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Best Training Camp podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Training Camp podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Summer camp directors have been asking for more focussed leadership & staff training resources. Featuring 3 of the top trainers in the summer camp industry: Beth Allison, Gabrielle Raill and Ruby Compton, CampHacker.TV is pleased to present Camp Code.
 
New podcast weblog
 
Podcast by Craig Hoffman and Chris Gorres
 
CampHacker aims to create great camp communities so that camps are inspired to change the world. Featuring hosts Travis Allison, Dan Weir, Gabrielle Raill, and Joe Richards. CampHacker is brought to you by summer camp consultants Travis & Beth Allison.
 
Fun talks about lite-weight camping trailers, truck campers, stories from people who camp, dealership and manufacturer perspectives, RV training & technology.
 
G.O. Get Outside: The Podcast is a radio-style interview show for people who want to spend more time outdoors. Each episode of G.O. delves into the outdoor lifestyle of some everyday person who probably has more in common with you than you think. Whether you are BASE jumping off a flying unicorn or hiking around your neighborhood in between diaper changes, you have a place here.
 
4for4 Fantasy Football's John Paulsen, Anthony Stalter and Greg Smith digest, discuss and analyze the world of fantasy football throughout the year with conversation focused squarely on helping you win your league. From free agency to the NFL Draft to training camp battles, they'll help you prepare for your league's fantasy draft. Once the season begins, they'll discuss lineup strategy, weekly waiver wire pickups and sneaky starts. Paulsen has finished in the Top 5 in rankings accuracy in 20 ...
 
The RotoWire Fantasy Hockey Podcast is hosted by Paul Bruno and AJ Scholz. This podcast covers all angles of fantasy hockey from training camp through the playoffs.
 
630 CHED and the Edmonton Oilers bring you Oilers NOW with Bob Stauffer daily. We cover the NHL Draft, free agency, and the lead-up to Oilers training camp like no one else can. As the colour commentator for the Edmonton Oilers, Bob Stauffer is sure to bring you all the Oilers news before anyone else!​
 
Becoming Ultra is following the journey's of two runners who are being coached by two of the best ultra runners in the world to finish a 50k in Aspen Colorado. The catch is that neither runner has ever run more than a half marathon. Along the way will be coaching tips, race directors perspective, and the stories of elite and everyday runners on their first Ultra run!
 
The Backpacking Light Podcast explores the technology, gear, skills, and philosophy of backcountry wilderness travel through stories, interviews, and investigative reports.
 
The programme that offers a female perspective on the world
 
We don't have real jersey numbers here.We do have some puns, jokes and analysis about the Tampa Bay Lightning. Join us.
 
Neil Lazarus is the CEO of awesomeseminars.com, an internationally acclaimed expert in the fields of Middle East politics, public diplomacy and effective communication training.
 
Host David E.J. Berger, @carljunior on Twitter, walks you through all the news you can use from NFL training camps for your fantasy football season.
 
Andrew Gribble, Jason Gibbs and Nick Shook break down the latest Cleveland Browns news surrounding training camp, regular season and draft.
 
Join Ryan “Cal” Callaghan each week for his unique brand of outdoor news designed for folks that need to know what’s going on and those who want to pretend they do. Part of MeatEater, Inc.
 
Travis Wingfield brings the most comprehensive analysis and commentary on the Miami Dolphins with the Locked On Dolphins podcast. From film breakdowns, to analytics, to the hot stories surrounding the Fins, Travis (@WingfieldNFL) is the go-to source for all things Dolphins football. Daily, we explore the entire NFL calendar from free agency, to the draft, through training camp, and preview/review each game on Miami's NFL schedule. Listen to Locked On Dolphins, part of the Locked On Podcast N ...
 
These are sermons from various pastors that teach on the same subjects covered in the Principles. Continue in your Biblical study of worship, idols, motivation, heart, identity, the Holy Spirit, God's Word, meditation, prayer, perservance and hope.
 
Stay up to date on all the news and all the views from training camp.
 
A monthly in-depth interview with an innovative coach or professional that is bringing new ideas or novel training methods to their sport or profession. We will also talk about coffee, beer and dogs. This podcast is sponsored by Magnolia Masters.
 
