In Part 3 of our conversation with Howard Blue, the head basketball coach at Georgetown Prep in a suburb of Washington D.C., he discusses what troubles him about youth sports, including the ultra-competitive atmosphere for younger athletes, the power that young athletes and parents don't realize they possess, and a key insight that will make a difference, though few actually follow. Winning Is Not Everything is a podcast aimed at bringing sanity back to youth sports with conversations with blue-chip athletes and coaches.
An interview with Wayne Moss, Executive Director at the National Council of Youth Sports. But all of these benefits really transfer over the course of a lifetime. And that's why I think that it is really important for all young people to be involved in sport and really to find whatever it is, is their particular interest, the thing that they like to do, and the thing that they can continue to do over the course of a lifetime. And they should be engaged in a lot of things, experiment with lots of different sports, just to see what's of, what's of interest to them.Wayne MossYouth sports as essentialBenefits of youth sports for kidsImpact of COVID on the youth sports sectorYouth sports and mental healthBenefits of youth sports over a lifetimeYouth sports and academic performanceAccess to youth sports for girlsDiversity in leadershipAccess to youth sports for underserved communitiesBenefits of youth sports for countryNational Youth Sports DayCalls to actionhttps://www.movetolivemore.com/https://www.linkedin.com/company/move-to-live-more@MovetoLiveMore
WSSP's high school insider, Mike McGivern, takes a closer look at some of the young athletes around the area on the Youth Sports Show. This week he is joined by, Matt Gartman, the head coach of the Cedarburg Matdogs Youth Wrestling Club. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Much to discuss in this one. One takeaway is that the left really doesn't care to hide their agenda anymore. How the rest of America hasn't realized it yet is beyond us.
Today on Baldrey's Beat: Mike & Keith discuss Horgan's upcoming biopsy surgery Youth sport instructors will soon be required to show proof of vaccination. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Want to know the most downloaded and listened-to episode of SGP ever? Us too! It was the guys from Recruit Reels, WAY back in season 1 and their advice on how to get recruited. IN the wake of the 2020 pandemic fiasco, youth sports took a hit but these guys kept athlete recruitment going string. Now, in this new climate and age, with all the changes in recruitment, not only have they rolled with them, they've dynamically pressed forward to push athletes toward their dream recruitment situation and are helping young athletes like never before! Join coach Frank as he interviews Jacob Cleaver from Recruit Reels and gets the 411 on what it takes to get recruited and how to make getting young athletes recruited simple and effective! Tune in now!
Often, parents focus too much on ensuring their kids are having fun in youth sports, which results in kids dropping out if the experience isn't fun or entertaining, says Jonathan Edwards, Olympian, speaker, coach and author of "An Athlete's Guide to Winning in Sports and Life." But kids don't drop out of math or English when they're no longer fun. What should parents focus on instead?
WSSP's high school insider, Mike McGivern, is joined by Hall of Fame coach, Cheryl Mohr, of Higher Level Camps AAU. Guests this hour also include: Chad Minnema, the Fond du Lac county tryout director at HLC and London Beth, the director of Basketball Operations at HLC. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Listen to our phenomenal discussion with UCLA pediatric sports surgeon Dr Jennifer Beck, MD as we discuss rising as a star in pediatric orthopedic surgery as a female, sports specialization, and caring for female athletes.
Texas becomes the 8th state in the nation to protect fairness in youth sports, and transgender-identified Assistant Health Secretary Rachel Levine becomes the first “female” four-star admiral. Finally, we analyze a sex ed curriculum used in schools around the Twin Cities. Spoiler alert: it's real bad. All that and more on this week's episode of The Family Beacon - new episodes every Friday!
