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55 minutes | Jun 8, 2020
Ep. 69 - Compete Every Day w/ Jake Thompson
What if the key to reaching your full potential wasn't about what talents you were born with, but something more? In my conversation with Jake Thompson, we discuss how to grow your mindset, focus, and influence! Jake is passionate about helping others achieve success and overcome obstacles, and this interview will help you learn a great deal about what's helped him achieve success while building a business. Jake Thompson is a professional speaker and the Chief Encouragement Officer at Compete Every Day, a brand he started in 2011 by first selling t-shirts out of the trunk of his car. Jake works with organizations and individuals around the country, teaching how they can develop accountability, mental resilience, and leadership skills in order to make bigger impacts in their careers and in their life. It’s through his experience and research that he’s discovered how people who harness a competitive mindset against themselves can reach their goals, commit to action over motivation, and step into the leader they were created to be. Jake is a third-generation entrepreneur, the youngest strategic advisory board member at the University of Dallas’ College of Business, and a graduate of both Texas Christian University (B.S.) and University of Dallas (M.B.A.). For more information about Jake's book, business, and a ton of GREAT resources, check out www.competeeveryday.com
61 minutes | May 18, 2020
Ep. 68 - AIM Before You Fire w/ Anthony Morando
In this episode, I speak with Anthony Morando about his recent blog article titled “AIM… Before you Fire.” This conversation is filled with some great knowledge but also insights to help you take action towards a goal or vision that you have! Anthony’s Blog Post: AIM Before You Fire Anthony’s Full Bio: Anthony Marc Morando (CSCS-D*, CSCCA*, FMS*, XPS*, RPR) Anthony Graduated Springfield College in 2007 with a B.S in Applied Exercise Science. Then went onto a GA Position at Boston College with Football from 2007-2009. Anthony worked @ Mike Boyle Strength & Conditioning for 6 years developing a skillset with a variety of the population ( NFL Combine, Hockey, MLB, Adult Population, Rehabilitation from Injury). Anthony from 2011 – 2015 was the Head Strength & Conditioning Coach @ Boston University with Men’s Ice Hockey and also had oversight of the Internship program at BU as well. After an amazing Frozen Four run in 2015, Anthony then moved to North Dakota with his spouse and began working at ALTRU Sports Advantage Powered by EXOS where he was the Performance Manager via EXOS. This entailed training various athletes from youth through professional, as well as small group adult training, and developing programs to upgrade the wellness for the health system. Recently, Anthony was named the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach at the University of Minnesota Duluth where he worked with both Men’s and Women’s Ice Hockey Teams. In 2018 Anthony was offered a great job through the ALTRU Health System and EXOS as a Performance Enhancement Specialist where he will be working with various portions of the population/health system. Anthony currently is a Performance Specialist in a Performance Facility associated with a Health System. He also heads leads the roles of business development, management, oversight of programming, and social media coordination. Anthony now resides in Grand Forks North Dakota with his wife Monique, and Son Mickey.
41 minutes | May 5, 2020
Ep. 67 - Checking In w/ Jim Kielbaso (IYCA President)
In this episode, I speak with IYCA President and original host of "The Impact Show", Jim Kielbaso. Together, we reflect on the vision of the show, covering some of the main themes discussed over the last year: Relationships Knowing Your Why Habits of Productivity to Maximize Impact We also discuss how COVID-19 is affecting the strength & conditioning industry, how to avoid informational overload, and practical ways to maximize this time. Additional Information/ Resources: IYCA Athletic Development "Happy Hour" Zoom Calls: Get your link to all Happy Hours here - https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUpce-qrDMqGtc2d5e5UGzsnsR49drKkwWh Video from Jim about what IYCA is doing to help coaches during this time with 50% off store items (www.iyca.org/store): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DAXKlWZqjDg
7 minutes | Mar 27, 2020
Ep. 66 - Five Minute Friday: Think Others First!
