SWATA President Mitzi Laughlin joins us to celebrate National Athletic Training Month. She tells her story of being the first female Student Athletic Trainer to work football at the University of Texas, being chased by a tank and SWAT team and her trips on NASA’s Vomit Comet. Then Bubba Wilson joins us and we kinda get to story time.
Dr. McGrath had a family emergency that worked out for the best this time. I wanted to have my beautiful bride come on so we could share our story of how we met, and what we think we do well to keep romance alive on this Valentines Day edition. I Love My wife!
Affectionately nick-named J-Lo, Jesse Lopez has been working hard to build an Athletic Training program that prevents athletic injuries as much as it treats and rehabilitates them. Yoga and Functional Movement are two pieces of the puzzle.
Chris Shaddock has received several awards but those do not speak do not speak to the volumes of great things he is doing at Dawson High School with Sports Medicine. Find him on twitter for more great ideas: @fabu_AT
Brett McQueen is a self proclaimed stat junkie. However we might all be interested in one stat he mentions on the podcast about a decrease injuries at some of the places he has been using the FMS and SFMA.
Stood up by a celebrity guest we make the most of it. Talking about Super Food Pizza, dealing with crying injuries and various other things until we are cut short due to injury. Here is the recipe link
Last one before the Christmas Break – Merry Christmas everyone
Chris Lenker of ATpodcast.net and Tusculum College joins us as we join him for our first double ended podcast. He is doing some really cool things with his college students and be sure to check out their large AT Month endeavor this coming March – 31 podcasts in 31 days to promote and support Athletic Training
Jesse Rhinier invented the PowerSplint’s Sports Finger out of personal need. Realizing he had a product that many people could benefit from he used his real estate skills to develop and market the SportsFinger. Towards the end of our discussion he tells listeners how they can receive a free sample to test with their athletes.
Joshua Stone and Ryan Wantz team up to tell us why we should not be using ice as a main part of our treatment for athletic injuries. Initial use of ice for pain management is okay but the inflammatory response is important. Listen to our conversation and earn some BOC CEUs while you are at it.
During pre-med courses Cat web learned an interesting philosophy: See one, Do one, Teach one. This has influenced her teaching style and created some pretty big ripples in Spring Branch ISD. Administrators talk about vertical alignment, however Mrs. Webb and her students demonstrate it by teaching 5th graders Sports Medicine skills.
From Houston to Dallas the Ukraine to the Domincan Republic sports medicine has no boundries. Diane and Renatta talk about how they used their sports medicine skils to serve others this summer with CSMA.
Pasadena Independent School District’s Athletic Trainer situation is really good:
5 High School = 10 ATs + 1 Stadium AT; Sports Medicine 1&2 in all 5 schools, no core/ regular classes.
David Wilkinson, Bubba Wilson, and Randy Dugas tell how they made it happen here and how you can begin to do the same where you are. Research is key, but perception of value is equally important.
Texas A&M professor Dr. Judy Sandlin joins us to discuss some super foods, supplements and truesport.org. Thanks to her encouragement we will begin lessons in adding super foods to what we already eat.
Sometimes I just have to let go and see what happens. Our guest did not show, so I trusted my students and we just winged it for this episode, talking about our experiences, and about what we plan to do this year.
Another successful year in the “books” for the SMB. I hope we have improved the overall quality, appeal and entertainment of the show. as always this is the place to reach us if you have someone or something you want to hear about.
At their previous places of employment both Bubba Wilson and Cat Lawrence had an Xbox Kinect. Ours has been open for about 2 weeks and have not used it for athletes yet. They have most of the knowledge and insight, I am just the pretty face on this one.
I would recommend viewing the YouTube or Ustream video of this episode to watch the conversation.
Shenne Lewellen and Renatta Delello took a trip with Christian Sports Medicine Alliance (CSMA) last year and each of them is planning to take another trip this summer. To paraphrase: “You can not return to your everyday job without being changed after going on a trip like this.”
Bob Marley is probably the best known name in Athletic Training in the Greater Houston area. We are lucky to have him on the podcast today, and I am also lucky to be able to call him a colleague and a friend.
