56 episodes

The Moffitt Method Podcast is where listeners can learn more about The Moffitt Method system. Hear weekly conversations between Coach Moffitt and guests. Join us as we explore exciting topics that are both educational and entertaining. We’ll cover everything from the art of coaching to improving performance, sports nutrition, mental training, and more. Plus, you’ll hear incredible, inspiring, iconic stories from Coach Moffitt’s remarkable 34-year coaching career.

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The Moffitt Method Podcast is where listeners can learn more about The Moffitt Method system. Hear weekly conversations between Coach Moffitt and guests. Join us as we explore exciting topics that are both educational and entertaining. We’ll cover everything from the art of coaching to improving performance, sports nutrition, mental training, and more. Plus, you’ll hear incredible, inspiring, iconic stories from Coach Moffitt’s remarkable 34-year coaching career.

    Brandon Ally - Co-Founder of S2 Cognition

    Brandon Ally - Co-Founder of S2 Cognition

    In this conversation, Brandon and Tommy discuss the process of dropping the lab coat and transitioning from academia to working with coaches. They delve into the administration of cognitive tests and the precision required in measuring milliseconds. They explore the interaction between cognition and other aspects of performance, such as speed and strength. They also discuss the effectiveness of training devices and the use of cognition data to improve performance on game day.

    The guys exlpore the cognitive skills of athletes and how they can be evaluated and utilized in different positions and sports. It emphasizes the importance of understanding how athletes are wired and using that knowledge to maximize their performance. They also touch on the role of S2 in recruiting and the transfer portal, as well as the accessibility of S2 testing for individuals. Overall, the goal is to educate people about the brain's role in sports and reduce uncertainty in player evaluation and development. Tommy Moffitt and Brandon also discuss their experiences coaching young athletes and the challenges they faced, reflecting on their career goals and the fulfillment they find in helping athletes improve their performance.


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    • 1 hr 30 min
    Kevin Yoxall - Dynamic Fitness and Strength

    Kevin Yoxall - Dynamic Fitness and Strength

    Truly a master in the field of strength and conditioning, Kevin Yoxall has produced many outstanding players for multiple successful collegiate football programs. Through stressing a combination of intensity, technique, efficiency, and safety, he prepared his charges to be on the cutting edge of athletic performance. During the Tuberville/Chizik era at Auburn University, his teams won 118 games (with perfect seasons in 2004 and 2010), appeared in eight consecutive bowls, and won a national championship in 2010. His intense training regimen won the respect and devotion of his players, many of whom became NFL draftees.

    His recruitment in 1999 to join new Auburn head coach Tommy Tuberville with responsibility for all strength and conditioning programs led to the climactic phase of his career. In addition to two perfect seasons and a national championship, his teams registered five consecutive victories over the rival University of Alabama. Yoxall's players under Tuberville won five SEC Western Division titles and had the best conference record from 2000 to 2007 with a 47-17 (.734) mark. He coached 19 NFL draftees (including four 2005 first-round picks), and 34 members of All-SEC teams. Under Gene Chizik, Yoxall had the opportunity to train Heisman trophy-winner Cam Newton. By the time Yoxall left Auburn in 2013, strength and conditioning facilities had tripled in size with state-of-the-art equipment. Upon returning to Texas, he became head strength and conditioning coach for three years at Rice University as well as at several other institutions, including a final stint at Midland High School in Texas.

    Intensity best describes Coach Yoxall's approach to training. He supervises a highly structured environment where he meticulously prepares every workout and individualizes every player's routine. He seeks to understand how athletes react to different situations by interpreting their body language as well as verbal cues. Although Yoxall's focus has mainly been football and male athletes, he applies the same programs and motivational tactics to both genders in other sports and makes no concessions with regard to exercises or intensity for women. For younger athletes, however, more emphasis is placed on proper technique and even higher intensity.

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    • 1 hr 33 min
    Cody Stout- Assistant Director of Athletic Performance- University of South Alabama

    Cody Stout- Assistant Director of Athletic Performance- University of South Alabama

    Cody Stout is in his first season as an assistant director of strength and conditioning for the University of South Alabama football program.

    Stout was at Colorado the last three years, where he served as an assistant strength and conditioning coach working primarily with the football program. After just missing qualifying for a bowl his first two seasons with the program, the Buffaloes posted a 4-2 mark — including going 3-1 in Pac 12 Conference play — in 2020 after receiving a bid to play in the Valero Alamo Bowl.

    Stout came to CU from Southern Mississippi where he worked directly with the Golden Eagles’ baseball team while also serving as an assistant with the football program. He was in charge of the school’s graduate assistant career development program while at USM as well.

    He has previous experience in the Sun Belt Conference, having served as assistant director of strength and conditioning at Arkansas State during the 2015 and ’16 seasons. While there — where he served under current Jaguar associate head coach/director of football athletic performance Matt Shadeed — Stout was part of a program that went 17-9 during that two-year stretch as the Red Wolves finished 9-4 his first year in Jonesboro before following up with an 8-5 mark that included going 7-1 in league play. A-State earned a 31-13 win over Central Florida in the Autonation Cure Bowl to close out his final season at the school.

    A 2014 graduate of Indianapolis, where he played two years as a defensive lineman before earning his degree in exercise science, Stout received his masters a year later from Southern Mississippi after working as a graduate assistant with the baseball and football teams.

