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.
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.
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
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?”
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.
Concussions are a very hot topic in news in general even more so in sports. Dr. Summer Ott is one of the top nueropsychologist in the country when it comes to concussion management.
Twitter pick of the week:
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.
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.
follow @AthTrainrProbz on twitter for some laughs
March is National Athletic Training Month