Wed, 27 April 2016
How young is to young to strength train?
Is Chocolate Milk a good recovery drink after a workout?
Do you need supplements?
I answer these questions in my weekly podcast. Make sure to pass along so more can gain the knowledge needed to become better athletes.
Direct download: Questions_how_young_to_strength_train_4_26_16_.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:37am EDT
Mon, 18 April 2016
Some questions I was asked through social media over the past few weeks. What is the difference between Whey and Cassein Protein? When and how should it be taken? Also should an athlete play hurt? and finally Concussions should an organization spend hundreds of dollars on fancy helmets to prevent concussions?
I will answer all of these as well as talk about my upcoming Certification on Acceleration, Deceleration, and Re-Acceleration training. Go to www.speedandagilityinstitute.com for more info.
Also I will be holding a Concussion Discussion May 14th. All parents, coaches, and athletes need to be here to understand what we need to do to help with this epidemic.
Direct download: Questions_Proteins_Play_hurt_4_18_16_.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:10pm EDT
Thu, 7 April 2016
Dr. Bryan Mann was hired at Mizzou first as a Graduate Assistant in 2004 and then promoted to Assistant Director of Strength & Conditioning in 2006. On top of his duties in the department of Athletic Performance, Mann is also an Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy and Athletic Training since 2012.
As an Assistant Director of Strength & Conditioning, Mann is responsible for assisting with the player development program for football and baseball as well as being responsible for Missouri's women's soccer teams. In addition to these team duties, he is also the Director of Research & Development, as well as being the Coordinator for On-Campus Academic Relations.
Prior to his arrival at the University of Missouri, Mann attended Southwest Missouri State University where he served as a student assistant as well as a Graduate Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach from March 1999-May 2004. He assisted in the player development of football, men's and women's basketball, baseball, and volleyball. He developed the programs for field hockey, softball, men's and women's soccer, swimming and diving, and men's tennis. He also trained 2004 Barbados Olympic triple jumper Greg Hughes.
Mann also helped in producing some great achievements for the athletic department at SMSU. These include a Final Four appearance by women's basketball and a College World Series appearance by baseball.
Throughout high school and college, Mann was a four-time national and two-time world champion in powerlifting for the Natural Athlete's Strength Association and was considered among the top 20 athletes in the world for his age.
Mann is also an accomplished author and researcher. He has published three books, most notably "Powerlifting" which was published by Human Kinetics, and numerous journal articles. Mann is most well-known for his research on autoregulation of training with the first athlete training article ever done on the Autoregulatory Progressive Resistance Exercise (APRE) protocol as well as assessment of training improvements.
Mann received his degree in Health Promotion from Missouri State University in 2003, a Graduate Certificate in Sports Management from Missouri State University in 2004, a Masters Degree in Health Education and Promotion in 2006 and his Ph.D. in 2011. Mann is recognized as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) as well as Strength and Conditioning Coach Certified (SCCC) from the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association. Mann is married to Corinne Schoppet Mann and they currently reside in Columbia.
Assistant Teaching Professor of Physical Therapy & Assistant Director of Strength & Conditioning
Nutrition & Exercise Physiology/Department of Athletics
Direct download: Bryan_Mann_U_of_Missouri_4_6_16_mp3.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 4:14am EDT