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Each week The Way of Champions Podcast will connect you with the top minds in sports, coaching, leadership, and building championship programs so you can take your athletes and teams to the next level.
 
ARE YOU A PARENT WITH A CHILD PLAYING SPORT? Listen to educated people around the world on the topic of child development in sport. No 1 reason children start playing sport is because it is fun but a staggering number of kids leave sports because they stopped having fun. Why? These and many other questions about child development in sport are discussed in this series. Come on! Join me it's a lot to learn about this.
 
As youth sports become more demanding, both of the kids and the parents, I'm providing my expertise as a resource for the highest level of personal training for youth athletes; and helping parents navigate youth athletics. Over 30 years in athletics as well as raising 3 collegiate scholarship athletes, my dynamic background helps position me as an expert in the health, fitness, and professional industries. I specialize in speed, quickness and jump training for youth athletes. Along with bein ...
 
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The Coaching Code
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What is "coaching"? For a word that is ubiquitous in languages across the globe, very few of us can agree on a proper definition. Without a definition, we can't decipher what it means to coach and what it takes to be a great one. In this geeky series, Coach Reed dives deep into the science, links it to professional practice and tries to unlock the "Coaching Code" so we can all be better at the role we love so much!
 
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Power Half Podcast
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Pennsylvania wrestling coverage for youth, high school, college and olympic levels. Live broadcast of duals, matches and tournaments. Wrestling schedule, tournaments , camp announcements. Live interviews with coaches, wrestlers in the Pennsylvania area. Weekly topics and questions from listeners.
 
Craig Haworth from winningyouthcoaching.com shares his interviews with successful youth sports coaches from around the globe to help the mom or dad youth coach be organized, effective, and win. Discover what tools, resources, books, and strategies the winning youth coaches use, and enjoy many fun stories along the way. Learn from the candid stories of both successes and failures, and implement the insightful recommendations on how to have an awesome experience with your youth sports team thi ...
 
Sharing insights and opinions on coaching and the sport in general, The Coaching Journey helps connect those interested in shaping the future of the beautiful game! Whether you are a coach, a player, or a parent, you will find something useful in the discussion! Continue the discussion! On Facebook: The Coaching Journey On Twitter @TheCoachJourney
 
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We have a treat for you this week!!! This week on the Way of Champions Podcast, John and Jerry have a discussion with 8x NBA Champion player and coach, Steve Kerr. What makes a great coach? How do you build a championship culture? Why should a coach ask their team, “How can I be better for you?” These questions and so many more are answered in ...…
 
Player Development Project is an online learning platform and collaborative project designed to bring together top coaches and experts from around the world. PDP was founded to bridge the gap between research and practice as well as showcase the work of top practitioners from around the world of football and other sports. Their goal is to aggre ...…
 
This week on the Way of Champions Podcast, John talks with Chris Ritter of Ritter Sports Performance. The conversation is full of great topics, including how to effectively motivate young athletes, bully coaching, and how a coach evolves over time. Chris Ritter has been coaching and inspiring others for over a decade. RITTER Sports Performance ...…
 
This week on the Way of Champions Podcast, John and Jerry talk with Al Huang about how Eastern philosophy meets Western psychology and how it relates to athlete performance. All shares stories about going to work with professional coaches and sports teams, bringing this this message of athleticism and movement and balance. Al and Jerry have wri ...…
 
Hall of Famer & mother of 8, Joey Peters has 110 caps for Matilda’s, including 3 World Cups (’99, ’03 & ’07) & One Olympic Games (2004) and she scored 28 goals for the Matilda’s. She played in USA, Brazil, and my birth country Sweden Retired from pro football ’09 and continued as a Development Coach for International Football School for 6 years ...…
 
In this week’s episode we are changing it up a little bit. John and James go back a few episodes and discuss some of the major points from each interview. Some of the topics they dive into include what drives kids out of sports, if shaming bd sideline behavior is appropriate, and how to be a great parent/coach. Highlights from the Discussion: H ...…
 
This week on the Way of Champions Podcast, John and Jerry talk with San Jose Earthquakes’ Chris Wondolowski on building a warrior culture and becoming the all time leading scorer in MLS history. It is a great episode you are not going to want to miss! Highlights from the Discussion: Jerry and Chris discuss how quickly things improved over the p ...…
 
