The Breakthrough Secrets Podcast

#41 - Brett Jones: Tissue And Strength Adaptation

April 04, 2021 Chris Abbott & Mike Kurkowski Season 2 Episode 41
The Breakthrough Secrets Podcast
#41 - Brett Jones: Tissue And Strength Adaptation
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In the 41st episode of The Breakthrough Secrets Podcast Chris, Mike and our special guest StrongFirst Director of Education and Functional Movement Systems Advisory Board member, Brett Jones will talk about tissue, strength and neurological adaptation.

Join us in this insightful and amazing talk!

In this chapter you will discover:

 

(0:45) Introducing our special guest StrongFirst Director of Education and Functional Movement Systems Advisory Board member, Brett Jones

(3:40) Strength Coaches certification 2006 story with Michael Castrogiovanni

(5:15) “Repeat, repeat, repeat” -Brett Jones

(8:50) Strength aerobics protocol https://www.strongfirst.com/strength-aerobics/ 

(14:40) “I’m strong enough to hurt myself” -Brett Jones

(14:45) “I know how to generate force but my joints are not ready for it” -Brett Jones

(15:40) The original strength aerobics was clean, press and squat

(17:50) Strength aerobics protocol: Timeless or on the clock?

(21:00) Define the time and define the work

(21:40) Scratch the itch program: Variety when training

(22:45) Variety without variety 

(24:15) Remembering Levi Markwardt interview and shoutout to Denis Vasilev @denisvasilevkbsport

(26:40) Old quote from the original RKC book in reference to the snatch “You wish a part of your body will break down so that you can stop, but the energy and the forces are so equally distributed that just a simple switch of hands and you can keep going”

(27:00) “Good conditioning feels like manual labor and if you’ve ever done a manual labor job, you gotta do it 8 hours a day” - Pavel Tsatsouline

(28:20) Hardstyle method from Tim Almond

(29:20) Progressing quicker than you should?

(31:30) “Your tissue adaptation needs to match your strength adaptation” -Brett Jones

(32:30) Neurological adaptation

(33:50) “The power of the ballistic is unique to kettlebell ballistics because of the eccentric position” -Brett Jones

(38:00) Be an intuitive trainer

(40:20) Adaptation in the Snatch and military press 

(41:30) Simple Sinister https://www.strongfirst.com/achieve/sinister/#:~:text=Pavel%20created%20a%20challenge%20in,ups%20performed%20in%2010%20minutes

(43:50) The Russian General Endurance Protocol

(47:00) What does Endurance truly means

(47:40) Recovery time in strength aerobics

(52:30) Movement Variability

(53:00) Golfers and Movement Variability

(56:00) The value of training with light bells, remembering Fabio Zonin interview

(1:02:00) Where to contact Brett Jones https://www.instagram.com/brettjonessfg/ 


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Introducing our special guest StrongFirst Director of Education and Functional Movement Systems Advisory Board member, Brett Jones
Strength Coaches certification 2006 story with Michael Castrogiovanni
“Repeat, repeat, repeat” -Brett Jones
“I’m strong enough to hurt myself” -Brett Jones
“I know how to generate force but my joints are not ready for it” -Brett Jones
The original strength aerobics was clean, press and squat
Strength aerobics protocol: Timeless or on the clock?
Define the time and define the work
Scratch the itch program: Variety when training
Variety without variety
Remembering Levi Markwardt interview and shoutout to Denis Vasilev @denisvasilevkbsport
Old quote from the original RKC book in reference to the snatch “You wish a part of your body will break down so that you can stop, but the energy and the forces are so equally distributed that just a simple switch of hands and you can keep going”
“Good conditioning feels like manual labor and if you’ve ever done a manual labor job, you gotta do it 8 hours a day” - Pavel Tsatsouline
Hardstyle method from Tim Almond
Progressing quicker than you should?
“Your tissue adaptation needs to match your strength adaptation” -Brett Jones
Neurological adaptation
“The power of the ballistic is unique to kettlebell ballistics because of the eccentric position” -Brett Jones
Be an intuitive trainer
Adaptation in the Snatch and military press
The Russian General Endurance Protocol
What does Endurance truly means
Recovery time in strength aerobics
Movement Variability
Golfers and Movement Variability
The value of training with light bells, remembering Fabio Zonin interview