Welcome to the Firstbeat Sports Podcast where we talk with coaches and sports scientists to explore the latest in performance monitoring and how it is making a difference in NCAA…
The Binghamton Devils S&C coach talks the impact of the Coronavirus, handling the grueling AHL schedule, position-specific data, and working with the New Jersey Devils to create a consistent strength and conditioning program.
The Eintracht Frankfurt Strength and Conditioning coach discusses the changes to training and procedure caused by the Coronavirus pandemic, keeping players engaged, and how he acclimatizes new signings to ‘Bundesliga fitness’.
The High Performance Director of Burke Mountain Academy talks developing Olympic athletes, prioritizing recovery, and the unique lessons from 20 years in alpine ski coaching.
A round up of the best bits from the first 10 episodes of the Firstbeat Sports Podcast. Featuring discussions from the worlds of baseball, basketball, hockey, soccer, tennis, and more.
The Senior Performance Advisor of AS Roma, Ed Lippie, discusses performance infrastructure at one of Europe’s leading soccer clubs.
The William and Mary Field Hockey associate coach discusses team culture, load management, coaching in Europe and the U.S., and more.
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 Nevolo, the Associate Head Coach for University of South Carolina Women’s Tennis, discusses how they use data to make smart training decisions.
Andy Bliz discusses 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.