Hudy's Replacement

Posted by: Jayhawk1952

Hudy's Replacement - 09/05/19 12:21 AM

Dr. Ramsey Nijem has been selected as the new men's director of sports performance. Sounds like he has a really good resume. Here is a site to learn a bit more about him: http://robertsontrainingsystems.com/blog/ramsey-nijem-podcast/
Posted by: Jayhawk1952

Re: Hudy's Replacement - 09/07/19 01:15 PM

If you have a lot of time, this pod cast gives a lot of information on Dr. Ramsey Nijem's journey on becoming a strength coach.
I kind of skipped through it as it is so long.

http://www2.kusports.com/weblogs/tale-tait/2019/sep/5/recent-podcast-with-new-ku-strength-coac/
Posted by: PHOGUSHER

Re: Hudy's Replacement - 09/08/19 10:26 AM

What ...no lengthy diatribe about of facet of the new strength coach's life....shocking...
Posted by: Jayhawk1952

Re: Hudy's Replacement - 09/08/19 05:13 PM

Sorry to disappoint you.
Posted by: PHOGUSHER

Re: Hudy's Replacement - 09/08/19 06:16 PM

No...I am thanking you....think McPlowbilly...think..
Posted by: Jayhawk1952

Re: Hudy's Replacement - 09/08/19 06:27 PM

You were perfectly understood. Ever hear of sarcasm?
Posted by: Jayhawk1952

Re: Hudy's Replacement - 09/08/19 06:30 PM

smile grin laugh
Posted by: PHOGUSHER

Re: Hudy's Replacement - 09/08/19 09:42 PM

Dry witted western Kansas plowbillies lack the true ability to spout coherent sarcasm....keep trying though...
Posted by: Jayhawk1952

Re: Hudy's Replacement - 09/09/19 05:47 PM

I can't help it if you have such difficulty understanding coherent sarcasm.
Posted by: PHOGUSHER

Re: Hudy's Replacement - 09/09/19 07:00 PM

I can't help if you cant grasp English syntax...you are a western Kansas buffoon...too afraid to come to real cities or even your praised alma mater...I have seen at least 2-3 games at AFH for the last 7 yrs...my money supports the team...does yours...nope!!!!
Posted by: Jayhawk1952

Re: Hudy's Replacement - 09/09/19 07:28 PM

If it's all about money, no I'm not much of s fan. But
neither are you. When is the last time you dropped 5 million or so into KU's coffers?
Posted by: PHOGUSHER

Re: Hudy's Replacement - 09/09/19 09:17 PM

Oh you claiming you have....cmon old man get some...tired old diatribes from hicks that never support the team in person is weak sauce...no listening to Henni...Max...or the 25 second delay dude Bob Davis over your tube amplified A.M. radio 1922 Motorola dont count....hell I would be willing to buy you a 12AA nosebleed seat in AFH if you are able to make the 320 mile drive in the old Model T...
Posted by: Jayhawk1952

Re: Hudy's Replacement - 09/09/19 11:37 PM

Don't badmouth my Model A! Also, I'm a couple of dollars or so short of the 5 M.
Posted by: PHOGUSHER

Re: Hudy's Replacement - 09/10/19 09:19 AM

Oooops Model A...sorry thought you were a T guy...
Posted by: Jayhawk1952

Re: Hudy's Replacement - 09/10/19 01:31 PM

Parts were getting too expensive and hard to get for the T.
Posted by: Jayhawk1952

Re: Hudy's Replacement - 09/11/19 08:35 AM

Getting back to the topic of this post, according to Garrett, sounds like Nijem is clicking with the basketball boys. He showed up at their Boot Camp with a lot of enthusiasm. Hudy was such an important part of the basketball program, it is highly important that Nijem adds as much, if not more to the program.
Posted by: PHOGUSHER

Re: Hudy's Replacement - 09/11/19 08:59 AM

Why wouldn't he not be heavily involved with Boot Camp...is he not on the payroll yet...
Posted by: Jayhawk1952

Re: Hudy's Replacement - 09/11/19 11:28 AM

Clicking with the guys and getting with the program is entirely different than being on the payroll. Ask most any employer and they'll say the same thing. This is true in sports as well as the business world and even the government. In fact, being on the basketball team doesn't necessarily mean that you're clicking with team or program, for example, some on our own team last year. Everything I've heard about Nijem sounds very good so far. Hope this s-p-e-l-l-s out clearly enough what I was saying.
Posted by: PHOGUSHER

Re: Hudy's Replacement - 09/11/19 12:56 PM

No...I needed another 10000 boring plowbilly words...fact is you know no more than the rest of us about the new strength coach. Will he be as good/worse/better than Hudy only time will tell..
Posted by: 58hawk

Re: Hudy's Replacement - 09/11/19 05:57 PM

S&C is overrated....Just say'in.
Posted by: PHOGUSHER

Re: Hudy's Replacement - 09/11/19 07:34 PM

Strength and conditioning is over rated...thats hilarious sweet cheeks...kisses...
Posted by: Jayhawk1952

Re: Hudy's Replacement - 09/11/19 08:04 PM

Without a good strength & conditioning program in this day and age a team is going to find it tough going to be competitive.
Posted by: PHOGUSHER

Re: Hudy's Replacement - 09/11/19 08:22 PM

So why did 58 post that....I know it is important ya dang plowbilly. But dont bother me on this date I am paying respect to my military brothers and the brave men and women that helped in 9/11...I was installing radars and sonar equipment on the Navy base in Norfolk,Va that morning for Lockheed Martin..something the non servers could never understand...
Posted by: Jayhawk1952

Re: Hudy's Replacement - 09/11/19 11:24 PM

9-11 was a terribly tragic day. Most people can tell you exactly what they were doing that day. I know I can. I have reflected on this horrific day during this day. I salute all first responders, police, firemen, military and even civilians. I think of the men who over came the terrorists on flight 93. That was a terrible tragedy but they surely prevented an even greater tragedy elsewhere. No, I can't place myself in the shoes of any of those who experienced that horror and fully know or understand what they went through. But I can and do have a sense of of it. However, life goes on, even on this day. I do trust that we will never forget, though, I'm afraid that many are and that increases the danger of another attack happening on our shores or in our land.
Posted by: PHOGUSHER

Re: Hudy's Replacement - 09/12/19 01:39 AM

Here here...well said...
Posted by: JimWest

Re: Hudy's Replacement - 09/12/19 04:15 AM

Originally Posted By: Jayhawk1952
9-11 was a terribly tragic day. Most people can tell you exactly what they were doing that day. I know I can. I have reflected on this horrific day during this day. I salute all first responders, police, firemen, military and even civilians. I think of the men who over came the terrorists on flight 93. That was a terrible tragedy but they surely prevented an even greater tragedy elsewhere. No, I can't place myself in the shoes of any of those who experienced that horror and fully know or understand what they went through. But I can and do have a sense of of it. However, life goes on, even on this day. I do trust that we will never forget, though, I'm afraid that many are and that increases the danger of another attack happening on our shores or in our land.


Mourning sickness has never prevented a single attack in the history of the world.
Posted by: Jayhawk1952

Re: Hudy's Replacement - 09/12/19 08:14 AM

Mourning 9-11 is not a sickness and remembering is necessary to keep us alert and to remind those too young to remember to also be alert to the danger of attack.
Posted by: PHOGUSHER

Re: Hudy's Replacement - 09/12/19 10:01 AM

Jimbo is very off base with that comment...its remembrance and honor for the 9/11 victims...not mourning..people that were just going to their jobs not to war...