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The Feldman Report
Feldman Report: Youth sports struggling with shortage of officials

The Feldman Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 0:56


New figures indicate that that over half of all youth umpires are 55 years or older. WWJ's Murray Feldman has more. 

The S.L.I.D.E. - Little League Baseball Podcast
24 – Getting Funky with the Monkeys

The S.L.I.D.E. - Little League Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 50:19


A BananaBall inspired team, The Funky Monkeys, out of the Charlotte North Carolina area join the show in a fun pact Banana crazy episode. Special guests hop in to surprise the players and talk about what it means to be a Savannah Banana. Guests include Head of Baseball Operations Coach Viro, catcher Dalton Cornett, and outfielder Breland Almadova from the Savannah Bananas. This episode walks you through some of the whacky BananaBall rules and we also get to hear the Funky Monkeys talk about their experiences playing on this team. They also have some hidden talents on the field just like the actual Savanah Bananas. We also talk to one of their star catchers, Stella about what its like playing the game of baseball as a young girl. Also, look out Billy Ray, there's a new MULLET in town. You've got to hear this!!!! This episode is as entertaining as you would expect and is a must listen. Funky Monkeys: @funkymonkeybaseball Instagram: @theslidepodcastshow Facebook: theslidepodcast Twitter: #Theslidepod TikTok: @Theslidepodcastshow www.theslidepodcastshow.com

The Freshman Foundation Podcast
FFP49: How is Dominic Shannon building a development-first youth basketball program?

The Freshman Foundation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 48:53


How is Dominic Shannon building a development-first youth basketball program? AAU basketball isn't always viewed in the most favorable light. Detractors argue that there is an overemphasis on winning, physical overuse for the athlete, and no real team cohesion. However, not all AAU programs are created equally. My guest, Dominic Shannon, is Program Director for All-In Sports based in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He is a former basketball player that has coached in both high school and college. Dominic left a job in corporate America to pursue his vision for All-In Sports, a basketball program that would emphasize the development of young athletes. In seven years since it was founded, All-In Sports has attracted over 100 players by developing a community-oriented, highly collaborative team culture.In Episode 49, Dominic shares his passion for preparing young athletes for success on and off the court.So, what's your biggest takeaway from my conversation with Dominic Shannon?My biggest takeaway is that families should look for an AAU or club program that fits their family's values. My suggestion to families is to do your homework when selecting a sports program. Development-oriented sports programs exist. Investing time to research and ask the right questions will make all the difference.I want to thank Dominic for his kind generosity and the wisdom he shared with The Freshman Foundation Community.You can learn more about All-In Sports at https://allinsportsclub.com and on Instagram @allinsportsclub.To learn HOW mental performance coaching can help your mind work FOR you rather than AGAINST you, visit https://michaelvhuber.com.Thank you for listening. We'll see you back soon for Episode 50!

Hoopchalk - AAU Youth Basketball Podcast
The Student Has Become The Teacher!! GOOD GAWD!

Hoopchalk - AAU Youth Basketball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 16:04


This is by far my favorite episode. God Bless The Child that's got his own is all I'm going to say about this one. Take a listen!  And click here to get your copy of Mental Toughness For Young Athletes: https://amzn.to/3BxdRqq Thank you for allowing us to be a small part of your day!  

The Rest and Recovery Podcast
Joseph Guzman | Sleep & Athletic Performance, Youth Sports & Life on the Road

The Rest and Recovery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 40:00


Episode 119 In this episode, I speak with Joseph Guzman, former professional baseball player now sport agent with Empowerment Sports Group. He has over 6 years' experience as adviser, mentor, and talent recruiter. His coaching positions include work with the Kansas City Royals organization at their Dominican Academy giving instruction, as well as mentoring their recently signed Latin American prospects. He was also an assistant Cultural Development Coordinator with the Royals, teaching the young prospects English. Following the opportunity with the Royals, Joseph was an assistant coach for the Covington Lumberjacks of the Valley League where he helped them to a playoff appearance. Joseph recruited, draft and has worked with dozens of players in the MLB. Topics Discussed: Athletic Performance & Sleep Life on the Road Evolution Coaching and Support Importance of a Support System Paying It Forward Empowering the Youth Sleep & Recovery Social Pressures Instagram: @empowermentsg @josephrguzman Website: www.empowermentsportsgroup.com Reading: How to Rewire the Vagus Nerve Be Like Amazon Listening To: Podcast: Head of the Curve, Crush Performance R&R: Blue Light Blocking Glasses SUBSCRIBE, SHARE, RATE and REVIEW *Anything discussed in this episode is not medical advice and you should always check with a health professional prior to taking any actions. Please leave a rating and review Connect with me on YouTube , Instagram and Twitter Website: www.berestedbewell.com Mighty Meals: https://eatmightymeals.com/order/r/berestedbewell/ BioStrap: https://biostrap.com/order-evo/?ref=scottshortmeyeru BiOptimizers: www.bioptimizers.com CODE: BERESTED for 10% Discount Condition One Bars: www.goconditionone.com/rest or Code: REST for 20% Discount HVMN https://hvmn.me/rest - Code REST for 10% OFF Therasage Infrared Saunas - www.therasage.com Code REST for Discounts EnergyBits: www.energybits.com **20% DISCOUNT CODE: REST Xendurance: http://shopxnd.com/berestedbewell Clearlight Infrared Saunas: https://qj959.isrefer.com/go/restandrecovery/restrecoverypodcast Tusol Wellness (Smoothies): https://tusolwellness.com/?rfsn=5207570.45dc97 CODE: SCOTT20 Nitric Oxide for You https://no2u.com Code REST for 10% OFF

