We're back in Arkansas and we have a really cool guest - Julie Kelly who is the Office Manager for the Athletic Department at the Fayetteville Public School System. Anyone who has been around the world of athletics knows how important a good office manager and administrative assistant is the success of a program and Julie is truly exceptional! She is also an aspiring Athletic Director and today she shares her story along with some Best Practices on this episode of The Educational AD Podcast! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/support
The one-week sale of an exclusive Firebaugh Eagles hoodie on the Buffalo Bills website has raised nearly $100k for the local high school thanks to alum Josh Allen. Casey Jones, Athletic Director at Firebaugh High School joins the show to discuss. Aboard a Blue Origin spaceship blasting off from West Texas, actor William Shatner becomes the oldest person to enter space at 90 years old. Over the next 2.5 years, the Food and Drug Administration aims to reduce Americans' consumption of sodium by 12%. A moment on dating and tacos. "Squid Game" is the new hot Halloween outfit. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's time for another TEAM BUILDING TIP from John Sgromolo who is the Clay County District Athletic Director here in NE Florida. Every week, John shares another nugget of wisdom for AD's, Coaches, and Leaders on the New Educational AD Podcast! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/support
This is the first in a series of BONUS episodes with Iowa's District AD of the Year winners for the 2021-2022 school year. Ken is the Athletic Director at St. Albert High School in Council Bluffs, IA and was recently named the SWI AD of the Year. Take a listen as Todd talks through our four questions with Ken Schreiber. BTB is proud to have HomeTown Ticketing (@hometowntix) as a sponsor of the podcast. Check out their website at www.hometownticketing.com. Follow them on their social media sites: Twitter: @hometowntix... Facebook: @hometownticketing...Instagram: hometownticketing BTB is also happy to have Gipper (@gogipper) as a sponsor of our podcast. Visit them on Twitter or at www.gogipper.com for a great custom graphics solution. BTB also thanks Varsity Bound (@varsityboundhq) for their support of Beyond the Bench, as well as, AD's and Athletic Departments across the state of Iowa. Thank You also to Superfan, Inc. (@superfaninc) for their sponsorship of Beyond the Bench. You can visit them at www.superfaninc.com. Thank You to Jamy Bechler (@coachbechler) for his sponsorship of Beyond the Bench. Find out more about Jamy and The Leadership Playbook at theleadershipplaybook.com. Thank You to GOAT Fundraising (@goatfundraising) for their support and being a sponsor of the BTB Podcast. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/todd-gordon4/message
This week, our Pastoral Intern, Samba Johnson brings a message of encouragement from Judges Chapter 4. Samba is the Head Basketball Coach and Athletic Director at East Hill Christian School. We hope this resource is a blessing to you. For more information about The Point Church, visit us online at www.tothepoint.church. Obey God's Will for Your Life Have Deborah-like Courage Be Obedient to God's Word
Today we head to Mint Hill, North Carolina to visit with a "Friend of the Show," Steve Robinson, CMAA who is the Athletic Director at Rocky River High School. Steve took a very interesting path to becoming the AD at Rocky River and he has done some really cool things with his program. He shares his story, along with some Best Practices on this episode of The Educational AD Podcast! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/support
Ridgefield Tiger Talk is back for its third season! Today we talk to Dane Street, Ridgefield High School's Athletic Director about this year's sports Covid protocols, the work being done at Tiger Hollow/Scotts Ridge's Field, a fall sports update, and some future projects that are currently being worked on. Thanks for listening!
Hey Huskies Fans! Welcome to the new Huskies Game Prep Podcast! Here we will recap you on anything you missed over the previous weekend, get you ready for all the action coming up, tell you the exclusive stories from around the Athletic community and interview some of your favorite athletes and coaches! For our sixth edition, we welcome in SCSU Athletic Director, Heather Weems. Sit back, crank it up and enjoy!
This week TJ and Sam interview Ryan Dyer, Athletic Director and Assistant Principal at North Pauling High School. They discuss how to build relationships, best practices in leadership, and potential blind spots you may be missing with parents and admins. As a former coach, Ryan shares some best practices on both sides that can ensure you start this season off on the right track.
Tom Holmoe, athletics director at BYU, joined DJ & PK Monday morning to weigh in on BYU football's 5-0 start, the preparations to move to the Big 12 and why he supports to the National Football Foundation.
