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Clarity For Parents Of Athletes
74 minutes | a month ago
#CFPOA #53 Helping Your Athlete From Feeling Like Their Sport Is A Burden With Tony Azevedo
Tony Azevedo's resume as a water polo legend is nothing short of incredible and unprecedented. He's a 5 time Olympian, 5 time Pan American gold medalist, 8 time World Champion, 4 time Peter J Cutino winner, the equivalent of the Heisman Trophy, and much much more.He comes onto the show to talk about water polo of course as well as what it was like as the son of a Brazilian water polo legend, playing in the Olympics and Europe, and what advice he has for parents of athletes today.Check out more about Tony and his app by clicking on the link or going to http://tonyazevedo.com/To sign up for a completely FREE program designed specifically to support parents of athletes support their children click on the link or go to http://aclearmind.com/free-gift/To sign up for Gabe's new Player Empowerment Program to help athletes 13 and older skyrocket their performance, click on the link or go to https://aclearmind.thrivecart.com/player-empowerment-program/Join our Clarity for Parents of Athletes group on Facebook for a discount to PEP!
68 minutes | a month ago
#CFPOA #52 How to get on the radar of college soccer coaches during these times with Ryan Jorden
You might be a parent of an athlete who has aspirations to play in college but isn't allowed to play his/her sport right now or can't seem to find college coaches around their games. UCLA Men's Soccer Head Coach Ryan Jorden comes on to help answer some questions such as what to do to improve performance for players not able to train fully or at all, how to get noticed by college coaches if there are no games or college camps, and so much more.Gabe released two new online programs, one completely free one for parents of athletes (Click Here For Details)The other is his Player Empowerment Program, helping athletes skyrocket their performance in and out of sports (Click Here For Details). Join our Clarity for Parents of Athletes groups on Facebook for a special discount code! (Click here to join that group)
94 minutes | 2 months ago
#CFPOA #51 The Secret To Winning An Olympic Gold Medal With Trent Dimas
To say that Trent Dimas' had quite an experience during the lead up to his incredible Gold Medal performance at the 1992 Olympics is putting it lightly.His story will leave you at the edge of your seat, either literally or figuratively.Trent talks to Gabe about his journey as a young gymnast, through his college days, and to the USA Gymnastics Team, and of course the night in Barcelona when he won the High Bar competition.A parent of athletes himself, Trent discusses his role along the journey of his children and gives amazing advice just for you.Click Here to check out Gabe's new Player Empowerment Program, which helps athletes 13 years and older skyrocket their performance and truly understand what it takes to excel in sports.
40 minutes | 3 months ago
#CFPOA #50 Profound Takeaways For You From the Athletes
Gabe celebrates this 50th episode by sharing some of his favorite takeaways from some of the athletes he's interviewed so far.There are clips from some of the athletes:Jay DeMerit- US Men's National Soccer Team playerOguchi Onyewo- US Men's National Soccer Team playerGregg Berhalter- - US Men's National Soccer Team player and now Head CoachAndrea Neil- Canadian Women's National Soccer Team playerAJ Bramlett- University of Arizona Men's Basketball, NCAA champion, NBA, & European leagues playerJarin Solomon- 4x400 Olympic Bronze Medalist & World Champion with Trinidad & TobagoSue Hansen- Mother of Luc Longley, who won three championships in the NBA for Chicago Bulls during the Michael Jordan era and also played for Minnesota Timberwolves.Ashleigh McIvor DeMerit- Ski Cross Olympic Gold MedlistMark Keil- Professional Tennis PlayerBrian Wiese- Head Coach Georgetown Men's SoccerNotah Begay- PGA Tour golferTimy Fairfield- Professional rock climber and top 10 in the world in BoulderingAllistair McCaw- Performance Coach
62 minutes | 3 months ago
#CFPOA #49 Getting to a Higher Level in Sports with Meditation with Sam Lofton
Sam Lofton's childhood was full of sports and competitiveness with her two siblings. She had difficulties along the way by the way of experiencing different emotions stemming from a traumatic head injury her sister faced while Sam was a youth player, which cut her own soccer career short. Sam continued hers and found her way to James Madison University and to the professional ranks of the NWSL with Boston Breakers and Portland Thorns FC, before heading to Europe, and attributes her success to finding meditation along her journey.She now works with youth athletes and teaches them the same techniques, which helped her achieve success on and off the field.If you want to get in touch with Sam, her website is https://www.meditationbysam.com/
