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Strength and Conditioning Journal is the professional journal of the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). The purpose "SCJ Podcasts" is to highlight current topics in the journal related to the field of strength and conditioning. The NSCA and SCJ are committed to the mission of integrating the practical experience of professionals in our field with evidence-based research to provide practitioners with the most accurate information available. The "SCJ Podcasts" will be a ver ...
 
Save time, become a better coach and learn from proven experts with our weekly in-depth expert interviews. This podcast is practical, structured and time efficient – you will stay on-top of your continuing education each and every week with minimal time invested. Bottom line: our listeners get some serious ROI on their time spent listening. So what are you waiting for? Subscribe now and starting pumping up those knowledge gains.
 
Scott Shetler brings his 20+ years of being an entrepreneur in the health, fitness and strength & conditioning industry to this show. As a plant-based strength enthusiast and student of the martial arts, Scott covers a wide variety of topics relating to strength and health, through his personal experience and from the experiences of his guests. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/strength-and-health/support
 
The Performance Podcast is a weekly one-of-a-kind Strength, Conditioning, Training, Fitness, and Performance Podcast hosted by Wil Fleming and Coach Dos! Each week we have interviews with some of the top strength and conditioning coaches in the country as well as a 1 on 1 talk with legendary strength coach Robert Dos Remedios (Coach Dos)
 
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Dr. Brian Gearity previews the article “Enriching Selves in Strength and Conditioning Society: A Multilevel Proposal to Enhance Strength and Conditioning Psychosocial Practice as Part of the Council on Accreditation of Strength and Conditioning Education” which appears in the April 2021 issue of Strength and Conditioning Journal.…
 
Dr. Chris Bishop discusses his article, “Interlimb Asymmetries: Are Thresholds a Usable Concept” which appears in the February 2021 issue of Strength and Conditioning Journal and how coaches should use interlimb asymmetries to monitor athletes.Door Ben Reuter, SCJ Podcast Editor
 
Dr. David LaPlaca discusses the article “Health Ramifications of Smart Devices” which appears in the June 2020 issue of Strength and Conditioning Journal. Dr. Laplaca discusses the potential risks of smart devices and how strength and conditioning professionals can limit those risks.Door Ben Reuter, SCJ Podcast Editor
 
Dr. Morey Kolber discusses the article “Stem Cell Injections for Musculoskeletal Pathology: An Overview for the Sports Medicine Professional” which appears in the December 2019 issue of Strength and Conditioning Journal.Door Ben Reuter, SCJ Podcast Editor
 
In this episode I share some of my thoughts on documentary that recently broke the internet, The Game Changers. The Game Changers is a documentary that for the most part highlights the accomplishments of elite athletes who are following a plant-based diet. It does talk about some of the environmental and health issues associated with plant-based di…
 
In this episode I talk with Andy Lally. Andy is a professional race car driver, unapologetic vegan, skateboarding and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu enthusiast, and recently received his brown belt from his BJJ professor Paul Creighton. Andy and I talk about his background, how he got started in racing, how long he's been driving professionally, why he gave u…
 
On today's episode we have Anthony Renna, author of Be Like the Best: A Guide to Reaching the Top in the Fitness Profession. Anthony is the host of the Strength Coach Podcast and co-owner of Strengthcoach.com. In this episode he shares the process of writing this monumental book and the things he has learned from interviewing the best coaches in st…
 
On this episode I interview collegiate track and field coach, 14x nationals pole vault qualifier Jeff Coover (also one of my best friends) about... How to sprint faster. Why the only way to run faster is to run fast. What transfers from the weightroom to the track. This is a great episode, check it out!…
 
Drew Nutter discusses his article “Considerations for Coaching Athletes With Prosthetic Limbs for Transtibial and Transfemoral Amputations” which appears in the October 2019 issue of Strength and Conditioning Journal and provides recommendations for working with athletes with prosthetics.Door Ben Reuter, SCJ Podcast Editor
 
In the coach Dos segment we talk about the fallacy of a big 3 and particularly only using those movements to train your athletes. This is a good one! This week I interview Jimmy Duke of Lift For Life Weightlifting, a non-profit program for at risk youths in St. Louis. Jimmy is the coach of multiple international team members and an incredible coach…
 
On this special podcast I go it alone and answer listener questions: Should you program for yourself? Why you must be doing the jerk. An easy way to use VBT and a rant on my biggest pet peeves.
 
On this episode I talk with hall of fame guest, Mike McKenna. We talk about how to peak for a meet, how to be prepared for anything during a meet, and how to do a transition phase after a meet. With Coach Dos, I ask him about training in multiple planes and why so many programs forget to do it.
 