This is dog training with Camp K9, a place to learn how to train your dog, from puppy to adult, from basic obedince to off leash!
 
Training Camp Today will feature Neil Roberts with Jesse Rostvedt. The episodes will recap what they're looking forward to and what they have seen so far while attending training camp in Mankato.
 
To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/1141Telling the Truthexists to make available sound biblical teaching, practically applied, with a view to producing lives that glorify God and draw people to Christ. The whole of our ministry is to encourage, console, strengthen, teach, and train.
 
Catch up on the events of each day at New England Patriots Training Camp with our exclusive podcast featuring summaries of every practice. For more information about New England Patriots official podcasts, visit Patriots.com/podcasts.
 
Nando Di Fino visits with The Athletic's team beat writers and fantasy staffers to bring you the in-depth information, sleepers, and strategies you need to win your league this season! New episodes are released each week on Tuesdays and Thursdays from the start of training camp through the end of the fantasy football season in December. For 40% off a subscription, subscribe to The Athletic at theathletic.com/pbc.
 
Mark Daniels captures the excitement of a new season for the Green & Gold with weekly training camp podcasts.
 
Craig Hoffman and Chris Gorres talk to the players and people who make the Washington Spirit go! Stay up to date and get the inside scoop on your favorite NWSL team. From the latest news about the club to in-depth interviews with players like you've never heard before, "Catch The Spirit" is THE must listen for any and every Spirit supporter!
 
Youth Ministries rise and fall on teams of volunteers, so this podcast is for the WHOLE team. Join the conversation as we tackle the practical questions you’re asking so you'll be encouraged and equipped as you head into your role in your youth ministry this week. Welcome to the Youth Ministry Team Podcast.
 
No Limits Map to Triathlon is a podcast for the everyday person. Coach Todd is your host and he is here to give you tips on how to train, race and live a great life filled with triathlons. No it is not easy...but doable. Happy Training!
 
A weekly look at the weapons systems and tactics that both endanger the world and keep it safe. 781951
 
Bike Race Weekly is a show that highlights what's great about bike racing. We cover everything from crits, mountain, cyclocross, road and more!
 
To help our customers better understand how to use the Doubleknot application we periodically produce instructional videos.
 
Pittsburgh's Best Brazilian Jiu Jitsu ( BJJ ) - MMA - Muay Thai Kickboxing classes
 
Beat reporter Corbin Smith and NFL Draft guru Rob Rang provide comprehensive analysis and commentary on the Seattle Seahawks with the daily Locked On Seahawks podcast. A former player, high school coach, and standup comedian, Smith shares his wealth of football knowledge and insight on the pulse of the team with a splash of humor, while Rang has thrived as an NFL draft analyst for nearly two decades and has had his work featured on FOX, CBS, and many other outlets. Covering the NFL calendar ...
 
Welcome to the "Speaking of Wealth" podcast showcasing profit strategies for speakers, publishers, authors, consultants, and info-marketers. Learn valuable skills to make your business more successful, more passive, more automated, and more scalable. Your host, Jason Hartman interviews top-tier guests, bestselling authors and experts including; Dan Poynter (The Self-Publishing Manual), Harvey Mackay (Swim With The Sharks & Get Your Foot in the Door), Dan Millman (Way of the Peaceful Warrior) ...
 
From HBO Sports and NFL Films, this is the official Hard Knocks Podcast, hosted by NFL Network broadcaster Peter Schrager. For five consecutive weeks, Schrager and his guests will break down every episode of Hard Knocks: Training Camp with the Oakland Raiders. New episodes of Hard Knocks airs Tuesdays at 10 PM ET on HBO.
 
"Speaking of Psychology" is an audio podcast series highlighting some of the latest, most important and relevant psychological research being conducted today. Produced by the American Psychological Association, these podcasts will help listeners apply the science of psychology to their everyday lives.
 
tha Hustle is a semi regular brain dump from Founder of Compound Sportswear and Compound Wrestling Cliff Fretwell that covers a wide range of topics and discussions from branding and marketing in sports to motivation and self improvement. We'll also discuss coaching and mentoring in the sport of collegiate and olympic wrestling styles.
 
