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Strength, endurance, health and injury rehabilitation advice from host Joe DeLeo, NSCA-CSCS, FMS, SFG I . This is your podcast resource for top notch tips, strategies, information and stories from strength & conditioning, rowing, running and other endurance sports as well as expert information on nutrition, health and wellness that can be applied to everyone from elite athletes to exercise enthusiasts. This podcast will feature interviews with elite and amateur athletes, strength and enduran ...
 
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Sizwe Ndlovu stroked the South African Lightweight Men's Four to Olympic Gold at the 2012 London Olympic Games. He is the first black athlete to win a gold medal in the sport of rowing. He and I discuss his rowing career, how his headmaster Tom Price was instrumental in him taking up and sticking with the sport of rowing, the race in London, and hi…
 
Kris Robertson is the strength and conditioning coach for Rugby Canada and owner of Kris Robertson Training. In this interview Kris and I discuss the pitfalls of chasing greater and greater levels of strength as it relates to sport performance. He shares how he trains his athletes and what program design elements he focuses on to gain improvements …
 
On August 4th, 2020 a massive explosion erupted in the port of Beirut, Lebanon. The training center for the Lebanese Rowing Federation was completely destroyed from the blast. The facility was completely leveled and all rowing equipment is beyond repair. Farah Jaroudi and Rodrigue Ibrahim are rowers and coaches from the Lebanese Rowing Federation w…
 
Kyra Edwards has raced for Great Britain at the junior, U23 and senior levels, and has won junior silver and U23 bronze World Championships medals. She has a degree in statistics from UCLA and is training for the 2021 Tokyo Olympic Games. In this interview, Kyra and I discuss the similarities and differences between the United States collegiate sys…
 
Alex Wolf spent 15 years working for the English Institute of Sport where he held the positions of Head of Strength and Conditioning and more recently Head of Learning. He spent five years working with the GB Rowing team in preparation for the London 2012 and Rio 2016 Olympic games. We discuss Alex's new book Strength and Conditioning for Rowing as…
 
In this podcast interview Dr. Bryan Mann discusses the history, science, and application of pliometrics. Pliometrics or more commonly known as plyometrics was developed by Dr. Yuri. Verkoshansky. This podcast explains how the name was quite literally, “lost in translation”. Dr. Mann will also discuss applications and some research studies around pl…
 
In this podcast episode I sit down with Dr. Volker Nolte and Dr. Valery Kleshnev to discuss power measurement and biomechanics in the rowing stroke. In Episode 119, I had interviewed Lotte Lintmeijer who presented a new method for power measurement. Dr. Nolte and Dr. Kleshnev wanted to discuss the traditional method of power measurement and share w…
 
In this interview I sit down with Dan Harris, World Class Start Coach for Bath. Dan works on behalf of British Rowing and is responsible for running talent ID testing regularly – to try to identify and recruit more athletes. In addition Dan is instrumental in training his athletes day to day and has been in this role since September 2011. One of th…
 
Matt Fleekop is a Strength & Conditioning Coach for Princeton University. Matt holds a BS in Exercise Science and a Masters Degree in Applied Health Physiology. He has interned at Purdue University and EXOS and earned his masters degree while a GA at Salisbury University. Matt provides great insight into what goes into training multiple sports duri…
 
In this interview I sit down with Kellie Wilkie and we discuss a research journal on rib stress injuries during the Rio Olympiad. Kellie has immense experience in the sport of rowing with massive contributions in both physiotherapy and research literature. Let me take a minute to tell you more about her background. Kellie graduated from the Univers…
 
Subscribe & Review on : Apple Podcasts | Stitcher Giovanni Calabrese has a phenomenal background and story in rowing. He began competing as a lightweight - had great success at that weight class and transitioned to being a heavyweight. His career culminated in world championships in two different weight classes and an bronze medal at the Sydney Oly…
 
Subscribe & Review on : Apple Podcasts | Stitcher Ed McNeely received his Masters Degree in Exercise Physiology from the University of Ottawa in 1994 and has been involved in the strength and conditioning industry for 30 years. He has been a consultant to twenty one Canadian national and professional sports teams and is currently the Strength and C…
 
Subscribe & Review on : Apple Podcasts | Stitcher Theo Pickles is the High Performance Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Netherlands Rowing Team. You may recognize Theo as he was a guest on the podcast way back at the beginning, Episode 30 to be exact. In this interview, Theo and I catch up after our last interview which was four years ago! W…
 
