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Improve your understanding of Human Movement! This information-dense, no-BS podcast is a platform for physical therapists, strength coaches, personal trainers, and anyone who moves to learn the science of human movement. Host Matt Casturo, physical therapy student and strength coach, discusses with a myriad of guests aspects of research, clinical techniques, coaching, and the application of information to training.
 
A podcast that is a deep dive on speed, power, strength, and endurance. We discuss winning cultures driven by successful leaders. Our podcast will target coaches who want to level up in their pursuit of lifelong professional development. We will talk to people at the tip of the spear in track & field, basketball, baseball, football, Olympic sports, strength & conditioning, and education. We will unearth the commonalities between successful programs from high school to college and event the p ...
 
Before playing six seasons in the NBA, Dan Dickau was Mark Few's first mega-star at Gonzaga. He helped lead the Zags to two NCAA tournaments, getting named first-team AP All-American before becoming a first round pick. Now an ESPN analyst, Dickau joins the Field Of 68 Network to provide Gonzaga fans with the best access and insight into their program that you'll find.
 
The GameChanger Basketball Podcast is about people who have dedicated their life to the game of basketball and learning more about who they are and how they got to where they are today. We want to facilitate meaningful conversations, analyze trending topics and continue to grow awareness around youth basketball. Be sure to follow us on twitter, @GCSportsHoops, Like us on Facebook, Facebook.com/GameChangerBasketball, Visit our website, GC.com
 
This is the Becoming a Lifelong Golfer Podcast where we talk all things, golf and sports performance, health, fitness, performance, rehab, nutrition and life. I am your host Doctor of Physical Therapy strength coach and Titleist Performance Institute Certified fitness professional JP GUIDRY DPT, CSCS TPI L2 I believe we are all athletes and that we should train like athletes to some degree regardless of our goals.
 
My purpose in life is to educate you on self care and engage your knowledge of the human body. In doing this I hope to empower you to take back control of your body, learn the dialect it speaks and give you the tools and skills to help prevent injury, illness and disease.
 
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5. Success is not hinged on what competitors do. 4. Clear standards matter but should have enough agility to fit all manner of circumstances. 3. Learn when to engage in debate and when not to engage. 2. Never be afraid to ask for help and don't be mad when some say no. 1. Live the "All Depends" philosophy. Visit our Sponsor Simplifaster: https://st…
 
Episode 083: Sports Illustrated Senior Sports Writer, Greg Bishop, joins me on the show to talk about success in basketball. Greg's feature subjects have ranged from Ricky Williams to Adrian Peterson to Aaron Rodgers. He spent time as the Jets beat writer for the New York Times and the Seahawks beat writer for the Seattle Times. I became friends wi…
 
In this episode we break down the physiological adaptations that athletes will gain from different forms of training. . We break down Anaerobic Training, Aerobic Training, Strength Training, Alactic Training, and Endurance Training adaptations and how different athletes benefit from each type of training. . Definitely check this one out if you are …
 
Today was like being a kid in a candy store as I had an absolute blast learning from Al Vermeil. Coach Vermeil is most famous for his work as the strength & conditioning coach during the Chicago Bull's dynasty run and his time with the NFL Championship 49ers. However, it's important to mention he has spent time with almost every level including hig…
 
More relationship-building in practice & less in competition. Don't be a distraction to the athlete or the team. Relationships matter more than technical expertise to your pupils. Perception is the reality to parents, guardians, and athletes. Parents are crucial to healthy coach-to-athlete connections. Please visit our sponsor Simplifaster: https:/…
 
Episode 085: Today I lined out a sample day of eating for basketball players. There's so much confusion about the best way to fuel your body on the court, and so I simplified things by sharing sample breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack options to optimize performance. Click here to get your FREE Copy of the Basketball Nutrition Game Instagram @HoopC…
 
It was my pleasure to have program builder, inspirational leader, and hurdle expert JT Ayers. JT starts our conversation about the importance of finding the right mentors and humbling yourself to create connections with coaches who are doing things right. These networks are critical for our growth into better servants to our community. Next JT and …
 
