In episode 32, Tim Suchomel, assistant professor of exercise science and program director for the sport physiology and performance coaching master's program at Carroll University (USA), joins us.
Specifically Tim will be looking at:
- What are Olympic weightlifting derivatives
- Physiological advantages & disadvantages
- Programming derivatives for performance
"Dr. Tim Suchomel is an assistant professor of exercise science and program director for the sport physiology and performance coaching master's program at Carroll University (USA). In addition to his teaching responsibilities, Tim serves as a human performance coach and spearheads the athlete monitoring program. Tim has published over 80 peer-reviewed journal articles on topics including strength and power development, weightlifting movements and their derivatives, and athlete monitoring. He is a certified strength and conditioning specialist with distinction (CSCS*D) and registered strength and conditioning coach (RSCC) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association."
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