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Isometrics, Periodization and Holistic Performance: Just Fly Performance Podcast Episode 68 with Robbie Bourke

Isometrics, Periodization and Holistic Performance: Just Fly Performance Podcast Episode 68 with Robbie Bourke

Today’s guest is Robbie Bourke, host of the “All Things Strength and Wellness” podcast.  Robbie is a Strength and Conditioning Coach, Neuromuscular and Physical Therapist, Functional Diagnostic Nutritionist, and Holistic Health and Wellness Practitioner based in Glasnevin, Dublin. In listening …

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ZMA: The Supplement Everyone is Sleeping On?

ZMA: The Supplement Everyone Is Sleeping On?

Kevin Kuhn: Classified Nutrition It was way back in 2011 that I first heard about “this amazing sleep-recovery” supplement called ZMA.  A quick dig into some “Google” research explained that ZMA is a proprietary blend of two minerals (Zinc and …

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Feet, Fascia and Holistic Athletic Power, Just Fly Performance Podcast Episode 67 with Chong Xie

Feet, Fascia and Holistic Athletic Power, Just Fly Performance Podcast Episode 67 with Chong Xie

Today’s guest is Chong Xie, founder of “Secret of Athleticism” and founder of the Hyperarch Fascia Training System.  Secret of Athleticism is a website and discussion group founded to understand more about the foot, and its relationship to athletic power, as …

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Beyond General Strength: Concentric and Reactive Ballistics for Explosive Performance

Beyond General Strength: Concentric and Reactive Ballistics for Explosive Performance

Roger Nelsen Jr. Laying a base of strength and muscle through controlled resistance training is essential for building and maintaining athleticism, but as with all things, the law of diminishing returns is in effect. While I like the sound of …

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Just Fly Performance Podcast Episode 66: Steffan Jones: Integrating Strength, Sport Skill and Power with the UK’s Last Dual-Sport Professional

Just Fly Performance Podcast Episode 66: Steffan Jones: Integrating Strength, Sport Skill and Power with the UK’s Last Dual-Sport Professional

Today’s guest is former professional cricket and rugby player, and sports performance coach, Steffan Jones.  Steffan is a master, integrative trainer for fast-bowlers (“pitching” at up to 100mph in cricket, not rolling a 16lb ball at 10 pins), and has …

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Plyometric of the Week #11: Solo AMT Depth Jumps

Plyometric of the Week #11: Solo AMT Depth Jumps

Depth jumps are the premier plyometric exercise for increasing vertical jumping ability.  There are tons of derivatives, such as altitude drops, depth jumps over hurdles and up to targets, but the ante is really, truly upped when the overload of …

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Just Fly Performance Podcast Episode 65: Mike Boyle: Sage Wisdom on Squats, Deadlifts, Vertical Jump and Single Leg Training

Just Fly Performance Podcast Episode 65: Mike Boyle: Sage Wisdom on Squats, Deadlifts, Vertical Jump and Single Leg Training

Today’s guest is strength and conditioning coach, Mike Boyle.  Mike Boyle has the trifecta of being one of the most well-known, well-loved, and most-hated strength coaches, all at the same time.  He is one of the foremost experts in the …

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Plyo of the Week #10: Altitude Drop Legs

Plyometric of the Week #10: Altitude Drop Legs

What’s the best plyometric movement you’ve never seen? In this edition of our “plyometric of the week” series, I’d like to share an interesting exercise that I don’t often see: drop jumps with an accentuated downward punch of the legs, …

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Just Fly Performance Podcast Episode 64: Adarian Barr: Biomechanical Truths and Coaching Myths in Sprinting

Just Fly Performance Podcast Episode 64: Adarian Barr: Biomechanical Truths and Coaching Myths in Sprinting

Today’s guest is track and field coach, and inventor, Adarian Barr.  Adarian Barr is based out of Woodland, California.  His collegiate track and field coaching stops have included UW-Superior, Indiana State and UNC Pembroke.  He has written a number of …

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FLOW, Willpower, and Peak Human Performance

On FLOW, Willpower, and Peak Human Performance. What Lights Athletes Up and Creates the Ultimate Training Response?

Key Points: FLOW is a defining feature of not only competitive sport, but also training processes and life in general Willpower/Grinding and FLOW have a inverse relationship in many ways, but balance is an important consideration, and FLOW itself balances …

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