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Former USC Trojan, professional basketball player, and current basketball performance trainer, Ashley Corral hosts Separate Yourself. An exclusive dive into her life around basketball, life off the court, and more! Tune in every week for new episodes! Instagram: @acorral24 Twitter: @ashleycorralPT
 
Coleman Ayers of By Any Means Basketball and Yosef Yishak of Value Basketball discuss everything basketball-related through the lens of science`and detail. We uniquely break down science of basketball skills and performance training, psychology, and even basketball culture in a short and sweet fashion! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/under-the-microscope/support
 
Résumé de la journée aux Jeux olympiques de Tokyo avec un accent sur les performances et les histoires des athlètes du Canada. Tous les jours, Alexandre Coupal discute des événements marquants avec des journalistes, des analystes et autres spécialistes du sport, ou avec des athlètes et leur entourage.
 
Lee Taft Performance Podcast is the official podcast of Lee Taft Athletic Consulting. Each episode is dedicated to providing the best strength & conditioning information from the world's top coaches to anyone who appreciates the importance of continuing education. The podcasts are brought to you each week by one of the World's Leading Multi-Directional Speed Experts Lee Taft, simply known to many as, “The Speed Guy”. You can count on each podcast delivering high quality content from experts ...
 
I'm Scott Livingston and welcome to my podcast Leave Your Mark, follow me on Instagram @Kingopain or Twitter @Builtbyscott, or on my Facebook fan page Scott G Livingston. I've been in the world of human performance for over thirty years. During that time I've trained, rebuilt and supported the performance of some of the best athletes in the world. I've worked in the biggest performance environments and seen what it takes to be the best in the world. This podcast is all about learning how my ...
 
Taylor Wayer has been involved with the game of basketball as a player, coach, and trainer for 20+ years. He played high school basketball in Indianapolis, IN and continued his playing career in college at Indiana University as a walk-on. Shortly after that, Taylor founded Competitive Greatness, a high-level basketball player development company in Indianapolis that serves over 300 athletes, primarily high school, college, and professional athletes. The goal is to help athletes develop their ...
 
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Coaches must stop dominating training with conditioning. This means working in bursts of speed from 1-2 seconds, 3-5 seconds, or possibly 6-7 second bouts. Typically my drills last 1-3 seconds because I am attempting to maximize my players' speed and quickness. If the athletes are faster, they will be faster when tired. Train for speed so your play…
 
This EP features Julien BriseBois the General Manager of the Stanley Cup Champion Tampa Bay Lightning. Under Julien’s guidance, the 2018-19 team became the first in Lightning franchise history to capture the NHL's President's Trophy for the best regular-season record. In his next season, the team captured its second Stanley Cup in franchise history…
 
This EP 226 of the podcast is a Sunday Remarks on the day after the recognition of 20 years since the 9/11 tragedy. I talk about my experience, my recognition of how the world has changed, and what I feel we've lost the meaning of in the process. Freedom is a fragile thing, and we sometimes need to recognize how much our own fears actually constrai…
 
This week's episode features an up-and-coming leader in the human performance community who specializes in training change of direction. Rich Clarke is an S&C coach and an education professional from the United Kingdom. He has split his time between teaching in the university system, coaching athletes of all abilities, and completing a Ph.D. focuse…
 
It is critical to help communicate between players and coaches - have a language both players and coaches understand. When a coach uses general words, it can often lead to a lack of complete understanding. Using familiar terms to describe the exact movement you want the athlete to complete will give context and clarity.…
 
In this EP, Dom Gauthier and I get into a great chat about all things athlete development with Matt Young. Matt is an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year finalist, Business in Vancouver Top 40 Under 40, and Caldwell Partners Canadian Top 40 Under 40 business award winner. This serial entrepreneur graduated with a Kinesiology Degree from the Univ…
 
This EP features Jesse Wright. Jesse is the founder of the Balance the Bar initiative, is a high-performance consultant, coach, author, and public speaker. His career has spanned over two decades in the team sport culture, including working with organizations in the NBA, NFL, NCAA, and in private sports training. His passion lies in helping young p…
 
