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168: Jason Hettler - Strength, Power, and Speed Development for Elite Track and Sport Athletes

This episodes guest is Jason Hettler from Altis.

Jason is the Lead Strength & Power Coach at ALTIS. He holds his BSc. Exercise Science from Grand Valley State University. Jasin's previous experience includes work within the Olympic Strength & Conditioning department at Western Michigan University. Join the conversation with Jason via Twitter (@jhettler24) or his website Hettler Performance.

 

On this episode Jason and I discuss:

  • Jasons Background and Influences
  • What are the good and not so good things that Jason currently see's with the physical preparation profession, and what solutions would he offer for the not so good things he is seeing
  • Jasons training philosohpy for elite track athletes
  • Jason discusses the how the use of Zonal Intensities within the strength and power training of the athletes at Altis are used and how the zones of intensities are matched up with compatible training components from the track
  • Jason shares with us the training system his utilizes at Altis and gives us an indepth insight into the micro and mesocycle (introduction, exploration, stabilization) set up utilized at Altis
  • Jason gives us his thoughts on hypertrophy training for track athletes
  • Jason and discusses the importance of executing isometric and eccentric muscular regimes within the weight room
  • Jason discusses the differences in his coaching style when it comes to coaching speed development with team sport athletes vs elite sprinters
  • Jason gives us an insight as to why they utilize the hanging-band technique at Altis
  • Jason gives us his thoughts on Olympic lifting variations with track athletes
  • Jason tells us how they applied some of Frans Bosch's concepts into the training schemes of their athletes
  • Jason discusses how he structures his weight room warm ups for the athletes after they come from a track session
  • Jason shares with us his thoughts on the main differences in the weight room between male and female athletes 
  • Jason discusses how the concept of - projection, rhythm, and rise really helped him develop as a sprint coach
  • Jason fills us in on how they are utilizing the 1080 sprint at Altis and where it fits into their athletes training programs
  • Jason and I discuss common differences seen between track and team-sports athletes acceleration profiles, as well as the difference between male and female track athletes acceleration profile
  • Jason shares with us his biggest lessons he has learned so far in his career and life
  • Jason shares his top resources
  • Jason gives us his top advice to all the listeners
  • And if Jason could invite 5 people to dinner, dead or alive, who would he invite and why?

This was an outstanding episode and I hope you all enjoy it as much as we did!

Stay Strong,

RB

 

Show Notes:

Altis

Jasons Website

Jasons Articles on Altis

Jasons Articles on SimpliFaster

Jasons Twitter

Jasons Facebook

Altis 360

Altis Foundation Coaching Course

Altis ACP/PTP

Matt Jordons Mentorship

 

ISI Symposium 

Click here for the full details of the 2018 ISI Symposium. Use the code ISI50 to get a €50 discount code when you sign up for the event. 

 

Show Sponsors:

Ultimate Performance Online Mentoship

To get INSTANT ACCESS to almost 20 hours of World Class online video Strength and Conditioning Information go to upmentorship.com

Altis

Altis 360

Altis Foundation Course

 

Ultimate Athlete Concepts

Ultimate Athlete Concepts is a multi faceted company, providing the most sophisticated scientific material in sport science. UAC is the worlds leading resource for translated sport preparation educational material. 

 

National Sports Performance Association

Certified Program Design Specialist

Certified Speed and Agility Coach

Cerfitied Weightlifting Performance Coach

Certified Sports Nutrition Coach

 

Athletes Acceleration

Complete Warm Up

Complete Speed Training

Complete Speed Games

Complete Jumps Training

Complete Olympic Lifting

Complete Guide to Training the Female Athlete

Complete Core

Complete Sports Conditioning 

Complete Sports Nutrition

Complete Program Design

Sports Camp Empire

 

Patreon

Help support the podcast by becoming a Patreon to the show here - Patreon 

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Episode 167: Mike Tuchscherer - Overcoming the limiting factors of maximum strength development, the Bondarchuk system for powerlifting, and much more!

This episodes guest is Mike Tuchscherer.

Mike is back on for a third time on the ATSW podcast. 

