Today\u2019s episode features sports performance coaches 杰克·詹森 and Jeff Moyer. \u00a0Jake and Jeff are unique in that they are in-the-trenches coaches who are personally familiar with the work of two legendary coaches and researchers in the field, Dr. Michael Yessis and Dr. Anatoliy Bondarchuk. \u00a0Jeff is the owner of DC Sports Training while Jake works as the head strength coach for a professional hockey team in Berlin, Germany. The training methodology of Anatoliy Bondarchuk in particular has caused some waves in the field in the last few years, but the issue with his system is really the fact that Dr. Bondarchuk coached track and field throwers, where team sports have a lot more complexity in terms of the progression of different skills within that sport, let alone team tactics, strategy, and winning! If you listen to this podcast, there is a good chance that you care much more than simply getting athletes stronger in some familiar barbell lifts and saying you did your job. \u00a0As sports performance coaches, we strive to get athletes better at , well, sports! By blending the ideals of Dr. Bondarchuk in terms of training organization and adaptation, and looking at the special exercise battery of Dr. Yessis, we have some formidable weapons in helping athletes reach their highest potential. \u00a0This is where Jake and Jeff have done tremendous work in pushing the field forward (check out their recent article 上 the topic for Just Fly Sports)in regards to maximizing training transfer for a spectrum of athletes. On today\u2019s episode, Jake and Jeff cover the role of general strength development within the scopes of the Bondarchuk and Yessis systems, and then go in detail 上 how the \u201cSDE\u201d category of the Bondarchuk system can be adapted for team sport performance. \u00a0\u00a0This is a forward thinking episode that is setting a precedent for the impact of a sports performance coach, as well as thought provoking for coaches of any sport. Today\u2019s episode is brought to you by SimpliFaster, supplier of high-end athletic development tools, such as the Freelap timing system, kBox, Sprint 1080, and more. \u00a0 Key Points: \tJake and Jeff\u2019s backgrounds \tThe role of general strength development and 1-rep maxes in the Bondarchuk and Yessis training systems \tWhat to make of the \u201cthings in the middle\u201d of the Bondarchuk pyramid, such as special strength, and if it could possibly be done without \tHow to track key performance indicators (or SDE\u2019s) for team sport performance \tHow many workouts Jake and Jeff put in a training cycle given the Bondarchuk principles and adaptation types \tHow to monitor when an athlete adapts to a training cycle and when to change exercises for non-throwing\/track athletes Quotes: \u201cThere is a lot of technique that goes into being able to lift heavy weight for a single. \u00a0For an athlete who plays a team sport, as a strength coach, I have to ask myself, how much time do I want to spend teaching this guy how to brace through an 8 second grinder for a squat\u201d \u201cDealing with Doc, we never did anything under 8 reps (in the weightroom) but those 8 reps were as heavy as you can get\u201d \u201cThe thing people have to remember about Anatoli Bondarchuk is he\u2019s done everything. \u00a0\u00a0There are a lot of instances where he uses max effort, 110% squats\u201d \u201cIn some applications, super heavy-ass squatting\u2026 nasty, raw strength is very important\u201d \u201cIt\u2019s hard to learn with max intensity lifting\u201d \u201cBy the time we get down to the 8\u2019s, (in the 1x20 system) we are doing some heavy isometrics as well\u201d \u201cWhat\u2019s wrong with powerlifting today\u2026. too many of these kids won\u2019t lift over 10 reps\u201d \u201cAnything that is special developmental (in the Bondarchuk system) has to involve tactics for team sports\u201d \u201cWe are doing some kind of jumping (to track adaptation and what type of adapter the athlete is)\u201d \u201cIf you are going to get to know your athletes better, you should have a system in place\u201d \u201cIt doesn\u2019t have to be a complicated system of measuring things to see how your athlete adapts, you just have to pay attention\u2026 pay attention to learning the skill\u201d \u201cPushups can be a test exercise, I took that from Bondarchuk. \u00a0Do a set of max pushups, how many can you get?... they go up and up and up until they don\u2019t anymore, and then the whole program needs to change\u201d About 杰克·詹森 杰克·詹森 is the Head strength and conditioning coach at EHC Eisbaeren Berlin, a professional hockey club in Germany. He earned his bachelors degree from the University of Utah in 2016. Jake has had the pleasure of working with many outstanding professionals in a variety sporting of fields, throughout his career. Notably, he has worked as translator for Ultimate Athlete Concepts, working primarily 上 books written by Anatoliy P. Bondarchuk. About Jeff Moyer Jeff Moyer is the owner of Dynamic Correspondence\u00a0Sports Training, whose motto is, \u201cWe Build Better\u00a0Athletes.\u201d\u00a0At DC Sports Training, athletes work 上 the physical, mental and visual aspects to the sports. Their goal is to deliver the athletes of the greater Pittsburgh area the highest, most efficient results year after year of training with us. We will exhaust our means in order for our athletes to achieve the highest results, and to create a system\u00a0model that will develop our athletes both physically and intellectually. Education must be the road to which will help us\u00a0set this standard. Our results will be the\u00a0vehicle which to drive us. Jeff graduated in 2004 from Hartwick\u00a0College where he was a two sport athlete\u00a0(Football & Track & Field). Jeff has been a\u00a0sport coach (Basketball & Football) at the\u00a0youth, JV, Varsity and College level for\u00a0football for over 10years. Jeff has been in the\u00a0strength in conditioning industry for over a\u00a0decade, having worked in the medical, private,\u00a0team, high school and collegiate settings, training clients from youth development, to rehabilitation and sport performance. Jeff has a relentless passion for all things physical preparation. His pedagogy is heavily influenced by Eastern Bloc sport science, while apprenticing under Dr. Michael Yessis and Yosef Johnson of Ultimate Athlete Concepts. Jeff has also been fortunate enough to extensively study with and work with Dr. Natalia Verkhoshansky, Mike Woicik of the Dallas Cowboys, Louie Simmons of Wesitside Barbell and Fellowship under Dave Tate of EliteFTS.