Eric Cressey, Director of Player Health and Performance for the New York Yankees, joins the Parisi podcast to discuss the dangers of sport specificity. For the full episode, sign up here.
Parisi Program Director, Kyle Harper, shares his advice how to succeed as a Performance Coach, and why the Parisi Network has been so beneficial for him.
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Casey Lee and Sully Parker discuss the non-negotiable things that have to happen for an athlete to get faster.
Dr. Matt Shohen from Atlantic Health System joins Bill Parisi to discuss finding the right physical therapist.
Parisi Owner, Ben Jones, shares his advice on how to keep very young athletes engaged and excited about training, while staying true to effective training techniques.
Parisi Program Director, Candace Seaton, shares her advice for coaches – stop comparing yourself to others!
This is a clip from the NEW Parisi Podcast, hosted by Master Coach Steve Leo. He is joined by Casey Lee, Parisi Program Director at The Edge in Williston, Vermont. For the full episode, sign up here.
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Avory Cole, Parisi Performance Coach at Sinking Spring YMCA, shares his story of coaching with Parisi since he was 19 years old, and the biggest lessons he has learned in nearly 10 years.
Parisi Performance Coach, Adam Bossard of Parisi Fair Lawn, share shares his insight on why traditional training methods sometimes get overlooked for “the next best thing”… and why coaches need to stop doing this!
Many coaches believe that acceleration and top speed training are entirely different. Maximum velocity training can be seen as something super complicated and hard, but if we look at it from a different lens, the application of force, and what’s happening from the hip, knee and ankle is not really that much different. I’d even …