Longtime radio Voice of the Indiana Pacers Mark Boyle chats with Drew, Petey and Steve-O about everything Indiana Pacers including everything from: His early heroes/mentors in the business Preparing for Big Calls How Special his job is & How great the Ownership/Management is in Indiana His memories of 25+ years working alongside Bobby "Slick" Leona…
 
Today I discuss sprint training for master's athletes. We start out discussing acceleration and its value for older sprinters. Then we move to how to implement upright running by specifically targeting stride length by maintaining it for the long haul and how to improve it. Next, I lay out a way for master's sprinters to handle their off-season con…
 
Episode 081: Even if you're don't end up being a coach or going pro, you can still enjoy basketball for a lifetime. In today's interview, Jess Walter shares how his love of hoops has helped him as a writer. Jess Walter is the author of nine books, most recently the national bestseller The Cold Millions and #1 New York Times bestseller, Beautiful Ru…
 
The loss in the national title game still stings, but the pain was mitigated just a little bit thanks to Monday's news. Chet Holmgren, the No. 1 player in the Class of 2021, has committed to play at Gonzaga. What does it mean? Paul Biancardi joins Dan Dickau to break it all down for you. Intro music: Cherry Metal by Arthur Vyncke | https://soundclo…
 
It was my great pleasure to have one of the most prolific Olympic coaches in history on my podcast, Stuart McMillan. Coach and I started our discussion on the importance of the rare centrist. We talked about his early mentors and even his own athletes as teachers. Coach McMillan explained the importance of developing a relationship where the athlet…
 
In today's chat, I discuss that technical training does work. We then dive into Derek Hansen's idea about the simple model and cue of #bethehashtag. Technical work must be seen daily in training to build the movement patterns you want to see. Just like all other training to maximize an individual's potential, we must steer our interventions to our …
 
After just being chosen to work the 2021 MBB Final Four in Indianapolis, NCAA Referee Gerry Pollard joins the show to discuss his unique viewpoint from an official's standpoint and from a coordinator of officials standpoint as well. For officials looking to further their officiating prowess, you can check out HoopsOfficiating.com, or follow @Pollar…
 
Episode 080: When Gonzaga Basketball senior guard, Corey Kispert, was asked about his leadership style, he replied, "I like to lead from the middle." Bill Robinson is the president emeritus of Whitworth University and has written multiple books on leadership, including, "Leading People From The Middle." His style of leadership brings teams and orga…
 
The online fitness industry is a booming one. Now more than ever! With so many instagram accounts with 100k+ followers, blue check marks, and thousands of likes, it can seem that the market is completely full and your chances of success are zero. That couldn't be further from the truth. As my guest Clayton says: "There is no one you-er than YOU!" Y…
 
It is my great pleasure to present to you today Coach Robert Assise, nationally renowned jumps coach, writer, and clinician. Founding father of Fieldfocus. Coach of scores of all-state athletes in the jumps and frequent contributor to Simplifaster. Rob and I covered a lot of ground in our 1.5-hour talk. Coach Assise discussed the development of jum…
 
1. Be consistent 2. Social Equity 3. No Outrageous promises 4. Honest even when hard 5. Be prepared in advance For elite performance technology please visit: https://store.simplifaster.com/sku/83/ To get your copy of the Sprinter's Compendium visit: https://store.vervante.com/c/v/V4081803315.html --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ryan-jos…
 
Women's hormones play significant physiological roles when it comes to exercise and adaptation. As athletes and coaches, we should be well aware of these to make better decisions to more positively influence our training towards better results, recovery, and performance in sport. Dr. Lexi Kantor is a specialist in this area working primarily with r…
 
Buddy Morris is a force of nature this is an unvarnished conversation with colorful language abound. Buddy holds nothing back in his honest approach to four decades of sports development. In this particular conversation, I allowed coach to dive into his stream of consciousness and take me along for the ride. We discussed athletic development at the…
 
Thoughts Why We Should Try to Coach from the Emotional Middle Ground To pick up the Sprinter's Compendium: https://tinyurl.com/y6eydy6w​ To follow me at Twitter: @SprintersCompen To follow me at Instagram: ryan.banta 1. Influence of Wooden 2. Magic and Kareem Story 3. My own story 4. Long-lasting benefits 5. It's getting harder --- Support this pod…
 
