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#7 Dr  Pat Davidson   Applying Sport Coaching To Powerlifting

#7 Dr Pat Davidson Applying Sport Coaching To Powerlifting

September 15, 2020

In today's episode, Daniel sits down with Dr. Pat Davidson. Topics of discussion include athleticism of non-strength sports athletes, genetic variation in willpower and mental fortitude, a conceptual framework for the development of a powerlifter, biomechanics of lifting, memory and movement execution, and more.

 

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0:15 Introduction

16:56 How do athletes whose primary focus is not strength (ie. football, throwers, rugby etc) get so strong?

24:18 Genetic variation in willpower and mental fortitude

32:17 A conceptual framework for the development of a powerlifter

1:04:27 Biomechanics of lifting

1:15:16 Applying the concepts of compression and expansion to lifting

1:26:32 Stability and the ability to resist force

1:31:07 Memory and movement execution

1:47:39 What’s a controversial opinion you have?

1:57:16 Where can people find you

 

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#6 Greg Panora - The Mindset Of A Champion

#6 Greg Panora - The Mindset Of A Champion

July 24, 2020

In today's episode, Daniel sits down with Greg Panora. Topics of discussion include Greg's entrance into the sport of powerlifting, how being bullied shaped his lifting career, major sacrifices and setbacks he's faced, lessons learned from training at westside barbell, and what it takes to be a champion.

 

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0:09 Introduction
3:44 How did you come into the sport of powerlifting?
6:16 The impact of being bullied as a kid
8:39 Who did you look up to growing up?
11:21 What sacrifices did you make to pursue powerlifting?
18:29 When did you begin training at westside barbell?
20:41 Lessons learned while training at westside barbell
24:18 Dealing with negative people in your life
29:24 In pursuit of becoming the best coach on the planet
35:32 Developing a strong mind
45:32 Squatting a world record without warming up
48:32 Balancing priorities while pursuing goals
59:41 What’s a controversial opinion you have regarding training?
1:02:21 Advice to up and coming lifters
1:04:06 Where can people find you

 

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#5 - Dr. Andy Galpin - Mechanisms Of Hypertrophy And Muscle Fiber Type

#5 - Dr. Andy Galpin - Mechanisms Of Hypertrophy And Muscle Fiber Type

July 24, 2020

In today's episode, Daniel sits down with Dr. Andy Galpin. Topics of discussion include mechanisms of muscle hypertrophy, additional considerations regarding metabolic damage, fiber type-specific hypertrophy,  age-related muscle fiber type distribution, plyometrics and stepping outside of strength-based research, and more.

 

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0:09 Introduction
2:08 What are the primary mechanisms of muscle hypertrophy?
6:44 Long term considerations for metabolic damage vs mechanical tension approach to hypertrophy
11:17 Do we have a physiological rationale for why people have a limit to how much muscle they can put on?
16:24 What is the relationship between muscle damage and hypertrophy?
20:33 Fiber type hypertrophy
25:02 The role of genetics and lifestyle in muscle fiber type
29:08 What impact does age have on muscle fiber distribution?
36:14 Plyometrics, hypertrophy and powerlifting performance
40:59 Stepping outside strength-based research 
44:45 Specificity in powerlifting
47:45 What’s a controversial opinion you have about training?
49:43 Where can people find you?

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#4 Broderick Chavez - Hormones, Diet And Training

#4 Broderick Chavez - Hormones, Diet And Training

July 24, 2020

In today's episode, Daniel sits down with Broderick Chavez. Topics of discussion include the physiological roles of testosterone and estrogen, the impact of diet and exercise on hormone values, bound vs free testosterone, sleep and hormone regulation, the impact of aging on hormone values, and more.

