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Vaulted Up Podcast
33 minutes | Mar 17, 2017
Sam Kendricks and Don Rahrig discuss the science of pole design
In this episode, Don Rahrig, vice president of engineering for UST-ESSX, discusses the science of making world class vaulting poles (for vaulters of all abilities). Then, 2016 Olympic Bronze Medalist Sam Kendricks discusses why he chose UST-ESSX poles and answers questions from fans and followers. Key Takeaways: • Better understanding of materials used to build UST-ESSX poles • How Recoil technology works • The future of pole design, performance • Why Sam Kendricks prefers UST-ESSX poles • Sam Kendricks' pole kit (money pole) • Better understanding of who is Sam Kendricks (via Q&A session at the end of the episode)
26 minutes | Dec 19, 2016
006 – Fuzion Athletics owner Jamie Steffen
Jamie Steffen shares his thoughts on what you should know about getting involved with a pole vault club. His pole vault business at Fuzion Athletics is recognized as one of the best at developing students into accomplished champions. You'll get tips on the following: • How to align goals • What to look for when selecting a pole vault club • What it means to be a part of a team • How to select the proper equipment • What to expect from a pole vault club/team
25 minutes | Nov 9, 2016
005–Morgann Leleux tells her story of persistence
NCAA standout at Georgia and University of Louisiana and current holder of the National High School Record, Morgann Leleux talks about her spirited journey from the junior ranks to becoming a celebrated collegiate vaulter to overcoming the near miss at the Olympic Trials to joining the spotlight as an elite vaulter on the professional circuit.
23 minutes | Sep 22, 2016
004–Record-setting pole vaulter Kayla Caldwell shares her experiences competing and teaching at Bell Athletics
In this episode, we're hanging with record-setting pole vaulter Kayla Caldwell about morning coffee, ab crunches, love of bacon and everything in between. Don't forget to write us a review and subscribe to our podcast.
19 minutes | Sep 7, 2016
003–Olympian Pauls Pujats, Latvia, shares his experience at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio.
In this episode, Pauls Pujats discusses... • The transition from being a collegiate athlete to turning professional. • The daily rituals and sacrifices necessary to reach, and win, at the elite level. • The importance of mental preparation. • Balancing training lifestyle with a social life. • The trending therapy of cupping: heat vs suction and is it for you? • His 2016 Olympics Rio experience - overall atmosphere, competition and free time. • His outlook for 2017.
22 minutes | Jul 15, 2016
002 - Olympian Jeremy Scott shares his story and thoughts on competing
In this episode, 2012 US Olympian Jeremy Scott discusses... • How he got started in pole vaulting • Pole vault training and the process to make an Olympic team • The physical and mental side of competing at the Elite level • Overcoming injuries at the Olympic Trials • His jumping style and preference of equipment
21 minutes | Jun 28, 2016
001–Engineering insights into the making of world-class vaulting poles
In this episode, Beto and Don discuss the following... • Engineering know-how that gives UST-ESSX a competitive advantage • How carbon fiber is used in the manufacturing process • Advantages of jumping with lightweight poles • Working with elite athletes such as Sam Kendrick's
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