I’m going back to my roots with Coach Tommy Moffit and Coach Eric Donoval, two of my former colleagues from the LSU Strength & Conditioning Staff. In this episode, we’ll be diving into a lot of what makes LSU Strength & Conditioning so successful as well things like segmented training, “slow cooking” athletes, the new LSU program structure, and how they’ve been able to develop explosive strength in their athletes through triphasic training. Whether you’re new to strength & conditioning or an athlete looking for proven methodologies, this one is for you. If you like this episode, be sure to check out episode 3 with Coach Tommy Moffitt. Enjoy the show.
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Topics of discussion:
[8:00] Baptism by fire
[12:00] Slow cooking athletes
[14:15] “Freaky Fridays”
[23:09] The new program structure
[26:20] Triphasic training
[35:30] Working with female athletes
[39:15] Good Coach, Great Coach
[45:40] Coaching mistakes
[59:00] Continuing your education
Applied Sprint Training – James Smith Science and Practice of Strength Training – Vladimir Zatsiorsky Start With Why – Simon Sinek Triphasic Training - Cal Dietz
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