Regionals is over, and Scotti and Pockets look towards the fall and all the exciting new activities that come with it. Now that the competitive season is over, there are lots of opportunities to have fun, and P&S share some thoughts about the differences between hanging out with your college team and your club team. Both hosts reflect on whether or not they've bitten off more than they can chew in terms of fall league, coaching and maintaining a social life. Is this what being an adult is? At the end of the episode, weigh in on Scotti and Pockets' bet about who will win mixed nationals!
Charlie Eisenhood and Keith Raynor break down the results of the final three Regional Championships -- Great Lakes, Southeast, and Southwest -- before welcoming in Arizona Lawless captain Lindsey Doyle for an interview. Later, they look at the potential seeding and how USAU might approach the task.
Another Regionals come and gone, another chance for Pat and Tad to stare into the abyss and see if this time it stares back. They catalogue a few of the notable results from the first weekend of Regionals, neg people who actually made Nationals, and try to find some meaning in all of this. Also, the Sprout “wet disc puller” identifies himself, and the guys talk about upcoming fall college alumni tournaments.
Airline Weekly's Edward Russell reports back on the annual Regional Airline Association Leaders Conference, where executives said their long-standing labor issues expanded during the crisis. Also, Madhu and Ned discuss Qatar Airways' results, and the American Airlines and Southwest Airlines pilot union objections to vaccine mandates.
Charlie Eisenhood and Keith Raynor recap the first weekend of Regionals and the highs and lows for teams around the country. Then they welcome Mike Lun, the player-coach of the biggest surprise of the weekend, Boulder Lotus. To close the show, they preview the final three Regionals -- Great Lakes, Southeast, and Southwest.
With the start of fall and a return to college ultimate, Pockets has started coaching a college team herself for the first time. P&S sit down with their former college coach Matt Lubitz to get his tips, tricks, highs, and lows of coaching a college women's team. Scotti is also making her return to the frisbee field with the start of fall league! With both hosts officially playing frisbee again, Pockets looks forward to Regionals as Scotti is catching up on getting back in shape.
Round and round we go where the programming goes no one know! What a whirlwind weekend of workouts this Regionals was... "Hero" Friday... "WTF" Saturday... "Classic CrossFit" Sunday. This year utilized the NEW scoring system for Regionals and ended with incredible races in the final event all over the world. Bill and Chase sit down and analyze to programming to see where this year ranked versus in it's 5th year of standardized programming.
Charlie Eisenhood and Keith Raynor break down the first weekend of Regionals action, including their picks for which teams will qualify for Nationals. Later, they play Small Ball, with discussion of the South Central Regionals drops, college season hype, and Jay Clark's travel rules concepts.
CrossFit competition has never been without some good controversy along the way. Bill and Chase sit down and talk about their Top 5 CrossFit Games Controversies from the Open, Regionals and CrossFit Games over the last 15 years.. This is an exclusive commercial free episode for our patreon supporters aka "Programatrons". If you wish to hear this audio in full then got to patreon.com/getwiththeprogramming and for $6 a month you support to show and get exclusive content, free workouts and apparel discounts
Year 5 of Regionals, year 4 of standardized programming... and the 1st year we had some of the best races up until the final event we have ever seen across all Regions. Was it the athletes? Was it the programming? Bill and Chase sit down and analyze the programming for the 2014 Regionals.
