The Physical Performance Show: Joseph Coyne – Strength Conditioning, Exercise Physiology, Performance Coaching
In episode 164 of The Physical Performance Show Brad Beer shares a conversation with Joseph Coyne – Strength Conditioning, Exercise Physiology, Performance Coaching in this Expert Edition.
Joseph Coyne is an exercise physiologist, sports scientist and performance coach. Joseph has been the Physical Preparation Coach for the Chinese Athletics Association, Jump and Sprint Athletes. He then went on to be the Performance Manager for the Chinese Olympic Committees National Sports Training Centre in the lead up to the 2016 Rio Olympic Games. Joseph is currently completing a PhD at the UFC Performance Institute in Las Vegas and Joseph has been sort out by individual athletes including some of Australia’s rugby league players and also surfers. And Joseph is also the host of the ASCA Podcast, The Australian Strength and Conditioning Podcast which is a must listen for any health professional or individual looking to get the most out of their strength and conditioning training.
During this episode we explore strength and conditioning including concepts of high and low neural drive, the importance of subjective feedback in tracking and progressing training, why Joseph believes it’s important to change our mindset from a weight based model to a power based model, how to incorporate speed work into your strength and conditioning program, the top mistakes that recreational athletes make in the gym and Joseph also shares around his grandmother’s filter test.
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Listen in as we delve into the following:
- Unpacking his Journey to UFC in Las Vegas
- Typical Day/Week for UFC Athletes
- Explanation of Neural load
- Individual attributes and how the adapt the training
- Data points for athletes to consider
- How recreational athletes incorporate this power training
- What a good jump squat looks like
- Top 3 Mistakes People Make in Strength and Conditioning
- Stretching advantages
- Advice in terms of Hamstrings routines – (lengthening, strengthening and fast components)
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“Always apply what your Grandmother would say” – Best Advice
“Kneel on the floor then lean all the way back and put your shoulders/head on the floor and palms flat to the floor in a standing pipe. ” – Physical Challenge
“The faster you go the more neuroload (demands in your nervous system) there is.”
“You need to move things fast to be fast.”
“Set 2 days as your strength day and your power day.”
“Jump with a load.”
“Technique is so important.”
Top 3 Mistakes People Make in Strength and Conditioning
1. Too much work load in the gym.
2. Not adjusting technical components.
3. Lack of flexibility
To follow Joseph Coyne
To follow ASCA Podcast:
01:20 Introduction to Joseph Coyne
03:52 What Joseph is learning at the moment
04:50 Journey in his UFC Visit in Las Vegas
09:57 Typical Day/Week for UFC Athletes
11:30 Explanation of Neural load
13:10 Individual attributes and how the adapt the training
16:20 Data points for athletes to consider
20:45 How recreational athletes incorporate this power training
23:05 Jump squat look like
28:15 Top 3 Mistakes People Make in Strength and Conditioning
35:15 Stretching advantages
38:18 Advice in terms of Hamstrings routines – (lengthening, strengthening and fast components)
41:27 Best Advice
43:20 Social Media Handles for Joseph Coyne
Jogo Foda – UFC Fighter