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The Physical Performance Show: Rich Blagrove – Strength & Conditioning Coach, PhD Exercise Physiology, Author (Interest Edition)

The Physical Performance Show: Rich Blagrove – Strength & Conditioning Coach, PhD Exercise Physiology, Author (Interest Edition)

the physical performance show rich blagrove strength conditioning coach phd exercise physiology author interest edition - The Physical Performance Show: Rich Blagrove - Strength & Conditioning Coach, PhD Exercise Physiology, Author (Interest Edition)

In episode 148 of The Physical Performance Show Brad Beer stocks a dialog with Rich Blagrove – Strength & Conditioning Coach, PhD Exercise Physiology, Author (Interest Edition)

Richard is a Post Graduate Researcher, the Course Leader for Sport and Exercise Science at Birmingham City University, he has been a power and conditioning Coach to more than one Olympic Athletes, has overseen power and conditioning officially at The Royal Ballet Company in London and has prior to now been the Director of the United Kingdom Strength and Conditioning Association. In addition Richard is a neatly loaded Researcher having revealed more than one papers on all issues power and conditioning for the gap runner. One of his more moderen systematic opinions being the consequences of power coaching at the physiological determinants of center and lengthy distance operating efficiency.

In 2015 Richard authored ‘Strength and Conditioning for Endurance Running’ and throughout the pages of Strength and Conditioning for Endurance Running Richard supplies the arguments, the proof and the solutions. It accommodates the whole lot that you want to broaden your individual power and conditioning regimen. Most runners are mindful that power and conditioning paintings can assist their operating however the majority are undecided of the finer main points on precisely why and the way.

During this episode we dive deep into the arena of the how, the what and the why of all issues power and conditioning for runners.

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Listen in as we delve into the next:

  • Typical Day/Week for Richard Blagrove
  • The advantages of power coaching
  • What is power coaching
  • Different forms of power
  • Benefits of power coaching in staying power runners
  • Feeling and Responding to power coaching for athletes
  • Awareness for younger runners in power and conditioning
  • Training week plan for Runners
  • Differentiation of Reps and Strengths
  • Awareness in Rest and Tempo
  • Training in Racing Season
  • Perfect Way to do power coaching
  • Best Advice
  • How to extend bone mineral density for runners

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Rich Blagrove

Quotes:

“Be Consistent” – Best Advice
“Overhead pistol squats” – Physical Challenge
“Strength is the amount of force we are producing.”
“Maximum strength is the highest amount of force that muscle can generate.”
“Relative Strength is how much force you are producing per kilogram of body weight.”
“Explosive Strength is how rapidly we are developing force is short time frame.”
“Reactive Strength is a useful way in developing force in runners.”
“You don’t need to do very much volume to get stronger.”
“Vary the types of exercise you’re picking.”
“Rest session is necessary.”
“If we keep the load light to moderate it is an explosive strength training exercise.”
“Key to plyometric training is being quick on the ground.”
“You need to have at least 3 hours of recovery after a high intensity running session.”
“Be consistent by being more patient.”
“It’s really important that athletes are eating enough.”

To observe Rich Blagrove

Twitter:  @rich_blagrove
Email: Richard.blagrove at bcu.ac.united kingdom
Book: Strength and Conditioning for Endurance Running

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Rich Blagrove

Timeline:

00:00 Start
02:00 Introduction to Richard Blagrove
03:55 Welcome Richard Blagrove
04:19 Typical Day/Week for Richard Blagrove
07:25 Awareness of some great benefits of power coaching
09:25 What is power coaching
11:50 Different forms of power
16:55 Benefits of power coaching in staying power runners
26:55 Feeling and Responding to power coaching for athletes
35:10 Awareness for younger runners in power and conditioning
46:00 Training week plan for Runners
50:00 Differentiation of Reps and Strengths
57:48 Awareness in Rest and Tempo
1:06:20 Training in Racing Season
1:12:00 Perfect Way to do power coaching
1:21:10 Best Advice
1:23:30 How to extend bone mineral density for runners
1:27:27 Personality Question
1:29:50 Physical Challenge for the Week
1:36:58 Finish

Rich Blagrove

People Mentioned

Rich Willy – Running Researcher & Physical Therapist at University of Montana Episode 132 of The Physical Performance Show
Michael Johnson – American Sprinter
Steve Ovett – former Track Athlete from England
Jared Fletcher – Assistant Professor Department of Health and  Physical Education Canada

 

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The Physical Performance Show Brad Beer

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