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The Engineered Strength Podcast
103 minutes | May 4, 2020
The Psychology of Training and Coaching: Episode #8
Dr. Chad Pulver joins host Bill Hannon to discuss the mental aspects of training and coaching. Listen in as we discuss what tools can we use to increase training compliance and effectiveness both as trainees and coaches.
76 minutes | Mar 30, 2020
Stress-Based Programming - Part 2: Episode #7
Hosts Bill Hannon and Bill Been lay out an adaptive physiology, stress-based approach to programming that cuts through the clumsiness of the normal template-based approach for the progression from Novice to Advanced strength trainee.In Part 2 we take a look at the status of programming theory within the S&C industry, and then take a walk through an example progression from Novice to Advanced using a traditional approach as compared to a stress-based approach.
98 minutes | Mar 22, 2020
Stress-Based Programming - Part 1: Episode #6
Hosts Bill Hannon and Bill Been lay out an adaptive physiology, stress-based approach to programming that cuts through the clumsiness of the normal template-based approach for the progression from Novice to Advanced strength trainee.Listen in to Part 1 as they cover the relevant adaptive physiology, define the common programming terms and variables, discuss a Black Box Programming Model, and explore how mechanical training stress manifests as a positive strength adaptation.
95 minutes | Mar 16, 2020
Training for the Responder: Military, Police, Fire: Episode #5
What is a Tactical Athlete, anyway? Listen in as Bill and special guest Nick Koldewey (Barbell Logic - Professional Barbell Coach, former Ranger, Army Infantry Officer, LEO, Executive Security business-owner) break down what the Tactical Athlete term really means, and why it may lead to some sub-optimal training choices. We also tackle why it's so important for military, law enforcement, fire, and civilian repsonders to train, and lay out some methods to think about effective modes of training for these athletes.
46 minutes | Mar 9, 2020
HIIT, Functional Movement Screen, Belly Breathing, and other Nonsense: Episode #4
The Engineered Strength Podcast crew tackles some common fitness myths, misconceptions, and even some straight up nonsense.Topics covered and debunked:What most people call HIIT isn't really HIIT at allMost clients require movement screens and corrective exercises before starting trainingStrength and Conditioning training is harmful for childrenAre body weight exercise specialists really all that strong?Belly breathing and abdominal bracing are of upmost importance for spinal stabilization
52 minutes | Mar 2, 2020
The Physics of Strength and Conditioning: Episode #3
Bill Hannon and Bill Been tackle some important physics concepts for understanding the biomechanics of training and loaded human movement. Listen in and geek-out on the Physics of Strength and Conditioning.
93 minutes | Feb 23, 2020
The Primacy of Strength: Episode #2
The Engineered Strength Podcast hosts Bill Hannon and Bill Been discuss why increasing strength provides the best bang for the buck for improving overall athletic performance, general physical capacity, and quality of life.
83 minutes | Feb 17, 2020
Strength and Conditioning 101: Episode #1
Bill Hannon and Bill Been of The Engineered Strength Podcast discuss the state of Strength and Conditioning and explore an optimal S&C coaching model.
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