Chad Lewis, former BYU and Philadelphia Eagles tight end & current BYU associate athletic director, joined DJ & PK Monday to talk about the BYU football program and how he sees the team sitting at 5-0 and ranked No. 10 in the country.
Mike Roberts, Assistant Headmaster and Athletic Director at Hillsdale Academy, joins host Scot Bertram to talk about the philosophy of a healthy athletic program, how to help students balance classroom work and athletics work, and generating local community support for athletes and games.
In this episode you will hear an interview I did with Dave Schabell, voice of the Bishop Brossart High School Mustangs in Alexandria, KY. The interview was conducted and recorded during halftime of the Football game on Friday, September 4th. We remember tough times in 2014 when I was named Athletic Director to the high school and had to make difficult decisions about the football program along with the new principal. In this interview, I share about having faith in people and faith in God through a difficult process. I hope you enjoy. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cttt/message
Bernard Muir is entering his 10th season as the Director of Athletics at Stanford University. Stanford has one of the best programs and departments in the country. During Bernard's tenure, he has seen 25 NCAA Championships and 34 national titles. He also has been involved with the Learfield IMG College Director's Cup, which recognizes the best athletic department in the country. Stanford has won it 7 times. In this episode, we discuss what's different about being an Athletic Director today than what Bernard imagined it would be like as a kid (6:53), why he was drawn to being an AD from a young age (8:35), what drew him to basketball (10:36), if people thought he was too serious when he was younger (13:12), where his belief in himself to dream big and be proactive came from (14:52), what he's learned from loss (17:02), Jamaican culture (20:35), how he thinks about his kids as a father when it comes to academics, athletics, and striving for excellence (23:21), if it's a blessing or a curse to know what you want to do with your life at a young age (25:01), what he's most curious about as the Stanford AD (27:33), how he leverages the university so that his student athletes at Stanford can thrive (29:27), how he thinks about greatness (32:06), what qualities he looks for when hiring people (33:16), if he notices anything in particular when he makes a mistake in hiring someone (34:55), advice for when you have to fire someone (36:01), who he serves and how he serves so many people (38:19), how he says yes and no to things (41:19), what he's most passionate about in the role he's in (43:09), Katie Ledecky (45:21), how he helps athletes think about their identities as athletes and beyond the sport (51:15), what he does to make sure he's healthy, good, and well so that he's best able to serve others (53:22), the business side of collegiate sports (55:41), how he's gotten through a strenuous and eventful last 18 months (1:00:23), and how he thinks about leadership and developing leaders (1:04:12). You can check out Bernard on Twitter @Stanford_AD. Thank you so much to Bernard for coming on the podcast! I wrote a book called “Shift Your Mind” that was released in October of 2020, and you can order it on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. Additionally, I have launched a company called Strong Skills, and I encourage you to check out our new website https://www.strongskills.co/. If you liked this episode and/or any others, please follow me on Twitter: @brianlevenson or Instagram: @Intentional_Performers. Thanks for listening. -Brian
This week, we welcome Kentucky's Mitch Barnhart to the show. After 20 years as UK's Athletic Director, Mitch has produced one of the largest leadership trees with more than six former associates now holding Division 1 athletic director positions. In this episode, Mitch shares his passion for equipping people to launch people and guiding his organization with a true servant heart and integrity. -----Show Notes3:25 Countering Today's Labor Staffing Challenges - The Kentucky “Blue Coats” 7:41 Right-Sizing Your Venues10:03 Diversifying Your Fan Base11:41 Navigating the Changing College Landscape17:00 Find the Balance19:10 Most Impactful Leader & Leadership Styles22:11 Creating a Growth Mindset Culture26:49 Equip People to Launch People31:19 Foundational Leadership Moments39:21 Generational Leadership43:18 Challenges of Reactionary Decision Making46:59 Importance of Family First52:34 Show Appreciation for Your Staff 54:25 Mitch's Billboard-----Connect with Mitch via email or follow him on TwitterToday's episode was sponsored by CheckdIn. Delivering training digitally to better equip your staff for game day.Want more from EngageMint? Subscribe to our newsletter
Orange Bowl BoysS4 E8: Who Is Patsy Flinn?Show NotesWhile we previewed Saturday's game vs Central Connecticut State, we focused our attention on what the fanbase has been discussing this week…How long will Blake James be the Athletic Director and how long with Manny Diaz be the Head Coach. These are spicey times at The University of Miami and these next few months will go along way to determining where this program goes over the next decade. Are we optimistic? Download and find out!We did our picks but blew off the Power Poll because its depressing lolYou can find us on all social platforms under the handle: @orangebowlboysSponsors: Ed Morse Automotive Group, BeatinTheBookie.com & CaneswearOrange Bowl Boys are owned and produced by OBB Media Inc. You can visit us online at www.obbmediainc.com. Copyright 2021.
