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The Performance Podcast | Strength Training, Olympic Weightlifting, Performance, Fitness, Speed | Wil Fleming and Coach Dos

Wil Fleming and Coach Dos

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The Performance Podcast | Strength Training, Olympic Weightlifting, Performance, Fitness, Speed | Wil Fleming and Coach Dos
The Performance Podcast | Strength Training, Olympic Weightlifting, Performance, Fitness, Speed | Wil Fleming and Coach Dos

The Performance Podcast | Strength Training, Olympic Weightlifting, Performance, Fitness, Speed | Wil Fleming and Coach Dos

Wil Fleming and Coach Dos

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The Performance Podcast is a weekly one-of-a-kind Strength, Conditioning, Training, Fitness, and Performance Podcast hosted by Wil Fleming and Coach Dos! Each week we have interviews with some of the top strength and conditioning coaches in the country as well as a 1 on 1 talk with legendary strength coach Robert Dos Remedios (Coach Dos)

Latest Episodes

Be Like the Best- Author Anthony Renna

On today's episode we have Anthony Renna, author of Be Like the Best: A Guide to Reaching the Top in the Fitness Profession. Anthony is the host of the Strength Coach Podcast and co-owner of Strengthcoach.com. In this episode he shares the process of writing this monumental book and the things he has learned from interviewing the best coaches in strength and conditioning. Learn more and buy the book at www.belikethebest.com

34 MINOCT 17
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Be Like the Best- Author Anthony Renna

Sprinting Faster with Jeff Coover

On this episode I interview collegiate track and field coach, 14x nationals pole vault qualifier Jeff Coover (also one of my best friends) about... How to sprint faster. Why the only way to run faster is to run fast. What transfers from the weightroom to the track. This is a great episode, check it out!

35 MINOCT 11
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Sprinting Faster with Jeff Coover

Building Youth Champions with Jimmy Duke, and why squatting first is awesome

In the coach Dos segment we talk about the fallacy of a big 3 and particularly only using those movements to train your athletes. This is a good one! This week I interview Jimmy Duke of Lift For Life Weightlifting, a non-profit program for at risk youths in St. Louis. Jimmy is the coach of multiple international team members and an incredible coach. He fills us in on how he structures training for the youth athletes he trains.

54 MINOCT 2
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Building Youth Champions with Jimmy Duke, and why squatting first is awesome

Should you coach yourself, why athletes should jerk, and my rant

On this special podcast I go it alone and answer listener questions: Should you program for yourself? Why you must be doing the jerk. An easy way to use VBT and a rant on my biggest pet peeves.

47 MINSEP 26
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Should you coach yourself, why athletes should jerk, and my rant

Weightlifting Peaks and Transition Phases with Mike McKenna

On this episode I talk with hall of fame guest, Mike McKenna. We talk about how to peak for a meet, how to be prepared for anything during a meet, and how to do a transition phase after a meet. With Coach Dos, I ask him about training in multiple planes and why so many programs forget to do it.

48 MINSEP 18
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Weightlifting Peaks and Transition Phases with Mike McKenna

Breaking through Adversity w/ Tom Morris

On this episode I interview Tom Morris from Indiana University. Tom was one of my collegiate strength coaches, and 7 years ago he was in a catastrophic bike accident. He tells us how he overcame that tremendous adversity to now lead the strength department of a Power 5 school. In the Coach Dos segment we talk about, lifting on game day, designing conditioning programming for team sports and more.

56 MINSEP 11
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Breaking through Adversity w/ Tom Morris

The Pod is BACK (and an interview with Doug Ballard, my very first coach)

We're back. I fill you in on the plans for the podcast going forward. I share the new format that starts next week. I interview Doug Ballard, an old school renaissance strength athlete. Hear about his beginnings in powerlifting, how he ended up in sumo wrestling, highland games and weightlifting. This episode is brought to you by www.wilfleming.com

48 MINSEP 5
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The Pod is BACK (and an interview with Doug Ballard, my very first coach)

Incredible NEW episode: Listener Q&A-

We answer questions from you all like: Why Muscle Snatches are awesome, Micro-Dosing training for performance, training hamstrings for performance. And more! We are brought to you by the NSPA, learn more at www.nspa.org

35 MIN2018 DEC 18
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Incredible NEW episode: Listener Q&A-

The King of metabolic work: Complexes and Combos

We are back and Brought to you by the NSPA. Learn more at www.nspa.org. On this one Dos and I talk about how to design effective complexes and combos and what the difference between the two actually is.

