Tag Archives: Power

PA Radio – Episode 233: Dr. Stu McGill

  The Gift of Injury Fix your back pain with Dr. McGill’s book Back Mechanic! Use the code BFPfriends on any Backfitpro books and supports at […]

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PA Radio – Episode 232: Cal Dietz

  Triphasic Training for Sport You know the name. You’ve seen his work. Longtime coach, academic, and author, Cal Dietz [@Cal.Dietz] joins us this week to […]

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PA Radio – Episode 230: Dr. Andy Galpin & Phil White

  The Future of COaching At the intersection of technology and fitness is Unplugged, a book authored by Dr. Andy Galpin and Phil White. In this […]

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PA Radio – Episode 229: Sean Waxman

The Olympic lifting Athlete So you’ve been training the olympic lifts for a while but your progress has stalled? Sound familiar? Enter Jedi Sean Waxman of […]

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PA Radio – Episode 222: Deuce Gym

The Highest Form of Leadership This week we are joined by Logan Gelbrich and Danny Lesslie of Deuce Gym in sunny Venice, Italy.  I’m sorry that’s […]

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PA Radio – Episode 219: The Crew

Every Group Has a “Beard Guy” This week The Crew answers tons of your questions from IG. Inquiries range from hamstring and quad injuries, to constructing […]

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PA Radio – Episode 214: Derek Woodske

 Small town, big talent. This week we feature our conversation with Derek Woodske [@DerekWoodske], NCAA All American and National Champ in track and field. Although Derek […]

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PA Radio – Episode 213: Dr Bryan Mann

 Velocity Based Training. Training for “POWER” has become an increasingly sexy adage to strength and conditioning as of late. But, as some of you may know, […]

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PA Radio – Episode 208: Dr Fred Hatfield

  In Memoriam of Dr. Squat. Earlier this week, we lost legend, Dr. Fred Hatfield [@DrSquat1]. Better known to some as “Dr. Squat”, Hatfield served as […]

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PA Radio – Episode 185: Adam Nelson

   Because you love the sport. To enter the competitive realm of shot put, some of the strongest weightroom benchmarks are required. But once you’ve achieved […]

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PA Radio – Episode 180: Even-Esh & Steel

 Even-Esh, Steel, & Welbourn To be a fly on the wall with two of the biggest names in the strength and conditioning game…This week Power Athlete […]

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PA Radio – Episode 164: The Crew

  NO ONE IS COMING TO SAVE YOU. Another awesome episode with The Crew is coming your way. I am loving these discussions among John, Luke, […]

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PA Radio – Episode 156: Bert Sorin

  solving beefs in the gym. This week we talk with a man behind the man of Sorinex. The second generation of the world renowned strength […]

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PA Radio – Episode 153: Megan Anderson

fight like a megan. Long gone are the stereotypes about fighting like a girl, especially when your name is Megan Anderson [@MeganA_MMA]. The 6’0 tall female […]

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PA Radio – Episode 146: Train Heroic

 The Business of Coaching This week our buddies and partners from Train Heroic stop by the Power Athlete Headquarters and discuss the business of making athletes. […]

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PA Radio – Episode 127: Greg Everett

  The Old School Mentality. This week we welcome athlete, author, and Catalyst Athletics coach, Greg Everett.  This well known figure in the world of strength […]

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PA Radio – Episode 123: Matt Vincent

  Training, traveling, and tearing shit up. This week John, Luke, and Tex talk with 2014 Highland Games champ and self proclaimed Drifta Lifta, Matt Vincent. […]

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PA Radio – Episode 115: Mike & Beau Burgener

  The Burgener legacy of coaching excellence. This week we welcome the dynamic father and son duo of Olympic Weightlifting, Coaches Mike and Beau Burgener. When […]

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Better Benchmarks

We preach a lot about abandoning superficial numerical goals however, the idea of training for a specific number or benchmark is not entirely bad.  In fact, […]

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Power Approach to Lacrosse Training

This week marks the kick-off of the 2015 college lacrosse season across the country, including my boys in blue.  As America’s true pastime, lacrosse is one of […]

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ACL Injury Prevention: Neuromuscular Reeducation

The first article in this series, Injury Mechanisms, focused on identifying neuromuscular imbalances present in non-contact anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears, one of the most common non-contact […]

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Shitty Coaching Trifecta

As many of you may know, several of the coaches at Power Athlete HQ also double as CrossFit Football Seminar Staff.  I am one of those […]

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Plyometric Training: Assessment

Plyometric training is frequently met with strong opposition, especially within high school and CrossFit communities.  Many of these opponents strongly believe that high impact loading of the […]

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John’s Conversation with Barbell Shrugged

Take a listen to John’s recent conversation with the guys from Barbell Shrugged.  No stone goes unturned as they discuss CrossFit, life in the NFL, kids, […]

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Strength 101: Reverse Engineering with Prilepin’s Chart

One of the great aspects to working in the strength and conditioning industry is the endless discussion comparing one training system to another. The reason these […]

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Power Approach to Soccer Training

The skill and athleticism necessary to compete amongst the best soccer players in the world has been front and center during this year’s World Cup. 32 […]

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Lactic Acid and Training – Part 3: Lactic Tolerance

The first two installments of the Lactic Acid and Training series have shown there is more to lactic acid than meets the eye.  The many theories […]

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The Vertical Jump Performance Window

For every fallacy that exists at the high school level of strength and conditioning, there is one equal to or greater than at the collegiate level. […]

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