In episode 180 Hunter Eisenhower, Associate Head Coach for Sports Performance at Arizona State University, joins us.
Specifically Hunter will be looking at:
- The importance of force for sport performance
- How to train using Slow, Fast and Human Force
- How he uses these gategories to train athletes
"Hunter Eisenhower is the Associate Head Coach for Sports Performance at Arizona State University working with Men’s Basketball and Triathlon. Previously he was an Assistant Sports Performance Coach & Sports Scientist for the Sacramento Kings. He’s worked at various colleges throughout the US and has his Bachelors & Masters degree in Exercise Physiology. His wife’s name is Leah and they have a 11 month old daughter, Elsie."
Instagram : huntereis_sp
Twitter : huntereis_sc
Move The Needle Podcast (hosted by Hunter and Mike Sullivan) : https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/move-the-needle-the-human-performance-podcast/id1695907028
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