Ray Giacoletti, Leon Rice, Bill Grier and Dan Monson joined our Dan Dickau for 68 Shining Moments this week to put together a ROAST of Gonzaga head coach Mark Few. This is GOLD. Presented by DraftKings Sportsbook, use promo code FIELD68 Intro music: Cherry Metal by Arthur Vyncke | https://soundcloud.com/arthurvost Music promoted by https://www.free…
 
Episode 078: Instead of waiting to get injured and doing rehab, use prehab to keep you healthy on the court. Physical Therapist, Brian Cronin, joined me on the show to share the exercises that he uses with his athletes to reduce the chance of injury. In 2004, Brian co-founded U-District Physical Therapy with myself and our third partner, Jeff Hart.…
 
It was my distinct pleasure to have a great conversation with Olympic champion and World Record holding sprinter Bianca Knight. We discussed the rapid rise to track and field stardom. She took us through her transition from amateur to professional ranks. Bianca talks about the importance of being true to yourself and how sometimes the solitary purs…
 
Bellarmine MBB Head Coach Scotty Davenport chats with Josh, Drew, Steve-O, & Petey discussing all things hoops...from his early days as a student-athlete, to his times as an assistant coach, to getting his own program at Bellarmine, and finally, to winning the DII National Title at the helm of the Knights. He also talks about his program’s DI trans…
 
Today I discuss the defense of old school methods. I ask the questions where you there, are/were they successful for a long period of time, and does the "new school" training pass the smell test? Further, I talk about having an open mind goes both ways. Plenty of absolutes out in the world but those standards are hard to defend. I then circle back …
 
Episode 077: Doing the work of personal growth off the court will lead to gains on the court. Performance consultant, author and speaker, Brett Ledbetter joined me on the podcast to share how his work is helping players and coaches grow as people. He focuses on character development, priority alignment, behavior management and self-awareness. Brett…
 
Coach Kebba Tolbert is a record-breaking coach at the Division I and Ivy League level. It was an honor to speak to Kebba about his development as a coach. We discussed the unique opportunities and challenges of coaching young adults at such a prestigious academic institution like Harvard. We discussed how he has been influenced by great coaches lik…
 
I discuss methods and means to improve cross-training options for sprinters through injury or plan B, C, D, etc. I move on to talk about how to improve the holy grail of speed, Maximum Velocity. I talk about how to manage when athletes are sore and what must be done to not interrupt the growth of speed in the process. I talk about if endurance trai…
 
Fellow alum and current broadcaster, Richard Fox, joined Dan Dickau this week to break down this Gonzaga's teams chances at making a run to the national title and finishing undefeated. Intro music: Cherry Metal by Arthur Vyncke | https://soundcloud.com/arthurvost Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com https://creativecommons.org/license…
 
Episode 076: Do you want to know learn more about NBA basketball conditioning and getting your players in optimal shape on the court? Conditioning is a lot more than just running until you're tired. There's an art and science to getting players ready for a long season and keeping them in shape through playoffs. Willie Cruz is the Director of Perfor…
 
It was a pleasure to dive deep into the science of high speed. We did deep dives into research mistakes and strategies coaches to best make use of their time studying research. We discussed how it's possible to marry science and high-performance coaching. Dr. Clark educates us on commonalities and motor realities in research on limb velocity. He ta…
 
After many years as a WKU WBB assistant coach, the head WBB coach at Austin Peay, and the head coach at Clarksville Academy, Coach Carrie Daniels is now the head girl's basketball coach at Scottsburg High School - her alma mater. Coach Daniels talks about many fond memories as player, moving to Las Vegas to become an assistant coach, working Michae…
 
In this week's bonus drop on the pod, we turn to Reddit for questions from their sprint community! We discuss building speed in many different forms and events. I give my unfiltered opinion on the Toe Drag technique during a sprint block start. Then we break down the mysticism behind drills and teach their real purpose in daily training planning fo…
 
