Guest: Henry Domercant, Windy City Bulls Head CoachIn this week's the Basketball Podcast, Henry Domercant is currently the head coach of the Windy City Bulls in the NBA G League, the development team for the Chicago Bulls of the National Basketball Association.After retiring from playing, Domercant transitioned to coaching. He was hired as an assistant coach for the Maine Red Claws in 2017, and then moved to the Windy City Bulls as an assistant coach in 2018. He was promoted to player development coordinator for the Windy City in 2020. He also held the role of Player Development Coordinator with the Chicago Bulls during the 2020-21 NBA season and also served as an Assistant Coach during the Bulls' NBA Summer League.Domercant joined the coaching ranks after a lengthy playing career overseas, including stints in Turkey, Greece, Russia and Italy, before returning to the United States to play a season with the Idaho Stampede of the NBA Development League. As a player, Domercant found success nearly everywhere he went, winning a combined nine tournament and league championships during his career. Prior to his professional career, Domercant was named the Ohio Valley Conference (OVC) Player of the Year in 2002 and was a three-time First Team All-OVC honoree.He played college basketball for Eastern Illinois, and was an All-EuroLeague Second Team selection. Domercant has had a lengthy playing career overseas, including stints in Turkey, Greece, Russia, and Italy. He played for Pınar Karşıyaka, Efes Pilsen, Olympiacos Piraeus, Dynamo Moscow, Montepaschi Siena, Spartak Saint Petersburg, UNICS Kazan, Galatasaray Liv Hospital, and Idaho Stampede. He won several awards and championships during his playing career, including the Italian League championship twice, the Italian Cup twice, the Italian Supercup twice, the Turkish League championship, and the Russian Cup.Breakdown1:00 - Introduction3:00 - Pregame Meetings and Preparation6:00 - Development Periods9:30 - Scouting Report13:00 - Game Day Walkthrough20:00 - Building Team Cohesion23:00 - Game Adjustments23:46 - 24:59 - Hoopsalytics AD26:00 - Try Some Stuff27:30 - Halftime33:00 - End of Game Scenario34:30 - Elam Ending40:00 - Minutes43:00 - Analytics46:00 - Youth Sports47:00 - ConclusionHenry Domercant's Bio:Bio: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_DomercantWindy City Bulls Twitter: https://twitter.com/windycitybullsBasketball ImmersionWebsite: http://basketballimmersion.com/Twitter: https://twitter.com/bballimmersion?lang=enYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/basketballimmersionFacebook: https://facebook.com/basketballimmersionImmersion Videos:Check out all our all-access practice and specialty clinics: https://www.immersionvideos.com
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Assistant Coach Dave Wortz returned to the Bench for this thicc game hosted by Josh. In it we learned that Bruce Bochy's hat size is 8-1/4 (thus the episode title), that Steve is a good dad name, that Dave DeBusschere's last name shoud be pronounced Début Chéri, that a certain Husky quarterback has "Big Penix energy," that it's pronounced "Garbage," that there was entirely too much How I Met Your Mother slander, and that while Josh may sometimes sound Canadian both Ede (who is Canadian) and Markkus live closer to the border...and the closest border to Dave is Taco Bell. #brucebochy #markbuehrle #husky #thicc #steve #davedebusschere #début #chéri #michaelpenix #garbage #himym #canadian #tacobell https://www.patreon.com/benchwarmerstp https://www.facebook.com/benchwarmerstp https://www.twitter.com/benchwarmerstp https://www.instagram.com/benchwarmerstp/ https://www.teepublic.com/stores/benchwarmers-trivia-podcast
ABOUT THIS EPISODE Seth Gross is an NCAA champion, 2x NCAA finalist, and former World Team Member. He's currently the Assistant Coach at Wisconsin. Enjoy! * PRESENTING SPONSOR This Episode is presented by NCAA Champion Teague Moore's business, The Wrestling Consultant. When should a Sophomore plan on calling and talking to a college wrestling coach? When should a Junior plan their official campus visit? Can they plan an unofficial visit? Does a Senior need to complete NCAA Eligibility Center registration if they have not taken an official visit? The Wrestling Consultant can answer these and many more questions for you. Set up a consultation today!
Coach Steven Asher shares his journey from growing up in Maryland and playing Club Basketball at JMU, to becoming a NCAA DI women's basketball coach at Indiana Purdue Fort Wayne. After graduating from James Madison University he accepted a Graduate Assistant position at the University of Maryland under Coach Mark Turgeon. While at Maryland he was a part of a program that advanced to the Semifinals of the Big Ten Tournament and the Round of 32 in the NCAA Tournament. Coach Asher accepted an Assistant Coach position at Lycoming College (NCAA DIII) and helped them win their conference tournament and advance to the NCAA DIII Tournament. From Lycoming he moved onto Catawba College where he served as an Assistant Coach for Coach Rob Perron. While on staff at Catawba, they advanced to the NCAA Tournament in both 2019 and 2020 while winning the South Atlantic Conference in 2020. Following a successful at Catawba, Coach Asher joined the women's coaching staff at Rice University and aided them to a Women's National Invitational Tournament Championship. Rice finished with a 23-4 record including a 12-2 Conference USA record. In 2021 Coach Asher joined the coaching staff at Indiana Purdue Fort Wayne. **Sponsored by FastModel** Be sure to check out FastModelSports.com and use the promo code "BOXSCORE" for 15% off your purchase. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/beyondtheboxscore/support
Hilltop Hoops Hour: Voice of the Dons Pat Olson is joined by Head Coach Chris Gerlufsen, Arizona State Color Analyst Kyle Dodd, and Assistant Coach Frankie Ferrari ahead of the Dons' trip to Tempe this SundaySee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, Army Offensive Coordinator Justin Ward stops by to talk to Jamie about his lacrosse journey, what he's learned from his mentors, the Principles Based Offense, player development, man-up philosophies, and how he evaluates recruits.
