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Behind The Dish Softball

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Behind The Dish Softball

Ashlie Rowley, Shelby Babcock, Alley Dake PhD

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BTD is a conversation with a greater purpose. While baseball and softball-related experience and knowledge are the foundation of our topics, our scope includes mental development, emotional health, and their combined wellness factors. Our conversations surround the goal of inspiring well-rounded athletes, parents, and coaches. Our experience and knowledge in the game, we will take a deeper dive into real-life issues that affect student-athletes, parents, and coaches on and off the field, all ...
 
The Ultimate Sports Parent (www.youthsportspsychology.com), which aims to instill confidence and success in child and teen athletes, interviews coaches, parents, authors, professors and others about how to identify and overcome mental game challenges in sports. Hosted by Lisa Cohn. co-founder, along with mental game expert Patrick Cohn, Ph.D, of the Ultimate Sports Parent and Kids' Sports Psychology.
 
Your favorite biomechanics podcast! Melissa Boswell and Hannah O'Day, PhD, researchers at Stanford University, talk to researchers around the world about the exciting field of human (and animal) movement biomechanics. They also cover overcoming failures, collaborations, open science, leadership, and more. For more information, visit our website biomechanicsonourminds.com.
 
Join Dr. Robert Pastore and his co-host Lexie (@lexircise) as they discuss and clarify nutritional and neurochemical science. Dr. Pastore is also joined by guests from backgrounds of all types – from all-star athletes, to top trainers and coaches, to scientists and researchers - and dives deeply into the science behind optimizing performance and longevity. Dr. Pastore is a Certified Nutrition Specialist, and holds an MS in Human Nutrition from Eastern Michigan University and a Ph.D. in Biome ...
 
This is a series of audio files I recorded and put together for a PhD course at the University of San Diego focused on the intersection of developmental psychology and leadership. It was a great course, maybe one of the most impactful educational experiences I've ever had. In preparation for the final Socratic exam for the course, I made this series of recordings in lieu of writing one additional essay for the course. I had fun doing it and it helped me prepare and apply the course material ...
 
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The Taiwan Take

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The Taiwan Take

Ghost Island Media 鬼島之音

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A current affairs podcast on Taiwan and the world. Every episode, we invite a journalist to a conversation with an expert to get the big picture context of what we need to know. These are global issues, and this is The Taiwan Take. Nominated for Best News Podcast at 2020 Excellent Journalism Award in Taiwan. Produced by Ghost Island Media in Taipei, Taiwan. 2020年台灣卓越新聞獎 Podcast 新聞獎入圍者.這是一個專門討論臺灣時事的訪談性英文節目, 以「縱觀世界議題,以臺灣觀點論述」為主軸,由記者採訪跨領域專家、名人與來賓等,第一手將臺灣的故事推向國際. 鬼島之音製作播出.
 
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Teams can keep score, even when kids are young, and the players will still have fun and learn physical and mental game skills.That's the message from former Walt Disney Studios Executive Sasha Graham, a sports mom, former youth sports coach and author of “Whitney Wins Everything.”Keeping score means young athletes learn how to cope with mistakes an…
 
With summer softball around the corner we discuss tips on: How to be a great teammate? How to handle conflict with a teammate? How do we not take constructive criticism personally? This has been a reoccurring topic from listeners and athletes we work with and talk to. Join us as we discuss this and more!…
 
With the loss of three high profile female athletes to suicide over the last 3 months, we are shining a light on mental health. Hannah Farley is a decorated and accomplished softball player and student athlete who has overcome anxiety, depression, and anorexia to become a leader and advocate in woman’s softball. Join us on this important episode an…
 
We had so much fun talking to Professor Ashley Weaver, Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering at the Wake Forest School of Medicine about both her impactful research and educational projects. Her research spans three themes: 1) injury/crash biomechanics to improve car safety design elements 2) osteoporosis in aging and 3) the effects of spac…
 
Baseball can be a "self-esteem destroying sport" because mistakes are a big part of the game, says Josh Thole, former catcher for the New York Mets and Toronto Blue Jays.But parents can help ensure the sport doesn't hurt their kids' self-esteem, he says. First of all, they shouldn't focus on mistakes, but instead, should concentrate on helping spor…
 
Guest Sara Curran-Headley joins the podcast to talk about the myth of "HAVING" to go D1 or esle you're a bust. it's not true. Let's talk about it. Guest BIO: Sara is headed into her ninth season as the head coach of the SUNY Oneonta softball program in the 2021-2022 school year. In 2021, the Red Dragons finish 2nd on the East side of the SUNYAC Con…
 
