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Strength Chat #28: Dr. Charlie Weingroff

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The strength and fitness industry has for too long been dominated by overly-tan, annoyingly-loud YouTube celebrities with less than factual content, aka broscience. Tune in to Strength Chat – hosted by a group of Coaches and Athletes with over 60 years of combined experience – as they talk fact, science, and strength with world-renowned strength, conditioning, and rehab professionals.

After a bit of a break the last two weeks, Strength Chat is back in full swing with our 28th episode! This week’s guest needs no introduction – he is well known in the sports and S&C worlds as one of the best! Dr. Charlie Weingroff has worked with professional sport organizations, collegiate teams, and some of the top rehab organizations in the world. In today’s episode Dr. Weingroff gives us some personal thoughts on the industry, his experiences and what he is currently working on. Tune in and you might learn a thing or two!

  • Introduction and background of the guest [1:17]
  • Charlie talks about how he got into the industry, and how his athletic background helps him provide better service as a physical therapist [3:46]
  • The powerlifting culture and the psychology of powerlifters [11:28]
  • Importance of communication and right culture in professional athletics [13:05]
  • Charlie talks about the highly lucrative coaching opportunities in world of professional athletics [14:16]
  • Charlie shares information about his courses and seminars [21:36]
  • Charlie talks about his experience while working with the Marine core [23:41]
  • Learn how Charlie approaches coaching in professional basketball [26:30]
  • Discussing the occurrence Hypoxia and Acidosis in professional basketball [27:39]
  • How can you minimize Hypoxia and Acidosis in professional basketball? [31:31]
  • Training approaches used by Charlie [34:02]
  • Why is the Westside approach the least popular option for Charlie? [34:25]
  • Charlie explains why he uses the Concurrent mix method model frequently [36:10]
  • Learning how to bring about “Mastery of movement” [37:36]
  • Learning about the anti-glycolic training approach [39:39]
  • What are some of the factors that you should consider before dealing with injuries while training professional athletes [40:25]
  • The correct approach to be applied depends on the athlete and the sport, hence specificity of the training is essential [42:21]
  • Tools to assert the quality of repetitions [43:24]
  • Discussing why taking adequate rests in between reps is in the fact, the right approach [44:52]
  • Discussing velocity drop offs, trainings and percentage ranges [47:12]
  • Pros and cons of using Omegawave [48:47]
  • Charlie shares his contact information [53:38]

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