Subscribe & Review on : Apple Podcasts | Stitcher David Young is the strength and conditioning coach for Rowing Australia Women’s Team. David and I sit down to discuss athletic development and how to teach rowing athletes the fundamentals for strength and conditioning who may be brand new to the weight room! We also discuss how he and the Australia…
 
Episode 122 | Ryan Turfrey - High Performance Individualization Subscribe & Review on : Apple Podcasts | Stitcher Ryan Turfrey is the Senior Strength Specialist at High Performance Sport New Zealand and the lead for Rowing New Zealand. In this interview Ryan and I discuss periodization across the calendar year. We also chat about how to individuali…
 
Episode 121 | John Kiely: Periodization Paradigms and Stress Theory Subscribe & Review on : Apple Podcasts | Stitcher Periodization. Strength and conditioning coaches and sport coaches use it to help their athletes progress and adapt - to get stronger, faster, and more powerful. But, what if the foundation of periodization has roots from somewhere …
 
Episode 120 | Erin MCConnell: Injury Rehabilitation in Masters Rowers Subscribe & Review on : Apple Podcasts | Stitcher Masters rowers you are in for a real treat. This interview is for you! I sit down with physical therapist, Erin McConnell to discuss in depth her work with the rowers she sees in the greater Boston area at Spaulding Outpatient Cen…
 
Episode 119 | Lotte Lintemeijer: Power in Rowing Subscribe & Review on : Apple Podcasts | Stitcher In Episode #119 of the LEO Training Podcast, I interview researcher and data scientist Dr. Lotte Lintmeijer. This entire podcast interview is focused power measurement in a rowing shell and the historical measurement for power and Lotte's research reg…
 
Episode 118 | Kate Bertko: From Heavyweight to Lightweight Subscribe & Review on : Apple Podcasts | Stitcher In Episode #118 of the LEO Training Podcast, the 5th and final interview of the lightweight rowing podcast series I interview Stanford Women's Lightweight Coach, Kate Bertko. In the previous episode we heard from Peter Antonie who went from …
 
Episode 117 | Peter Antonie: From Lightweight to Heavyweight Subscribe & Review on : Apple Podcasts | Stitcher In Episode #117 of the LEO Training Podcast, I interview Thomas Keller Medal and Olympic Champion in the Men's Double Scull and Lightweight World Champion, Peter Antonie. First, I want to thank my friend Dan Garbutt for first telling me ab…
 
In Episode #116 of the LEO Training Podcast, I interview world record holder and entrepreneur Juliane Rasmussen. The third interview in our lightweight series is with Juliane Rasmussen. Juliane has a long and storied career and has competed in four olympic games beginning in Athens and through to the Rio Olympic Games. She has earned multiple medal…
 
In Episode #115 of the LEO Training Podcast, I interview my friend Mads Rasmussen, Olympic Champion in the LM2x. In this interview Mads will share the insights of his career in high performance sport all while going through medical school, getting married, and starting a family. If you are looking for insight into how to excel in both sport and lif…
 
In Episode #114 of the LEO Training Podcast, I interview triple olympic gold medalist Eskild Ebbessen. Eskild Ebessen won three olympic gold medals, 2 bronze medals, 6x world champion, and 19 world cup gold medals. In 2013 he was awarded the Thomas Keller Medal by World Rowing and named to the Danish Sports Hall of Fame in January 2017. This interv…
 
Episode 113: Lindsay Shoop - Mindset Makes Rhythm Subscribe & Review on : Apple Podcasts | Stitcher In Episode #113 of the LEO Training Podcast, I interview world champion and Olympic Gold Medallist Lindsay Shoop. I sit down with Lindsay Shoop. Lindsay has amassed nearly two decades of coaching and rowing experience through to the Olympic level. Sh…
 
Episode 112| Annie Vernon: Mind Games Subscribe & Review on : Apple Podcasts | Stitcher In Episode #112 of the LEO Training Podcast, I interview world champion and Olympic Silver Medallist Annie Vernon. Annie is the author of the book, Mind Games: Determination, Doubt and Lucky Socks – the psychology of elite athletes . The book aims to show how el…
 
Episode 111: Pat Rufo - DISC Assessment Subscribe & Review on : Apple Podcasts | Stitcher In Episode #111 of the LEO Training Podcast, I interview strength and conditioning and rowing coach, Pat Rufo. Pat’s company, RUFO OPTIMAL WORKOUTS® was established in 2011 to serve as an athletic consulting company for all types of athletes (especially rowers…
 