Musician Amelia Curran is a strong voice for mental health in this province, but as an invited board member on the Provincial Recovery Council for Mental Health and Addictions, she never felt that her voice was being heard. We hear her talk about her experience on the council today. An eight-year-old girl from Cartwright is asking School Sports NL to change cross-country running distances so that boys and girls to run the same lengths. We hear from Isla Morris and her mother Kristin Pardy-Morris about why they want the change made, and we hear a response from Trisha Boyer, the acting Executive Director of School Sports NL. The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically reduced tourism in northern Labrador, but the Nunatsiavut government hopes to make the next five years better than ever. We get a sneak preview of their tourism strategy from Jillian Larkham, the director of Tourism Nunatsiavut. As the provincial government considers more hydroelectric projects, a group in Labrador thinks that it's a bad idea. We speak with Roberta Benefiel of Grand Riverkeeper Labrador. Iron ore prices have been unstable for the past couple of years. We hear from analyst Paul Gray of Wood Mackenzie about why prices are where they are now, and where they may be headed. 17 years after opening, Jeannie's Barber Shop in North West River is closing. We bring you there for a haircut and a conversation with Jeannie Hibbs about what led to that decision. Days of rain resulted in part of Highway 520 being flooded for hours. Emergency crews were on site at a spot between Happy Valley-Goose Bay and North West River yesterday. We get an update from Lake Melville MHA Perry Trimper. Finally, what is the risk of someone contracting Covid-19 if they are fully vaccinated? We hear from CBC House Doctor Peter Lin about breakthrough infections.
In the last hour, Laurence Holmes reacted to Illinois football coach Bret Bielema criticizing his roster for having a lack of talent. Holmes explained the impact that could have on his players and in recruiting. Later, Holmes discussed youth sports and how some parents and coaches have sullied what should be a joyous time for children. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
- The episode starts with some examples of parents behavior and interaction with kids in youth sports. - Nino crafts a message to all parents on behalf of the kids in youth sports. - Nino discusses the concept of DIFFERENT worlds that KIDS and parents live in. - How to deal with Uncomfortable conversations that parents bring up to kids in youth sports. - Sounds of flatulence. - Dealing with high strung parents. - New things coming in the future of the podcast.
WSSP's high school insider, Mike McGivern, is joined by the Senior Manager of Special Projects for Racine County, MT Boyle, for the full show as they discuss the upcoming Youth Sports Expo of Racine County. Guests this hour: Ryan Thompson - head basketball coach at Racine St. Cat's and Tyler Neuhaus, the GM of Racine Youth Sports. Bob Marfechuk from the Racine Lakeshores Official Association/NASO Jonathan Delagrave - Racine County Executive See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Maybe you've found yourself in a place where you are a lone Christian in the midst of atheist and skeptics and have to defend your belief in God, or maybe you've found yourself in a place where you yourself are being wonder "is there really a God?" This question — Is there a God? — has been asked for about as long as humans have existed, yet for some reason, the question doesn't seem to be answered in a way that satisfies the questioners. This week, Marc and Fuller ask this question and provide both historic and modern answers to this question of "is there a God?" This weeks episode is full of apologetics and theories so we know that you'll both enjoy this episode as well as grow in your knowledge! // Links mentioned in the show // Ask Pastor John Why God hares Africa: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-OAwzEPbCZE Sean McDowell videos: https://www.youtube.com/c/SeanMcDowell-info Bible for Grown Ups Series: https://northpoint.org/messages/the-bible-for-grown-ups/last-things-first Apologia Studios: https://www.youtube.com/c/ApologiaStudios Ken Ham: http://answersingenesis.org Allen Parr: https://www.youtube.com/user/thebeatagp // Other Episodes You May Enjoy // BONUS: Extraterrestrials and Christianity: https://realtalkchristianpodcast.com/episodes/bonus-extraterrestrials-and-christianity/ 065: Beatless Worship: https://realtalkchristianpodcast.com/episodes/065-beatless-worship/ 013: Youth Sports vs The Church: https://realtalkchristianpodcast.com/episodes/013-youth-sports-vs-the-church/ 008: Teens & College Students, Part 1 (Being a Christian in a Public School): https://realtalkchristianpodcast.com/episodes/008-teens-college-students-part-1/ 007: The Untamable Tongue: https://realtalkchristianpodcast.com/episodes/007-the-untamable-tongue/ // Helpful Links // The Christian Standard Bible: https://bit.ly/3rulKqi Lifeway Christian Resources: https://bit.ly/3qka4Wv Got Questions?: https://bit.ly/3vSMJfq Dwell Bible App: https://bit.ly/3zUYq8E Cross Formed Kids from Ryan Coatney: https://bit.ly/3h19isZ RTC Quick Links: https://linktr.ee/realtalkchristianpodcast RTC Merch Store: https://real-talk-christian-podcast.creator-spring.com/ RTC Online: www.realtalkchristianpodcast.com
During LakePoint Sports' recent Youth Sports Summit, two-time NFL All-Pro Ovie Mughelli, the Boys & Girls Club of America's Frank Sanchez and LakePoint Sports President and CEO Mark M. O'Brien joined host Kelsey Wingert for a discussion on the youth sports landscape.