Mike has previously been on thepodcast in episodes 57 and 113

On this episode Mike and I discuss:

  • My Masters physiology essay assignment titled - "The physiological adaptations and determinants of maximum strength development in powerlifers"
  • I ask Mike for his input and his thoughts around the determinants of maximum strength development and how one would try to overcome these limiting factors 
  • Here we speak about - Intra and intermuscular coordination, neural inhibition, stretch-shorthening-cycle (SSC), hypertrophy, nutrition, drugs, and programming
  • Mike gets into an extensive indepth discussion on how he has utilized Dr. Bondarchuk's training system with his powerlifting athletes 
  • Mike talks about how the human organism is a non-linear entity and this impacts adaptation
  • Mike discusses the responder types he has seen with using this Bondarchuk model
  • Mike tells us his thoughts on using a Bondarchuk approach with a beginner
  • Mike talks about Liz Craven's experience using the Bondurchuk Model
  • Mike discusses how he designs his "wash-out/ pivot blocks" within this system
  • Mike tells us how he programs Bondurchuks four exercise classifications within the mircocycle
  • Mike talks about how important it is to build trust with your athletes
  • What resources was Mike looking into at the time of this recording

 

This was an outstanding episode and I hope you all enjoy it as much as we did!

Stay Strong,

RB

 

Show Notes:

Mikes Website - Reactive Training Systems

RTS Classroom

RTS Facebook 

RTS Twitter

RTS Podcast

RTS YouTube

Sigma Nutrition Radio

Kabuki Podcast

Hmmr Media Radio

 

ISI Symposium 

Click here for the full details of the 2018 ISI Symposium. Use the code ISI50 to get a €50 discount code when you sign up for the event. 

 

Show Sponsors:

Ultimate Performance Online Mentoship

To get INSTANT ACCESS to almost 20 hours of World Class online video Strength and Conditioning Information go to upmentorship.com

Altis

Altis 360

Altis Foundation Course

 

Ultimate Athlete Concepts

Ultimate Athlete Concepts is a multi faceted company, providing the most sophisticated scientific material in sport science. UAC is the worlds leading resource for translated sport preparation educational material. 

 

National Sports Performance Association

Certified Program Design Specialist

Certified Speed and Agility Coach

Cerfitied Weightlifting Performance Coach

Certified Sports Nutrition Coach

 

Athletes Acceleration

Complete Warm Up

Complete Speed Training

Complete Speed Games

Complete Jumps Training

Complete Olympic Lifting

Complete Guide to Training the Female Athlete

Complete Core

Complete Sports Conditioning 

Complete Sports Nutrition

Complete Program Design

Sports Camp Empire

 

Patreon

Help support the podcast by becoming a Patreon to the show here - Patreon 

 

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Episode 166: Pat Davidson - MASS 2 - Judgement Day - Part 3

And we're BACK!!!! 

Pat and I are back with Part 3 in our MASS 2 series. 

You can check out Part 1 - here and Part 2 - here.

On this episode Pat and I discuss:

  • Pat continues to tell us about his China trip - "Don't you wanna get on the Plane" - Too Funny
  • Pat talks about " The reckoning seminar" he did with Bill Hartman and Doug Kechijian at Mike Ranfones facility
  • We briefly talk about the importance of having contingency plans
  • Pat discusses the connection between Jacksonian disillusion, polyvagul theory, and increasing Rate Pressure Product
  • Pat speaks about the importance of the environment in optimizing size and strength gains
  • Pat and I discuss how time is a very powerful constraint that can be manipulated within the training process
  • Pat and I discuss the need to increase specific training volume as ones career progresses

 

This was an outstanding episode and I hope you all enjoy it as much as we did!

Stay Strong,

RB

 

Show Notes:

Pat's Website

MASS 2

Pat's Facebook

The Reckoning

 

ISI Symposium 

Click here for the full details of the 2018 ISI Symposium. Use the code ISI50 to get a €50 discount code when you sign up for the event. 

 

Show Sponsors:

Ultimate Performance Online Mentoship

To get INSTANT ACCESS to almost 20 hours of World Class online video Strength and Conditioning Information go to upmentorship.com

Altis

Altis 360

Altis Foundation Course

 

Ultimate Athlete Concepts

Ultimate Athlete Concepts is a multi faceted company, providing the most sophisticated scientific material in sport science. UAC is the worlds leading resource for translated sport preparation educational material. 