In this episode, I share what it means to have the HEART of a leader, and that is to "Think Others First". During this difficult time, we have an opportunity to lead by giving of our time, talents, and resources to assist those who are less fortunate or in need of an encouraging word. This concept was taught to me by Randy Gravitt with Integreat Leadership - for more information, check out the following link: https://integreatleadership.com/ Also, I've been inspired by so many "Impact Show" contributors providing FREE resources! I know there's probably more people putting out great content (and don't worry, I'll continue to share as I see them!), but here are just a few I wanted to point everyone to at this point: Alan Stein has created a free resources page on his website: https://alansteinjr.com/free/ Jon Gordon is hosting a free online event - The Power of Positive Summit: https://www.powerofpositivesummit.com/ Jill Kochanek has a free video series available on "Growing Through Adversity: https://bothandcoaching.blog/informational-videos-narrated-content/ Some great free resources from Brett Bartholomew: https://artofcoaching.com/resources/ Free articles from StrengthCoach.com: https://www.strengthcoach.com/public/FreeArticles.cfm If you have any other resources to share or have a story of someone you know who is "Thinking Others First" and having an impact in their community, I want to hear about it! Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'd love to share with all of our listeners. Thanks so much!
65 minutes | Mar 23, 2020
Ep. 65 - Brett Bartholomew: Increase Your Value and Thrive in Your Role
In this episode, I speak with best-selling author, keynote speaker, performance consultant, and strength coach Brett Bartholomew about his latest resources available through Art of Coaching. We also discuss why it's so important for the strength & conditioning industry to change, how coaches can not only keep jobs but thrive in careers, and why referent power is so important in navigating workplace relationships! CLICK HERE to listen to Brett's "Art of Coaching" podcast episode about Power Dynamics in Leadership - it's a great listen! Brett Bartholomew is a performance coach, best-selling author, and keynote speaker. He is also the Founder of the coach development company Art of CoachingTM, as well as the performance training company The Bridge Human Performance®. His experience includes working with athletes both in the team environment and private sector along with members of the U.S. Special Forces and members of Fortune 500 companies. Taken together, Brett has coached a diverse range of athletes from across 23 sports worldwide, at levels ranging from youth athletes, Olympians as well as athletes who compete in the NFL, NBA, MLB, UFC, MLS & NCAA. As an advisor/entrepreneur, Brett has proudly served as a teammate and a supporting partner in the strategic growth of two performance companies, and is a highly sought-after speaker and mentor having spoken in more than 46 countries worldwide. Additionally, his work and expertise have been featured in numerous local and global media outlets such as ESPN, FOX Sports, as well as Inc. Magazine and Outside. From a philanthropic standpoint, Brett is the Vice President for the non-profit organization Movement2Be, which helps youth in underprivileged communities via helping them learn more about physical activity and proper movement. He is also a member of Alumni Advisory board for Kansas State University and was awarded their “Alumni Entrepreneur Award” in 2017 for his contributions to community affairs, organizations and service groups along with supporting K-State’s College of Human Ecology. His book, Conscious Coaching: The Art and Science of Building Buy-In, achieved “Best Seller” status in two categories, and was ranked in the “Amazon Top 100 Books Overall” in 2017. It is currently being used by several universities around the world as source material used to help guide future coaches and professionals. Brett is a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) where he holds both their CSCS*D & RSCC*D distinctions and is a proud graduate of Kansas State University and Southern Illinois University where he wrote research focused on the domain of motor-learning in elite athletes. His current research focuses on the roles of perception, persuasion, and power-dynamics within elite sports settings and other interpersonal domains. Course links include: Bought-In: https://courses.artofcoaching.com/ Valued: https://valuedcourse.com/ Book Link: https://www.amazon.com/Conscious-Coaching-Science-Building-Buy/dp/1543179479/ref=nodl_ Workshops: https://artofcoaching.com/apprenticeship/