We’ve all heard the shortest path from A to B is a straight line, but HOW we measure linear speed isn’t as clearly understood. My guest on this episode, Coach and Sport Technologist Carl Valle, has honed his expertise in performance data as well as an understanding for practical application of equipment and software. In this first of a four-par ...…
 
"What is the difference between an artist and a coach? At the end of the day, an artist can throw their work away, but a coach cannot.” You do not want to miss this interview with Women’s National Wrestling Team Head Coach Terry Steiner. We discuss the difference between coaching men and women, how important culture and direct communication is ...…
 
We think of toxic coaching as the 'sideline screaming', 'player punishing', name calling kind of coaching we see in movies like Varsity Blues. There is a more subtle kind of coaching that can do immeasurable damage and we can help remove it if we better train our coaches. What we say, becomes what they think. We craft the voices in their heads. ...…
 
This week’s podcast guest is J.P. Nerbun, mentor, writer, coach, and sports consultant. We dive into the difference between transformational coaching and transactional coaching, why labeling an athlete as “uncoachable” is more of a reflection on the coach than the athlete, and why every coach should be intentional about their “non-negotiables.” ...…
 
Force plate testing allows us to measure ground reaction forces - think running, jumping, stopping, etc. It’s a newer technology for the private industry and high school sports, but here at Carlisle Performance we’re using it to maximally develop speed, quickness and jumping in our young athletes and clients. As a parent it’s a struggle to watc ...…
 
How does picking values make us better coaches? What are ways coaches can increase influence? How do we find life balance as a coach? All this and so much more as we welcome back sports psychologist Dr. Jerry Lynch fresh from the 4th annual Way of Champions conference. Jerry has a new book out, culminating five decades of work into one of the b ...…
 
This week’s podcast guest is Brian Barlow, Oklahoma father and soccer referee Brian Barlow. On his facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/youreoffside/, Barlow calls out parents who are caught on tape displaying poor sportsmanship and offers $100 to people who submit the videos to bring attention to the pervasive problem of parents acting badl ...…
 
As an expert personal trainer for the athletes of Silicon Valley as well as a few Fortune 500 CEOs, I've been lucky to be surrounded by some very successful individuals. In addition to Carlisle Performance Systems here in the Bay Area, I've also trained the highest level sport referees and thousands of collegiate athletes. Drawing on experience ...…
 
WYC 170 – NBA exec – Pat Williams - Character Carved in Stone Pat Williams, senior vice president of the Orlando Magic, shares personal stories from his time as a parent with youth sports as well as what he teaches regarding developing leaders through sports. Pat's new book, CHARACTER CARVED IN STONE is about his discovery of the leadership vir ...…
 
This weekend, US men's national team star Christian Pulisic began his EPL career with Chelsea after his $73 million transfer from Borussia Dortmund to London. In today's podcast, we speak with his father Mark, a former collegiate and professional player and coach, about a variety of topics, including what it was like to raise Christian, how man ...…
 
In this week’s podcast we welcome Dr. Fergus Connolly, one of the world’s foremost human performance thought leaders and influencers. Dr. Connolly has applied performance science with leading sports, military, and business teams. He is the only coach to have full times roles in every major sport, including soccer (Liverpool, Bolton Wanderers), ...…
 
Reed Maltbie does not really need an introduction, he is a Mentor in youth sport and coaching. With two Masters degrees, one in Early Childhood Learning & one in Sports Psychology, Reed understand children and what is going on in their brains while growing up to become adults. He is the Creator of “Coaching code” podcast & Raising Excellence, H ...…
 
A high performance coordinator orchestrates the various disciplines that support athletes - strength and conditioning, sports medicine, sports psychology, sports nutrition, sport coach, sport science. It is quickly becoming a critical position across professional and collegiate sport organizations. As a parent of youth athletes, you serve as yo ...…
 
In this week’s podcast we welcome Travis Daugherty, a coach, teacher, speaker, and author of Hidden Talent: Uncovering What Really Makes a Champion a Champion. We discuss how sports should bring families together, the importance of knowing your “why” as a coach, and why it is crucial to know the difference between talent and ability. Other High ...…
 
