17 Burst results for "Bill Hartman"

"bill hartman" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

Just Fly Performance Podcast

05:39 min | 3 months ago

"bill hartman" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

"The wall like organizing everything 'cause that's like our trainer one a control and make everything perfect but movement isn't meant to be perfect. It's meant to be chaotic. And we need to respect that and give them tools to handle the chaos. Yeah i like that. And i'm glad you brought that up. I know that's kind of later questions. That general topic. And i oftentimes to go What would you say like the the flow. This show. I like to kind of go order. Chaos of that makes sense like it's solid more solid questions and then were a little more esoteric towards the end but say what. What was that. bring me back. I have to bring myself back constantly. So i'm not that stupid but that maybe we can weave that in to the flow of the conversation today. And so let's start with this in the realm of inside out training and i really am excited to ask you this question because i have several clients that i'm working with that outside of like the bill hartman world and and all that inside out type all pressure systems and re reciprocity like i would have had no idea three years ago..

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"bill hartman" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

Just Fly Performance Podcast

07:48 min | 4 months ago

"bill hartman" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

"Yeah you could say to at sprinting or change direction you have forces how would you how mature phrases like you have more passive forces that are the result of collisions entering the system to versus exactly. Yeah exactly there's long lasting forces going through the by or more elastic forces that are required in the usa tendons and connected tissues in order to manage these hard collisions. As you said it's when we can't manage the heart collisions or we don't have the ability to maintain stiffness at the areas that we needed to that we start to ryan to maybe a little bit of these strains or or forced managing injuries associated withdrawn. I can't off the ground fast enough wrong graham too long. Now we gotta manage a lot more forces than we should be. And tendons are able to last glee. React right so there's a lot more while more forces we have to appreciate with running then walking. Oh yeah for sir. That's part of the beauty of it. Such a complex and beautiful puzzle with all the courses. You've taken so i think i look at some of the different train of guests that we've had on this podcast and a lot of people have been the compared to maybe sf mayor dns. Which i've i've gone through some like i have never been to a clinic. Corbin certified for that stuff. I've known coaches and therapists. You've done that work. In seeing the work done. And i i get it Especially can sf may maybe but We've been a big train of pri people with bill the bill hartman world. At least the people who've been on this show. So i'm curious i mean my from what you said. You talked about position inhaling exhaling gate. Those are things that i think are very common npr. I and bill talks about albeit very easy to get confused too. And hopefully that's the goal is to unravel some of that but would you say that Maybe as opposed to. I like some of those other systems. Those have any big rocks. Or those 'cause i from what. I'm aware of like essa familiar. I don't know how much they talked about like rib mobility inhaling exhaling. Like that kind of thing. I i it was. Did you like most of what you've gotten is out of. Copyright train or other other really valuable things that are stick with irregularly on other systems. I think so. Pure one hundred percent has been huge one of the biggest influences on me. I just like they're. They have more of an osteopathic approach to things where they view things. More systemically i mean. Now they're coming out with jaw related courses and stuff like that. It's just really cool to see how you can integrate not palace ribcage in the skull and the foot and like how all these different things interact versus. Orthopedic tight view of things where. We're just looking at mechanical way of how twins move right so here is definitely great I took dns and great l. One course You know. I took the exercise course. And they are talking a lot about how they apply baby movements. And how reflexes. Like where we were born are gonna relate to we have to store those innat- pathways. I had a hard time with that. You know the baby's adults or children whatever they're totally different in their genetic makeup in terms of you know like other tendons are former connected tissue. That the baby's head is as has so by the to get such a jeep squad. They don't have the ability they don't have the the have they've never really been exposed to law forces really. I mean our body like as dolls is a collection of forces that we've had to manage over long period time in traverse different environments. And that is why we get stiff. That is why we can't move certain things because we act were virus. Babies had no context yet right. Children no context inexperienced They have so much billy because their body. It's a name that we want as much we'll billion possible so that we can adapt to may different environments costal. But the reality is as you start to grow as you start to play different sports. Your body adapts and that's why not good whereas the baby sees legal everything because movements just articulation not this that forces exactly exactly just articulation to him to drop down to slot so when i really though about. Cnn was from what. i took his Today is in my warm ups. I think about the developmental sequences In terms of you know langley your back is the easiest disease control. Can't scrapping as land your side. You have the less point contact on the ground yet quadrupedal even less harder to maintain a position half kneeling. You've less as we go up. We now have to go from having twelve point contacts to the ground to just having to manage that in so instead of taking somebody from on their back. doing up. corrected wanna call it or some type of own movement. They weren't on the ground and then expecting them to translate at plunder standing on two feet. I don't think that that's very logical conclusion. That big box can be Transfer because you're dealing with different gravitational hiri- right so warm. I i really do think of things as they nor developmental sequence of not so much like this little baby did but more so diesel gravitational demands and supine is easier than quadrupeds because of the reduced gravitational demands right. I like that that system. I'm not a huge fan of their sesame process on. I just think that it's super specific to their thought process and estimate the real they had like about is taking active measurements and applying to the. So it's like hey look at okay. Great current rate down. Look at flush destroy likewise look a hip extension starting to tease out. What may be happening during that active by taking pieces off the table. Now some say as little bit always taking pieces out of the the whole dynamic movement in you're not dynamic theories approach towards like folks online hartman neglecting. The how system moves together. It's like off provide us with more information to allow us understand. What's happening is the active movement. So i would say really the warmth from dns like the sequence and then Activists passes beijing lotion and assessment is kind of what i got from the rest of them long. And then yeah..

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"bill hartman" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