 

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0:09 Introduction
3:33 What is the role of testosterone and estrogen relative to strength and hypertrophy?
12:14 What impact does diet and exercise have on hormone values?
15:57 How does macronutrient composition impact hormone values?
21:59 Misconceptions surrounding insulin 
23:38 What is the difference between and relevance of bound testosterone vs free testosterone?
26:13 How common is hormonal dysregulation? 
28:16 How does sleep impact hormone values?
33:18 What is the significance of estrogen?
37:37 What are the optimal testosterone and estrogen values for a lifter?
40:32 Enhanced lifters.
43:57 At what age do you see a decline in hormone values and what can be done to combat this?
51:03 What’s a controversial opinion you have about training?
56:26 Where can people find you?

 

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#3 Alan Aragon - Ketogenic Diet And Powerlifting Performance

#3 Alan Aragon - Ketogenic Diet And Powerlifting Performance

July 24, 2020

In today's episode, Daniel sits down with Alan Aragon. Topics of discussion include the impact of ketogenic diets on work capacity, glycogen repletion, oxygen utilization, powerlifting performance, weight cuts, exogenous ketone supplements, practical recommendations for lifters wanting to adopt the ketogenic diet and more.

 

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0:09 Introduction.
3:23 Overview of the ketogenic diet.
5:44 Does high protein intake disrupt ketosis through gluconeogenesis?
8:00 What benefits do ketogenic diets have within the context of strength training?
10:44 What impact do ketogenic diets have on higher work volumes?
14:19 Would blunted muscle-specific glycogen repletion alter training frequency?
16:18 What impact does carbohydrate cycling have on training performance?
18:36 What does the literature say about exogenous ketone supplements?
25:34 Placebo as a confounding variable.
27:44 Is supplementation required on a ketogenic diet?
30:29 Accelerated sodium excretion while on ketogenic diets.
 34:14 Under what circumstances would a ketogenic diet be beneficial or detrimental?
42:34 Cutting weight on a ketogenic diet.
59:08 What impact does a ketogenic diet have on oxygen utilization?
1:00:04 Ketogenic research
1:11:53 What’s one opinion you have on training or nutrition that’s contested or goes against the grain?
1:16:36 Advice for lifters looking to adopt the ketogenic diet while still prioritizing performance and body composition.
1:18:35 Where can people find you?

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#2 Dr. Sam Spinelli - Lifting With Biceps Tendonitis

#2 Dr. Sam Spinelli - Lifting With Biceps Tendonitis

July 24, 2020

In today's episode, Daniel sits down with Dr. Sam Spinelli. Topics of discussion include training with biceps tendinopathy, the role of the rotator cuff in shoulder pain, augmenting velocity during rehab, the relationship between posture and shoulder function, and much more.

 

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0:11 Introduction of Dr. Sam Spinelli
1:58 What is biceps tendon pathology?
5:49 How has a clinical diagnosis of shoulder pathology changed?
13:00 How do you differentiate between pain/discomfort and potential injury?
19:12 What role does the rotator cuff have in biceps tendinopathy?
23:05 Loose vs tight shoulders
26:10 Velocity prescriptions for management of biceps tendinopathy? 
29:06 If a lifter has anterior shoulder pain, do you have any guidelines to allow them to continue training?
33:51 How does passive posture impact shoulder function, pain, or structure?
39:33 How do you deal with a client who is apprehensive about performing specific movements or getting into certain positions?
47:29 What role does intentionally introducing instability through specific exercises (ie bands, dumbbells, etc) have on biceps tendinopathy?
53:17 What role does strength have in injury and pain management?
58:53 Where can people find you?

 

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#1 Mike Tuchscherer - Developing Your Training Philosophy

#1 Mike Tuchscherer - Developing Your Training Philosophy

July 24, 2020

In today's episode, Daniel sits down with Mike Tuchscherer. Topics of discussion include how to develop your own coaching philosophy, individualizing programming for powerlifters, and some of the pitfalls of overapplication of specificity in training as well as introducing new frameworks of how to approach the development of a lifter.

 

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0:29 Introduction of Mike Tuchscherer
3:30 How would you define reactive training systems?
8:34 How do you approach the process of individualizing an athlete's programming?
30:47 Differentiating transference and specificity
45:20 Identifying reliable trends without a clear mechanism
48:13 RPE vs percentage-based training
58:54 Where can the listeners find you?

 

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