Sports Mum of 8, Outreach Coordinator at MVP Leadership Academy and owner and founder at Sports Mom Essentials. Stacie run her own podcast “Eating curve balls for breakfast” 50:08 min episode Overview: 2:10 Introducing Stacie Mahoe 4:00 Stacey’s story is amazing referring to her 8 teachers and how she has seen families falling apart from their ...…
 
"It's difficult to be a great teammate if you are still focused on yourself,” says Dr. Peter Scales, author of Mental and Emotional Training for Tennis. For more than 45 years, Dr. Peter Scales has been a developmental psychologist, researcher, author, and speaker, internationally recognized as one of the world’s foremost authorities on the pos ...…
 
This week on The Coaching Journey Podcast I explore a topic that has been circling my own thoughts recently. As I transition into a new coaching role, I have been wondering how often coaches think of "the next opportunity" and miss out on the present one. How are we finding ways to continually develop ourselves in our roles without always looki ...…
 
Coaches of the future need to be evidence based coaches, according to Dr. Ronald Quinn, our recent guest on the Way of Champions Podcast. Join us as we discuss many topics, including why he chose to focus on youth sports and not coaching professionals, teaching “positions” versus “positioning”, and the importance of having a coaching philosophy ...…
 
With the US Women's National Team having just won their second World Cup in a row, and appearing in 3 finals in a row, today's podcast might seem weird. In fact, over the last few World Cup cycles, I have been wondering if the results we see are happening while stagnation or decline is underway. As coaches, how are we honestly assessing the res ...…
 
What does free play have to do with performance? Why does deliberate practice often fail to help a child reach their full potential? Let’s find out! Join John and Ted Kroeten, founder of Joy of the People, as they discuss why free play before structure is the best way to help young athletes reach their full potential. Our guest, Ted Kroeten, le ...…
 
Richard is a young (26years old), passionate and innovative coach from North Wales, UK. He continually strives to improve his level of knowledge working within a sporting environment in an attempt to fulfill individual(s) potential. With 7 Years of coaching experience, working an array of ages (U6 > Seniors), and abilities, cultures and backgro ...…
 
How can an Olympic Silver Medal be the greatest and worst moment of your life? This week on the Way of Champions Podcast, we welcome 5x Olympian and current Chair of UK Sport: Dame Katherine Grainger. Dame Katherine is British rower and with five Olympic medals and is Great Britain's most decorated female Olympian. We dive into many different t ...…
 
A conversation I saw on social media yesterday had me thinking on the play-practice-play methodology put forth by the U.S. Soccer Federation. Whether you like it, hate it, or find yourself somewhere in the middle, I shared my thoughts on who it might best serve, how any coach can utilize it, and why a blended approach may be a coach's best frie ...…
 
Tom Byer is a former professional soccer player originally from New York but who is now based in Tokyo, Japan as one of the most decorated and admired grassroots soccer coaches in the Asian region. HIs official title is Tom is the Technical Consultant for the Ministry of Education School Football Campus Program”. In this episode, we discuss ide ...…
 
WYC 169 – 700+ Collegiate Soccer Wins – Dr. Jay Martin - The Art of Coaching Dr. Jay Martin is the Ohio Wesleyan University Soccer coach and one of the nation’s winningest soccer coaches ever. He has written one of the books in the series for United Soccer Coaches titled, The Best of Soccer Journal: The Art of Coaching. It is seen as one of the ...…
 
With the Spring season ending for most coaches, I have been thinking on ways for coaches to continue their professional development in informal ways. In our podcast today, I challenge you to try one thing that I have found most helpful in my own coaching journey and development! The Coaching Journey Podcast is sponsored by Bounce Athletics! The ...…
 
Richard Cheetham MBE is Senior Fellow in Sports Coaching. He recently been awarded the 2018 UK Coaching Coach Developer of the year. Cheetham has worked at the University of Winchester since 2005, following three years spent teaching and coaching in New Zealand. He has a reputation at national and international level in coach education and deve ...…
 
This week, with the Women's World Cup underway and the United States Women's National Team about to play their first game, I have found myself thinking of Tony DiCicco and the conversation I was lucky enough to have with him, as well as his contribution to the game as a coach and coach-educator. I had the privilege of meeting Tony at a coaching ...…
 
