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Two strength and conditioning coaches talking high performance and fitness. Join us as Jacob @ Durham dive deep on sports science, fitness, training, injury rehabilitation, sporting performance, nutrition, sports psychology and of course strength and conditioning. Proudly brought to you by Ironedge.Two episodes every week on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. You will also find us on YouTube

Latest Episodes

Chris Radford on opening your own gym

Today's episode features guest S&C coach Chris Radford from the RAD centre in Ballarat. Chris and Durham discuss the growth and development of RAD, the importance of mentors and why a few cheeky bicep curls at the end of the workout never hurts... ;)

45 MIN2 d ago
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Chris Radford on opening your own gym

Do Sprinters need to be “fit”?

Following on from EP.137 in this episode we cover all things energy system interplay, conditioning training for track athletes and different methods for developing your energy systems for the sport or event you compete in. The video regarding the trickle down effect we refer to can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_UKyFqi4m04"

59 MIN6 d ago
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Do Sprinters need to be “fit”?

Training for the 100m

We train a number of athletes from sports that require sprinting and running, but the 100m sprinter is a unique athlete to work with. From neural flexibility and hamstrings, to strength development and acceleration mechanics, in this episode we breakdown the dos and don't for strength and conditioning with sprinters. Check out our playlist on YouTube we have put together on the topic of speed development: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vldfypMgcyY&list=PLLGwYUBXVGQWj1XlIIw__u-Q-jq2m_FLj

62 MIN1 w ago
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Training for the 100m

Pat Wilson - The art of coaching

Coach Pat Wilson joins us to talk about the art and skill of coaching, transitioning from athlete to coach and why he thinks a team of coaches would beat a team of athletes in a 4x100m relay

50 MIN1 w ago
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Pat Wilson - The art of coaching

Are you on a Low Performance Program?

It breaks our hearts to see too many athletes drowning on suboptimal training plans. Too much work, too little rest, not enough variety, too much variety there are many ways to do it wrong, so in this episode we cover the essential components of all great programs. And it's not that hard to optimise your plan, a little planning at the start of the month/year goes a long way. We cover: Sleep, rest, strength training, mental skills, visualisation and heaps more.

51 MIN2 w ago
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Are you on a Low Performance Program?

Core Training - The best and worst ways to build the mid section

It goes without saying that we are passionate believers in a strong core as the foundation for performance and durability. In this episode we dive into all things Core, evolution, the history of core training, the discovery of new muscles (this century!) and the best and worst exercises for developing a strong mid section. resources: https://coreadvantage.com.au/blog/2015/thecore https://coreadvantage.com.au/blog/2017/are-sit-ups-bad The functional 5 minute abs: https://youtu.be/x0PWAS9i2m4

62 MIN2 w ago
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Core Training - The best and worst ways to build the mid section

Tennille Hay - On balancing motherhood and working in high performance

Durham chats with Tennille Hay, a pioneer of strength and conditioning in womens football about her career in strength & conditioning. We cover: Her time as the HPM ofCarlton Football club in their inaugural AFLW season Injury prevention for the female athlete The challenges of balancing high performance work with motherhood Her new role at Maribrynong Sports Academy The compounding power of doing excellent work Career advice to young women on how to make it in football And plenty more

84 MIN3 w ago
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Tennille Hay - On balancing motherhood and working in high performance

How neural fatigue kills performance

After the crushing loss by the Boomers to France for the Bronze medal at last weeks World Cup, Durham and Jacob needed some therapy in the form of a podcast. We talk about what neural fatigue is, how to best fight back against it and the benefits of foam rolling, vibration and nutrition. Links: Tournament article: https://coreadvantage.com.au/blog/2013/5/28/how-to-maximise-tournament-performance Review paper on foam rolling: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31256353"

43 MIN3 w ago
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How neural fatigue kills performance

We Updated the App! - Fatlek and Tempo timers

Version 1.2.0 of the Core Advantage interval timer app is now available for free on iOS and Android. In today’s episode Durham and Jacob talk about the new features, how most people get Fartlek training wrong, and the value of tempo training for tendon health. Some resources: Download the app here: https://coreadvantage.com.au/get-the-app The Rio, 2016 paper looking into tempo training for tendons: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4752665/

34 MINSEP 19
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We Updated the App! - Fatlek and Tempo timers

We need a better word for stiffness

Landing is more than a conversation about good vs bad, heavy vs light. Join our conversation as we talk about all things landing mechanics, plyometrics, ACLs, childhood development and screening/assessment.

