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Inspire. Connect. Educate. Perform. ALTIS exists to develop the careers of the best athletes in the world, while revolutionizing coach & athlete education. Featuring guests ranging from Olympians, to World Class Coaches, to Paralympians, the ALTIS World podcast is our chance to share exclusive insights on themes ranging from athlete performance, to performance therapy, to current affairs, to coach & athlete development. Created for Athletes, Coaches, and Therapists alike, the ALTIS World Podcast brings the experiences of some of the brightest minds in sport, direct to you. If you enjoy what you hear, please spread the word!
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Now displaying: June, 2020
Jun 25, 2020

Mohammad is currently employed by NASA and has a degree in Engineering as well as an MBA. He also ran track collegiately and has 4 years experience coaching track and volleyball. The combination of these experiences means that Mohammad brings an interesting perspective to coaching and performance.

Show Notes:

0:55 - Mohammad’s Background & Connecting Business with Sport

8:42 - Why You Should Care About Project Management

13:13 - The Challenges with Project Management

18:45 - Overarching Themes of Project Management

20:30 - Waterfall Methodology

25:16 - Agile Methodology

28:46 - Scrum Methodology

32:19 - Lean Six Sigma Methodology

39:10 - Changing course and playing the long game

44:23 - Risks & Mitigation

46:14 - Commandments & Monuments

50:04 - Reviewing the process

54:06 - Getting the client involved

56:34 - Closing Remarks

Jun 16, 2020

Our guest today is none other than Coach Curtis Taylor, Associate Head Coach for the Oregon Ducks. Coach Taylor has built a sprint factory in Eugene and helped the Ducks win countless National Titles. He sits down with us to talk about his Oakland roots, his mentor Tony Wells, as well as his own sprint & hurdle philosophy.

1:30 Mentors

7:00 Tony Wells’ influence

11:45 Oakland background & youth development

24:00 Hurdle philosophy

42:25 Double knee start

50:20 Experiences that brought forth growth

55:30 Evolution of the sport & coaching profession

62:15 Favorite track stories

 

Jun 2, 2020

Hosted by Jason Hettler, this episode is a follow-up to a previous conversation with Dr. Gareth Sandford on Anaerobic Speed Reserve (ASR). This conversation builds upon the first and covers the practical application of ASR in individual and team sport settings.

Part 1: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/anaerobic-speed-reserve-with-dr-gareth-sandford/id1050512142?i=1000470169799

ASR Intro Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AoRL6eImrik

SHOW NOTES:

1:35 - Operational Definitions (Speed Reserve vs Anaerobic Speed Reserve (ASR))

6:45 - The integration of aerobic physiology with ASR

8:00 - Finding signal through noise in your testing

11:45 - Does 400m sprint time represent speed?

15:20 - How does anaerobic capacity and repeat sprint ability fit in with ASR?

22:40 - ASR test protocols for individuals and team sport

37:10 - Troubleshooting testing in the field

46:00 - Data management and collaboration across a multidisciplinary team

49:18 - How to apply ASR to high-intensity interval training prescription

53:31 - Developing max sprint speed in aerobic-dominant profiles

1:00:38 - Summary and Closing Remarks

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