34 MIN2018 NOV 26
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The King of metabolic work: Complexes and Combos

Alwyn Cosgrove Part 2

In part 2 Alwyn Cosgrove details how coaches could add OCR training to their businesses, and the impact it could have on their success as a business. We are brought to you by the NSPA, learn more at www.nspa.org

33 MIN2018 OCT 15
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Alwyn Cosgrove Part 2

Latest Episodes

Be Like the Best- Author Anthony Renna

On today's episode we have Anthony Renna, author of Be Like the Best: A Guide to Reaching the Top in the Fitness Profession. Anthony is the host of the Strength Coach Podcast and co-owner of Strengthcoach.com. In this episode he shares the process of writing this monumental book and the things he has learned from interviewing the best coaches in strength and conditioning. Learn more and buy the book at www.belikethebest.com

34 MINOCT 17
Comments
Be Like the Best- Author Anthony Renna

Sprinting Faster with Jeff Coover

On this episode I interview collegiate track and field coach, 14x nationals pole vault qualifier Jeff Coover (also one of my best friends) about... How to sprint faster. Why the only way to run faster is to run fast. What transfers from the weightroom to the track. This is a great episode, check it out!

35 MINOCT 11
Comments
Sprinting Faster with Jeff Coover

Building Youth Champions with Jimmy Duke, and why squatting first is awesome

In the coach Dos segment we talk about the fallacy of a big 3 and particularly only using those movements to train your athletes. This is a good one! This week I interview Jimmy Duke of Lift For Life Weightlifting, a non-profit program for at risk youths in St. Louis. Jimmy is the coach of multiple international team members and an incredible coach. He fills us in on how he structures training for the youth athletes he trains.

54 MINOCT 2
Comments
Building Youth Champions with Jimmy Duke, and why squatting first is awesome

Should you coach yourself, why athletes should jerk, and my rant

On this special podcast I go it alone and answer listener questions: Should you program for yourself? Why you must be doing the jerk. An easy way to use VBT and a rant on my biggest pet peeves.

47 MINSEP 26
Comments
Should you coach yourself, why athletes should jerk, and my rant

Weightlifting Peaks and Transition Phases with Mike McKenna

On this episode I talk with hall of fame guest, Mike McKenna. We talk about how to peak for a meet, how to be prepared for anything during a meet, and how to do a transition phase after a meet. With Coach Dos, I ask him about training in multiple planes and why so many programs forget to do it.

48 MINSEP 18
Comments
Weightlifting Peaks and Transition Phases with Mike McKenna

Breaking through Adversity w/ Tom Morris

On this episode I interview Tom Morris from Indiana University. Tom was one of my collegiate strength coaches, and 7 years ago he was in a catastrophic bike accident. He tells us how he overcame that tremendous adversity to now lead the strength department of a Power 5 school. In the Coach Dos segment we talk about, lifting on game day, designing conditioning programming for team sports and more.

56 MINSEP 11
Comments
Breaking through Adversity w/ Tom Morris

The Pod is BACK (and an interview with Doug Ballard, my very first coach)

We're back. I fill you in on the plans for the podcast going forward. I share the new format that starts next week. I interview Doug Ballard, an old school renaissance strength athlete. Hear about his beginnings in powerlifting, how he ended up in sumo wrestling, highland games and weightlifting. This episode is brought to you by www.wilfleming.com

48 MINSEP 5
Comments
The Pod is BACK (and an interview with Doug Ballard, my very first coach)

Incredible NEW episode: Listener Q&A-

We answer questions from you all like: Why Muscle Snatches are awesome, Micro-Dosing training for performance, training hamstrings for performance. And more! We are brought to you by the NSPA, learn more at www.nspa.org

35 MIN2018 DEC 18
Comments
Incredible NEW episode: Listener Q&A-

The King of metabolic work: Complexes and Combos

We are back and Brought to you by the NSPA. Learn more at www.nspa.org. On this one Dos and I talk about how to design effective complexes and combos and what the difference between the two actually is.

34 MIN2018 NOV 26
Comments
The King of metabolic work: Complexes and Combos

Alwyn Cosgrove Part 2

In part 2 Alwyn Cosgrove details how coaches could add OCR training to their businesses, and the impact it could have on their success as a business. We are brought to you by the NSPA, learn more at www.nspa.org

33 MIN2018 OCT 15
Comments
Alwyn Cosgrove Part 2
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