Episode 114: Eric Helms - Nutritional Hierarchy - Part 1 of 3

This Episodes guest Eric Helms from 3D Muscle Journey.

Eric is a coach, athlete, author, and educator. A trainer since the early 2000’s, he’s worked in the US Air force, commercial gyms, private training studios, medical fitness and strength and conditioning facilities. As a part of 3DMJ he coaches drug free strength and physique competitors at all levels. Eric has competed since the mid 2000’s in natural bodybuilding, unequipped powerlifting and  recently in Olympic lifting. He earned pro status as a natural bodybuilder with the PNBA in 2011 and competes with the IPF at international level events as an unequipped powerlifter.

 
Eric has published multiple peer reviewed articles in exercise science and nutrition journals and writes commerical fitness publications. He has taught undergraduate and graduate level nutrition and exercise science and speaks internationally at academic and commerical conferences for fitness, nutrition and strength and conditioning. Eric has a BSc in Fitness and Wellness , an MSc in Exercise Science, a second MSc in Sports Nutrition , and is a Strength and Conditioning PhD Candidate at AUT in New Zealand.

On this episode Eric and I discussed about his muscle and strength pyramid - nutritional manual.

This episode is Part 1 of a 3-Part series, where we cover the first three levels of Eric's Nutritional Hierarchy - Energy Balance, Macronutrients & Fibre, Micronutrients and Water. 

This was a great episode guys so I hope you all really enjoy it.

Stay Strong,
RB

Show Notes:

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Episode 113: Mike Tuchscherer - Speaks on Training Volume, Psychological Profiling,& Stress & Fatigue Management

On this episode it is with great pleasure to have Mike Tuchscherer back on the podcast.

Mike was previously on the podcast way back in episode 57.

Mike is the owner and head coach at Reactive Training Systems. Mike was the first man from USA powerlifting the win a gold medal at the world games, and he has coached over a dozen competitors at the world championships, a score of national champions, and multiple world record holders.

On the episode Mike and I discussed:

- Whats new at RTS

- Determining Training Volumes and other Outside stressors

- How a Lifters Psychological make-up can determine certain programming factors

- Monitoring stress within training

- Some Program Design questions around Main Lift and Assistance Movements

- And so much more.

This was a great conversion with Mike and I hope you guys enjoy it!

Stay Strong,
RB

 

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Episode 112: Dr. Bryan Mann on Altis, Muscle Physiology & Force, & Stress Monitoring for Athletes

On this episode I am delighted to have Dr. Bryan Mann back on the podcast. Bryan was previously on the show back in episode 91

Bryan is the Assistant Director of Strength and Conditioning at the University of Missouri where he has worked since 2006.

Bryan has many Powerlifting accolades to his name in Raw, Single Ply, and Multiple Ply lifting. 

Bryan is also a researcher and author, having written several research publications dealing with the training of Division 1 athletics, specifically Football.

Bryan has written 3 books, Auto-Regulatory Progressive Resistance Exercise (APRE)Developing Explosive Athletes: The Use of Velocity Based Training in Athletes, and The Complete Guide to Powerlifting - which Bryan co-authored with Dan Austin. 

On the episode Bryan and I discussed Brians recent experience at Altis' ACP Mentorship week, muscle physiology of force production, and strategies for monitoring stress with athletes.

 

I hope you guys really enjoy the show.

 

Stay Strong,

RB

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Episode 111: Pat Davidson - All about the Brain!

On this episode I am delighted to have Pat Davidson back onto the podcast.

Pat has a PhD in Exercise Physiology and has previously been a Professor of Exercise Science at Brooklyn College and Springfield College. Pat has an extensive background in Strongman Training, wrestling and Martial Arts. Pat is one of the most intelligent and well read individuals I have had the pleasure to interact with on the show. Pat is one of those rare individuals who realizes that its all connected. To put it simply - Pat "Gets it!"

On this episode Pat and I discussed everything and anything to do with the brain. This has been an area which Pat has been researching indepthly lately.

This was an outstanding episode with Pat and I know you guys will love it!

Stay Strong,
RB

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Episode 110: James “The Thinker” Smith - The Governing Dynamics of Coaching

On this episode it's my pleasure to have James "The Thinker" Smith back on the podcast.

James is a sought after sport and military consultant and owner of GlobalSportsConcepts.net.

On this episode James and I discuss topics centred around his latest book titled "The Governing Dynamics of Coaching - A Unified Field Theory of Sports Preparation"

As always this was an excellent conversion with James and I hope you guys really enjoy it.

Stay Strong,
RB

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Episode 109: Interview with Dan Pfaff - Training Theory, Pedagogy, and being a Generalist

This episodes guest is none other then Coach Dan Pfaff.