Episode 343 – A Brief History of Alcoholism and Treatment Today we have Charlie. He is 35, from Missouri and took his last drink on July 7, 2020. Events. https://www.recoveryelevator.com/events/ Ditch the Booze 9/21 ; Regionals 11/12-14; Costa Rica (1/15-23). https://www.recoveryelevator.com/costarica/ Highlights from Paul Addiction is a modern phenomenon. Alcohol has been around for centuries. Early “treatment” of alcoholics included being jailed, tortured, and often executed for being possessed by demons. As treatment has evolved, we are moving toward FLOW states. Our mental energies are redirected from addiction toward creating healthier neural connections. In the 1930's, alcoholism was classified as a fatal medical condition. In 1935 Bill W co-founded AA. In 1949 the Hazelden Foundation was born, thus creating our modern-day rehab and treatment structures. https://www.cornerstoneofrecovery.com/a-history-of-addiction-and-addiction-treatment/ Fortunately, people are recovering from alcoholism because the stigma is softening, and people are recognizing this is more a disease of disconnection and lack of community. Check out this video of the Recovery Elevator Bozeman retreat. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vFoqj3xeFUI Exact Nature exactnature.com Code: RE20 [16:09] Charlie took his last drink on July 7, 2020He has been to 54 different treatment He just wrote a memoir. He writes, blogs, and enjoys experiencing life. Charlie's mom passed away when he was 13. He didn't know how to handle his emotions, so he turned to substances. The emotional damage compounded over the years. Charlie's drinking was a result of unresolved grief and trauma, emotional damage from a succession of stepmothers, and lack of success as an actor. Charlie drank and used drugs. In 2017, his health became an issue. He started exploring detox and learned about alcoholism. In 2019 he was in his 15th IOP program, but still wasn't surrendering. He had to go back to Lincoln to address some legal issues. He relapsed several times; he was emotionally and spiritually bankrupt. In June of 2020, he was receptive to love and faith from his higher power. He decided to implement what he learned at the facilities he experienced. He relapsed again, but in July he realized alcohol wasn't working for him. Charlie maintained a job through most of his addiction which provided insurance and access to treatment. He was privileged and knows he had access to therapists and treatment modalities many don't. He did build up a lot of medical debt. Charlie overcomes cravings or negative emotions with music, cleaning, calling friends, visiting family. He also journals and meditates. He has learned to listen to his emotions and ask, what do you need? Cognitively Charlie processed his trauma in treatment. He didn't process the trauma emotionally or spiritually until he had been sober for a few months. Once he processed the trauma, he learned to love himself and heal the emotional trauma. His relationships with his dad and his sister evolved in an amazing way. Charlie began writing in 2018 but continued drinking until 2020. His book has provided some built-in accountability. https://www.amazon.com/At-Least-Not-Frog-Alcoholism-ebook/dp/B09B5MFT1X/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_pb_opt?ie=UTF8 Charlie is a fan of gratitude list and believes that gratitude+humility=happiness. He loves travel from beach to mountains and is grateful he can remember his adventures. Odette's Summary Grateful Snacking is a company that makes delicious and healthy snacks to support our journey in recovery. Grateful snacking - https://gratefulsnacking.com/ Sponsor: Exact Nature exactnature.com Code: RE20 Upcoming events, retreats, and courses: https://www.recoveryelevator.com/costarica/ You can find more information about our events Resources Connect with Cafe RE - Use the promo code OPPORTUNITY to waive the set-up fee. Recovery Elevator YouTube - Subscribe here! Sobriety Tracker iTunes
Third time is a charm right? 2013 was the third consecutive year where the CrossFit Games had standardized programming for all Regionals across the world. Bill and Chase sit down and analyze the programming to see how this test stacked up against 2011 and 2012 as well as give their two twist to the programming at the end.
After we analyzed the programming of ALL the 55 different events that made up the 2010 Regionals from around the world we have an idea... Why don't we make our own 6 event Regional from the 55 that were programmed? So we did. This is an exclusive commercial free episode for our patreon supporters aka "Programatrons". If you wish to hear this audio in full then got to patreon.com/getwiththeprogramming and for $6 a month you support to show and get exclusive content, free workouts and apparel discounts just for being with us.
It's a new year in the Glee-verse and somehow the New Directions are the default to go to Regionals when the Warblers steroid accusations come to a head. We're really defying all logic this week as Andrea finally comes unhinged, the Men of McKinley pose for a calendar, Brittany aces the SAT, Marley and Jake's relationship moves at a breakneck pace, and Rachel ponders doing a topless scene. 2013 is sure to be a wild year and we're all along for the ride. Check us out on Patreon for exclusive bonus content and Glee-related antics: www.patreon.com/thegleecast
The world of CrossFit has been united through the first ever Open and the very first world wide standardized Regionals. Bill and Chase sit down and discuss CrossFit's first attempt at uniform Regional Events as well as discuss how the cuts... yes cuts and scoring system had an impact on who qualified as well.
The 2010 Regionals the first of its kind until recently where every single regional director was allowed to program whatever they wanted to qualify athletes to the CrossFit Games. Bill and Chase sit down and go through the Wild Wild West that was the 2010 CrossFit Regionals.