Katrina Campbell, Assistant Athletic Director for Equipment for North Carolina A&T State University, is incredible and will leave you feeling inspired. Katrina is one of my coaching clients and when we finish our strategy sessions she leaves me feeling inspired! I know you will feel the same way after listening to her story. Listen in as Katrina shares: Why she chooses to go into the Air Force What strategies she used to make sure her skills from the military were transferrable Why she didn't slow down after being diagnosed with breast cancer Why she focuses on what she can do and not what can't do How she pushed herself to keep going after suffering personal tragedy and loss Why and how she pours into her student-athletes Connect with Jahaan: Learn more about working with Jahaan and see if it's the right fit for you: https://JahaanBlakeAppointmentScheduling.as.me/LetsTalk Join Jahaan's VIP Email List: https://bit.ly/3yccwAP Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jahaanblake/ Email: email@example.com Website: https://jahaanblake.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jahaanblake/ Connect with Katrina: Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/katcampbell876/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/katrina.robinson.393 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mstrina_lady/ Katrina Campbell is the Assistant Athletic Director for Equipment at North Carolina A&T State University. In her role as a certified equipment manager and member of the Athletic Equipment Managers Association, she serves as the District III President and MEAC Equipment Managers Liaison. She is a passionate advocate for women in athletics administration, student athletes & student equipment managers and their future. Katrina graduated from NCA&T in 2004 with a Bachelor's of Science in Physical Education/Fitness & Wellness. She was commissioned into the Air Force as a Logistics Readiness Officer from Detachment 605. While on active duty, the former (Captain Robinson) held such responsibilities of aerial port operations that supported the President, cabinet, and foreign dignitaries, oversaw mass deployments, supply chain, vehicle operations, fuels and Officer Training School instructor. Mrs. Campbell was medically retired from the Air Force in 2012, at the rank of Captain. After being medically retired from the Air Force, she earned her Masters of Science in Sports Management and a Masters in Business Administration. She then combined her passion for logistics and love for athletics and volunteered as an equipment manager at NCA&T. Katrina was hired in 2015 as the assistant equipment manager and was later offered the position of head equipment manager in 2019. She oversees equipment operations and contracts for 15 Division I men and women sports. Mrs. Campbell has the responsibility of ensuring athletic uniforms and apparel for NCA&T are designed according to Conference, university, and NCAA rules. She must also ensure proper sizing and fitting techniques to outfit athletes in appropriate & safe equipment. Her work with student managers is a significant role; she promotes opportunities for growth and career guidance. Katrina Campbell is an 8-year breast cancer survivor who lost her mother and sister to the same. She feels it is vital for families to share health history to help make proper decisions. Mrs. Campbell holds the value of integrity and consistency high. Standards and accountability are emphasized through every aspect of work and life. She believes in working to understand the lessons in losses and the blessings in victories.