For the 101st episode of Concussion Talk Podcast my guest is Dr. Julie Stamm. Julie is a clinical assistant professor of kinesiology at the University of Wisonsin, a neuroscientist, an athletic trainer, and the author of "The Brain on Youth Sports". She is also an avid fan (University of Wisconsin Badgers Volleyball, for example) and athlete of several sports. She joins me to discuss concussions in youth sports, CTE, and how we can keep sports fun, enjoy all the benefits, and simply reduce the brain trauma! Please consider supporting Concussion Talk Podcast on Patreon!
In this episode of Fight Back, Adriana Contreras joins us to discuss the health and safety of student-athletes in high school and collegiate sports. Adriana is a voluntary Assistant Coach on the swim team at UC Davis, a Senior Group Coach for the DART swimming team, a former Assistant Swimming Coach at the University of the Pacific, Head Swimming Coach at St. Francis High School, and a certified professional and collegiate Division I soccer referee.Adriana talks about how parents should communicate with their children's coaches and doctors to create a healthy sporting experience, the mental health challenges brought on by high-pressure athletics—including the lessons learned from Simone Biles' Olympic experiences—what student-athletes should know about the rules and regulations around performance-enhancing drugs, and much more.
In this episode, we initially discuss a fraud scheme where multiple former NBA players, and a few coaches, defrauded the NBA's medical and dental policy to the tune of $2.5 million! What could the former players be facing! Second, we do a quick rules ed about recent violations at Jacksonville State (Go Gamecocks)! We have a fun interview with Reed Langdon, a principal and father, who talks to us about youth sports; lastly, AP makes his picks for the weekend. Will he go 4-0 like last week? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/twolawyers/message
Ben Sherwood, founder and CEO of MOJO, and has coached his sons for the last 12 years in four sports. During that time, he also served as president of the Disney ABC Television Group and president of ABC News. Like many recreational coaches, he noticed that there were few if any resources to help the busy parent coach as he or she travelled from work to the practice field. So, he founded MOJO (@yougotmojo). Today we speak about the founding of the company, the need to help our recreational coaches more so than our top level coaches, and how we can make sports for children age 4-14 better. MOJO is on a mission to make youth sports more fun and magical for everyone – one kid, one coach, one family at a time. Launched in February 2021, MOJO is a robust digital platform that empowers parents who coach youth sports to bring world-class training to the largest pool of players in the world – kids aged 13 and under. Winner of the Webby Award for Best Sports App of 2021, MOJO believes that youth sports has the power to transform lives, not just for the kids on the field but the coaches and parents on the sidelines. MOJO is committed to equity, inclusion and helping to level the playing field for kids everywhere. For more information, visit www.mojo.sport. Do you want to access all of our videos from the 2021 Way of Champions Conference? They are now available here: Click Here to Learn More. This includes sessions with Steve Kerr, Brad Stevens, Cindy Timchal, Jenny Levy, George Mumford, Tara VanDerveer, and Quin Snyder along wth Anson. It is hours of top level coach education on connecting with your athletes, building your culture, and winning the “Inner Game.” This episode is sponsored by GoodSport! GoodSport™ is a natural sports drink that delivers superior hydration backed by science with a delicious thirst-quenching taste. And what's really cool about it, is that it's made from milk. It turns out, milk is packed with electrolytes and has been shown to hydrate better than