The S.L.I.D.E. - Little League Baseball Podcast
23 – Dominating the Diamond with Duke Baxter

The S.L.I.D.E. - Little League Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 77:04


What an episode we have in store with Duke Baxter! You will learn very early on that by the end of the episode you will want to run through a brick wall for Coach Duke. The show has many stories about respect and how parents and coaches can instill respect in their kids from a very young age. Duke talks about ways that he helps both coaches and young athletes to reach the upmost respect for the game and the people involved in the game. He also talks about his book, “Taking on the Title of Coach”. This book is a must read for coaches on any level. Players make sure to listen and hang on to every word Duke says about “not dropping the mic”. One of the main points of our conversation with Duke was about the 24-hour rule. Also, a conversation was had about what age is a good time for travel ball. This episode is instructional, entertaining, and exciting all at the same time, which is exactly who Duke Baxter is. The inspiration in this episode runs very deep and each coach or player that listens to this episode will be fired up about getting back in between those chalk lines.

Slate Daily Feed
Mom & Dad: Youth Sports Are Out of Control

Slate Daily Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 26:20


On this episode: Elizabeth, Zak, and Jamilah share their parenting triumphs and fails. Then Zak talks with journalist and former coach, Linda Flanagan about her book Take Back the Game. They discuss the transformation of kids sports into the ultra competitive, time consuming juggernaut it is today. They also talk about the culture of cruel coaching and what signals parents are sending to their kids when they dedicate a significant number weeknights and weekends to kids sports.  Then on Slate Plus, the hosts discuss controversial figures, like Elon Musk and Kanye West, that have the power to influence young children.  If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get an ad-free experience across the network and exclusive content on many shows—you'll also be supporting the work we do here on Mom and Dad are Fighting. Sign up now at slate.com/momanddadplus to help support our work. Join us on Facebook and email us at momanddad@slate.com to ask us new questions, tell us what you thought of today's show, and give us ideas about what we should talk about in future episodes.  Podcast produced by Kristie Taiwo-Makanjuola and Rosemary Belson. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Mom and Dad Are Fighting | Slate's parenting show
Youth Sports Are Out of Control

Mom and Dad Are Fighting | Slate's parenting show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 26:20


On this episode: Elizabeth, Zak, and Jamilah share their parenting triumphs and fails. Then Zak talks with journalist and former coach, Linda Flanagan about her book Take Back the Game. They discuss the transformation of kids sports into the ultra competitive, time consuming juggernaut it is today. They also talk about the culture of cruel coaching and what signals parents are sending to their kids when they dedicate a significant number weeknights and weekends to kids sports.  Then on Slate Plus, the hosts discuss controversial figures, like Elon Musk and Kanye West, that have the power to influence young children.  If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get an ad-free experience across the network and exclusive content on many shows—you'll also be supporting the work we do here on Mom and Dad are Fighting. Sign up now at slate.com/momanddadplus to help support our work. Join us on Facebook and email us at momanddad@slate.com to ask us new questions, tell us what you thought of today's show, and give us ideas about what we should talk about in future episodes.  Podcast produced by Kristie Taiwo-Makanjuola and Rosemary Belson. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Heather Whatever
Episode 38-Free Nick

Heather Whatever

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 55:43


On this episode of Heather Whatever the crew touches on a variety of topics including the Darrell Brooks trial and conviction, Nick's day trading and Heather's theory on the markets (it's pretty good). Plus, Nick gets into another youth soccer altercation leading to a brief suspension and a short #FreeNick movement.  Speaking of free, shipping is free on purchases over $100 at www.TheHeatherPresley.com. Check it out.

The S.L.I.D.E. - Little League Baseball Podcast
22 – Late Nite Chalk Talk with Aaron & Bryson

The S.L.I.D.E. - Little League Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 55:30


In today's episode of the Slide Podcast, coach Aaron and Bryson have a late night talk about baseball as we learn more about Bryson, the baseball manager for USC in Columbia. He started in high school playing and looking for schools to go to. That, along with the worries of getting recruited or not, lead to the stress mounting up. Eventually, he realized he was meant to be at USC. Daily life for Bryson is on the pitch from 1:00 to 1:30PM to get things set up for the team and practice. Bryson says that the experience has helped make long-lasting connections with coaches and players. Next, Aaron and Bryson discuss the end of the season for Aaron's team and why they don't let the kids know the scores until the end. It's about fostering camaraderie and teamwork and development over winning. The two go on to talk about the similarities and differences of their childhoods in baseball and also learning to let go of losing games. Things have changed since the sandlot days and it is a shame that fields are controlled by the local government with nowhere for kids to just go and play without having to rent a field at a specific time, weeks ahead. In the future, Bryson has thought about the possibility of coaching youth baseball but worries that his competitiveness with the younger kids could cause problems. You have to tailor expectations to the ages of kids. Teach your kids sportsmanship over competitiveness. If you are thinking of becoming a coach, remember that kids follow the lead of the adults around them. Smile, have fun, and have patience. Find us online: Instagram: @theslidepodcastshow Facebook: www.facebook.com/theslidepodcast Twitter: TheSlidePod

Todd N Tyler Radio Empire
10/27 5-1 Youth Sports Refs

Todd N Tyler Radio Empire

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 23:51


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Totally Reprise - Audio Entropy
Totally Reprise Has Always Been Cool Ep 44: Breakdown! At The Supermarket

Totally Reprise - Audio Entropy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022


It's a slower paced episode as we get some booze at the store and get to all this work we have on our desk. There's no way we're going out looking for some character whose disappearance has been a Z plot! We talk about: The Skyward Sword Defender Has Logged On, Three Hopes, 2001, Totally Reprise Season 7, Fuck Windom Earle, Grace Zabriskie The GOAT, Cool Bike, French Ladies, Wendy's Assassination, Audrey Got So Much Hotter, No Context Names, COORDINATES, Girls In Bars, Youth Sports, Club Podcast,