    He began in the field as an athletic performance intern at Missouri during the 2013 season, and also has been on the staff at LSU

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    • 1 hr 28 min
    Dr Matt Frakes - LSU Assistant AD/Sports Director

    Dr Matt Frakes - LSU Assistant AD/Sports Director

    Building relationships and collaboration between performance nutrition, sports medicine, strength and conditioning, and sports science is critical for the success of collegiate athletes.
    Managing hydration is essential for optimal performance in hot environments, and strategies such as monitoring fluid intake and electrolyte balance are important.
    Nutritional considerations for football players differ based on their position, training age, and developmental stage.
    Managing weight and body composition requires a personalized approach and a focus on overall health and performance.
    Mental health plays a significant role in an athlete's approach to nutrition and performance, and strategies should be implemented to alleviate pressure and promote a healthy mindset.

    Chapters
    00:00 Introduction and Career in Sports Nutrition
    03:00 Certification in Strength and Conditioning
    06:00 Building Relationships with Collegiate Football Players
    11:00 Collaboration between Performance Nutrition, Sports Medicine, Strength and Conditioning, and Sports Science
    17:00 Hydration Strategies for Practices and Competition
    25:00 Managing Hydration Throughout the Week
    28:00 Nutritional Considerations for Football Players
    35:00 Managing Weight and Body Composition
    38:00 Impact of Mental Health on Nutrition and Performance


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    • 1 hr 5 min
    Nick Garcia - High School Coaching Legend

    Nick Garcia - High School Coaching Legend

    In today's episode, strength and conditioning coach Nick Garcia discusses his background and influences in strength and conditioning. He shares his philosophy on training and the challenges he faces as a high school coach. Garcia also talks about training a large number of athletes and the importance of mobility work. He explains how he organizes and implements training sessions and the benefits of velocity-based training. Finally, he discusses the influence of Dr. Bondarchuk's work and how it can be applied to field sports.

    Nick Garcia discusses the importance of consistency and adaptation in training, as well as the benefits of periodization and training cycles. He also talks about the different training approaches for various track and field events and the importance of choosing the right implements. Additionally, he shares insights on weight room training for throwers, the use of film analysis, and the challenges of indoor track and field. Finally, he recommends books and offers advice for young coaches.

    In this episode, Tommy Moffitt and Nick Garcia discuss the importance of developing relationships with mentors and the limitations of relying solely on internet and social media information. They emphasize the need to understand concepts through observation and application, rather than dismissing them based on surface-level information. The conversation also highlights the value of diving deeper into training principles and being open to new ideas. They stress the importance of considering the context in which training methods are applied, particularly in contact sports like football.

    Timecodes:
    00:00 Introduction and Background
    03:05 Influences and Philosophy
    06:16 Challenges of Being a High School Coach
    08:19 Training a Large Number of Athletes
    11:54 Training Young Athletes
    13:28 Importance of Mobility Work
    16:43 Organizing and Implementing Training Sessions
    19:57 Benefits of Velocity-Based Training
    25:28 Using Velocity-Based Training for Readiness
    33:19 Influence of Dr. Bondarchuk's Work
    38:36 Applying Dr. Bondarchuk's Work to Field Sports
    39:16 Consistency and Adaptation
    41:29 Training for Track and Field
    46:45 Periodization and Training Cycles
    49:56 Choosing Throwing Implements
    52:30 Different Training Approaches for Different Events
    57:09 Weight Room Training for Throwers
    01:01:04 Using Film Analysis
    01:05:37 Indoor Track and Field
    01:07:44 Recommended Books
    01:09:06 Advice for Young Coaches
    01:15:31 Importance of Developing Relationships with Mentors
    01:16:22 Understanding Concepts through Observation and Application
    01:17:19 Diving Deeper into Training Principles
    01:18:28 Consideration of Context in Training
    01:19:45 Appreciation for Nick Garcia's Expertise
    01:20:04 Takeaways and Conclusion

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    • 1 hr 25 min
    Brad Minter - Football Sports Performance Associate Director, Boise State University

    Brad Minter - Football Sports Performance Associate Director, Boise State University

    In this episode, we explore the fascinating journey of Brad Minter, a sports performance professional currently serving as the Associate Director for Football at Boise State University. Originally from Birmingham, AL, Brad shares his deep-rooted love for football that began in his childhood. Playing multiple sports, he found his true passion on the football field.

    Brad earned a full scholarship to play FCS football at Furman University in Greenville, SC. In 2017, he graduated with a degree in health science. Post-graduation, Brad embarked on his career journey. He interned at the University of South Carolina in the summer of 2017 and later secured another internship at LSU in Baton Rouge that fall.

    In January 2019, Brad took on a graduate assistant position at Mercer University in Macon, GA, adding valuable experience to his repertoire. Assistant Director at Virginia Tech: Brad's journey led him to Blacksburg, VA, where he served as an Assistant Director for football at Virginia Tech for three seasons. Following his time at Virginia Tech, Brad moved to Lafayette, LA, for a season at the University of Louisiana, where he held the role of Associate Director for football. Brad is now making an impact in Boise, ID, as the Associate Director of Sports Performance for Football at Boise State University.


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    • 1 hr 2 min

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34 Ratings

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Great Info

If you are a coach you need this podcast, Coach does a great job of asking good questions and sharing his experiences!

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The Guru Speaks

This is a long awaited Podcast with one of the most humble well known strength coaches

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Best S&C Podcast

Coach Moffitt does an excellent job covering the ins and outs of Strength and Conditioning while also keeping it entertaining with stories from his early coaching days. The chemistry with each guest makes the conversation flow and they quickly get into what people want to hear. Whether you’re a personal trainer, coach, or a dad/mom looking for advice to help your son/daughter excel athletically, this is the podcast to listen too. The guy doing the intro/outro does a pretty good job too.

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