Joey Friedman is a former college and professional catcher. He is a current Assistant Coach at King George High School. Since his playing career ended, he has coached at the youth level, high school level, and collegiate level. Follow Joey on Twitter (@JoeyFriedman5). Please visit https://www.kfbaseballforacure.com/ for information on the Karen Friedman Memorial Baseball Camp For A Cure Follow on Facebook: Facebook.com/baseballforacure IG: @kfbaseballforacure --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mozingobaseball/message
Mike Thibault is an American Basketball coach.He started his career as a scout with the LA Lakers in 1978, eventually becoming an Assistant Coach. He was working with the team in 1980 when they won the NBA championship. He then moved to the Chicago Bulls where he worked as a Director of Scouting and Assistant Coach, and was in the room when the Bulls chose Michael Jordan in the draft. He has gone on to work with the Atlanta Hawks, New York Knicks, Seattle SuperSonics, the Milwaukee Bucks and the Connecticut Sun, as well as being part of the basketball staff for the USA women's team that won the Olympic Gold medal in 2008. He was most recently the Head Coach of the Washington Mystics in the WNBA and led that team to the 2019 championship.This is a master class of an interview and some of the take aways for me were:How honesty is the number attribute that a coach at any level needs. And how as the leader you needed to bring in people to be honest with you.How his time working at the LA Lakers when Magic Johnson and Kareem Abdul Jabbar taught him that its never about you as the coach but instead how well the team work together.How you priority should be getting better at your current job not looking for your next job, and he talks about how he had to learn this early in his career. The importance of emotional control even if it is not something that you are particularly good at.If you would like to send us any feedback or if you know a great coach, who has a unique story to share, then we would love to hear from you, please contact us at email@example.com or contact us through our website thegreatcoachespodcast.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Coach Krysta is joined in this week's episode by fellow nutrition coach and podcaster, Connie Nightingale. Connie is the host of The Fit Farming Food Mom Podcast, is a former bodybuilding competitor, and now a powerlifter. Connie opens up about her journey through extremes when it came to dieting, fat loss, muscle gain, and ultimately finding the elusive balance we're all looking for. In this episode, Krysta and Connie discuss:- The importance of self-care, namely in the way we choose to talk to ourselves- How Connie's son's health issues led her down a path of really exploring the food she put into her body and inspired change in her life- The negatives of bodybuilding -- to dieting protocols, the body dysmorphia- Mindset: the double-edged sword that is going "all in" and battling the all-or-nothing mindset- Connie's journey from bodybuilding into powerliftingFollow Krysta: @thekrystahuber @thefyx.officialpod @thefitnessfyx Prefer Your FYX with video? Check us out on Youtube Follow our newest Assistant Coach, Cait: @caitchelette Apply for 1:1 nutrition coaching with The Fitness FYX: CLICK HERE Follow Connie:Instagram: @conniebegonnieTune in to Connie's Podcast: The Fit Farming Food Mom --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thekrystahuber/message
Washington Offensive Line Coach Scott Huff, Receivers Coach JaMarcus Shephard, and Co-Defensive Coordinator Chuck Morrell talk to the media this week ahead of Friday's Pac-12 Championship Game versus Oregon in Las Vegas To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This Northern Illinois farm girl describes the love story of her and her late husband as the definition of teammates. As parents, as friends, as husband and wife, decisions were made together and support endless and abundant. Listen to this witty lady talk about her fast courtship with the well known and locally revered, Lou Henson. For more than two decades Lou led the University of Illinois Basketball team to countless victories and the Final Four mountain top. All the while Mary took on the majority of the household management and raising four kids, which is often the case with the unsung heroes behind our esteemed coaches. With grace, Mary traveled and moved where Lou needed to go to further his career and increase his impressive coaching credentials. After losses, they would review the tapes together. After wins, celebrations quickly ended to focus on the next game. While refusing to take a job unless the school was integrated or facing adversity right here at the U of I, Mary was and still is Lou's biggest cheerleader. Finally, Mary gives her hot take on the state of this basketball season!Thank you so much for listening! However your podcast host of choice allows, please positively: rate, review, comment and give all the stars! Don't forget to follow, subscribe, share and ring that notification bell so you know when the next episode drops! Also, search and follow hyperlocalscu on all social media. If I forgot anything or you need me, visit my website at HyperLocalsCU.com. Byee.