Just Fly Performance Podcast

05:15 min | 5 months ago

"bill hartman" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

"Isn't necessarily a bad thing. I don't know that it's a it's on like inherently a bad thing obviously when when it has injury related to it. That's where we start to worry about that. So yet. They're all like they're going to be very very different. Strategies based on based on what you're looking for or what you're looking at in a jump that will relate to a squad because a lot of times you put a barbell on someone's hands are on someone's back it looks like shape they're gonna follow that pattern also because they have to be able to to get themselves out of the bottom of movement in looking at so if i have a team in and i'm watching they're standing chm aside and i'm learning some things about them from from that and i feel like there's so i don't wanna make this question too complicated because i think there's just so much complexity and we can get lost. I will get lost in it. And i can only take so many notes because i think about to myself like i like the white scenario but i'm at i'm narrow like one hundred percent and i i know i can get into a deep squat easily. I just don't have any power down there. And i've always been like a foot connect so it's like my mechanism that i would not ban very much is different than what you were using a wide. I say i don't know but my thought is if we're looking at ideal squat depths for athletes on some level. I mean i think about justin moore and mike camp rainy here on the podcast and talking about how justin had a lot of injury issues. Mike was helping him using a lot of the bill hartman ideas and justin needed to yield more like he needed to get down into a squat one they were doing a ton of like heels elevated or slant board like doing oscillating catches with kettlebells. And all that kind of stuff and so they were trying to get him down deeper. And so i'm just thinking what's different with him. I mean again. He's probably a little bit more wide to narrow taught to like what's different with him who needs to get down deeper and a squad versus like you're seeing a volleyball player. Who might have the wider hips shoulders and things like that right so for justin in. I've seen a lot of his stuff to. And obviously i've worked with cambone passed so so i i know a lot of what they're doing right now and for it's there's kind of a two fold to this like he is someone who it was so output driven from what i understand for so long that like you know. He played football and he did all those things and he's been a kind of a lifelong weightlifter and and a lot of that's been heavy so Justin is kind of from from what i understand. Like a weird transition point where he needs to be able to accept load a little bit more like alcohol ungracefully but he needs to be able to allow that allow load to help him descend the also like she very much needs the low pushing down in certain positions so when he so think like in terms of production he's so vertically driven on compressive Pushing away from ground all the time that that to be able to to have any depth from a health standpoint from him he has to push down into a lot of these divisions or yes to drop down to him or yesterday you know we talk about the be the oslo tori stuff..

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"bill hartman" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

Just Fly Performance Podcast

05:45 min | 6 months ago

"bill hartman" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

"I wanna boo trip. Basically you're either on like a. It's almost like a left arm. Right arm is running the show. Right arm left arm something like that. Like one side of the body is kind of running the show and functional and then the other side is not in control. I'm sure he could explain it much better than me. But with his e-health you there's one side of your body that you actually. You might neurologically like like pressing and you would do feedback. You do like cuddle. Press your left arm right arm. Test range of motion and it was something to do with with that. So i did find that i was found that interesting but i think about ahead. Mike kozak and stephen leflore on the show. And seamless a bill hartman manatee with physical therapy and a lotta times as from what i heard. Some of the prescriptions to the athletes with issues was actually only jumping off one side. Like you like you're getting your right leg or something or you're not loading your left leg very well so only jump off that leg or only do for for a while to try to balance it out so i definitely get that for me when i do extreme. I so lunges easy for me to get down and when my left leg is in front. I think a lot of people probably have this issue. I cannot get down into it very well with my right leg in front. Because i have the p the twisted hips and so it's like that's the side that i'm horrible at. I feel like if i was going to just do one side. I would just do the right leg or something like that. That's going to the concept. And i mean this is probably the same as a lot of people out of they had something come on the saudi. Do an extra seat on that side but not not all or nothing by these guys. Were doing like wow. That's pretty dramatic. Yeah why not me. Give you always hoodlum audio australia. Why wouldn't you be doing the stuff that bring them back to the middle of a lot of sense of this but we had the courage to guy that dramatically in that spice so it was nice to say basics and then vice gives you the freedom to guy. And i'm going try that too with with much more dramatic ratio of forgiving excellent. Yeah when i was doing track in high school. I did do hurdles in college for a few years. But i've found that i hide jumped in long my left leg and hurdle off my right leg. Felt like that was a good i. I did a lot of that too. Because i was real. He'll heavy in my left leg takeoffs and i felt like that just slow me down for hurdles so the right leg is more now but that was a great balance like that was that was a good balance of things in part of me almost wants now thinking about that to do. Yeah from working with like a high jumper to say what if we just did. Step up on your right leg in the way. It's not the same motor pattern anyways like a step up is not a high exactly. Why not early. Why don't yeah. That's interesting interesting. Yeah i like to that. Because he had seen the dan doing this..

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"bill hartman" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

The Stephen King Boo! Club

04:22 min | 7 months ago

"bill hartman" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"Finds the down spaceship of the aliens and on its way to transport it to a secure facility at like drops from the plane or whatever land in springfield and then everyone gets psychic connections and whatever else it would explain why everyone in springfield has jaundice. Yes someone had to say it. Speak truth to power chris. Those are four. You've got it. We've got the tommy knockers. Tommy knockers the stand the stand the mist in the midst. Yes okay so we do. Have all four options. Excellent i might. I have a bonus one please the treat where just as a treat you make it so that instead of it being the dark tower series just just straight up the dark tower adapted by the simpsons would okay. What would homer be roland. Homer is roland. Bart is eddie. Okay but bert know. Eddie needs to be an adult friend. Because that makes bart jake. The kid would be jake know that actually works even better. I hate bar telling homer. Go on their other worlds. Being on there are other shorts than news. Reverend reverend lovejoy can be father callahan. injured trying to who would be. Randall flagg randall. Flag would be sideshow. Bob obviously and the crimson king would be mr burns. Yes like i sure deadwalkers a hard one. Because i don't want anyone to be. There's not really a good character that fits walker for a that. I can think of off the top of my head. I mean the monorail as blaine. The mono is an a pretty clear one to one. Oh my god if we could bring back. There isn't exactly by the way one person at the center of a very small ven diagram who is fucking stoked about. All these mashup castings that were doing this. One's for you if it's you and you're listening to this it's just you but i'm happy for you we're here for you feel hartman bill hartman bring on hartman back from the dead for the stephen king. Stand homer simpson's crossover. The great all right moving on to to. Let's let's get literary just briefly just briefly to justify this the existence of his episode. I would like to talk about. There are weirdly enough heavy prophecies in both and heavy religious themes in both. I quarters which i think is really fucking weird. Yeah yeah yeah leg out of the how is that. The thing that was in both was that there's like heavy prophecies and people discussing religion and then it's dropped. what what is it about domes. We gotta talk about god. I i mean. I think part of it is there. The religion is so chiefly american. True true i do think. And maybe i'm wrong. Tell me if i'm wrong i do. Think that the epa being epa is a legitimately fun twist. I would also point out that. There's something the simpsons movie hits different today in other ways that the one sequence they have with tom hanks When he goes up and he's like hello. I'm tom hanks. The american government has run out of credibility so the borrowing some of mine. Yeah really hit different ahead tom. Hanks going around talking about how you should get vaccinated. That was the sequence that made me laugh out loud. So i think it goes to show that some comedies stays relevant because the world doesn't change enough in the interim and i think that's true for the book also you know the the themes that still resonate or the ones that stuck around. There's a reason that book feels weirdly prophetic. And it's i think that when king was writing it he was assuming that the thing that would stay. Relevant is the environmental themes..

