Missing Variable Podcast

EP51 | Scotty Butcher - Is the CSCS book our best option? Should we call S&C something else?

August 08, 2019 Mathew McClanahan & Zach Wagner
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EP51 | Scotty Butcher - Is the CSCS book our best option? Should we call S&C something else?
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EP51 | Scotty Butcher - Is the CSCS book our best option? Should we call S&C something else?
Aug 08, 2019
Mathew McClanahan & Zach Wagner

Scotty Butcher joins us to talk about two main topics: Should we use the CSCS book as the foundation on which a DPT S&C course is taught? Should we call S&C something else within the PT profession? This was a blast and Scotty is a wealth of knowledge on this topic, enjoy.

Bio
Dr. Scotty Butcher is an Associate Professor in the School of Rehabilitation Science at the University of Saskatchewan and co-founder of Strength Rebels. He holds a BSc PT and MSc Kin from the University of Saskatchewan and a PhD in Exercise Physiology and Experimental Medicine from the University of Alberta. He is certified as a Registered Clinical Exercise Physiologist (ACSM-RCEP), is a CrossFit Level 1 trainer (CF-L1), and is formerly certified as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (NSCA-CSCS); the latter of which he has formally relinquished. Scotty teaches exercise physiology, prescription, and rehabilitation to physical therapy students and has published several peer reviewed articles and two book chapters related to exercise testing and prescription. Currently training as a powerlifter, he has a passion for strength training and translates this to promoting quality exercise training and rehabilitation practices for clinicians and students. His focus in research, teaching, and clinical work is on the hybrid rehabilitation/strength training approach, and shares his views through blogging and vlogging.

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Thank you for your support and feedback, it helps us get better and continue to provide you with quality content to becoming the best clinician you can be. 


Where you can find Scotty

IG: @thestrengthjedi

Twitter: @thestrengthjedi 

Email: [email protected]

Website: www.thestrengthjedi.com

Google Scholar: Scotty Butcher

Courses & more: Click here


Connect with us

Podcast IG: @missingvariablepod

Matt IG: @mattmc_dpt

Zach IG: @zachwagnerdpt

Email: [email protected]


Show Notes

Scotty Butcher joins us to talk about two main topics: Should we use the CSCS book as the foundation on which a DPT S&C course is taught? Should we call S&C something else within the PT profession? This was a blast and Scotty is a wealth of knowledge on this topic, enjoy.

Bio
Dr. Scotty Butcher is an Associate Professor in the School of Rehabilitation Science at the University of Saskatchewan and co-founder of Strength Rebels. He holds a BSc PT and MSc Kin from the University of Saskatchewan and a PhD in Exercise Physiology and Experimental Medicine from the University of Alberta. He is certified as a Registered Clinical Exercise Physiologist (ACSM-RCEP), is a CrossFit Level 1 trainer (CF-L1), and is formerly certified as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (NSCA-CSCS); the latter of which he has formally relinquished. Scotty teaches exercise physiology, prescription, and rehabilitation to physical therapy students and has published several peer reviewed articles and two book chapters related to exercise testing and prescription. Currently training as a powerlifter, he has a passion for strength training and translates this to promoting quality exercise training and rehabilitation practices for clinicians and students. His focus in research, teaching, and clinical work is on the hybrid rehabilitation/strength training approach, and shares his views through blogging and vlogging.

If you enjoyed this episode, please consider:

1) Subscribing to the show

2) Dropping a review on iTunes

3) Sharing the episode on social media or with a friend and tag us!


Thank you for your support and feedback, it helps us get better and continue to provide you with quality content to becoming the best clinician you can be. 


Where you can find Scotty

IG: @thestrengthjedi

Twitter: @thestrengthjedi 

Email: [email protected]

Website: www.thestrengthjedi.com

Google Scholar: Scotty Butcher

Courses & more: Click here


Connect with us

Podcast IG: @missingvariablepod

Matt IG: @mattmc_dpt

Zach IG: @zachwagnerdpt

Email: [email protected]