As Ohio State awaits to find out if it has any chance of making the College Football Playoff, its fan base awaits in limbo alongside of it. In the meantime, Stephen Means, Nathan Baird and Andrew Gillis answer questions from Texters in a rapid-fire episode of Buckeye Talk. Today's questions include: • Grading the performances of Ohio State's assistant coachees • Is Kyle McCord the unchallenged starter in 2024 and should he be? • How should the Buckeyes attack the transfer portal this offseason? Thanks for listening to Buckeye Talk. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Tim, a native of Mulvane Kansas, was the head baseball coach at Hesston College from 2018-2020. Tim was previously at Southern Nazarene University as an Assistant Coach 2012-2018 (Was the Catcher and Outfield coach from 2012-2014. Was then the Pitching Coach and one of the Recruiting Coordinators from 2014-2018). Tim was also the head baseball coach for the OKC Ambassadors in the summer of 2018, during that time they won 3 tournaments and went 32-17. In the Summer of 2017 Tim was the pitching coach for the USA International Athletes In Action College Team that went to Panama and Guatemala with John McLaughlin. Now, Tim oversees the day to day operations of the baseball department as well as traveling with the Alaskan team as General Manager of the Chugiak-Eagle River Chinooks. In this conversation with Chad, Tim talks about: Calling men to be who God called them to be Pleasing others vs trusting God Vulnerability as a coach and much more... ----more---- Chad, Gian, and Jim were all sports coaches at all different levels and institutions. Now, they are joining forces to serve coaches through conversations so they can lead like Jesus. They will have conversations with influential Christian coaches who are making an impact in their teams and communities in the name of Christ. ----more---- Listen to it on your favorite podcast player: https://plinkhq.com/i/1536134061?to=page Follow us on Twitter: www.twitter.com/christcoachpod Follow us on IG: www.instagram.com/christcoachpod ----more---- Buy Chad's book, The Freshman: https://amzn.to/3sFiM6P Buy Gian's book, The Court of Excellence: https://amzn.to/44GthUC Buy Jim's book, Good stuff God stuff: https://amzn.to/3Z6VfrO
Assistant Coach David Fudor returned to the Bench for this Matt Takimoto-hosted game. In it we learned that the Benchwarmers are looking for an apple sponsor (like the Buffalo Bills), that USC is STILL cheating, that the ACC will have to change its name when Cal and Stanford join their conference (All Coastal Conference; All Country Conference; Any College Conference); that Matt's Halftime Show wasn't a Pre & Post Game but was a "squish," that Taylor Swift finally made an appearance (in question form) on the podcast, and that the name Biker Sherlock is misleading. #quarterback #philiprivers #jordanaddison #apple #buffalobills #usc #acc #cal #stanford #squish #taylorswift #bikersherlock https://www.patreon.com/benchwarmerstp https://www.facebook.com/benchwarmerstp https://www.twitter.com/benchwarmerstp https://www.instagram.com/benchwarmerstp/ https://www.teepublic.com/stores/benchwarmers-trivia-podcast
If you want to support this podcast (Ačiū!!):https://www.patreon.com/bmatke Sponsors: www.proballers.com Topics: (0:00) Intro (3:30) Memories as a Player (6:15) Knee Rehabilitation & Support System (17:45) Being Hard to Coach (21:35) Overthinking & Analyzing (26:40) Pablo Laso & Real Madrid Culture (37:20) ProBallers.com Search Tool (42:40) Transition to New Career (47:00) Helping Players Adapt (52:52) Scouting Perspective & Details (57:20) Real's Competitive Practices (1:00:20) Expectation from Assistant Coaches (1:04:30) Correcting Jonas (1:05:10) ATOs NEW SPONSOR: I want to welcome our new and first sponsor of the show, www.proballers.com Every basketball geek knows them, it's a statistical platform that carries the top 75 leagues around the world, you can easily access all the information on your phone, which it's optimized for and have fun scouting players and leagues around the world! "Jonce": Today's guest is Jonas Mačiulis, my long time player at the National Team level who became a good friend after his playing career. Jonas is a high achiever and has countless awards to show for across several countries around Europe. Most notably with Real Madrid in Spain and Panathinaikos in Greece. Jonas won countless domestic titles with Panathinaikos & Real Madrid as well as the Euroleague in 2015 with Madrid. He also prides himself with being a long time National Team player and winning four medals, two silver medals (2013 & 2015) & one bronze medal (2007) in European Championships as well as a bronze medal at the world cup in Turkey (2010). We talked about his road to recovery after tearing his ACL and what made the biggest difference in his support group. Later we went on to talk about the competitive practices at Real Madrid as well as his experience with Pablo Laso. We also covered subjects from his current position with Kedainiai Nevežis and all the lessons he took from being a player that he can apply now, especially in regards to dealing with players and building the club from the ground up. Please enjoy...share, Comment & Like this episode on YouTube as well as all audio platforms! #JonasMaciulis #RealMadrid #Basketball #Panathinaikos #Lithuania #NationalTeam #Executive Finding Jonas Maciulis: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jonasmaciulis8/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/JonasMaciulis8 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jonas.maciulis.56 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonas-ma%C4%8Diulis-aa3130ab/ Finding “The Benas Podcast”: Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-b-podcast/id1558492852?uo=4 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3Bw5UJNSQLKo0wUybEIza3 Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/the-benas-podcast …or visit www.bmatke.com to find more info. Comment, Like & Share here: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bmatke/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bmatke/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/bmatke3 www.bmatke.com
