Jumper’s Knee: 61 Things I’ve Learned [Fix Patellar Tendon Pain]

Break a bone? Everyone knows what to do. Pull a muscle? Everyone knows what to do. Hurt a tendon? Nobody has a clue. Here are 61 Things I’ve learned rehabbing myself, others, reading research, and talking to world experts on Patellar Tendon Pain: 1) Don’t Jump Through Pain. You’re Compressing Injured Collagens (VIDEO) 2) Rest…

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Podcast #75: Red Light Therapy 101 with Andrew LaTour (Gembared)

iTunes Download Download 1960s, first lasers developed.. “They started aiming them at rats… hair would grow back faster… the incision would grow back faster.” “Those wavelengths penetrate into the skin deeper than any other wavelengths on the spectrum.” “Most of the benefits are a systemic benefit.” “Red light therapy really works at improving the health…

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Podcast #74: Jump Wisdom with Matt McInnes Watson

Download iTunes Download How to jump higher: “Being able to handle overload at velocity… converting horizontal momentum vertically.” “There are a lot of people that do a lot of work with overload. There’s quite a few people who do a lot of work with velocity. But, there are very few people who get it right…

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Podcast #73: Advanced Tendons with Karl Kadler

iTune Podcast Download Outside of the cell, you have the extracellular matrix. “If you took all the matrix out of your body, you wold be left with a slurry of cells on the floor.” “You are 70% matrix.” “A tissue is like a building (ECM)… the actual people are the cell which are living in…

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Podcast #72: Answering Low Quality Questions with Will Ratelle

Download iTunes Download Effective Reps Model: “It’s better for people who know what they’re doing and they have a solid background of training.” How to Get Huge: Have genetics that help you get huge Lifestyle Lift heavy, do it frequently, do it consistently Strength/Speed Plateaus: “Find a novel stimulus and try that.” Journey from sports…

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Podcast #71: Training Wisdom – NBA Strength with Claus Souza

Download iTunes “We forget that talent in the sport is still the most important characteristic for the development of the player.” “We sometimes put the methods in front of the relationship… once you build a relationship with your players, then you can implement methods. It’s not the other way around.” “They didn’t care. I cared…

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Podcast #70: Strength & Conditioning – Unplugging from the Matrix with Frank Barone

Download iTunes “Strength coaches tend to have a bottom-up approach (start with strength, elasticity and then move towards how it affects the game).” “Take the sport (scoring one more goal) as the starting point and then work back from it (what helps you do that).” “Doing less in general should be probably the first thing…

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Podcast #69: Speed Training – Questioning Tradition with Matt Hank

Download iTunes “Yeah we go in the weightroom but a monkey can run the weightroom. My energy and focus is more on field, on court.” “That’s not running [punching]… what does that have to do with picking your foot on the ground and cycling it with coordination, timing, and sequence? Almost nothing.” “It’s easy to…

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Podcast #68: Dunk Wisdom with Ryan Nagle

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/episode-68-dunk-wisdom-with-ryan-nagle/id1462537296?i=1000561134712 Download “I think the main thing that transformed my vert was jumping a ton [4 times per week] and that’s not sustainable for me now.” “Even though the volume of my lifting was so low [2 sets per week], I still got substantial strength gains in my first year.” Getting a better penultimate: “Just…

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Podcast #67: Dunk Wisdom with Mik Hrabczuk

https://traffic.libsyn.com/jackedathlete/Mik_Hrabczuk_Podcast.mp3?_ga=2.67545430.612021422.1652111621-1085915535.1651259611 https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/episode-67-dunk-wisdom-with-mik-hrabczuk/id1462537296?i=1000560076035 Olympic weightlifting: “It just clicked for me.” Snatch: “The positions are very similar to a standing vert.” “The Olympic lifts worked for me because I’m very competitive-driven… I find trouble training if there’s not something on the line.” Keeping approach vert above standing through heavy lifting phases: “I always practiced running vert.” Hitting…

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