The thing about change is—whether it’s good or bad—it forces you to reflect on where you’re at, where you’re going, and where you want to be. So many pivotal moments in my life—from meeting my mentors, opening a gym, to raising kids—have taught me about being a coach, entrepreneur, and father. With the amount of […]
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Stefan Valdes on Developing an Elite NBA Off-Season Program
46:24Like many new coaches, Movement Lab Co-founder, Stefan Valdes, once copied more experienced coaches when training others—that is, until he entered physical therapy school. Stefan earned his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Miami, where he built and developed the critical thinking skills crucial to coaching clients and athletes. By integrating his DPT […] The post Stefan Valdes on Developing an Elite NBA Off-Season Program appeared first on Robertson Training Systems.
Brijesh Patel on Developing Your Mindset, Attitude and Self-Talk
50:32Brijesh Patel’s mindset and belief system about training and development drive his decision-making as a coach. As the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach and Director of Athletic Performance at Quinnipiac University, Brijesh believes in educating his athletes in a manner that encourages them to become better versions of themselves. While he’s been a highly regarded […] The post Brijesh Patel on Developing Your Mindset, Attitude and Self-Talk appeared first on Robertson Training Systems.
5 Superpowers that Can Make You an Elite Trainer or Coach
30:27I don’t know about you, but I’m a huge fan of comic books and superheroes. But here’s the thing about most superheroes: they’re either born with a superpower—like Superman—or, they’re given one—like Spiderman getting bit by a spider. On the other hand, trainers and coaches—though heroes in their own right—aren’t born with or given these […] The post 5 Superpowers that Can Make You an Elite Trainer or Coach appeared first on Robertson Training Systems.
Josh Lindblom on Mental Toughness and Long-Term Success in Professional Baseball
1:00:41Throughout his 15 seasons in professional baseball, Josh Lindblom has learned that you have to find a way to differentiate yourself in the game. After being drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the second round of the 2008 Major League Baseball Draft, Josh made his debut in 2011 and played for several organizations, including […] The post Josh Lindblom on Mental Toughness and Long-Term Success in Professional Baseball appeared first on Robertson Training Systems.
David Joyce on Knowing vs. Learning, Instinct and the Role of Experience in Coaching
54:26David Joyce’s passion for developing people has been the red thread that goes through everything he does. For more than two decades in his career in elite performance, David has trained, rehabilitated, and maintained multiple world champions, Olympians, and more than 100 national champions. He was the Head of Athletic Performance of the Greater Western […] The post David Joyce on Knowing vs. Learning, Instinct and the Role of Experience in Coaching appeared first on Robertson Training Systems.
7 Simple Tips to Write Better Training Programs
37:52One of the many things I’ve learned over the years about writing programs is that there’s a bell curve involved. When we’re just starting out, we don’t know much about training, let alone actually designing a program. But as we move closer to the apex of that bell curve and accumulate more experience as well […] The post 7 Simple Tips to Write Better Training Programs appeared first on Robertson Training Systems.
Cody McBroom on the Prime, Progress and Prosper Approach to Flexible Dieting
1:07:52Cody “Boom-Boom” McBroom believes that nobody is truly self-made. A nutrition coach and fitness entrepreneur with over 11 years of helping people optimize their health, Cody believes that he wouldn’t be where he is today without the people who were willing to help him. By poking his head in the right rooms, asking questions, and […] The post Cody McBroom on the Prime, Progress and Prosper Approach to Flexible Dieting appeared first on Robertson Training Systems.
Luka Hocevar on Collecting Role Models and Hunting Skillsets
1:07:53My good friend, entrepreneur and coach, Luka Hocevar, always seem to move a thousand miles an hour. And with the many hats he wears, you may get a different answer every time you ask him what he does. While he dabbles in real estate, he is also the Founder, Owner, and Operator of Vigor Ground […] The post Luka Hocevar on Collecting Role Models and Hunting Skillsets appeared first on Robertson Training Systems.
Joel Smith on the Who, What, When, Where and Why of Elastic Training
58:21Joel Smith considers himself a “born mover.” As a young athlete, his passion for developing his athletic outputs—from movement and sprinting to jumping and dunking—led him to play at the national level in track and field and athletic performance coaching. However, his mentality towards athletic development revolved around strength. It wasn’t until learning from other […] The post Joel Smith on the Who, What, When, Where and Why of Elastic Training appeared first on Robertson Training Systems.
Jeremy Frisch on Plugging the Holes of Youth Athletic Development
59:55According to youth sports coach, Jeremy Frisch, playing sports can open up whole new worlds for any person. Jeremy’s the Director and Owner of Achieve Performance Training, a physical fitness facility in Clinton, Massachusetts that focuses on youth athletic development. Jeremy believes that it’s essential for kids to explore experiences, making it more critical for […] The post Jeremy Frisch on Plugging the Holes of Youth Athletic Development appeared first on Robertson Training Systems.