 

National Sports Performance Association

Certified Program Design Specialist

Certified Speed and Agility Coach

Cerfitied Weightlifting Performance Coach

Certified Sports Nutrition Coach

 

Athletes Acceleration

Complete Warm Up

Complete Speed Training

Complete Speed Games

Complete Jumps Training

Complete Olympic Lifting

Complete Guide to Training the Female Athlete

Complete Core

Complete Sports Conditioning 

Complete Sports Nutrition

Complete Program Design

Sports Camp Empire

 

Patreon

Help support the podcast by becoming a Patreon to the show here - Patreon 

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Episode 165: Paul Comfort - Research, Sport Science, and Olympic Lifting Variations for Sports Performance

This episodes guest is Dr. Paul Comfort from the University or Salford Manchester. 

Paul is the programme leader for the MSc Strength and Conditioning at Salford. While at the University his roles have included Head of Sports Science Support for Salford City Reds Rugby League Football Club (2008-2012), co-ordination of the Strength and Conditioning for England Men's Lacrosse (2008-2012), and he currently co-ordinates the sports science support for Sale Sharks RFU as part of their partnership with the University.

 

On this episode Paul and I discuss:

  • Paul's background
  • Paul's Influences 
  • What are the good and not so good things that Paul currently see's with the physical preparation and sports science professions, and what solutions would he offer for the not so good things he is seeing
  • Paul and I discuss about his recent book "Advanced Techniques in Strength and Conditioning" that he co-edited with Anthony Turner. Why they decided to take on such project?
  • Paul and I discuss about his research around the use of Olympic lifting variations within the physical preparation of athletes
  • Paul gives us his thoughts on how research with the sport science and strength and conditioning profession could be improved going forward
  • Paul gives us a detail overview of how one should review and study published research
  • Paul shares with us his biggest lessons he has learned so far in his career and life
  • Paul shares his top resources
  • Paul gives us his top advice to all the listeners

 

This was an outstanding episode and I hope you all enjoy it as much as we did!

Stay Strong,

RB

 

Show Notes:

Paul's Bio

Paul's Twitter Handle

 

ISI Symposium 

Click here for the full details of the 2018 ISI Symposium. Use the code ISI50 to get a €50 discount code when you sign up for the event. 

 

Show Sponsors:

Ultimate Performance Online Mentoship

To get INSTANT ACCESS to almost 20 hours of World Class online video Strength and Conditioning Information go to upmentorship.com

Altis

Altis 360

Altis Foundation Course

 

Ultimate Athlete Concepts

Ultimate Athlete Concepts is a multi faceted company, providing the most sophisticated scientific material in sport science. UAC is the worlds leading resource for translated sport preparation educational material. 

 

National Sports Performance Association

Certified Program Design Specialist

Certified Speed and Agility Coach

Cerfitied Weightlifting Performance Coach

Certified Sports Nutrition Coach

 

Athletes Acceleration

Complete Warm Up

Complete Speed Training

Complete Speed Games

Complete Jumps Training

Complete Olympic Lifting

Complete Guide to Training the Female Athlete

Complete Core

Complete Sports Conditioning 

Complete Sports Nutrition

Complete Program Design

Sports Camp Empire

 

Patreon

Help support the podcast by becoming a Patreon to the show here - Patreon 

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Episode 164: Ben Esgro - Training, nutrition, education and life!

This episodes guest is Ben Esgro from DeNovo Nutrition.

Ben is the founder and CEO of De Novo Nutrition. The company has both consulting and supplement branches, based on objective science and ethical practice. Ben is a registered dietitian (RD), as well as having a Masters in Nutrition and Exercise Science (MS) from Marywood University. He has over 6 years experience of coaching and programming for individuals all the way from general population folks all the way up to elite competitors, such as IPF Worlds 2015 93kg silver medalist Layne Norton. In addition to being a highly-regarded coach, he is also an accomplished competitor as both a USBF Pro Qualified Natural Bodybuilder and an internationally qualified IPF powerlifter.