62 minutes | Mar 12, 2020
Ep. 64 - Creating an Environment to Build Mental Toughness w/ Jill Kochanek
In this episode, I speak with Jill Kochanek about Mental Toughness. Join us as we tackle this topic by defining the term, debunking myths, and exploring strategies to help you maximize your coaching impact and help players develop in this area! After the interview, I also share 7 questions every leader should be asking themselves! Bio information: Jill Kochanek is a doctoral student at the Institute for the Study of Youth Sport at Michigan State University. She is also a high school girls' and boys' soccer coach. As a coach-scholar, Jill is passionate about bridging the research-practice gap to make sport a more inclusive, empowering context. Her research and applied work centers on helping athletes and coaches take charge of their own developmental process and social progress. If you enjoyed this podcast, feel free to visit her youth sport coaching blog, bothandcoaching.blog, for posts that address other topics related to sport psychology and sociology and follow her on Twitter @bothandcoaching. Addtional resources: 1. Engaging Sports is a great blog that provides critical perpsectives on issues in sport, including coaching and athlete development: https://thesocietypages.org/engagingsports/ 2. A great TedTalk by winning UCLA Gynmanstics coach, Miss Val: https://www.ted.com/talks/valorie_kondos_field_why_winning_doesn_t_always_equal_success 3. MSU's sport coaching and leadership blog also has great posts for coaches on how to best support athlete holistic development: https://edwp.educ.msu.edu/sport-coaching-leadership/ Do you have any feedback or questions regarding this podcast? Contact Matt Diener at email@example.com!
55 minutes | Feb 24, 2020
Ep. 63 - Becoming a Positivity "Change Agent" w/ Coach Kevin Lynott
In this episode, I speak with USA Football Master Trainer Kevin Lynott about leading yourself, developing team culture, and the power of positivity! Special thanks to Teambuildr - the leading online strength and conditioning software that allows you to write programs online, generate more than 13 reports, and even train athletes remotely for side income. Start your FREE TRIAL today at www.teambuildr.com! Coach Lynott's Background/ Bio: Middletown High School, Maryland Health/PE Teach (12 years) , Student Support Teacher (9 years), College & Career Readiness Teacher ( 2017 – present) Head Girls Track Coach (Brunswick & Middletown High School’s 1994-2001) Coaching football for 25 years 7 Maryland State Finals Games, 4 State Championships USA Today National Coach of the Year Runner-up 2013 36 Game Win Streak 2011-2013 USA Football Master Trainer 2014 – present USAFB Advanced Tackling Certified 2019 – present Consultant, The Arlington Ridge Group Global: Football Legislation http://www.theridgegroupglobal.com/ (2017-present) Board Member of the Shepherd University Athletic Club 2020 – present Contact Info: Twitter and Istagram : @coachlynott / email Kevin.firstname.lastname@example.org Book Recommendations: "The Dichotomy of Leadership" by Jocko Willink "Inside Out Coaching" by Joe Ehrmann "The Energy Bus" by Jon Gordon
59 minutes | Feb 17, 2020
Ep. 62 - Set Your Intentions and Get to Work w/ David Kitchen
