Youtube Podcast Episodes

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Episode 5: Understanding Results

This episodes dives into the topic of how we understand results and what they actually mean. Results help guide training, but at times they can be misleading. In order to better understand results, we need to try and truly understand how one is actually achieving thee results. The underpinning mechanisms are truly those that drive external results

 

Episode 5: Heterochronicty and the facilitatory process

This episode covers some aspects regarding athletic development and the the interaction between different qualities. Some qualities need to be developed in order to facilitate the adaptive process. Thus, adaptations follow a specific pattern in order for more specific qualities to be expressed.

Episode 4: Isometrics: The Forgotten Muscular Action

This episode will dive into the basics of isometric function and how it influences movement. What may appear simple on the surface, maybe much more complex when sifted through.

Episode 3: Is there such a thing as too strong?

This episode will dive into the commonly talked about “too strong”. Is there really such a thing as being “too strong”, or does it have to do more with too much training directed towards getting stronger. Just to give a hint, no, there is never too strong, but thats not the whole answer. Listen in and I will give you my opinion on the topic.

 

Episode 2: Velocity Based Analysis versus Velocity Based Training

This episode will cover the differences in velocity based training (training at a high velocity) and velocity based analysis (using velocity to better understand your training). As of right now, velocity based training is used interchangeably for both, which may be the root of major confusion. Here is my case for differentiation between the two.

 

 

Episode 1: Early Stage Rate of Force Development

This episode will cover some topic regarding early stage rate of force development, including  muscle slack, tendon stiffness and neural firing rates. References of the specific mentioned studies will be listed in the video discerption.