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"bill hartman" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

Just Fly Performance Podcast

05:09 min | 9 months ago

"bill hartman" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

"I won't really get a ton of time to develop this year. Is going to be terrible because they actually played in the spring day. Go home for the summer. Nick lay on the fall. But for me it's like how many of the basic patterns that i know. I wanna drain long-term them a ton of exposure to and then over time we'll start to overload it more and more girls. I'll give them a lot of credit like they actually took ownership of last week. I know i did whatever thirty five pound dumbbells for this thing about. Go up a little bit. Because it's the same amount of time so teaching them the basics of progressive overload but also like it's not rocket science by in on that side and it's not exactly tampa but just looking at from my lens to at closer to add a season like if i want more. It's an eight hour week. And i want to provide more essentially base dress like ask now that there's playa metric options that can utilize that will provide more e centric base stress. So although it's not a second century it's a very high four c. centric. So i think matching that along with the actual way exercises is born as well. I think if we had like a watt output of just a hard changing direction and athletes field and saw the force that goes through that. I think we might be less like you know. Have this like fister. We need to produce force with all our lifts backs. Like and i feel like the more you listen to pat davidson and all the people have learned from bill hartman as well as bill himself. It's like the more. You realize slaps. Because i see people getting extended i see the pelvic diaphragm not lining up. I see compensations happening. And i mean i. I learned the hard way by the time. I was in thirty thirty one. My pelvis was so is so and it still is very rarely tilted from not doing and actually the only time i personally slowed down and did those temples and i hurt my back when i was twenty six and when i was done after six weeks i jumped in. Pr on the jump. Like it's like i finally lined everything up and let myself. It's like you gotta start thinking about not from just pure output everything pure output. It's like there's gotta be a time where you teach yourself how to descend your pellet diaphragm and stay in position and teach yourself.

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"bill hartman" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

Just Fly Performance Podcast

03:22 min | 9 months ago

"bill hartman" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

"You just gotta learn to put yourself in the right position. And then it gets way easier with repetition of us doing us and it was just like a ton of really white. Nah our volume of stuff. And i remember like a month and a half later. The coach. like whatever you're doing it's awesome and it was like we're working most basic stuff. It's just teaching her hat. Moving at slowing her down a little bit but still learning how to like. Stand up. Really vassar jump. High whatever biz and it's like once that's tied in and if you communicate that to the entire team when you're working with them i think it makes it so much easier for like especially the woman's the women's side to like. Oh this makes a lot of sense. I just put myself in the right position to do this. And then it'll be better. Yeah i i definitely agree with the idea of the structure dictating the function at i. I remember your stories. Make me think about I have one kind of pop out and there was a tennis player as working with about four years ago. And the was like this guy. He's he's fast. Linearly like powerful that. He really has a hard time moving laterally on the court and i mean i would i knew back then was he had like zero internal rotation so you watch those tennis players in. They're ready position they. They're neither in their feet of this triangle. They do the little hop and they form this kind of triangle. This guy had like very limited capacity right off the bat. So it's like the only way that he's gonna have to somehow find a way to increase this guy's ability to get into you know somewhat of these positions if you're going to ask him to do this and he also did not to get to squat down and now i realize with bill hartman stuff and talking to more of that crowd. It's he had a hard time expanding as pelvic floor..

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"bill hartman" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

Just Fly Performance Podcast

04:21 min | 10 months ago

"bill hartman" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

"Science lab or just simple means this was an awesome show and it was great talking to even. Let's get onto it eamon. Welcome to the show man. It's great to have you here. I'm excited to have like apply metric and jumping discussion and those are always. That's one of my first. Loves in this The whole sports performers. Thanks so thanks for being on the show. Today you are very welcome. My pleasure dole so tell me a little bit about that. What drew you to like. Jump testing and that element and jumping imply metrics and that whole realm of sport science and sport performance. Yeah good question. am i think for me. I probably like most people in our profession. I started strength and conditioning and as more of a strengths guy than anything else. I would have been a little bit of a background or weightlifting and i was really lucky. You know early on in my coaching career to get exposed to good integrate apply metric training in a professional rugby program that i was involved in probably to give a lot of thanks there to a doctor. Tom com who am was a sprinter who worked for munster rugby. I work part time with him for for a season. And that probably started me down the right path. And at the time i was doing a phd in the area of kind of rehabilitation after acl injury and the main focus of that was around the restoration of strengthening cycle qualities after acl reconstruction so probably in the course of that phd. I probably wasn't that interested in the acl side of this but doing research allowed me to go off on little tangents and with people like tom and the interest. I guess that grew for me was around more of stretch shortening cycle function and its relationship to performance apply. Metrics jump training. And the like. So you said something interesting right off the bat thinking i feel like i don't think any i've heard any strength coaches who were like i i started doing all speed playa metrics and then later i really got into weightlifting. It's always it's always. I started with a lot of weightlifting. And then i got into you. Know z. i was just thinking. I don't often hear it the other way around. So no i think the exception to that as people who who find their way into a strength and conditioning because they they come from track athletics background and they offer so much value to teams. Where most of the staffer from the background. That that you've described and so it was almost the other way round for me. I probably got my one of those. I kind of good paying part time gigs. Because i had kind of a weightlifting specific experience and complimented est and the conditioning team. At the time this was a sprinter and conditioning guy An endurance athlete sprinter so they were well covered with both ends of the energy system spectrum but they may be had a little bit of a gap in terms of the strength coaching. And that's probably where i got my in at the time i got i got know like you said like the track thing i know for me. I definitely started with track but then also had a huge passer for strength cincy on a young age and then i've almost gone. I kind of went away from it a little bit. But i'm most coming back into it with new eyes now with a lot of like bill hartman principles and what pat davidson is talking about that stuff. And that's kind of reignited..

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"bill hartman" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

Just Fly Performance Podcast

04:02 min | 10 months ago

"bill hartman" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

"Let's get onto the show. Welcome to another show as we've talked about Several shows in the past and this is also a big interest of mine is how do we manage Different athlete types elastic or concentric. If you wanna use those terms in terms of how much weightlifting are we giving these out. They are we loading these athletes and beyond that question. I'd support ask. How are we losing them. When we do choose to put load on these athletes the second portion of that may be the thing that perhaps we don't think about quite as often when it comes to how we're moving athletes through the weight room experiencing in conjunction with everything else. They're doing whether we're working with track athletes Field athletes court athletes. Whatever we're doing. We want to give the athlete one. Just the the optimal amount of loading but to we wanna make sure that we're not bringing up unnecessary compensations as a result of the lifting practices. Were doing We've had other guests talk about this type of principle. And that's why i'm really excited to have angus bradley. On the show today angus is a strength coach. Podcast hosts from sydney australia He co host the high-performance podcast with his brother. Oscar and after focusing primarily on weightlifting for the first half of his career angus now finds himself spending much time outside of his lane and trying to identify the principles that really transcend all human movement. Trying to find those master keys that define movement across multiple disciplines like many guests on the show angus has been well educated in the compression expansion training ideals proliferated by bill hartman. That are absolutely pushing our industry forward..