traditional sports drinks and water. GoodSport ultrafilters milk to remove its protein and harness its electrolytes, carbs and vitamins to provide superior hydration in a clear and refreshing beverage. GoodSport™ has three times the electrolytes than traditional sports drinks with 33 percent less sugar. GoodSport™ is lactose free and provides a good source of calcium and an excellent source of B vitamins. I really enjoy GoodSport™ but what gets me most excited is the brand's commitment to fostering a positive sports culture aimed at getting and keeping more people in the game. GoodSport™ supports athletes with naturally powerful hydration and celebrates the natural good that comes from sports. GoodSport™ – Grab the Good. Check it out at goodsport.com. This week's podcast is also brought to you by our friends at Sports Refund. Many of you probably buy trip insurance, every winter I buy ski pass insurance, to make sure that if I get injured I can get my money back on that expensive investment. Well, many of us spend thousands of dollars on our kids sports club fees, but what if they get hurt? In many cases you cannot get your money back, but now with Sports Refund you can. And it's not just for long term broken bones or torn ligaments. It is only a 14 day waiting period, so you even get a refund if you roll that ankle or pull a hammy! For just pennies on the dollar, you can make sure that if your child gets sick or injured and misses a month or more you can get your money back, or your club can get paid. It's a great product, just go to www.sportsrefund.com/game and get your free quote, and if it sounds good you can either get your club to sign up, or you can purchase on your own. Become a Podcast Champion! This weeks podcast is also sponsored by our Patreon Podcast Champions. Help Support the Podcast and get FREE access to our most popular online courses, a $300 value. If you love the podcast, we would love for you to become a Podcast Champion, (https://www.patreon.com/wayofchampions) for as little as a cup of coffee per month (OK, its a Venti Mocha), to help us up the ante and provide even better interviews, better sound, and an overall enhanced experience. Plus, as a $10 per month Podcast Super-Champion, you will have access to never before released and bonus material, including: Downloadable transcripts of our best podcasts, so you don't have to crash your car trying to take notes! A code to get free access to our online course called “Coaching Mastery,” usually a $97 course, plus four other courses worth over $100, all yours for free for becoming a patron. 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Parents are a vital part of youth sports. They are key stakeholders, and knowing how to deal with them is important to a successful season. Today I will discuss some great tips and advice for coaches who work with young athletes.
This Friday episode begins with a quick check-in on some of the tournament action this week before transitioning to a mailbag. Andy and Brendan put the call out for questions minutes before recording, and they run through a series of both golf and non-golf queries on the fly. Then the second half is a Precision Pro Flashback Friday on a past Las Vegas Invitational, featuring 3-time winner Jim Furyk, who beat Jonathan Kaye, a “bad boy” rebel on Tour. They discuss some of the amusing circumstances around that 1999 Vegas Invitational, Furyk, and Kaye, including the details around his 2-month suspension and multiple run-ins with both fans and the commissioner.
In this recording of a Live Interview for Patrons from 9/22, we speak with The Nation sports editor Dave Zirin about his new book, The Kaepernick Effect, and how a series of protests in youth sports, namely among black youth, set off firestorms and backlash in dozens of small towns throughout the country. And what the "leave politics out of sports" ethos says about the evergreen importance of racial disciplining in sports media.