The Podcast continues to grow with TEAM BUILDING TIPS from the great John Sgromolo, CAA and the County Athletic Director for Clay Co. Schools in Florida. John does an outstanding job leading all of his schools and he's gained a national rep for developing and putting into use "Best Practices" for Athletic Directors. Each week, John shares a "Tip" to help AD's be the very best they can be! THIS is The Educational AD Podcast! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/support
In this AD Insider podcast, we feature a segment from the AD Insider | Thursday 30 series, presented by Clell Wade Coaches Directory, Inc., where we sat down with Tony Irons, Head Basketball Coach, Administrator, and PE Teacher at Vashon High School (MO). Tony has helped the Vashon basketball program win 5 of the last 9 State Championships and become a Nike Elite Program. This conversation shares his unique perspective on how Athletic Directors can work with their Basketball Coaches to build people, programs, AND performance without falling into the distractions of: Name, Image, and LikenessResource and Budgeting ComplaintsThe Shiny New ThingsConfrontational AAU RelationshipsThe Key Topics Covered in this Interview Are: Budget Priorities of Elite Basketball ProgramsScheduling Philosophy That Builds TeamsMaking Fundraising a Culture Builder for the Entire Athletic DepartmentTackling the Monumental Task of Renovating a GymFacilitating the Conversation with Local AAU ProgramsShifting the Game From Business Back to BasketballFor more AD Insider content, follow us on your favorite Podcast platforms:iTunesSpotifyGoogle PlaySupport the show (https://coachesinsider.com/sign-up/)
We're back to North Carolina where we get to visit with a "friend of the show," Mr. Deran Coe, CMAA who is the Athletic Director for the Wake County Public School District in Cary, NC. Deran is another Master AD who shares his story along with some real Best Practices on this episode of The Educational AD Podcast! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/support
Today we kick off the "NEW" Educational AD Podcast with the very first Mentoring Minute featuring the great Dan Comeau, CMAA. Dan is in charge of the very successful FIAAA Mentoring Program in Florida and each week he will share a quick tip for Athletic Directors - in some, HE will be mentoring us, and in others he will share how we can mentor others! Tune in every week to hear Dan's Mentoring Minute on The Educational AD Podcast! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/support
For our 200th Interview, we're visiting with MY Mentor, Greg Purdum, a long time HS and College AD and coach who, if you've read The Athletic Director's Toolbox, you know was my model for how to lead an Athletic Program. Greg shares his story along with some Best Practices on this special episode of The Educational AD Podcast! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/support
Former GM of the Toronto Raptors & New York Knicks, Athletic Director of McMaster University and the recently retired President & CEO of Canada Basketball - GLEN GRUNWALD - joins the podcast days after announcing his retirement. We have a lengthy conversation about all things Canada Basketball. Glen voices his disappointment in both the men's and women's results this summer but gives us many reasons to look forward to the future of the sport in Canada. We talk about the inability to get our top Canadians to commit to the national program and what we are doing to make it more enticing for them to play. Glen shares some of the plans put in place to ensure success on all levels internationally and gives us some hints as to what he has planned moving forward.
Episode # 40…Allen Greene, Director of Athletics, Auburn UniversitySeveral months ago, we had the opportunity to hang out with an original outlaw….well not really but our guest today shares a name with one. Johnny Ringo of Highland Park High School in Dallas, TX.Coach Ringo has built a culture based on a foundation of principles that focuses on not just mental and physical toughness but a commitment to respect all whom his students and coaches meet.A true believer in self-assessment and the benefits that can be gained from it, Coach Ringo strives to serve as a beacon of hope for his students and coaches and we have no doubt he will make you better following our conversation today.Let settle in…and get to know...Coach Johnny Ringo.1:13- Introduction2:37-The Why for Being Involved in Athletics4:16- Evolving Yet Sticking to Core Values9:16- Facilities13:31- Community Impact Award from the Positive Coaching Alliance15:20- Communication is the Most Important Thing We Do17:23- Communication leads to Trust-Communicate!19:38- Benefits of Using Photos on Social Media21:40- #1 Skill for ADs to Deal with Coaches' Personalities26:18- Challenge of Being a Positive Leader Everyday29:45- Purpose of Having Core Components for Your Athletic Dept.32:58- Leadership Lessons from His Father, Johnny Ringo, Sr.36:11- Coaches Outreach Program in the Dallas, TX area37:44- 2-Minute Drill Social Media Connections: Twitter: @ScotsAth Instagram: @hpscotsathleticsAbout Hangin With The AD Podcast….Hangin with the AD is an interview style podcast where Don Baker, Cobb County School District Director of Athletics, partners