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The Just Fly Performance Podcast is dedicated to all aspects of athletic performance training, with an emphasis on speed and power development. Featured on the show are coaches and experts in the spectrum of sport performance, ranging from strength and conditioning, to track and field, to sport psychology. Hosted by Joel Smith, the Just Fly Performance Podcast brings you some of the best information on modern athletic performance available.
 
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Today’s episode features Fergus Connolly, renowned expert on team performance success factors and holistic integration and welcomes back coach Cameron Josse, director of sports performance for DeFranco’s Training Systems.When it comes to athletics and sports performance, we tend to start in the world of muscles, forces, tissues and exercise phy ...…
 
Today’s episode is a special roundtable featuring all previous podcast guests, Jay DeMayo, Jeff Moyer and Michael Zweifel.Jay DeMayo is a long time strength coach at the University of Richmond, working primarily with basketball along with several other sports. He also heads up the Central Virginia Sports Performance Seminar and Podcast.Jeff Moy ...…
 
Today’s episode features Andy Ryland senior manager of education and training at USA Football since 2010. Andy was a former Penn State linebacker and a member of the U.S. Men’s Rugby team and is widely recognized as a foremost expert on developing the fundamentals for successful shoulder tackling.In youth sports and beyond, cultivating skill ac ...…
 
Today’s episode features Miguel Aragoncillo, strength coach and skill acquisition specialist based out of Boston, MA. Miguel has worked with athletes of all levels, and now specializes in working with baseball pitchers where he is getting serious results through integration of skill and motor learning tools. Miguel has a significant background ...…
 
Today’s episode features an expert roundtable on an integrative view of single and double leg (unilateral and bilateral) training. Experts include Cal Dietz, author of Triphasic Training and University of Minnesota strength coach, Cameron Josse, director of sports performance at DeFranco’s gym (co-author of “The Process”), and Chad Dennis, vete ...…
 
Today’s episode features Doug Kechijian, therapist, coach and owner of Resilient Performance Systems. Resilient’s clientele includes athletes and operators from a variety of professional and collegiate sports, as well as, federal law enforcement tactical teams, military special operations forces, and those with a history of persistent pain and ...…
 
Today’s episode features Greg Potter. Greg is a former sprint coach (he has written some fantastic Q and A pieces for Just Fly Sports in the past regarding all things sprint training) who is now a Ph.D and expert on Circadian Rhythms and their impact on our health and well-being.Greg is the former content director at HumanOS.me and now works as ...…
 
Today’s episode features founder of Achieve Performance, Jeremy Frisch, and guest co-host, Dr. Tommy John. Both of these individuals are making a big difference in not only the world of youth sports, but also in teaching the importance of global human movement skills, as well as in bringing the importance of movement as a necessary and healing ...…
 
Today’s episode features javelin coach and athlete Kevin Foster. Kevin is a former Division I javelin thrower for the University of Connecticut. He is currently training to compete post-collegiately as an athlete for the 2020 Olympic Trials in the javelin event. Kevin works as a private trainer and consultant, specializing in javelin.A young co ...…
 
Today’s episode features Dr. Ben House. Dr. House has a Ph.D. in Nutrition from the University of Texas at Austin, is also a Nutritionist (CN), Functional Diagnostic Nutritionist (FDN), and Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner (CFMP).Functional Medicine is Ben’s life’s passion. He has studied under some of the best in the world and contin ...…
 
Today’s episode features nutrition consultant and performance coach, Matt Cooper. Matt is a bright young mind who I’ve had many conversations with in my recent journey of human performance. He was the guest for episode #121 where he talked about many training concepts, including the potential neurological drawbacks of excessive training under h ...…
 
Today’s episode features Jake Schuster, sports performance coach, consultant and researcher hailing from Boston, MassachusettsJake has his MSc from renowned Loughborough University in the UK and completed work towards his doctorate in New Zealand with the national Rugby Sevens teams through the Rio Olympics. He has published in the on both rugb ...…
 
Today’s episode features Irish biomechanics specialist, David Grey. David is highly integrative, and has been influenced by many of the top minds in the world as he creates solutions to get clients to fix their movement, get out of pain, and in turn run and perform better.I’m not sure what got me turned onto David’s videos on Instagram (where I ...…
 
Today’s episode features myself in a question and answer episode where I discuss questions from listeners on a variety of athletic topics. This podcast has had such incredible guests in the last several months that I hadn’t done one of these episodes in some time, but having been asked when I was going to do the next one, I decided it was time. ...…
 
Today’s episode features JB Morin, who returns to the show after being guest #12, 3 years ago. JB is a world-leading researcher in the world of sprint biomechanics and forces, as well as resisted sprinting, force-velocity profiling and sprint injury factors. He is currently Full Professor at the Faculty of Sport Sciences of the University of Ni ...…
 
Today’s episode features Jake Tuura. Jake is a collegiate strength and conditioning coach, currently working at Youngstown State University. Prior to YSU, Jake was an assistant S&C coach at the University of Minnesota-Duluth. Jake runs the website jackedathlete.com which helps athletes gain copious amounts of muscle, hit PRs in the weight room, ...…
 