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"bill hartman" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

Just Fly Performance Podcast

05:05 min | 11 months ago

"bill hartman" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

"Releasing Hopefully that made sense like a win all over the place. But but that's my basic prescription is start with the whole foods and then dig down into how you build ways to strengthen the weaknesses with the holes that are that are developing in that athletes profile. Yeah that's no. Worries about going around. Because i think it actually does all come together. This actually fits with a question ahead at the end of my list for you which is basically to begin. This will cover that too and the question is basically. How much extra stuff do you feel. You need to do for what you do. I mean doing our core. You'd mentioned. I think this is a couple of years ago as you'd think just dunbar. Parker pretty much weren't really squatting or lifting and you dunking better than you had before or when you were training for it and so. It's almost like when people are coaching. They oftentimes had this one technique in mind. Or you know you have your one prescriptive lift you really like or your one rehab at that you really like. Everyone gets that. But i do think there's a lot of merit to doing the least amount of extra stuff and just seeing. How long lake. Even you said you're doing gymnastics. And i think a little mma right and you're you're just going up and i think there's something to just letting someone progress without putting all this extra stuff just because it gives you a chance to see. I think how far you can go. And they tell us a little more information about that person before that you have to throw the whole system at them. So i guess we'll say well i'll say a few things actually wanna bring it back to what you just said and rounding that and circling that. It was almost like movement technique. You talked about. There's the quality of it but you talked a lot in terms of the compensation patterns. You pick up a over time like you turned your feet out so if we're reading this outta napkin or something it's almost like you have your compensation so that's like technical one you have your almost like also was caught with the sparta tests. I've been getting a ton and a people who learned under bill hartman. Lately and like your structure pat david sinclair dobbs david great. It's like almost the next thing is like the structure. Like if you've been just the us has been doing dead lift ton maybe that changes the structure of your ribs to be more of a narrow infrastructure handled. So that's making everything stiffer versus if you only squatted and that's all you did is you might be on that end of things so it's like you got your compensations and even with compensations. It's interesting. I been working with a young female runner recently. Who has a lot of knee issues and her toes are really turned in the opposite ears. And so the you know the first time she was in a group session. Just kinda you ask basic questions. Second time we ran an individual session and she said she did like a ton of jump. Roping like semi competitive. I don't know what exactly but i was like. Yeah i think. I could turn your toes in you know you people so i guess that's why you're so you got those two. But the third thing i if i had to kind of build this trifecta and the thing i was curious with like the martial arts i've seen like joseph and fighting monkey with this do.

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"bill hartman" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

Just Fly Performance Podcast

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"bill hartman" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

"The value of heavyweight lifting and the effects of heavyweight lifting over time. You're going to have a lot of camps that really prioritize and value the improvements of one our ems and lifting heavy and hard. And at the same time you have a fair number of high level. Sports performance coaches. Some of whom are very adamant against heavyweight lifting and heavy barbell trading for athletics citing limitations elasticity range of motion amongst other things as with so many things. The answer is often as to whether to do or not to do is often fairly individualistic and often lies somewhere in the middle based off the athlete standing in front of you what do they need their presentation. What's their history and the more we can understand the big picture with all this stuff and all the nuances and little variables that go into what happens when we dump a particular stimulus in the system. What is going to happen to the athlete. So our guests are justin moore and michael camper. Any justin moore has been a popular guest on this podcast many times in the past and has discussed advance by mechanical principles in regards things like breathing positioning and strength training bio mechanics of the big lifts and a whole lot more. I've learned a lot from him. And i'm really happy to have him back. He is the professional development manager and a master instructor at payback performance in rehab. Michael capellini or campo is a sports physical therapist phoenix arizona. He has previously worked with athletes of all levels and ages with experiences. Strength coach at parabolic and campo has completed internships with very high level coaches and therapists at places such as resilient physical therapy and fast and he's completed clinical rotation with bill hartman. So for this show We're going to chat a little bit about justin's case studies so a case study of justin moore and his history of knee injuries and some of the negative things that happened to him over the years. from a physiological and structural standpoint from tons of heavy lifting with a strain base strategy and. This is such an awesome case. Study 'cause justin and campo get into the nitty gritty of what specific key performance indicators. Are we looking at one. We are saying. Hey this out that yes has been lifting too much too much compression too much strain and then we get into specific strategies on how they worked with justin to help him overcome that and to get to doing the things that he wanted to do specifically in this case playing. Play football at a high level. This podcast has so many implications for really anytime. You're looking at that question of is this athlete lifting heavy too hard and too often. And what's happening with that over time. It's a topic. I'm really passionate about. And these guys do an awesome job of just bringing so many angles to the table and opening up our is in new directions so he could survive athletes to a higher level before we get started again. This podcast is brought to you by simply faster. Dot com supplies of high end trading technology as well as lost a pair herbs and fifteen percent. Off your lost emperor herbs order by heading to lose some sunfire.

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"bill hartman" Discussed on Quick News Daily Podcast