with Josh Mathews, Pope High School (GA) Athletic Director, to discuss hot topics and lessons learned with leaders in the world of athletics. These leaders include high school athletic directors at the district and local school levels; college athletic administrators; leaders in spaces that connect to athletics such as nutrition, wellness, recruiting, student-athlete recognition; current and former athletes; and others, who can help athletic administrators develop themselves and their programs for a better daily experience for their athletic communities. We hope you enjoy the time we spend with these special guests. Please leave us a review or rating to help us know how you were benefited from this podcast or how we can improve it. Thank you for listening. And until next time, thank you for spending your time, Hangin with the AD. Don Baker, CMAA.... Director of Athletics for the Cobb County School District in Georgia. @CCSD_AD (twitter & instagram) Josh Mathews, CMAA...Athletics Director at Pope High School in Marietta, GA (East Cobb) @jwmathews14 (twitter & instagram)
Larry Davis was named Mr. Basketball in South Carolina, was recruited to UNC, transferred to The University of South Carolina and scored over 1000 points in two years in a Gamecock uniform. He followed that up with a long and successful career playing overseas. Needless to say, Larry Davis was a great player. Here in this episode how he has become a great coach with various stops along the way at high schools and colleges. Click here to read a story about Lewisville's state championship under Coach Larry Davis. Before going any further, please make a donation here to Coach Tacauma Lettsome's GoFundMe page and help this former basketball coach in his fight against ALS: https://www.gofundme.com/f/help-tacauma-fight-als/donate You can learn more about ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease) here at ALS.org. Hear more about Coach Lettsome's story in this link from WLTX TV in Columbia, SC. Visit TeachHoops.com/816basketball for incredible basketball coaching content and resources from Coach Steve Collins. Sign up for the two week free trial, learn and grow as a coach and support the show all at the same time. Share, subscribe and leave us a 5 star review if you enjoy. Follow us on Twitter at @816Basketball.
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In this AD Insider podcast, we feature a segment from the AD Insider Thursday 30 show, presented by Clell Wade Coaches Directory, Inc., where we sat down with Todd Palmer, Activities Director for Sturgis Brown HS (SD).The topics covered include:How to Support CoachesBuilding School SpiritHandling Parent PressureSupport the show (https://coachesinsider.com/sign-up/)
We're back in Florida to visit with a new friend, Chris Harris, who is the very successful AD at South Ft. Myers High School in Ft. Myers along the SW Florida Gulf Coast! Chris runs a great program at his school and he shares his story along with some Best Practices on this episode of The Educational AD Podcast! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/support
In the first hour, Tyler and DMac react to comments from Pat Shurmur about his familiarity with the Giants heading into Sunday's game. Tyler responds to Von Miller pumping up his alma mater ahead of Saturday's game between CU and Texans A&M. At The Water Cooler, the guys debate whether or not Garett Bolles should've been named a captain this year. Rick George, Athletic Director at the University of Colorado, joins the show to preview Satuday's game and discuss the Name, Image and Likeness opportunities available to student athletes in Boulder. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sam Brooks meets with Steve Robbins, Athletic Director at Cookeville High School. They discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic impacted CHS Athletics and where their program currently stands heading into the fall 2021 semester, what it was like for him growing up in Overton County, as well as who some of the most influential individuals have been in his playing and coaching careers. Listen to the latest Local Matters Podcast… Presented by Office Mart.
We head back to Ohio today to visit with Kevin Calver, a long time Ohio AD who is now the CEO of High School AD Network, a communication platform for Athletic Directors where they can find contests, advertise coaching openings and much more. He and his team have developed a quick, easy and efficient resource that has over 2,600 users. High School AD Network was developed by an AD for AD's to help with the demands of leading the Athletic Department and today Kevin shares his story + some Best Practices on this episode of The Educational AD Podcast! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/support