45 MINSEP 15
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We need a better word for stiffness

Latest Episodes

Chris Radford on opening your own gym

Today's episode features guest S&C coach Chris Radford from the RAD centre in Ballarat. Chris and Durham discuss the growth and development of RAD, the importance of mentors and why a few cheeky bicep curls at the end of the workout never hurts... ;)

45 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Chris Radford on opening your own gym

Do Sprinters need to be “fit”?

Following on from EP.137 in this episode we cover all things energy system interplay, conditioning training for track athletes and different methods for developing your energy systems for the sport or event you compete in. The video regarding the trickle down effect we refer to can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_UKyFqi4m04"

59 MIN6 d ago
Comments
Do Sprinters need to be “fit”?

Training for the 100m

We train a number of athletes from sports that require sprinting and running, but the 100m sprinter is a unique athlete to work with. From neural flexibility and hamstrings, to strength development and acceleration mechanics, in this episode we breakdown the dos and don't for strength and conditioning with sprinters. Check out our playlist on YouTube we have put together on the topic of speed development: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vldfypMgcyY&list=PLLGwYUBXVGQWj1XlIIw__u-Q-jq2m_FLj

62 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Training for the 100m

Pat Wilson - The art of coaching

Coach Pat Wilson joins us to talk about the art and skill of coaching, transitioning from athlete to coach and why he thinks a team of coaches would beat a team of athletes in a 4x100m relay

50 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Pat Wilson - The art of coaching

Are you on a Low Performance Program?

It breaks our hearts to see too many athletes drowning on suboptimal training plans. Too much work, too little rest, not enough variety, too much variety there are many ways to do it wrong, so in this episode we cover the essential components of all great programs. And it's not that hard to optimise your plan, a little planning at the start of the month/year goes a long way. We cover: Sleep, rest, strength training, mental skills, visualisation and heaps more.

51 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Are you on a Low Performance Program?

Core Training - The best and worst ways to build the mid section

It goes without saying that we are passionate believers in a strong core as the foundation for performance and durability. In this episode we dive into all things Core, evolution, the history of core training, the discovery of new muscles (this century!) and the best and worst exercises for developing a strong mid section. resources: https://coreadvantage.com.au/blog/2015/thecore https://coreadvantage.com.au/blog/2017/are-sit-ups-bad The functional 5 minute abs: https://youtu.be/x0PWAS9i2m4

62 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Core Training - The best and worst ways to build the mid section

Tennille Hay - On balancing motherhood and working in high performance

Durham chats with Tennille Hay, a pioneer of strength and conditioning in womens football about her career in strength & conditioning. We cover: Her time as the HPM ofCarlton Football club in their inaugural AFLW season Injury prevention for the female athlete The challenges of balancing high performance work with motherhood Her new role at Maribrynong Sports Academy The compounding power of doing excellent work Career advice to young women on how to make it in football And plenty more

84 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Tennille Hay - On balancing motherhood and working in high performance

How neural fatigue kills performance

After the crushing loss by the Boomers to France for the Bronze medal at last weeks World Cup, Durham and Jacob needed some therapy in the form of a podcast. We talk about what neural fatigue is, how to best fight back against it and the benefits of foam rolling, vibration and nutrition. Links: Tournament article: https://coreadvantage.com.au/blog/2013/5/28/how-to-maximise-tournament-performance Review paper on foam rolling: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31256353"

43 MIN3 w ago
Comments
How neural fatigue kills performance

We Updated the App! - Fatlek and Tempo timers

Version 1.2.0 of the Core Advantage interval timer app is now available for free on iOS and Android. In today’s episode Durham and Jacob talk about the new features, how most people get Fartlek training wrong, and the value of tempo training for tendon health. Some resources: Download the app here: https://coreadvantage.com.au/get-the-app The Rio, 2016 paper looking into tempo training for tendons: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4752665/

34 MINSEP 19
Comments
We Updated the App! - Fatlek and Tempo timers

We need a better word for stiffness

Landing is more than a conversation about good vs bad, heavy vs light. Join our conversation as we talk about all things landing mechanics, plyometrics, ACLs, childhood development and screening/assessment.

45 MINSEP 15
Comments
We need a better word for stiffness