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A podcast that is a deep dive on speed, power, strength, and endurance. We discuss winning cultures driven by successful leaders. Our podcast will target coaches who want to level up in their pursuit of lifelong professional development. We will talk to people at the tip of the spear in track & field, basketball, baseball, football, Olympic sports, strength & conditioning, and education. We will unearth the commonalities between successful programs from high school to college and event the p ...
 
Who Are You: The Life Lessons of Sports introduces us to extraordinary people who share personal stories about their relationship with sports well beyond the scoreboard. Joining our team gives you access to moving interviews as our guests explore and address their motivation, internal drive, risk, courage, and perseverance. Whether you watch, participate, compete, play, or coach, join us as we uncover the extraordinary power of sports 7 days a week. Listen to interviews with sports legends f ...
 
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This is the final entry of our III part series on Building a Culture from Zero. Before listening to Part III please make sure you have listened to Part I and Part II. How to handle injuries, attendance, and absences through google forms. I go on to talk about the ability to be flexible by being empowered with details ahead of time. We want to have …
 
Graham and I discuss his entry into coaching and all the people who helped set the path for him into the sport. We chat about the influence of Carl Valle on our development into coaching! Coach Eaton talks about the content he has developed for Simplifaster and his desire to create value for other coaches around the world. Coach goes further into t…
 
This week we get deeper into the HOW to build a winning culture. With a large number of actionable strategies for improving and maintaining successful programs. Listening to Part here is MANDATORY before beginning Part II. In this installment we further discuss our team Theme days, then we dive into the specifics of running off a team breakfast at …
 
This week we dive deep into a number of subjects like nutrition, diet, health, and lifelong wellness with Wendi Irlbeck. Wendi is one of the biggest names in sport's nutrition. Wendi combines her roots on the farm with her experience in strength & conditioning, and college sports to create strong connections for global health. Irlbeck has worked wi…
 
Learn how to build a program that lacked identity into a team that everyone respects. Improve culture not only for your team but the entire school's program. Increase roster size and learn to develop an off-season program to dominate in the season. Learn from my mistakes. Why it takes five years. Cornerstones will be a good staff and continued educ…
 
Companions of the Compendium Episode 25 Calvin Smith Former World Record 100m Sprinter, Olympic Gold Medalist and Author Today I got to meet a hero of mine growing up! Even when I was young I loved sprinting and the Olympics! Today I get to meet one of the fastest people in the history of planet earth. A clean sport advocate, we got into numerous s…
 
A discussion of strategies on how to move a sprinter up or a distance runner down to the 400/800 races. The over-under principle. Week to week and day to day. Case Studies of an athlete moving down and an athlete moving up. Rotate events and its advantages. Do everything you can to have a positive first experience. Race Model for the 400 and 800. U…
 
Scott Christensen’s teams have been ranked in the national top 10 eight times since 1995. His Stillwater boy’s team won the 1997 High School National Championship and his squads have captured multiple Minnesota State Championships. Four Stillwater alumni have broken 4:00 in the mile since leaving the program. Scott has coached 13 Minnesota State Ch…
 
A discussion of strategies on how to move a sprinter up or a distance runner down to the 400/800 races. The over-under principle. Week to week and day to day. Case Studies of an athlete moving down and an athlete moving up. Rotate events and its advantages. Do everything you can to have a positive first experience. Race Model for the 400 and 800. U…
 
We first get acquainted with Keith Ferrara and his inspiring story to overcome a serious injury where he was told he could lose his leg from compartment syndrome. Like all things in Keith’s life, he beat it into submission to accomplish a great many things in sport through developing a monster of a strength and conditioning program from scratch. Ke…
 
This is live audio from A New Coaches Guide to Developing a Training Plan I did for the MTCCCA clinic. I cover a lot of ground for you to use as scaffolding for the future of your own unique training model. Use the time codes as a guide to different topics you want to jump into during my seminar. Audio Table of Contents :31 400-meter dash focus 1:4…
 
It is my pleasure to introduce a rising star, Brendan Thompson. A great mind who combines academics, coaching, and personal experience. Coach Thompson is a key contributor to the blog on Simplifaster. Thompson works with athletes at all levels from youth to professional. As a doctor and DI All-American, he is in a unique position to be the bridge b…
 
Here I discuss how college programs would be wise to hire and interview high school coaches for available positions. For elite performance technology please visit: https://store.simplifaster.com/sku/83/ To purchase the Sprinter's Compendium visit: https://store.vervante.com/c/v/V4081803315.html --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ryan-josep…
 
Today I answer numerous questions curated from various social media platforms on speed, training, and track & field. For elite performance technology please visit: https://store.simplifaster.com/sku/83/ To purchase the Sprinter's Compendium visit: https://store.vervante.com/c/v/V4081803315.html 1. I'm new to sprinting and currently run fairly slow …
 
1. You start the fight you finish it. 2. Presence Matters 3. There are No Limits 4. No one can tell you who you are but you. For elite performance technology please visit: https://store.simplifaster.com/sku/83/ To purchase the Sprinter's Compendium visit: https://store.vervante.com/c/v/V4081803315.html Follow Me on Twitter @sprinterscompen --- Supp…
 
