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The PBSCCS Podcast
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January 12, 2021 06:16 PM PST

This episode of The PBSCCS Podcast is a group discussion on in-season nutrition and supplementation (A and Rookie).

Speakers:
-Joe Hudson (Boston Red Sox organization)
-Jordan Brown (Tampa Bay Rays organization)
-Goldy Simmons (Chicago White Sox organization)

Questions/topics covered in this episode:
-Roles in the overall nutrition/supplementation picture during the season
-Big rocks to try to cover with nutrition and/or supplementation for players
-Challenges faced with nutrition/supplementation
-Advice for others/tricks of the trade

Quotes:
-"Start with the simple things" - Joe Hudson (12:38)
-"Your athletes' expectations are going to be derived from what you put forward as a person and as a strength coach" - Goldy Simmons (58:56)
-"We need to be able to just come with an open mind and open ears and listen to an athlete that comes to you for help" - Jordan Brown (59:33)

If you would like to learn more from the guests on this episode, you can follow them on social media:

Instagram:
@hudson_jr12 - Joe Hudson
@gsimmons88 - Goldy Simmons

Twitter:
@Coach_JoeHudson - Joe Hudson
@jordan_b28 - Jordan Brown

December 29, 2020 07:11 PM PST

This episode of The PBSCCS Podcast is a group discussion on the 2020 Alternate Site and the COVID restrictions involved.

Speakers:
-Travis Roberson (Cleveland Indians organization)
-Andy King (San Francisco Giants organization)
-Mike Lidge (Philadelphia Phillies organization)

Questions/topics covered in this episode:
-Discussion on life at the alternate site
-Biggest challenges faced during the season
-Lessons learned that will help moving forward
-Finding ways to stay sane/busy

Quotes:
-"As strength coaches we want to be able to be consistent on a day-to-day basis" - Mike Lidge (10:44)
-"Hopefully it's a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that we never go through a season like this again" - Andy King (29:44)
-"Things are going to happen and you gotta be able to have two, three, four back-up plans" - Travis Roberson (31:47)

If you would like to learn more from the guests on this episode, you can follow them on social media:

Instagram:
@robersont7 - Travis Roberson
@coachak15 - Andy King
@m_lidge89 - Mike Lidge

Twitter:
@robersont77 - Travis Roberson
@CoachAK15 - Andy King

December 15, 2020 07:06 PM PST

This episode of The PBSCCS Podcast is a group discussion on the 2020 Major League season and the COVID restrictions involved.

Speakers:
-Kiyoshi Momose (Boston Red Sox organization)
-Scott Weberg (Toronto Blue Jays organization)
-Dong Lien (Philadelphia Phillies organization)

Questions/topics covered in this episode:
-COVID restrictions and the changes required during the season
-Biggest challenges faced this season
-Lessons learned that will help in the future
-Given the choice would you rather have a 60-game COVID restricted season or a full 162-game season with no restrictions?

Quotes:
-"Everyone knew this was going to be a challenge" - Scott Weberg (22:37)
-"We can be more efficient" - Kiyoshi Momose (25:54)
-"One thing the virus has done is kind of forced everybody to have an open mind because you didn't know what was going to happen" - Dong Lien (27:05)

If you would like to learn more from the guests on this episode, you can follow them on social media:

Instagram:
@donglien - Dong Lien

Twitter:
@DongLien - Dong Lien

December 01, 2020 08:08 PM PST

Logan Frandsen is in his fourth season with the Texas Rangers Organization. He currently is in his second year as the minor league strength and conditioning coordinator after previously serving as the rehab strength and conditioning coach in 2019. He joined the organization in 2018 and served as the strength and conditioning coach at High-A Down East.

Prior to joining the Rangers, Frandsen was the head strength and conditioning coach for baseball at his alma mater, Sonoma State (CA) University. He also completed a pair of internships with PAC-12 athletic programs, working with the baseball and football programs at Cal Berkeley in spring 2017 and assisting multiple sports at Stanford University in the summer of 2017.

Logan played college baseball at Oregon State University and Sonoma State. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from Sonoma State and is currently in the process of finishing a Masters of Science in Kinesiology from A.T. Still University.

Topics covered in this episode:
-Helping players in the rehab setting
-Accumulation of learning
-Being a generalist

Quotes:
-"A big reason why we all get into this thing is to help people" (5:01)
-"We're here to serve the athlete" (9:56)
-"I think we're in a time where these guys are starving for education" (10:48)

If you would like to learn more from Logan, you can follow him on social media:

Instagram:
@frandsenstrength

Twitter:
@LFrandsen_33

November 17, 2020 09:45 PM PST

Dong Lien is from Winnipeg, Manitoba. He enters his 16th season in professional baseball with the Philadelphia Phillies. He is the Major League Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Sports Science from the University of Manitoba and earned his Master’s degree in Exercise Science from California University of Pennsylvania during the 2010 season. During his time at the U of M, he worked as student athletic therapist with Men’s Basketball and the Winnipeg Goldeyes Baseball (Northern League.)

Professionally Dong began his professional career in 2005 as MiLB Strength & Conditioning Coach for the Clearwater Threshers (High-A). He was promoted to MiLB Coordinator in 2007, and MLB Strength & Conditioning Coach in 2008. He took a step-back to MiLB level Lehigh Valley (2014-2017) before returning as the Major League Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach in 2018.