RNZ daily and weekly programmes
 
Paul Roberts is fired up after a 3 day Instant Thunder boot camp. Learn how to find your Why and Your Purpose in this episode. All great leaders focus on three things to bring clarity to their vision. Navy Seals, Pilots, Paramedics, etc. all deal with high stress situations in life. Andy Albright has clarified the vision of The Alliance with 3 things. Prosperity Inspiration and Eternity.
 
Picking up where This Paper World left off, Jim Hunt is at home with friends and family for summer break... but only briefly. He has committed to attend intense training to hone his new abilities at a Champion training camp in northern Maine. Upon arriving at the camp, Jim is introduced to his new teacher, Clyde, a crusty curmudgeon of a man who is determined to keep Jim on his toes. Sharing the camp is a talented young teen, Gabby, who hasn't "flipped her switch" yet, but has the potential ...
 
Part weight loss journey, part documentation of training to trek to Everest Base Camp In Sept 2019. Advice, tips, and laughs.
 
The Podcast for the MTB Strength Training System, the world's original and best strength and conditioning system designed exclusively for mountain bikers.
 
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Onyx Elite co-founder and two-time World Cup player for the USMNT Oguchi Onyewu joins the podcast. The guys start with Chris and Oguchi recounting their childhood together in Olney, MD and a few friendly disagreements on who was better at what! The guys then fast forward to the founding of Onyx together: how the idea was sprung and took nearly ten …
 
More disruptions are expected for travellers using Wellington Airport this morning as fog continues to blanket the city. RNZ reporter Hamish Cardwell has the latest.
 
The Silver Ferns have lost defender Michaela Sokolich-Beatson for the Nations Cup netball tournament in England.
 
Since visiting the Nepal in August for RNZ, Lynn Freeman has been reflecting on an eventful and sometimes stressful three weeks in this remarkable country. So having got most of the documentaries to air now she decided to make a programme about what went into gathering dozens of interviews in the far north and west and in the deep south of Nepal. M…
 
Yesterday we were talking books in Twizel - today we're slightly further north but still in Canterbury - speaking to Kit from Scorpio Books in Christchurch.
 
Dunedin students as young as four are working together to first clean up then restore Dunedin's historic Town Belt. The 202 hectare green space was unloved and run down until the launch of the Town Belt Kaitiaki education programme. It's a partnership between students, teachers and the community. The timing is perfect, with kaka and other birds now…
 
Our next story takes us on a trip around the beaches of New Zealand - and some abroad, as portrayed in art. Te Papa Museum curator Lizzie Bisley met The Weekend producer Laura Dooney at Island Bay beach in Wellington, to talk about the summer scenes in the museum's collection.
 
Roses - they're a staple in many gardens and often seen blooming wild across the country - but there are fears the roses the colonial settlers brought here, may disappear. While still seen in bouquets no matter the occasion - fewer people are growing roses at home, for a number of reasons - less time, less land, perhaps a wish to plant native plant…
 
The race is on in Auckland's Hauraki Gulf, where storms and sea swells are threatening an important Maori archaeological site on Otata in the Noises Group of islands. The landowners and local Ngai Tai ki Tamaki are working together to excavate the land to recover information before coastal erosion destroys it. The Noises lie to the north of Rakino …
 
Expat Kiwi journalist Thomas Heaton is helping the Kathmandu Post in Nepal to embrace the online opportunities now available to newspapers. Officially he's the Deputy culture and arts editor but he's also heavily involved in reporting on Travel and food. Travel is also a big issue for the small landlocked nation, and this being the year of the Visi…
 
Dunedin's Taiaroa Head is the only mainland breeding site of this magnificent bird so there is a lot at stake come breeding season. The first of this year's eggs has just hatched. But the news of the first chick broke at the same time as distressing news of a dead juvenile toroa/southern royal albatross with a stomach full of plastic - including a …
 
Neville Blackmore is senior search and rescuce officer and watch leader at the Rescue Coordination Centre. The centre takes care of all major maritime and aviation search and rescue missions, and land-based rescues were a distress beacon is activated. The scope of the organisation spans from the tropics in the pacific, down to the cold depths of th…
 
Lead poisoning is one of the biggest threats to New Zealand's ultra curious alpine parrot which is now nationally endangered with only an estimated 5,000 left. One of the Clown of the Alps' main champions is Queenstown's Tasmin Orr-Walker, co-founder of the Kea Conservation Trust.
 