“Mach-ee-es-ski” Bio 11 years as head baseball coach and 1 as Athletic Director at Mauldin HS (SC)36 Players to college, 4 drafted, 1 free-agent signee. Former assistant coach at USC Upstate under Matt Fincher and Dorman HS under Ben Waddle (Wah-dle). Managed the Brockport Riverbats of the New York Collegiate Summer League in 2007. Has also coached American Legion and Travel baseball. Been a member of the USA Baseball Task Force since 2018 scouting for the 14u & 17u Team Championships, along with the several NTIS events. From assistant AD, to full time AD at Mauldin since 2020 Notes Rely on a tight circle of coaches with any question I may have It is so rewarding to see the impact you can have on other programs Lean on others who have done it well Create the best experience for everyone in every program Leadership program within the whole athletic program**** Build a strong culture within the whole athletic program Community service**** We did a lot of things on a smaller scale and we want to do it on steroids Take ownership of what you do and who you are It needs to come for a deeper meaning of trust and common ground MAVS U - “Motivated Achievers Value Success”Based on Tyler Gillum Lesson based around the needs of the teamBe a good teammate, son, study skills, run down Group activity, independent activity, Have a video and present in front of teammates Mavs U becomes the “Cabinet” for the Mauldin HS athletic department“What does it mean to be a Mauldin athlete?” Cabinet will help with community service Community service - miracle league, hospital visits, angel trees, Elementary school after school programs, community clean up Kids need to have an appreciation for what they have The greatest leader in the world, washed someone else's feet The best leadership is serving other The best leadership lesson is serving someone else Kids apply and they need to interview to be a part of the leadership task force Creating chemistry and not forcing leadership!!** Kids need a chance to get to know one another and grow relationships Leadership classroom sessions start year 1, as soon as possible! Leadership doesn't matter if those kids don't care about one another Be a good person! Do what you say you are going to do Bands based on behavior system. Players moved up with player recommendations and had to justify Boat crews - split up the talent and in competitive groupsKeep them through the fall Leader of the crew Points for anything we want to compete with We are not going to progress the skill until they can verbalize it, teach it, and own it. Pinch runner called “game winner” We can know everything about a team but if we can't make plays it doesn't matter what we know about the other team The positive board - write it on the board something positive that has happened in the game. The average fan would not even notice. You may never see the finished product, but you need to keep plugging away because something you said will make an impact** Curriculum cannot just be 50 straight. It will always change, but you will have your pillars Mavs U based on Tyler Gillums Growth U and Brian Cain's pride program Core values and Mission and Vision are voted on each year to own what type of team you want to beWhat does it look like a player, person, and player “That's Mauldin” Use the mission and vision statement based on what you want to be about and how you plan on getting there Creating chemistry over leadership - what is more important?? Creating a culture we just want to create something consistent something they can depend on We can't try to do something and replicate something that others are doing Coaches need to do things for who they know they have! Goes back to growth mindset. Twitter - @Maciejewski24DM are open!
We head back out to my home state, Oregon, for just the third time and visit with Missy Smith, CMAA who is the Athletic Director at Oregon Episcopal School in Portland. Missy is active at the state and national level and today she shares her story along with some cool Best Practices on this episode of The Educational AD Podcast! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/support
In this episode of Oh My Heath ... There's HOPE! Jana talks with Mike Fitch Animal Flow is a ground-based, bodyweight workout designed to improve strength, power, flexibility, mobility, and coordination for all levels of fitness enthusiasts. It includes a range of movements and combinations grouped into categories called the “six components," each component designed to elicit a specific result. The six components can be mixed and matched, allowing you to incorporate one, some, or all of them into your workouts. Animal Flow was created by Mike Fitch, an innovative fitness educator and movement coach with over 18 years of experience in the fitness industry. As the founder of Global Bodyweight Training, he's developed multiple programs that focus on skill-based bodyweight training, including Animal Flow and the Bodyweight Athlete Program. Mike enjoys sharing his expertise and has taught thousands of individuals around the world as a featured presenter for major fitness conferences. Mike has also been a contributor and the subject of many press features at outlets such as Good Morning America, TODAY Show, Men's Health, and more. Mike was certified as a Personal Trainer (CPT) and Corrective Exercise Specialist (CES) by the National Academy of Sports Medicine and also received qualifications as a CPT from the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Additionally, he's certified in Kettlebell Athletics, is a C.H.E.K Exercise Coach, AAHFRP certified Medical Exercise Specialist, and IFPA Accredited Personal Trainer. Animal Flow was created in 2010, making its debut into the fitness industry with inclusion on many "Top 10" lists. More than 12,000 