Topics covered in this episode:
-The "5:00 am Club"
-Collaboration
-Travel

Quotes:
-"You do recognize those commonalities of these successful athletes that truly take it to another level" (13:00)
-"Respect the coaches that were here before us" (22:55)
-"There's no one template that fits all our professional athletes" (35:30)

If you would like to learn more from Dong, you can follow him on social media:

Instagram:
@donglien

Twitter:
@DongLien

November 03, 2020 07:09 PM PST

This episode of The PBSCCS Podcast is a group discussion on in-season nutrition and supplementation (AAA and AA).

Speakers:
-Derek Mendoza (Seattle Mariners organization)
-Paul Howey (Atlanta Braves organization)
-RJ Guyer (Washington Nationals organization)

Questions/topics covered in this episode:
-Roles in the overall nutrition/supplementation picture during the season
-Big rocks to try to cover with nutrition and/or supplementation for players
-Challenges faced with nutrition/supplementation
-Advice for others/tricks of the trade

Quotes:
-"It's learning the things that your players will and won't eat" - Paul Howey (32:22)
-"Don't mow your grass when your house is on fire" - Derek Mendoza (40:28)
-"Make the players a part of the process" - RJ Guyer (42:41)

If you would like to learn more from the guests on this episode, you can follow them on social media:

Instagram:
@findyourprime - Derek Mendoza
@howeycscs_lmt - Paul Howey

October 20, 2020 10:42 PM PDT

Nathan Friedman, CSCS, is a Minor League Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Arizona Diamondbacks. He is in his second season in professional baseball with the Dbacks. He has a BS in Kinesiology and MS in Sport and Exercise Psychology from Temple University. While enrolled at Temple, he worked six seasons with the Temple football team in various capacities including undergraduate student assistant, assistant video coordinator and strength and conditioning assistant.

Topics covered in this episode:
-His best professional baseball story
-Being a two-time MiLB Strength and Conditioning Coach of the Year
-Networking and relationship building

Quotes:
-"They can tell when someone is really being themselves and putting themselves out there and when they're just trying to put a show on" (8:29)
-"I think all of us as a profession are pretty selfless individuals" (12:45)
-"I believe being an effective communicator is the most important tool a strength coach can have" (17:31)

October 06, 2020 09:04 PM PDT

This episode of The PBSCCS Podcast is part two of a group discussion on speed training.

Speakers:
-Logan Byman (Pittsburgh Pirates organization)
-Adam Noel (Texas Rangers organization)
-Jordan Brown (Tampa Bay Rays organization)

Questions/topics covered in the episode:
-Continuing education resources
-Acceleration vs. top end speed
-Additional closing thoughts

Quotes:
-"Your goal is to have guys playing at the highest ability everyday" - Logan Byman (17:02)
-"You gotta want to increase your value, and this right here, this is it" - Adam Noel (28:39)
-"Obviously don't start with the most advanced thing possible; just keep it simple" - Jordan Brown (29:20)

If you would like to learn more from the guests on this episode, you can follow them on social media:

Instagram:
@loganbyman - Logan Byman
@coachnoel89 - Adam Noel

Twitter:
@adam_noel89 - Adam Noel
@jordan_b28 - Jordan Brown

September 22, 2020 07:00 PM PDT

This episode of The PBSCCS Podcast is part one of a group discussion on speed training.

Speakers:
-Logan Byman (Pittsburgh Pirates organization)
-Adam Noel (Texas Rangers organization)
-Jordan Brown (Tampa Bay Rays organization)

Questions/topics covered in the episode:
-General discussion on speed training philosophy
-Volume guidelines, drills, and progressions used
-In-season vs. off-season adjustments
-Return-to-Play protocols

Quotes:
-"In-season, you know, it's all about management for those position players" - Jordan Brown (14:11)
-"Don't be a drill collector" - Adam Noel (14:59)
-"This is as close to an on-field sport coach you're ever gonna be as a strength coach" - Logan Byman (55:34)

If you would like to learn more from the guests on this episode, you can follow them on social media:

Instagram:
@loganbyman - Logan Byman
@coachnoel89 - Adam Noel

Twitter:
@adam_noel89 - Adam Noel
@jordan_b28 - Jordan Brown

September 08, 2020 06:10 PM PDT

Kyle Lindsey is in his third year with the Atlanta Braves organization, having served as the strength and conditioning coach for the Danville Braves in 2018 and the Gulf Coast League Braves in 2019. Before joining the Braves, Lindsey was an intern for Texas Christian University (2017-2018) and the University of Alabama at Birmingham (2016-2017) and worked primarily with the schools’ baseball, beach and indoor volleyball programs. He is an alumnus of Auburn University with his bachelor’s degree in psychology (2012) and master’s degree in exercise science (2015) with a specialization in biomechanics and minor in sport management. As a graduate student he assisted faculty and doctoral candidates with their research in sport biomechanics and motor performance. Lindsey is a native of Texas and resides in the Dallas area during the off-season.

Topics covered in this episode:
-His best professional baseball story
-Being named GCL Strength and Conditioning Coach of the Year (2019)
-Paleontology

Quotes:
-"I want my players to see that I'm willing to do what I ask them to do on a daily basis" (11:15)
-"I've always made an effort to get to know my players on a personal level" (13:29)
-"The sooner that you can get experience the better" (20:13)

If you would like to learn more from Kyle, you can follow him on social media:

Instagram:
@kylerobertl

Twitter:
@KyleLindsey

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