24 episodes

This podcast will give you an inside look into the strength and conditioning industry. We pride ourselves in our daily development as people and coaches, and this will bring you on that journey with us. We will be posting a multitude of recordings covering my personal philosophies in strength and conditioning, leadership, finances, guest interviews, and much more! I hope everyone can take something from this, and we can give you another resource to learn from in this crazy, but amazing industry.

The Curriculum Matt Gildersleeve

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.9 • 8 Ratings

This podcast will give you an inside look into the strength and conditioning industry. We pride ourselves in our daily development as people and coaches, and this will bring you on that journey with us. We will be posting a multitude of recordings covering my personal philosophies in strength and conditioning, leadership, finances, guest interviews, and much more! I hope everyone can take something from this, and we can give you another resource to learn from in this crazy, but amazing industry.

    Episode #44: The Curriculum: UB Strength Staff - Transfer of Training

    Episode #44: The Curriculum: UB Strength Staff - Transfer of Training

    On this episode of The Curriculum the University at Buffalo Football strength staff discusses our industries role in increasing of field sport performance.  Coach Gildersleeve leads the discussion with thought provoking questions on transfer of training and measuring that outcome.  Hopefully, at the conclusion of this episode the content has sparked some thoughts for you and has you asking yourself these same questions about your own program.



    Music: bensound.com

    • 44 min
    Episode #43: The Curriculum: Brad McCaslin - XA App

    Episode #43: The Curriculum: Brad McCaslin - XA App

    On this episode of The Curriculum we have a conversation with Brad McCaslin about the XA App.  The conversation is centered around getting the know the ins and outs of your athletes to better foster and understand their performance.  XA app is a tool we’ve been using to improve athletic performance for our athletes here at Buffalo this off- season. It has been to tremendous to not share.


    So if you’re interested in a tool that will help monitor athlete sleep, soreness, feeling, body weight, and help bridge the gap into the minds of your athletes, give this a listen. Thanks to CEO, founder and creator of the XA App Brad McCaslin (Bmccaslin@xa1972) for joining us.
    @xascore

    • 34 min
    Episode #42: The Curriculum: Jake Cox

    Episode #42: The Curriculum: Jake Cox

    On this episode of The Curriculum we host Jake Cox.  Cox is the former associate director of athletics performance for Baylor University Football.  As mentioned early in the episode Cox is highly capable of discussing all things strength and conditioning, however we brought him on for a different area of expertise, financial advice for young strength and conditioning professionals.  We discuss topics from starting your first savings account with little income to creating passive income throughout your career.  A little bit different then our normal episode, hope you all enjoy!



    Music: Bensound.com

    • 35 min
    Episode #41: The Curriculum: Mike Tucker

    Episode #41: The Curriculum: Mike Tucker

    On this episode of The Curriculum we visit with Mike Tucker, Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for Villanova Football.  Coach Tucker is in his third year for Villanova Football and is building quite a program.  We discuss programming, specifically sprint work and on field programming. Other topics include high/low sequencing and understanding context.

    Music: Bensound.com

    • 53 min
    The Curriculum: Coaches vs Covid19 Series – Episode 5: Challenges in the industry and how we can approve the foundation for future coaches

    The Curriculum: Coaches vs Covid19 Series – Episode 5: Challenges in the industry and how we can approve the foundation for future coaches

    This Coaches vs Covid19 episode features Molly Binetti from University of South Carolina, Casey Glass a tactical strength coach, Rebekah Gold from University of North Texas, and Ashley Jackson from University of Michigan. Each of these coaches comes from a different avenue of our field and provide great insight on their time within the strength and conditioning career path. This round table discussion reviews challenges faced by young coaches and trials within the field, but also addresses solutions to build a more solid foundation for the next generation of coaches.

    As you enjoy this series continue to make donations at https://www.coachesvscovid19.com/

    Episode brought to you by https://www.bridgeathletic.com/

    Music: Bensound.com

    • 57 min
    The Curriculum: Coaches vs Covid19 Series – Episode 4: Ft. Dr. Tiff Jones

    The Curriculum: Coaches vs Covid19 Series – Episode 4: Ft. Dr. Tiff Jones

    Episode 4 of 8 for the Coaches vs Covid19 Series features Dr. Tiffany Jones. Dr. Jones is a Certified Mental Performance Consultant at X-Factor Performance Consulting. In this conversation Dr. Jones speaks on culture and whose responsibility that is to create and maintain. We also discuss zones of arousal and how to manipulate and train those skills.

    As you enjoy this series continue to make donations at https://www.coachesvscovid19.com/

    Episode brought to you by https://www.bridgeathletic.com/

    Music: Bensound.com

    • 59 min

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