The world's jaw DROPPED when we saw ScrubKilla was joining Joreuz and ApparentlyJack on the best 1v1 leaderboard roster in the world. Jack lets us know why Scrub is good again, and how his content on YouTube and Twitch have taken him to the next level.
Adam Klink chats through training and coaching at CrossFit Krypton, his recent outing at MACC as well as his years of Regionals and his phantom team performance and also his decision to leave it all for Texas this year. We also chat about his sub 5min mile and 500lb backsquat from last year and his intentions to one up himself this time around. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/coffeepodsnwods)
We sit down with Alison right after she was announced as the Demo Team captain for the CrossFit Games. Alison grew up in Columbus, Ohio where she excelled at several sports but her first love was all star cheerleading and being a flyer. She went to the University of Miami where she made friends with Dylan Malitsky and Noah Ohlson. Dylan helped her find CrossFit and there she has flurished with several Regionals appearances and is fighting for her first Games appearance. Alison has used her BioMedical Engineering degree to research hormonal birth control and its affect on women and has some interesting blogs on the subject.
Marcus often gets the question of how he would do now in the CrossFit Games after retiring from competitive fitness. So he took on a day of training and eating straight from his journal when he was prepping for Regionals in 2016, where he placed 3rd. Find out how he did, how it felt, and what you might expect if you're a Look Good Move Well athlete who loves to throw down from time to time.
The New Directions as a whole now step up to the podcast plate as we look through all of their performances from a competition! Sectionals, Regionals, Nationals, etc! Songs included and ranked in this podcast: 1x13: You Can't Always Get What You Want 1x13: Don't Rain on My Parade 1x22: Any Way You Want It/Lovin' Touchin' Squeezin' 1x22: Don't Stop Believin' 1x22: To Sir, With Love 2x09: I've Had the Time of My Life 2x09: Valerie 2x16: Loser Like Me 2x16: Get it Right 2x22: Pretending 2x22: Light Up The World 3x08: ABC 3x08: Control 3x08: Man in the Mirror 3x14: Fly/I Believe I Can Fly 3x14: Here's to Us 3x14: Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You) 3x21: Edge of Glory 3x21: It's All Coming Back to Me Now 3x21: Paradise By the Dashboard Light 4x08: Gangnam Style 4x22: Hall of Fame 4x22: I Love It 4x22: All or Nothing 5x11: More than a Feeling 5x11: America 5x11: I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For 6x05: It Must Have Been Love 6x05: Father Figure 6x05: All Out of Love 6x11: Take Me To Church 6x11: Chandelier 6x11: Come Sail Away Follow us on Twitter: @choirroompod E-mail us! Feedback, ideas, fact-checks, anything! firstname.lastname@example.org Want to help financially support the show? paypal.me/choirroompodcast
This week, it's the SEASON ONE FINALE!! Corrina and Ian discuss the last day of camp energy, the idea that Sue and Rod Remmington are as famous and Josh Groban and OLJ, and none of the guys have learned their lesson. Plus, the hosts remember their choir solos from elementary school, and reminisce now that the season has ended. But they won't be gone for long! Keep checking that feed!@gleeaggressive@epicadventureof@ibroski@email@example.comSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/gleeagressive. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The CrossFit Games Semifinals are underway, and we are starting to see how the new qualification structure for the CrossFit Games will play out. After a few seasons of chaos — precipitated by some sudden and, quite frankly, nonsensical changes and a global pandemic — we are starting to see how the season will look going forward. In an ideal world, the Semifinals will build on the best of the Regionals format and the best of the Sanctionals format. This would result in a competitive ecosystem with a clear structure, and more opportunities for athletes to win prize money — and it would allow event organizers to innovate on the competition structure. In a less ideal world, we end up with multiple event organizers causing inconsistent qualification standards, competitive outcomes being overly determined by the “luck of the draw,” and frustrated athletes and coaches. Having dealt with a near worst-case scenario for the competitive CrossFit season for the last few years, it seems like we are now headed in the right direction. Jon also just coached Omnia to a first place finish at The Granite Games this past weekend, so congratulations to Omnia! If you're not already subscribed to our newsletter, head over to www.legionsc.com to get a weekly selection of training tips and our favorite articles. We run online workshops for coaches as well. Find out when our next workshop is here: https://legionsc.com/program-design-workshops These podcast are posted in video format on YouTube as well. Show Notes: [0:13] How does the current Semifinals qualification process compare to the Regionals structure and the Sanctionals structure? Is it good to have large differences in event structures that are qualifying people for the CrossFit Games? [07:57] Is the point of the test to crown the fittest or to get the “right” people moving on at each stage? How much does event design impact who qualifies for the next stage? [12:17] Is the opportunity for Cinderella stories and unexpected qualifiers good for the sport as a whole? Does more variance give more opportunity for “exciting” outcomes? [19:26] How will the seeding process impact which athletes qualify out of different events? And, how important is it to make sure that athletes are doing certain movements or certain styles of events in the qualification process?