In this episode, I interview David Kitchen on what it means to "Set Your Intentions" so that you can maximize impact and leave your mark every day! To check out David's blogs on a variety of strength & conditioning topics along with leadership and values discussion, visit: https://blog.teambuildr.com/author/david-kitchen Also, make sure you check out www.teambuildr.com for a FREE TRIAL of the leading online strength training software for coaches at any level! David Kitchen is in his first year as the Assistant Director of Strength & Conditioning for Olympic Sports at Georgia Southern University where he trains the Men’s Basketball & Men’s Golf team as well as overseeing the training of Women’s Basketball. Kitchen comes to Statesboro after serving as the Head Strength & Conditioning Coach at his alma mater, Susquehanna University, where he oversaw the training of all 23 varsity sports. Prior to SU, Kitchen spent 2 years as the Assistant Director of Football Strength & Conditioning at UNLV. While at UNLV, he implemented, demonstrated and coached training methodologies, including triphasic training, velocity-based training, and conjugate training for members of the UNLV football team. Kitchen also developed and managed accredited undergraduate and graduate level internships for both strength & conditioning and nutrition. He also worked closely with the sports medicine staff to redesign and implement a performance-driven return-to-play protocol for injured athletes. Kitchen also spent 2 years at Bloomsburg University with the strength & conditioning department from 2015 - 2017. He started out as an assistant coach before being promoted to the head coach after a year on the job. In his first year, Kitchen oversaw the expansion of the strength & conditioning program from one to seven sports. Then, as the head coach, he undertook all 20 Bloomsburg athletic teams. Kitchen also served as a strength & conditioning intern at Robert Morris University and as the football strength & conditioning coordinator at Holy Redeemer High School. The Wapwallopen, Pennsylvania, native played two years of football at Susquehanna in 2010 and 2011 and graduated from the school with a degree in business administration with an emphasis in global management in 2014. He earned his Master's from California University of Pennsylvania in 2018 with a degree in exercise science & sport psychology. Kitchen is a CSCS by the National Strength & Conditioning Association, a National Academy of Speed and Explosion Certified Speed Specialist Level II and is a CPR/AED Certified Healthcare Provider by the American Heart Association. Social Media: Twitter: @CoachDkitch Instagram: @CoachDkitch Email: Dekitchen@georgiasouthern.edu Book Recommendations: The Obstacle is the Way – Ryan Holiday Ego is the Enemy – Ryan Holiday Relentless – Tim Grover How to Win Friends & Influence People – Dale Carnegie 5 Dysfunctions of a Team – Patrick Lencioni Emotional Intelligence 2.0 – Travis Bradberry Quiet: The Power of Introverts – Susan Cain The 10x Rule – Grant Cardone The Culture Code – Daniel Coyle Leader’s Eat Last – Simon Sinek Recommended Podcasts: T3 Focus Podcast The Unmistakable Creative Physical Preparation Podcast Be Legendary Podcast Beyond Sets & Reps Finding Mastery CVASPS
65 minutes | Feb 10, 2020
Ep. 61 - How to "Stack The Deck" w/ Jeff Bramhall
First, make sure you visit www.teambuildr.com and start your FREE TRIAL today! TeamBuildr is the leading software for high schools and colleges by providing coaches the ability to write programs online, generate over 13 reports and even train athletes remotely for side-income. Jeff Bramhall is the COO of Reflexive Performance Reset and a massage therapist. With RPR, he works with coaches, trainers, and practitioners teaching a system of breathing and rubbing that helps people feel better, move better, and live a better life. As a massage therapist, he works primarily with active adults who want to feel their best and be the best partners, parents, and friends they can be and they realize that therapeutic, caring touch is a valuable part of their overall wellness. In our interview, we discuss what RPR is all about, how mindfullness leads to impact, and how to "stack your deck" towards a meaningful and productive day! Social Media Links for Jeff: RPR Twitter/ Instagram: @rpr_system Jeff's Personal Twitter: @jeffreybramhall Books Jeff Referenced: Steven Pressfield: The War of Art Steven Pressfield: Turning Pro Viktor Frankl: Man's Search for Meaning Brene Brown: Braving the Wilderness Jeff's Article: "Stacking the Deck" Special Impact Show Offer: Head to RPRLevelOneOnline.com and enter discount code IMPACT20 at checkout for $30 off!
5 minutes | Jan 24, 2020
Ep. 60 - Five Minute Friday: Is Your Team Humble, Hungry, and Smart?