Today’s episode features Dr. Keith Baar, professor at UC Davis and renowned tendon training researcher and expert. Professor Keith Baar received his PhD from the University of Illinois where he discovered the molecular signal that causes load-induced muscle hypertrophy. Keith is currently the head of the Functional Molecular Biology Laboratory ...…
 
Today’s episode features track coach and acupuncture student, Sam Wuest. Sam is finishing his acupuncture degree at New England School of Acupuncture and is a track and field coach at Tufts University.Sam is a former NCAA DI athlete, and holds multiple certifications in strength and conditioning and track and field. Sam has worked with a divers ...…
 
Today’s episode features writer and personal trainer Tim Anderson.Tim has been a personal trainer for over 20 years. He has written and co-written many books on the subject of primal bodyweight movements, including The Becoming Bulletproof Project, Habitual Strength, Pressing RESET, and Original Strength Performance. When it comes down to it, h ...…
 
Today’s episode features Keegan Smith, strength coach and founder of the RealMOVEMENT Project.Keegan has worked with the Premiership winning Sydney Roosters in the Australian National Rugby League (NRL) along with 5 other professional teams. He spent 6 years sleeping on floors living in third world communities looking for solutions of how to ma ...…
 
Today’s episode features Nick DiMarco, director of sports performance at Elon University.With a thorough understanding of training loads, and the components behind transferable agility training, Nick has a unique array of insights he brings to the coaching table. As a former professional athlete (NY Jets and Baltimore Ravens outside linebacker ...…
 
Today’s episode features Mike Guadango, coach and owner at Freak Strength in Oakland, New Jersey. Mike has mentored under coaching legends such as Buddy Morris, James “The Thinker” Smith, and Joe DeFranco. He has coached athletes from NFL, MLB, NBA, MLL, Rugby League, Rugby Union and Olympic medalists to pre-pubescent athletes. including 10+ NF ...…
 
Today’s episode features Mike Salemi. Mike specializes in human performance and is a sought after international presenter in the field of health and fitness. He has a diverse background in strength and conditioning and has competed over the course of 15+ years at an elite level in Powerlifting and Kettlebell Sport.Through his own path of resolv ...…
 
Today’s episode features Max Aita, head coach of Team Juggernaut weightlifting.Max has been involved in the sports of Weightlifting and Powerlifting as a coach and athlete for the better part of 2 decades. Having trained under legendary coaches Ivan Abadjiev and Steve Gough for weightlifting and alongside the likes of Mark Bell for powerlifting ...…
 
Today’s episode features Ben Patrick ("Knees Over Toes Guy"), coach and founder of the “Athletic Truth Group” a gym and online training service based out of Clearwater Beach Florida.Ben overcame debilitating knee and shin pain, as well as subsequent surgeries through a personal journey taking knee and foot strength training means to their fulle ...…
 
Today’s episode features coach, biomechanist and inventor Adarian Barr.Adarian has had a number of appearances on this podcast, speaking on common sprint and jump training myths, athletic asymmetry, and the foot. As long as I’ve known Adarian, it’s as if I am talking to someone coaching many years in the future where we have a more thorough and ...…
 
Today’s episode features UW-River Falls strength coach Carmen PataCarmen Pata, MS, CSCS*D, RSCC*D, a two-time nominee for the National Strength Coaches Association College Strength Coach of the Year, is the Director of Athletic Performance at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls. He has written two books, as well as articles for the Wisconsi ...…
 
Today’s episode features track and physical preparation coach Ross Jeffs.Ross currently coaches at the regional training center in Rotterdam in the Netherlands. Although having a track and field background, Ross has worked with world class athletes from a variety of sports. He has been mentored by Jonas Dodoo within the Speedworks coaching syst ...…
 
Today’s episode features Dr. Ebonie Rio, leading researcher in tendon pain and rehabilitation at La Trobe University.Ebonie has a clinical career that has taken her to the Australian Institute of Sport, the Australian Ballet Company, Australian Ballet School, Melbourne Heart Football Club, Alphington Sports Medicine Centre, 2010 Vancouver Winte ...…
 
Today’s episode features Christian Thibaudeau who is back for his third appearance on the podcast.Christian is a world-renowned expert in strength training, but has gained recent attention particularly for his neurotyping system (read my review of it here), which trains athletes in accordance with their neurotransmitter levels and sensitivities ...…
 
Today’s episode features Dr. Michael Yessis, Soviet sport science expert, creator of the 1x20 training system, and internationally renowned expert on sports training and biomechanics.On this podcast, we’ve had plenty of coaches who have talked about the 1x20 strength training system and the results it has brought them. Being 142 episodes into t ...…
 
Today’s episode features UK physical preparation coach Sam Portland.Sam has been a strength coach on the elite level for nearly a decade, working with premiership rugby, Olympians, and international competitors ranging from hockey to track and field. He was first introduced to me by Keir Wenham-Flatt in our podcast together, where Keir mentione ...…
 
