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Chris Chase is the Director of Performance for the Memphis Grizzlies. In this role, he’s in charge of managing Grizzlies performance staff and weight room, writing all performance programming, and serving as one of the strength and conditioning coaches.
In this show, Chris and I cover a ton of topics, including the education necessary to work in the NBA, the pros and cons of tech in sport, how his philosophy has evolved since our last episode, and a really big question we all need to be talking about – what is the true role of a strength and conditioning coach.
I feel like Chris is a true visionary in this field, and I can’t wait for you to listen to this show.
Here’s a brief overview of this week’s episode:
- Show Intro:
- Weekend recap
- Congrats Kelan on getting a 2-way!
- New Video! What hand position is best on chest supported rows?
- Creeping up on 1,000,000 downloads – thank you!
- Complete Coach Certification is getting close. Are you on the Insiders List yet?
- Deep Thought:
- Challenging Yourself
- Interview with Chris Chase:
- Chris’ current position with the Memphis Grizzlies, and what he’s up to these days
- The current education standards in the NBA, and why this could potentially cause issues in the future.
- A really tough question: What is the role of a strength and conditioning coach?
- How Chris’ philosophy and training has evolved in recent years (and why learning Final Cut may be one of his most important pieces of con ed in recent memory!)
- Accountability – what does this word mean at the elite level? And are we always upholding the highest standards?
- Technology in sport: The good, the bad, and the ugly
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So if this sounds anything like you, I’ve got something that I know will help!
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- How to use the R7 system to create seamless, integrated and efficient programs for clients and athletes of all shapes and sizes,
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Of course there’s a ton more that I cover, but that should give you a pretty good idea of what the certification is all about!
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