The Decoding Excellence Show, hosted by Adam Ringler, is an exploration of the human element behind world-class performers. A bit-by-bit deconstruction of the architecture and coding for human excellence. The show is centered around intimate conversations with masters of their craft, in order to deconstruct and decode the tools, tactics, and techniques that encapsulates excellence.
In this episode of the Decoding Excellence Show, I'm discussing how we utilize Isometric Training across our performance benchmarking & testing, strength and conditioning programming, and several of the technologies we use to collect this information.
In this episode of the Decoding Excellence Show, I'm discussing the all too common debate between sport science and performance coaching. To be fair, it is a common debate I hear often between the pure academic sport scientists and strength and conditioning coaches "in the field".
In this episode of the Decoding Excellence Show, I'm speaking with Jim Garofalo, Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing for KINEXON. This show is a first as we begin to spotlight innovative companies who are leading the sports performance industry.
I'm discussing many of the leadership lessons I've learned, through the successes and failures of operating in elite sport. I discuss tactics to help empower leadership and decisions among your athletes and co-workers.
In this episode of the Decoding Excellence Show, I'm discussing my thoughts of the use of sRPE in applied settings, the Acute:Chronic Workload Ratio (ACWR), and other derivative expressions of acute:chronic formulas like the exponentially weighted moving average (EWMA) equation.
In this episode of the Decoding Excellence Show, discussing some of my thoughts surrounding continuing education, the many online Zoom & Google Hangout conferences and clinics, and things you can do to continue along your own personal development initiatives.
In this episode of the Decoding Excellence Show, we're returning to our Monday Minute theme and discussing some of the strategies I'm returning to in the New 2020 Year. I talk about meditation, bullet journaling, creating new things, and finding a "third place".
I'm discussing Martin Buchheit's article "The Noble Ranks of Performance Roles - Who's a king - who's a duke?". In addition, I discuss what titles, roles, and responsibilities really mean within High Performance Athletics. Later in the show, I expand on the direction of our industry.