In this episode, I share a concept I learned from the book "The Ideal Team Player" by Patrick Lencioni. For me, this concept of the 3 essential virtues (Humble, Hungry, Smart) has always been applied to hiring/ on-boarding staff, but I think it's very applicable when we look at developing leadership in our sports teams or even business teams. Before we can really trust members of our team to lead well, they need to embody these values or else they will struggle immensely to have an IMPACT. I hope this episode gives you a framework for this concept, and motivates you to want to read more and start assessing where your team is at so you can grow them in these areas. Additional Resources: Link to "The Ideal Team Player" by Patrick Lencioni PDF with framework for this concept
65 minutes | Jan 20, 2020
Ep. 59 - Developing a Leadership Training Program w/ Aaron Siekmann
First of all, this show is powered by Teambuildr! Have you started your free trial yet?! If not, head to www.teambuildr.com to learn more. Teambuildr is the leading online software for high schools and colleges by providing coaches the ability to write programs online, generate over 13 reports, and even train athletes remotely for side-income. Today's episode features an interview with Aaron Siekmann. Aaron currently serves as the Athletic Performance Director at Black Hills State University, NCAA D2, located in Spearfish, SD. He has been at BHSU for 5 years and oversee all 13 teams on campus. Prior to BHSU, he worked in the private sector of strength and conditioning at a sports performance gym just outside Milwaukee, WI called Athlete Performance. He was able to work with youth through professional athletes' and a wide range of sports. During our interview, we discuss the process of developing a curriculum for leadership development, but more importantly, we talk about ways to ensure that the program truly has a lastiing impact! This involves things like: Building buy-in How to make main concepts "stick" Holding athletes accountable and measuring success of the program Why relationships are so critical to the process You can find Aaron on Twitter and Instagram: @coachsiekbhsu Some of the Books referenced by Aaron on the show: "Conscious Coaching" by Brett Bartholemew "Relentless" by Tim Grover "Game Changer" by Dr. Fergus Connolly Want to share your story about developing a leadership program or what's working with your team? Email me at email@example.com - I'd love to hear from you!
5 minutes | Jan 17, 2020
Ep. 58 - Five Minute Friday: The Formula for CHANGE!
In this episode, I share my thoughts on a concept that has intrigued and challenged me over recent months... The Formula for Change! If we want to see meaningful change in our personal lives or with our teams, this formula provides a great lens to view what is preventing change from happening and how we can start to generate momentum. C = D x V x FS > R Want to know what this means and some thoughts on how you can apply this to your life and any situations you're dealing with in order to increase the impact you have on those around you? Then take a listen! I hope this adds value to your day and motivates you as we head into the weekend. If you have any questions or want to share how you're utilizing this formula, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org - thanks! Additional Resource: Formula for Change Article from w5 Coaching
54 minutes | Jan 13, 2020
Ep. 57 - How To Build Team Culture and Get Athlete Buy-In w/ Carnadi Ford
In this episode, I speak with High School strength coach Carnadi Ford about what it looks like to build relationships, develop culture, and be a leader as a first-time Strength Coach at a brand new school! Learn how Coach Ford has implemented new systems and instilled a winning mindset at Independence HS in Ashburn, VA and how his focus on servant leadership and caring about athletes has helped him see amazing results in a short amount of time! If you're new to a program or starting to build a team or school culture, this episode provides some great insight! Carnadi Ford is the Head Strength Coach and FCA Character Coach at Independence High School in addition to being a full-time Test & Evaluation Engineer at Boeing, father of seven, and a competitive powerlifter. ***Make sure you start your FREE Trial of Teambuildr Online Strength & Conditioning Software!*** Check out the Teambuildr blog at www.teambuildr.com/blog Additional Resources: Carnadi's Blog on Building Trust with Athletes (from Teambuildr site) Carnadi's Blog on Building Buy-In (from Teambuildr site) Podcasts Carnadi is Listening To: Elevation with Steven Furtick Positive University with Jon Gordon City Light Church Las Vegas Books Carnadi is Reading: "Crash the Chatterbox" by Steven Furtick "Raise Your Game" by Alan Stein, Jr. "The System: Soviet Periodization Adapted for the American Strength Coach" by Johnny Parker Questions/ Comments? Feel free to contact Matt Diener at email@example.com
22 minutes | Dec 23, 2019
Ep. 56 - Keys to a Successful Goal-Setting Retreat!