City Cast Philly
How the FDR Park Plan Could Impact Youth Sports

City Cast Philly

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 13:41


We've been getting a lot of perspectives on the FDR Park Plan — a $250 million redesign project of the former golf course that would add a welcome center, new soccer fields, playgrounds, and more wetlands. Some people would like to see it remain an open green space, while others see a need for more athletic fields and recreation spots for the city's youth. Today, City Cast Philly host Trenae Nuri talks with Anthony Meadows, president of the youth sports organization, South Philly Sigma Sharks, about how this master plan could benefit the kids he serves.  If you'd like to hear why some folks in South Philly oppose the FDR Park Plan, be sure to check out yesterday's episode: https://pod.link/city-cast-philly/episode/e190c95d60981436da8c4e13ce1eb4c0 Want some more Philly news? Then make sure to sign up for our morning newsletter, Hey Philly.  We're also on Twitter and Instagram! Follow us @citycastphilly. Have a question or just want to share some thoughts with the team? Leave us a voicemail at 215-259-8170.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

WINNER'S MINDSET
GYSA & COACH WOODSON: Education, Youth, & Sports | THE ELITE ATHLETE PODCAST | EPISODE 5

WINNER'S MINDSET

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 44:51


We're back! This time we got Coach Woodson clocking in with us to talk about all youth sports, the benefits of starting young & educating others on how to get started in sports or as a coach.

Coaches Clinic Podcast
EP. 24 - The Problem With Youth Sports With Chase Rowe

Coaches Clinic Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 58:24


On this weeks episode of the Coaches Clinic, we are joined by special guest Chase Rowe. Chase coached at Laroche College and the Detroit Tigers and now owns Battleground Baseball and the Pittsburgh Spikes! Join the staff as we talk about how we would disrupt youth sports! 

Raising Daughters
When and Why Youth Sports Went Off the Rails

Raising Daughters

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 33:35


Show Notes:  Learn in this podcast when and why youth sports changed into a commercialized business that is detrimental to children. The HISTORY of youth sports in the US Dr. Jordan retraces the history of … When and Why Youth Sports Went Off the Rails Read More »

Hot Take Central
10-20 Segment 5 - Coaching youth sports - Millennials blaming older generations for being the handouts - Out managing Matheny

Hot Take Central

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 39:23


10-20 Segment 5 - Coaching youth sports - Millennials blaming older generations for being the handouts - Out managing Matheny

Female Footballers
Professionalization in Youth Sports

Female Footballers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 32:47


This week we discuss our frustrations with the expectation of youth players to act like young professionals in a system that does not function in a professional manner. From a lack of communication to accountability, our youth system isn't functioning in a way that serves the our youth for success. Take a listen and let us know your thoughts! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/femalefootballers/support

Play No Games
Life after being a RUNNER & a TRACK STAR with Jordan EP 74

Play No Games

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 90:30


Chapters 0:00- Intro/ Meet Jordan ! 7:40- PNG About ( Trains, Hurricane Season, Health ) 17:25 - Youth Sports, Coaching, and More 45:41- The Life & Experience Of being a D1 Track Athlete 01:01:23 - Jordan Speaks on Dating Culture, Traditions and more _________________________________________________________ Play No Games is a society and culture podcast/show that delivers humor, genuine thoughts, relationship guidance and authentic introspections that will have you reflect at a higher vibration. They say if you know better you do better but we see people need more of a push. A mental health professional and salesman come together to give you our unfiltered, unapologetic, ways to digest life so you can level up in all aspect get ready to PLAY NO GAMES. Follow Cas, Arthur, RJ, Andrew and Rob as we elevate _______________________________________________________________________ Follow our guest Jordan IG: @lordanjatt ________________________________________________________________________ SUPPORT THE PLAY NO GAMES SHOW Donate Donate Here $herobob ________________________________________________________________________ Follow: Arthur @chefboyrdickson https://open.spotify.com/show/2NNGYTt... https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... Follow us on our IG page : lookhere.fri We have Audio only on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5P0jSBq... Check US out on IG https://www.instagram.com/lookhere.fri/

