Muscles and Management

Episode #37 Q&A: "Balance," Training, In-Season Programming & Life After College Sports (ft. Brandon Deger)

September 11, 2019 Season 1 Episode 37
Muscles and Management
Episode #37 Q&A: "Balance," Training, In-Season Programming & Life After College Sports (ft. Brandon Deger)
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Muscles and Management
Episode #37 Q&A: "Balance," Training, In-Season Programming & Life After College Sports (ft. Brandon Deger)
Sep 11, 2019 Season 1 Episode 37
Gerry DeFilippo
A comprehensive Q&A on topics such as balance training, in-season programming, starting a business and finding the right career fit.
Show Notes

In this episode Gerry begins by opening the floor to questions in a Q&A style format, taking on various questions from listeners and coaches in topics like balance/stability training and sport transfer, approaching in-season training when making programming decisions, getting your foot in the door in the business side of the training industry and how to best train large teams.

The Q&A addresses what makes a professional athlete have such great stability and control (and how you can too) as well as how to not allow the grind of the in-season dictate training goals for an athlete. Additionally, Gerry discusses some strategies that have helped him develop his business and get a solid foundations to allow for growth, as well as some strategies he uses to deal with the optimal way to train individual athletes who are in a large team setting.

Lastly, Gerry welcomes on his long time friend, former high school baseball teammate and investment banker Brandon Deger on the final portion of the show to talk about how Brandon entered his current career field following a successful baseball and academic career at Washington University in St. Louis. Brandon discusses the importance of networking during and after your playing days to help in your job search and gives advice to younger athletes when it comes to picking the right school to continue sports and education.

All that and more on this episode!



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