Episode 36: Using Emerging Strategies in Powerlifting Programming with Mike Tuchscherer (Part 1)



How do we minimize assumptions and simplify the powerlifting programming process? How do we maximize progress for the individual? How can we minimize uncertainty when peaking for competition? What does “fatigue” actually mean? We discuss these things and more with powerlifting coach and elite powerlifter Mike Tuchscherer.

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@miketuchscherer
@reactivetrainingsystems

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https://www.reactivetrainingsystems.com/

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Episode 35: Knee Function & Strength Differences Between Young Athletes Who Return to Prior Level and Those That Don’t after ACLR, with Matt Ithurburn, PT, PhD.



Do young athletes who return to prior level of sport after ACLR have better knee function and strength when they are cleared, compared to young athletes who end up with a second ACL tear or don’t make it back to prior level? The answer might surprise you..

What other factors should we be looking at for return to sport testing in athletes after ACLR? Researcher and clinician Matt Ithurburn, PT, PhD came onto the show to discuss these topics and more!

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@mattithurburnPT

Link to Matt’s paper discussed:
https://goo.gl/47GatD

Matt’s Google Scolar citations:
https://goo.gl/h441kC

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Episode 34: Powerlifting Coaching: A Constraints-Led Approach with Kevin Cann (Part 2)



How do we incorporate dynamical systems theory into powerlifting? Are common practices like structured training blocks and planned deload weeks the best approach? How can we modify training variables to address limitations and improve lifting performance? How are injuries best managed in this system? We discuss these topics and much more with powerlifting coach, Kevin Cann.

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@kwcann
@precision_powerlifting_systems

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www.precisionpowerlifting.wordpress.com

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Episode 33: Powerlifting Coaching: A Constraints-Led Approach with Kevin Cann (Part 1)



How do we incorporate dynamical systems theory into powerlifting? Are common practices like structured training blocks and planned deload weeks the best approach? How can we modify training variables to address limitations and improve lifting performance? How are injuries best managed in this system? We discuss these topics and much more with powerlifting coach, Kevin Cann.

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@kwcann
@precision_powerlifting_systems

Learn more about Precision Powerlifting Systems:
www.precisionpowerlifting.wordpress.com

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Episode 32: Periodization, Stress, & Uncertainty: Confronting an Inconvenient Truth with John Kiely



s periodization evidence-led or tradition driven? How has our knowledge about stress evolved over the last 100 years? What is the interplay between stress, training, and rehab? We discuss these things and much more with highly respected coach and lecturer, John Kiely.

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@simplysportssci

Paper Discussed on The Show:
1. http://bit.ly/periodization_
2. http://bit.ly/periodization2

John’s ResearchGate Citation List:
http://bit.ly/kielycitations

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Episode 31: Do our rehab clients NEED strength training? With Dr. Scotty Butcher



Show Notes:
Is strength often the missing ingredient in therapeutic exercise programming? Is “training for the sport of life” equal to “train your rehab clients like athletes”? We discuss these things and much more with Dr. Scotty Butcher, along with his latest research on lumbar spine mechanics in squatting and deadlifting.

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Website: https://www.thestrengthjedi.com/
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPZXOM8AFvlQ82SQ7YOlXyQ
Instagram: @thestrengthjedi
Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/TheStrengthJedi/
https://www.facebook.com/Dr.ScottyButcher

Scotty’s Google Scholar citation list:
http://bit.ly/2ZlTKGR

Scotty’s “Why Strength Matters” video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OU3rPJVv9Gw


Episode 29: Training Load Markers and What We Need to Know with Franco Impellizzeri, PhD



What are internal and external training load markers? What is important information to track with our athletes, and what is fluff? How can we best use the evidence to guide our sports medicine decisions?
We discuss these topics and much more with performance coach and researcher Franco Impellizzeri.
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Episode 28: Returning Our Athletes to Sport: The Good, The Bad, and What We’re Missing with Dr. Mike Reiman



What are the key elements for a successful return to sport? What elements seem to be lacking in the research for both the hip and the knee? What does “return to sport” really mean, and what are the difficulties in reporting it?
We welcome Dr. Mike Reiman, a faculty member at Duke University and clinical researcher, onto the show, to discuss these topics and more.
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Instagram: @michaelreiman
Twitter: @mikereiman
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Episode 27: Creating Positive Change in Healthcare With Zak Gabor



What are the current issues affecting healthcare? How can we help change the culture and improve patient care? We discuss these things and much more with Zak Gabor of The Level Up Initiative.
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Episode 26: Q&A Series #7 with Eric Lagoy



In this episode, we welcome Eric Lagoy, DPT onto the show to answer questions from the ClinicalAthlete community, and to talk about the amazing Exercise Prescription class that he teaches for Quinnipiac’s DPT program!

Topics Covered
-Beard Maintenance
-Barriers to starting an exercise prescription course
-Do today’s students have a better understanding of S&C?
-Differences between exercise prescription and S&C courses
-What place does the science of pain have in an Ex Rx course?
-Example case studies in Eric’s Ex Rx class
-What role does power development have in gen pop?
-Strength training programming in Ex Rx class
Follow Eric on Instagram @emlagoydpt
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