Gordon MacLelland set up ‘Working with Parents in Sport’ after 20 years as a teacher and as a coach for all age levels from 7-year olds to Adults. He has a BA/Hons degree in Sports Science from University College Chester and a PGCE from Lancaster University. He is the author of two books, ‘Great Sports Parenting’ – A pocket guide for parents of ...…
 
Meet Trevor Ragan, the guest on this week’s Way of Champions Podcast. Trevor is the founder of Train Ugly, and the host of a fantastic podcast called The Learner Lab [link]. This one goes a little over an hour, but we promise it is worth the time! Grab a notebook and a pen, and maybe some coffee or tea. This one is packed with incredible inform ...…
 
In this bonus episode, John and Jerry discuss the Way of Champions Conference in Denver, CO on August 2-4. Visit https://changingthegameproject.com/wocconference for more information! WOCERALYBIRD for $100 off (good until June 15, 2019) Discounts for students from 1/2 off Group discount, 1/2 off with 5 or more coaches Highlights from the Podcas ...…
 
This week, The Coaching Journey Podcast is excited to welcome Tom Rowney on the podcast! Tom is a coach whose experience has seem him work at the youth, college, and professional levels. He is a self styled eclectic pragmatist, and indeed our conversation today looks to add some different perspectives to the skill acquisition discussion. Be sur ...…
 
Rob is a motivational speaker for “Proactive Coaching“. Along with Bruce Brown, Rob uses his speaking skills and “coaching” knowledge to promote the “Proactive Coaching” mission of helping coaches positively impact their athlete’s lives. His experience gives him an amazing view at the status of modern day coaching and parenting. Highlights from ...…
 
This week, The Coaching Journey is excited to welcome Reed Maltbie back on the show! Reed is the founder of Raising Excellence, a lifelong coach, and the host of the Coaching Code podcast! We have a great discussion in which Reed talks about the common issues facing coaches at all levels, as well as the solutions that can be found from grassroo ...…
 
David Epstein is the author of Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World, and of the New York Times bestseller The Sports Gene. He has master's degrees in environmental science and journalism and has worked as an investigative reporter for ProPublica and a senior writer for Sports Illustrated. He lives in Washington, DC. Highlights ...…
 
WYC 168 – Youth Wrestling – Chris Mance - Helping sports families Chris Mance is a family coach who helps sports families pursue difficult goals while maximizing their happiness on their journey. Chris has a unique story from playing at football at West Point to becoming an entrepreneur, husband, and eventually a father of two young wrestlers. ...…
 
What do you really know about yourself? How we perceive ourselves can be very different than how we are perceived by others. Great coaches have a self-awareness that allows them to gain better insight into their strengths and weaknesses and ensure they are always at their best for the athletes.By Coach Reed Maltbie.
 
This week, The Coaching Journey Podcast is going back in time with a throwback episode featuring Sefu Bernard! Sefu is currently the Director of Player Development with the Washington Mystics as well as the founder of theLLaBB! When we first recorded this discussion almost four years ago we had a great discussion on a variety of coaching topics ...…
 
Our guest this week is Erik Imler. Imler, a UVA graduate, was a NCAA National Champion in 1989, 1991 and 1992 and went on to be a member of the 1992 Olympic Team and represented the United States as a player and then as a coach. As a Youth Academy Director and passionate blogger who is dissatisfied with the status quo of youth soccer developmen ...…
 
Ruth Nicholson is an internationally-certified professional facilitator, mediator, and organizational alchemist. She specializes in helping clubs design board processes and club operations to provide more effective support to coaches, teams, and players. Ruth is also the co-creator of the 2019 GO! Chase Excellence Think Tank to Improve Youth Sp ...…
 
Words have power. We know of the power they have to transform lives, but did you know they also help athletes perform better? The words employed as cues for teaching skills can be the difference between flawless execution and total frustration.By Coach Reed Maltbie.
 
Not that one...the other one. FUN. It's common knowledge, and common sense, that kids play sports to have fun. In this episode we'll dig into Amanda Visek and Heather Mannix's work on Fun Maps and discuss solutions for making sports "Fun and".By Coach Reed Maltbie.
 
"How do I deal with crazy parents?" I hear this a lot and my first response is "Stop dealing with them and engage them." My second response is "Stop calling them crazy." In this special guest episode, Gordon MacLelland and I discuss the best tactics for engaging parents as partners. We loved working together on this so much we wrote a book on t ...…
 
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