I had the pleasure to have Coach Carly Fehler on my podcast. Carly brings a unique perspective as an elite multi-time national champion athlete in DIII track and field and now as a coach at UW-Parkside. Carly honored me by diving deep into her personal background both as an athlete and coach. We covered a lot of ground and subjects. I have been a f…
 
Kurt Hines has built programs into winning programs on both coasts of the United States of America. Kurt has a unique story that helped develop his unique style of leadership and inspiring platform with an international reach. He discusses conflict resolution: coach to athlete, athlete to coach, and athlete to athlete. How to coach and develop a cu…
 
1. Purpose 2. Daniel's 3. Peak 4. Talent 5. Periodization 6. Sprinter's 7. Game 8. Supple 9. Overrated 10. You have Taught For elite performance technology please visit: https://store.simplifaster.com/sku/83/ To purchase the Sprinter's Compendium visit: https://store.vervante.com/c/v/V4081803315.html --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ryan…
 
Today I had the pleasure of sitting down with my good friend Andreas Behm. Coach Behm is the VP of Performance and Short Sprints & Hurdles coach for ALTIS. Coach Behm and I covered numerous topics on coaching, mentorship, minimum effective dose, menu systems, and managing numerous elite athletes at once. It was a great conversation with a good frie…
 
1. The Chance to Still Develop Leaders 2. Teaching us Delayed Gratification 3. Creating Relationship that Last a Life Time 4. The Chance to Grow and Improve. 5. Makes Believers (In themselves) Visit our sponsor: https://store.simplifaster.com/sku/83/ For the Sprinter's Compendium visit: https://store.vervante.com/c/v/V4081803315.html --- Support th…
 
I had a great time discussing a deep dive into the training of an elite sprint group. Everything on and off the track must be developed and learned to bring an athlete to world-class status. I enjoyed learning Bart's process in developing training and his adaptations over time. He lays out his daily training within a weekly micro-cycle. We talked a…
 
Today I break down my process on actionable things to help you stay above the drama and be a net positive for the community in which I serve as a coach. Visit our sponsor: https://store.simplifaster.com/sku/83/ For the Sprinter's Compendium visit: https://store.vervante.com/c/v/V4081803315.html --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ryan-josep…
 
I had the privilege to sit down with long-time strength and conditioning coach Bob Alejo. I got to know one another through our friend Derek Hansen and his ZoomPOP group talks. Bob packs a ton of philosophical and technical expertise in our hour together. Coach, athletes, and administrators will find a lot of value in our conversation. For our stre…
 
1. Losing a classroom/team because I lacked composure 2. Never Getting Past Injuries 3. Loading my Athletes too Much 4. Not Running a 4x400 in 2003 5. Reaching Back Out to My Friend Please visit our sponsor Simplifaster: https://store.simplifaster.com/sku/83/ To pick up a copy of the Sprinter's Compendium please visit: https://store.vervante.com/c/…
 
Illyan and I had one of the deepest training conversations yet on this Podcast. We went into hyper detail about his training design. Anyone listening to this talk is given an advanced primer into the coaching world of jumps. His talk along with my discussion with Rob Assise a few weeks back will give you what few clinics can provide on jump trainin…
 
5. Success is not hinged on what competitors do. 4. Clear standards matter but should have enough agility to fit all manner of circumstances. 3. Learn when to engage in debate and when not to engage. 2. Never be afraid to ask for help and don't be mad when some say no. 1. Live the "All Depends" philosophy. Visit our Sponsor Simplifaster: https://st…
 
Today was like being a kid in a candy store as I had an absolute blast learning from Al Vermeil. Coach Vermeil is most famous for his work as the strength & conditioning coach during the Chicago Bull's dynasty run and his time with the NFL Championship 49ers. However, it's important to mention he has spent time with almost every level including hig…
 
More relationship-building in practice & less in competition. Don't be a distraction to the athlete or the team. Relationships matter more than technical expertise to your pupils. Perception is the reality to parents, guardians, and athletes. Parents are crucial to healthy coach-to-athlete connections. Please visit our sponsor Simplifaster: https:/…
 
It was my pleasure to have program builder, inspirational leader, and hurdle expert JT Ayers. JT starts our conversation about the importance of finding the right mentors and humbling yourself to create connections with coaches who are doing things right. These networks are critical for our growth into better servants to our community. Next JT and …
 
Today I discuss sprint training for master's athletes. We start out discussing acceleration and its value for older sprinters. Then we move to how to implement upright running by specifically targeting stride length by maintaining it for the long haul and how to improve it. Next, I lay out a way for master's sprinters to handle their off-season con…
 
It was my great pleasure to have one of the most prolific Olympic coaches in history on my podcast, Stuart McMillan. Coach and I started our discussion on the importance of the rare centrist. We talked about his early mentors and even his own athletes as teachers. Coach McMillan explained the importance of developing a relationship where the athlet…
 
In today's chat, I discuss that technical training does work. We then dive into Derek Hansen's idea about the simple model and cue of #bethehashtag. Technical work must be seen daily in training to build the movement patterns you want to see. Just like all other training to maximize an individual's potential, we must steer our interventions to our …
 
