Exploring the Box of Power and Conditioning with Jay Dawes



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On this episode of Powering Efficiency, we’re joined through Jay Dawes, the 2021 NCAA Tactical Practitioner of the 12 months and Affiliate Professor of Implemented Workout Science at Oklahoma State. Song in to listen to extra in regards to the analysis Jay is doing in Power and Conditioning and the way it pertains to each tactical athletes and public well being communities. 

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Take a look at those 3 highlights:

1. Jay stocks with us some main points at the present tactical analysis he’s curious about. 

“It offers us the liberty and the autonomy to do trying out that we’d do if we had been operating in a high-performance heart for school athletics or execs after which creating individualized systems to satisfy their particular wishes.”


2. Jay speaks to one of the most distance training assets for Power and Conditioning Oklahoma St. has created.

“I’ve were given one path that might be a straight-up tactical power conditioning magnificence. So it in reality is aimed toward giving folks some foundational wisdom on program design to be sure that they may be able to be extra environment friendly, however in reality to more or less lend a hand prep and get them ready to take the tactical power conditioning facilitator examination.”


3. Jay and Ryan talk about the crossover between Power and Conditioning analysis and public well being within the police and fireplace communities

“Numerous instances, as soon as officials and firefighters get via coaching academy, they are now not mandated to need to care for an occupational health usual all through the rest of their profession. And so at that time, any form of health participation turns into strictly voluntary. In order that makes it in reality difficult to do analysis on that inhabitants and to get any significant knowledge.” 

Hook up with Jay Dawes

E mail: jay.dawes@okstate.edu

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