A Healthy Bite - ThatOrganicMom
Making Family Dinner Happen When Life is Busy

A Healthy Bite - ThatOrganicMom

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 36:34


This article was originally written in April 2015. In 2022, after a comment from my daughter, my goal was to slow down. I noticed it was becoming harder to get my family together, so I invited an expert to give us insight for making family meals happen. You'll find tons of helpful information above and below, including resources and links, a podcast episode, books, and more. What to do if Family Mealtimes Stop Happening The importance of family dinners is clear, however life happens. After four of my six children became adults and moved out, our routines gradually became less consistent. Add in the fact that my husband commutes to work. Family mealtimes weren't happening. While frequent family meals is high on my priority list, the cold hard fact is that as kids grow into young adults, it's not always possible, our schedules were all over the place. I reached out to FamilyDinnerProject.org for some tips. Links Mentioned In Podcast Benefits of Family Dinner for Adults (Empty Nesters, College Students, etc.) Family Breakfast Project - Activities with make ahead or quick breakfasts to get in some quality time Welcoming Table - A special series of resources for families with unique mealtime needs and challenges. Family members who are on the autism spectrum, or who have ADHD, learning disabilities, feeding disorders, or sensory processing issues need family dinner to be a safe and welcoming space.Technology at the Table - resources to help you decide what feels best for your family, along with fun ways to use devices to enhance family bonding, not distract from it.Youth Sports and Family Dinner - top tips and advice from a team of experts, as well as meal ideas that are perfect for busy athletes and their families. Use these tools as inspiration to keep family meals on the calendar, right alongside the big game.Eat, Laugh, Talk, The Family Dinner Playbook - 52 weeks of ideas for achievable family dinners with great food, fun and conversation. With tips to overcome common dinnertime obstacles, set goals and get closer as a family. Chapters on picky eating, screen time, tension at the table, busy schedules and more — plus hundreds of easy recipes and tons of ideas for engaging conversation and exciting dinner games. Other Posts Mentioned in Podcast Meet Bri DeRosa Bri DeRosa is a freelance writer and communications consultant with a background in creative and dramatic writing, arts education, and service learning. She's spent over a decade working in program development and creative initiatives, largely for non-profits and small businesses. Bri has been the Content Manager at The Family Dinner Project since 2014, has contributed to three cookbooks, and practices her family dinner skills every night at home with her husband and two teenage sons. Here are two examples of newsletters from the Family Dinner Project that are applicable to this podcast episode. Family Dinner with an Empty NestTeens at the Dinner Table Rebecca: I actually reached out to you because I am struggling myself with this subject, and so I thought as much as I try. And as much as this means to me, if I'm struggling, there have to be people out there that are also in the same boat. Rebecca: It's easy to think that, Oh, I'm the only one that has this problem. My life is so difficult and busy. But it's not true really.  Bri: No, I mean, it's. We hear from so many families that this is challenging, This is hard. Family meals have gotten more difficult over the years. The external pressures, the things that make family life what it is today are actually like, they pretty much work against family meal times, right? Bri: And, and everybody has this sense that like, I'm supposed to be able to do it all. I'm supposed to be able to do it all and do it perfectly. And that is not the. So, no, you are not the only one who is struggling. I do this for a living and I sometimes find it difficult,

IE Sports Radio
The Sports Couple Perspectives- Season 4: We've Returned! (For Real This Time)

IE Sports Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 81:02


FINALLY!!!! Cecilia and Larry B. are back at it with a new season that they'll actually be sticking to this time lol. Anyway, let's roll!

Dime Dropper
Legendary Coach Steve Morris on Issues in Youth Sports & NY Sports Memories

Dime Dropper

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 32:30


In this special episode, Dime Dropper talks to the Guru of Youth Sports and Author of "What Size Balls Do I Need?" Steve Morris. Coach Steve served as a mentor to Dime Dropper growing up & created the Summer Camp that he cherishes so deeply. He goes in depth about his experience in AYSO and issues/strategies in youth sports. To finish it off, he reflects on his earliest sports memories growing up in New York including the famous 70s' Knicks and Roger Maris Yankees.  FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA Twitter: https://twitter.com/DimeDropperPod Instagram, Facebook, & TikTok: @DimeDropperPod Coach Steve TikTok: @RealDickPunch

College Golf Talk
The Queen of Fundraising: Alex Goodwin

College Golf Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 34:25


Join Simon and Marie at the Home of Youth Sports as they talk through the recent rise of golf and other tips and tricks from their guest to make the most of your next fundraising event! For the Love of Sport is a podcast produced by SportsEngine, the youth and recreational sports division of NBC Sports NEXT. It takes you into the world of youth sports, giving you a chance to meet and celebrate the volunteers, business owners, and athletes who make them possible. Each episode offers insight into the behind-the-scenes efforts of parents, coaches, and volunteers who make youth sports possible. It also highlights the successes of the youth sports community and how that community helps kids become stronger, healthier, happier people on and off the field. Download and subscribe For the Love of Sport wherever you get your podcasts and stay tuned for future episodes!

Champion Conversations Podcast
Episode 26: Matt Young - Developing Culture, Character, + Confidence in Youth Sports

Champion Conversations Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 87:07


By the time they're 13, over two thirds of youth sports athletes have dropped out. Why? The pressures of a results-obsessed system, profits being prioritized over development, and sports parents and coaches failing to get on the same page. Another problem is that while only a handful of participants will make it to the pros, the entire youth sports model is fixated on “elite” performance. Matt Young and his partners at FSQ Sport have made it their mission to shake up youth sports. They partner with clubs, governing bodies, and associations to put the focus back on kids and establish development benchmarks and systems. This helps set high standards while giving children space to learn the soft skills that will set them up to become responsible and confident adults. Matt also incorporates best practices from other countries that emphasize sustainable, long-term development of well-rounded young people over box scores, win-loss records, and other stats. In this episode, Matt shares: · How to create shared values + expectations for young athletes, parents, and coaches · Why development is the best benchmark of ongoing success · Which 12 words can focus youth sports teams on the right priorities · Why every sports parent should focus on supporting their children first · How culture, character, + confidence are 80% of youth development Learn more from Matt via his Twitter feed, @mattyoung101 , and check out the FSQ Sport website, fsqsport.com.