One of the most frustrating things for me to hear is when coaches yell, "Get Lower"! These two words can kill athletes' lateral quickness. Being low is relative to the play, sport, and individual athletes. Coaches need to pay attention to how our athletes naturally move. Simply telling all players to get lower is a great way to slow them down.…
 
This EP features John MacDonald. Johnny has spent the last 25 plus years as a stuntman in the film industry. I met John as a Linebacker for the Concordia University Football team many moons ago, and our paths never crossed after he left the school. We re-discovered each other on Facebook and rekindled a friendship. Johnny Mac was a hard-charging fo…
 
If you are not good at planning, then learn it! Planning and being organized will sell your program as much as anything. It isn't uncommon for parents to enroll their children at a different school due to some programs' lack of structure and organization. Don't let that happen to you!
 
This EP is a Sunday Re-Marks. Just a few insights about the challenges of getting old. I experienced watching my mother deteriorate these past 18 months during COVID and it made me think about my own mortality, longevity, and improving our life quality respective of the quantity we get to partake. Enjoy!…
 
This EP features a former Elite Alpine Skier with Canada’s Women’s National Team, Allison Forsyth. Allison is an 8-time Canadian Champion, has 5 World Cup podiums, and earned a bronze medal at the World Championships in 2003. She also competed for Canada in two Olympic Games, 02 and 06. After retiring due to injury in 08, she took her experience in…
 
We know better, but we want to stuff as much into a workout as possible for some reason. If you can do no more than 1-2 skills per speed training workout, your athletes' learning and results will rise. This doesn't mean you can't do many variations of that one skill to add variety and challenge learning... keep it simple, so the athletes leave feel…
 
This episode is a conversation with Tony Blauer, a leading authority in personal self-defense and tactical confrontation. I interviewed Tony just before the beginning of the pandemic in 2020 and we had a great discussion about his life and the influences that have shaped him. Tony is a friend and a fellow Montrealer turned SoCal living, and I invit…
 
The problem, I feel, most coaches have with giving the proper rest period to develop speed is they don't feel they can provide that much time. It's all about planning. If you know the athletes will need three minutes to rest between sprints, plan non-compete exercises like balance exercises, partner toss, and catch, quick hand drills, etc., during …
 
Au firmament des étoiles du basketball américain avec Valérie-Micaela Bain. Daniel Aucoin analyse les succès de Laurence Vincent Lapointe et du canoë féminin au programme olympique. Et Marie-Eve Dicaire revient sur le tournoi de karaté.Première による
 
La conquête de l'or olympique par la sélection canadienne de soccer féminin renverse Christine Roger. Antoine Deshaies explique pourquoi le médaillé de bronze au 50 km marche, Evan Dunfee, n'est pas heureux de voir cette épreuve disparaître du programme olympique. Aussi, les succès s'accumulent en athlétisme. Bruny Surin parle de la médaille de bro…
 
Laurent Godbout nous présente le nouveau dieu du stade, Damian Warner. En marge de la médaille d'argent de Laurence Vincent Lapointe en canoë, Olivier Pellerin se penche sur la saga qui a mené l’athlète jusqu'aux Jeux olympiques. Et Michaël Roy a assisté à la conquête de la médaille de bronze par Lauriane Genest au keirin.…
 
Bruny Surin revit l'exceptionnelle finale du 200 m masculin qui a couronné Andre De Grasse. Le retour du cavalier Mario Deslauriers, raconté par Jean-Patrick Balleux. Et Alexandra Piché nous parle de la planchiste Sky Brown, qui est passée tout près de devenir la plus jeune championne de l'histoire olympique.…
 
Les débuts olympiques de l'escalade et de Sean McColl, racontés par Jean-Patrick Balleux. Jean St-Onge est subjugué par les retours de Simone Biles et d'Ellie Black en gymnastique artistique. Aussi, une mise à jour de la situation sanitaire à Tokyo, avec Philippe Leblanc.Première による
 
In this episode, I speak with Todd Wright. Todd is the Vice President of Player Performance and Assistant Coach for the Los Angeles Clippers. He is currently finishing his second season with the Clippers. Before his time with the Clippers, Todd spent four years with the Philadelphia 76ers as an Assistant Coach and Head of Strength and Conditioning.…
 
