1)     Principles and systems, the power behind them and why their vital for coaches2)     Different ways that the general impacts the specific in training3)     The rule of thirds, and how it can help us understand programming4)     Confidence as an objective of many aspects of training5)     The role and power of trust and what it leads to6)     Pro’s and con’s to “buckets” with athletes7)     A different way to look at time and distance to improve speed I’m so fired up to have Jonas on the docket as part of The Richmond Seminar, and hope you’re able to join us July 15 and 16 at The Marriott Short Pump! Tap the link to book your seat today! https://cvasps.com/the-2022-richmond-seminar/

    • 41 min
    Season 2- The 2022 Seminar Series- Episode 9- Ali Kershner- “What do you have to lose by being a better communicator?”

    Season 2- The 2022 Seminar Series- Episode 9- Ali Kershner- “What do you have to lose by being a better communicator?”

    “Being able to have something that you stand for, and being able to consistently deliver that message in a way that’s authentic and gets to the core root of the issue and to your audience, that IS coaching.” Always awesome to catch up with Ali Kershner, and this week’s episode of The Podcast is no different! Throughout the 40-minute chat we talk about: 1)     Ali’s new role and what inspired her to take the leap to step away from coaching athletes2)     Some aspects of growth strength coaches excel at, and some we may need to improve upon3)     A simple way to help improve communication between people, not just coaches. 4)     The importance of finding who you are as a coach5)     Ways that the “system” that we progress coaches through could be better6)     Sales, marketing, and personal brands and what their role is in coaching. We couldn’t be more excited to have Ali on the docket as part of The Richmond Seminar, and hope you’re able to join us July 15 and 16 at The Marriott Short Pump! Tap the link to book your seat today! https://cvasps.com/the-2022-richmond-seminar/

    • 41 min
    Season 2- The 2022 Seminar Series- Episode 8- Brijesh Patel- “A Lot of What We Do Comes Down to The Artistry”

    Season 2- The 2022 Seminar Series- Episode 8- Brijesh Patel- “A Lot of What We Do Comes Down to The Artistry”

    “It’s much more challenging to find solutions to problems then it is to complain.” Always great to catch up with Coach Brijesh Patel, and this episode of The Podcast is no different. Throughout the 35-minute chat we talk about: 1)     How a deep dive into fascia has had a massive impact on his programming2)     Eldoa, what it is and why it’s important3)     How isokinetic training can improve performance, and help with injuries4)     How coaches can build each other up to drive the profession forward5)     The issues with complaining vs providing answers6)     The impact of your “inner circle” and critical thinking, and how the two may not be symbiotic I’m elated to welcome B to the CVASPS family and have him as part of The Pittsburgh Seminar! I hope you’re able to join us April 29th and 30th at Union Fitness in Pittsburgh, PA! Tap the link to book your seat today! https://cvasps.com/the-2022-pittsburgh-seminar/

    • 36 min
    Season 2- The 2022 Seminar Series- Episode 7- Al Vermeil- “You’re never so good you can’t get better”

    Season 2- The 2022 Seminar Series- Episode 7- Al Vermeil- “You’re never so good you can’t get better”

    “You do what they can do, build in what they can do, circumvent the weaknesses and try to get them to that.” “There’s nothing really new, science has helped us understand the effects of things better, great coaches have made us understand it from their experiences. We’ve all learned from our fairs, unfortunately I’ve made the same mistakes a couple times, which makes me upset.” “The great ones, relative to your level, do things you can’t coach. Don’t uncoach them.” In this week’s episode of The Podcast, I have the absolute pleasers of sitting down and talking with Vermeil. Throughout the 100-minute chat we talk about: 1)     Two things “Young Coaches” should never stop doing.2)     A simple evaluation that coaches can use and ways to improve upon it3)     Why he feels coaches should start out coaching in high school, and the lessons it taught him. 4)     The importance of going to the source, and the originator of ideas5)     What factors he has seen to impact transfer of training to sport6)     The impacts of size and limb length on work capacity on athletes7)     The importance of working on technique when building sport skills8)     How your philosophy is the backbone of what you do as a coach and how coaches can make alterations based off that. We couldn’t be more excited to have Al on the docket as part of The Richmond Seminar, and hope you’re able to join us July 15 and 16 at The Marriott Short Pump! Tap the link to book your seat today! https://cvasps.com/the-2022-richmond-seminar/

    • 1 hr 42 min
    Season 2- The 2022 Seminar Series- Episode 6- Boo Schexnayder- Every Problem is a Biomechanical Jigsaw Problem

    Season 2- The 2022 Seminar Series- Episode 6- Boo Schexnayder- Every Problem is a Biomechanical Jigsaw Problem

    “I tell young coaches and young trainers all the time, just because you have the title of strength coach at this school or the title of trainer at this school that really doesn’t mean anything, it means absolutely nothing other than the paycheck.”  “Ultimately, if the kids come to you and the athletes come to you and you help them and you come up with answers for them they’re going to keep coming to you.” I got the opportunity to chop it up with Boo Schexnayder in this week’s episode of The Podcast. Throughout the 35-minute chat we talk about: 1)     What coaching is, and where he sees the role of “problems” in coaching.2)     What the coach’s role in injuries actually is.3)     The importance of drawing knowledge from multiple fields4)     Some of the unique challenges to the educational progressions of coaches5)     What he truly loves about sports6)     What really drives buy-in and brings athlete’s back to a coach. 7)     How cultural norms hold us back from being elite8)     The effects of commercially driven trends and fads9)     Why some means and methods have stood the test of time We are so excited to have Coach Boo on the docket as part of The Pittsburgh Seminar, and hope you’re able to join us April 29th and 30th at Union Fitness in Pittsburgh, PA! Tap the link to book your seat today! https://cvasps.com/the-2022-pittsburgh-seminar/

    • 35 min

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