Team building is a very common practice by coaches, however it is not always successful or done optimally. Given how important it can be to have a cohesive teams, understanding how to foster cohesive teams is incredibly important. In saying this, I am so pleased to be joined today by team cohesion expert Dr. Mark Bruner (2:54). Dr. Bruner is a Canada Research Chair in Youth Development through Sport and Physical Activity and a Professor in the School of Physical and Health Education at Nipissing University. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Saskatchewan and completed his postdoctoral training at Queen's University. His research program, which is funded by Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC), investigates group dynamics and psychosocial development in youth sport and physical activity settings. Dr. Bruner has published over 70 academic journal articles, 9 chapters, and co-edited a book, The Power of Groups in Youth Sport. He is also an active review board member for The Sport Psychologist, and a learning facilitator for the Coaching Association of Canada. Dr. Bruner has been a mental performance consultant for 19 years and worked with elite youth and university sport teams, the Canadian Armed Forces, and business corporations. Dr. Bruner utilizes an evidence-informed approach to optimize group dynamics, team performance, team member development and mental health in sport and organizational contexts. Recently, he also was brought on to the North Bay Battalion of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) as a mental performance consultant. During the interview, myself and Dr. Bruner discuss some great topics around team culture, like: - How to develop cohesive teams - Why being deliberate in your approach to team building is key - Practical team building activities for coaches to do + a ton more! Dr. Mark Bruner's Contact Information: Twitter: @Mark_Bruner Website: Groups for Youth Development If you are a coach, parent or an athlete who is interested in learning more about how I could help you or your athlete(s) reach your goals through mental performance coaching, please send me an email to email@example.com. Would you like to connect with me to ask questions? Then please click here to select a time in my calendar: https://taylorstaden-98.youcanbook.me My socials: Instagram: @taylorstaden Twitter: @taylorstaden Facebook: Taylor Staden Click for email updates: https://mailchi.mp/7ac56abb92a8/mental-dive-season-2-psychology-of-coaching
In this part 2 of Going from Zero to World Class Andres and Alex look at the art of learning. The meta learning is what will inform us of what to learn and how. When we combine this information with the deep practice discussed in the last episode we create the ideal learning practice to go from zero to world class in record time. Time stamps: 1. Episode 41 recap - 3:39 2. What is Meta learning - 15:47 3. The importance of outliers - 24:35 4. How to deadlift 400lbs training 5 mins per week - 36:20 5. DSSS - 39:15 6. CFE - 46:34 7. Questions to ask - 53:50 8. Art of Impossible learning method - 1:08
Check out the full video https://youtu.be/ZBjg2uJQKysExclusive with Renata Porter who provides consulting services to young companies and non-profit youth sports organizations. She works in leadership practices, organization excellence, and strategic planning, and she wants to see people take action.Learn more about Renata https://renataporter.comFind Full Episodes at https://www.transformupodcasts.com/show/the-transform-u-live-show/------Follow us at:Instagram - https://instagram.com/transformuliveshow------Marcus Hart is the author of six books, entrepreneur, military veteran, and emerging actor. He hosts The Transform U! Live Show, a talk show distributed as a podcast. Learn and hear the stories of spiritual insight from conscious people around the world, become inspired, motivated, and transformed with TRANSFORM U! https://www.amazon.com/Marcus-Contrell-Hart/e/B01H2DE1AM%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_share
Want to learn how to go from Zero to World class in 6-12 months? This is part 1 of a two part series on the art and science of learning. Andres and Alex break down what talent actually is and how to cultivate it. What it takes to develop world class skill and how to hack the 10,000 hour rule. Instagram: @dre_muniz @amattero
When I was 11 years old, I face-planted snow sledding and gave myself two black eyes and a slight concussion. I remember being sleepy, dizzy, and struggling to concentrate for a few days. Luckily, I only whacked my head like that a couple times growing up, but some teenagers do it every day during sports practice. What do contact sports do long term to our brains? At what age are we responsible enough to make a decision about putting our brains in harm's way? On this week's podcast, author and PhD researcher, Julie Stamm shares her best plan for the future of brian-safe sports. Listen & Learn TBI vs. Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) Age limits, contact limits, and best practices How to shift a gladiator culture - and should we? Game changes suggestions Gear upgrades / downgrades Resources & Links: Julie's Website ABOUT OUR GUEST Julie Stamm, PhD, is a clinical assistant professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the author of the book, The Brain on Youth Sports. Nutritional Tip of the Week: Collagen Like the Show? Leave us a Review on iTunes
