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New Podcast with Josh Hingst – S&C Coach with the Philadelphia Eagles

March 7th, 2018 • Articles, News, ,
Written by Ellie Spain (@elliespain)
ALTIS Director of Education

With the March Apprentice Coach Program less than a week away, we took the opportunity to sit down with Josh Hingst for the March edition of the Athletigen ACP Podcast. Josh will be presenting on Resilience & Robustness at next week’s ACP event.

As Strength & Conditioning for the Philadelphia Eagles since 2013, Josh has a diverse background. Prior to joining the Jaguars in 2012, Hingst previously spent three years (2009-11) as the Director of Sports Nutrition at Nebraska and also spent the 2008 season with the Atlanta Falcons as the team’s nutritionist.

Josh is set to present on the March edition of the ACP.

Before his stint in Atlanta, Hingst spent five years in Strength and Conditioning and Sports Nutrition capacities at Florida State, where he earned his Master’s Degree in Clinical Nutrition with an emphasis in sports nutrition. A native of Hooper, NE, Hingst received his Bachelor’s Degrees in Nutritional Sciences and Dietetics and exercise science from Nebraska in 2001. He also served as an Assistant Strength and Conditioning coach for the Huskers while enrolled as a student.

This latest podcast with Josh features discussion on:

  • Resilience
  • Robustness
  • Performance Therapy and therapy for Football players
  • The use of technology
  • Variability and mistakes made as a Coach
  • Post Game recovery from a S&C perspective
  • Lifestyle & nutrition strategies, and building a culture of lifestyle excellence
  • Athlete ownership and building resilience

You can download it here or play direct from this site, using the player below:

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