From the NFL to 70 College Campuses, Lessons From Elite Coaches – With Benjamin Jensen, Firstbeat – Ep. 8
Today we’re speaking to our very own Benjamin Jensen who will be sharing some of the insights he’s picked up along the way working with elite teams.
UMBC Women’s Soccer’s Assistant Coach talks about building trust between coach and athlete, preventing soft tissue injuries, the changing landscape of NCAA competition and coaching, + more
The Tampa Bay Rays Minor League S&C Coordinator discusses developing future MLB talent, individualizing training for different positions, the use of HR data in baseball + more.
Jeff is here to discuss topics including, the end of ‘no pain, no gain’ training, how data can help avoid overtraining and the differences between international and U.S. athletes.
Andy is here to discuss the role of an athletic trainer in DI sports, why he promotes a proactive rather than reactive approach to sports medicine, and the value of data in informing coaching decisions and the return to play protocol.
On the line today is Henry Barrera. Henry is the Director of Performance for the Liberty Men’s Basketball program, who are heading to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2014 after being crowned Atlantic Sun Conference Champions in their first season in the conference.
Managing Athlete Well-Being & Performance – With Michael Vaughan, Merrimack Women’s Ice Hockey Ep. 2
On the line today is Michael Vaughan. Mike in his fourth year as Director of Women’s Ice Hockey Operations at Merrimack College where he also serves as the team’s Strength and Conditioning Coach.
On the line today is Kevin Cronin from Colorado Springs. Kevin is a former NSCA Education Coordinator and has been the Head Strength & Conditioning Coach at Colorado College since 2012.