As our kids are getting older, we want to know the best way to support their athletic goals without pushing too hard. This week on the podcast, we spoke with licensed marriage and family therapist, Nina Westbrook, about the balance, the joy, and the struggles of competing in youth sports. Nina shares her first-hand experience working her way up to NCAA Division I Women's Basketball at UCLA. She also tells us how we can help navigate our kids through sports, other interests, and mental well-being. Nina is dedicated to inspiring mental health, interpersonal growth, and self-connection. She has useful tools designed to cultivate a sense of well-being in every area of life: https://benebynina.com/ Thank you for listening! Your support means the world to us. Do you have ideas for podcast guests? Send us a note! Would you consider leaving a review? We also love feedback: firstname.lastname@example.org We wrote a book! Learn more here and if you've read it please leave us a review: www.theholdernessfamily.com/book Join our Facebook family: www.facebook.com/theholdernessfamily Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/theholdernessfamily Find us on YouTube: www.youtube.com/theholdernessfamily About the Holderness Family : Penn, Kim, Lola, and Penn Charles Holderness create original music, parodies, and Vlogs for YouTube and Facebook to poke fun of themselves and celebrate the absurdity in circumstances most families face in their day to day life. They published "Christmas Jammies" in December 2013 and life hasn't been the same. Since then, their popular parodies, "All About That Baste", "Baby Got Class," and original music "Snow Day" have received national news coverage. Penn, the Dad, took a chance and left his job as a news anchor to join his wife Kim, the Mom, at their video production and digital marketing company, Greenroom Communications, LLC. Lola and Penn Charles are always happy, respectful and eat all of their vegetables (that last sentence is a lie). The Holderness Family Podcast is Edited and Engineered by Max Trujillo of Trujillo Media.
Julie M Stamm, Ph.D., neuroscientist and author of The Brain On Youth Sports, discusses the issue of repetitive trauma to the brain. Dr. Stamm focuses on the science behind injuries and the need for parents and the athletic and medical communities to address the issue.
This episode is all about how to coach your kid in sports. What do they need to hear from you, when do they need to hear it, and when should you focus on being a dad instead of a coach?My guest is Louie LeBlanc, head coach at Westminster Christian Academy in Huntsville Alabama. Louie was a graduate assistant at the University of Alabama under Nick Saban and coached at the University of West Georgia.
The conversations that take place after competitive matches or events can often be emotionally charged for the young athlete, parents and coach. Yet do you consider the importance of these conversations and the impact this can have on their sporting experience? This podcast episode is designed to help you take a step back and consider whether your approach is useful. It will help you start supporting your son or daughter or athletes so that they develop a growth mindset and have healthy self-confidence and self-esteem. You'll stop instilling fear to motivate them, you'll go on to create a safe and supportive environment so that they want to train and compete for themselves. They'll also likely go on to play with more freedom and enjoy themselves more too which is what it should be all about when you're young. Key Takeaways include: Supporting children to develop the quality of learning orientation will mean that they'll be more likely to respond positively to challenges or obstacles, seeking the learning from such situations. They'll place an emphasis on improving their skills. New experiences and the unexpected they'll handle well, worrying less than many people. Do you place too much emphasis on external factors (winning, losing, the scoreboard in your conversations) perhaps start asking some different questions? Do you get caught up in making assumptions around your child's thinking and pointing things out that may not have happened in their world? Connect with David Charlton Accelerator Course: Achieving Your Goals Faster Download THE FOCUSED ATHLETE CHECKLIST Join David @ The Sports Psychology