Coach Krysta is joined by Dr. Mike Bruno, owner of Nav Rehab Chiropractic in Brielle, NJ. Dr. Mike is a licensed chiropractor, athletic trainer and movement specialist. Mike prioritizes the long-term health of his clients while keeping them in the driver's seat with your healthcare decisions. Much like The Fitness FYX, Nav Rehab is all about the balance between longevity and empowerment. What stood out to us about Mike's philosophy is how much he encourages his patients to stay active throughout the process of working with him. Mike wants his clients learn how to move in a way that is easy-to-understand, and aims to have them leave with the skills, tools, and confidence to fix future problems on their own. In this episode, Mike and Krysta discuss: - Mike's career path from high school athlete to athletic trainer, and ultimately, chiropractor - Why it's important for your recovery practices, injury prevention, and injury management to mimic the movements you desire to engage in in every day life and your training - How necessary it is to get clear on your goals, especially when you have multiple goals with methods that can compete with one another - The benefit to working with a coach, trainer, chiropractor in order to develop an effective game plan that gets you the results you desire as fast and as efficiently as possible - Why rehab-style exercises should be enjoyable for clients, in order to maintain consistency Apply for 1:1 Coaching with The Fitness FYX: CLICK HERE Follow Krysta: @thekrystahuber @thefyx.officialpod @thefitnessfyx Follow our newest Assistant Coach, Cait: @caitchelette Prefer Your FYX with video? Check us out on Youtube Follow Mike: @navrehabchiropractic Local to Monmouth and Ocean County, NJ? Dr. Mike is based in Brielle, NJ. Visit Mike's website to book a consult about your specific pain, goals, and needs. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thekrystahuber/message
Former NBA assistant coach and director of player development Dave Severns joins the podcast to discuss all things coaching and share many of the lessons he learned during his coaching career. One of the best sharers of the game, Coach Severns is the founder of the online basketball resource Jymratt basketball where he has thousands of notes and information he's collected over the course of his career.Topics discused:- Loyalty, trustworthiness and work ethic - Staff dyanmics- Addressing conflicts with players- Triple threat and permanent pivot feet- Player development must haves- Preparation and coaching confidenceJymratt Basketball Coach Severns player development courses
Cody Hartzler is in his ninth season as an assistant coach at Baldwin Wallace University in 2023-24. Hartzler came to BW after spending two years as an assistant men's basketball coach at Washington and Jefferson (Pa.) College. Prior to W & J, Hartzler served as an assistant men's basketball coach at Bluffton University for two seasons. Coach Hartzler also served as the assistant men's basketball coach for two seasons at the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg. Please enjoy my my conversation about Basketball and Life with Cody Hartzler of Baldwin Wallace University. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/jon-cook0/support
Hobart Offensive Coordinator Stephen Brundage stops by the Phi-Lacrosse-Ophy podcast to talk about his lacrosse journey, offensive concepts, how his philosophies have evolved, and what he looks for in recruits.
Jeremy is from Cascade, Iowa and wrestled for the Cougars. He went on to wrestle at Loras College just down the road in Dubuque. Jeremy didn't quite achieve the accolades on the mat that he hoped. However, he didn't let that hinder his passion for the sport. Jeremy landed as an Assistant Coach at Dubuque Wahlert and helped lead them to a state team title in 2018. His story is a lesson that your wrestling credentials don't determine how successful of a coach you can be. Jeremy now hosts a podcast called Weighin' in with Worm, an extension of the Dubuque Area Sports Podcast where he highlights wrestling in the Dubuque area. Jeremy does a phenomenal job and you can find a link to the show in the show notes! With that being said, please sit back, relax and enjoy, Jeremy Boffeli! Dubuque Area Sports Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/5cNLp0sdmCkMRaIq9gZeZf?si=d254cba8d6374dd8 Let's Talk Wrestling website: https://letstalkwrestlingpodcast.my.canva.site/ --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/lets-talk-wrestling/support
Greg Bucceroni grew up as a tough kid in Philadelphia. The same kid never would have seen his future - to be abused by Penn State's Jerry Sandusky, and involved with a child abuse ring covering three states. A compelling story with details you'll only here on the Opperman Report.Timeline of abuse of Jerry SanduskyHere is a timeline of events in the case against Sandusky, who was found guilty of sexually molesting 10 boys over a 15-year period. Many of the details of abuse come from a grand jury report.1969: Pennsylvania State University hires Sandusky as an assistant football coach under head coach Joe Paterno.1977: Sandusky founds The Second Mile, a charity dedicated to helping troubled children. It is through this charity that Sandusky finds his victims.1994: A boy identified as Victim 7, who is now 26, meets Sandusky through The Second Mile. He later tells a grand jury that he had a “blurry memory” of having improper contact with Sandusky when they were showering together in the football locker room on the Penn State campus.1996 or 1997: A boy identified as Victim 4, now 27, begins a relationship with Sandusky that results in repeated sexual violations, according to the grand jury report.1998: Sandusky showers with a boy identified as Victim 5, now 22, pinning him in a corner, rubbing him and placing the boy's hand on his genitals, according to the grand jury report.1998: Sandusky asks a boy identified as Victim 6, now 24, to shower with him when he is 11, and Sandusky lathers soap on his back and bear-hugs him, according to the grand jury report. The boy tells his mother, who reports it to the university.1998: University police investigate allegations of sexually inappropriate behavior involving Sandusky. No criminal charges are pursued.June 1, 1998: University police interview Sandusky, who admits showering with Victim 6. A detective tells Sandusky never to shower with children again, says the grand jury report.1999: Sandusky retires as defensive coordinator but retains privileges such as access to Penn State athletic facilities.1999: The American Football Coaches Association names Sandusky the major college Assistant Coach of the Year.2000: Sandusky publishes his autobiography “Touched: The Jerry Sandusky Story.”Summer 2000: Sandusky hugs a boy identified as Victim 3 in the shower after workouts and touches his genitals when the boy sleeps at Sandusky's