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Improve your understanding of Human Movement! This information-dense, no-BS podcast is a platform for physical therapists, strength coaches, personal trainers, and anyone who moves to learn the science of human movement. Host Matt Casturo, DPT, CSCS, discusses exercise science, coaching, training techniques, and more. Follow along on Instagram @themovement system or head to www.themovementsystem.com to learn more. Studying for the CSCS Exam? Check out my Study Course and Practice test on www ...
 
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In this episode, Dr. Courtney Conley breaks down gait analysis and biomechanics. With her years of experience analyzing and improving gait mechanics, she shares insights on training tempo, lower extremity mechanics, the heel rocker, ankle rocker, eccentric control, and more! . If you are a personal trainer, strength coach, cscs, dpt, or student you…
 
In this episode we break down the science of the stretch shortening cycle and reactive strength index. . We discuss the muscle physiology involved in utilizing the stretch shortening cycle and what you need to know as a Strength and Conditioning Coach. . If you are studying for the CSCS exam make sure you head to www.themovementsystem.com and check…
 
In this episode Chris Johnson PT, Performance Coach, Triathlete, Business leader discusses strength training, tendon health, and coaching strategies for endurance athletes. . We discuss functional strength training and program design for endurance athletes. Chris demonstrates his command of the literature and deep knowledge of the topics. . If you …
 
In this CSCS Study Episode we break down the differences involved in program design for strength vs. power. . We discuss load assignment, volume, and other aspects of Strength and Conditioning Program Design. . If you are studying for the NSCA CSCS make sure to also check out www.themovementsystem.com for additional study resources. . Follow along …
 
In this episode, we discuss how to manage CNS Fatigue/ Neuromuscular fatigue and optimize training. . We dive into the science of motor unit firing, motoneuron excitability, motor cortical excitability, and other neurophysiological variables that impact training. . We also break down how to practically apply this to training athletes with high/low …
 
Studying for the CSCS Exam? Check out my Study Course and Practice Test at www.themovementsystem.com . In this episode we discuss program design variables and writing a strength and conditioning program from scratch. . We use an in season baseball mesocycle as an example and discuss sport specificity, volume, intensity, and more.…
 
In this episode we discuss strategies for conditioning different athletes for specific sport demands. We discuss the exercise physiology involved as well as drills you may choose to do with basketball, football, soccer, volleyball, and wrestling athletes. Make sure you follow @themovementsystem on Instagram for follow-up info to this podcast. Check…
 
In this episode we break down the physiological adaptations that athletes will gain from different forms of training. . We break down Anaerobic Training, Aerobic Training, Strength Training, Alactic Training, and Endurance Training adaptations and how different athletes benefit from each type of training. . Definitely check this one out if you are …
 
In this episode we discuss the principles involved in making strength training decisions for runners. . Some of the things we get into include positional tolerance, tissue capacity, muscular endurance, neuromuscular adaptations and much more. . At the end of the video I break down some exercises that I recommend and some that may be over rated for …
 
In this episode, you'll learn about the needs of a basketball athlete and how to design a strength and conditioning program for a basketball player. . Follow @themovementsystem on IG to learn more . Studying for the CSCS Exam? Check out the Strength and Conditioning Study Course on www.themovementsystem.com…
 
In this episode, guest Ryan DeBell from Movement Fix discusses his thoughts on movement assessment, programming, and life. . What are the movement challenges that we face as humans? . How do we as coaches and trainers make connections with our clients to address fundamental movement needs? . This episode capitalizes on Ryan's experience over the pa…
 
In this episode we discuss the physiology and program design considerations for training for muscle hypertrophy. . We discuss the 3 Mechanisms of Muscle Hypertrophy Mechanical Tension, Metabolic Stress, and Muscle Damage and how to design programs to achieve these mechanisms. . We also discuss the volume and intensity considerations for powerliftin…
 
In this episode, you’ll learn about the physiology and programming involved in training the endurance athlete. . This episode starts off discussing all of the training adaptations that occur with endurance training. . We then relate the science and the physiology to making programming decisions. . Follow me on Instagram @themovementsystem to learn …
 
In this episode, we dive into training the speed athlete. We make connections between the physiology, training adaptations, and programming considerations involved in improving speed. There are specific physiologic adaptations including rate coding, muscular synchronization, enzyme changes, and muscle fiber type transitions that occur with training…
 
In this podcast, Bill Miller, CSCS breaks down his system for developing Rotational Power in athletes. . Bill became obsessed with speed and rotational power from his experience as the “big guy” baseball player who lacked rotational speed and power. . Through years of experience training athletes and refining his system for objective testing and tr…
 
