Training for “POWER” has become an increasingly sexy adage to strength and conditioning as of late. But, as some of you may know, this imperative emphasis to displaying strength dynamically is no new phenomenon. Coaches and researchers have been studying the benefits of power based training as well as how to increase the performance biomarkers associated. Our guest today, Dr Bryan Mann, plays an integral part furthering our knowledge of power.
Assistant Director of Strength and Conditioning at the University of Missouri, Bryan has developed a passion and network of contemporaries whose obsession is performance. With a background in competitive powerlifting and a shitton of academic research, Dr Mann has meticulously studied the physiology of speed and strength. Today, he brings you the biology breakdown of what occurs inter and intra muscularly to accomplish just that. Also, celebrity guest host, Matt Vincent, joins in on the conversation!
EMPOWER YOUR PERFORMANCE.
Now it’s time for you to empower your performance. Dr Bryan Mann is obviously a busy…Mann. Even without a website, you can creep on him on instagram or twitter under the handle @jBryanMann. Bryan writes regularly for Elite FTS and is author of several books including the Complete Guide to Powerlifting for Human Kinetics.
A strength and conditioning coach since 2009, Cali has worked with numerous athletes spanning from rugby players to cross country skiers. Almost immediately after finding CrossFit in 2010, she was introduced to a program that better suited her athletic goals. With her existing background in powerlifting and football, she became a natural devotee to CFFB/PowerAthlete and testament to it's effectiveness. In 2012, she left D.C. and headed for the state named after her to be a part of the CrossFit Football Seminar Staff and a Jedi of Power Athlete HQ. Cali currently resides in Seattle where she works full time in law enforcement.
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