house, according to grand jury testimony.Fall 2000: A janitor sees Sandusky in the showers performing oral sex on a young boy identified as Victim 8. The janitor tells co-workers and his supervisor, but the incident is not reported to authorities at the time.February 2001: A graduate assistant, later identified as Mike McQueary, reports seeing Sandusky rape a boy of about 10 years old in the shower of the campus football locker room.2004 to 2008: A boy identified as Victim 9 was forced to perform oral sex on Sandusky repeatedly in the basement bedroom of Sandusky's home, and Sandusky attempted to rape him at least 16 times, according to the grand jury report.Fall 2007: A boy identified as Victim 10 said Sandusky pulled down his gym shorts and performed oral sex on him in the basement bedroom of Sandusky's home. Sandusky also has the boy perform oral sex on him.2007 and 2008: A boy identified as Victim 1 says Sandusky performed oral sex on him more than 20 times when he was 13 or 14 years old, according to grand jury testimony.2009: Sandusky is barred from a school district attended by Victim 1 after the boy's mother reports allegations of sexual assault to the school, according to the grand jury. The matter is reported to authorities, triggering an investigation by Pennsylvania State Police and the Attorney General's Office.September 2010: Sandusky retires from The Second Mile.November 5, 2011: A Centre County grand jury charges Sandusky with 40 counts of molesting eight boys from 1994 to 2009. Sandusky is arrested and released on a $100,000 bond.November 6, 2011: Paterno issues a statement in which he acknowledges being told by McQueary in 2002 of the incident in the shower but that “he at no time related to me the very specific actions contained in the grand jury report.”November 9, 2011: Paterno announces he will retire at the end of the football season. The university board of trustees fires Paterno and university President Graham Spanier.November 18, 2011: One of Paterno's sons says the ousted coach has been diagnosed with a treatable form of lung cancer.November 30, 2011: A new accuser files the first lawsuit against Sandusky, The Second Mile and Penn State. The 29-year-old man says Sandusky sexually abused him more than 100 times.December 7, 2011: Pennsylvania Attorney General's office and state police charge Sandusky with a further 12 counts of abusing two more boys. Sandusky is arrested again.December 8, 2011: Sandusky posts bail. His wife issues a statement saying the allegations are “absolutely untrue.”January 22, 2012: Paterno, 85, dies of lung cancer.May 25, 2012: The Second Mile announces plans to close and shift $2.5 million in assets to a Texas charity.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/1198501/advertisement
Today we're sitting down with new Pitching Coordinator Matt Hartshorn. This guy shows up with a plethora of knowledge on pitching, assessing and movement.Topics Include:Rib cage positioning and rotationBack leg mechanical optionsIndividualized core work based off of architectureMost recently, Matt worked for Cressey Sports Performance in Palm Beach Gardens, FL as a Pitching Development and Strength Coach. Previously, he worked for the Trenton Thunder of the MLB Draft League as a Data Analyst and Player Personnel / Scout Liaison.Matt attended Rider University receiving a bachelors degree in Business Analytics and Sports Management. He played collegiate baseball at Rider from 2019-2021. After graduation in 2021, he was Director of Baseball Analytics and an Assistant Coach for the 2022 and 2023 seasons. Ready to take your game to the next level? With our holistic and data-driven approach, experienced coaches, and cutting-edge technology, RPP Baseball takes the guesswork out of player development. Twitter https://twitter.com/RPP_Baseball/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/RPP_Baseball/ Call us at 201-308-3363 Email us at rpp@RocklandPeakPerformance.com Website ...
This one is for the Cougars of Washington State! Got a great episode here as we sat down with Cougs Assistant Coach, Jeremy Harden. We talk everything from his multiple stops at the JUCO level to his time at Boise State and now in Pullman. Simply put, the guy knows ball. He takes us behind the curtain about his coaching journey and sheds some light on what we can expect with Wazzu this upcoming season. What's their identity? Who are some players to watch? And of course we get a description of the head man, Kyle Smith. Of course I had to ask him about fouling up 3 and he shares a wild story about a particular Boise State game back in 2015. We also hit our regular segments while introducing some new ones. Thanks to Jeremy for jumping on! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Zone with Jason Anderson & Joshua Brisco hear from Dave Toub, Steve Spagnuolo, Matt Nagy and positional coaches at the podium today as the Chiefs prepare for the Eagles.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Madison Crews talks all things Peach Belt Conference as the Columbus State women's team and Clayton State men's team are heading to the NCAA Division ll Tournament this week! Guests include:Jay Entlich, Columbus State's Head CoachJoel Mcilroy, Assistant Coach for Clayton StateGiovanni Rios, all-time leading scorer for Clayton StateJohn Michael Torres, Peach Belt tournament MVPJessica Charman, Clayton State legend and commentator
In this episode of we have the privilege of conversing with Turner Givens, whose extensive baseball background and unique blend of experiences have positioned him as a true expert in the field of player development. Turner, currently serving as a Performance Coordinator at Tread Athletics, brings with him the prestige of being a former National Champion in 2018, as well as a wealth of knowledge gained from his roles as an Assistant Coach at the University of Dallas and the University of Texas at Tyler. Throughout our conversation, we'll trace Turner's journey from his early days as a player to his current role, explore his knack for solving movement-related challenges with creative solutions, and dive into the dynamic realm of pitch analytics and design. Plus, we'll keep the conversation open for Turner to share his personal thoughts and insights on various aspects of the game, making this episode a must-listen for anyone passionate about the art and science of baseball. Timestamps: **The overall progression to being a performance coordinator (00:02:41)** Turner Givens discusses his journey from being a volunteer assistant coach to becoming