Today’s episode features kinesiologist Zig Zeigler. Zig is an expert specializing in kinesiotherapy, sports performance, post rehab conditioning, and corrective exercise with over 27 years of experience. In his career, Zig has assisted many thousands of athletes, including some of the world’s best in professional sport.Zig is currently the host ...…
 
Today’s episode welcomes back to the show Dr. Tommy John, along with neurological training adept, Alex Lee. This episode was recorded in-person, after spending a few hours playing “around the world” in basketball and sliding down slides on a children’s playground.Dr. Tommy John is a Chiropractor/Sports Performance coach (depending on which way ...…
 
Today’s episode features the first in-person recording of the Just Fly Performance podcast with Stanford University basketball strength coach, Cory Schlesinger. Cory’s combination of creativity and intuition makes him one of the most unique strength coaches I know, and his passion for the proper physical development of his players shines throug ...…
 
Today’s episode features your host, Joel Smith, talking on various elements of optimizing the manner by which an athlete experiences a workout. You could have similar workouts on paper, say 5x3 cleans or 10 jumps over a high jump bar, but the subtleties and nuances by which those repetitions are executed mean everything in how well an athlete w ...…
 
Today’s episode features James Smith, owner of the “U of Strength” in Tyngsboro Massachusetts. James has coached a variety of athletes from the novice to the elite skill levels, some of which include current NHL, NBA, and MLS players and the 2011 NCAA Men’s Basketball National Champion UConn Huskies. Through adaptive, creative, and experience-b ...…
 
Today’s episode features track coach Tony Holler, famous for his “Feed the Cats” training system for high school sprinters. He is also the coach of Marcellus Moore, a rising junior and one of the top sprinters in the nation with a 100m personal best of 10.31 ran as a high school sophomore. Tony is a teacher and coach at Plainfield North High Sc ...…
 
Today’s episode features sports performance coach Jeremy Frisch. Jeremy is a leader in training young athletes, and has developed a training style revolving around play in favor of robotic or overly specific work for this population. Jeremy is the owner of Achieve Performance Training in Clinton, Massachusetts. Prior to that he served as a stre ...…
 
Today’s episode features Jérome Simian, French physical preparation coach. Jérome is a coach who not only has been trained by some of the best minds in the world (Jay Schroeder and Charles Poliquin) but also works with some of the greatest athletes in the world, notably Kevin Mayer, the new decathlon world record holder who broke Ashton Eaton’s ...…
 
Today’s episode features Adarian Barr, biomechanist and inventor. Adarian is a unique coach who sees human movement in a fresh new light. His methods and insight has highlighted the majority of my own learning on sprinting, jumping, throwing and everything in between in the past 2 years, and I’m thrilled to have him back on the show.Today, Adar ...…
 
Today’s episode features strength coach Sheldon Dunlap, one of the most creative strength coaches I’ve met who is doing big things with strength training for speed enhancement. Sheldon has been a strength coach at UC Davis 3 years, one of his primary sporting assignments being track and field. Prior to UC Davis, Sheldon was a strength coach for ...…
 
Today’s episode features physical preparation coach Pat Trainor, who is currently the Minor League Strength and Conditioning Coordinator for the Tampa Bay Rays baseball organization. In his current role, he oversees the physical preparation of the Rays player development system, consisting of about 175+ athletes and 8 staff members.Pat is a coa ...…
 
Today’s episode features Cal Dietz and Chris Korfist, two highly regarded individuals in the world of sports performance who are no strangers to this show. I was excited about getting Cal and Chris on the show together since they created one of my favorite sports training book on the market: Triphasic Training for Football. In this manual, Fren ...…
 
Today’s episode features Dr. Emily Splichal, podiatrist and human movement specialist. When it comes to the foot, many coaches and athletes realize its’ importance, but due to its’ complexity, we often don’t dig much further than realizing it is important to spend less time in socks and shoes, and more time moving around bare footed.Dr. Emily S ...…
 
Today’s episode features Chris Chase, who is currently the Director of Performance for the Memphis Grizzlies. When it comes to working with professional athletes, the world of sports performance is literally a “different ballgame” compared to what happens in the training of high school or even collegiate athletes.In keeping players on the floor ...…
 
Today’s episode is a question and answer show where I take user questions off of social media and give my best answers. It’s always good to see what people want to know.Questions on today’s show came in clusters often focused on similar topics, many asking about patellar tendonitis prevention, weightlifting and squatting in relation to sprintin ...…
 
Today’s episode features Keir Wenham-Flatt, physical preparation coach and founder of rugbystrengthcoach.com. Keir is currently a strength and conditioning specialist at the College of William and Mary who has worked with professional teams on 4 different continents. He is particularly well versed in physical preparation for rugby, but has expe ...…
 
Today’s episode features Justin Moore, performance education coordinator at Parabolic Performance and Rehab, also working with their NFL combine athletes. Justin made his first appearance in episode 78 where he talked about how to optimize the execution of the barbell lifts according to the ideals of the postural restoration institute, making t ...…
 
Today’s episode features pro trainer David Donatucci. David is the the owner/director of The Florida Institute of Performance in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida where he provides comprehensive sports performance training programs for professional, collegiate, high school and senior athletes. David is well known for his work with high-level golfers, ...…
 
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