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Great Podcast with Dave Tenney

Posted in Injuries, Strength Coach Podcast, StrengthCoach.com Updates, Training with tags , , on October 23, 2013 by mboyle1959

I listen to every StrengthCoach Podcast and enjoy them all but, if you are not a listener or are an occasional listener make sure to download Episode 132. The Dave Tenney interview might be the best of the year ( close second was a two parter with Al Vermeil in Episode 126 and 127).

Last week on StrengthCoach.com

Posted in StrengthCoach.com Updates, Training with tags , , , on September 10, 2010 by mboyle1959

I really thought I would get a handle on these updates after the summer ended but it’s Friday again and here I am writing about last week.

First up last week was Teaching Olympic Lifts by Josh Bonhotal. Josh is a the Assistant Strength Coach for the Chicago Bulls and another former MBSC intern. This article details how Josh teaches the olympic lifts. I’ll note that this is not how we teach them at MBSC. We are whole method teachers and actually choose to teach the complexes at the end of a session rather than at the beginning. I think it is really important to highlight contrasting styles on the site.

Next up was The Beginning of My Experience as an Intern at MBSC by Ben Bruno. Ben is a young guy who has just begun his internship and provides a great perspective. These types of articles allow some of our younger site members to get a nice view of the process.

The third article for the week was Work the Great Equalizer in Strength and Conditioning by Anthony Donskov. Anthony is a site member who has really begun to provide some quality content and this piece is another in a series of great contributions. Don’t let the title fool you. Anthony is talking about acceptable range of motion. This is a must-read article.

Video of the Week is a TRX Prone Reach and comes from Dewey Neilson. Make sure to check out Dewey’s shirt in the video.

Also, Anthony has Episode 63 of the StrengthCoach Podcast up. I know I mentioned it before but, take the time to download it and listen to Dave Tenney.

If you haven’t been on the site in a week, make sure to log on, read and listen.

Michael