Youth leadership expert Nina Lewis joins the BTDSB podcast to talk about how to lead a team and be more effective even though you may not be the best "athlete" on the team. This episode will help you become a better teammate, parent, and coach when it comes to being a leader and developing leadership skills. www.behindthedish.us #kids #sports #Lead…
 
Pickleball’s popularity is growing quickly, with many schools offering it for the first time. The sport is easy to learn, doesn't require much equipment and is accessible to kids of all income levels. It offers the opportunity to build confidence and make new friends, say Mike Nielsen, the AAU’s new pickleball chief, and InPickleball president Rich…
 
Stereotypes about girls in sports hurt girls' confidence, dreams and performance, says Donny DeDonatis III, CEO of the United States Specialty Sports Association (USSSA), a former pro athlete and the dad of twins in youth sports.He describes his worries about how such stereotypes affect his own daughter, age 7, and what he's doing to ensure girls a…
 
Happy 50th episode of BOOM! The tables are turned on the "BOOM doctors" Hannah and Melissa and they answer YOUR questions about BOOM, biomechanics, the future, fails, and more. A note from your hosts... We are SO grateful for all of your support since the beginning of BOOM. We've loved being on this journey with you and can't wait to see what the f…
 
In this episode we talk to Jonathan Samir Matthis, tenure-track professor of human movement neuroscience in Boston and founder of the FreeMoCap Foundation. We discuss how FreeMocap is collaboratively and thoughtfully “duct-taping together” open-source software to make it more accessible and usable for all. Connect with Jon Matthis! FreeMoCap websit…
 
In this episode of Behind the Dish Softball, The G.A.M.E.S. Mental Performance System Series with the focus on evaluation and stress relief. In this episode you will learn how to evaluate your performance in a beneficial way and also learn the importance of being able to decompress and rejuvenate for the next game.…
 
Our guest today is Dr. Mike Sonne, chief scientist at Three Motion AI where they use biomechanics to elevate athlete training and performance in baseball! We learn about how to translate biomechanical evaluations into useable applications like quantifying changes in performance. While you don’t need to be a baseball expert to enjoy this epsiode, we…
 
A study by the Aspen Institute and Utah State University–commissioned by TeamSnap–revealed what parents want most from youth sports and how the pandemic affected kids’ ability to meet those goals. Team Snap’s survey showed that parents, most of all, want kids to have fun, said Peter Frintzilas, CEO of TeamSnap, a youth sports management app. Only 5…
 
Coming out of the pandemic provides a much-needed opportunity to re-design youth sports in a way that provides kids with more fun and human connection, and ultimately, more confidence.That’s the word from Meredith Whitley, PhD, associate professor in Adelphi’s School of Health Sciences and co-editor of the Journal of Sport for Development. She prov…
 
How well do you handle a mistake? Can you let go of a strike out? How do you bounce back from giving up a home-run? Did you let the error you made in the field go so you can prepare for your next at bat? In this first episode of a 5 part series, Dr. Alley Dake takes the lead to introduce you to the G.A.M.E.S. Mental Performance System. The GAMES sy…
 
On this episode, we talk with Dr. Bob Guldberg, who is the Vice President and the Executive Director of the Knight Campus for Accelerating Scientific Impact at the University of Oregon. We loved learning about being a successful academic entrepreneur and his work in musculoskeletal tissue regeneration. Bob also shares the importance of embracing in…
 
Alice and Catherine are two anthropologists whose “jobs” is to write about other people-types… but they can’t stop obsessing over their own sociocultural categories - working-class or elite, Chinese American or Taiwanese American - and whether or not you can hear it in the way(s) they talk. Alice was an intern on The Taiwan Take and Metalhead Polit…
 
Communicating and connecting with sports kids is an important bonus of youth sports. Harley Rotbart, pediatrician, sports parent and author of the bestselling No Regrets Parenting says it’s important for parents to take advantage of the opportunities to connect with kids while helping them participate in youth sports. The car ride is one great oppo…
 
Hollywood actress and social media influencer, Kaycee Stroh, joins Behind the Dish SB to discuss her experience as a young competitive dancer and challenges she faced with a heavier body type. They discuss health and wellness with female-athletes and provide tips for breathing confidence and overall health into our female-athletes from a young age.…
 
In their efforts to help sports kids develop a growth mindset, parents and coaches should keep in mind that giving too many compliments can get kids "stuck" thinking they don't need to grow in certain areas, says Michaela Renee Johnson, bestselling author and a top iTunes podcaster with her ”But Why” podcast which encourages people to look at life …
 
“My advice is to always find a way to take a good step forward.” To kick off 2022, Dr. Mike Roussell joins Jason for Episode 054 focusing on nutrition. Dr. Mike consults on health, nutrition, and performance for a range of clientele from professional athletes, to celebrities, to Fortune 500 executives. “With a passion for nutrition rooted in sport,…
 
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