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Life After 1x20, A Performance Roundtable with Jeff Moyer, Matt Thome and Ryan Bracius

Life After 1×20, A Performance Roundtable with Jeff Moyer, Matt Thome and Ryan Bracius

Today’s episode features a special coaching roundtable featuring three experts in the implementation of the “1×20” training system: Jeff Moyer of DC Sports Training, Matt Thome of Michigan Tech University, and Ryan Bracius of Wisconsin Whitewater. Most folks familiar with …

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Right leg takeoff

Plyometric of the Week #14: Repeating Single Leg Takeoffs

What is a great drill for young and developing athletes to get more quality repetitions in developing their single leg takeoff ability? Outside of actually practicing the one leg jump in a variety of situations, a good option for rhythm …

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Just Fly Performance Podcast: Cal Dietz

“Raising the Ceiling of Athletic Strength and Performance”: Just Fly Performance Podcast Episode 80: Cal Dietz

Today’s guest is Cal Dietz, returning for his second appearance on the Just Fly Performance Podcast.  Two of Cal’s books, Triphasic Training (the original) and then the Triphasic Training manual for Football (written with Chris Korfist) have had a huge …

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10 Keys to Growing as a Performance Coach

10 Keys to Growing as a Performance Coach

What are things, outside of reading this article (and any article on Just Fly Sports) that will make you a great coach? One of the foremost experiences I’ve had as a coach is the honor of being coached by experts …

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“Swedish Speed Development”: Just Fly Performance Podcast Episode 79: Håkan Andersson

“Swedish Speed Development”: Just Fly Performance Podcast Episode 79: Håkan Andersson

Today’s guest is Håkan Andersson, elite Swedish sprint coach and consultant.  Håkan has more than 30 years of experience, has had periods of serving as the national sprint and relay coach, and is or has been the personal coach for …

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Training needs to be highly specific

Anthropometrics Customize Mechanics, Part III: The Art of Individual Training Optimization

By Steffan Jones Editor’s Note: In the conclusion of a 3 part series (Part I, Part II) that could just as easily be a top-selling book in the field, Steffan Jones puts the final touches on the ART of coaching …

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“Posture, Strength and Explosive Sprint Performance”: Just Fly Performance Podcast Episode 78: Justin Moore

“Posture, Strength and Explosive Sprint Performance”: Just Fly Performance Podcast Episode 78: Justin Moore

Today’s guest is Justin Moore, performance education coordinater at Parabolic Performance & Rehabilitation.  We’ve had some prodigious young coaches on this show, such as Matt Van Dyke, Cameron Josse, and Max Schmarzo, and Justin is no exception to that rule. …

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Neuro-Typing and the Future of Individualizing Athletic Performance: Just Fly Performance Podcast Episode 77: Christian Thibaudeau

Neuro-Typing and the Future of Individualizing Athletic Performance: Just Fly Performance Podcast Episode 77: Christian Thibaudeau

Today’s guest is coach, writer and speaker Christian Thibaudeau.  If you are familiar with T-Nation, and don’t live under a rock in general, you are likely aware of Christian and his work on strength and human performance. Although Christian is …

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Why Deprogramming Builds Winners, Part II

Application in Building the Robust Athlete: Why Deprogramming Builds Winners, Part II

  By Paul Cater Is there really such a thing as over-programming?  How can the sports performance industry, with its increasing programming complexity and scalability, not crush an athletes ability to make decisions, anticipate, and have general awareness of their …

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Redefining “Agility” and Sport Movement: Just Fly Performance Podcast Episode 76: Shawn Myszka, Scott Salwasser, Michael Zweifel

Redefining “Agility” and Sport Movement: Just Fly Performance Podcast 76: Shawn Myszka, Scott Salwasser, Michael Zweifel

Today’s podcast is a special roundtable episode on sport movement, featuring an expert panel of Shawn Myszka, Scott Salwasser and Michael Zweifel.  Each of these coaches has a unique area of application and insight into making athletes better at reacting …

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