Quick News Daily Podcast

08:52 min | 1 year ago

"bill hartman" Discussed on Quick News Daily Podcast

"Check that out for sure. This next reporting comes from clark kaufman for the iowa. Capital dispatch newspaper. It's about someone who died at a tyson foods factory in iowa after being exposed to covid there. So they're filing a or the family. I should say his filing a wrongful death lawsuit. Allegedly tyson ordered employees back to work during covid but in secret supervisors wagered money on the number of workers who could get sick the lawsuit alleges that it required employees to work long hours in cramped conditions without providing the proper ppe and without ensuring workplace. Safety measures were followed allegedly plant manager. Tom hart ordered a cache. By in winner-take-all betting pool for supervisors and managers to how many plant employees would test positive for covid nineteen. I'm going to stop saying allegedly and just say that all of this is alleged in the lawsuit innocent until proven guilty. That sort of thing john. Casey and upper level manager at the plant apparently directed supervisors to ignore symptoms of covid and told them to show up even if they had symptoms of covid he also reportedly referred to covert as the glorified flu until workers not to worry about it because quote. It's not a big deal. Everyone is going to get it on another occasion. Casey intercepted a six supervisor. Who was on his way to get tested and told them to get back to work. Saying we all have symptoms. You have a job to do when one employee threw up on the production line. Managers reportedly allowed the man to continue working and come back the next day. It says managers at the waterloo plant began avoiding the plant floor for fear of contracting the virus. They delegated managerial authority and responsibilities to low level supervisors who had no management training or experience. They didn't require truck drivers and subcontractors to have their temperatures checked before entering the plant the article also mentions that tyson executives allegedly lobbied iowa governor kim reynolds for covid nineteen liability protections that would protect the company from lawsuits. Obviously this is all bad news but that thing about the liability protections is especially scary because that's what republicans in congress are pushing for the most. I even heard our local assembly speaker in wisconsin. Say that they want that. For companies here in wisconsin which they definitely should not be allowed to do. They can't say come back to work. We're not gonna do anything to protect you from the virus. If you feel unsafe at work in stay home you're fired. That shouldn't be how businesses are able to be run. The story about tyson foods is disturbing to say the least will be watching this closely. We're gonna alternate good and bad news today so in good news. Barack obama released his memoir us today. I think it was and eight hundred. Eighty seven thousand units were sold in the us and canada alone. And that's overall format so like kindle actual hard copies of books all of it and penguin random house. the publishers said quote. This was the largest first day sales total for any book ever published by penguin random house and quote good for president obama and the people clearly still love him all right onto the bad news. This is just getting old and it's getting more and more dangerous by the day and that's letting trump had this fantasy of saying that he still won the election. Somehow the first example here is a story. I talked about yesterday. The two republican election canvassing board members in wayne county michigan and. They're now trying to take back their votes to approve the certification so initially they voted no than yes and now. They're trying to say no again. They got a call from trump. On tuesday night after the meeting thanking them for their support and lo and behold on wednesday they suddenly wanted to take back their approval their reasoning. They were bullied. I'm not joking quote after the vote. The public comment period began in dozens of people. Made personal remarks against me and mr hartman. The comments made accusations of racism and threatened me and members of my family. The public comment continued for over two hours. And i felt pressured to continue the meeting without a break and quote. Here's the translation I'm a racist and people realize the truth and called me a racist and now i'm sad also. I didn't ask for a break boo freakin. Who isn't it kind of weird that the people who loved to say f your feelings and call liberals snowflakes are actually the most fragile people. It's ridiculous to think that these people are the tough ones. They always act like they're the victims. I haven't mentioned these people's names yet so here they are monica. Palmer and william hartman. Who goes by bill. You can find them on twitter as at monica s palmer and at hartman dude and hartman has two ends. Do with that information what you will. But no threats of highlands it cetera in arizona. Mohave county supervisor ron. Gould said quote there lawsuits all over the place on everything in. That's part of the reason why i'm in. No big hurry to canvas the election and quote even though there are no credible claims of voter fraud there or anywhere else in the united states. Remember his name in luzerne county. Pennsylvania republican joyce dombrowski. gebhardt said. She won't certify the results in her county without an audit of at least ten percent of the votes to make sure that some people didn't vote twice. Give me a break for people who hate wasting taxpayer money. These people sure love to waste taxpayer money on frivolous lawsuits and recounts in everything. Remember her name now. You might be saying well. These are just a few rural people whose counties aren't going to matter while besides palmer and hartman who are responsible for detroit. So why do they matter. This is why in arizona secretary of state katie. Hobbs sent out a statement on the threats made against her and her family saying quote. The truth is i was prepared for these threats of violence in vitriol. These actions are utterly abhorrent especially when directed at my family and my staff but there are those including the president members of congress and other elected officials who are perpetuating misinformation and are discouraging others to distrust the election results in a manner that violates the oath of office. they took in georgia. The secretary of state's wife got the following text messages this week. Quote you better not botch this recount. Your life depends on it and your husband deserves to face a firing squad and the rapids burgers should be put on trial for treason interface execution. Those were three separate messages. By the way at dominion voting systems who the voting machine that trump has been attacking on twitter for two weeks now said their employees have been the subject of threats and online harassment. A dominion spokesperson said quote. We've been working around the clock to address issues of law enforcement and take every appropriate measure. We can to ensure the safety of employees and quote. This doesn't happen in a world leading country it just doesn't republicans in congress mitch. Mcconnell most of all need to grow up intel trumpets over. Take this one step further. Imagine if a woman was still refusing to admit defeat over a two weeks later. Do you think he's white. Man would have refused congratulate the winner because the president needs time to cope with this. Of course then they would have been demanding a concession. The minute it was called by the way. I've been forgetting to mention our friend. Emily murphy the gsa adleman who won't sign the transition papers. There was reporting last night that she was on the verge of breakdown. So murphy breakdown was trending on twitter. Which was kind of amazing. She's having a breakdown allegedly because she won't do her job she'll get no sympathy from me for that. That's like saying all right since you guys want me to burn down my house. I guess i'll do it and everyone else being like literally. No one asked you to do that. So she's like well. Since you insist here. I go to beat this metaphor to death. It's like she started fire and is having a breakdown because she refuses to put it out. Just sign the papers and move on. Nobody would have known who you were. If you signed in the first place. Emily murphy monica palmer bill. Hartman ron gould. Joyce dombrowski gephardt remember their names and the violence and threats. They're inspiring this is not american. It's not who we are. And i'm hoping that there's legal consequences in their futures because holding up this transition and the next presidency.

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"bill hartman" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

Just Fly Performance Podcast

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"bill hartman" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

"Okay now today like this week is not because hey the arches today you know we're on the wedge training pro nation supernatural mostly Honestly not i would agree with the kids some new but most waved the flag instead. There is a difference in you. Know maybe you'll take me for this one day when you're hurt and twenty third killy's you're gonna thank me. Yes yes exactly. Yeah the wedges. I don i actually have found the same thing. I actually haven't really like made it out like that for the kids like this this day. I usually get the wedges out some kid if there's a pain issue they're not pro nateing. Okay let's get the wedge out other than that it's just let's get into arches and i like to think about it too. It almost like it gets into the more. You actually get into high high-speed sprinting. The more everything just turns into just circles durance circles and spirals and you start to think about it more like that than trying to say that this point in the sprint. This is pro needing. This is rotating here. It just doesn't you as you stop you kinda lose my mind round trip. Okay cool so i do wanna get to. I was going to say us to help. Translate research to seed said the space between the ball. The big toe ball of the little toe you said pinkie toe you lift piggy till upper away like you said pinkie toe. You're pushing away. Okay and trying to away in upper tad like you said kind of lynch pin to the whole whole deal but you gotta be able to keep the base of the pankey toe down and then again us use that with at all if if i tell them go inside edge there you know foot completely over pro. Nate's knee goes in not. I just want them to be that triangle. Just hit the single leaving it that with a lot of my kids i really kinda just leave it at that man. There's some kids and might combine came. Remember when you're setting up. Kim you know he's trying to run for a college scholarship and getting set up for forty. It's like okay. Then we might be okay gummy. Let's make sure doing this in your shoe at setup and all that kind of thing thirteen year old again. We talked about the nine-year-old truculent. Meet all that information. No no i really the less the better has just like we pay respect to your the organism. It's going to solve the problem injury or something you know right on. Hey will last thing. Let's get to is. i'd like to talk about. I mean we're probably to spend more time on the show talking about this. But that's okay so because you mentioned gripping and that makes me think about bull everyone that not everybody but at least in unilateral to- gripping particularly a lotta times. It's really do or always an injury like you. Hurt your hip. You hurt your knee than than the toe grip to compensate. Oh stephen at said that was like the bill hartman. Say like the to- the feet of the ultimate compensator. So where's the medium as you work your way like if you're working with athlete man there's doing a lotta toe gripping or maybe just ask this. How do you fit the foot stuff with what's happening upstream. Hip internal rotation compression expansion. Those types of things in terms of that much more than we are constantly trying to keep the base the big base of pinky in. He'll if we're doing squats squad type thing. And i assuming i want to heal down if it's a kid that i don't like their schumer..