students have completed the Level 1 professional training workshop; 4,000 fitness professionals have become Certified Animal Flow Instructors, and a diverse team of 20 Master Instructors have been hired to teach the workshops in more than 40 countries. Individuals can now learn Animal Flow-through live group classes and personal training sessions; or by subscribing to the Animal Flow On Demand platform/app. Animal Flow is dedicated to keeping the program grounded in science. In recent years 3 separate peer-reviewed published research studies have examined different aspects of Animal Flow, each finding positive results with the use of the program. The most recent study by Dr. Jeffrey Buxton called “The Effects of a Novel Quadrupedal Movement Training Program on Functional Movement, Range of Motion, Muscular Strength, and Endurance” was published in The Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. Additionally, in 2020 Keene University began offering a course on Animal Flow that is an elective open to students in the Athletic Director degree program. The course is taught by Animal Flow Master Instructor Chris Flores, with the goal of introducing students who are studying exercise science to understanding the benefits and importance of ground-based or quadrupedal movement. Mike was born in Lexington, Kentucky, and is currently based in Colorado. In his free time, Mike enjoys hiking, snowboarding, playing guitar, singing, and more. Quote: Jana and Mike Fitch talk about: 1) The start of the Animal flow 2) Years of working on your body may not give you the movement you need 3) Taking ownership of your own body 4) Getting immediate feedback to your body 5) The four pillars of building up your body This 30-minute episode is on: In this episode, Jana and Mike discuss the start of Animal Flow and how years of working on your body may not give you the movement you need. Taking ownership of your body and getting immediate feedback through movement. Mike also shares his four pillars of building your body. Meet Mike Fitch: https://animalflow.com https://www.instagram.com/mikefitch.af/ https://www.instagram.com/animalflowofficial/ https://www.facebook.com/AnimalFlow1/ Get in touch with Jana and listen to more Podcasts: https://www.janashort.com/ Show Music ‘Hold On' by Amy Gerhartz https://www.amygerhartz.com/music. Free Gift: 5 Keys To Becoming The Next Influencer Free Video Series Are you ready to see just how powerful your business can be through storytelling? Grab my FREE video series outlining how you can become the next influencer through your powerful story. The upside is right; now, over 90% of businesses are online. On the downside to you is that over 90% of businesses are currently online. If you want to stake your place in this crowded space, you need to stand out and be unique. Learn how to do just that for your brand and business. Grab your gift today: https://www.janashort.com/becoming-the-next-influencers-download-offer/ Connect with Jana Short: https://www.janashort.com/contact/
Today, we're talking with Erica Perkins Jasper, a leader in intercollegiate tennis, a successful Division I head coach, and distinguished student-athlete, who is now entering her third year as the Director of Athletics at Claremont-Mudd-Scripps. In this episode, Dave and Erica chat about the pathway from student-athlete to head coach and head coach to director of athletics. In this interview, you'll learn more about how you as a coach can improve your relationships with athletics administration and what athletic directors are looking for in a coach.
The podcast stops in Ohio - our 10th visit - to chat with Gretchen Walker, the General Manager of Vital Signs who shares some really cool features of their WALL OF FAME product. Gretchen shares her own story which includes a pretty cool athletic background while also sharing some Best Practices for Athletic Directors on this episode of The Educational AD Podcast! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/support
This week, the Consig made a call to the Midwest, and a Iowa Mountaineer guy answered. THIS IS THE SHOW. Brad Howe (@BradHowe07), an outstanding media personality and host of The Game Within the Game , joins Dave, Carl & Neuby with the Take Me Home edition of the Cash Considerations Show.Listen as B Howe tells the boys his story from growing up in West Des Moines, Iowa to holding things down in Morgantown, West Virginia. Post a decorated high school athletic career and a college run at Wartburg College, Brad embarked on a journey to the University of Connecticut to work in the athletic office. Thanks to NBA great, Ray Allen, B Howe was kept alive for two years before moving onto Maryland. Stepping in for a friend on an interview led to Brad moving to West Virginia University to be an assistant Athletic Director in Morgantown. Over the next two decades, Brad got to see how things operate from behind the curtain in college sports. The stories are fun and real, and Brad can talk. The talking led to Brad's current role as the host of The Game Within the Game, co host of CityNet Statewide Sportsline & Three Guys before the game. A real analytics guy, Brad knows numbers and how to find stuff nobody is looking at, including cheese in a pepperoni roll. You can't guard him, but stay to