a performance coordinator at Tread Athletics. **The start of Turner Givens' interest in data-driven player development (00:04:15)** Givens talks about how he got into data-driven player development and his early experiences with tools like Rapsodo and Modus. **Transitioning to a new job at Tread Athletics (00:07:12)** Givens shares his decision to move to Triad Athletics and his excitement about learning from the people there and being in a high-paced environment. **The grind of being a volunteer or grad assistant (00:09:57)** Discussion on the challenges and dedication required for individuals in these roles, using a specific example. **The daily schedule and responsibilities of a college coach (00:11:44)** Explanation of the various tasks and time commitments involved in coaching at the college level. **Building relationships with athletes and developing coaching skills (00:14:24)** Conversation about the process of building relationships with athletes and becoming an effective coach, including personal experiences and learning from others. **The mindset of a big leaguer (00:24:35)** Discussion on the intense focus and competitiveness of big leaguers during bullpen sessions. **Developing a resilient mindset (00:25:35)** Exploring the importance of mindset and confidence for a Triple-A player dealing with inconsistent playing time. **Adding a cutter to improve performance (00:27:28)** The successful addition of a cutter pitch to a player's arsenal, resulting in improved performance and velocity. **The cutter as a game-changer (00:28:32)** Discussion about a pitcher's career year after adding a cutter pitch and the impact it had on his performance and confidence. **The mental benefits of adding a pitch (00:29:34)** Exploration of how adding a new pitch can not only improve performance but also boost a pitcher's confidence and mindset. **The importance of finding one little outlier (00:30:00)** An example of how adding a cutter pitch transformed a pitcher's arsenal and made him more effective in specific counts. **Connecting the Dots and Building Relationships (00:37:12)** **Setting Boundaries and Saying No (00:38:09)** **Pitch Analytics and Arsenal Building (00:41:48)** **Pitch Design and Confidence (00:46:49)** **Backwards Chaining in Pitch Design (00:47:40)** **Changing Coaching Approach in Different Seasons (00:49:28)** **Teaching Price (00:56:05)** Discussion on the challenges of learning and teaching Price, particularly in remote settings. **Breathing Patterns and Exercise Goals (00:56:54)** Exploration of the importance of understanding breathing patterns and exercise goals in relation to the body's limitations and compensations. **Efficiency of Correctives (00:59:37)** Debate on the necessity and extent of correctives, emphasizing the need for simplicity and focusing on specific adaptations. **The Outlier Guys (01:05:08)** Discussion about finding value in pitchers who may not throw hard but have unique pitching styles. **The Challenges of Posting Content (01:05:49)** Talking about the difficulties of consistently creating quality content and avoiding burnout. **Appreciation for the Interview (01:06:39)**
In this special edition episode, you will hear another panel session from this past summer's Christians Working in Sports (CWS) Conference. This panel covers the topic of navigating trials within the college and pro sport industry. The panel was hosted by the Director of Media at Sports Spectrum, Jason Romano, and featured four faith and sport heavyweights who shared their insights on the topic: Tom Crean, former college basketball Head Coach at Marquette, Indiana, and Georgia; Laura Halldorson, former Head Coach of Minnesota's Women's Hockey team and 15-year staff member with the Golden Gopher Fund; Ryan Saunders, Assistant Coach with the Denver Nuggets; and Jonathan Isaac, Forward with the Orlando Magic and author of the book Why I Stand.Click here to register or learn more about the 2024 CWS Conference, or click here to learn more about Uncommon Sports Group.
Anyone can TRY to lose weight and change their physique, but not everyone really makes an effort. In this solo episode, Coach Krysta breaks down the difference between WILL power and DO power. In a conversation with The Fitness FYX 1:1 coaching clients, The FYX community discusses: - Why will power isn't "enough" to actually change your lifestyle - How we define 'DO power' --aka actually following through and executing - Why DO power is required in making changes to your lifestyle that will help you lose body fat, and more importantly, keep it off. - How both DO power and will power are stronger inside of a community of aligned people, all working toward common goals and supporting one another The holiday season is upon us and it's ALWAYS a busy one. Give yourself the gift of the faster route (a coach and a program with a real plan you can follow no matter what life throws your way) by applying for our biggest Black Friday special ever: 6 Months of FREE 1:1 Coaching. It's your FINAL chance to enter before we select our winner on Friday, 11/17/23. Plus 10 additional winners will be eligible for up to $500 in credits toward 1:1 coaching. All in, we're giving away more thant $8k worth of coaching services. Follow Krysta: @thekrystahuber @thefyx.officialpod @thefitnessfyx Follow our newest Assistant Coach, Cait: @caitchelette Prefer Your FYX with video? Check us out on Youtube Apply for 6 MONTHS FREE COACHING with The Fitness FYX: CLICK HERE --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thekrystahuber/message
Jamal and Khalid talk to Denver #Nuggets Assistant Coach & 11-year NBA vet, Popeye Jones, about winning an #NBA championship, coaching #NikolaJokic, his journey as a player and coach, his two sons in the #NHL & more.
Ben Criddle talks BYU sports every weekday from 3 to 7 pm.Today's Co-Hosts: Ben Criddle (@criddlebenjamin)Subscribe to the Cougar Sports with Ben Criddle podcast:Apple Podcastshttps://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddle/id99676
Ben Criddle talks BYU sports every weekday from 3 to 7 pm.Today's Co-Hosts: Ben Criddle (@criddlebenjamin)Subscribe to the Cougar Sports with Ben Criddle podcast:Apple Podcastshttps://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddle/id99676
Colgate Assistant Coach and Offensive Coordinator Colin Munro stops by the podcast to chat with Jamie, who also happens to be his dad and former coach! They take a deep dive into Colin's lacrosse journey, especially his background in box lacrosse, and how that has shaped him into the coach he is today.