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"bill hartman" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

Just Fly Performance Podcast

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"bill hartman" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

"This is a long time ago. I had an athlete so, you know, I've got this I do this this on my phone I got this AB training app and I saw you ABS all the time and I said said, how's it going? You know, you are getting stronger and I knew came to work with the fact that he wasn't a great mover that time because you know, I don't feel like it and I said, okay, you know, so I educated them on like sometimes we have to add contacts to our ab work meaning like we have to do ab work that that feeds us towards a movement that or a position that we need to get into so like for example, like the reverse crunch, you know to help, you know, getting a posterior tail in a squat like that's a a kind of a step one exercise, but it's feeding the skill of being able to do that, you know at the counter new tape Osteria too so you can get the branches in school. That was title and you're listening to the just flight performance podcast. Welcome to another show. It's awesome to have you guys here. So this one was a really this was a really special episode it really if there was like a running theme of this show. There's I guess maybe there's a few of them in lot of different topics, but in terms of the themes and what we're doing the gym and a gym setting for training athletes one thing that I am very passionate about because I have the burned hand of being a product of this is returning elasticity to athletes who have lost it over the years by doing barbell training in correctly. And so we had a recent show with Kyle Dobbs just two episodes ago talking about internal rotation restoring that how Hindi back squatting and knees out can create a paradigm. That's not going to be conducive for elastic athletic power. This show is going to suck. That show hands the Baton to this show Title by the way is currently an NBA physical prep coach. He has a wealth of experience ranging from training athletes out of a two car garage his Beginnings with Lee Taft to coaching high school basketball to mentorships from people like likely to also Bill Hartman and Mike Robertson and I fast as well as coaching athletes from Rome used to pro Ty has a unique and Powerful perspective on blending Gym training methods with athletic biomechanics and outputs. So this show we're going to start by really going to get into your products of ties mentorships and how he has created his own system and methodology. We by blending some of these top shelf ideas. That's from some of the experts that he's worked with them. And so he'll we'll get we'll start by him getting into his start with Lee Taft some of the top things that he learned from Lee in creating athletic speed training athletic speed and going through just the process of being a game. Which will then transition into getting into again all things squat but there's so many shows that I think we really need to spend time on the squat because it's the king of the lips but it's also something that we can really create movement paradigms with athletes that are not maximally conducive to their long-term potential if we don't know what to look for so long to get into his learnings from Bill Hartman and the work of the human body is a pressure-based system and apply that to squatting apply that to the core and the trunk pelvis and apply that what he's seeing on the court in these athletes and how they move and it's just a rip from whether you're working with the pro athlete population or youth or anyone in between..

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"bill hartman" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

