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Best UMass Athletics podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best UMass Athletics podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Muscles and Management takes an in depth look at all things training, sports performance and business. Gerry DeFilippo is a strength & sports performance coach who takes the listener through a learning experience via his own work and findings with his athletes and business, as well as from the perspective of the coaches and personalities he brings on the show. This podcast will take on any and all topics in both strength training, personal fitness and business and welcome the perspective of ...
 
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In this episode of Muscles and Management, Gerry dives into a very important topic when it comes to training athletes, blending speed and strength training together EFFECTIVELY. To start, Gerry explains the things you should look towards for guidance when it comes to making decisions on what to prioritize for an athlete. Everything from training ag…
 
In this episode Gerry welcomes on veteran strength and sports performance coach Adam Menner to talk all things athletes and improving athletic performance. Adam is a New York based coach who has worked with over 50 college athletes over the last several years, with a specialty in basketball. The conversation looks at linear speed and how we develop…
 
*SHOW TIMESTAMPS FEATURED AT THE END* In this episode Gerry sits down with San Francisco Giants Bench Coach and former Cleveland Indians Infield Coach, Kai Correa. To start, Gerry has Kai breakdown some simple elements to building better infielders and what goes in to how Kai coaches infielders based on his philosophies. From there, the two discuss…
 
*SHOW TIMESTAMPS FEATURED AT THE END* In this episode Gerry gets the rare chance to be interviewed for the show instead of hosting! Muscles and Management welcomes on Bryan Eisenberg as he conducts a conversation with Gerry regarding a walk through of his mindset and thought process when programming for athletes. From the types of software and prog…
 
In this episode Gerry rants about a comment made about velocity based training and it being a "gimmick." To start, Gerry takes the listener through the meaning of a gimmick and the very essence of velocity based training when it comes to dynamic-effort lifting for power. He explains that bar speed sensors simply exist to objectively quantify things…
 
In this episode, Gerry welcomes on co-founder of Cressey Sports Performance, Pete Dupuis. Pete handles much of the business side of things for the global sports performance and baseball training brand that is Cressey Sports Performance and has a great perspective for sport and strength coaches who need help advancing their careers. Additionally, Pe…
 
In this episode Gerry answers more questions from social media followers on various topics in strength and conditioning and sports performance. To start, he addresses the importance of avoiding the slippery slope of trying to become "too specific," with certain lifting variations and our perception of how much impact they can have on sports (sumo d…
 
In this episode Gerry sits down with Chad Martin and Drew Watts of Pitching Performance Lab in Lexington Kentucky. To start, Gerry has Chad and Drew discuss their respective experiences and how they have led them to the work they do today. Chad discusses his baseball career and time as a pitcher at Indiana University and with the Chicago Cubs, whil…
 
In this episode, Meathead Monday is back after a week off and Gerry is back to answer even more of your questions! To start, Gerry discusses the benefits of building maximum output when it comes to reducing fatigue from general activity in sports. Additionally, he addresses the fears and potential lack of preparation for athletes coming off a long …
 
In this episode, Gerry welcomes Jason Spray back on the show. Jason is a veteran strength coach who has spent over a decade at the Division I level and has trained multiple NFL pro bowlers such as Tennessee Titan's All-Pros Kevin Byard and Derrick Henry. To start, Jason dives into the topic of soft tissue injuries during return to play after long l…
 
UMass Alumnus and CBS broadcaster Jenny Dell joins PTF. Dell discusses her journey through the broadcasting world and how UMass helped her along the way. Dell also chimes in on her cooking skills, her Red Sox World Series ring, her work on the Here Comes The Pizza moment and so much more. Follow her new food endeavor at SIMply DELLicious. This epis…
 
*SHOW TIMESTAMPS FEATURED AT THE END* In this episode Gerry welcomes on track and field coach Tony Holler to get into the important AND some controversial topics regarding speed development and sports performance for team-sport athletes. To begin, Tony discusses his core philosophies, and influences when it comes to how he trains his athletes and w…
 
