Muscles and Management

Episode #72 Skill Acquisition, Creating Effective Training Environments and Bridging the Gap between S&C and Sport with Tyler Yearby

April 15, 2020 Gerry DeFilippo Season 2 Episode 72
Muscles and Management
Episode #72 Skill Acquisition, Creating Effective Training Environments and Bridging the Gap between S&C and Sport with Tyler Yearby
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Muscles and Management
Episode #72 Skill Acquisition, Creating Effective Training Environments and Bridging the Gap between S&C and Sport with Tyler Yearby
Apr 15, 2020 Season 2 Episode 72
Gerry DeFilippo

*SHOW TIMESTAMPS FEATURED AT THE END*

In this episode Gerry welcomes on Tyler Yearby of Emergence Movement, a sports movement specialist helping athletes with skill acquisition and bridging the gap between strength training and sport.

To start, the conversation takes a look at agility and the need to have athletes participate in random and uncontrolled environments that can challenge their ability to create solutions to situations that are presented to their usual movements and tasks in their sports.

Tyler discusses that athletes can develop pre-determined solutions to issues they have been exposed to and thus turn to them when faced with those similar decision making situations. This, combined with the physical qualities involved in changing direction encompass agility and an athlete's ability to effectively navigate the environments of their sport.

To finish up, Tyler and Gerry discuss how we can best bridge the gap of strength and conditioning to sport for the sake of best preparing athletes. 

All that and more on this episode of Muscles and Management!

Show Timestamps:


8:00 - Servicing Clients Remotely During Covid-19

10:40 - Tyler’s Sports and Training Growing Up

14:15 - The Variable of Time & the Use of Conjugate Programing

21:54 - How the Brain is Connected to Exercise

31:00 - 4 Stages of Skill Development

34:00 - Agility Ladders, Force Exertion in Movement, & Other Variables

43:00 - Tyler’s Mindset on Removing Limiting Factors Such as Strength & the Correlation to Young Athletes

51:20 - Should Strength and Skill Coaches be Seperate?

1:00:00 - Energy Systems, Offseasons, and GPP

1:04:29 - Tyler’s Closing Thoughts

Show Notes

*SHOW TIMESTAMPS FEATURED AT THE END*

In this episode Gerry welcomes on Tyler Yearby of Emergence Movement, a sports movement specialist helping athletes with skill acquisition and bridging the gap between strength training and sport.

To start, the conversation takes a look at agility and the need to have athletes participate in random and uncontrolled environments that can challenge their ability to create solutions to situations that are presented to their usual movements and tasks in their sports.

Tyler discusses that athletes can develop pre-determined solutions to issues they have been exposed to and thus turn to them when faced with those similar decision making situations. This, combined with the physical qualities involved in changing direction encompass agility and an athlete's ability to effectively navigate the environments of their sport.

To finish up, Tyler and Gerry discuss how we can best bridge the gap of strength and conditioning to sport for the sake of best preparing athletes. 

All that and more on this episode of Muscles and Management!

Show Timestamps:


8:00 - Servicing Clients Remotely During Covid-19

10:40 - Tyler’s Sports and Training Growing Up

14:15 - The Variable of Time & the Use of Conjugate Programing

21:54 - How the Brain is Connected to Exercise

31:00 - 4 Stages of Skill Development

34:00 - Agility Ladders, Force Exertion in Movement, & Other Variables

43:00 - Tyler’s Mindset on Removing Limiting Factors Such as Strength & the Correlation to Young Athletes

51:20 - Should Strength and Skill Coaches be Seperate?

1:00:00 - Energy Systems, Offseasons, and GPP

1:04:29 - Tyler’s Closing Thoughts

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