Just Fly Performance Podcast

14:14 min | 2 years ago

"bill hartman" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

"Oh Smith thanks for being here today. We have back on the show for his third appearance. Justin Moore Justin is the head performance coach at parabolic performance and Rehab up in Montclair New Jersey just in has a wide swath of experience in the athletes. He has worked with all the way from ice dancers pro football players eight year year olds and everything in between he is highly involved in combine. Prep as well. And he has been on two other awesome shows episode seventy eight which was indepth on weightlifting and then one twenty four on sprint and speed training and one thing that Justin overlays or puts a backdrop to all these things is the bio mechanics and function launch of the human body. Just in his well-versed the concepts of PRI PASTA restoration institute workings teachings of Bill Hartman and many other elite coaches. So you're always gonna see this fully holistic fully integrative viewpoint of how the body works. And how we should therefore assess and train green it as a result. And it's information that you're not gonNA get a lot of other places. I always love having Justin on this show today. We're going to get really into an area of bio mechanics mechanics and sports performance. That thankfully is getting more attention. And that's the idea of interoil rotation and knees in that idea knees in jumping and it's something that all great jumpers and all great athletes utilize. You can't be elastic unless you internally rotate so the question then becomes well well. One is the knees traveling inwards in for example. Jump a bad thing because this is the very thing that ACL programs are manufactured around round is avoiding this completely which is Kinda like the same thing as saying just donate. We know that there's a band with between pro nation and Super Nation. And so well I don't want to steal any of this episode but this There's clearly has to be a delineating line and where this knees in or may eh become injurious and that is where the knowledge of Justin Moore is just phenomenal and on another level almost entirely Justin has mentor ship from the workings of PRI Partial Restoration Institute Bill Hartman and many other elite coaches and so justin is going to tackle this question of of knees and when might this naturally occurring phenomena of elite elastic athletes become a bad thing and when and why and he goes into it from a perspective not Not just He gets outside the box. He goes into it on a body fluids and hydraulics and respiration perspective active a proximal or working inside to outside perspective that not only gives us a fuller view of the human body a fuller view its workings but also helps us to really assess the an athlete from totally holistic perspective when engaging these things because the last thing we want is just to coach athleticism out of athletes. Because somebody a decision is bad when we clearly see the opposite being demonstrated in so many elite athletes. So I'm going to hang up my pre roll at this point. Let's get onto this show with a brilliant coach Justin Moore of parabolic performance of something that I really wanted to get to today was and this is something. We talked about bottle bit before the show was the idea of knees in jump takeoff so obviously we all know that the news traveling inwards a rotating indoors is a really important important element of elastic return in jumping. And I think that's finally something. The industry is starting to take hold of that. This is normal. We shouldn't coach this out of all athletes instantly. Think it's this horrible thing But what in in what cases or in your opinion what when does that potentially it becomes a problem or is there athletes where the needs are traveling in where this may be an issue where we need to pretentiously intervene and do something differently than it just letting them continue to jump the way they are. Yeah it's it's an interesting question and it's it's a tough one. I think the first thing we have not understand is that context is always going to be king near And so I can't give an exact answer in terms of the situation where it's appropriate to intervene and not but will we can appreciate wishy. Eight is exactly or why that situation arises to begin with so why we see people utilizing doing this kind of Knees coming closer together like twitch being in strategy and we see throughout athletic performance right we see in jumping but but we also see it in lifting right we see the best Olympic lifters in the world coming out of the bottom of a squad and their knees come towards each other twitch towards towards each other right and then they come back out and everyone's like oh it's you know it's values it's bad but when you look at the best lifters in the world They all do it. And and when you look at the best jumpers in the world they all do yes there is something to this right in. There has to be a reason that the system self organizes itself in this way to produce output. So I think bill's explanation for what is happening here is is probably the most coherent and the best that I've heard so far and I always tell people like go to bill go to the intensive to learn this stuff. Don't just take my word for it because like anything else going to the source is incredibly valuable. There's always something lost in translation when you are Kind of going through a secondary source but from my understanding following the Ark of the hip joints and of of human movement. Right as I begin in a standing position and I begin to descend into a slots. Right I am going to be externally externally rotating and I'm going to be inhaling an expanding and my pelvic floor is going to be descending once I begin to hit the sticking points or around the sticking points what I'm going to see a reversal of that I'm going to see internal rotation. I'm going to see a explanation. Compression and ascension of the pelvic floor and this is also goes goes along with new of sacred which occurs at that sticking point and then once I've passed through the sticking points and I go below the sticking pinpoint reverse again. I'm going to see inhalation. External rotation expansion in order to get to the deepest squat. I'm going to see my pelvic floor needing to descend maximally and my sacred to counter new tate. So if if I do that correctly if I can go through the entire respiratory excursion then I'm going to see a pelvis that goes straight down in space with thorax that is oriented directly over top of it. And you should see the pelvis shooting backwards or talking talking under. You should not see excessive but wink do not see a massive reversal of the lumbar curve. We're talking about injury pelvic movements and we're also talking about orientation of the femurs and then as I go to a send out of the squad. It's going to go back the other way. Originally I am in an yard. Inhaled expanded position with a descended pelvic floor in order to pass through the sticking points. I need to move towards internal internal rotation compression explanation. New tation of the sake room and ascension of the pelvic floor because the pelvic floor a a sending is propulsion. It is shoot literally shooting my guts back up into my thorax. As has I exhale which is also allowing my thoracic diaphragm to a send. So imagine like a piston right. We're just utilizing that Piston. The the Piston. Like action of the Thoracic and pelvic diaphragms to move the internal Fluid which is our guts and the internal internal to manage the internal forces of our body in order to get ourselves to overcome gravity. Or whatever load we're dealing with right and so once I've passed the sticking point at propelled or move towards propulsion. Then I'm going to go back to external rotation inhalation expansion counter new room and moving towards descended pelvic diaphragm as I finished the Stanford Right. So if I apply that concept and I understand the Ark of the HIP joint starting from an extended hip position or were imaginary neutral position or standing is as far as getting to sixty ish degrees and passing through the sticking point it goes to I are and then as I pass the sticking sticking-point it goes to our again then when I look at somebody who is jumping right. I see an individual who is utilizing in internal rotation moment internal location in abduction moment of the femurs in order to allow them to open the pelvic outlet. Because if I contract my ad bilaterally I will hold hold the outlet apart. And they're utilizing that strategy to open the outlet which allows me to ascend the pelvic floor a send the pelvic diaphragm which allows me to push the guts back up into the thorax and a send the thoracic diaphragm so it is literally a repulsive strategy. It's an exhaled strategy that is allowing them to get the fluid volume and get the internal old forces of their body back up into their thorax. And so every time we see somebody do that. They're doing Louis in a way that allows them to propel right and because of that. I think that's the strategy that we're seeing and the biggest problem with if this is not that they're utilizing it. It's when it I think becomes a situation where it's excessive right and because of that That can put stress on the knees. Right when I have a femur go one way and the Tibial go go the other then. I'm going to have the vow August moment that we always talk about it. I always refer back to Pat Davidson on this right if I have the femur going into internal orientation where it's internally rotated and I have a Tibia externally rotating on that Femur then that is a problem and if I have excessive needs coming in for a person who can't utilize a repulsive strategy eighty and can't exhale effectively to a send their pelvic floor without those knees literally knocking into each other. Then that's a problem and if if I have somebody who has knee pain or has A history of knee injuries. Then that can also be assigned nine where I need to intervene here right and so I think we need to look at is what is their history. What is their current situation? And to what degree are they utilizing that propulsed strategy excessively to ascend the pelvic floor to compensate for the fact that they can't effectively actively exhale. Because what should be able to do is utilize acceleration and utilize propulsion ascension of the pelvic pelvic floor to allow me to propel in these situations. But if I can't do that I may need on things like The doctors to try to open the pelvic outlet and so I think I'll give you a perfect example here. I have of a figure skater. Who has had a history of knee pain by ladder with lots of problems in and out of PT? We've Really really done a good job of over the time kind of getting her into a place where she can train regularly but she's training four to six times a week right and so Four to six times a day and so that's a lot of volume to overcome and she's jumping and landing on a blade and it's it's causing in problems in terms of repeated chronic knee pain over the years and basic. Things have helped her a lot right with tod manager. Center MASSINISSA plane. We've given her hamstrings. We've given her adopters avs we've given her more management her ribcage and the pressures and her internal forces but every once it's in a while it's still pops up right and so you know I'm looking at her when she does afford jump test and her Lee her knees will literally almost not together and her left. Knee will dive so far in that her whole axial skeleton is actually rotating to the right and with that Cheese able to use an incredible amounts of power right. She's her for jump is incredible. She's The I think the fastest highest female. I've ever actually looked at on a jump Matt but at certain point I had to say okay you outputs may be extremely high with this strategy. But we're in a situation where chronic discomfort and pain in.