Where do I even begin with Dan's Bio? The man is just a legend within the Track and Field and Sports Performance world. He has coached multiple Olympic (9), World (9), and National Medalists. Some of Coach Pfaffs most notable athletes have been/are:

Donovan Bailey - 1996 Mens 100m Olympic Champion

Canada's Mens 4x100 Rely Team - 1996 Olympic Champions

Greg Rutherford - 2012 Mens Long Jump Olympic Champion, 2016 - Mens Long Jump Olympic Bronze,  2014 Mens Long Jump Commonwealth Champion, 2014 & 2016 mens Long Jump European Athletics Champion, and 2015 Mens Long Jump World Champion

Dan is currently the Head coach at Altis, Phoenix, Arizona, in the USA. Previously Dan was one of the Head coaches for team GB for the London 2012 Olympics. 

On this episode Dan and I discussed many topics including:

- Dan's Background & Influences
- The good and not so good that Dan see's with the entire sports performance Profession
- Dan's Training Philosophy - where we discuss - assessment, program design, organization of the training process, the genesis of Dan's 3-Day Rollover, the importance of the microcycle set up
- Dan's take on the Pedagogy of Coaching
- Dan's top advice and resources to all the listeners
- And much more

This was an amazing episode guys.

I hope you all enjoy it!

Stay Strong,
RB

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Episode 108: Interview with David O’Sulliavn

This episode see's a return of Physiotherapist and Strength and Conditioning Coach David O'Sullivan. 

David was previously on the podcast back in May 2015 on Episode 72.

David is currently the clinical director of Prosport Physiotherapy Huddersfield and founder and CEO of ProSport Academy, which is one of the top online Sports Rehabilitation Mentorship courses available. 

David has also previously served as the Head Physiotherapist of the Huddersfield Giants Rugby League Club , Leeds Rhinos and also serve as a head physio with Munster Rugby. For a more in depth look into David's backgroud - click here. 

On this episode David and I discussed: 
- Whats new with David since we last spoke

- Pre-Season Screening
- Hamstring Injuries
- The biggest gaps not being filled by universities with regards to physiotherapy degrees
- ProSport Academy Mentorship
- Pain, the Brain and Performance
- And more

This was another whopper.

Hope you guys enjoy the show.

Stay Strong,
RB

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Episode 107: Interview with Mike Stone - The Godfather of Sport Science!

This episodes guest is none other than Dr. Mike Stone of East Tennessee State University.

Dr. Stone is currently the Exercise and Sports Science Laboratory Director in the Department of KLSS at ETSU. Prior to joining ETSU he was the Head of Sports Physiology for the USOC. From 1999 through 2001he was Chair of Sport at Edinburgh University, Edinburgh, Scotland. Dr. Stone's service and research interests are primarily concerned with physiological and performance adaptations to strength/power training. Dr. Stone is also an adjunct professor at Edith Cowan University in Perth Australia, Edinburgh University, Edinburgh, Scotland, and at the James H. Quillen College of Medicine, (Physiology), School of Medicine, Johnson City, TN.

Dr Stone has 140+publications in reviewed journals and has contributed chapters to several texts in the areas of bioenergetics, nutrition, and strength/power training.Additionally, he has co-authored two textbooks dealing with strength and conditioning. Dr. Stone was the 1991 NSCA Sports Scientist of the Year and was awarded the NSCA Lifetime Achievement Award in 2000. He is a Fellow of the UKSCA and NSCA. He has coached several international and national level weightlifters (including one Olympian) and throwers in both the United States and Great Britain.

On the episode Dr. Stone and I discussed:

- Mikes Background and Influences 

- The good and not so good things that Mike currently see's within Sport Science

- What excites Mike most about sport science currently

- We discuss Programming and Periodization

- The importance of Training Residuals

- The Transfer of Training

- Training Compatibility of physical qualities  

- Fibre Type Transitions that can occur in Training

- The balance between training specificity and variation to attain optimal performance

- Hypertrophy effects on speed development

- Mikes thoughts on Frans Bosch’s work on strength training and motor learning


This was a beauty guys! 

Enjoy!

Stay Strong,

RB

 

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Episode 106: Interview with David Joyce - Injury Risk Profiling and Pain and Performance

This episodes guest is David Joyce who is the Head of Integrated High Performance at the GWS Giants in the AFL in Australia. 

David is also the co-author with Dan Lewindon of two of the most popular sports performance and rehabilitation books to be publish in recent years - High Performance Training for Sports and Sports Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation.

On this episode David and I discuss:

- Davids Background and Influences
- The good and not so good things that David is currently seeing with the professions of Physical Preparation and sports rehabilitation
- We get into a deep discussion about the two chapters that David co-wrote with Dan Lewindon about injury risk profiling and the and David Butler on Pain and Performance
- David also parts with his top advice to all the listeners

This was an awesome episode with Joycie.

Hope you guys enjoy it.

Stay Strong,
RB

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Episode 105: Interview with Pat Davidson - Part 3 - Biggest Lessons Learned,Top Advice and More

Hey everyone welcome back to the third and final part to my interview with Pat Davidson.

If you haven't listened to Parts 1 and 2 - click here for Part 1 and here for Part 2.

On this Final Part of my interview with Pat we discuss:

- What Pat considers to the biggest mistakes that he has learned from so far in his career
- Pat's top advice to all coaches
- And so much more

Enjoy Part 3 guys.

Stay Strong,
RB

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