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In the 53rd episode of the Historic Performance Podcast, I interview Dr. Corey Peacock. Dr. Peacock is an Exercise Physiologist & Performance Coach for the BlackZilians.
Approximately a month ago, Dr. Peacock reached out to me after being featured The Vision Board Podcast and Total Human Optimization Podcast. He told me that he was a huge fan of the podcast and wanted a platform to share his ideas regarding wearable technology, strength training, and energy system development for MMA. I gladly accepted his offer.
In this episode, Dr. Peacock talks about strength training, energy system development, recovery methods, and fight preparation for MMA fighters.
Overview of Podcast Episode
Here is a brief outline of what we covered in the show -
- Dr. Peacock's Career Journey
- Creating an individual athlete profile for each BlackZilian fighter
- Strength Training & Energy System Development for MMA
- How the BlackZilians utilize wearable technology to improve performance & recovery
- What are some of the major issues when it comes to current day thoughts regarding MMA performance training?
- Recommendations for young S&C coaches
- How to contact?
Connect with Dr. Peacock
E-mail: Dr. Corey Peacock
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