Schass and Surbs recap Regionals and set their sights upon the Supers! Also, some sound from the weekend that was, official picks for Omaha, as well as a look at the coaching carousel after a big hire at Texas A&M and what the pending LSU opening means for Kevin O'Sullivan and his Gators.Follow College Sports Now on Twitter @CSNowTweets!
First time going to Loretta's? Or maybe you just want a refresher course on what the ranch is all about? Regionals? We got that in here as well! Get all the LL's scoop in this family friendly episode with the Keefer family.
Arkansas pinch hitter Charlie Welch joins the show to tell us all about the moment that sealed the Regionals. He also tells us what this team learned from the weekend & what he's watching out for in NC State. And of course, he answers Q's not-so-serious questions. Finally, legendary track & field coach John McDonnell passed away on Monday—Coach Chris Bucknam joins the show to talk about his legacy and give us a preview of the NCAA Outdoor Championships this week.
How did you not watch sports this weekend? MLB, NCAA baseball regionals, NBA and NHL Playoffs, plus boxing? Wow. Packed show this week! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/waterboys7/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/waterboys7/support
Today's 440 is built by The Kingston Group Wes Rucker of GoVols247.com joins to talk: The Vols tournament draw and upside Chris Lee of VandySports.com and Southeastern14.com talks: Nashville regional and Vandy's rotation. Check out TKG's work at BuildKG.com
Big T and Ben Mintz join the show to break down all 16 regionals and we all give our picks for the Barstool Sportsbook betting odds. Each person discusses their strategy to betting college baseball regionals Each person gives 3 CWS champion futures and discuss their reasons why
(0:00) Much-Needed Update on Hunter's Putting; (7:45) Hunter sits down with Tim Pearce, PGA Professional at Birmingham Country Club, fresh off his PGA Championship appearance at Kiawah Island Resort; (32:25) Update on MHSAA Boy's Regionals, Michigan Guys on the Tours; (39:00) Jason Kokrak takes down Jordan Spieth at Colonial; (50:20) Preview and Picks for The Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Village
Neal McCready and Chris Landry reconvene to discuss the NCAA baseball regionals, the LSU baseball job, Braylon Sanders, Jerrion Ealy, Aaron Rodgers, Julio Jones and much more.
The Arizona Wildcats softball team is back in the Women's College World Series! Arizona assistant coach Taryne Mowatt-McKinney, who led UA to the 2007 national championship, talks about this year's team and relives her glory days. Plus, Arizona baseball is the No. 5 overall seed heading to Regionals, but the Wildcats got a tough draw at home. We examine the competition and discuss whether they have what it takes to move on.
Jenna is joined by Husky Softball Head Coach, winningest coach of any sport in Washington history, UW alum, and Team USA coach, Heather Tarr! They talk about postseason - from their Selection Show reaction, to fighting through the Seattle Regional, and prepping for Super Regionals - how the Pac-12 can increase exposure, the essence of Husky Softball, the growth of the game, looking ahead to the Tokyo Olympics with Team USA, and more.
In This edition of In The Circle, Eric Lopez, and Victor Anderson recap the Regionals from the weekend and what we learned from each region. Also, we take an early look at some of the super regionals and the TV schedule. Plus, we discuss if the future NBA and NHL playoff schedule could affect the softball postseason.
Postseason college softball is back! Jenna breaks down the 2021 NCAA tournament bracket revealed at the Selection Show, how it works, themes by conference, reactions around the softball world, positive takeaways, history making, surprises to watch for, and what we can look forward to on the road to the WCWS. Plus, softball news and the Foul Tip of the Week.