In this episode I follow up on a recent social media post I made concerning the topic of training frequency. Here is the post for reference: On the topic of training frequency, most people tend to believe more is better, but that is not the case. You can only improve when you are able to fully recover from the training session. All forms of stress …
 
On this episode I interview Tom Morris from Indiana University. Tom was one of my collegiate strength coaches, and 7 years ago he was in a catastrophic bike accident. He tells us how he overcame that tremendous adversity to now lead the strength department of a Power 5 school. In the Coach Dos segment we talk about, lifting on game day, designing c…
 
We're back. I fill you in on the plans for the podcast going forward. I share the new format that starts next week. I interview Doug Ballard, an old school renaissance strength athlete. Hear about his beginnings in powerlifting, how he ended up in sumo wrestling, highland games and weightlifting. This episode is brought to you by www.wilfleming.com…
 
Tom Cormier discusses his article “Exercise Programming for Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease” which appears in the August 2019 issue of Strength and Conditioning Journal. Mr. Cormier explains what nonalcoholic fatty liver disease is and what strength and conditioning professionals can do to help clients with this disease.…
 
In this episode I talk with my colleague and good friend Michael Croghan, owner of Periodized Performance. Show Notes: -Michael's background -Getting started in the fitness / strength and conditioning industry -The pros and cons of social media -The science of strength training -Is higher education important? -Training and conditioning for BJJ and …
 
In this episode I discuss how to manage the volume and intensity of a martial artist's strength and conditioning program. Show notes: The martial arts training is the primary training Strength and conditioning should enhance your martial arts training, not take away from it Determining an athlete's "web" of physical qualities Assessing the athlete …
 
In this episode I recap my visit this past weekend to Columbus, Ohio for the 30th Arnold Sports Festival. Show Notes: -My first visits to the Arnold since 1998 -Participating in the first-ever Arnold Kettlebell Sport Competition in 2009 -Visiting Westside Barbell -Seeing the strongman Hussafel Stone event -How the fitness expo has evolved over the …
 
This episode is in response to a question I received recently on one of my YouTube videos. The question asked when the best time of the day was to do strength training. This was in regard to a video I posted on a strength training exercise for Brazilian Jiu Jitsu players, but I made this podcast a little more general going over a few different scen…
 
In this episode I talk about the importance of sets, reps and monitoring the total volume of your training sessions based on your strength goals. Show Notes: The three methods of developing muscular tension according to Zatsiorsky Using Prilipen's chart to monitor training volume A general overview of repetition ranges and their training response T…
 
In this episode I talk about the king of all exercises, the bench press! I mainly focus on some of the criticisms of this exercise and discuss whether or not those criticisms are warranted. Show Notes: There are no bad exercises, only bad applications You cannot say an exercise is contraindicated UNTIL you've qualified the athlete or client Common …
 
We answer questions from you all like: Why Muscle Snatches are awesome, Micro-Dosing training for performance, training hamstrings for performance. And more! We are brought to you by the NSPA, learn more at www.nspa.org
 
In this episode I share some of my thoughts on the business side of the fitness industry. I have been in this industry for over 20 years now and still feel like I'm a newbie just getting started. Show notes:-Determining your "why"-#1 greatest lesson I've learned is "No one cares about YOU!"-Various opportunities for work in the industry-What to loo…
 
Dr. Brian Gearity discusses the upcoming Sociology of Strength and Conditioning Special Topic Issue which appears in the December 2018 issue of Strength and Conditioning Journal. Dr. Gearity explains what sport sociology is, and why an understanding of sociology is important for strength and conditioning professionals.…
 
We are back and Brought to you by the NSPA. Learn more at www.nspa.org. On this one Dos and I talk about how to design effective complexes and combos and what the difference between the two actually is.
 
In this episode I discuss my thoughts on nutrition, something I hate talking about but am finally giving in to all the questions I've received about it and my vegan diet.Show Notes:-Why I adopted a vegan diet-The health benefits I've experienced since going plant-based-The vegan protein myth-Why if you eat enough calories from whole food sources to…
 
In this episode I respond to a question I received from David Denk. David asked if I could cover some of the differences in the training of my strikers and grapplers.Show notes:-The athlete's "wheel" of conditioning-GPP and SPP for athletes-Importance of assessing the athlete regularly-Differences in training approaches are due more to the individu…
 
In this episode my good friend Zack (aka The Vegan Legend) joins the show to talk about his wrestling career and being a vegan athlete.Show notes:-Zack's introduction to the sport of wrestling-The mental toughness required to train and compete at a high level-How training in judo enhanced his wrestling performance-The role strength and conditioning…
 
In this episode I discuss the general physical preparation (GPP) of combative athletes. GPP is the development that occurs through the non-specific training methods of sport preparation. Things like cardiovascular conditioning, lifting weights, stretching and mobility exercise are all examples of an athlete's GPP. I also provide information for the…
 
In this episode I discuss the importance of strength and power training for endurance athletes and enthusiasts. Most of the literature I've seen regarding performance enhancement for runners, cyclists, swimmers and triathletes has focused on the improvement in VO2 max with little, if any, focus on strength and power training.Show notes:-Why strengt…
 
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