Will Carroll is a lead writer for Bleacher Report and known on twitter as @injuryexpert. He has written pieces for several big names in sports journalism. He joins us to talk about his job, experiences and hit on steroids and other PEDs.
Chik-fil-a is an efficient and well run business. About half of their employees are high school or college age people. Listen in to learn how you can improve your athletic training program and get the best out of your people. – Captured Live on Ustream at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/sports-medicine-broadcast
Everybody is talking about Super Foods right now. These are foods that help fight cancer, lower cholesterol, prevent heart disease. However, not everyone is talking about how to easily incorporate these foods into your everyday diet.
Planning a workshop for over 1,000 high school students and 200 Athletic trainers and sports medicine professionals is not easy. Catherine had a crash course and did a great job. Hear her feedbackand advise.
Dr. Penny Wilson from Memorial Herman Iron-Man Sports Medicine Institute joins us again for another amazing episode. Also do a quick poll of your students and athletes, “What did you eat for breakfast this morning?”
You would not think an athletic trainer would be needed for fantasy sports but that is why Jeff Stott’s job interested me so much. He writes for Rotowire.com and is one of the guys that helps you make you decisions for fantasy sports sit and starts.
Mary Spalding, a senior Athletic Training student in Colorado has a very interesting story that encouraged her to get into Athletic Training and encouraged her to seek admittance to medical school after graduation.
Houston Firefighter Justin steps in for a discussion on how he dropped 20 pounds over the course of three months primarily by improving his diet. He also helps us understand the purpose of the hard work: helping kids that have been forever changed by their burns.
Registered Dietician for Memorial Hermann Ironman Sports Medicine Institue Dr. Penny Wilson comes to talk nutrition basics with our students. As I figured we could not get through everything we wanted so we will look to bring her back next semester.
As much as Christi loved the injuries, treatments, rehab, teaching and relationships, she made a decision to leave athletic training for an undetermined amount of time to stay home with her new baby. Listen to her tell us why.
This summer Diane Shore used her Sports Medicine skills to serve out her faith in the Ukraine and she is already working on heading back to the mission field next summer. Take a moment to listen to her story.
Bacon Burger Dogs, Child Bike seats, new sports medicine students…this episode is a warmup, equipment test and introduction for new students all in one. There is very little Sports Medicine content but some behind the scenes info about your host.
You can tell it is the end of the year because we got off to a really slow start on this one. Wrapping up year two we get some feedback and reflect on our guests. Since I am short on time there will be almost no editing for this one. Thanks for listening!
The only time in Sarah and Kim have ever been backup plans was this week when our scheduled guests had to cancel about 2 hours prior to show time. They did a great job jumping in and going with the flow. Sarah was with us in studio and Kim was listening live and commenting in the chat room. It was a great excercise in perseverance and flexibilty. We also had a record number of four live listeners. Keep with us as we build up the profession of Atheltic Training.
Year round organized sports are too much for young kids. If the professionals don’t play the same sport 12 months a year then why would you ask a 12- 18 year old too? Listen to the stats and let your kid rest.
Kevin Brown, former athletic trainer and longtime friend of Jeremy’s joins us to have a couple good laughs as we tell stories of trouble we go into during our time as student athletic trainers. CAUTION: You may not want your students to hear this.
This was our second skype call and third to be broadcast live via USTREAM. It was also our first international call, ergo we are now a global force.
Kara Taylor, Director of Mobilization for Christian Sports Medicine Alliance, joins us to give some details and stories about how Sports Medicine people are using the skills they have learned to share the message of Hope. This was also our first episode using Skype and second using Ustream to broadcast live so you can join in the conversation via the chat room.
Andy Brockway joins us to discuss his story and journey from Utah to become an assistant Athletic Trainer for Houston Baptist University‘s Athletic Training program. It is always cool to be able to promote “my” school.
Look for HBU Sports Medicine Course Lectures on iTunesU in August
As a VP and Director of Communications for Meador Staffing, Morgan Sheen knows about building your brand through social media. If you want to be successful at something then talk to someone who has found success in that area. That’s what I am doing here.