In this episode, I share some of my thoughts and personal insights into having your most effective planning/ goal-setting retreat ever! Do you want to be more intentional towards meeting goals this year - either for yourself, with your spouse, or with your staff? Listen up, and then go ahead and plan your 2020 retreat to get away, reflect, celebrate, and get to work! Some Additional Resources for Couples' Retreat: Goal-Setting Worksheet for Couples Goal-Setting Reflection Questions Planning Your Retreat Schedule
53 minutes | Nov 15, 2019
Ep. 55 - Finding Your "One Word" and Building a Warrior Mindset w/ Jimmy Page
In this episode, I interview entrepreneur, speaker, performance coach, and author - Jimmy Page. We discuss the success of the "One Word" concept and how it's being adapted by individuals, organizations, and sports teams all over the world. Finally, we discuss what it means to have a "Warrrior Mindset" and how the principles Jimmy shares can help you overcome adversity and fulfill your vision & purpose. Jimmy Page currently serves as the Executive Director of Field Ministry for the West Divisionwith the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. He has been on FCA staff since 2005, first serving as the National Director of Health and Fitness Ministry for five years before becoming the Vice President of Field Ministry for the Mid-Atlantic Region from 2010-2017. His life was transformed by the ministry of FCA while at Virginia Tech and it has now positively impacted his entire family. Prior to FCA, Jimmy was a leader in the Healthcare industry for almost twenty years in Wellness, Health & Fitness, Rehabilitation, and Sports Performance. As a certified Nike Sports Performance Coach, he models and promotes principles that lead to abundant health and life. Jimmy has coauthored several books including One Word, Life Word, WisdomWalks, True Competitor, PrayFit, and Called to Greatness. He is passionate about helping leaders create healthy, high performance teams and organizations. As a lifelong competitive athlete, he still cycles and competes in Spartan races. Jimmy and his wife reside in Colorado and have four amazing kids: Jimmy, Jacob, John, and Grace. Additional Resources: "One Word for Kids" book link on Amazon Jimmy Page speaking website Article on questions to ask young athletes to build relationships Article on Asking the 2nd Question
67 minutes | Oct 14, 2019
Ep. 54 - "Be Like The Best" w/ Anthony Renna
Anthony Renna has been a personal trainer since 2004, first working with Equinox, then on his own at different facilities before opening his own gym, Five Iron Fitness, in 2008. He sold Five Iron in 2016 so he could focus on his true passion of providing educational resources for fitness professionals to excel in the profession. His mission is to help them find success and make an impact in the world by sharing all he has learned from the best of the best. As the founder and host of both the Strength Coach Podcast and Strength Coach TV, he has interviewed hundreds of strength coaches, fitness professionals, physical therapists and gym owners. He applies what he learned by helping fitness professionals in his personal coaching and accountability group. Anthony still trains clients a few hours a week and is a partner with Michael Boyle in StrengthCoach.com and BodyByBoyleOnline.com His new book Be Like the Best: A Guide to itching the Top in the Fitness Profession is out October 18. www.BeLiketheBest.com The pre-launch will run from Monday Oct. 14-18th You can sign up for notifications about some great pre-launch bonuses at BeLiketheBest.com Email- firstname.lastname@example.org or BeLiketheBestBook@gmail.com Social Instagram- @antrenna https://www.instagram.com/antrenna/ Twitter- @continuefit https://twitter.com/CONTINUEfit Facebook- @continuefitpage https://www.facebook.com/CONTINUEfitpage Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/anthony-renna-58b4361/
52 minutes | Sep 18, 2019
Ep. 53 - 7 Ways to Invest in Relationships to Grow Your Business w/ Josh Daniels