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The San Francisco Giants finally announced their new coaching staff under new manager Bob Melvin tonight. At least most of it, anyway. The big ticket additions: Ryan Christenson will be Melvin's bench coach, leaving former bench coach and interim manager Kai Correa's status in question. Matt Williams returns to the Giants and will be the third base coach, which pushes Mark Hallberg from third base to first base. This leaves Antoan Richardson's status in question. And finally, Pat "The Bat" Burrell joins the SF Giants' staff as co-hitting coach with Justin Viele. Viele's retention comes as somewhat of a surprise after two straight lackluster offensive seasons from the Giants under his leadership, ever since Donnie Ecker departed for the Texas Rangers. Pedro Guererro also returns as an assistant hitting coach. On the pitching side, things are far less certain. Director of Pitching Brian Bannister has already departed for the White Sox. Pitching coach Andrew Bailey's status is uncertain. All we know is that J.P. Martinez will return as an assistant pitching coach. What about important holdovers from Gabe Kapler's staff like Alyssa Nakken? Fortunately, Nakken will return for her fifth season as an Assistant Coach with the Giants. She been a popular figure in the dugout since her arrival, and she will forever be the first in-uniform female coach in MLB history. Taira Uematsu will also return as an Assistant Coach. Sadly, popular coach Craig Albernaz officially left the organization to join new Guardians manager Stephen Vogt's first-ever staff. Find and follow Locked On Giants on your favorite podcast platforms:
Todays guest is Skye Ettin, Assistant MBB Coach at UC Santa Barbara. Skye grew up in Princeton, NJ, where we first met as opponents in high school! He then played collegiately at The College of New Jersey where he was a three-year captain. After graduating he joined the staff at Princeton University as the Director of Basketball Operations but didn't take long for him to be named an assistant coach, a role he has filled the previous 6 seasons! He's garnered many accolades over that time span, including being named an NABC 30 under 30 honoree and one of the 50 most impactful mid major assistants in the country by Silver Waves Media. He capped off the Princeton chapter with an unbelievable run to the Sweet 16 in the 2023 NCAA tournament. Skye is now in his first season as an Assistant Coach at UC Santa Barbara. Today we talked about…. Growing up in Princeton, NJ The recruiting path and early adversity The differences between d3 and d1 players Why his coaching perspective started in college His career at TCNJ and the transition after The Sweet Sixteen Run with Princeton His new chapter at UC Santa Barbara The importance of an international roster Where you should play if you want to be seen How to build relationships in the industry and much more Appreciate you tuning in. Hope you enjoy! https://www.kevintarca.com/
Welcome to "Fluent & Chill," the weekly live show that brings you the coolest takes on both the NBA and NFL! If you're a sports fanatic who loves the fast-paced action of the NBA and the bone-crushing hits of the NFL, you've just found your sweet spot. Join us every Thursday for a laid-back yet insightful live experience that covers all the excitement and drama of two of the biggest leagues in sports.
Tricia Taliaferro, has almost 30 years of experience, including at the national team, collegiate, and competitive youth soccer levels. Taliaferro has an impressive background as a Head Coach for the U.S. Soccer U16 girls National Team, Assistant Coach for the U.S. Soccer U17 Women's National Team at the FIFA World Cup in 2012 and 2016. Tricia was the women's Head Coach at the University of Illinois and the University of Miami for over 13 years. She currently oversees the ECNL Girls program at Tampa Bay United and is Head Coach of the club's USL W Team. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/soccerlifegoals/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/soccerlifegoals/support
How many more times are you going to wait until the beginning of the year to start again? For that matter, how many more times do you really WANT to start again? Why not make this MONTH--the last 8 weeks specifically--your chance to stop starting over? You have the power to make the choice and do exactly that. And in this episode, Coach Krysta walks you through why you're better off starting today, starting when it seems hard, and your first step in actually making it happen. Step 1 is applying for coaching with The Fitness FYX. And, we're launching our biggest Black Friday special ever for 1:1 nutrition and fitness coaching to nudge you in the right direction. The holiday season is upon us and it's ALWAYS a busy one. Give yourself the gift of the faster route (a coach and a program with a real plan you can follow no matter what life throws your way) by applying for our biggest Black Friday special ever: 6 Months of FREE 1:1 Coaching. Plus 10 additional winners will be eligible for up to $500 in credits toward 1:1 coaching. All in, we're giving away more thant $8k worth of coaching services. Follow Krysta: @thekrystahuber @thefyx.officialpod @thefitnessfyx Follow our newest Assistant Coach, Cait: @caitchelette Prefer Your FYX with video? Check us out on Youtube Apply for 6 MONTHS FREE COACHING with The Fitness FYX: CLICK HERE --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thekrystahuber/message
Travel Issues Opening Takes Where does Dobbs Fall in Rankings? Failed Assistant Coaches under Belichicks Tree Levis over Tanny McDaniels Drama Stroud is Him Ballers & Bums Parlay to Poverty
Assistant Coach Adrian Bias and Equipment Manager Joe O'Brien returned to the Bench for this Walling-hosted game. In it, we learned that Walling and Joe were both suffering from jet lag from recent European trips, that Joe couldn't get Jonathan Cheechoo out of his head, that there should be a penalty box for BTP players (e.g., two minutes for skimming), that David could only get the rhythm of a player's name and not the name itself (it wasn't Wu-Tang Clan), and that Joe had two "misplaced feel bads" (ask David). Oh yeah, and archbishop Desmond Tutu got a shout-out during the episode. #flamingthumbtacks #tombrunansky #thewire #jetlag #europe #jonathancheechoo #penaltybox #rhythmofhisname #misplacedfeelbad #desmondtutu https://www.patreon.com/benchwarmerstp https://www.facebook.com/benchwarmerstp https://www.twitter.com/benchwarmerstp https://www.instagram.com/benchwarmerstp/ https://www.teepublic.com/stores/benchwarmers-trivia-podcast
Boston University Assistant Coach and PLL Chaos defenseman Jack Rowlett joins the Phi-Lacrosse-ophy podcast to talk about his lacrosse journey, defensive philosophies, and more!