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"bill hartman" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"bill hartman" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Thirteen and the bra. the rising I'm C. Bertrand WGN news. Steve thanks very much hi guys and stuff bill and Wendy we have a show to put on for you can I let the audience in on a little secret are you okay with this I don't know what it is so I'll say yes now well Henry Winkler will be dropping by the show later we'll talk to Henry Winkler and one of us is a little bit nervous about this visit from Henry Winkler I am having a Jetta because. these then re Winkler but he's the K. everybody says that he is the kindest man in all of show business plan I know build I've interviewed him before he is the nicest man in all of show business what people are saying. he would not hurt you I don't think he's going to hurt me I'm just gonna sit here and be such a fan girl. I just want to watch you interview him but don't you think if if your honey Winkler he's been Henry Winkler for a long time don't you think that he's a customer that that all everywhere he goes people their mouths drop open they point but I love most to be a professional nobody expects that we gave up on that a long time ago. I just loved him from the day I saw him isn't he in pa it's impossible to not love Henry Winkler have you ever talked to anybody Rio Henry Winkler they got here I could I could take them or leave them I've never heard the lady member the movie was it heroes he was in yes that was great yes yeah I can't believe you guys both remembered that I'm telling you I'm a super fan when he was doing Happy Days and people kind of only knew him as the greaser from the fifties all of a sudden they put him in a movie called the one and only they put in heroes and then eventually that he did night shift which I said yesterday and I I stand by this and other elements I think is one of the funniest movies ever made it's just I agree radio he Michael Keaton are just hysterical in it that deserves a re watching tale yeah it's been a long time yeah in that area I just am nervous I'm sorry you're going to be you it's really funny because in you you know this you've you've told me this and I agree with you the only guess we ever have on that make you nervous. our musicians yes and Henry went pretty much. but why would the female musicians because I just love what they do yeah I am just really as super fan of music and Henry Winkler is Henry is color I mean we've talked to many celebrities in the past yes Hugh grant was one of them I wasn't really that nervous now no reason to be no he was nervous George Carlin I was a little nervous I'll give you that yeah yeah that's because you weren't with me yeah it's a great day to the two guests that you've had on that I've always wanted to talk to and now I can't because they've both passed on or George Carlin and Phil Hartman bill Hartman from starting at life yeah plan your vacations very very early. I look at the schedule there's one of my idols I'll be elsewhere. that's twice twice in two years I did that I don't be nervous you know it's just gonna be lovable lovable but you know I'm gonna want to hug him when he comes in and out of the awkward when I won't let go yes there let's let's limit the hug to a two minute hug if you meant it off I will at the two minute mark I'll gal like I'll just take a little bit you know wow that was a fast two minute curled my hair and look at your hour and by the way when they. leather jacket on usually wear your black letter for you know that I was center for the funds you can't out black leather. that could be bad for the couldn't if you come dressed.

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"bill hartman" Discussed on The Pillars of Health Podcast

The Pillars of Health Podcast

07:19 min | 3 years ago

"bill hartman" Discussed on The Pillars of Health Podcast

"It. Yeah. Have the biggest impact? We know it's only gonna programs only as effective as as as followed. The most effective program is one that they would will adhere to. Who would you say are who and what really have been some of the biggest influences on your coaching career? So far, this could be industry related are non industry related, whatever. Whatever kinda works for you. That's a great question. John already talking about him to coach Bo coach Bobo may. He has been. A big influence with me because when I met him he inspired me to actually further my education. I was just you know. Like, I said I went through and CPT through a CSM. And then I was inspired. I was like, well, you know, the how can I increase my education without really going back to school getting master's degree. What's what's the next higher highest standard shrank? We'll get studied for that. And he's been a big influence with me, another gentleman that works with us. Who's amazing? Physical therapist is name. Todd herbs, and he's been a physical therapist for over twenty four years and easy to utilize the PRI principles and Bosso restoration institute. And so he had gone over some of the techniques with me the exercises. And I was reading about it for the longest time Cressey Roberson Bill Hartman. And then recently, I see, you know, pet pet Davis. And and, you know, just a bunch of the other guys just list the names off, but. You know, they've just been a big influence because I've seen them not see how much they care about what they do. And they care about the people time really cares about the people that he's treating overly cares about his athletes. They love what they do. And just seeing that inspires me. Like, I said, I gravitate towards people that have that passion, professional profession. Yeah. And they they just want to be good at what they do. And they care about other people and they care about what they do. So. You know, one of the big reasons, my wife, and I I gravitated toward earth is because of that. I'll do follow. Probably a lot of the poplar names that I could tell I was just looking in that you and I follow a lot of the same people on social media. Sean light. And there's a lot guys we can list them a lot of the people that incorporate the P R, I mean, I'm just got back from. Respiration posture respiration in Connecticut. We. It was one of my best educational experiences. It was it was it was fun flew up Friday and had several connections, Charlotte to Connecticut, and then drive thirty minutes from the airport, and it was a perfect opportunity to practice some of the breathing because had rented a car and drive. It was raining really hard and the roads on the way to the hotel. We're pretty wind -i. And it was Miller's fog everywhere. It was so thick couldn't even see maybe three feet in front of me. And I felt like such a such a tourist of their people behind me faces right right on the wheel anything. But a made it there safely didn't wreck. And it was very I was only maybe fifteen people is that and that got an opportunity to actually stat with instructor, and she's awesome and everybody there. Can't physical therapy was great. I had a blast. I mean, it was. It was short. But it was fun. You know, only it was only short because it was fine. Learned a lot did the PRI integration for fitness and movement. I was the first one I did this summer with James Anderson and Julie landed and and learned a lot on how to incorporate some of the techniques just in everyday exercises that we've been doing for years. That's a really good place to start for someone who may be interested in delving deeper into partial restoration as two principals, and especially coming from being strength coach that's kind of like your, okay? Here's the view from thirty thousand feet of what this looks like. Whereas I took my can I and I come out. I was like what the heck is going on. That's funny. They wouldn't people at the courts do that. So. Like. Took my conversion on this didn't really click with them. But then you could tell they're starting to click when they're at the course said exactly what you said. But this a lot of some paradigm shift looking at it different. Who you mentioned they're like people like Sean light and Bill Harmon, Pat, David's and all these guys are finding ways of incorporating the principles puzzle restoration into like, you said working or exercises. We've been doing forever. But now it's more of a case of like. Okay. Can't we find this position to begin with? And then come we feel the Muslims? We wanna feel as executing this exercise, which gives things totally different perspective for those who are actually sizing or going through these movements. Right. Yeah. It. It is a little bit of like the corrective realm in the sense that I remember the debate a few years ago between Brett contrasts, and and his one of his research was. You know in a in a corrective or rehab type of exercise, you wanna feel it and go slow and certain muscles. But the performance room, you know, you don't want to think that too much about it. You just want to execute. You wanna think more of external cues, and then on the more internal cues, and then the courses and also help with queuing because just one q and make all the difference. No, they have some really good. Speaking ex have really extra cues to help you fill it to help you fill it in the right muscles like the hamstrings or whatnot. I learned some some cues it. I never thought of heard of the courses encourage if you're out there you have it done. It definitely look into taking the courses. They're they're a game changer and also also Neil. Helen and explains it really, well, I would check him out. PRI trainer dot com e. One of the first people that I kind of saw click kind of what was going on you kind of breaks it down a little bit. He has the models. We're exists. The ribcage publis explains some different

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