Released on April 21, 2016
In this week’s episode, Joe answers your training questions! TOPICS INCLUDE: Treadmill Sprints – The Good, Bad & Ugly; Effective uses of the “speed ladder” [which leads to a tangent on winning, losing & “participation trophies”]; How important is “the pump” when training for hypertrophy; Joe D’s favorite workout “finishers”; The one thing Joe D. hates about the popular “wall sit” exercise, and much Much MORE!
1:00 – Joe announces the launch of the CPPS Level 2 Online Certification course
4:15 – Joe gives the listeners some insight into his upcoming week of events
9:25 – Joe informs the audience on how/where they can send him questions to be answered on the podcast
14:30 – Joe shares a conversation he recently had with an NFL linebacker regarding the good, bad, and ugly aspects of performing treadmill sprints
26:35 – Joe answers a follow-up question from last weeks podcast – Are there any other viable uses for the “speed ladder” [besides attempting to improve agility] in an athlete’s program?
31:00 – Joe begins his tangent on Winning, Losing, and the dreadful “Participation Trophy”
41:00 – How Joe D. used a game of “Hungry Hungry Hippos” to help teach his kids a valuable life lesson [true story!]
50:05 – Joe continues to discuss some of his favorite ways to use the “speed ladder”
56:40 – How important is “the pump” during your workout [when hypertrophy is your #1 goal]?
63:20 – Joe D. explains his stance on adding “finishers” to the end of your workout
68:55 – Joe lists some of his all-time favorite workout “finishers”
70:40 – Joe talks about the one thing he hates the most about the popular “wall sit” exercise
73:45 – Joe reveals his favorite alternative exercise to the “wall sit”
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