In this episode I speak with Josh Daniels about how any trainer or sports performance coach can make themselves or their business indespensible through building long-lasting relationships with coaches, parents, and athletes. This discussion is geared towards entrepreneurs who want to learn some practical strategies to grow their business by putting in the time and effort to retain clients and gain referrals. Josh Daniels is the Vice President with True Athlete Performance, an athlete training company based in northern Virginia/ Maryland. Josh graduated from Eastern Nazarene College with a Bachelor's Degree in Exercise Science/ Physical Education. He holds a CSCS certification through the National Strength & Conditioning Association (NSCA) along with a CCS from the National Strength Professionals Association (NSPA). Although his background includes college baseball, he has worked with thousands of athletes ranging from age 7 through college and professional level athletes in a wide variety of sports. Additional Resources: TrueAP Blog (great resource for training tips for parents and coaches) Jon Gordon - Caring Trademark Article (a must read!) Josh's Article on Investing in Relationships to Grow Your Business
53 minutes | Sep 5, 2019
Ep. 52 - Purposeful Hiring and Protecting Culture w/ Dr. Micah Parker
In this episode, I speak with Dr. Micah Parker about the importance of the hiring process and how to protect culture within a business or athletics department. Dr. Parker was named the Director of Athletics at California Baptist University in 2009. During his 10 years at the helm, the Lancers have had an unprecedented run of success, leading to Parker being named The Press-Enterprise Most Influential Sports Figure in the Inland Empire in 2015. Parker has led the Lancers from NAIA to Division II and Division I. The Lancers won the Learfield Directors’ Cup in 2018 after a steady uptick in the Standings from 2014 (26th), 2015 (16th), 2016 (fourth) and 2017 (second). CBU has qualified 70 percent of its eligible teams (66 of 94) for the NCAA postseason since 2013-14. They’ve also produced seven individual NCAA champions, with four from swimming and three from wrestling. This past year, CBU’s first in NCAA Division I and the Western Athletic Conference, the Lancers won two WAC titles (women’s cross country and baseball) and more than 50 percent of their games. They also secured two runner-up finishes in the WAC and nine top-five conference performances. Five CBU teams (volleyball, men’s and women’s swim/dive and basketballs) also qualified for postseason tournaments featuring Division I teams, with both basketball teams hosting first-round games. Additional Resources: The Strength Coach's Ultimate Guide to Hiring (from Teambuildr.com) 10 Tips to Guide Youth Strength Coaches Through the Inteview Process (from Simplifaster.com) The Hard and Soft Skills of a Strength & Conditioning Coach (from Eric Cressey) Improve Your Organizational Culture: 10 Quick Tips (from Growthengineering.co)
52 minutes | Aug 19, 2019
Ep. 51 - Talking Faith and Wisdom from the Bible w/ David Jack
In this episode, I am sharing part 2 of my conversation with David Jack. Here, we discuss what it means to be a Christian in the strength & conditioning field. We also dive into wisdom from The Bible by discussing what we can extract from Romans 12:1-5. If you are a coach or strength professional who wants to learn more or go deeper into this content, check out www.r12coach.com or feel free to contact me at email@example.com "For God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life". - John 3:16
59 minutes | Jul 29, 2019
Ep. 50 - David Jack on "Magnifying the Good" and Why Motivating with Joy Always Wins
David Jack One of the world's most recognized sports performance and conditioning coaches, David Jack creates experiences that help people discover, co-create, and activate the greatness that lies within them. "I believe that as we use our strengths; physical, mental, emotional and spiritual, to serve, we are given more. Fitness has been relegated to 6 pack abs, a faster 40, a bigger bench, a better Fran time. Goals are good, and they matter. But if all we train and prepare for is to improve our fitness metrics, or look better for others that judge us, then that’s all we get. But as we cast our Eyes Up, and choose to Rise Up, acting out of inspiration with intention for purposes greater than self, amazing things begin to happen. When great people, places and things come together to create the change they seek in the world, the positive effects cascade forever. This is my mission, my activprayer: To use my God given gifts, talents and passions to inspire, connect, teach and share with others in an effort to change the way we look at fitness, ourselves and those around us. To help people get ready to be ready when they are called upon, becoming the who THEY were created to be, in order to do the WHAT ONLY THEY CAN DO." – David Jack Additional Resources: Find David Online (Activeight Fitness) Great Article from Wayne Goldsmith on Motivating Athletes Article about Focusing on One Thing at a Time (from Mission.org) 3 Ways to Remain Dedicated to Your Mission (Entrepreneur.com)
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