81 minutes | 3 months ago
#CFPOA #48 Why Sleep is so Important for You and Your Child with Adam Krause
In this episode Gabe interviews Adam Krause, a PhD candidate in Psychology at UC Berkeley, working with Professor Matthew Walker at the Center for Human Sleep Science. Dr. Walker wrote the book, "Why We Sleep", which motivated Gabe to reach out to Adam.Adam's educational background is in philosophy and cognitive science from UC Berkeley, and his current work leverages multi-disciplinary techniques to examine the impact of sleep deprivation on human health and brain function. He is particularly interested in the physiology of pain, the interplay between sleep and the immune system, and in exploring the many functions of sleep.Gabe and Adam discuss the different types of sleep, sleep needs for children and adolescents, sleep paralysis, sleep's impact on pain and recovery, good sleep habits, and much more.As always, you can get in touch with Gabe for any individual or group coaching or team workshops at aclearmind.com
68 minutes | 4 months ago
#CFPOA #47 From Crushing Bodies to Healing Them with Dr. Nick Speegle
Some people are naturally extremely athletic and Nick Speegle is one of those people, no doubt. A standout goalkeeper during his younger childhood, he transitioned into playing football in 8th grade and excelled in that sport, taking him to play college at the University of New Mexico and ultimately getting drafted by the Cleveland Browns of the National Football League.Nick takes us on his journey and talks about the role his parents had in his life. Now a chiropractor, he discusses his feelings about his boys playing football and has amazing advice for parents who are raising athletes today.As always, you can get in touch with Gabe for questions, comments, to look into working with him individually or in a small group or a workshop at aclearmind.com
18 minutes | 4 months ago
#CFPOA #46 Do You Find Yourself Thinking, "I'll Be Happy When..."?
Do you ever think to yourself or say to someone that you'll be happy when or if something happens? Many of us do but there is a more functional way. Happiness can be experienced in any situation and in any moment of life if we choose. Gabe talks about how to do that and how to empower yourself to experience life however you want and to help your children do the same.As always, you can contact Gabe for any private or small group sessions or workshops at aclearmind.com
85 minutes | 4 months ago
#CFPOA #45 From Watching Legends to Becoming One Herself with Lesle Gallimore
Lesle Gallimore is the Commissioner of the new Girls Academy, a national youth soccer league organized after the ending of the US Development Academy. She also coached the women's program at the University of Washington for 25 years and grew up playing in southern California and had the pleasure of watching legends of the game play in the NASL. Lesle talks about those days, how she accidentally got into coaching, what advice she has for parents today, and answers some questions from parents themselves in this amazing interview.As always, you can get in touch with Gabe at his website- aclearmind.com
17 minutes | 4 months ago
#CFPOA #44 How to Talk to Your Athlete About Setting Goals
Goal setting is an important factor in success, but there's an even more effective way to achieve in the sports realm and beyond. Gabe talks about a recent session with one of his clients, which delves into a deeper look into how to structure setting goals and the importance of laying out a plan while being unattached to outcome.If you are looking for more help in how to assist your child to set goals for him/her self, Gabe is here for you. Go to aclearmind.com to connect with him or email him at email@example.com
62 minutes | 5 months ago
#CFPOA #43 Versatile Athleticism with Stunt Cheerleader Shay Lorentzen
Shay Lorentzen is a former professional athlete of a different sort. She was on the stunt cheerleader team for the Portland Trailblazer of the NBA. She's been tossed through the air from person to person, broken her jaw, and more. Yes, it is a sport and one of the more dangerous ones out there. The strength, agility, and balance it takes to be a stunt cheerleader is incredible.Shay talks about her journey as a youth cheerleader, the other sports she played, what her parents were like, body image, and much more on this powerful and unique episode.As always, feel free to reach out to Gabe to ask any questions, give opinions, look into working with him, and more- aclearmind.com
83 minutes | 5 months ago
#CFPOA #42 What Your Gratitude Can Lead to, with Julia Mancuso