In this episode Gerry answers more questions from his DMs on Twitter and Instagram. To start, the conversation takes a look at resisted sprints and the importance of how loading is applied. Gerry then takes the listener through post activation potentiation and contrast training and how you can pair resisted activities with sprints and jumps to unlo…
 
With the world still in quarantine, Jay Burnham checks in with renowned author John Feinstein. John discusses his broadcasting the last A-10 game of the year, his memory of the 1995-96 UMass basketball season and his phenomenal new book, The Back Roads to March. His work, as always, is memorable. This episode is brought to you by our friends at Cru…
 
*SHOW TIMESTAMPS FEATURED AT THE END* In this episode Gerry welcomes on St. Louis Blues Head of Sports Performance Eric Renaghan. Eric and Gerry discuss a variety of topics in strength and conditioning and sports performance in a conversation geared towards helping all athletes, coaches and sport coaches get a grasp of important concepts. All that …
 
In this episode Gerry tackles some more questions from followers regarding a variety of topics in strength and conditioning and sports performance. To start, Gerry discusses programing structure when it pertains to sprinting and the best times to sprint, jump and the order in which you should utilize sprinting along with strength training. From the…
 
*SHOW TIMESTAMPS FEATURED AT THE END* In this episode Gerry welcomes on New York Yankees Major League Catching Coach Tanner Swanson. To start, Tanner gives some insight on his playing career and his rise through the ranks of coaching. He also explains his unique experience of not being a catcher during his playing days but becoming a catching coach…
 
In this episode Gerry sifts through his DMs to answer questions on all areas of strength and conditioning, sports performance and business! To start, the questions are geared towards sports performance and strength and conditioning in terms of effective core training and energy systems training. Gerry gives his take on the core and how you should m…
 
Mid-Major basketball reporter Brain Bennett from The Athletic stops by the pod this week. Brian touches on the ever-changing landscape of college basketball, the Atlantic-10 and more. He references his work before the start of the season on the definition of Mid-Major, you can check it out here: Who are you Calling a Mid-Major…
 
*SHOW TIMESTAMPS FEATURED AT THE END* In this episode Gerry welcomes Erica Suter back on the show. Erica is a strength and sports performance coach who works primarily with soccer athletes and has made a career of expanding the horizons of sports performance in the soccer community, especially with female players and athletes. The conversation star…
 
In this episode Gerry gives a full breakdown on unstable surface training and what makes it an ineffective gimmick. Gerry gives principle driven and scientific evidence for why athletes should not train on unstable surfaces and what actually goes into sports performance and preparing to be a better athlete on the field of play. More on this episode…
 
UMass alumnus ('99) and ESPN play-by-play broadcaster Mike Corey joins us on this episode of PTF. Mike reminisces about his time on campus and talks about the A-10 and the trends in college athletics. We thank Mike for taking the time and hope you will follow him on twitter @mikecoreysports and check out and share this story on Sean Locke, a former…
 
*SHOW TIMESTAMPS FEATURED AT THE END* In this episode Gerry welcomes in Philadelphia Phillies pitching consultant and Driveline Baseball assistant pitching director Bill Hezel on the show. To start, Bill and Gerry discuss the importance of communication and presenting data and facts when engaging in the debates that sometimes occur in areas of pitc…
 
In this episode Gerry gives a breakdown to a question he received from a coach on Twitter pertaining to improving squat numbers and the correlation to speed and athleticism. To start, Gerry lists the factors that could impact the correlation of squatting and speed such as planes of motion, rate of force production and the impact of technical profic…
 
*SHOW TIMESTAMPS FEATURED AT THE END* In this episode Gerry welcomes on Tyler Yearby of Emergence Movement, a sports movement specialist helping athletes with skill acquisition and bridging the gap between strength training and sport. To start, the conversation takes a look at agility and the need to have athletes participate in random and uncontro…
 
In this episode Gerry welcomes on Kevin Poppe, strength coach and owner of DST Houston. Kevin joins Gerry in part #2 of his quarantine training tips to help athletes and coaches navigate this period of unknown while away from their standard training facilities and seeking to continue effective training while at home. To start, the two discuss the i…
 