 

On this episode Ben and I discuss:

  • Ben's background
  • Ben's influences 
  • Ben and I discuss how exactly dietary supplements are made
  • What are the good and not so good things that Ben currently see's with the physical preparation and nutrition professions, and what solutions would he offer for the not so good things he is seeing
  • Ben shares with us his training and nutrition philosohpies
  • Ben shares with us his training and nutrition systems  
  • Ben discusses how he decides on his prescription of volumes, intensities, frequencies and RPEs when working with strength-based athletes
  • Ben tells why Dr. Mike Zourdos has been his biggest influence on his programming philosophy
  • Ben talks about his periodization schemes with his strength athletes 
  • Ben tells us why he decided to go back to college and persue a masters in pharmocology 
  • Ben discusses how he found his introduction into his masters program
  • Ben and I share some thoughts on how we learn
  • Ben shares with us his biggest lessons he has learned so far in his career and life
  • Ben shares his top resources
  • Ben gives us his top advice to all the listeners
  • Ben tells us what current books he was reading at the time of this interview
  • And if Ben could invite 5 people to dinner, dead or alive, who would he invite and why?

 

This was an outstanding episode and I hope you all enjoy it as much as we did!

Stay Strong,

RB

 

Show Notes:

DeNovo Nutrition Website

Ben's Facebook 

 

ISI Symposium 

Click here for the full details of the 2018 ISI Symposium. Use the code ISI50 to get a €50 discount code when you sign up for the event. 

 

Show Sponsors:

Ultimate Performance Online Mentoship

To get INSTANT ACCESS to almost 20 hours of World Class online video Strength and Conditioning Information go to upmentorship.com

Altis

Altis 360

Altis Foundation Course

 

Ultimate Athlete Concepts

Ultimate Athlete Concepts is a multi faceted company, providing the most sophisticated scientific material in sport science. UAC is the worlds leading resource for translated sport preparation educational material. 

 

National Sports Performance Association

Certified Program Design Specialist

Certified Speed and Agility Coach

Cerfitied Weightlifting Performance Coach

Certified Sports Nutrition Coach

 

Athletes Acceleration

Complete Warm Up

Complete Speed Training

Complete Speed Games

Complete Jumps Training

Complete Olympic Lifting

Complete Guide to Training the Female Athlete

Complete Core

Complete Sports Conditioning 

Complete Sports Nutrition

Complete Program Design

Sports Camp Empire

 

Patreon

Help support the podcast by becoming a Patreon to the show here - Patreon 

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Episode 163: James Smith - Sports Preparatory Engineering

Sports performance consultant James Smith from Global Sport Concepts is back on with me for his monthly interview on the ATSW podcast.

On this episode James discusses the topic of sports preparatory engineering. This is a topic which James covers indepth in his book "The Governing Dynamics of Coaching".

As always this was another excellent episode with James. 

Probably one of my favorites to date to be honest.

Enjoy my friends.

Stay Strong,

RB

 

Show Notes:

You can connect with James for consulting services here.

James' outstanding books can be found here also.

James Website

James Twitter

 

ISI Symposium 

Click here for the full details of the 2018 ISI Symposium. Use the code ISI50 to get a €50 discount code when you sign up for the event. 

 

Show Sponsors:

Ultimate Performance Online Mentoship

To get INSTANT ACCESS to almost 20 hours of World Class online video Strength and Conditioning Information go to upmentorship.com

Altis

Altis 360

Altis Foundation Course

National Sports Performance Association

Certified Program Design Specialist

Certified Speed and Agility Coach

Cerfitied Weightlifting Performance Coach

Certified Sports Nutrition Coach

 

Athletes Acceleration

Complete Speed Training

Complete Speed Games

Complete Jumps Training

Complete Olympic Lifting

Complete Guide to Training the Female Athlete

Complete Core

Complete Sports Conditioning 

Complete Sports Nutrition

Complete Program Design

Sports Camp Empire

 

Patreon

Help support the podcast by becoming a Patreon to the show here - Patreon 

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Episode 162: Dan Fichter - The Ultimate Sports Performance Innovator!

This episodes guest is Coach Dan Fichter from wanna get fast.

Dan Fichter owns and operates WannaGetFast Power/Speed Training, a sports performance training business in Rochester, NY and Tampa, FL that offers training to elite athletes. Fichter's clients have included pro hockey players, Olympic track and field athletes, pro baseball players, and MMA fighters, as well as coaching athletes in all sports from all over the country.  Dan is also in two different Halls of Fame for his own athletic prowess in football.