Jamie and Stoney
Stoney & Jansen with Heather - Youth Sports Apps Strike Again

Jamie and Stoney

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 9:09


Football practice for Gov's kid was in question over a rainy forecast

Conversations@KAFM
Western Colo. Sports Roundup: Youth Sports, Community Wellness

Conversations@KAFM

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 12:28


Host: Ben Snyder Guest: Tawny Espinoza Air date: Oct 12, 2022

Science for Sport Podcast
132: Why Youth Sport Is Broken, and How We Can Fix It

Science for Sport Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 25:48


In episode 132, Linda Flanagan, Author, joins us. Specifically Linda will be looking at: Key issues affecting youth sports How coaches can improve these Role of parents in improving youth sport About Linda "Linda is a freelance journalist, researcher, and former cross-country and track coach. A graduate of Lehigh University, Flanagan holds master's degrees from Oxford University and the Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy and was an analyst for the National Security Program at Harvard University. She is a founding board member of the New York City chapter of the Positive Coaching Alliance and a 2020–21 advisory group member for the Aspen Institute's Reimagining School Sports initiative, and her writing on sports has appeared in The Atlantic, Runner's World, and on NPR's education site MindShift, where she is a regular contributor. A mother of three and a lifelong athlete, Flanagan lives in New Jersey." Twitter: @LindaFlanagan2 Instagram: @Lindaflanagan_author https://annehelen.substack.com/p/are-kids-sports-reformable FREE 7d COACH ACADEMY TRIAL SIGN UP NOW: https://bit.ly/sfsepisode132 Learn Quicker & More Effectively, Freeing Up Time To Spend With Friends And Family Optimise Your Athletes' Recovery Position Yourself As An Expert To Your Athletes And Naturally Improve Buy-In Reduce Your Athletes' Injury Ratese Save 100's Of Dollars A Year That Would Otherwise Be Spent On Books, Courses And More Improve Your Athletes' Performance Advance Forward In Your Career, Allowing You To Earn More Money And Work With Elite-Level Athletes Save Yourself The Stress & Worry Of Constantly Trying To Stay Up-To-Date With Sports Science Research

The 4D Athletes Podcast
#85 Nick Buonocore: Why does youth sports need to be reformed?

The 4D Athletes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 44:02


Nick Buonocore is the founder of the Reformed sports project. Nick Buonocore started The Reformed Sports Project to provide a platform for coaches and athletes from the highest levels to share their perspective and experiences with parents and kids. What started as a few interviews and some social media posts with quotes from these athletes and parents has turned into a movement, a podcast, and a social media giant. Nick uses his experiences as a former NCAA National Champion baseball player, his adventures coaching and parenting his own children, and his connections in the sports world to bring wisdom from the highest levels of sport down to your local town league Connect with Nick on Instagram Here https://www.instagram.com/reformed_sports_project/ Like the Reformed Sports Project on Facebook here https://www.facebook.com/reformedsportsproject/ Check out their website here https://reformedsportsproject.com/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/4dathletes/message

Consider This from NPR
Report on Pervasive Culture of Abuse in Women's Pro Soccer Incudes Youth Sports

Consider This from NPR

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022 14:11 Very Popular


Over the past few years, we've heard shocking allegations from women athletes about experiencing sexual harassment and abuse. And earlier this week a report was released outlining a pervasive culture of abuse among coaches in the National Women's Soccer League. Elite women soccer players were subjected to a range of abuse - from belittling comments to sexual advances.Sally Yates, former Acting Attorney General, led the investigation – which was a response to allegations made last year against coaches by a number of women players. Many of the charges had been reported in the past but never acted upon. Host Michel Martin speaks with Steph Yang, staff writer for The Athletic who covers women's soccer and Julie DiCaro author of the book "Sidelined: Sports, Culture and Being a Woman in America".In participating regions, you'll also hear a local news segment to help you make sense of what's going on in your community.Email us at considerthis@npr.org.

The Bruin bEATdown
Ep. 10 "The Impact of Youth Sports"

The Bruin bEATdown

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 79:46


Wright, Webb and Deaton sit down with 2 of our local youth coaches, Chris Jones and Ian Moreno, to talk about the impact youth sports has on the Bartlesville program. They talk about getting kids comfortable with contact, how to motivate the players and what drives them as youth coaches to help the players grow in their game.  

Athletic Training Chat
Ep. 116: Dr. Julie Stamm-Concussion Concerns

Athletic Training Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 45:36


Dr. Stamm is an athletic trainer, neuroscientist and concussion researcher. She recently wrote a book on how concussion and repetitive impacts can affect the brain of the developing of young children. This is obviously a big deal and it has become even more of a discussion with some of the high profile injuries that have occurred in the NFL. In this episode we talk about what has been happening with these injuries and a lot of the details around them and what it all means. We discuss the fencing response, second impact syndrome, and the ability for patients to make informed decisions after suffering a traumatic brain injury. Each of these topics is huge and could take an entire episode but we discuss the basics of each to create a baseline for discussion going forward and also highlight the importance of being conservative when managing these injuries. Please enjoy this conversation with Dr. Stamm. Book: The Brain on Youth Sports. (Link: https://amzn.to/3V4LEzb ) LINK: https://www.athletictrainingchat.com/2022/10/ep-116-dr-julie-stamm-concussion.html In this Episode: +The fencing response +What the brain stem does +Second impact syndrome +Diagnostics around concussion +Pressure to retune patients after concussion +Diagnostic options in the future for concussoion Connect Twitter: @JulieStammPhD Instagram: @jluiestammphd Facebook: Julie Stamm PhD www.juliestamm.com www.athletictrainingchat.com www.cliniallypressed.com SUBSCRIBE:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCc3WyCs2lmnKK6shrL5A4hw?sub_confirmation=1 #ATCchat #ATtwitter #complicatedsimple #atimpact #at4all #nata #boc #bocatc #athletictraining #athletictrainingchat #health #medicine #medical #careeverywhere #service #marketing #ATvalue #concussion #fencing #secondimpactsyndrome --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/athletictrainingchat/support

