Tea With Dr.G and Coach C

Tea With Dr.G and Coach C

Join us, Dr. Jeremy Gentles and Coach Christine Coniglio as we discuss the science, coaching, politics and economics of sport and its institutions.

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January 24, 2022 100 min

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Episode Details It is sometimes assumed and has been argued, albeit not very well, that investigators are biased against including females in exercise science research. What evidence is there of this bias? Sure, there are identifiable sex differences in participation rates, but does this suggest something nefarious? Or, is there something(s) more benign that may expl...

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In recent years there has been a reinvigorated and growing interest in the investigation and use of potentiation complexes in strength and conditioning. In this episode we chat with Dr. Hugh Lamont to discuss the possible upsides and downsides of potentiation, mechanisms of postactivation potentiation (PAP) and strategies to consider when using potentiation complexes. This is a must listen for practitioners interested in or already...

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September 13, 2019 44 min

Equal pay for equal work right? Not so fast! As the U.S. women's soccer team doubles down on their demands for equal pay by calling out FIFA and suing U.S. Soccer, they highlight economic ignorance that has plagued us for some time. Of course, U.S. women's soccer is not the only example of the trouble with demanding equal pay for men and women in sport. In this episode we chat with John Phelan about women's pay in sport...

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Should you need a license to work as a strength and conditioning coach, sport scientist or sport coach? Unfortunately, those beating the drum for licensure simply assume that licensure improves the licensed profession. Perhaps more accurately, those calling for licensure have not for a second, considered what the current evidence suggests about licensure. So much for being evidenced based! In this episode we chat with Dr. Dick Carp...

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Should college athletes get paid? If someone or some school is willing to do so, we sure think they should be! In this episode we chat with Andy Schwarz about paying college athletes, the college cartel the NCAA has presides over, and the history of how we got here. This is an excellent episode and we hope to have Andy back soon.

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Scroll through social media, open the paper or drone through the nightly news and you will probably see mention of equality/inequality or social justice. Unfortunately, this theme has crept into narratives from exercise and sport science related organizations and initiatives. In this episode we chat with Dr. Jim Nuzzo about his recent critique(s) of the equity in health and physical activity initiative from the American College of ...

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This episode is part 2 of 2 of our discussion with Dr. Tim Suchomel. In this episode we continue our discussion of Olympic derivatives with more of a lightning round of questions we have heard from practitioners over the years. Enjoy! 

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This episode is part 1 of 2 of our discussion with Dr. Tim Suchomel. In this episode we discuss Olympic derivatives, exercise selection, loading and programming strategies. All three of us attended East Tennessee State University, so it was nice to catch up and talk a little sport science!

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Over the last couple years, several authors (PhD types) have asserted that hypertrophy and strength are not related. Yeah we think it is pretty ridiculous too ;) In this episode we talk with Dr. Mike Israetel about this absurd assertion. You don't want to miss this episode!

Our guest for this episode is Dr. Mike Israetel. You can follow Dr. Mike Israetel on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter

A cofounder of Renaissance Periodiz...

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In this episode we talk with Dr. David Ridpath about the growth and future of college athletics, the sometimes perverse sources of funding in athletics and how the focus often has little to do with appropriately developing athletes. While we ran out of time at the end, Dr. Ridpath also provides a glimpse into some possible fixes and several options for developing alternatives to the system of college athletics we are familiar with...

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In the first episode of Tea with Dr.G and Coach C, we had the privilege of chatting with Dr. William (Bill) Sands. In this episode we discuss Dr. Sands' experience in sport, coach education in the United States (or the lack thereof), certifying bodies for S&C/sport science and the general quality of athlete development in the US and internationally.

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