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Coaches Jon, Luke and Todd have decades of combined coaching experience, and they've each worked with multiple CrossFit Games athletes. They’ve seen every coaching method, programming trick, and mindset hack under the sun, and, in the Legion Strength & Conditioning podcast, they deconstruct what works best to get CrossFit athletes results -- better and faster.
 
The official podcast of the Iron Legion Strength Co., where we believe in "empowerment through strength". Owner, founder and coach Scott Baumann and guests talk about the power of strength to overcome extreme hardships and adversity!
 
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It's CrossFit Games week, and in this special 100th episode, Jon gives away all of his secrets in preparing CrossFit Omnia Black and Abigail Moore for the team competition and the 14-15-year-old division at the CrossFit Games this year. CrossFit Omnia qualified for the games being, as Jon called it, a true affiliate team. The team is made up of ath…
 
Everyone that get's into remote coaching most likely does it because they enjoy the process of writing programming, but what happens when you have many programmes to write, and you might be up late on a Sunday churning out the final few programmes for the following week? A good process is important if you want to enjoy programming because that proc…
 
We had high hopes for a nation of unity and understanding, yet it seems the last few years have brought us just the opposite. Now, maybe more than ever before, we seem to have more and more topics and issues to disagree about and be divided over. Honest and open conversations about these topics have been replaced by snarky Twitter posts and pointed…
 
The first hurdle many have in remote coaching is getting through that initial stage trying to get your first clients. Even for well-established coaches, acquiring new clients can be a real challenge. Looking for remote coaching 7 years ago was difficult, and you would have been lucky if someone in your local city was coaching people via email. Now …
 
To kick off our latest podcast series on working in remote coaching, we are sharing our personal experience working online with athletes and how we got started. With all three of us coming from different places in coaching, coincidently, we all started at a similar period when working online was still a very new method of coaching in CrossFit. Seve…
 
A coach needs to know how to deal with the athlete who requests to add on a Smolov squat cycle to training and the experienced competitor who felt they were lacking in certain areas in their last competition. We want athletes to have autonomy in their training, and making programming requests to their coach is part of that. Coaches should consider …
 
Jacob Tsypkin is the owner of Anarchos Training Methods. As a long time coach, he has helped people and athletes at every level in CrossFit, from being a former affiliate owner at CrossFit Monterey to helping athletes qualify for the CrossFit Games. I first remember reading about Jacob's coaching when he coached the winner of the UK CrossFit sectio…
 
Those who are pretty tuned into modern strength and conditioning and training for a sport like CrossFit have probably seen the use of data to improve performance. With complex systems, we can use data to make things more legible, show patterns and give us helpful information. But what happens when that information is not used correctly? One example…
 
We've all been there. You come into the gym feeling tired and run down, and the day's programming calls for a 1RM back squat. Easy decision to change it up! But, what happens when you need to change the plan in the middle of the workout? It's competition season in CrossFit, so you may see more people than usual writing out spreadsheets of split tim…
 
A massive component of success is the self-image. Confidence, self-reliance; the belief in one’s self is arguably the most important component in determining whether someone will be successful. Let’s talk about how to develop that.Scott Baumann, Owner and founder of Iron Legion Strength Co. tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Whether we are talking business, family, finances or whatever; the relationships we have with other humans are massively important. Here is a little lesson I was reminded of recently.Scott Baumann, Owner and founder of Iron Legion Strength Co. tarafından oluşturuldu
 
To improve, do we need to faithfully execute everything in our training program exactly as written? Not really — the goal of training is to stimulate adaptation, not to check everything off of a list. Athletes often get caught up in the details of plans and progressions and may lose sight of the overall goal of training. To create long term progres…
 
How much does your performance in the Open matter if you are confident that you will make it to Quarterfinals? Many athletes have shifted their focus in training away from the Open and onto Quarterfinals, but staying focused on the bigger picture goal after a disappointing Open finish can be difficult. While Open finishes can provide helpful data p…
 
When is it appropriate for athletes to adjust their training based upon how they're feeling? If an athlete is fatigued and stressed going into a session and they're supposed to max out their snatch, should they adjust the session? For a sport like CrossFit, athletes and coaches should consider the goal of the training session. Are we trying to targ…
 
How often should CrossFit athletes compete? Only the Open and Quarterfinals? Do a local throwdown every weekend? Hit every online qualifier workout that comes up? As coaches, we see people make mistakes by both competing too often and be competing too infrequently. Some people place all of their focus on the CrossFit Games season while not getting …
 
I’ll often say “just start” when someone asks how they should begin going after their dreams. I realized that that advice might need some clarification. Here is that clarification.Scott Baumann, Owner and founder of Iron Legion Strength Co. tarafından oluşturuldu
 
In a rare topical episode, Luke, Jon, and Todd weigh in on the recent drama surrounding the firing of Dave Castro. CrossFit firing Dave Castro is like WWE firing Vince McMahon. While Castro had a clear creative vision for the CrossFit Games, there were also obvious downsides to having so much responsibility for an entire sport's ecosystem in one pe…
 
When getting back into training after injury, it's easy to compile a laundry list of corrective exercises to throw into warm-ups and accessory work to add to training sessions. But, how much do these things actually help when we are chomping at the bit to get back into "real" training? This episode wraps up the mini-series on injury and pain in Cro…
 
A lot of talk about worthiness in society today. “We are all worthy” is a common theme. Worthy of love, freedom and happiness? Yes. Worthy of success, financial freedom, strength and health? Not so much. That depends upon how much work you are willing to put in.Scott Baumann, Owner and founder of Iron Legion Strength Co. tarafından oluşturuldu
 
In episode 86 of the Legion Strength and Conditioning podcast, Jon, Luke, and Todd continue their mini-series on injury and pain. This discussion focuses on recovering from injury and the return to play process. Athletes and coaches often overreact to an injury, either pushing through pain and discomfort too much or, on the other end, catastrophizi…
 
As adults, we are often accountable to ourselves, particularly when it comes to our personal goals and our personal health and fitness. There is a huge problem that comes with that. Today we’ll discuss that.Scott Baumann, Owner and founder of Iron Legion Strength Co. tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Episode 85 of the Legion Strength and Conditioning podcast is the second part of a mini-series about pain and injury. Specifically, this episode goes over the relationship between technique, fatigue and injury. Whilst technique is essential to reduce the risk of injury, fatigue often plays a significant role, especially in a sport like CrossFit. To…
 
The challenge is completed. What now? It’s hard for many of us to keep focus and motivation when we’ve attained our goal, when we’ve reached the summit. Here’s what I’m planning to do and also my newfound approach to nutrition that I would recommend to anyone who wants to follow 75 HARD and the one that is going to take me to the next level of redu…
 
For the next mini-series on the Legion Strength and Conditioning podcast, Todd, Jon, and Luke discuss injury and pain and how it relates to CrossFit. Episode 84 kicks things off with a discussion on the relationship many athletes have with pain. Whether an athlete is dealing with a long term overuse injury or a dislocated shoulder, it’s important t…
 
We wait for other people to believe in our ideas. We want them to be as enthusiastic as we are. We are deflated when they aren’t. Stop doing that.Here’s why we don’t need that approval. We don’t need that support and more importantly, here is why we shouldn’t expect it.Scott Baumann, Owner and founder of Iron Legion Strength Co. tarafından oluşturuldu
 
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