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Welcome to this episode of the podcast, where we'll be speaking with Stephen Englehart, the Strength & Conditioning Coach for men's basketball and Director of Strength & Conditioning for Olympic Sports at the University of Colorado. With over a decade of experience in the field and a track record of developing NBA players, Englehart is a highly respected figure in the world of strength and conditioning. In this episode, we'll learn about his journey into the profession, the challenges he faces as a coach, and the techniques he uses to help athletes reach their peak performance. Join us as we explore the fascinating world of strength and conditioning with Stephen Englehart.

Timecodes:
00:02:22 - Can you tell us how you got into strength and conditioning, some of your biggest influences, and what has been the biggest reward from being in this field?
00:07:53 - What makes the Colorado Men's Basketball program different than some of the other places you have worked at?
00:11:25 - How is your relationship with the administration and how have they been able to help you do your job?
00:14:11 - Do you have assitants or interns?
00:19:03 - Can you talk about the misconceptions people have about basektball players and training basketball players?
00:22:33 - Can you talk about the different devices that you use, some good examples of base-line data and then how do you use that technology to drive the outcomes in your training and competition?
00:29:13 - How do you determine player training groups?
00:33:12 - Can you discuss your philosophy for off season training and what does a typical week look like for the team during summer training?
00:45:00 - Has the new NCAA rule regarding summer training allowed y'all to do more during the summer than what y'all were previously allowed to do?
00:48:37 - How does your end season training differ from your off season training and how much does travel affect what you're doing off season?
00:53:07 - Would you train female baseketball players differently compared to male basketball players?
00:54:17 - Can you define coaching and what are some traits and habits of successful coaches?
01:00:40 - So what advice do you have for young coaches and young basketball players when it comes to strength and conditioning?
01:02:25 - How often do you share ideas and thoughts/ compare notes with your brother, Chad?

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Welcome to this episode of the podcast, where we'll be speaking with Stephen Englehart, the Strength & Conditioning Coach for men's basketball and Director of Strength & Conditioning for Olympic Sports at the University of Colorado. With over a decade of experience in the field and a track record of developing NBA players, Englehart is a highly respected figure in the world of strength and conditioning. In this episode, we'll learn about his journey into the profession, the challenges he faces as a coach, and the techniques he uses to help athletes reach their peak performance. Join us as we explore the fascinating world of strength and conditioning with Stephen Englehart. Timecodes: 00:02:22 - Can you tell us how you got into strength and conditioning, some of your biggest influences, and what has been the biggest reward from being in this field? 00:07:53 - What makes the Colorado Men's Basketball program different than some of the other places you have worked at? 00:11:25 - How is your relationship with the administration and how have they been able to help you do your job? 00:14:11 - Do you have assitants or interns? 00:19:03 - Can you talk about the misconceptions people have about basektball players and training basketball players? 00:22:33 - Can you talk about the different devices that you use, some good examples of base-line data and then how do you use that technology to drive the outcomes in your training and competition? 00:29:13 - How do you determine player training groups? 00:33:12 - Can you discuss your philosophy for off season training and what does a typical week look like for the team during summer training? 00:45:00 - Has the new NCAA rule regarding summer training allowed y'all to do more during the summer than what y'all were previously allowed to do? 00:48:37 - How does your end season training differ from your off season training and how much does travel affect what you're doing off season? 00:53:07 - Would you train female baseketball players differently compared to male basketball players? 00:54:17 - Can you define coaching and what are some traits and habits of successful coaches? 01:00:40 - So what advice do you have for young coaches and young basketball players when it comes to strength and conditioning? 01:02:25 - How often do you share ideas and thoughts/ compare notes with your brother, Chad? ---------------------------------------------------- Links: Connect with Coach Moffitt Twitter @TommyMoffitt Instagram @tommymoffitt Connect with Instagram @snc_twinpower Resources : If you or your organization would like to To know more about The Moffitt Method, please schedule a call with one of our coaches. Book a Call Reviews : If you have been enjoying this show please take a moment to rate and review us on Spotify, Apple, or wherever you are consuming this podcast. Give us a follow on social media: Instagram Facebook Website YouTube Twitter read more read less

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