Mike Nilson played for Gonzaga when they made it to their first Elite Eight back in 1999. He joined this week's Bulldog Broadcast to talk with Dan about that infamous cinderella run and this year's team. Presented by DraftKings Sportsbook, use promo code FIELD68 Intro music: Cherry Metal by Arthur Vyncke | https://soundcloud.com/arthurvost Music pr…
 
Episode 075: Dan Dickau joined me on the podcast to talk about coaching youth basketball. When I speak at summer camps, I always use Dan as an example of someone who held his dreams close to his heart and put in work. Holding your dreams tight and putting in work are two qualities I want to teach my kids. I tell them to hold your dreams tight becau…
 
Today we talk with recording-breaking coach and author Sean O'Connor. Sean has singlehandedly rewrote the Missouri distance records both in XC and track & field. Coach O'Connor and I discuss his influences that led to his path into coaching. He lays out his unique system of training that he developed from some of the biggest names in distance coach…
 
Gary Bell is one of the best defenders to ever play at Gonzaga, and he was a star for some of their best teams. He joined Dan Dickau on this week's Bulldog Broadcast. Presented by Draft Kings Sportsbook, promo code: FIELD68 Intro music: Cherry Metal by Arthur Vyncke | https://soundcloud.com/arthurvost Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.…
 
1. Have you read the book Born to run and if so thoughts? 2. If you have read it, how do you think running sandals or minimalist shoes would translate on the track for shorter distance sprints as opposed to the long runs in the book? Feel free to tag anyone that might have input. A. Purpose B. Injury prevention C. Implementation D. Caution E. Other…
 
From across the ocean, we get to have a pleasant chat with Mike Hurst the godfather of the Concurrent System for sprint training. Which lines up nicely with the critical mass system discussed recently. His modular methods have produced World Class competitors for 40 years! He discusses the microcycles that are used in his unique program. We highlig…
 
In this episode we discuss the principles involved in making strength training decisions for runners. . Some of the things we get into include positional tolerance, tissue capacity, muscular endurance, neuromuscular adaptations and much more. . At the end of the video I break down some exercises that I recommend and some that may be over rated for …
 
We at the Field of 68 media network are thrilled to announce the launch of a new series called 68 Shining Moments. We’ve spent the last four months amassing interviews with the people that lived the greatest, the most memorable moments in the history of the NCAA tournament. We went straight to the horse’s mouth to find out when T.J. Sorrentine real…
 
Former WKU forward & current UNCG MBB Assistant Coach David Boyden chats with us about all things involved with developing into an assistant coach, being a conduit between the players and coaching staff, and bringing back the glory days of his time on Sun Belt Championship teams as a Hilltopper! David can be followed on Twitter @CoachBoyden34 Also,…
 
I discuss the differences in three or e elite high school sprinters I have had the privilege to coach. I reflect on training methods, the difference in implementing that training, and what I have learned from coaching the trio of athletes. We look at their strengths and weakness along with the opportunities for other coaches to reflect on what I ha…
 
Tommy Lloyd is one of the best coaches in America when it comes to identifying and recruiting kids kids from overseas. He's also been Mark Few's right hand man for years. He joined Dan Dickau on today's Bulldog Broadcast to talk about the path Gonzaga has taken to become a juggernaut in college basketball. Intro music: Cherry Metal by Arthur Vyncke…
 
In episode 4 we talk with Latif Thomas. Coach Thomas is an elite speed and sprint coach! As the owner of Complete Track & Field, he has provided content and value to coaches around the world. We discuss his evolution from a young coach searching for knowledge to becoming one of the best educators for the sport on the planet. Coach discuss who or sh…
 
JP Batista was one of the best Gonzaga centers of all time, and he also happens to be involved in one of the most memorable moments involving any Gonzaga team - "Batista with the CATCH!" He caught up with Dan Dickau on today's episode of the Bulldog Broadcast to talk through his career and this year's Gonzaga team. Intro music: Cherry Metal by Arth…
 
End the War on TEMPO. It's NOT a four-letter word! As a tune-up for the upcoming VSPC coach Tyler Germain & Coach Banta sat down to answer questions about tempo training for sprinters. They discuss implementation, differences for events, and evolution of the training modality throughout the track and field season. When finish by answering numerous …
 
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