 

On this episode Dan and I discuss:

  • Dans background
  • Dan share with us his other personal and professional influences - such as Dr. Jack Kruse, Jay Schroeder, Mel Siff, Louie Simmons, Charlie Francis, Douglas Heel, and the infamous DB Hammer
  • What are the good and not so good things that Dan currently see's with the physical preparation profession, and what solutions would he offer for the not so good things he is seeing
  • Dan shares with us his training philosohpy - which is "train the brain" and "learn to accept force"
  • Dan gives us an indepth insight into his training system 
  • Dan shares with us the story of when Louie Simmons came to his facility to help him with some rehabilitation 
  • Dan talks about the importance of contralateral movements for brain health
  • Dan shares with us his jump assessment protocol to see how well an athlete can accept and express force
  • Dan and I discuss some of the concepts around the nervous system and endocrine system adaptations with trainig and how these adapatations influence planning and periodization
  • Dan takes us through how he would design a 12 week program for a hypothetical high level American Football player
  • Dan discusses the role that isometrics play with his training system
  • Dan speaks about how he incorporates vision training into his training system
  • Dan shares with us how he uses isometrics and vision training simultaneous within his programs
  • Dan discusses how he tries to respects circadian rhythms within his training programs
  • Dan and I discuss how strength as a bio-motor quality can be enhanced through many means - not just from weight training
  • Dan talks about how using extremely slow movements can enhance motor learning
  • Dan speaks about how he uses color stimulation through the eyes to enhance athletic preparation
  • Dan shares his top resources
  • Dan gives us his top advice to all the listeners
  • And Finally, if Dan could invite 5 people to dinner, dead or alive, who would he invite and why?

 

This was an outstanding episode and I hope you all enjoy it as much as we did!

Stay Strong,

RB

 

Show Notes:

Dans Website - wannagetfast.com

Dans Facebook

Dans Videos with Chris Korfish

 

Show Sponsors:

Ultimate Performance Online Mentoship

To get INSTANT ACCESS to almost 20 hours of World Class online video Strength and Conditioning Information go to upmentorship.com

Altis

Altis 360

Altis Foundation Course

 

Ultimate Athlete Concepts

Ultimate Athlete Concepts is a multi faceted company, providing the most sophisticated scientific material in sport science. UAC is the worlds leading resource for translated sport preparation educational material. 

 

National Sports Performance Association

Certified Program Design Specialist

Certified Speed and Agility Coach

Cerfitied Weightlifting Performance Coach

Certified Sports Nutrition Coach

 

Athletes Acceleration

Complete Warm Up

Complete Speed Training

Complete Speed Games

Complete Jumps Training

Complete Olympic Lifting

Complete Guide to Training the Female Athlete

Complete Core

Complete Sports Conditioning 

Complete Sports Nutrition

Complete Program Design

Sports Camp Empire

 

Patreon

Help support the podcast by becoming a Patreon to the show here - Patreon 

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Episode 161: Jonas Dodoo - All Things Speed Development

This episodes guest is Jonas Dodoo from Speed Works.

Jonas developed as a coach through his passion for speed and power and was lucky enough to be under the tutelage of Master Coach Dan Pfaff for four years.

Jonas has worked with many elite performers across a range of sports but with his main successors and main role within Track and Field.

Jonas currently has an Elite Group of Sprinters based out of the National Institute at Loughborough and he is also currently Consulting at Premiership and Championship Football and Rugby clubs working with their staff and first team players.

 

On this episode Jonas and I discuss:

  • Jonas' background
  • Jonas and I discuss his about his experience being mentored under Dan Pfaff for more the 4 years
  • Jonas share with us his other personal and professional influences
  • What are the good and not so good things that Jonas currently see's with the physical preparation and sports medicine professions, and what solutions would he offer for the not so good things he is seeing
  • Jonas gives us an indepth breakdown on how he develops acceleration and maximum velocity with both track and field and team based athletes - Here Jonas overviews his technical model, common mistakes that he sees, corrective strategies he might apply, his programming of volumes and intensities, and his thoughts on general physical preparation training in the supportive process for making athletes faster (i.e. strength and power training methiods)
  • Jonas describes his assessment protocol for getting an insight into an athletes physical capacity profile
  • Jonas and I discuss the difference in the technical models of pusher vs pullers, and how this may impact how you coach the athletes within these very general classifications - Here I ask Jonas about his thoughts on using front-side mechanic dominant drills with back-side dominant sprints (i.e. pushers)
  • Jonas gives us his thoughts on speed endurance development
  • Jonas tells us his strategy for working on an athletes and strengths and weaknesses
  • Jonas gives us some insight into his programming,organization and periodization of his training cycles with his athletes
  • Jonas shares with us his biggest lessons he has learned so far in his career and life
  • Jonas shares his top resources
  • Jonas gives us his top advice to all the listeners
  • And Finally, if Jonas could invite 5 people to dinner, dead or alive, who would he invite and why?

