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Latest News

The CVASP Podcast Episode 20: Force Plate Round Table

In this episode of The Podcast we discuss force plates with Wake Forrest’s Ryan Horn, Inside Tracker’s Carl Valle, and Sparta Sport Science’s Mike Hoffmann. In the 75 minute talk we go over jumping and how it impacts programming, return to play and fatigue monitoring and where force plates can help with these, using force […]

INTRODUCING 2016 SEMINAR PRESENTER: BOB ALEJO-DIRECTOR OF STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING, NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY

With great excitement we introduce our fifth presenter for The 2016 Seminar, North Carolina State University’s Assistant Athletic Directory/Director of Strength and Conditioning, Bob Alejo.  Coach Alejo oversees all of the strength and conditioning efforts of the department, and coordinates the day-to-day efforts of the men’s basketball team.  Prior to joining the Wolfpack staff in April, Alejo served […]

The CVASP Podcast Episode 19-Dan Roose, University of Texas: Building A Culture

This week I sit down and talk with University of Texas Basketball Strength Coach Daniel Roose. Coach Roose, in my opinion, is the absolute best out there at building a team and establishing a culture from the weight room out to the realm of competition. In the 35 minute talk Coach Roose shares how they […]

INTRODUCING 2016 SEMINAR PRESENTER: DEREK HANSEN

Today we have the great pleasure to introduce our third presenter for The 2016 Seminar, Derek Hansen.  Derek is a NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist that has been working with athletes in speed, strength and power sports since 1988. Originally working with Track and Field athletes, Derek expanded his services to assist athletes in […]

The CVASP Podcast Episode 18-Building Robustness: David Hamilton, USA Field Hockey

In this edition of The Podcast, I sit down with USA Field Hockey’s Director of Performance Science, David Hamilton.  We discuss David’s approach and how it differs between the men’s and women’s side.  We then discuss what he’s looking for when prescribing training and how he defines work capacity. Next he goes into how he […]

INTRODUCING 2016 SEMINAR PRESENTER: MIKE CURITS-HEAD STRENGTH COACH, UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA BASKETBALL

With great excitement we introduce our second presenter for The 2016 Seminar, University of Virginia’s Head Strength Coach, Mike Curtis. Mike Curtis is in his seventh year as head strength and conditioning coach for men’s basketball at Virginia. He was named to the position on May 11, 2009. Before accepting the position at UVa, Curtis […]

The CVASP Podcast Episode 17: Athlete Profiling, Henk Kraaijenhof

In this edition of The Podcast I sit down and talk athlete profiling with Dutch sprint coach Henk Kraaijenhof. Henk discusses what he feels are the three most important things to look at when profiling athletes, the importance of identifying fiber type, why understanding the learning style of the athlete is so important, and the […]

Introducing 2016 Seminar Presenter: Sam Coad-Performance Manager, University of Oklahoma Football

We are beyond excited to introduce our first presenter for The 2016 Seminar, University of Oklahoma’s Football Performance Manager Mr. Sam Coad. Currently he is responsible for assessing and enhancing student-athlete readiness, performance and recovery as part of the comprehensive sports performance program, as well working as a strength and conditioning coach with the current strength staff. His previous experience […]

The CVASP Podcast Episode 16: Monitoring-Tim Rusbasan, Omegawave

Today we sit down and talk monitoring with Omegawave’s Customer Experience Manager, Tim Rusbasan. Tim and I discuss the importance of having a plan when implementing a monitoring program, how vital communication is, making alterations to programming, normalizing the data, and the cost of adaptation.

The CVASP Podcast Episode 15 Individualization, Dr Bryan Mann University of Missouri

In this episode of The Podcast we sit down with University of Missouri’s Dr. Bryan Mann. Dr. Mann discusses individualization of training and reminds us to start with the middle 70% and make changes from there. We then discuss how it’s ok to refer out for help when we are out of our wheel house. […]

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