Podcast #46: Jumps, Knees, Basketball with Nick Cuzzone

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/jacked-athlete-podcast/id1462537296 Performance Natural, elastic, springy guy: “If we put 3 inches on your vertical, is that gonna make you that much of a better basketball player?” “If we put on 15 pounds of good weight, that’s probably gonna help you more make that transition to the college game.” “The ones who are serious about playing…

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Podcast #45: Go Down Leg, Stand Up Leg with Adarian Barr

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/jacked-athlete-podcast/id1462537296 Sweet Spot “Squat down, grab your toes, straighten your legs out, there goes your sweet spot.” “The sweet spot on the go up leg is going to be tall, in a sense… on the go down leg is going to be more of a horizontal pointing direction.” Up Leg, Down Leg Legs: “One of…

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Podcast #44: Patellar Tendinopathy vs. Patellofemoral Pain (Part 2) with Jill Cook

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/jacked-athlete-podcast/id1462537296 Differential Diagnosis “Pathology is not the cause of pain” You can’t have both PFP and PT “because they’re completely different loads that initiate them.” “To get patellar tendinopathy, you have to have really high tendon loads and you won’t get to high tendon loads if you have patellofemoral pain because you actually can’t get…

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Podcast #43: Rehab 2.0 with David Grey

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/jacked-athlete-podcast/id1462537296 “Most people, there’s just massive amounts of low hanging fruit. In general, most people do things really poorly and they don’t have to get that fancy for the first 80% of their training.” In relation to PRI and asymmetries: “We have two sides of the body and we still need to be able to…

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Podcast #42: More Neurology with Dan Fichter

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/jacked-athlete-podcast/id1462537296 The Brain “Voluntary movement happens in the weight room. That’s 10% of our output. The other 90% is reflexive.” “Pain is completely neurological.” “The brain stem controls your flexion and extension synergies.” “There’s nothing wrong with it [proprioceptive work], it’s just neurology has a greater impact on your overall movement capacity and your ability…

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Podcast #41: Muscle Physiology in Knee Pain with Greg Hawthorne

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/jacked-athlete-podcast/id1462537296 Funnel Types “The wider you are up top versus the narrower you are on the bottom, the better force producer you’re going to be.” “You’re taking a whole lot of stuff and you’re pushing your guts down into a smaller bowl…. I’m going to build up that pressure fast.” “Really wide hips… really small…

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Podcast #40: Knee Pain Biomechanics with Conor Harris

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/jacked-athlete-podcast/id1462537296 Why do table tests even matter? “If you can’t do it on the table, there’s no way you’re going to be able to do it on the field or on the court or in the weightroom without compensating.” Ankle Sprains “If you can’t trust that foot… then everything up the chain is going to…

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Podcast #39: Collisions with Adarian Barr

https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/jackedathlete/Adarian_Barr_Collisions.mp3 https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/jacked-athlete-podcast/id1462537296 Collisions Harmonics and vibrations, wanted and unwanted. “Collisions can create unwanted vibrations.” “A bad collision creates unwanted vibrations.” “It’s a collision all the time.” “How do I make these things work to smooth out so they’re not just destroying tissue.” Delaying the collision “I want the vibrations to travel a longer path, not…

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Podcast #38: Neurology and Pain with Jeff Moyer

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/jacked-athlete-podcast/id1462537296 “No one system of the body gets injured alone and no one system of the body heals alone.” “I’ve never assessed an athlete who has knee pain, non-contact related, that was not a heel striker when they run.” “Total Motion Release Technique, in a nutshell is just, use the good side to fix the…

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Podcast #37: Simplifying Compression and Expansion with Angus Bradley

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/episode-37-simplifying-expansion-compression-angus/id1462537296?i=1000521057627 “When we inhale, your thorax gets bigger, you’re expanding.” Compression/exhalation/force production side of things. Inhalation/expansion/yielding movement. “That’s all athletic training is… these constant cycles of compression and expansion in various ways.” “Some people have long ground contact, some people have short ground contact, some people have long penultimate steps, some people have short penultimate……

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