Bhrett McCabe

The MindSide Podcast by Dr. Bhrett McCabe

The MindSide Podcast
The MindSide Podcast by Dr. Bhrett McCabe

Description

The MindSide is the performance perspective of Dr. Bhrett McCabe. Throughout the podcast, topics will be explored and discussed related to nutrition, performance and sports psychology, and personal excellence.

Episodes

Eric Eshleman: On Top of the Golf World

Nov 8, 2019 43:01

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This week's guest is at the top of his field in the game of golf. Eric Eshleman is very well well known as a teaching professional for PGA Tour players such as Graeme McDowell, Patton Kizzire, Smylie Kaufman, and Paul Dunne. Even former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, an avid golfer, turns to Eshleman for all of her golf swing needs.

But earlier this year, Eshleman, the director of golf at the Country Club of Birmingham, received an award that solidified him at the top. He was named the recipient of the 2019 PGA Golf Professional of the Year Award. This award is the highest annual honor given to a PGA of America Professional.

Bhrett McCabe: My Perspective on Elite Performance

Nov 1, 2019 51:28

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This week on The Secrets to Winning, we have a bit of a unique situation. First off, here's a little backstory. A couple of months ago one of my good buds - a former PGA Tour player - said to me "You've got some amazing guests, and I've learned a ton. But one thing I feel like I'm missing is YOUR perspectives. You do a good job of integrating your ideas into the conversation, but you're respectful of other people's platforms so you don't want to take their attention. But I want to hear from YOU."

So this episode we flipped the script. I am the guest and interviewing me is good friend Ryan Brown, a sports radio host for one of the largest and most listened to sports talk shows in the country. Ryan asks me the hard-hitting questions that I usually ask our guests. If you want to know what it takes to be an elite performer from my perspective, you are in the right place!

 

Gina Snyder: My Inspirational Comeback Story

Oct 25, 2019 24:05

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This week's guest on The Secrets to Winning has overcome a life-threatening injury to get back on the field. Gina Snyder was a starting pitcher for Purdue University's softball team until she encountered a life-threatening brain injury, which forced her to put the game she loved on hold and return home to Tucson, AZ to retrain her brain how to think, how to walk, and eventually, how to dominate on the field again.    Once fully healed, Gina gave softball another shot and walked-on at the University of Arizona, a perennial softball power. She made the team and earned wins over UCLA, Florida State, and Team Japan (the #2 ranked team in the world).   Throughout this episode, Gina talks about her debilitating illness, her mindset to overcome her circumstances, and ultimately, get back on the field. Truly inspiring!

Garrett Powell: The Competition Behind the Bachelorette

Oct 18, 2019 47:16

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Reality shows in this country are massive. It seems like they consume the primetime slots of network television across all stations. As a psychologist, I am a huge fan of The Bachelor and Bachelorette series’. Whether you watch them or not (more than likely you do, whether you want to admit it or not), I think these are the best two shows on human behavior and competition that have ever been created.

 

Our guest on this week’s episode is Garrett Powell, someone who has experienced all of the craziness that is The Bachelorette first-hand as a contestant this past season (season 15). In real life, Garrett is a PGA Tour Professional at Shoal Creek Golf Club in Birmingham, Alabama, one of the finest private clubs in the United States.

Chris Burke: How to Manage Amateur Athlete Development

Oct 11, 2019 41:37

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This week's guest on the Secrets to Winning is former Major League Baseball player and current ESPN Baseball Analyst Chris Burke. Chris was an "All-Everything" player in college at Tennessee where he was a 2x consensus All-American and the 10th overall pick in the 2001 MLB Draft by the Houston Astros.

 

Chris now serves as one of the lead college baseball analysts for ESPN, and you can find him in the booth for large events such as the NCAA Tournament and College World Series.

Ryan Holiday: Stillness is the Key

Oct 4, 2019 01:03:10

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Our guest this week is none other than bestselling author Ryan Holiday talking about his new book Stillness is the Key and how that applies to performers and competitors in all walks of life. Ryan has written countless bestselling books and has made ancient wisdom wildly popular with a new generation of leaders in sports, politics, and technology with The Obstacle Is the Way and Ego Is the Enemy. In his new book, Stillness Is the Key, Holiday draws on timeless Stoic and Buddhist philosophy to show why slowing down is the secret weapon for those charging ahead.

All great leaders, thinkers, artists, athletes, and visionaries share one indelible quality. It enables them to conquer their tempers. To avoid distraction and discover great insights. To achieve happiness and do the right thing. Ryan Holiday calls it stillness--to be steady while the world spins around you. How can you be calm in the midst of chaos?

Break Free From Suckville

Sep 27, 2019 15:07

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People that come to me aren't doing so because everything is awesome. The people I see are frustrated, and they feel like they are stuck in what I call "Suckville" - that dreaded space between our reality and our potential or where we "think" we should be.

