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In This Episode, You Will Learn:
Pulling back the curtain on high performance sports.
Biomechanics and movement algorithms in the field of strength & conditioning.
Training adaptation, low versus high ground sports, and rethinking big patterns.
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What does the Wizard of Oz, McDonald’s, and high performance sports have in common? Today, we’re pulling back the curtain to find out what really makes something successful with Dr. Pat Davidson. Dr. Pat is an independent trainer, consultant, author, and lecturer in NYC who employs critical thinking skills and rationale in all his systems. In this podcast, we’ll be discussing the reality of training programs to see what makes them tick and the best ways to utilize them. We also explore biomechanics and movement algorithms in the field of strength & conditioning, and Pat’s operational approach to training three different classifications. This episode will have you rethinking the way you view training and high performance athletes going forward. Compete at the highest level by seeing through the smoke and mirrors!
0:00:00 Step into the world of biomechanics and algorithms alongside Dr. Pat Davidson!
0:01:20 Where did your critical thinking come from and why is it important to have?
0:07:10 The Wizard of Oz post.
0:09:35 What compelled you to write it?
0:16:45 Are we pulling back the curtain?
0:21:45 What does it take to be successful?
0:25:25 Do we overcomplicate things?
0:29:45 How can we make better selections?
0:35:45 Get your copy of the Gain, Go, Grow manual.
0:36:35 Where do you start with grounding?
0:40:30 What matters most in low ground sports?
0:43:05 Training adaptations.
0:47:10 Who have been your mentors in the field of biomechanics?
0:51:15 What is your model for rethinking big patterns?
0:54:10 What are your three classifications?
0:57:15 What is your operational approach to training?
1:01:55 Do you utilize breakwork?
1:05:25 Where can people find your work?
1:07:15 How did your mass program come about?
1:15:00 How do you want to be remembered?