Julia Mancuso is one of the most decorated US Ski Team members in history. She won a Gold Medal in Turin, two SIlver Medals in Vancouver, and one Bronze in Sochi, in addition to countless other medals during her junior and world championships careers.Her success on the slopes was no doubt due to her upbringing, especially the resiliency shown by her mother, who raised Julia and her sister alone for a period of their lives. Julia's down to Earth vibe is evident in this interview and how she approaches life and she naturally focuses on gratitude, which serves her well to this day.She has a podcast of her own called, "Just Be Yourself with Julia Mancuso", which gives people an inside look into her life.As always, you can contact Gabe with your comments, suggestions, and also if you're ready to go on a journey to heal yourself from the inside/out. aclearmind.com
59 minutes | 5 months ago
#CFPOA #41 The Drive it Takes to Make it Professionally with Mohammed Dauda
Everyone who wants to be a professional has his or her own motivation. For Ghanaian Mohammed Dauda, it was to honor his family. Neither of his parents wanted him to be a professional football (soccer) player and wanted him to seek an education. After his father passed away he told his mother that he wanted to be a pro and she supported his dream.Now, he's a professional player in Europe and has a contract with Anderlecht, one of the top teams in Belgium and is also on loan in Denmark so he can get more playing time. In this episode he talks about his journey as a youth player and the impact playing football in the streets had on his development and what it's like playing in now empty stadiums.As always, you can get in touch with Gabe if you're interested in working with him either individually, in a small group, or a workshop. aclearmind.com
42 minutes | 6 months ago
#CFPOA #40 How to get to a deeper state of consciousness and why you should do it
With so much fear and anger currently existing in the world, there is also an amazing opportunity for much of humanity to shift to operating from a much more loving and deeper state.In this episode, Gabe delves deeper into one aspect of the Three Principles, Consciousness. Follow this chart to see the different levels and their point value, according to Dr. David Hawkins.From the lowest state of consciousness of shame to enlightenment, we all experience life in some fashion. We also have the ability to transform from lower levels, including apathy, grief, anger to higher ones during this time, as long as we're willing to do so. Gabe is always here to help you with your journey. Reach out to him at firstname.lastname@example.org to take your first step and schedule a free Clarity Call.
48 minutes | 6 months ago
#CFPOA #39 How to Help Your Child Become Intrinsically Motivated With Dr. Gina Riley
For those of you parents wondering what you can do to "make" your child become more motivated with their sport, or other aspects of life, check out this interview with Gina Riley, PhD!Gina Riley, Ph.D. is an educational psychologist, Clinical Professor, and Program Coordinator of the Adolescent Special Education program at CUNY - Hunter College. Dr. Riley has over fifteen years experience working with teens with learning disabilities and emotional and behavioral disorders. Her research interests include intrinsic motivation, Self Determination Theory, Cognitive Evaluation Theory, homeschooling, unschooling, and other alternative learning environments. Dr. Riley also has extensive experience in online education and distance learning at the college/university level. Dr. Riley's first book, Unschooling: Exploring Learning Beyond the Classroom, will be published by Palgrave Macmillan in the Fall of 2020. You can get in touch with Dr. Riley through this link.
73 minutes | 6 months ago
#CFPOA #38 Three Rules That Will Benefit You and Your Athlete with Notah Begay
Gabe invited PGA golfer and analyst Notah Begay to this episode. Notah is the first Native American athlete on the podcast and he has and continues to provide assistance and leadership on the pueblos in New Mexico, especially during this Coronavirus experience. His cultural background and his natural drive to succeed played a huge role in him going to Stanford and winning a national championship, playing professionally on the PGA Tour, and as a businessman. Notah talks about all of this of course and also the secret formula to success as any athlete, the three rules he has for his children when they play sports, and his long-time friendship with Tiger Woods.As always, you can get in touch with Gabe with your opinions, or to connect with him about doing one of his workshops or working with him in a small group or individually as well to help make your best even better. Go to aclearmind.com to reach out.
