Learn on the Go – Podcasts of the Week #7 (Week of 6/6/16)

Whether it be the daily commute or early morning cardio, cooking dinner or doing the chores, walking the mall or relaxing poolside on a weekend – podcasts are a great way to conveniently sneak in a little extra learning for the week. In this weekly installment, I share with you a shortlist of listen-worthy podcasts – old and…

Learn on the Go – Podcasts of the Week #6 (Week of 5/30/16)

Whether it be the daily commute or early morning cardio, cooking dinner or doing the chores, walking the mall or relaxing poolside on a weekend – podcasts are a great way to conveniently sneak in a little extra learning for the week. In this weekly installment, I share with you a shortlist of listen-worthy podcasts – old and…

Learn on the Go – Podcasts of the Week #3 (Week of 5/9/16)

Whether it be the daily commute or early morning cardio, cooking dinner or doing the chores, walking the mall or relaxing poolside on a weekend – podcasts are a great way to conveniently sneak in a little extra learning for the week. In this weekly installment, I share with you a shortlist of listen-worthy podcasts – old and…

Learn on the Go – Podcasts of the Week #2 (5/2/16)

Whether it be the daily commute or early morning cardio, cooking dinner or doing the chores, walking the mall or relaxing poolside on a weekend – podcasts are a great way to conveniently sneak in a little extra learning for the week. In this weekly installment, I share with you a shortlist of listen-worthy podcasts – old and…

Advocating an Experience-Based Coaching Education

To the kinesiology undergrad student/aspiring coach, Look at 100% of all strength and conditioning job postings and the first requirement that you will see is a four-year education in Kinesiology or a related field. So, you ibegin your journey toward becoming a coach inevitably by enrolling in the appropriate courses to put you on track for a…