Between the Slides
KEV Talks...Youth Sports

Between the Slides

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 7:13


I've been a parent for almost 16 years and spent ~10 of those on the sidelines or on the field as a Coach for Youth Soccer, Flag and Tackle Football and a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) kid's class. These are my tips for Parents and for Coaches to help build up the kids participating.Parents:Let kids be coachedKids carry their own equipmentIf you want to help, sign upYelling at kids, coaches and referees doesn't helpCoaches:Set the example"What you allow in your presence you promote"Building kids up is primary. Wins are secondary.Have a plan, stay informed and get involved,KevinKevin Pannell, PMP | Creator & Host ‘KEV Talks' Podcast | Subscribe |  Instagram | Twitter | LinkedInWant to be on KEV Talks? Fill out the request hereGive feedback on the show and the website here

Way of Champions Podcast
#293 Linda Flanagan: How Money and Mania Have Ruined Kids Sports, Why it Matters, and How to Take Back the Game

Way of Champions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 65:34


Linda Flanagan is a freelance journalist, researcher, and former cross-country and track coach. A founding board member of the NYC chapter of the Positive Coaching Alliance and 2020-21 Advisory Group member for the Aspen Institute's Reimagining Sports initiative, her writing on sports has appeared in The Atlantic, Runner's World, and NPR's education site Mind/Shift, where she is a regular contributor. Previously Flanagan was a national security analyst at the National Security Program, Harvard University. She is also a mother of three and lifelong athlete. Linda and John discuss her new book Take Back the Game: How Money and Mania Are Ruining Kids' Sports, and Why it Matters. We cover how sport has become a business, how much pressure is on parents to do more and more at younger ages, how the fact that sports help kids get into and pay for college is driving much of the mania, and so much more. She has compiled the latest research on the economic and social impacts of sport, as well as research post-COVID. It is a really fun conversation. You can grab Take Back the game here. You can connect with Linda @LindaFlanagan2 This week's podcast is brought to you by our friends at Sprocket Sports.  Sprocket Sports is a new software platform for youth sports clubs.  Yeah, there are a lot of these systems out there, but Sprocket provides the full enchilada. They give you all the cool front-end stuff to make your club look good– like websites and marketing tools – AND all the back-end transactions and services to run your business better so you can focus on what really matters – your players and your teams.  Sprocket is built for those clubs looking to thrive, not just survive, in the competitive world of youth sports clubs.  So if you've been looking for a true business partner – not just another app – check them out today at https://sprocketsports.me/CTG. 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. Other special bonus opportunities that come up time to time Access to an online community of coaches like you who are dedicated listeners of the podcast, and will be able to answer your questions and share their coaching experiences. Thank you for all your support these past four years, and a special big thank you to all of you who become part of our inner circle, our patrons, who will enable us to take our podcast to the next level. https://www.patreon.com/wayofchampions

The Midday Show
"Off the Cuff" - Recruiting and youth sports

The Midday Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 26:17


On today's episode of "Off the Cuff" Andy, Randy, Brian & Beau talk about your sports, recruiting and more. Take a listen!

Lets Have This Conversation
Youth Sports, Leadership & the RV Lifestyle with: Dan Clouser

Lets Have This Conversation

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 31:21


www.athleteassessments.comreports Participation in sport is linked to higher grades, lower dropout rate, reduced truancy, and lower crime rates. This manifests in some compelling statistics such as: 95% of Fortune 500 executives participated in high school athletics. For Dan Clouser” I'm a an Author, Blogger, Podcast Host, Speaker & Consultant I founded and ran a non-profit youth sports organization for 30 years called the Berkshire Baseball & Softball Club, which later became the BIG Vision Foundation. We ran teams, tournaments and a 130-acre sports complex. I loved every second of what I did. I loved working with kids and teaching them leadership skills and life lessons through sports and community service. I thought that I would have died doing what I loved. Then in 2019, I felt a calling from God for my wife, Sandy, and I. We decided to leave our comfort zone and start a new journey. A literal journey, selling most of our material things and setting out across this beautiful country in an RV with our golden retriever, Youkilis. Sounds crazy, but it was also destined to happen. You see I was raised by a hippy named Loretta Magary, she was a free spirit who quit her job and embarked on her own journey in the mid-1980's. Her journey started in a 1967 Plymouth Valiant with the back seat removed to make a bed and a .38 Special for protection and later evolved into a 1978 Toyota camper. After she passed away in 2005, we were able to experience a small part of her journey by going through her old photos and letters. The people that she met along the way were amazing. I'll be conducting speaking engagements and writing more books during our travels. More importantly, this is our chance to continue my mother's legacy of giving back through volunteering. We will tell the stories of the people that we meet along the way. This is truly “The Journey of My Mother's Son” and as Michael Franti says in the opening verse of his song, “Gloria,” “When many little people in many little places, do many little things, then the whole world changes.” It will be our job to share and tell the stories of those “Many Little People” through this podcast and my writing. Some of the people that we interview may be famous, most will not be, but they'll all have a story to tell about the difference they're making. Some stories will still have a sports theme, others spiritual, some will be about music, others about food, some will talk about travel, but all will be about the many little people, in the many little places who are doing the many little things to make the whole world change. We pray that you enjoy these stories and are inspired to do your own little things to make this world a better place for all of us.“ He joined me this week to tell me more. For more information: https://journeyofmymothersson.com/ Twitter: @DanClouser5 Instagram: @DanClouser5 LinkedIn: @DanClouser

The Jayme & Grayson Podcast
Why is there a shortage of referees and officials in youth sports and how do we fix that? - HR4