Hub Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIN Our Podcast Sponsor Kymira Sport Useful Youth Sport Psychology Resource Youth Sport Motivation Checklist Parental Sport Motivation Checklist Useful Podcast Episodes Podcast Ep049: James Maurice - How Does Sport Psychology in Elite Football Academies Help Podcast Ep055: Natalie Henderson, John Fletcher & James Maurice - How to Develop Mental Strength in Young Athletes Podcast Ep064: Edu Rubio - How to Support Young Footballers Podcast Ep067: David Charlton – Supporting Children to Transfer Their Skills from Training to Competition Podcast Ep074: David Charlton – How Can I Make My Child Feel Confident Relevant Blogs Blog - 5 Ways to Create a Psychological Safe Sporting Environment Blog - 9 Tips for Children from Olympians Blog 5 Tips for Parents to Help their Children Perform with Confidence Blog - How to Help Young Footballers Find the Zone Blog - How do You Give a Young Golfer Self Confidence
Welcome to another episode Head Coach Jeff Paiva Rhode Island Interscholastic League football season is in full swing and we getting into week 2 playing their first game against a tough chariho team. That hung with Div 2 Westerly Bulldogs for the first half of that game. After #StanleyDunbar and his staff made adjustments the Bulldogs ran away with a 20-3 2nd half of the game. North Smithfield Mount Saint charles Coming into this season with low numbers, and a head coach change when Wes Pennington moved on to West Warwick Wizards football, And the AD knew right away that JeffPaiva was plenty capable of handeling the responsibilities. And OHBOY he is getting a big taste of being the top guy. Emerson Kilgore who is a big supporter of the #CWKIR podcast page .(TOPIC) Highschool football officiating and the challanges that they face every week on and off the football field. And we need more to step up #BecomeAOfficial #RIIL really needs league officials Watch the video format of this interview at https://www.facebook.com/CWKIRpodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/canwekeepitreal/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/canwekeepitreal/support
This week John Bradley comes on to discuss Anne Helen Petersen's essay “Against Kids' Sports”. We discuss the true cost of youth sports and how youth sports organizations can responsibly address the negative side effects of sports professionalization.https://annehelen.substack.com/p/against-kids-sports?fbclid=IwAR2zDCqMxibSzZjAV5fGhw4Gri3u_DyRNSycGVO9BWVLIgeWceX73nSrAdg
In Episode #24, I discuss how socioeconomics plays a vital, almost solely, role in youth sports participation. I discuss how the rising costs of youth sports and the ever growing popularity of Club and Travel sports affect the participation numbers in 'Traditional' sports leagues. I also cover the difficulties families with a Low SES (Socioeconomic Status) are adversely affected by the emergence of Club and Travel sports. I have a Q & A with my guest who is working on her PhD in this area. We discuss a wide range of topics that affect youth sports participation. In the end, I offer my 'Three Takeaways.'As always, thanks for listening. Take CareYou can purchase your Beyond The Lines Podcast merchandise at www.samifiedcraftsshop.com
Colter Nuanez and guest co-host Riley Corcoran, the Voice of the Griz, are joined by national FCS analyst Sam Herder of HERO Sports to break down a big first week for the Big Sky Conference, including Montana's huge win over Washington. Later in the show, Jessica Kehoe of Alpine Physical Therapy joins for the Youth Sports segment, and Colter and Riley talk about high school football results from around the state of Montana.
On the show, professors Kenneth Shropshire and Scott Rosner dissect the bizarre scandal of the week, which is the Bishop Sycamore HS game and the role of youth sport today. The two also discuss the U.S. Tennis Open where top all-stars are out from injury and move on to the investigation into Urban Meyer's controversial comments about player cuts and vaccine status - does this connect to the recent cut of Cam Newton from The Patriots, too? Stay up-to-date on the latest from Global Sport Matters, click here for more.
In this EP, Dom Gauthier and I get into a great chat about all things athlete development with Matt Young. Matt is an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year finalist, Business in Vancouver Top 40 Under 40, and Caldwell Partners Canadian Top 40 Under 40 business award winner. This serial entrepreneur graduated with a Kinesiology Degree from the University of British Columbia and started his first start-up company, a boutique health & fitness business: Innovative Fitness. Matt's ability to distill complex constructs into bite-sized pieces that can be more easily understood & activated by those delivering the service and the consumer has made him a sought-after business consultant. This is a great performance conversation, enjoy!
