NAIA level athletics prides itself on the development of their student athletes. President and CEO Jim Carr joins us to share his passion for leading this organization and breaks down what makes the NAIA different.
Archives for January 2017
Inspired from a recent quote from Dabo Swinney, Adam and TJ debate this hot topic. What is fair? What is right? What could it look like? The guys dive deep into these questions and much, much more.
Have you ever had a teammate that was turning into a distraction? Whether they have a bad attitude, always complaining, very selfish or bullying their teammates, you have a way to address them. In this episode we’ll help provide you ways to handle teammates who are becoming a distraction.
Scoring a point at the college level is an accomplishment in itself, but in today’s episode we are privileged to have someone who’s done that over 3,000 times. The state of Kansas’s all-time leading scorer Grant Greenberg joined us to share his journey and show you what it takes to become an all-time scorer.
Today’s episode is broken into four quarters for another fun NBA shoot-a-round. We discuss the current state of NBA fans voting players into the all-star game, breaking up the divisions throughout the NBA, Adam and TJ’s thoughts on teams ‘tanking’, and finally debate what young player we would rather build a franchise around.
It’s easy to get fired up for games, but what about practice? Practice, especially practice in the middle of the season can be tough. If you want to be the best, you need to learn how to bring the juice. In this episode we’ll share ways you can bring the juice all season long.
You don’t become a hall of famer by accident. We were fortunate to be joined by two hall of famers to discuss their journey that includes some fascinating stories of perseverance. You’ll enjoy this one.
Taking your coaching from ‘coaching to teaching’ is a game-changing. In this episode we dig into the second half of TJ’s 7-keys to becoming a master teacher. You will not want to miss part two of this two part series.
Most people don’t realize that vulnerability can be a healthy component as you work towards becoming the best player possible. Being vulnerable and showing an ability to take risks as both a player and leader could change the entire dynamic of your team. In this episode we’ll help you better embrace vulnerability and use it to your advantage.
The legendary John Rinka discusses what it took to become a basketball hall of famer despite obstacles including his height. John’s energy and passion is shown through this episode that you will not want to miss.