RECORDED MARCH 26: On this episode of PTF we dial up Senior Hockey defenseman Jake McLaughlin and check in with co-captain from quarantine. McLaughlin talks big hits, best moments and his thoughts on the Netflix documentary Tiger King. We open the show with UMass hockey analyst Brock Hines and hockey voice Tyler Murray. What could have been for thi…
 
*SHOW TIMESTAMPS FEATURED AT THE END* In this episode Gerry talks to University of South Carolina Director of Sports Performance Billy Anderson. Billy works specifically with the National Championship winning Baseball Team as well as both Female and Male golfers. To start, the conversation turns to rotational power and how to go about building elit…
 
In this episode Gerry gives a full breakdown on acceleration, the fallacy of "quick feet," and how you can build fast and efficient acceleration. To start, the breakdown encompasses a full explanation of the force required and needed to accelerate effectively and a full breakdown of the inaccuracies of desiring or working on "quick feet," to get mo…
 
*EPISODE TIMESTAMPS FEATURED AT THE END* In this episode Gerry welcomes on Ben Brewster, owner and founder of Tread Athletics. Ben has revolutionized remote training for pitchers since 2015 with the start of Tread Athletics. Ben specializes in training pitchers with a full, "top down," approach consisting of strength training, general movement eval…
 
In this episode, Gerry gives a full breakdown of helpful tips to help coaches and athletes get through "at-home," training while we are in quarantine! To start, the conversation addresses the importance of maintaining a schedule and training structure even when you may not have a gym or training equipment. Home training needs to be more than random…
 
*SHOW TIMESTAMPS FEATURED AT THE END* In this episode Gerry welcomes on Texas Tech Football Associate Strength and Conditioning Coach Brandon Howard. To start, Gerry has Brandon walk through what shaped his early philosophies and principles as a strength and conditioning coach. From mentors, to coaches he has worked for, Brandon sheds light on the …
 
In this episode, Gerry introduces the first installment of "Meathead Mondays," an additional weekly episode to the Muscles and Management podcast focusing on solo episodes to answer your questions as well as cover the hottest topics in strength and conditioning and sports performance! Gerry talks about the ongoing battle between focusing on strengt…
 
*SHOW TIMESTAMPS FEATURED AT THE END* In this episode, Gerry welcomes on speed and sprint coach Ken Clark to discuss everything you need to know when it comes to acceleration and speed. To start, Gerry has Ken walk the listener through the importance of striking under or slightly behind the hip when making ground contact during acceleration. Ken ad…
 
*SHOW TIMESTAMPS FEATURED AT THE END* In this episode, Gerry holds and epic Q&A geared towards answering some of your most asked questions regarding important topics in the world of strength and conditioning. To start, he touches on an extremely important topic in athletic development: fat loss and whether or not "six pack," abs are necessary to pe…
 
*SHOW TIMESTAMPS FEATURED AT THE END* In this episode Gerry welcomes Driveline Baseball Biomechanist Anthony Brady. Anthony works with pitchers in an effort to help them improve their movement efficiency, overall mechanics and determine their unique training and pitching needs. To start, Gerry and Anthony sift through some of the biggest misconcept…
 
*SHOW TIMESTAMPS FEATURED AT THE END* In this episode Gerry welcomes former Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs Athletic Trainer Aaron Borgmann. To start, Aaron walks through his core philosophies as an athletic trainer and rehabilitation professional, based around his mantra, "train the athlete, not the condition." Aaron talks about the imp…
 
*SHOW TIMESTAMPS FEATURED AT THE END* In this episode Gerry welcomes on Chidi Enyia, an Altis hurdles and sprinting coach. Chidi has expertise in the mechanics and training protocols required to make elite level sprinters and develop elite level speed, so this episode is a must listen for athletes and coaches looking to improve speed! To start, Ger…
 
*SHOW TIMESTAMPS FEATURED AT THE END* In this episode Gerry welcomes on former Oakland Athletic's and UCLA strength and conditioning coach Bob Alejo. Bob currently serves as the Senior Associate Athletic Director at California State University Northridge, a role new to the sports performance world and the burgeoning High Performance Model of streng…
 
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