Pour la première fois de son histoire, l'équipe canadienne de soccer féminin atteint la finale du tournoi olympique. Hassoun Camara analyse ses performances. Sylvie Fréchette parle de l'entrée en scène du Canada en natation artistique. Aussi, le doctorant à l'Université d'Ottawa Félix Pavlenko explique la réalité d'une athlète trans aux Jeux.…
 
There are way too many times when we think we can decide on the footwork pattern the athlete needs to take in a team sports environment. The reality is the athlete subconsciously will choose a footwork pattern that accomplishes the task and solves the mass and momentum problem. You can't afford to miss this show - You need to understand how footwor…
 
Andre De Grasse a remporté le bronze au 100 m. Bruny Surin décortique la finale de l'épreuve reine des Jeux olympiques. Roseline Filion fait le point sur la conclusion des épreuves en natation. Et la fusée acadienne Geneviève Lalonde a établi un record national au 3000 m steeple. François Leblanc dresse son portrait.…
 
Kim Vallière expose le scandale qui secoue Rugby Canada, en marge de la performance décevante des Canadiennes. Alexandre Gascon prépare le terrain avant les huitièmes de finale en volleyball de plage féminin, où le Canada sera représenté par deux équipes. Et la suprématie jamaïcaine au 100 m féminin vue par Laurent Godbout.…
 
L'équipe canadienne féminine de huit de pointe a causé une surprise en remportant la médaille d'or en aviron. L'analyste Hugues Fournel exprime son enthousiasme. La journaliste Diane Sauvé confirme que le sprinteur Andre De Grasse est un athlète plutôt « cool ». Et même si Rosie MacLennan n'a pas gagné un troisième titre olympique d'affilée, l'anal…
 
Une récolte de médailles canadiennes 100 % féminines. La fondatrice d'Égale Action, Sylvie Béliveau, analyse le chemin parcouru par le sport féminin au cours des dernières décennies. La légende du judoka Teddy Riner, double champion olympique en titre, expliquée par la journaliste de Radio France Stéphanie Mora. Et Antoine Deshaies vous dit tout ce…
 
La gymnaste américaine Simone Biles, qui devait être la reine des Jeux de Tokyo, s’est retirée du concours complet individuel. Jean St-Onge raconte comment l'une des plus grandes athlètes de tous les temps a choisi de prioriser sa santé mentale plutôt que sa performance. De son côté, l'entraîneur de boxe et analyste Stéphan Larouche dresse le portr…
 
La médaillée d'or en haltérophilie Maude Charron persévère dans tout ce qu'elle entreprend, même dans la musique. Naomi Osaka a trébuché dans le tournoi olympique où elle était la favorite. Est-ce la pression qui a eu raison d'elle? Le Canada a remporté une première médaille en softball après d'immenses sacrifices des joueuses. Il s'agissait d'une …
 
Mark is an Athletic Therapist and professor of Athletic Therapy at Mount Royal University. Mark’s passion for athletic therapy and injury rehabilitation began during his undergraduate degree in Physical Education and Master’s Degree in Science at the University of Manitoba. During this time, Mark worked primarily with varsity football and hockey. A…
 
Dans la catégorie des 57 kg, les deux meilleures judokas du monde, Jessica Klimkait et Christa Deguchi, sont canadiennes, et le journaliste Philippe Crépeau explique pourquoi la médaille d'or ne l'est pas. De son côté, Chantal Vallée décortique le tournoi de basketball féminin. Aussi, Naomie Grand'Pierre parle de sa sœur, qu’elle a vue représenter …
 
This is EP 215 of the LYM PC and I thought I would discuss this idea of self-exploration, knowing yourself better, recognizing your blind spots, and realizing that what you are meant to do on this earth could be right behind a curtain that you must simply explore. It is not always easy, but it won't happen if you don't embrace the experience of sel…
 
Jennifer Abel et Mélissa Citrini-Beaulieu ont remporté une médaille d'argent qui mettra un baume sur la performance d'Abel à Rio. Émilie Heymans, jadis la mentore d'Abel aux Jeux de Pékin, en 2008, nous explique ce qu'elle voit dans la performance de son ancienne protégée, ainsi que son évolution. Une médaille d'argent est remportée en natation, et…
 
