Just Fly Performance Podcast
Chris Bramah and JB Morin discuss biomechanics, injury prevention, and factors influencing sprinting.
Sam Wuest goes into the ideas of movement quality, elasticity, stress, breathing, therapy, and more that can help us achieve better movement capabilities, later into life.
Alex Lee goes into aspects of long isometric holds on a physical and mental level, and how he incorporates them in his training programs.
Hunter Eisenhower and Mike Sullivan on key markers that highlight usable athletic force production, centering around altitude drops onto force plates.
Jeff Moyer and Mat Boul on how they assess and train clients using principles of neurological elements that can contribute to performance.
In this episode, Tyler Yearby goes into important topics that cross the worlds of motor learning and coaching in general and much more!
Alex Effer on how humans produce force in movement, how the internal and external rotation of joints creates effective motion, and more.
Aaron Cantor and Joel Smith discuss the key aspects of training the inner game of movement, through an exploratory and intuitive process.
Clifton Harski on how he looks at the human performance industry in light of movement + strength + conditioning, and not just the latter two.
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.