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.
This episode will have a little less testosterone than usual, but don't let that stop you from listening! Tune in to find out what makes these three women strong(er) than you...
This week's Table Talk features elitefts strength and conditioning editorial intern, Mason Nowak. Tune in to this dialogue between the industries of powerlifting and strength and conditioning.
Swede is in the house! Joining Dave at the table, the creator of the 5thSet methodology lends his voice to today's episode. With over 20 years of powerlifting experience, Swede Burns is a complete coaching package of a proven track record, empathy, compassion, strategy, and consistent execution.
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 meet prep, rehab/injury, max effort, conjugate, training partners and much more!
We're back to the old Q&A style again for this episode of the elitefts Table Talk Podcast with host Dave Tate. Dave answers dozens of questions from topics such as technique, programming, rehab, regrets, beginners and much more!
In this episode of Table Talk Podcast, Dave Tate is hosting solo once again and covers a wide range of topics including maximum potential in strength, how to meet women, calf training, programming and more.
JM has been our most requested guest to get back on a Table Talk Podcast. This time around, Dave Tate and JM Blakley dig deeper into JM's training philosophy, mindset and much more.
Dr. Jordan Shallow, DC, aka The Muscle Doc, is a strength & conditioning coach, powerlifter, consultant and chiropractor from Windsor, Ontario. He is the founder and president of Pre-Script.com. He lectures and consults on principles of applied biomechanics centered around improving sport performance and injury risk management. He competes in the 242-pound class in men’s classic raw powerlifting. His best competition lifts are a 749-pound squat, a 441-pound bench press, and a 755-pound deadlift.
We went back to the old Q&A format for this one. Dave Tate answers questions with no prep, whatever the question, serious or...not so serious.
Ross Kolodziej is the head strength and conditioning coach at the University of Wisconsin, where he played college football as a student. In 2001, he was drafted by the New York Giants. He also played for the San Francisco 49ers, the Arizona Cardinals, the Minnesota Vikings, and the Omaha Nighthawks.
Brian Alsruhe is the Strongest Man titleholder in the state of Maryland. He's also the owner of NEVERsate Athletics, a strongman, powerlifting, and sports conditioning gym. Before opening NEVERsate, Brian was recruited by the U.S. government for a special military operation involving counterterrorism measures. So basically, he's the Jason Bourne of the fitness industry.
Nick Showman is the owner of Showtime Strength & Performance in Newark, Ohio, and the owner of the Natural Ohio Bodybuilding Association. Prior to Showtime, he was an assistant strength and conditioning coach at Denison University, Granville High School, and Total Athletic Development.
Dave Tate talks with powerlifting icon Doug Heath. Doug competed for over 30 years, has multiple world records, including 7 or 8 WPC Worlds titles. He started the sport when the AAU was the only federation. He was also Buster Douglas’s trainer when Buster beat Mike Tyson.
Before founding elitefts, Dave Tate accumulated over 30,000 total hours in the personal training sector spanning over 2 decades. In this Podcast, Dave covers the most effective ways he found to program and train his general population clients.
Watch/listen to Dave Tate's Conjugate Training Guide Part 1 before checking this one out. In this episode, Dave Tate expands on the questions and topics missed in part 1.