Brian Zeller has taken over for Mark Gibson on the NATA International Committee. There are lots of great things happening in Athletic Training around the world. Check out our conversation to help understand how the NATA is advocating for the AT from all different angles.
We are broadcasting live from the 2018 NATA expo in New Orleans.
We used Facebook live, YouTube Live and Instagram Live to stream as many of the NATA 2018 Expo Interviews as possible.
Mike McKenney, Josh Ogden, and Jason Robey are all believers in normalizing breathing patterns and breathing posture to help re-align the body and reduce internal stress. There are a lot of treatments out there that claim to be the answer. This episode is about using breathing normalization to improve your treatment plan.
Mike McKenney of North Eastern University joins us again to talk about postural restoration. He is joined by Josh Ogden from Baylor University. I love their thirst for knowledge and understanding for the sake of improving the performance of their respective athletic programs.
Mike McKenney and Dan Boothby have figured out how to do the most valuable aspect of athletic training. They focus on preventing injuries through a close relationship between Athletic Trainer, Strength Coach and Sports Dietitian.
“Wow, those guys are just a fountain of knowledge” – Dr. Josh Yellen on the guests for #123
How to run a great student Athletic Trainer Program with Chris Shaddock and Mary Lynn Miller – 120.
Chris has been doing a lot to promote Athletic Training. His kids, school and community believe in what the team behind the team does. He joins us to share ways we can all be more like him.
Mary Lynn Miller Joins us via Skype from Allen ISD in Allen, Texas. They have over 70 SATs, all girls. They have some pretty strict requirements to make it to the varsity level. Dealing with all those high school girls there are countless stories of drama.
Listen as each of them shares ways they have succeeded in create great student athletic trainer programs.
Thanks to JJ Worthen for allowing us to use his music.
Dr. Mark Knoblauch of U of H MAT interviews me to find out why we are doing the Sports Medicine Broadcast. Since this recording comes from a live conference, some elements are lost due to lack of visual props and some crowd noise can be heard. The stellar content more than makes up for the difference in sound quality.