Elitefts Table Talk Podcast
Summary: Dave 'Under The Bar' has been involved in Strength & Conditioning for over three decades, coach, consultant, and business owner. He has logged more than 40,000 hours of strength training and consulting with professional, elite, gen pop and novice athletes, trainers and coaches. He has spoken at over 100 events and authored 20 books, as well as, writing over 1200 articles for magazines and prominent websites. Dave competed in Powerlifting from 1987-2004 obtaining elite rankings in multiple weight classes. Dave is married to elitefts.com Inc. co-founder Traci Arnold-Tate where they resided in London, Ohio with their two sons. Personal Credo: Live, Learn, Pass on. Each podcast will be unique, covering topics such as training, nutrition, powerlifting, business and much more.
Tim Edmunds and Mason Nowak return the Table Talk to discuss the future of the podcast. They discuss where Dave is and when he is returning. We ask you what you want to see on the podcast including branching out into new topics. The elitefts team and the articles published on the website are experts in a variety of topics and can provide expertise on subjects including powerlifting, autism, bodybuilding, running a gym, selling books, and running an online training business.
elitefts Table Talk Podcast coming back at you with another Strength History podcast. This week Tim Edmunds and Mason Nowak are narrowing their focus on powerlifting, and discussing Dave Tate's pick for the most underrated powerlifter. Steve Goggins was a massive force in powerlifting for decades. Shattering the heaviest squat of all time with 1102 while weighing only 265 should put him as one of the best immediately. Tim and Mason also discussed other historical squatters.
elitefts Table Talk cohost Tim Edmunds is joined once again by Mason Nowak, the current elitefts strength and conditioning editorial intern. After digging through Dave Tate’s Powerlifting USA magazines and pulling out the highlights in strength sports history, Tim and Mason pulled out some of their favorite feats of strength for a segment called Strength History. Clips will include powerlifting, bodybuilding, strongman, and sometimes just freaky strong feats captured on film.
Tim Edmunds, Matt Goodwin, and Nate Harvey sit with Eric Cressey, New York Yankees Director of Health and Player Performance to discuss all the things that Eric is doing to get his MLB players ready for the season in spite of COVID-19. Eric is also a recognized powerlifter and sheds insight on how he uses his experience with powerlifting to improve his overall training methods. This is a great episode for anyone interested in Sports Conditioning, Powerlifting, Fitness Training, and Baseball.
Adding a new twist to Table Talk Podcast, co-hosts Matt Goodwin, Josh Goedker, and Tim Edmonds interview Chris Bartl and Scott Paltos. Chris Bartl is the strength coach at Mount Baker High School in Deming, Washington. Scott Paltos is a middle school physical education teacher, a high school football coach, a gym owner, and a lifelong elitefts customer. For the past 15 years and counting, he runs Foundation Training Systems, a gym where he trains both athletes and general population adults.
Episode #52 co-hosts Tim Edmunds and Josh Goedker interviews Chris Lambert former owner of the Atilis Gym location in Bellmawr NJ that has recently been in the news for violating the Covid-19 closure order. Chris talks about what happened in Bellmawr but more specifically how he plans on making adjustments to get his gym and small business back online.
Still on lockdown mode for this episode. Dave Tate answers your questions with topics regarding to powerlifting equipment, equipment pricing, gym owners, and much more.
On this episode of the elitefts Table Talk Podcast, Dave Tate answers your questions with topics regarding to powerlifting programming, powerlifting cues, overhead press variations, Hafthor Bjornsson's 501kg deadlift, Learn To Train seminars and much more.
Call them the three amigos, this trio crowded around our table for episode #18 in July of 2019. They're back and for this episode, we're in each of their homes as everyone is following Trump's mandates, practicing social distancing to flatten the COVID-19 curve. If you need a laugh, relax and listen, this episode is for you.
Dave Tate sits down for an episode of the Table Talk with Mark Bell and his co-hosts of the Mark Bell's Power Project, Nsima Inyang and Andrew Zaragoza. Dave and Mark talk about their past time training together, and life and business lessons they've learned since then.
Elite multi-ply powerlifter and world-class coach and educator Brian Carroll is on the elitefts Table Talk Podcast to chat with Dave Tate. Brian Carroll is a world-class powerlifter who holds, or has held, multiple all-time world, national, and state records in the 220-, 242-, and 275-pound weight classes. He totaled 2730 pounds in the 275-pound weight class in the multi-ply category and has squatted over 1000 pounds in competition over 50 times, more than anyone else in powerlifting history.
On this episode of the elitefts Table Talk podcast, Dave Tate will be focused specifically on beginners and their programming. He speaks on conjugate, grip variations, muscular development and much more.
You ask, Dave Tate answers. This episode of the elitefts Table Talk Podcast went back to the old school Q&A style again. Dave answers dozens of questions from topics such as programming, specialty bars, smith machines, the overhead press, overall fitness and much more!
Dave returns to the table to talk everything conjugate. Joining in on the collaboration, our trusty strength and conditioning editorial intern is by his side. Tune in and enjoy!
This week's table talk is a combination of Dave's weekly sport science meetings with the strength and conditioning intern and answering your questions. Whether you want to advance your knowledge as a coach or athlete this one is sure to be a knowledge bomb on everything strength!