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IGCT Episode #110: Dr. Ted Lambrinides – Information Intelligence

Coach Ted Lambrinides has over 26 years of coaching experience in the field.  He served as the Assistant Strength Coach at The Ohio State University where he trained numerous Buckeye All-Americans in a variety of sports.  Presently, he serves as a consultant to several NFL teams including the Cincinnati Bengals, the Jacksonville Jaguars and the 2005 World Champion Pittsburgh Steelers.  He also consults for numerous major collegiate programs.  Ted is also a member of the NCAA speakers bureau where he is nationally know and leading expert on Strength Training Research, Sport Nutrition & Ergogenic Aids.
In this episode we discuss:

His journey

By |July 2nd, 2015|Episodes|0 Comments

IGCT Episode #109: Dr. Phil Wagner- “This is Sparta”

Dr. Phil Wagner, founded Sparta Performance in the Silicon Valley (est. 2008) and subsequently a technology corporation, Sparta Software Corporation (est (2012), from a passion for advancing the science of athletic performance and injury prevention. Prior to Sparta, Wagner played varsity football at UC Davis and then semi-professional rugby in New Zealand. He then worked as a Strength & Conditioning coach for eight years at Cal and UCLA only to find that athlete training and injury protocols lacked the objective data to drive decisions.

So he completed medical school at USC to learn and apply evidence-based protocols to develop better frameworks

By |June 24th, 2015|Episodes|0 Comments

IGCT Episode #108: Jay DeMayo – “All Roads Lead to Rome, but Not Everyone Gets There”

Jason DeMayo is in his 10th year as a strength and conditioning coach at the University of Richmond, and his eighth year working with the men’s basketball team.

DeMayo is directly responsible for the strength training, conditioning and flexibility development of the men and women’s basketball teams. He also educates the student-athletes on the proper nutrition to make sure their bodies are performing to their full potential.

Jay has presented at 10 different seminars and clinics in five different states and has coached and lectured for a month at Ningbo University in China.

He came to Richmond from Indiana State, where he was

By |June 18th, 2015|Episodes|0 Comments

IGCT Episode #107: Matt Jennings – “If the Wolf Wants To Eat, It Has To Run”

Matt Jennings is entering his fourth year as the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach at Xavier for the 2012-13 academic year. His responsibilities will include overseeing the entire XU Athletics Strength and Conditioning Department, as well as working directly with the Men’s Basketball Program. Jennings and his wife, Jill, are the proud parents of three children, Delaney & Zachary (11) and Jacob (9).

Highlights of Coach Jennings’ career include:

High Point University 2007-2009
Inaugural Head Strength & Conditioning Coach / 16 Big South Conference Teams

University of South Carolina 2004-2007
Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach / Men’s Basketball & Volleyball

Wake Forest University 2000-2004
Assistant Strength &

By |June 11th, 2015|Episodes|0 Comments

IGCT Episode #106: Dr. Mike Martino – Three Dimensional Thinking

Dr. Martino came to Georgia College in 1997 and has been an advocate of wellness, human performance, sports medicine, nutrition, and weight loss. He is a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) with Distinction through the National Strength & Conditioning Association, a certified Functional Movement Screen professional, a Master Instructor through the Evidenced Based Fitness Association, a Certified Battling Ropes Coach, and a Cancer Exercise Specialist through the Rocky Mountain Cancer Rehabilitation Institute.

Dr. Martino received his Bachelor of Arts from Furman University in Health and Physical Education in 1988. From 1990 through 1995, he completed his Master’s and Doctoral degrees

By |June 4th, 2015|Episodes|1 Comment