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Developing Human Performance Technology | Episode #10 with EXOS' Stefan Underwood & CTO Fadi Zoghzoghy

Posted by Maia Monell on Apr 10, 2019 7:43:00 AM

 

In episode 10 of Powering Performance, we sat down with EXOS' Director of Continuous Improvement, Stefan Underwood and BridgeAthletic CTO, Dr. Fadi Zoghzoghy. During the episode, we dive into the Bridge+EXOS partnership, consider how to evaluate performance technology, and get some valuable insight into the evolving fitness industry and where we're headed from here.

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Topics: Sports Technology, Powering Performance, News

Developing the Next Generation of Digital Training

Posted by Maia Monell on Apr 1, 2019 4:59:43 PM

 

Bridge+EXOS was created to unite best-in-class technology with a world-class training methodology to help you achieve your goals. Pairing advanced algorithms with thoughtful training, we’ve created the most customizable training tools across the industry. In 2017, we launched the Bridge+EXOS digital platform. Today, hundreds of practitioners are leveraging EXOS training, powered by Bridge.

But just like you and your athletes, we sought out ways to progress and improve. As we continued to support you with the latest software, we also studied and questioned the ways in which coaches like you create plans. We found that even the most seasoned coaches spent an average of 88 minutes per 6 weeks of training.

Keep reading to learn how we took your workflows and valuable feedback to develop the next generation of digital training, The Bridge+EXOS Training Engine.

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Topics: Sports Technology

Getting Players Through The Door Pt. 2 - Breakdown of Episode 9 with Evan VanBecelaere

Posted by BridgeAthletic on Mar 21, 2019 10:31:11 AM

With March Madness nearing, our 9th episode of Powering Performance is sure to get you in the spirit. We are joined by University of Oregon’s Director of Performance for Men’s Basketball, Evan VanBecelaere. He shares with us his journey to becoming a Duck and how he is building new relationships across his new role.

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Topics: Powering Performance

Getting Players Through the Door | Episode #9 with Evan VanBecelaere

Posted by Maia Monell on Mar 12, 2019 8:15:00 AM

In episode 9 of Powering Performance, we sat down with Evan VanBecelaere, University of Oregon's Director of Performance for Men's Basketball to hear his journey from the NBA to Oregon and how his experiences drive his methodology today.

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Topics: Powering Performance

Exercising Power Pt. 2- Take Aways from Dr. Gearity's Work

Posted by Maia Monell on Feb 19, 2019 7:13:13 AM

 

In our eighth episode of Powering Performance, we sat down with Dr. Brian Gearity, coach, professor, 3x author to hear how we can improve our coach/athlete relationship by examining the interactions and relationships that impact our athletes and their progress. 


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Exercising Power- Episode #8 with Dr Brian Gearity

Posted by Maia Monell on Feb 12, 2019 8:19:06 AM

 

In our eighth episode of Powering Performance, we sat down with Dr. Brian Gearity, coach, professor, 3x author to hear how we can improve our coach/athlete relationship by examining the interactions and relationships that impact our athletes and their progress. 

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Topics: Powering Performance

Creating Well-Rounded Athletes

Posted by BridgeAthletic on Jan 29, 2019 9:16:08 AM

Sailing Performance Training founders, Mike Kuschner and Fred Strammer know how to effectively communicate with their athletes to enhance their performance. As we discussed in Part I of our Episode 7 break down, establishing accountability is essential, especially as a remote training organization. Now, we'll take a closer look into some of SPT's training methodologies, specifically when training youth athletes.

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Creating Athlete Accountability

Posted by BridgeAthletic on Jan 23, 2019 7:03:00 AM

As many of you know, each athlete is inherently different. The founders of Sailing Performance Training, Mike Kuschner and Fred Strammer, know what it takes to train each athlete different. As a remote training organization, they strive to provide their athletes with individualized programs and support to ensure their athletes are properly progressing. They do this by forming deep relationships with their athletes so they can understand the needs and concerns of a variety of athletes who they might never be in the same room with.

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Coaching Remotely - Episode #7 with Sailing Performance Training

Posted by Maia Monell on Jan 15, 2019 4:51:00 AM

In our seventh episode of Powering Performance, we sat down with the founders of Sailing Performance Training, Fred Strammer & Mike Kuschner. Together they’re training professionals to novices remotely, making them amongst the most innovative coaches and athletes across the industry.

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Topics: Powering Performance