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.
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.
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.
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.