Just Fly Performance Podcast
Jarod Burton goes into a topic that he touched on in the last episode: the role of perception in building game speed and athletic ability.
377: Boo Schexnayder on Elasticity, Proprioception and Motor Learning Concepts in Athletic Development
Boo Schexnayder on proprioception in complex training, reflexive leg action, pelvic and lumbar mechanics in running, and much more.
Todays podcast features a question and answer series with Joel Smith
Rich Burnett and John Garrish on training reactive ability in plyometrics, double vs. single-leg reactive strength tests, and much more!
Chris Scott on the results of his high drop training, single-leg drop training vs. double-leg, and the related implications, and much more.
DJ Murakami on importance of consequence and danger in activities, the difference between play and formal training, and much more.
372: Sheldon Dunlap and Jeff Howser on Oscillatory Strength Training for Speed, Strength and Power Development
Sheldon Dunlap and Jeff Howser speak extensively about the nuances of oscillatory strength training for athletics.
Jake Tuura discusses tendon health, tendon training, connective tissue, variability, long-term developmental concepts, and more.
Jamie Smith talks about both the biopsychosocial and top-down/bottom-up models and how to integrate them into a training model.
369: Brady Volmering on Shattering Strength and Power Barriers with Non-Traditional Training Methods
Brady Volmering talks about his single leg depth drop practice, the recent changes he made in his programming to physically transform himself across the past year, and then how he has taken those prog