Unless you live under a rock here in Montreal chances are you follow (whether you intend to or not) the fate of the storied hockey franchise, the Montreal Canadiens.
Here at ET4P head office we are excited to welcome in the head strength and conditioning coach of Les Canadiens, Patrick Delisle-Houde. Patrick started his elite hockey career playing in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League before choosing to study and play at McGill. While captaining the McGill University Redmen, Patrick completed his bachelor degree in Kinesiology and his masters degree in Exercise Physiology receiving awards such as the Guy Lafleur Trophy, 1938 Champion Award, and David L. Montgomery Award. Patrick is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist by the NSCA and certified Corrective Exercise Specialist by the NASM. Patrick has published multiple research journal articles and is still currently involved in sport sciences and performance research. You can follow him on Twitter @DelisleHoude
Key teachings in this podcast:
How body composition is looked at at the pro sport level
Simple but clear direction around muscle gains
What younger athletes can focus on when it comes to body composition.
Exciting news for those looking to evaluate their own body composition. Do not let body fat, muscle mass, and all the measurements trip you up. Starting May 6 here at Eat This for Performance we will set you on a path to master body composition talk for life and use it to your advantage to Map Your Performance Body. Sign up for our FREE professionally guided 5 day challenge by going to go.et4p.com/challenge.