Softball, golf, and betting? Hot damn! Phillip kicks things off by discussing some early college football news, including ESPN nabbing Red River and Bedlam, and some early Big 12 title odds that are... peculiar. Then, we're excited to welcome Jamie Pinkerton, head coach of Iowa State softball to the show to discuss the Cyclone's historic season and preview their first regional action in more than 30 years. We wrap the show with Brentley Romine of Golf Channel to discuss how the Big 12 performed in Regionals, including OSU, Texas, and Texas Tech winning, and OU's close call in not advancing. Save 20% off your first order at Homefield Apparel with promo code TEN12. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram. Leave us 5-stars and a review! Visit The LandGrant Gauntlet. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ten12-podcast/message
A jam packed episode for y'all! Phillip and Joel recap the men's and women's golf performances in regionals, get you ready for Cowgirl Softball regionals, and the end of the baseball regular season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Max and Drake are back at it again to start off your week with your favorite daily Florida State sports podcast. Today, the fellas kick it off (see what we did there) to discuss the FSU Women's Soccer team as they head into tonight's NCAA championship game against Santa Clara. Next, the boys take the time to offer a mea culpa to the men's baseball team as they cap off another series victory over Clemson. Lastly, Max gears us up for Johnny Pak and the guys headed to Regionals and Drake gives his thoughts on the recent signing of Kelvin Benjamin to the New York Football Giants. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This is the Jalen & Jacoby podcast-exclusive hour, coming to you every Tuesday and Thursday. Jalen & Jacoby link up over Zoom for a LIVE virtual event. They discuss if the Jazz will finish with the No. 1 seed in the Western Conference, why the MVP race is over, the play-in tournament potentially becoming permanent, Dr. J disrespecting LeBron and what Jalen hopes the Lions do in the NFL Draft. Plus, the guys take Soft Move or Boss Moves, Cultural or Regionals and questions from the audience.
This is the Jalen & Jacoby podcast-exclusive hour, coming to you every Tuesday and Thursday. Jalen & Jacoby link up over Zoom for a live virtual edition of the podcast. They discuss if the Jazz will finish with the No. 1 seed in the Western Conference, why the MVP race is over, the play-in tournament potentially becoming permanent, Dr. J disrespecting LeBron and what Jalen hopes the Lions do in the NFL Draft. Plus, the guys take Soft Move or Boss Moves, Cultural or Regionals and questions from the audience.
WATCH Club Gym Nerd members can watch the podcast being recorded and see video clips of the gymnastics while we discuss. Please login to your Club Gym Nerd account to listen and/or watch this episode. Not a member? Join here. THIS WEEK NCAA Regionals Recap Who advanced to nationals and who didn't Is competing back-to-back(-to-back) days unfair to the athletes? LSU survived a challenge from Kentucky and Arizona State. We HAVE to talk about that beam judging. An injury apocalypse and vault balk-pocalypse in the Athens regional final The Case of the Georgia Floor Lines Larissa Libby has no lies about the regionals format, and we discuss Adeline Kenlin's beam moment Did the correct teams qualify? Of the nine 10.000s this weekend, which one was the 10iest? Plus Evan Manivong's vaccine card vault MORGANNNNNNN. She spoke at the Stop Asian Hate event in NYC and it was perfect. Tisha Volleman's beam innovation from the Dutch/Belgian friendly Eythora's Onodi to illusion Spencer has ADDITIONAL PROBLEMS with the Olympic qualification procedure at Euros Maggie Haney wrote a letter. It was...djkflaksdjflaksdjflk A world medalist writes in about saluting rules THE POSTS Regionals Live Blog Day 3 – Regional Finals April 3, 2021 Regionals Live Blog Day 2 – AHHHHH April 2, 2021 Regionals Live Blog Day 1 – Play-Ins April 1, 2021 Keeping Up with the Cool GIFs – Conference Championships March 23, 2021 JOIN CLUB GYM NERD Join Club Gym Nerd or buy a gift membership for access to Behind the Scenes episodes. Behind The Scenes: Beam Smash Regionals Behind the Scenes: Jade as an alternate? Behind The Scenes: March 19 2021 Behind The Scenes: Megan, Harry, Listunova and Oprah Behind The Scenes: Post-Winter Cup Syndrome Buy our awesome clothing and gifts here. We have masks too! RELATED EPISODES All About Aly (Commissioned) Conference Championship of Upsets Anna Pavlova: History and Heartbreak (Commissioned) Gymnastics International 5: 2021 Russian Championships