Kevin Neeld and Optimizing Movement, Charlie Weingroff and baselines, Mark Verstegen on why EXOS- Episode 140

Jun 22, 2022

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Highlights of Episode 140


"Hit the Gym with a Strength Coach" - Kevin Neeld from Endeavor Sports Performance in Pitman NJ, disusses some topics from his new DVD, Optimizing Movement, including the foundations of optimal movement, how do we know if a joint is neutral or centrated, how does being naturally assymetrical affect our assessments, starting with the egg, breathing and so much more.
 "The Coach's Corner with Coach Boyle"- Coach Boyle talks his takeaways from the MBSC Seminar, his upcoming presentation in Dublin, when it's ok to go beyond technical failure and supplementation. 
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"Ask the Equipment Experts with Perform Better" - Erin McGirr joins us to talk about the latest sale and The Cube.

"The Business of Fitness" with Results Fitness University - Mike Wunsch continues his series on "Coaching different Personality Profiles" with "How to Talk to Your Client"

"The Art of Coaching with EXOS, (formerly Athletes' Performance and Core Performance)"- Mark Verstegen is on to discuss the new name change, including why they changed, how the process worked and how they picked EXOS.

"Functional Movement Systems Segment"- Charlie Weingroff is on to talk about why we need a baseline and how it can influence our training.



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