Want to become more heart-centered? There's a new playbook in town! Deb has released her first book The Heart-Centered Leadership Playbook: How to Master the Art of Heart in Life & Leadership. Get your copy now here on our official Amazon link!Claudio Reilsono is the General Manager/Professional baseball scout with the Global Scouting Bureau (2001) as well as the Head baseball Coach at Carnegie Mellon University( 2005). Claudio started his career in 1983 at the age of 18 as the Assistant Baseball Coach at his Alma Matter Quaker Valley. In 1988 Reilsono was named Head Coach at QV. He moved on to be the Assistant Coach at Penn State Beaver in 1989. In 1990 he was named Head Coach at Penn State Beaver and his team won a Collegiate Championship. Claudio was also Head baseball coach at Community College of Beaver County, Assistant Head coach at Quigley Catholic High School, and assistant coach at DI Duquesne University In 2005 Claudio was named Head Coach at Carnegie Mellon University, and under his tenure, the team has had its most successful seasons including 2 consecutive Conference Championships in 2015 & 2016. Reilsono is the All Time Leader in Baseball Wins at CMU. As a Professional Scout, Claudio has assisted in professional player signings all over the world and was named General Manager of the Global Scouting Bureau in 2002. Claudio is also a Professional Hitting Instructor, conducts his own Hitting camps in several States, produced a Hitting video in 2003, and is a hired instructor at many baseball camps. Claudio Hosts, Produces & writes for TV show, “ The Boxing Authorities” which is aired on the WBC 24/7 Channel--” ChannelBox (Vive TV Global Network.). He is also the Host of “ The Claudio Reilsono Show” ( Podcast Show-claudioreilsono.com) where he interviews sports legends and talks sports with friends. He recently was brought in to be the host of “ The PABCA Podcast” ( The Pennsylvania Basketball Coaches Podcast-www.pabca.org) and co-host of “ Steelers Pre-Snap” Show. In February of 2023, Claudio began co-hosting “ Italian Impact Weekly”(WKHB Radio Pittsburgh) In July 2023, “ Talking Business and Life with Claudio Reilsono & Steve Mancini”. He also serves as a color commentator in both baseball & boxing events. Served as a radio analyst for a Major League Baseball Post Season Show on WMBA Radio in 2001 & 2002. Reilsono has also been a writer for Boxing publications such as RealBoxing.com ( RI/ Mass.) Sports Review Magazine ( RI/Mass.) Kids Sports Magazine (Pittsburgh) & Pittsburgh Sports Report and presently “ My Time Sports Magazine out of Louisiana. From 2010-11 he was a co-owner of the MMA Promotion Company Paramount Fighting. In 2019 Worked in the Front Office for the American Boxing Federation ( ABF), and in 2017 was named VP of Lalonde Boxing Management ( LBM-Owned by Former Boxing Champion, Donny Lalonde) Claudio also started his own company, “ Claudio Reilsono Enterprises” which has under its umbrella, Reilsono Baseball training, Impact Speaking (Motivational), Film, Podcast, and TV projects, Celebrity Placement, Reilsono Executive Coaching co. & Reilsono Landscaping and co-owner of “ Empire Media Ventures” A company that produces and creates media projects. In 2023 Claudio will join a partnership with Athlete Marketers Co. as well as Streakers Gaming. In 2011 Claudio was voted into the Carnegie Mellon University Baseball Hall of Fame and was awarded the “ Willie Stargell MVP Lifetime Achievement Award”. 2014 was voted into the “ Steel City Sports” Hall of Fame and in 2016 was named “ Italian Coach of the Year” By the National Italian American Sports Hall of Fame ( Pittsburgh Chapter) Claudio is also invited to participate in many Celebrity Golf outings and other events. A Documentary is in development about Claudio's life & career. His story has been included in 3 books including a book written by Former Philadelphia Eagle & Subject of the Movie “ Invincible” Vince Papale “ Be Invincible” in the fall of 2020 Claudio's new Book, “ Lead from the Heart Up, Not the Neck Up” was released and published by John Melvin Publishing Co. Claudio's parents were both born in Italy. Father Olindo, Falerna, and Mother Ida, Nocera He is married to Lynda ( 25 years) and they have one daughter who recently Graduated from the University of Pittsburgh. Connect with Claudio at:* www.claudioreilsono.com* https://twitter.com/claudioreilsono* https://www.linkedin.com/in/claudio-reilsono-89a3b86/* https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100011325400079* https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3lqBCr74A0An7dSUePWaJQ This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit debcrowe.substack.com
From 'The Daily Score' (subscribe here): Mark Grote recaps a wild day at Halas Hall, including the Bears firing running backs coach David Walker and the organization working on a contract extension with newly-acquired pass rusher Montez Sweat, whom Washington traded to Chicago in exchange for a second-round pick Tuesday. Grote also shares what cornerback Jaylon Johnson told reporters regarding his stalled contract extension talks with the Bears and his subsequent trade request. Johnson has coveted a long-term future with the Bears, but given the state of the negotiations, he saw the trade request as the best option for him personally. He also believed it would mark the end of his time in Chicago. Instead, a trade never came to fruition, so Johnson was back at Halas Hall on Wednesday still wondering about his contract future. Plus, Grote shares general manager Ryan Poles' praise of coach Matt Eberflus amid the Bears' turbulent season. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In the second hour, Dan Bernstein and Leila Rahimi were joined by Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk to discuss the Bears abruptly firing running backs coach David Walker, whose conduct failed to live up to their standard as an organization, head coach Matt Eberflus said. Walker is the second assistant coach to suddenly depart the Bears this season. Defensive coordinator Alan Williams abruptly resigned in September. Florio also discussed the Raiders firing coach Josh McDaniels and more of the latest NFL storylines. Adam Hoge of CHGO then joined the show to discuss the Bears firing Walker, Chicago's acquisition of edge rusher Montez Sweat from Washington and whether the move could signal job security for Eberflus.