Here's your morning news: South Lake Tahoe nearly deserted due to fires; Chaparral Fire at 80% containment; A federal civil rights lawsuit accuses the Beverly Hills PD of racial discrimination; L.A. County revises COVID rules for youth sports Support the show: https://support.laist.com/laistnav
I speak to Dr Camilla Knight in this week's episode. Camilla is a professor at Swansea University specialising in sport psychology, particularly in youth sport. Her particular area of interest is around parent involvement in sport. Camilla completed her BSc and MSc at Loughborough University, and her PhD at the University of Alberta in Canada. She is also the lead of the Welsh Research Advisory and Evaluation group for the Child Protection in Sport Unit, a member of the Welsh Safeguarding in Sport Strategy group, and the Youth Sport lead for the Welsh Institute of Performance Science. We speak about parents in sport: the challenges they face; helping coaches understand their perspective; and simple ways that coaches can help to create a parent-positive environment.
We know that youth sports specialization leads to injury and burnout. But what is the data in regards to how it impacts performance and future athletic success? Listen to our latest episode as we discuss the data including that of the NBA, NFL, and MLB.
Introduction: Host Michael Rand takes a look at the Vikings' decision to bring back defensive end Everson Griffen from a number of angles -- a couple of them unsurprising and one of them fairly surprising. He's the fourth former member of the defense to return in 2021, joining Mackensie Alexander, Sheldon Richardson and Stephen Weatherly. He's part of an overall defensive upgrade in the offseason that has seen the Vikings dole out more than 200 times as much guaranteed money to that side of the ball than to outside free agents on offense. And Griffen has the potential to be a disruption in the locker room after social media comments critical of Kirk Cousins. 8:00: Columnist Chip Scoggins joins the show to talk about his recent story on the big business of charitable gaming and how it funds a lot of youth sports initiatives in Minnesota. Youth sports organizations in the state generated more than $100 million in net receipts -- no, that's not a misprint -- in 2020, and the number could go up this year. Scoggins discusses how we got to this point, where the money is doing and what the potential problems are with all of this. 28:00: Is there finally good news for people trying to watch the Twins, Wild, Wolves and other teams on Bally Sports North? That's the message from a recent report. Also, a brief Kirill Kaprizov update and an appreciation of the St. Paul Saints.
Our guest this week is the head baseball coach of St. Albans School and co-founder of https://summer.stalbansschool.org/sports/baseball (Bulldog Baseball). After his own decorated playing career, RJ has worked with kids of all ages in youth sports from toddlers all the way through high school. He has spent years coaching and developing players and has had countless success stories. RJ was terrific on how much better players are today, the different ways that players need to be related to, the upside and downside of specialization. We also get into what makes a good coach, the need for clear communication, and what drives coaches crazy. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy Support this podcast
Part two of a two-part conversation on youth sports. We examine our efforts to introduce our children to athletics and discuss some of the benefits and the challenges that come with competition.**Content Warning: there are references to sexual assault of minors made in minutes 38-41 of the episode. Show Notes and Links- We discuss the violations of trust and the harmful impact of Larry Nassar on the women and girls of USA Gymnastics and Jerry Sandusky on Penn State Football players- Dedan shares his concerns related to Attenuated growth and female gymnasts.- Harris discusses his family's recent experience at a camp for kids and siblings with special health needs and the importance of an effective Allergy Action Plan. - Normally role-modelesque dad LeBron gives the ref at his son's game the blues.- Additional youth sports safety resources- Information connecting the dots between Football and Brain Injury- We may not be able to answer the question, "What is sportsmanship," but this young pitcher embodies it. - Bryan introduces us to the concept of Competitive empathy and tennis phenoms Osaka & Gauff show us what it looks like.-Download the free Nike Training Club app and check out these NTC Family Workouts with your kid(s).Additional ResourcesOrganized Sports for KidsYouth Sports Facts: Benefits of Physical ActivityPros and Cons of Youth Sports ParticipationThe Pros and Cons of Youth Sports Aren't Only PhysicalWhy 70 percent of kids quit sports by age 13Kids and Sports: 8 Things I Wish I'd Known When They StartedSports Meant So Much to Me. Why Wouldn't My Son Play? Podcast - ESPN Daily - The Surprising Science Behind Epic Athletes (Re-Air) Commercial - NFL says 'Football is gay. Football is queer. Football is accepting.' The Trevor Project National Survey Email: email@example.comIG: https://www.instagram.com/dadgenespodcast/