The Four Year Olympian Episode 110 : Jeremiah Brown The Four Year Olympian Subscribe & Review on : Apple Podcasts | Stitcher In Episode #110 of the LEO Training Podcast, I interview Olympic Silver Medalist Jeremiah Brown In this podcast interview I sit down with 2012 Olympic Silver Medalist from the Canadian Men's 8+, Jeremiah Brown. Jeremiah was g…
 
Phil White - Waterman 2.0 Subscribe & Review on : Apple Podcasts | Stitcher In Episode #109 of the LEO Training Podcast, I interview Phil White. Phil is an emmy-nominated writer and has co-authored the books UnPlugged, Waterman 2.0, and Game Changer with Fergus Connolly. He is also a frequent contributor to The Inertia and SUP the Mag. Waterman 2.0…
 
Phil White - Unplugged Subscribe & Review on : Apple Podcasts | Stitcher In Episode #107 of the LEO Training Podcast, I interview Phil White. Phil is an emmy-nominated writer and has co-authored the books UnPlugged, Waterman 2.0, and Game Changer with Fergus Connolly. He is also a frequent contributor to The Inertia and SUP the Mag. Unplugged will …
 
Get Connected Workshop | The 3 Pillars of Training Subscribe & Review on : Apple Podcasts | Stitcher In Episode #107 of the LEO Training Podcast, I interview Erin Cafaro Mackenzie and Kylie Tullipan. I've teamed up with these two amazing coaches to offer an upcoming workshop for youth rowers that will take place in El Segundo, CA July 20-21. Erin, …
 
Liz Fusco - Rowing Nutrition Principles Subscribe & Review on : Apple Podcasts | Stitcher In Episode #106 of the LEO Training Podcast, I interview Liz Fusco MS, RDN, Sports Performance Dietician for USRowing and Wellness Editor for SCAN Nutrition DPG. Liz received her Bachelors in Dietetics with a minor in Kinesiology at the University of Rhode Isl…
 
Meghan Musnicki is a two time Olympic Gold Medalist and 5x World Champion with the United States Rowing Team. Meghan shares her journey as a two sport athlete in basketball and soccer in middle school and high school to a walk on at Ithaca College. Over the course of Meghan's career in rowing she experienced a lot of success and made it to the podi…
 
LT 104 | Aquil Abdullah - A Midweight's Journey Subscribe & Review on : Apple Podcasts | Stitcher Aquil H. Abdullah won four letters in men’s rowing at GW from 1992-96. Aquil narrowly missed qualifying for the 2000 Summer Olympics at Sydney by .33 of a second. After losing in the 2000 Olympic Trials, Abdullah considered retiring from the sport. Ins…
 
LT 103 | Michael Ranfone - Build Athletes. Make Monsters. Subscribe & Review on : Apple Podcasts | Stitcher Biography Michael Ranfone BS, CSCS, LMT, FRC, ART is the founder and president of Ranfone Training Systems located in Hamden, Connecticut. For the past decade he’s dedicated himself to improving athletes as a performance coach and manual ther…
 
LT 102 | Brett Bartholomew - The Art of Coaching Subscribe & Review on : Apple Podcasts | Stitcher Biography Brett Bartholomew is a strength and conditioning coach, author, adjunct professor, and Founder of the performance coaching and consulting company, The Bridge Human Performance® as well as the coach education platform ArtOfCoaching.com. His e…
 
LT 101 | Jim Joy - Finding Flow in Rowing Subscribe & Review on : Apple Podcasts | Stitcher My guest for this episode of the LEO Training Podcast is Jim Joy. Jim Joy has coached at the University of Western Ontario, M.I.T, Yale University and Wesleyan University, and Hobart and William Smith. Jim also helped start Craftsbury Sculling Camp, the firs…
 
LT 100 | Dr. Carlo Varalda - Evaluating Movement & Power in Rowers Subscribe & Review on : Apple Podcasts | Stitcher This week's guest is Dr. Carlo Varalda. Dr. Varalda is the Executive Director of NSCA Italy. He has worked with the Italian Rowing Federation and currently is working with the Italian Short Track Team in preparation for the Winter Ol…
 