There is a real truth to the proverb ”With age comes wisdom.” Mr. Ben Meador has 44 years of experience hiring people. They have been successful through several poor job markets because of the visionary leadership of Mr. Meador. My favorite thing is that Mr. Meador never hesitated when I asked him to come speak to our students and listeners.
Bubba Wilson has had a prolific career throughout Texas as an Athletic Trainer. Because of his vast experiences, he has a lot more to say than we can fit into a normal length podcast. This means we get to invite him back for another episode.
Dawn is the Head Athletic Trainer at NCAA Division 1 Rice University. On her off day from traveling with the team she came out here to Pasadena to meet with our students. The best part about the interview are the questions and discussions that happen before the show starts. I love being able to connect the students to the professional world.
Dr. Barry Wiese willingly stepped in to help us bridge the gap and build a better relationship between Athletic Trainers and Chiropractors. We had a great time and the students came up with some good questions.
Mr. Barrett takes a break from lunch duty at Dobie High School to share with us about the change in job from full time athletic trainer to administrator. He worked at Lamar University, and a few high schools before stopping at Jackson’s alma mater. My favorite part is the reason he made the switch.
In my opinion psychology is the opposite of science, but with a little bit of persuasion from Melissa Romell I can see the value of psychology in sports. Once again our district is awesome at making resources available. Melissa works as a teacher in our district and volunteers her time and services to help our students succeed.
We are glad to have the award-winning coach David Sell on to talk about weight loss on a very busy schedule. Not only is he a husband and father, but he is also a football and track coach with a full teaching load to top it off. Finding time to get healthy isn’t easy but for Coach Sell life will never be the same.
LaShelle joins us to discuss career options other than being employed full-time in a typical high school setting. She works as an Outreach Athletic Trainer for the Methodist Hospital System providing care for many area schools and multiple events. Our first attempt at this show encountered some problems, but thankfully this time worked.
Join our Sports Medicine 1 students as they discuss what they have liked, disliked, and learned about the course through the first five weeks. If I didn’t know any better I would say some of them want to take my host spot. Michelle, Sarah, Mariah, AnaKaren, and Alondra all share their opinions.
Curious students get to record our first broadcast of the new year. I must admit it was not planned, practiced or rehearsed in any way. You will hear some background noise as our studio is in the middle of the athletic facility. Thanks to Laura, AnaLaura and Michelle for just jumping in and going with it.
Jackson & Doc close out the year with a short episode discussing the change from science and math teachers to Sports Medicine teachers. We also give some tips that have helped make our lives as Athletic Trainers easier.
We had 5 of our sports medicine students in studio with us. They give a great brief perspective to life as a student athletic trainer. We have had a lot of great times with the podcast so far. Next week is our last week of school and we will be giving one last episode to close out the year.
I loved having my cousin and Jessica on the show to share their extensive background in the performing arts. While you are listening you can note the conversation between Danielle and Jessica about Sam Houston’s Dance Program. We are connecting people everywhere
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Michelle Nettles from South Houston High School joins us for our final installment of “Can’t We All Just Get Along” – Trainers in Pasadena ISD. Doc does most of the picture taking so he gets the shaft a little bit, but he is here working hard. I could not do this successfully without his support or the amazing editing abilities of my beautiful wife.
This is our first ever podcast with two guest and two hosts and our first ever live studio audience. Of course it had to be my Alma Mater J. Frank Dobie High School. Jesse Lopezand Christi Baker are both in their first year in the district and at Dobie, but they are not newbies to the profession.
In the special Cinco de Mayo edition of the Sports Medicine Broadcast, Pasadena Memorial High School’sMatt Babisak joins us. We regret not snapping some photos of Jaime yesterday but we are still young. Feel free to follow us on twitter, send the link out to our show, make suggestions, or email usto be a guest.
So here is the long-awaited episode of The Sports Medicine Broadcast. This is the first interview-style broadcast featuring the host Jeremy Jackson aka “Jackson” and Bill “Doc” Hale. Bill has a lot of experience and tons of stories and knowledge. Check out the show, follow us on Twitter, leave comments or email us with questions or topics you would like to see addressed. You can also find the podcast in iTunes.