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Rebel Performance Radio - Rebel Performance EPISODE 2, 4th November 2019
RPR Episode 2 - Kyle Dobbs
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RPR Episode 2 - Kyle Dobbs

Kyle Dobbs, professional tall guy and mentor to trainers/coaches around the world, joins the show today to talk about developing world-class coaches and, of course, picking things up and putting them back down. We kick things off getting into Kyle’s background as a collegiate athlete and how he found strength and conditioning, and then transition to talk about his mentorship group. In particular, we dive into understanding what your limiting factor is as a coach and the importance of language constructs. If you keep alphabet souping people and using big words because you think it makes you smart, please stop.

From there, we talk all things lifting, getting into Kyle’s current thought processes when it comes to programming. Topics covered include designing a training week, high-low or 3-3 splits, phase progression, complexity curves, consolidation of stressors, and much much more. If you’re a coach looking to up your game, or an athlete trying to better understand how to structure your programming, then this episode is for you.

Episode Highlights:

3:30 – Mustaches, dad strength, and testosterone

5:00 – How Kyle got into Strength and Conditioning

9:00 – My selfish reason for getting into Strength and Conditioning

12:00 – Our woes as collegiate athletes

15:30 – What are the most significant things Kyle sees trainers and coaches missing the boat on

19:00 – Reaching the point of diminishing returns with your education

22:30 – What’s your limiting factor as a coach

27:00 – The importance of language constructs as a coach

40:00 – Programming talk (high-low splits, 3-3 splits, strength, hypertrophy, endurance)

49:00 – Proprioceptive assistance work and the complexity curve

60:00 – Knowing when to pick “dumb” movements

71:00 – Kyle’s top-recommended resources

Links and stuff:

  1. Instagram: @compoundperformance
  2. Website: https://www.compoundperformance.com/
  3. James Cerbie: @jamescerbie
  4. Rebel Performance
  5. TRAIN
  6. Zac Cupples The Human Matrix
  7. Pat Davidson Rethinking the Big Patterns
  8. Why Zebras Don’t Get Ulcers
  9. The Upside of Stress
  10. How Emotions are Made