La journaliste Justine Roberge dresse le portrait du cycliste Michael Woods, qui était tout près du podium au premier jour des Jeux de Tokyo; l'équipe canadienne de soccer féminin passe la grille d'analyse de Christine Roger et d’Olivier Tremblay, du balado Tellement soccer; et le descripteur des matchs de basketball à trois contre trois, Renaud St…
 
Les Jeux olympiques commencent enfin. L'envoyé spécial Philippe Leblanc prend le pouls de la population en marge de la cérémonie d'ouverture à Tokyo, le chef d'antenne Guillaume Dumas nous fait part de ses prédictions pour l'équipe canadienne, et la première directrice du service des Sports, Catherine Dupont, raconte le défi colossal qui consiste à…
 
This week's episode features Marnie McBean who is one of Canada’s most decorated Olympians and an expert in turning potential into performance. As one of only two Canadians ever to win three Gold medals in the Summer Olympics, she is used to performing under pressure. Her 12 World and Olympic medals bear witness to this. Globally, McBean is one of …
 
One of the mysteries of human movement is why coaches refuse to abide by human laws of motion. Teaching athletes to use the traditional crossover is an example of not understanding human motion. The Lateral Run is what the athlete does because it abides and applies the three primary laws of motion.
 
This Sunday Re-Marks post is all about giving unconditionally. In this day and age, we are all too often attached to the outcome of our give or the return on investment. If we start simply by exploring our own sharing, and our own gift, we grow. Growth is our purpose on this planet, not to get. Once we discover this, life get's a whole lot more int…
 
This episode is a conversation with the CEO of Plantiga (https://plantiga.com/), Quin Sandler. As a serial entrepreneur, Quin has founded companies in online learning, coaching, and digital branding. Quin has spent over 12 years in the wearable technology industry and brings a wealth of experience in product design, sensors as they apply to sports …
 
It is essential to understand the difference between change of direction training and deceleration training. Deceleration training typically deals with stopping and not going in a new direction. Change of direction training must deal with amortization forces that position the body differently than just stopping. In my opinion, it is critical for pe…
 
In this episode, Dom and I discuss all things Olympics as we are officially inside of two weeks from the opening ceremonies of the 2021 Tokyo Olympics originally scheduled for 2020. Some thoughts on what it takes to get there, who's going to make a difference, and some of the challenges we've seen with the pandemic.…
 
This episode features Rick Schaly. Rick has spent 33 years developing and growing an integrated multi-dimensional health care company that is inclusive of Sports Medicine, Mind to Muscle, and Trainers Choice. Located in Barrie Ontario, Sports Medicine is an innovative multidisciplinary rehabilitation company, and Mind to Muscle is a strength and co…
 
The backpedal is so critical on many levels. It allows us to have a great evaluation tool and strategy to challenge the athletes. We look to challenge the toe, foot, and ankle for the lower body and quad and hip function. The backpedal can also be intertwined with the 180 Series to challenge the body and spatial awareness.…
 
This episode features Jean Baptiste Laporte. JB is entering his ninth season with the Carolina Panthers, and his second season as the director of rehabilitation. In his current role, JB is tasked with assessing injury prevention and rehabilitation of all injured personnel. Laporte previously served as a physical therapist and assistant athletic tra…
 
This podcast is a teaching tool for the various methods, strategies, and principles I have used to build my speed and performance model and systems. Let's dive into the 7 Movement Patterns that should be the foundation for all athletic development programs. These 7 Patterns are fundamentals that allow the more sport-specific movement skill to becom…
 
This week's Sunday Re-Marks is a little ode to my old team. The 2008-2009 season was my last year in the NHL. I chose to retire at the end of that season and move on to other things I wanted to experience. I was blessed to see the dawning of a future Hall of Fame goalie. I knew then he would be something special one day. I watched him in his first …
 
This is such an important episode. Every parent, every coach, every young athlete should hear this episode and understand how easily our children can fall prey to evil. There are so many great youth coaches out there working hard to see our children find joy and growth in play, but there are also some terrible individuals we must all work to elimin…
 
This episode is a return after a few weeks' absences to discuss the idea of starting from a place of kindness, consideration, and compassion when interacting with others. Instead of standing in judgment, or reacting with anger or hate, begin by trying to understand. Being curious, asking questions, and becoming informed is the most important part o…
 
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