We also talk about how he structures is training programs for athletes in-season vs off-season, and some of his though processes behind his training philosophies.
This is a great episode and it was great to pick-up ideas from Rich, plus Rich is originally from Wisconsin, so that's always a bonus!
- "I've found that my marketing degree has helped me a ton"
- "Everybody loves the coaching part, but you have to get people in the door. Be aware that you'll always be recruiting and selling, it's a necessary evil"
- "Our social media is about celebrating our athletes - it's not for hard sales or our latest deals - it's to highlight our athletes"
- "We always end our warm-up with either a sprint, jump, throw - I call it warm-up then wake-up"
- "When working speed and acceleration with team sport athletes compared to my sprint group is working 360-degrees of movement"
- "I've noticed when we really started implementing loaded carries with our hockey athletes, they stayed on their feet and absorbed checks better"
- "I can't say enough about the performance gains we've had from split squat"
- Triphasic Training - Cal Dietz
- How To Win Friends and Influence People - Dale Carnegie
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