 

This was an outstanding episode and I hope you all enjoy it as much as we did!

Stay Strong,

RB

 

Show Notes:

Speed Works

Jonas Facebook

Jonas Twitter

 

Show Sponsors:

Ultimate Performance Online Mentoship

To get INSTANT ACCESS to almost 20 hours of World Class online video Strength and Conditioning Information go to upmentorship.com

Altis

Altis 360

Altis Foundation Course

 

Ultimate Athlete Concepts

Ultimate Athlete Concepts is a multi faceted company, providing the most sophisticated scientific material in sport science. UAC is the worlds leading resource for translated sport preparation educational material. 

 

National Sports Performance Association

Certified Program Design Specialist

Certified Speed and Agility Coach

Cerfitied Weightlifting Performance Coach

Certified Sports Nutrition Coach

 

Athletes Acceleration

Complete Warm Up

Complete Speed Training

Complete Speed Games

Complete Jumps Training

Complete Olympic Lifting

Complete Guide to Training the Female Athlete

Complete Core

Complete Sports Conditioning 

Complete Sports Nutrition

Complete Program Design

Sports Camp Empire

 

Patreon

Help support the podcast by becoming a Patreon to the show here - Patreon 

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Episode 160: Pat Davidson - MASS 2 - Judgement Day - Part 2

And we're BACK!!!! 

Pat and I are back with Part 2 in our MASS 2 series. 

You can check out Part 1 - here.

On this episode Pat and I discuss:

  • Whats new with Pat
  • We talk about Pat's trip to China at the end of last year - this is a must listen!
  • We get into Pat's top 7 piece's of advice to maximize mTOR upreguation in the quest to gain as much muscle and strength as possible
  • We discuss concentric vs eccentric hypertrophy adpatations to the heart and how MASS 2 could potentially lead to an increase in both and thus incesase the hearts rate pressure product

 

This was an outstanding episode and I hope you all enjoy it as much as we did!

Stay Strong,

RB

 

Show Notes:

MASS 2

Pat's Facebook

 

Show Sponsors:

Ultimate Performance Online Mentoship

To get INSTANT ACCESS to almost 20 hours of World Class online video Strength and Conditioning Information go to upmentorship.com

Altis

Altis 360

Altis Foundation Course

National Sports Performance Association

Certified Program Design Specialist

Certified Speed and Agility Coach

Cerfitied Weightlifting Performance Coach

Certified Sports Nutrition Coach

 

Athletes Acceleration

Complete Speed Training

Complete Speed Games

Complete Jumps Training

Complete Olympic Lifting

Complete Guide to Training the Female Athlete

Complete Core

Complete Sports Conditioning 

Complete Sports Nutrition

Complete Program Design

Sports Camp Empire

 

Patreon

Help support the podcast by becoming a Patreon to the show here - Patreon 

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Episode 159: James Smith - Are Mentors Necessary?

Sports performance consultant James Smith from Global Sport Concepts is back on with me for his monthly interview on the ATSW podcast.

On this episode James discusses the concept of mentoring. 

I personally asked James to speak about this topic as I feel he has some unique views to share. 

As always this was another excellent episode with James. 

Enjoy my friends.

Stay Strong,

RB

 

Show Notes:

You can connect with James for consulting services here.

James' outstanding books can be found here also.

James Website

James Twitter

 

Show Sponsors:

Ultimate Performance Online Mentoship

To get INSTANT ACCESS to almost 20 hours of World Class online video Strength and Conditioning Information go to upmentorship.com

Altis

Altis 360

Altis Foundation Course

National Sports Performance Association

Certified Program Design Specialist

Certified Speed and Agility Coach

Cerfitied Weightlifting Performance Coach

Certified Sports Nutrition Coach

 

Athletes Acceleration

Complete Speed Training

Complete Speed Games

Complete Jumps Training

Complete Olympic Lifting

Complete Guide to Training the Female Athlete

Complete Core

Complete Sports Conditioning 

Complete Sports Nutrition

Complete Program Design

Sports Camp Empire

 

Patreon

Help support the podcast by becoming a Patreon to the show here - Patreon 

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