In this episode, Dan Cohen Physical Therapist and Fitness coach provides some insight on how PT works in Israel. We discuss strategies for load monitoring and using subjective and objective measures of recovery to aid in programming. . We touch on the direction of Physical Therapy and Strength and Conditioning as well as the utility of metrics such…
 
The episode will prepare you for the NSCA CSCS Exam. If you want to join the Strength and Conditioning Study Group on Facebook Click here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2415992685342170/ We discuss periodization styles including linear periodization, block periodization, undulating periodization as well as how to apply periodization to sport and …
 
In this episode, Tim Woo (SoCal BikePT) talks about his treatment techniques, methodology, and business experience building a cash based practice treating cyclists. Tim discusses his practical approach to pain science and how he weaves it into building great relationships with clients. He also gives some tips on how to "Speak the language" of the p…
 
In this episode, The Movement Maestro shares her social media strategies. We dive into the timeline of when she started social media vs. when she launched her first course. We also get into strategies for finding a niche and targeting your audience with content that they want to hear and will respond to. Shante gives great insight into the importan…
 
In this episode, The Prehab Guys talk about business development, movement science, and networking. . Developing a name in the movement science world takes time, consistency, and a strong belief in your WHY! . The Prehab Guys shed light on things that they have struggled with and things that they have done well over the past several years building …
 
In this episode, we cover practice questions for the NSCA's CSCS Exam. Concepts covered include programming, Endocrine, Cardiovascular Physiology, Aerobic Training, and How to get started in the Strength and Conditioning Field. Bryce is a full time Online Personal Trainer and Prep Coach. He discusses his methods of training and his experience worki…
 
Dr. Matt Longfellow owner of Diverge PT defines some terms that are thrown around in the Performance Therapy world including: Joint Centration, PAILS, RAILS, and Movement Variability. We discuss how these topics fit into the context of both a rehab and training program. Matt goes into detail about what he's been able to do by Diverging from an insu…
 
Sweat belts actually work!?🙀 ⭐️ In this episode, @alyciaisrael dives into the details of evidence based nutrition coaching. We discuss: 1️⃣ The science behind spot reduction of abdominal fat. We discuss a study done by a bodybuilder and researcher that showed some spot reduction of fat due to increased blood flow to the abdominal area with a sweat …
 
We discuss the science involved in evaluating the quality of food and supplements, the metabolic and physiologic benefit of different supplements, the research surrounding intermittent fasting, and the physiology of cycling stimulant supplements. Ben Hartman owner of Morphogen Nutrition explains the intricacies of Protein, BCAA, EAA, Fat loss, Pre-…
 
Physical Therapy student Matt Casturo speaks with Dr. Dewitt (professor of Physical Therapy at Ohio State University) about the functional anatomy of the hip flexors including pathology, assessment, compensation patterns, etc. "Postural Stability" and the impact of posture on dynamic movement as well as professional development in the health and re…
 
Host of the famous PT Pintcast Jimmy McKay sits down with me to discuss networking opportunities and the art of establishing your speaking voice. The interview itself is an example of how to put yourself out there and make a connection. We provide real, applicable information about reaching out to others, building a social network, and establishing…
 
Matt Casturo and James Fryer (movement geeks) discuss how to incorporate a myriad of systems and techniques including (Postural Restoration Institute, Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization, Functional Movement System) to improve human movement. The science of breathing, how a wholistic health approach works, and resources for continuing education are…
 
As Strength and Conditioning coaches pursuing a DPT, Charlie Badawy and Matt Casturo discuss principles of movement including Pelvic Stability, Hip Hinging biomechanics, and Antirotation. We discuss how these movement patterns relate to building a strength program, assessing movement, and programming for groups. Takeaways include how to decide whic…
 
In this Episode, Exercise Scientist and Personal Trainer Bryce Calvin (IG: brycecalvin23) discusses the science of hypertrophy and the relevant application to coaching and training clients. We discuss topics including: Brad Schoenfield's mechanism's of hypertrophy, pre- intra- and post-workout nutrition, and how to program an effective deload. Bryc…
 
Improve your understanding of Human Movement! This information-dense, no-BS podcast is a platform for physical therapists, strength coaches, personal trainers, and anyone who moves to learn the science of human movement. Host Matt Casturo, physical therapy student and strength coach, discusses with a myriad of guests aspects of research, clinical t…
 
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