The Jayme & Grayson Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 40:21


SportsTravel Podcast
Wayne Moss: Why Youth Sports Matter

SportsTravel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 35:28


Wayne Moss began his career in professional sports, working for the Detroit Lions and the Baltimore Orioles before taking the call to service and joining the recreation divisions in his hometown of Cleveland and later Dekalb County in Georgia. He then worked 15 years at the Boys and Girls Clubs of America, where he led program planning and assessment efforts. In 2018, he was appointed the executive director of the National Council of Youth Sports, whose members serve an estimated 60 million registered participants in organized youth sports programs. The NCYS works to promote the essential role of youth sports in America, with a goal of enhancing the experience of all participants by reducing barriers and creating safe environments. And that's no small task. With issues such as ensuring athlete safety, increasing participation rates, finding enough qualified coaches and volunteers, and providing adequate access to organized sports, the youth sports landscape has challenges left and right. And yet there remain opportunities thanks to the work of the National Council of Youth Sports and others in the space. As part of its advocacy efforts, the council will promote National Youth Sports Week, October 24–29, with an emphasis on all the things the organization stands for in its efforts to get more kids involved in sports and to provide them a safe atmosphere in which to do so. In this discussion with SportsTravel Executive Editor and Publisher Jason Gewirtz, we talk about the work the NCYS is doing on the ground, what more can be done and the challenges and opportunities that await.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

6-8 Weeks: Perspectives on Sports Medicine
Episode 90: Osteochondral Lesions of the Elbow

6-8 Weeks: Perspectives on Sports Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 37:24


What exactly is an osteochondral injury of the elbow? What are the treatment options? How do we promote healing? Listen for a breakdown of this injury that we are seeing in more upper extremity athletes.

The Anna & Raven Show
Friday September 30, 2022: Fired Friday; Tales From The Sidelines; Mommy's Margarita Friday

The Anna & Raven Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 43:37


How did you get your name?  a list of the most popular baby names is out and Anna and Raven are wondering how some people come up with them! (:56) Every Friday, Raven's wife Alicia calls in to the show to give Raven a grade on how he did as a husband that week!  This week, Raven is going man-camping and he's had Alicia running all his errands for him! (3:31) Chewing gum is fine, but if you make a spectacle of it every time, that's all I need to know about you! (7:29) Anna has waited 30 years for this moment and today it has finally arrived! (11:02) Fall kids sports are back and parents can sometimes get a little out of control!  Anna and Raven asked Youth Sports expert, Coach Mark, to share his craziest parent stories!  (13:54) It's time to play Fired Friday!  Tell Anna and Raven what went wrong at work, and they'll try to guess if you got fired! (21:44) Every parent is looking for the next parenting hack to make their lives easier and Tiktok Mom Shannon Doherty is here to help! She joined Anna and Raven in the studio with some tips to get those kiddos under control! (25:29) It's time for Mommy's Margarita Friday: Father's Day Edition!  Moms (and Dads) share all the crazy things that their kids have put them through this week that have definitely earned them a margarita! (29:28) Keith and Jessica have been dating for about a year and Keith won't tell Jessica how much money he makes! She thinks it's funny and they often joke about it, but she wants opinions from you. Do you think it's a red flag that he won't divulge his salary even though he knows exactly how much she makes? (32:47) Kim thinks she's got what it takes to beat Raven in pop culture trivia!  Can she succeed and win the $300 jackpot? (40:54)

The Eternal Student
Coaching Youth Sports

The Eternal Student

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 21:59


Dan and Sean are in the thick of the fall youth sports season. Sean is coaching his sons on a football team and Dan is coaching his son a soccer team. Needless to say, each is learning a lot about coaching the game, and a lot about themselves in the process.

If I said it I meant it podcast
Youth sports chronicles

If I said it I meant it podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 87:42


Youth sports chronicles --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ifisaiditimeantitpodcast/support

Krush Performance
Krush Report: Dr. Jacques Dellaire Talks About Youth Sports

Krush Performance

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 1:29


This week on the Krush Report, Jeff Krushell revisits his conversation with Dr. Jacques Dellaire about specialization in sports and how powerful it is to focus on the right things. Listen to the full episode here! Full episodes of the Krush Performance Podcast will return later this summer so make sure to stay subscribed and […] The post Krush Report: Dr. Jacques Dellaire Talks About Youth Sports appeared first on Radio Influence.

Trail Society
Episode 31: Race result extravaganza, equal pay, and youth sport development

Trail Society

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 59:33 Very Popular


Keely, Corrine, and Hillary discuss all of the races from the past two weeks and then dive into the recent UTMB/TDS Drama.  They talk through some new findings in the scientific field around the impacts of extremely long efforts on the body and then dive into their backgrounds in sport and whether a specialized or generalized approach to sport is better for youth athlete development.    This episode is brought to you by Freetrail @runfreetrail Freetrail NEW Website: www.freetrail.com - subscribe!   Athletic Greens: Use link www.athleticgreens.com/trailsociety for a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs    The Feed: trailsociety15 gets you 15% off your order: www.thefeed.com   Oura Ring: Track your sleep, recovery, and menstrual cycle (for those who get one) and buy your ring here: https://ouraring.com?mct=P3yNJl9q Show notes:   Sex-Specific Physiological Responses to Ultramarathon: https://journals.lww.com/acsm-msse/Abstract/2022/10000/Sex_Specific_Physiological_Responses_to.4.aspx   Malcolm Gladwell v David Epstein debate on development: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KaVey1bV5e8   Canadian Sport for life kid's development model: https://sportforlife.ca/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/Long-Term-Development-in-Sport-and-Physical-Activity-3.0.pdf  

The Freshman Foundation Podcast
FFP46: How is Dr. Daniel Zimet serving athletes in transition?

