Jeff Moyer is the owner and Director of Programming at Dynamic Correspondence (DC) Sports Training in the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, area. Moyer is a 2004 graduate of Hartwick College with degrees in history and education. He is a certified strength and conditioning specialist (C.S.C.S.) with the NSCA, a certified special strength coach through Westside Barbell, and a certified precision nutrition coach. He also spent several years apprenticing with Dr. Michael Yessis and completed a fellowship at EliteFTS. Coach Moyer has worked in private, high school, and collegiate settings, and he was a contributing author for two books on athletic development.
Moyer was a two-sport athlete while at Hartwick (track and football). He has also coached football and basketball at every level from youth to collegiate.
Coach Moyer has a wide variety of expertise, and he talks about his experiences with the 1×20 program, the research and implementation of cueing for skill acquisition, and the use of vision training, among other topics. He gives his thoughts on strength training that will allow for maximal adaptation to sport-specific performance.
In this podcast, Coach Jeff Moyer discusses with Joel:
- His successful use of the 1×20 strength training system with athletes of all levels.
- His philosophy coaching technical changes to athlete movement skills that transfer to sport performance.
- The use of internal and external cues to maximize skill acquisition.
- The differences between the threshold for adaptation compared to recovery.
- How to develop and implement a vision training program to enhance performance.
- His opinions on the main sprinting technique deficiencies in today’s athlete.
Podcast total run time is 1:05:42.
Keywords: 1×20, vision, GHR, sensory information, sprint technique