LT 099 | Dr. Stuart McGill & Brian Carroll - The Gift of Injury Subscribe & Review on : Apple Podcasts | Stitcher This week's podcast features two return guests: Dr. Stuart McGill and Brian Carroll. Dr. Stuart M. McGill is a professor emeritus of the University of Waterloo, where he was a professor for 32 years. His laboratory and experimental rese…
 
LT 098 | Alex Wolf - Training for the Complete Rower Subscribe & Review on : Apple Podcasts | Stitcher In this week's podcast episode I had the pleasure to sit down with Alex Wolf, Head Strength & Conditioning Coach for English Institute of Sport. Alex Wolf is the Head of Strength and Conditioning for the English Institute of Sport where he leads a…
 
LT 097 | Dan Garbutt - Technique vs. Style in Rowing Subscribe & Review on : Apple Podcasts | Stitcher This week's podcast guest is my friend and Women's Head Rowing Coach of Old Dominion University, Dan Garbutt. Dan and I are both South Jersey natives so it was a ton of fun for me to sit down and reconnect with him. Dan Garbutt is a 2001 graduate …
 
LT 096 | Dr. Craig Marker - The Anti-Fragile Self Subscribe & Review on : Apple Podcasts | Stitcher This week's podcast guest is Dr. Craig Marker. Dr. Craig Marker is an associate professor, Chair and Program Director of Clinical Medical Psychology at Mercer University. He is also the Chief Operating Officer and Team Leader with StrongFirst. Craig …
 
LT 095 | My SFGII Preparation & Experience - Joe DeLeo Subscribe & Review on : Apple Podcasts | Stitcher In this week's podcast interview my good friend Allan Phillips takes over the reins as guest host of the LEO Training Podcast to interview me. I share my journey and preparation for the StrongFirst Level II Kettlebell Certification that I attend…
 
LT 094 | Kevin Rail - Physical Education Culture Subscribe & Review : iTunes | Stitcher The LEO Training Podcast exists for coaches, athletes, and listeners like you. If you enjoy this content and it provides you with valuable information, please consider giving back to LEO Training. Click the button below to Donate! In Episode 094 I sit down with …
 
LT 093 | Charles Buston & Zar Horton - Training the Tactical Athlete Subscribe & Review : iTunes | Stitcher The LEO Training Podcast exists for coaches, athletes, and listeners like you. If you enjoy this content and it provides you with valuable information, please consider giving back to LEO Training. Click the button below to Donate! My guests f…
 
LT 092 | Dr. Greg Rose - Evaluating Rotary Athletes Subscribe & Review : iTunes | Stitcher The LEO Training Podcast exists for coaches, athletes, and listeners like you. If you enjoy this content and it provides you with valuable information, please consider giving back to LEO Training. Click the button below to Donate! Dr. Greg Rose is a Co-Founde…
 
LT 091 | Meghan O' Leary - Novice to Olympian in Six Years Subscribe & Review : iTunes | Stitcher The LEO Training Podcast exists for coaches, athletes, and listeners like you. If you enjoy this content and it provides you with valuable information, please consider giving back to LEO Training. Click the button below to Donate! Meghan O’Leary is a 2…
 
LT 090 | Brandon Hetzler - The New Language of Movement Subscribe & Review : iTunes | Stitcher The LEO Training Podcast exists for coaches, athletes, and listeners like you. If you enjoy this content and it provides you with valuable information, please consider giving back to LEO Training. Click the button below to Donate! Brandon Hetzler is a Cer…
 
LT 089 | Brad Kearns - Primal Endurance Subscribe & Review : iTunes | Stitcher My guest this week is Brad Kearns noted speaker, author and coach in the health & fitness world for over two decades. During his nine-year career as a triathlete, he was one of the world's top ranked professionals, amassing 30 wins worldwide on the pro circuit. Career hi…
 
LT 088 | Andrea U-Shi Chang - Ground Force Method Subscribe & Review : iTunes | Stitcher The LEO Training Podcast exists for coaches, athletes, and listeners like you. If you enjoy this content and it provides you with valuable information, please consider giving back to LEO Training. Click the button below to Donate! Andrea U-Shi Chang, Master SFG…
 
LT 087 | Jim Klopman - Balance is Power Subscribe & Review : iTunes | Stitcher The LEO Training Podcast exists for coaches, athletes, and listeners like you. If you enjoy this content and it provides you with valuable information, please consider giving back to LEO Training. Click the button below to Donate! Jim is a lifelong innovator who has alwa…
 
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