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In this episode, Rodney Hill shares his insights on the best metrics to track when using a force plate. As an experienced strength and conditioning coach, Hill has worked with professional football teams and has won a conference championship at the collegiate level. He holds multiple certifications and currently serves as an Assistant Director of Football Sports Performance at Duke University.

During the podcast, Hill discusses the importance of force plate technology in assessing an athlete's performance and injury risk. He shares his top metrics to track, including peak force, rate of force development, and asymmetry. Hill also provides practical tips on how coaches and trainers can use this information to design effective training programs and prevent injuries. Listeners will gain valuable insights into the world of sports performance and the role that technology plays in optimizing athletic performance. Whether you are a coach, athlete, or fitness enthusiast, this episode is sure to provide you with valuable information on how to use force plate technology to achieve your goals.

TIMECODES:
00:02:50 - How did you get into strength and conditioning, who were some of your early influences, and what has been some of the best lessons that you have learned so far?
00:07:32 - What are some of the most notable differences that you have seen between college and professional football playing?
00:11:08 - How do some of the transfer portal players compare to the rest of the squad when they come on to the team?
00:13:22 - How does Coach Ben Sowders run the program there and what is something that you've taken away from working with him?
00:17:27 - What are your responsibilites at Arkansas? What does a typical day look like?
00:26:08 - What groups do you work with in the weight room?
00:31:46 - What are some of the things that you've seen with GPS tracking that are intriguing to you and how does the staff utilize the information you get from it to drive outcomes with the football team?
00:38:28 - Return-to-play Protocols at Arkansas
00:40:16 - What are some of the main take aways from using a force plate?
00:49:18 - Using the information to determine when players need more work or less work.
00:53:56 - Do y'all make adjustments on an individual basis or are adjustments made with the entire team or position group in mind?
00:55:52 - Where do you go for information on everything strength & conditioning?
01:01:13 - What is some advice that you could share that can be used in planning and organizing programs for practice that will allow teams to be ready for competition?
01:07:10 - How much difference is there between training men and women?
01:11:33 - What are some books that you are reading or have read that the listeners should know about?
01:15:55 - Can you explain how performance in the eccentric phase influences the concentric result?

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In this episode, Rodney Hill shares his insights on the best metrics to track when using a force plate. As an experienced strength and conditioning coach, Hill has worked with professional football teams and has won a conference championship at the collegiate level. He holds multiple certifications and currently serves as an Assistant Director of Football Sports Performance at Duke University. During the podcast, Hill discusses the importance of force plate technology in assessing an athlete's performance and injury risk. He shares his top metrics to track, including peak force, rate of force development, and asymmetry. Hill also provides practical tips on how coaches and trainers can use this information to design effective training programs and prevent injuries. Listeners will gain valuable insights into the world of sports performance and the role that technology plays in optimizing athletic performance. Whether you are a coach, athlete, or fitness enthusiast, this episode is sure to provide you with valuable information on how to use force plate technology to achieve your goals. TIMECODES: 00:02:50 - How did you get into strength and conditioning, who were some of your early influences, and what has been some of the best lessons that you have learned so far? 00:07:32 - What are some of the most notable differences that you have seen between college and professional football playing? 00:11:08 - How do some of the transfer portal players compare to the rest of the squad when they come on to the team? 00:13:22 - How does Coach Ben Sowders run the program there and what is something that you've taken away from working with him? 00:17:27 - What are your responsibilites at Arkansas? What does a typical day look like? 00:26:08 - What groups do you work with in the weight room? 00:31:46 - What are some of the things that you've seen with GPS tracking that are intriguing to you and how does the staff utilize the information you get from it to drive outcomes with the football team? 00:38:28 - Return-to-play Protocols at Arkansas 00:40:16 - What are some of the main take aways from using a force plate? 00:49:18 - Using the information to determine when players need more work or less work. 00:53:56 - Do y'all make adjustments on an individual basis or are adjustments made with the entire team or position group in mind? 00:55:52 - Where do you go for information on everything strength & conditioning? 01:01:13 - What is some advice that you could share that can be used in planning and organizing programs for practice that will allow teams to be ready for competition? 01:07:10 - How much difference is there between training men and women? 01:11:33 - What are some books that you are reading or have read that the listeners should know about? 01:15:55 - Can you explain how performance in the eccentric phase influences the concentric result? ------------------------------ Links: Connect with Coach Moffitt Twitter @TommyMoffitt Instagram @tommymoffitt Connect with Twitter @CoachRodHill Instagram @BigRodHill Resources : If you or your organization would like to To know more about The Moffitt Method, please schedule a call with one of our coaches. Book a Call Reviews : If you have been enjoying this show please take a moment to rate and review us on Spotify, Apple, or wherever you are consuming this podcast. Give us a follow on social media: Instagram Facebook Website YouTube Twitter leer más leer menos

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