Michael Silbernagel – Creating a Weight Room Culture from Scratch – Episode 21

When Michael Silbernagel took over as the director of strength and conditioning at the University of Mary, he had little to use as a foundation for establishing a winning culture. In this episode, he shares some of the misconceptions he had about starting from scratch, and how his approach had to evolve to arrive where Marauder Strength is now.

Three Cycle Strength Episode Rundown: Michael Silbernagel

What You Need to Know about Napoleon, ND: 3:41
Giving Back through the NSCA: 7:12
What Square One Looks Like: 10:00
The Reality of What Culture Is: 14:40
Methods Behind the Mantras: 17:59
Building Belief through Unity: 20:28
Setting a Standard and Grading on that Alone: 24:15
Giving Athlete Leadership the Reins: 30:32
Unity Starts with Coaching Staff Unity: 35:02
Principles Over Philosophies: 37:38
Training 3-D: 40:38
Strength Stories: 42:31
Tools of the Trade: 45:25
Food for Thought: 47:35
Killer Grams: 50:09

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Audio Podcast: Michael Silbernagel

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