Cecilia Bembibre is on a mission to save a part of our heritage that is often forgotten, or not thought of - the smell of things. That delicious smell of an old book through to the scent of a person, a building or even a town - she's intent on finding culturally significant smells, and capturing them.…
 
Maggie Oliver, the former detective and whistleblower who exposed Greater Manchester Police’s poor handling of the sexual abuse of young girls in Rochdale, talks about the publication of the first part of an independent review into failures in the Investigation of the sexual grooming of children. She tells us why she thinks girls are continuing to …
 
Will is ready to see some results and Ellie reassures him they are coming. Scott can't talk. Enjoy the show following runners training for their first 50k!
 
This week Nick goes for a set of swinging tunes from John Coltrane, Cannonball Adderley, Canadian singer Diana Panton, and Kenny Burrell.
 
This week Nick checks out some rising stars of NZ jazz: Roger Manins and Callum Allardice, winners of the 2019 Jazz Awards for Jazz Artist and Jazz Composition of the Year, and Myele Manzanza, whose latest album A Love Requited is out on First World Records.
 
Among several pressing concerns heading into another offseason, the Seahawks have three key offensive linemen set to hit free agency. Locked On Seahawks hosts Corbin Smith and Rob Rang discuss the state of Seattle's offensive line and project the starting five for the 2020 season opener, make predictions on where six unrestricted free agents will p…
 
We return to Nepal now - last week Lynn Freeman was on safari, this time she's exploring some of the increasing number of accommodation options available to visitors. Not the increasing number of high end 5-star international hotel chains that are building in Kathmandu, but the more interesting ones like community homestays in rural villages or eco…
 
For today's independent bookseller we're heading to a tiny shop in a tiny town in the Mackenzie District of Canterbury.
 
This week, producer Kevin Knodell walks us through his recent reporting in Iraq. https://coffeeordie.com/american-troops-iraq/ You can listen to War College on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play or follow our RSS directly. Our website is warcollegepodcast.com. You can reach us on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/warcollegepodcast/; and on Twi…
 
Self-described 'bird nerd' Elizabeth Werner is working to eradicate predators in her Wellington neighbourhood.
 
Bob and Mark discuss a potential contract extension for Zack Kassian that could come to fruition sooner than later.By CHED / Curiouscast
 
She beat the odds of not only making the New Zealand team but defying a badly injured knee to take home a bronze medal at the 2018 Gold coast Commonwealth Games. Now women's boxer Troy Garton has her heart set on representing this country at the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics.
 
The Director of Business Operations and Chief Operating Officer of the Oilers Entertainment Group, Tom Anselmi, gives a mid-season check-in on the off-ice aspects of the Oilers' operation.By CHED / Curiouscast
 
Dog agility - it's a sport that sees dogs of all shapes and sizes zooming around a course - that's described by those in the know as being like a 'doggy amusement park'. If you remember the television show Tux Wonder Dogs, that's what we're talking here - dogs running up ramps, over jumps, and through tunnels. The Weekend producer Laura Dooney met …
 
Get Elliotte's thoughts on Kassian-Tkachuk and other NHL headlines from the past week, brought to you by our friends at the River Cree Resort & Casino.By CHED / Curiouscast
 
Hear clips from Brian Burke on yesterday's show, explaining how he'd handle the Tkachuk situation from a managerial standpoint. Plus, line combinations from Oilers practice.By CHED / Curiouscast
 
It is without doubt one of the most haunting of our bird calls - that of the North Island kokako, less poetically also known as the blue-wattled crow. Ecologist and kokako specialist Dave Bryden is heavily involved in recent translocations in Taranaki and after several years he's able to assess if it's succeeding in establishing viable populations.…
 
After a breakdown eight years ago, Frank Jansen decided he'd never work in an office again. He now creates gardens for people with mobility or sensory issues and is head gardener at Katherine Mansfield House.
 