60 minutes | 6 months ago
#CFPOA #37 The Journey to the US Men's National Team with Gregg Berhalter
Do you want to know what kind of journey a major head coach in the soccer world has taken and what kind of support he received along the way? US Men's National Soccer Team Head Coach Gregg Berhalter joins Gabe in this very special episode of Clarity for Parents of Athletes.Listen to Gregg's story of his youth, high school, and college days and what habits he picked up from his parents. Role modeling is so important and Gregg had some great ones in his life. His story is extremely motivating for parents and also for athletes, especially the ones who are late bloomers. Of course Gregg, who is a parent himself, gives us advice for parents who are raising athletes today.As always, you can reach Gabe at email@example.com and find out more about his in person workshops, and virtual coaching sessions for individuals and small groups and his work at aclearmind.com
51 minutes | 7 months ago
#CFPOA #36 Part 2- Climbing To Great Depths with Timy Fairfield
Part 2- In this episode Gabe speaks with professional rock climber Timy Fairfield about his unique story of competing around the world. What was it like for him to compete in a sport that was relatively new in the US and compete internationally? What did Timy do that led to better training and better results? Find out in this amazingly unique episode.He is a veteran of the US National Competition Climbing Team having competed in domestic and foreign Nationals, World Cups, International Opens, Invitational Masters and Professional Climbers Association level events. During his 15-year competition career, he spent 5 consecutive seasons ranked in the top 10 of the World Cup Bouldering ranking and overall world ranking. He is an X-Games medalist, US and French national champion and is distinguished as being the only North American rock climber to have won professional level international competitions in every world cup discipline of the sport: speed climbing, bouldering and sport climbing. Timy’s climbing career has brought him to over 40 countries. He lived and trained in France for several years and speaks Spanish and French. Timy has conducted numerous climbing demonstrations, clinics and multi-day youth performance training camps for junior team programs worldwide. He has represented over 50 brands as a sponsored athlete and served as a spokesman for the historic Multnomah Athletic Club in Portland, OR from 2014-2019. He has worked as a sports analyst for ESPN, Star Sports, OLN and Eurosport in the US, Europe and Asia. As president of Futurist Climbing Consultants, Timy has designed climbing holds, a signature pro model climbing shoe and over 20 commercial climbing gyms. Still very passionate about his own personal growth through climbing, Timy climbed his hardest route at the age of 46.5 yrs with the first ascent of Throwback V15 – Priest Draw, AZ. His other passions include skiing, soccer, running, archery, international cuisine, philosophy and diverse musical genres. Timy resides in Albuquerque and Arroyo Hondo, NM with his wife, Brandi Proffitt who is also a former professional competition climber. Be sure to check out his forthcoming podcast series Positif À BlocAs always, feel free to connect with Gabe about this episode and anything else you want at firstname.lastname@example.org.
45 minutes | 7 months ago
#CFPOA #36 Part 1- Climbing To Great Depths with Timy Fairfield
Part 1- In this episode Gabe speaks with professional rock climber Timy Fairfield about his unique story of competing around the world. What was it like for him to compete in a sport that was relatively new in the US and compete internationally? What did Timy do that led to better training and better results? Find out in this amazingly unique episode.He is a veteran of the US National Competition Climbing Team having competed in domestic and foreign Nationals, World Cups, International Opens, Invitational Masters and Professional Climbers Association level events. During his 15-year competition career, he spent 5 consecutive seasons ranked in the top 10 of the World Cup Bouldering ranking and overall world ranking. He is an X-Games medalist, US and French national champion and is distinguished as being the only North American rock climber to have won professional level international competitions in every world cup discipline of the sport: speed climbing, bouldering and sport climbing. Timy’s climbing career has brought him to over 40 countries. He lived and trained in France for several years and speaks Spanish and French. Timy has conducted numerous climbing demonstrations, clinics and multi-day youth performance training camps for junior team programs worldwide. He has represented over 50 brands as a sponsored athlete and served as a spokesman for the historic Multnomah Athletic Club in Portland, OR from 2014-2019. He has worked as a sports analyst for ESPN, Star Sports, OLN and Eurosport in the US, Europe and Asia. As president of Futurist Climbing Consultants, Timy has designed climbing holds, a signature pro model climbing shoe and over 20 commercial climbing gyms. Still very passionate about his own personal growth through climbing, Timy climbed his hardest route at the age of 46.5 yrs with the first ascent of Throwback V15 – Priest Draw, AZ. His other passions include skiing, soccer, running, archery, international cuisine, philosophy and diverse musical genres. Timy resides in Albuquerque and Arroyo Hondo, NM with his wife, Brandi Proffitt who is also a former professional competition climber. Be sure to check out his forthcoming podcast series Positif À BlocAs always, feel free to connect with Gabe about this episode and anything else you want at email@example.com.
72 minutes | 7 months ago
#CFPOA #35 What It Takes To Get Into Georgetown with Brian Wiese
2019 National College Soccer Champion Coach Brian Wiese of Georgetown is the guest on this episode. He not only talks about his story about his journey in sports, which includes missing out on playing for over a year in his youth days, but he gives amazing insight into the world of college recruiting.Brian has one of the elite college soccer programs in the country and is focused on getting the right players as opposed to just the best ones out there. Listen carefully to what he has to say about things he's seen that made him decide to stop recruiting a player and what he's seen that made him say, "We have to get that kid".As always, you can reach out to Gabe to give your opinion or for any other reason- firstname.lastname@example.org. During this time of the Coronavirus pandemic, Gabe is offering a pay what you can afford rate for his coaching sessions...done virtually of course.
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