It is my great pleasure to present to you today Coach Robert Assise, nationally renowned jumps coach, writer, and clinician. Founding father of Fieldfocus. Coach of scores of all-state athletes in the jumps and frequent contributor to Simplifaster. Rob and I covered a lot of ground in our 1.5-hour talk. Coach Assise discussed the development of jum…
 
1. Be consistent 2. Social Equity 3. No Outrageous promises 4. Honest even when hard 5. Be prepared in advance For elite performance technology please visit: https://store.simplifaster.com/sku/83/ To get your copy of the Sprinter's Compendium visit: https://store.vervante.com/c/v/V4081803315.html --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ryan-jos…
 
Buddy Morris is a force of nature this is an unvarnished conversation with colorful language abound. Buddy holds nothing back in his honest approach to four decades of sports development. In this particular conversation, I allowed coach to dive into his stream of consciousness and take me along for the ride. We discussed athletic development at the…
 
Thoughts Why We Should Try to Coach from the Emotional Middle Ground To pick up the Sprinter's Compendium: https://tinyurl.com/y6eydy6w​ To follow me at Twitter: @SprintersCompen To follow me at Instagram: ryan.banta 1. Influence of Wooden 2. Magic and Kareem Story 3. My own story 4. Long-lasting benefits 5. It's getting harder --- Support this pod…
 
It was my distinct pleasure to have a great conversation with Olympic champion and World Record holding sprinter Bianca Knight. We discussed the rapid rise to track and field stardom. She took us through her transition from amateur to professional ranks. Bianca talks about the importance of being true to yourself and how sometimes the solitary purs…
 
Today I discuss the defense of old school methods. I ask the questions where you there, are/were they successful for a long period of time, and does the "new school" training pass the smell test? Further, I talk about having an open mind goes both ways. Plenty of absolutes out in the world but those standards are hard to defend. I then circle back …
 
Coach Kebba Tolbert is a record-breaking coach at the Division I and Ivy League level. It was an honor to speak to Kebba about his development as a coach. We discussed the unique opportunities and challenges of coaching young adults at such a prestigious academic institution like Harvard. We discussed how he has been influenced by great coaches lik…
 
I discuss methods and means to improve cross-training options for sprinters through injury or plan B, C, D, etc. I move on to talk about how to improve the holy grail of speed, Maximum Velocity. I talk about how to manage when athletes are sore and what must be done to not interrupt the growth of speed in the process. I talk about if endurance trai…
 
It was a pleasure to dive deep into the science of high speed. We did deep dives into research mistakes and strategies coaches to best make use of their time studying research. We discussed how it's possible to marry science and high-performance coaching. Dr. Clark educates us on commonalities and motor realities in research on limb velocity. He ta…
 
In this week's bonus drop on the pod, we turn to Reddit for questions from their sprint community! We discuss building speed in many different forms and events. I give my unfiltered opinion on the Toe Drag technique during a sprint block start. Then we break down the mysticism behind drills and teach their real purpose in daily training planning fo…
 
Today we talk with recording-breaking coach and author Sean O'Connor. Sean has singlehandedly rewrote the Missouri distance records both in XC and track & field. Coach O'Connor and I discuss his influences that led to his path into coaching. He lays out his unique system of training that he developed from some of the biggest names in distance coach…
 
1. Have you read the book Born to run and if so thoughts? 2. If you have read it, how do you think running sandals or minimalist shoes would translate on the track for shorter distance sprints as opposed to the long runs in the book? Feel free to tag anyone that might have input. A. Purpose B. Injury prevention C. Implementation D. Caution E. Other…
 
From across the ocean, we get to have a pleasant chat with Mike Hurst the godfather of the Concurrent System for sprint training. Which lines up nicely with the critical mass system discussed recently. His modular methods have produced World Class competitors for 40 years! He discusses the microcycles that are used in his unique program. We highlig…
 
I discuss the differences in three or e elite high school sprinters I have had the privilege to coach. I reflect on training methods, the difference in implementing that training, and what I have learned from coaching the trio of athletes. We look at their strengths and weakness along with the opportunities for other coaches to reflect on what I ha…
 
In episode 4 we talk with Latif Thomas. Coach Thomas is an elite speed and sprint coach! As the owner of Complete Track & Field, he has provided content and value to coaches around the world. We discuss his evolution from a young coach searching for knowledge to becoming one of the best educators for the sport on the planet. Coach discuss who or sh…
 
End the War on TEMPO. It's NOT a four-letter word! As a tune-up for the upcoming VSPC coach Tyler Germain & Coach Banta sat down to answer questions about tempo training for sprinters. They discuss implementation, differences for events, and evolution of the training modality throughout the track and field season. When finish by answering numerous …
 
High School and Club Coach Sean Burris is one of the principal founders of the #criticalmasssystem and Coach of World Youth Record Holder Justin Robinson. Coach Burris's athletes have accumulated numerous state team and individual titles. His athletes have set national records through the USATF and AAU track & field. One of the best-kept secrets in…
 
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