A kea with lead poisoning, seven owls and just as many kereru, a baby kingfisher and an underweight spoonbill are among the summer patients at Christchurch's Wildlife Hospital, during its busiest time of the year with it being breeding season. The Wildlife Veterinary Trust opened the hospital in December 2014 and since then has taken in hundreds of…
 
Today for our series on lifesavers we're talking to Myles Taylor from Fire and Emergency New Zealand. Myles is the principal rural fire officer in Northland - where a total fire ban was put in place just this week due to tinder-dry conditions. Mr Taylor also helped fight fires in New South Wales in November, just as the fire season took off far ear…
 
After the death of UK backpacker Grace Millane in 2018, award-winning investigative reporter Kirsty Johnson expressed her anger for the first time. Becoming better acquainted with grief makes crime reporting more challenging as time goes by, Johnson tells Lynn Freeman, but experience has given her increased awareness and confidence.…
 
We speak to RNZ Pacific reporter Jamie Tahana about the impact of the storm, and where it's headed next.
 
Shohreh Bayat, an Iranian chess referee, has caused controversy this week having been accused of not wearing a hijab at the current Women’s World Chess Championship. The wearing of the headscarf is mandatory in her country and despite disagreeing with the rule she claims she was complying. We hear from Shohreh. How worried is she about returning to…
 
To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/1141/29Have you ever noticed how kids try to hide things they've done wronga broken family heirloom, a bad report card, or a dent in the car? As much as he or she tries to hide the mistake, most often the parents find out. The same is true of our sin. As much as we try to …
 
Travis is back for a Friday edition of the Locked On Dolphins Podcast. On today's show, we'll introduce you to new Dolphins LB Coach Anthony Campanile and what Flores' coaching hires tell us. Plus, we'll finish the preview series with the safeties, and get to a bunch of your Twitter questions. @WingfieldNFL @LockedOnPhins LockedOnDolphins.com Locke…
 
Paddlers - both young and old - have spent this past week battling it out on Lake Karapiro at the annual Waka Ama Sprint Champs. Eighty-one-year-old Emily Bishop is among those competing, her team making it into the finals tomorrow. Kim Savage spoke to Emily about the rigours of training and what how the event's supporting people of all age groups …
 
The semi-finals are underway at the ASB men's tennis Classic in Auckland. RNZ sports reporter Clay Wilson is there.
 
Data released by Inland Revenue has revealed overseas-based student loan borrowers owe the Government more than $3.4 billion. There are more than 100,000 people with student loans living overseas and 72,000 of them have not met their repayment obligations. As one in-default borrower who was arrested trying to leave the country found out, they're li…
 
The idea of fighting fire with fire, it's a concept rooted deep in Australia's aboriginal culture. Indigenous fire management practices have found the spotlight amid the country's bush fire crisis with advocates calling for more recognition for their unique way of managing bush fire risk. Firesticks Alliance Indigenous Corporation is one such organ…
 
Andrew Barnes is on a global mission to shrink the average working week from five days to four. It's been 18 months since the founder of the trust company Perpetual Guardian offered his staff an opportunity to work four days, but still get paid for five, as long as they got their work done. What he found is staff not only got their work done, but i…
 
For a quick update on what the markets are up to this evening we're joined by business reporter Madison Reidy.
 
A historian is concerned that drastic reductions in archive opening hours will make it harder for iwi to conduct crucial research. From March 2nd, the reading room hours at Archives New Zealand will only be open for half a day, closing at 1pm. Archives New Zealand say fewer people are using the reading rooms, and they're redirecting funding towards…
 
Cyclone Tino, a category one storm, is due to make landfall over Fiji's second-largest island of Vanua Levu later this evening. Labasa has closed shop early as the storm bears down on the farming town. RNZ Pacific's Koro Vaka'uta speaks to Kim Savage.
 
One in five deaths around the world is caused by sepsis, according to a new study by the Global Burden Of Disease Report. Sepsis -- also known as blood poisoning -- killed more than 11 million people in 2017 - that's 1.4 million more than the number of people killed by cancer. It's got researchers concerned and calling for change as the threat of a…
 
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