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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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How should bowler training differ

Anthropometrics Customize Mechanics, Part II: Knee-Dominant Fast-Bowler Biomechanics and Training Implications

By Steffan Jones Editor’s Note: This masterpiece of an article series started with PART I, which served as an introduction to differences in both the innate function, and training and lifestyle environment of an athlete that brought them to their …

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“Ice in the Veins”, Mental Skill Creation for High Performance: Just Fly Performance Podcast 75: Nick Davis

“Ice in the Veins”, Mental Skill Creation for High Performance: Just Fly Performance Podcast 75: Nick Davis

Today’s guest is Nick Davis, head women’s track and field coach at the University of Wisconsin, LaCrosse.  Nick Davis has been a successful track and field coach with multiple stops on the NCAA Division I and III levels, has experience …

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7 Single Leg Training Movements to Ignite Your General Physical Preparation (GPP)

7 Single Leg Training Movements to Ignite Your General Physical Preparation (GPP)

What is the place of single leg movements in training?  Are they there as a safe alternative for squats, as a better way to go heavy?  What about the fact that they are performed on one leg, while running is …

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“Elite Sprint and Jump Training”: Just Fly Performance Podcast Episode 74: Joseph Coyne

“Elite Sprint and Jump Training”: Just Fly Performance Podcast Episode 74: Joseph Coyne

Today’s guest is Joseph Coyne, exercise physiologist and sport scientist from Gold Coast, Australia.  Joseph is a well-rounded performance coach who has spent a lot of time recently in the realm of training world-class track and field sprinters and jumpers …

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Citrulline Malate: The Most Mis-Used Weapon in Aerobic and Anaerobic Performance

Citrulline Malate: The Most Mis-Used Weapon in Aerobic and Anaerobic Performance

By Kevin Kuhn: Classified Nutrition When I first started combining supplement ingredients to make my own “pre-workout recipe,” I was not very familiar with citrulline malate.  I knew it was an added ingredient in a BCAA product I had been …

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“Plyometric Methods From A Legendary Coach”: Just Fly Performance Podcast Episode 73: Dr. Donald Chu

“Plyometric Methods From A Legendary Coach”: Just Fly Performance Podcast Episode 73: Dr. Donald Chu

Today’s guest is Dr. Donald Chu, performance coach and physical therapist, as well as legendary track and field coach at UC Hayward in the 1980’s.  Dr. Chu wrote the landmark book “Jumping Into Plyometrics”, which was one of the first …

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Hip or Knee dominant

Anthropometrics Customize Mechanics: Muscle and Fascia Driven Athletes in Fast-Bowling and Performance Applications: Part I

By Steffan Jones Editor’s Note: Although this is article has directives towards the sporting skill of fast-bowling in cricket, applications are nearly universal.  This gem of writing by Steffan Jones has implications to nearly any athlete and coach from track …

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“The Answers Lie in the Gym”: Just Fly Performance Podcast Episode 72 Joe DeFranco

“The Answers Lie in the Gym”: Just Fly Performance Podcast Episode 72 Joe DeFranco

Today’s guest is Joe DeFranco, owner of DeFranco’s gym.  Joe was one of the first coaches I remember reading and learning from in the world of performace training, and his adaptations of the Westside system to athletes make up some …

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5 Distinctions Between the Robust and the Robotic Athlete: Why De-Programming Builds Winners.

5 Distinctions Between the Robust and the Robotic Athlete: Why De-Programming Builds Winners

By Paul Cater Chaos, feel, rhythm, intuition….. is it getting programmed out of athletes? Inevitably, every spring training I see an army of robots marching towards the facility from all over the country from big name training centers. Well-versed in …

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