- For taking so long to get another podcast out, and
- The audio quality of this recording.
When we had Kendall it greatly cut down not only on my “extra” time, but specifically my time when it was totally quiet in the house.
Obviously a lot of background noise isn’t conducive to a great show, so for the time being, I had to put it on the back burner.
The other issue I ran into occurred when trying to record this show. After upgrading my laptop to Mac OS Lion, I found out Lion and isn’t compatible with my podcast recording software, so Zach and I had to improvise on the fly to at least get something recorded.
Next time, I’ll do the show on my desktop and we should be good to go!
This interview takes us back to basics with one of my favorite strength coaches, Zach Even-Esh.
If you want a fantastic example of where hard work and dedication will get you, look no further than Zach.
In this interview, we cover the following:
- How and why Zach got started training athletes.
- Zach’s first “gym” and the ridiculously low rate he was charging athletes for his services!
- Zach’s overall philosophy for his training his athletes, and specifically, wrestlers.
- Where most wrestlers go wrong with their training programs.
- Zach’s extensive injury history, and how he’s evolved as a strength coach due to those injuries.
- The biggest mistake Zach made along the way, along with how he’s learned from it.