With over 13 years of personal and team training, strength coaching, and nutritional counseling experience, Dr. Joel Seedman works with a wide variety of clientele–from amateur to professional athletes, and from adolescent to elderly individuals.Dr. Seedman takes a holistic approach to training, incorporating the best of neuromuscular physiology, motor learning, exercise physiology, sports nutrition and supplementation, biomechanics, sport psychology, bioenergetics, arthrokinematics, and functional anatomy to aid his clients.
In addition to working with clients, Dr. Seedman also continues to research, identify, and write about the best and most effective training techniques for optimizing performance, fitness, and health. His writings are featured in national publications and are recognized as among the very best in the industry.
In this episode, you’ll learn:
- Common misconceptions in eccentric isometric training (05:34)
- 5 Eccentric isometrics exercise tips for beginners (33:35)
- The importance of a good technique (27:34)
- Overstretching injuries and how to avoid them (11:44)
- 3 Ways to improve joint mobility and stiffness with eccentric isometrics (17:02)
- The optimal position to train your muscle to build strength (12:55)
- Muscle soreness and eccentric exercise (30:28)
- The truth about eccentric training and insulin resistance (36:41)
- 6 Benefits of barefoot training (40:44)
Dr. Seedman’s Top 3 Recommended Barefoot Training Shoes
- Nike Free 1.0 Cross Bionic (take the insoles out and order a 1/2 size smaller)
- Merrell Vapor Glove
- Pedestal Footwear
In case you missed it. Listen to Dr. Joel Seedman: 7 Strength Training Strategies To Maximize Your Results Part 1.