The Freshman Foundation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 56:27


How is Dr. Daniel Zimet serving athletes in transition?Transitions, in sport as in life, can be very difficult, especially if you are not prepared for them. Some of the most challenging times in my life have been during major transitions. College. Marriage. Parenthood. Divorce. Unfortunately, I was short on the resources to manage these changes and it took a toll on my life.Perhaps, one of the most difficult transitions of all is when an elite athlete must exit their sport. Athletes are some of the most resilient people walking the earth, but yet are still human. After years and years of investment into the single most important thing in an athlete's life, sport is gone in a blink of an eye and it is nearly impossible to replicate that experience. The mental health impacts can be negative and sometimes tragic.My guest on this episode, Dr. Daniel Zimet, is a licensed psychologist and Certified Mental Performance Consultant®. Dan and colleagues in our field of sport psychology are conducting the Athlete Transition Study to better understand the experiences of retiring athletes on a large scale. In Episode 46, Dan discusses the inspiration for conducting the Athlete Transition Study and why its implications are so important to how we support retiring athletes. Further, Dan and I discuss the unique challenges of athletic identity and how sport psychology professionals help athletes keep things in perspective.So, what was your biggest takeaway from my conversation with Dr. Daniel Zimet?For me, it's that we must truly understand the elite athlete's transition experiences in order to serve them properly. Athletes lose a critical part of their identity when they retire and the potential long-term mental health consequences are significant. Investing in the Athlete Transition Study is a small price to pay for a potentially huge payoff.My suggestion to elite athletes and their loved ones is share your story. You are not alone. All athletes, elite and non-elite alike, can struggle after they leave sport. Without the proper support, the transition out of sport can be extremely difficult. Share your story with a friend or trusted professional.I want to thank Dan for his kind generosity and the wisdom he shared with The Freshman Foundation Community.You can learn more about the Athlete Transition Study on their website at https://athletetransitionstudy.com as well as on Instagram and Twitter @athletetransitionstudy.To learn HOW mental performance coaching can help your mind work FOR you rather than AGAINST you, visit https://michaelvhuber.com.Thank you for listening. We'll see you back soon for Episode 47!

Hoopchalk - AAU Youth Basketball Podcast
Hoopchalk And Silas????

Hoopchalk - AAU Youth Basketball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 18:55


As Moses goes off to High School Senior Year we start another journey with Silas his little bro! Super excited about sharing that with you all.  There will still be more Hoopchalk and good go to information and resources, but if you have a sibling or youngster who isn't into sports who you want to support this podcast episode is for you!  Let's GOOO

The Morning Buzz On Demand
09/22/22 - BUZZ 24/7 - Our Co-worker Justin McIssic - Youth Sports - Parents and More

The Morning Buzz On Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 23:19


Hear the WHOLE show for the first time anytime of day with The Morning Buzz On Demand.

Greg & The Morning Buzz
09/22/22 - BUZZ 24/7 - Our Co-worker Justin McIssic - Youth Sports - Parents and More

Greg & The Morning Buzz

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 23:19


A Daily "Buzz 24/7" feature from Greg & The Morning Buzz

The Family Discipleship Podcast
What About Sports? with Steve Stigall

The Family Discipleship Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 44:56


Adam Griffin, Cassie Bryant, and Chelsea Griffin are joined by Steve Stigall to talk about what sports have to do with a family's spiritual life and how to lead your home while your kids participate in sports.Questions Covered in This Episode:Steve, would you introduce yourself and tell us about you, your family, your ministry, and a little of your sports resume?What are the benefits of sports for kids? What are some of the great lessons that kids can learn in sports?What are some of the sinful or concerning motivations you see for families engaged in sports?Do you ever see behavior in parents around sports that concerns you?Why is sports an important issue for us in regard to discipleship? What does it have to do with a family's spiritual life?You coached high school sports, did the idol of a scholarship ever concern you?What do you think about the commitment that families make to sports?What are some warning signs of when a good thing like sports becomes an idol that threatens our commitment to God?Do any scriptures come to mind for you that help us navigate this issue?What do you look for in a team and a coach and a sport when you want to evaluate whether it would be a blessing to your family?If our listeners want to pray for you and your family, what can they ask God for on your behalf?Guest Bio:Steve Stigall is on staff at Eastside Community Church as the Men's Discipleship & Groups Pastor. Before he was in full-time ministry he was on the football coaching staff at SMU for 12 years doing recruiting, player development, and football operations. Prior to being at SMU, he was a college football player at UT. He is married to Kathie and they have four kids.Resources Mentioned in This Episode:Deuteronomy 6:4-9, Hebrews 10:25, 1 Corinthians 6:12, 1 Timothy 6:6-7Amazon affiliate links are used where appropriate. As an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying purchases, thank you for supporting Training the Church.Follow Us:Instagram | Facebook | TwitterOur Sister Shows:Knowing Faith | Confronting ChristianityThe Family Discipleship Podcast is a podcast of Training the Church. For ad-free episodes and more content check out our Patreon.

the Random Kristian show
TRKS gets Sporty and Spicy w/ Michael Huber

the Random Kristian show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 126:37


Todays guest is Michael Huber of "The Freshman Foundation" a podcast about student athletes and the parents thereof and how they deal and cope with all things about student athletes and their approach into life. I'll talk and ask questions, and i do have some, and have a little fun with Mike as well.we got a new Random 9 List and other surprises along the way so, please join in and like follow and subscribe!And of course we couldn't do this as well with out @PJsCoffee of New Orleans and our latest SELLOUT to @Spreaker Prime and @iHeart Radio!!!!

Baseball Family Podcast
What's in your kid's baseball and softball bag? And why it matters.

Baseball Family Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 13:06


Baseball Truth expert Troy Silva talks about what's in your kid's baseball bag... and why it matters. Special guest JJ Silva joins the podcast to give a player's perspective. Listen to the podcast. Subscribe. And support our sponsor -- Baseballism.