listen to him shoot his shot. B Howe stays to talk sports, and the Baseball bon dia, bon tarde, bon noche is first. Brad was a second baseman, and him and CH turn a couple sweet double plays. Dave keeps dealing with some wildcard odds and plays, and even Neuby had to ring up the Mets for their thumbs down gestures. There are no songs this week, but it leads to the first Layin or Takin segment of the season.College football is really back with Week 1 games, and the boys come out of the box with eight games for the kick off, rapid fire Layin or Takin College Football segment. Nobody knows shit, and this is everyone's chance to fade or follow the games. Get your pen and paper ready to fade or follow the plays.NFL is on a bye week, but In the Gun with Neuby is here. Who is going to win the AFC East & the NFC East? Brad jumps right in with the boys to give his thoughts. CH is now known as Mac the Knife, B Howe has his sights set on Buffalo, Dave says G Men are live, and Neuby says shooters shoot. NFL talk, guns ablazin!Lastly, the coordinating producer/social media manager/co host Carl H-A-S-C-A-L-L had one question on “Carl's Corner” segment of the show. What was your nickname & what were your favorite sports nicknames? Initials always work, last names are good, but rapper Neuby Peuby got everybody. CH had lasers and a papi, B Howe went a little famous & Dave had a list of family & friends that were all special. An all timer for all you home slices in Carl's Corner this week.As it always does, The Take a Minute segment closed the show on Cash Considerations. CH went for less filling beer, Neuby said all you had to do was shoot, B Howe says college football is not just for the big brands and Dave did a weekend story time from the Circa resort with a little magic trick. One minute each and bet the over for laughs.Sit back, listen in & laugh a bunch to this special September shooters episode of the Cash Considerations podcast. Follow the show @CashConsidShowFollow Dave @SportsBkConsigFollow Carl @CarlHascallFollow Neuby @NeubyTalksFollow Brad Howe @BradHowe07Email us at CashConsidShow@gmail.com
CISD Athletic Director Toby Tucker joins Cody and Colby in the KYPD studio. Toby shares his passion of CISD athletics with us and what makes it one of the best athletic districts around. Learn about Happy State Bank Stadium and how it came to be. Toby also talks family and his coaching career with us. Also, some Most Likely questions about the coaches. Music by Cody Jasper.Twitter: @CanyonAthDeptTikTok: @canyonathdept
Nina King is entering her first year as Vice President and Athletic Director at Duke University after serving as a senior-level administrator for 13 years. After giving an institutional profile of Duke, King shares her thoughts on what it is like moving from a position of input to a position of decision-making. She shares her honest initial reaction to Coach K's retirement announcement, philosophy on succession planning, and gives a look at what Duke has been doing behind-the-scenes to be prepared for this moment. As an internal hire, Smith asked how that experience will help shape her own senior-level team. King also shares her thoughts on what it was like being a Chief of Staff for previous VP/AP Dr. Kevin White, strategy behind her new Chief of Staff, and gives advice to current or future athletic directors that might be wondering what skillsets and responsibilities a chief role should have. King has and will continue to teach a sports business class in the MBA program at Duke with Dr. Kevin White each semester. She discusses the importance of that classroom experience to her as both an accountant and lawyer, and provides some insight into the syllabus and guest speakers. King, Chair of the NCAA Division I Women's Basketball Committee last year and again this year, shares her honest opinion on gender inequities at last year's tournament and her thoughts on the future of the tournament with the continued success and quality competition in women's basketball. 0:00 Introductions 0:20 Institutional Profile of Duke 4:00 Position of Input to Decision-Making 7:04 Coach K Retirement & Succession Planning 14:07 Adjusting Senior-level Roles after Internal AD Hire 17:17 Chief of Staff Position 25:13 Law School 29:20 Professor King Teaches Sports Business at Duke MBA 34:01 Chair of Women's Basketball Committee
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/id996764363Google Podcastshttps://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuc3ByZWFrZXIuY29tL3Nob3cvMTM2OTkzOS9lcGlzb2Rlcy9mZWVkSpotifyhttps://open.spotify.com/show/7dZvrG1ZtKkfgqGenR3S2mPocket Castshttps://pca.st/SU8aOvercasthttps://overcast.fm/itunes996764363/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddle-byuSpreakerhttps://www.spreaker.com/show/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddleStitcherhttps://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=66416iHeartRadiohttps://www.iheart.com/podcast/966-cougar-sports-with-29418022TuneInhttps://tunein.com/podcasts/Sports-Talk--News/Cougar-Sports-with-Ben-Criddle-p731529/
Little Man goes behind the scenes of college sports with Ken Kavanagh, AD @ FGCU (aka Dunk City!). Also in this episode: vacation review, Week 2 of Stick by Your Picks, some strange stale cake, and the Top 5 sports drinks!