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Do college athletes have time to be students? Going to college is exciting, fun, and hard work. But do you think it's realistic to expect them to practice for hours after class and then study? These are students who are in college because of their sports scholarship not necessarily because of their academics. They practice hours on end; on the field and on the court pefecting their skill. They want to experience college life too, the social scene. SO is there enough time time in the day to include studying? Are they given preferential treatment? Tune in and give your opinion. #collegeathletes
Tonight : 10 Athletes to look watch at WJC. JADCO Saga continues! and much more!
An indepth look with liveley discussion of the Track and Field Happennings with a Caribbean twist with the Data Guy, Rico and Host Sean Garrity. Athlete analysis, head to head matchups, relay pools, field events break down, world leads and much much more. Interviews with Coaches, and Athletes.
This is not your typical Sports show...its all track heads and junkies!!
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May 22, 2014: Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries are becoming increasingly common among youth athletes and can lead to arthritis of the knee later in life. But a recent clinical report in Pediatrics, the official journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics, notes that the risk for ACL injuries can be significantly reduced with a simple neuromuscular training program.
In this episode, Julie Eibensteiner, PT, DPT, CSCS, who has worked with numerous college and elite soccer players both as a physical therapist and as a coach, discusses ACL injuries and gives advice to parents about ways to reduce the risk of these knee injuries for their children.
Read more about ACL tears and tips on preventing knee injuries at MoveForwardPT.com.
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Image is very important to sports athlete and many are not shy to share their love of beauty, grooming & fashion so let's discuss our favorite sports athletes plus their own fashion lines they represent.
Also , did you know that media mogul Ryan Seacrest has teamed up with Macy's to create his own men's fashion label which launches exclusively at selected Macy's stores plus online this fall 2014. Just follow @SeacrestStyle for updates plus listen to this broadcast obviously.
We will also discuss HOT TOPICS !
Thanks for your support always!
-BETH aka B.TRU-
First of all ..my apologies for not broadcasting on Tuesday night but let us have a blast continuing the talk regarding our fav athletes & fashion, @RyanSeacrest @SeacrestStyle #Distinction Men Fashion Line which will launch in August at selected @macys plus online.
Other hot topics & stories will be the subject matters also
Do you think minority athletes, or people with "stature", believe they have a glass ceiling above them?
Do you think minority athletes take the time to understand the history of their culture?
What is the difference, in expectation, between minority/majority athletes and people with status?
Do minority athletes understand what they can do with their status?
Why minorities do not open up dialogue about their race's past in order to enhance their future?
This show will also feature and interview from the people bringing us the play:
A PIECE OF MY MIND! A group of black men AND boys speak!
A staged reading written by Ronald McIntyre
Show times: Saturday, July 26 at 7pm
Tickets: General Admission - $10.00
All Performance At:
Porter Sanford III
PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
3181 RAINBOW DRIVE,
DECATUR, GA 30034
Coach Larry "Face" Weathers is a former pro football player that is now a world renown personal trainer. He discusses with TA's Scouting Scoop about the ways for student-athletes to keep themselves in elite shape, what his services has to offer, and some of the notable clientele that he as worked with.
The Locker Room show With Prince takes a look into the real character of Lebron and Johnny Football. We will also look into what these athletes do for our community. How can we get them more invovled in giving back, or do we need to pay them first? Let's get talking!
Canadian Olympic luger John Fennell came out publicly this week. He talked about the mental struggle of being a closeted gay man trying to compete in Sochi, where well-known laws explicitly targeted him. Fennell we'll join us, and we'll ask him about the reaction to his coming out story and his overall experience in Russia.
Plus, we'll hit on some of the other LGBT athletes talking publicly this week, including a former Baylor basketball player, a tennis player and a college runner who claims he was kicked out of school for being gay.
Ruth Ellen Riley is a retired professional bascketball player (center) playing most recently for the Alanta Dream in the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA). Her Notre Dame team won the NCAA women's championship in 2001 and her Detroit Shock team won the WNBA championship series in 2001 and 2003 becoming the first person to win the MVP awards in both the NCAA and WNBA championships.
Ruth has also played on teams that won the National Women's Basketball League (NWBL) championship, the gold medal at the 2004 Athens Olympic Games and the 2010 EuroCup Championship.
Heisman Trophy winner, Johnny Manziel's behavior has raised questions about athletes as role models. Too often, the dark side that includes performance enhancing drugs, a party lifestyle and poor sportsmanship, can overshadow an athlete's true ability.
Before you urge your child to take after his favorite ball player, consider the pros and cons of the influence that the athlete can have on your child’s life.
Another notable epidemic, that is dismantling the hopes and dreams of young athletes, is the alarming trend towards "professional-level" injuries among youth players.
Overuse injuries that may seem short-term will often lead to long-term consequences for the young athlete.
Issues and behaviours towards pain, injury and the need for proper recovery can influence our young athletes. Traumatic injury can come at a cost to young athletes who model behaviours of the injured athlete unwilling to nurse an injury to full recovery.
Dr. Paul Dennis joins us in conversation on how to make sports a safer environment with positive behaviour from the grassroots level to the pros on Wednesday, November 20th @ 7PM EST at BEYONDtheCheers on blogtalkradio. Dial-in TOLL FREE 1-877-357-2448 in Canada and United States to ask a question, or email in advance.
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