Guido Van Ryssegem is our guest in this episode, a strength conditioning specialist from Oregon. Guido has worked with major baseball teams, worked at universities, and created a school for sports science and sports medicine in China. Guido returns to the show to discuss proprioception as well as widening fields of study.
“The relationship between the 3 senses, effort, force and heaviness, are always related to each other and constantly change. That’s a beautiful thing because we can manipulate it.” – Guido Van Ryssengem
Topics covered include:
- A refresher on how Guido got into strength conditioning.
- Cultivating curiosity.
- What is new and exciting in the world of strength training and conditioning?
- The difference between balance and proprioception.
- Effort, force, and heaviness: the missing parts of proprioception.
- The difference between sense and skill.
- Defining proprioception.
- How cultural differences inform our prediction models.
- How research can affect and change modalities of treatment for individuals.
- How clinicians are adapting these modalities.
- Utilizing proprioception research for general population improvements.
- Overcoming bilateral difference in weight.
- Using unilateral training for optimization of bilateral strength and vice versa.
- Identifying where the most potential for gain is.
- Can proprioception research apply to sports like baseball?
- Understanding what will have temporary results and what will be longer lasting.
- Performance versus fitness and understanding the differences to create training programs.
- Educating your patients on the “why” of what you are doing.
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