In episode 182 Travis McMaster, Head Strength & Conditioning Coach with The All Blacks 7s, joins us.
Specifically Travis will be looking at:
- The importance of profiling athletes
- How to profile athletes
- How to use profiles to improve programming
"As a lifelong student, my inspiration to expand my knowledge and continue to grow and strive for mastery comes from my family, students, athletes, colleagues, and mentors alike. I hold a Doctorate in Sports Science (Strength and Conditioning), a Master’s Degree in Sport and Exercise Science and Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology with Honours along with multiple certifications in human performance. My journey as a student, athlete, scientist, educator, writer, coach, mentor, consultant, and performance director have provided him with opportunities to travel the world and experience a diversity of cultures. Over the past 15 years, I have had the privilege to work as a sports scientist, strength and conditioning coach, and performance consultant for successful Professional, National and Olympic sporting organizations and innovative research institutions; including but not limited to the Vegas Golden Knights, All Blacks Sevens, Canadian Freestyle Ski Team, Paralympic Snowboard, Edith Cowan University, AUT University’s Sports Performance Research Institute and the University of Waikato Adams Centre for High Performance. These experiences have allowed me to connect with and learn from inspirational athletes and world leading directors, coaches, scientists, and educators. My vision is to be a leader of, ambassador for, and servant to the science and practice of human performance"
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