Episode 48:
Pat Basil- Owner, Basil Strength


November 22, 2023

A true legend in the world of Strength and Conditioning. With a decade of experience and a remarkable track record of training 650 athletes across 29 different teams all by himself, our guest today, Pat Basil, is here to share his insights on creating simple and effective S&C programs. Get ready for some game-changing knowledge in the world of fitness and athletic training!

Episode Summary:

Welcome to The Moffitt Method Podcast! In this episode, we have the pleasure of hosting a true expert in the field of Strength and Conditioning, Pat Basil. With a remarkable 10 years of experience under his belt, Pat has a wealth of knowledge to share. 

Throughout his career, Pat has not only honed his expertise but also demonstrated exceptional dedication and efficiency. In an astonishing feat, he managed to train a staggering 650 athletes, spanning across 29 different sports teams, all by himself. 

In this episode, Pat will unveil the secrets to his success in the world of Strength and Conditioning. He’ll provide insights into his approach to program design, emphasizing simplicity and effectiveness. Whether you’re an athlete, a coach, or just someone interested in optimizing your fitness routine, Pat’s wisdom and experience are sure to leave you inspired and armed with the knowledge you need to take your training to the next level.

Tune in as we delve into the world of strength and conditioning with Pat Basil, and discover how his innovative methods can help you achieve your fitness goals.




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The S2 System combines state-of-the-art technology with an in-depth understanding of how athletes brains are wired for the game.  This technology is the only of its kind to accurately measure an athlete’s reactions with millisecond precision. Through our scientifically validated evaluation, athletes gain in-depth knowledge of their cognitive make-up and how it impacts their performance.  Equipped with this blueprint, athletes and coaches can now tailor training and drills to maximize players’ strengths and develop their weaknesses