Category — Interviews
I recently had the pleasure of being interviewed by Joe Heiler for his website, www.sportsrehabexpert.com.
To listen to the interview CLICK HERE.
April 29, 2013 2 Comments
This weekend I had the pleasure of being interviewed by my friend and colleague, Mark McLaughlin, owner of Performance Training Center in West Linn, OR.
Mark asked me about a variety of topics including:
- My training philosophy
- Problems I see with youth athletic development- How my music education helped shape how I think about coaching
- Some of my thoughts on the profession as a whole
CLICK HERE to read the full interview.
February 11, 2013 2 Comments
Several months back I was asked to be a part of a roundtable discussion on Heart Rate Variability conducted by Craig Weller for T-nation.com.
The roundtable included a number of other industry experts (a group of individuals I am happy to be included in):
- Andrew Flatt
- Joel Jamieson
- Simon Wegerif
- Jonathan Pope
- Mike T. Nelson
- James Heathers
- Dave Tenney
Big thanks for Craig Weller for putting this together.
If you are interested in reading the roundtable discussion CLICK HERE.
September 11, 2012 8 Comments
Having been in this industry for almost twelve years now I always think back to the professionals older then I who were generous with their time to sit down, talk shop, and answer my questions. As a way to give back I always try to make time for individuals who want to meet up with me for a cup of coffee to talk shop, especially if they are younger coaches who are up and coming and hoping to get some questions answered.
Last week I had the pleasure of meeting with a young strength coach, Paul Fabritz, who is finishing up his bachelors degree at Arizona State University. Paul asked to meet me for coffee to ask me some questions about program design and energy system training. What was most impressive is that I didn’t even know I was being interviewed! Not once did Paul pull out a piece of paper to write on and he wasn’t recording anything either. We had an hour long conversation and he went home and wrote the answers to my questions out right off the top of his head!
To check out the interview CLICK HERE.
September 6, 2012 No Comments
A few months ago, in between seminars at the Boston Sports Medicine and Performance Group Conference, Charlie Weingroff and I sat down to discuss the topic of “Should Manual Therapy Hurt?”. We recorded our discussion for Laree Draper’s Movement Lectures Website.
For those interested in checking out the discussion, it can be found HERE for instant download as well as PDF transcript.
August 7, 2012 No Comments