Suckville can be a tough place to get out of. You're constantly frustrated with your current reality vs. where you think you should be. You feel like you are taking way too long to reach your goals, and you want success RIGHT NOW. I want to help you get out!

Eric Zimmer: What Does Rock Bottom Feel Like?

Sep 20, 2019 45:32

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At the age of 24, he was homeless, addicted to heroin and facing long jail sentences. In the years since he has found a way to recover from addiction and build a life worth living.

This week's guest on The Secrets to Winning is Eric Zimmer. Eric has been a behavior change coach for the past 20 years and also hosts an award-winning podcast, The One You Feed, which is based on an old parable about two wolves at battle within us. With over 200 episodes and more than 10 million downloads, the show features conversations with experts across many fields of study about how to create a life worth living.

 

Alan Stein Jr.: How To Raise Your Game

Sep 13, 2019 51:56

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Alan Stein, Jr. is a keynote speaker and author who spent 15+ years as an NBA performance coach working with the highest-performing basketball players on the planet including Kevin Durant, Steph Curry, and Victor Oladipo. He now teaches audiences how to utilize the same strategies in business that elite athletes use to perform at a world-class level.

 Alan specializes in improving individual and organizational leadership, performance and accountability.  He inspires and empowers everyone he works with to take immediate action and improve mindset, habits and productivity which is what makes him one of the top motivational speakers you’ll ever hear.

Marty Reichenthal: How I Built and Sold 30+ Businesses

Sep 6, 2019 01:00:08

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This week's guest is Marty Reichenthal, a savvy investor and entrepreneur. I had the opportunity to do a live event with Marty earlier this year, and I was very impressed with his content.

Marty has over 40 years of leadership and entrepreneurial experience. In 1993 he partnered with OSI partners to expand a family-owned restaurant called Carrabba’s and built 16 restaurants. After selling back his interests in 2003 he took a position a VP of Operations – overseeing more than 100 locations in 16 states.

In addition to many other business ventures, Marty purchased and developed 21 OrangeTheory locations over the span of 5 years. He recently sold a majority of the company to a private equity firm, and remains on the board of directors.

Wright Thompson: The Mask That Eats The Face

Aug 28, 2019 52:15

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There is only one Wright Thompson. He is, as they say, famous if you know who he is: his work includes the most read articles in the history of ESPN (and it's not even close) and has been anthologized in the Best American Sports Writing series ten times. But to say his pieces are ALL about sports is not the case - Wright Thompson figures people out. He jimmies the lock to the furnaces inside the people he profiles and does an analysis of the fuel that fires their ambition.

Whether it be Michael Jordan or Tiger Woods or Pat Riley or Urban Meyer, he strips the away the self-serving myths and fantasies to reveal his characters in full. There are fascinating common denominators: it may not be the case that every single great performer or coach had a complex relationship with his father. Simply put, Wright Thompson is the GOAT at his craft.

Mike Bianco: Building a Perennial Contender

Aug 21, 2019 43:41

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Ole Miss named Mike Bianco head coach of the Rebel baseball program on June 7, 2000. Since then, Bianco has become the winningest coach in program history and one of the top coaches in Southeastern Conference history while establishing Ole Miss as one of the premier programs in college baseball. In today’s age of short coaching tenures, Bianco is the longest-tenured coach in the SEC across all sports.

In this episode of the Secrets to Winning, I sat down with a coach that had a tremendous impact on my career as a player and on my life. We talk about taking a program that was at the bottom of the SEC and turning it into a perennial power.

How To Lead The Emerging Generation

Aug 14, 2019 13:01

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Ready or not, the emerging generations of Gen Y and Gen Z are entering the age of adulthood. Unless we make some adjustments in the way we interact with and lead them, our organizations could suffer.

Throughout this podcast, I want to help you better understand generational differences and who exactly you are dealing with, provide tools to help you connect with and equip the emerging generation, and establish standards of high demand, high feedback with team members

Skip Snead: Becoming an Elite Performer

Aug 7, 2019 47:17

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This week, we take a dive into a new field of performance. Still training for performance improvement and to be elite, playing in front of fans, dealing with the same high intensity and pressure, and demonstrating a commitment to discipline, excellence, and accountability. This is a deep dive into the world of music. 

Our guest on this week's episode of The Secrets to Winning is world-renowned international musician Skip Snead. Skip is known as one of the best horn players alive, performing for audiences all over the world including in Egypt, Romania, United Kingdom, Cuba, and more as a member of the TransAtlantic Horn Quartet. His accolades as a player are no joke, but he is also an accomplished instructor, as well, serving as the School of Music Director at The University of Alabama. 

Kevin Mawae: My Journey to the Hall of Fame

Jul 31, 2019 51:36

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The Pro Football Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony will be held this weekend, August 3rd, in Canton, Ohio. Among those enshrinees of the Class of 2019 is our guest this week on The Secrets to Winning, former 16-year veteran offensive lineman Kevin Mawae.

In his career, Mawae was named to eight Pro Bowls, six of which came after the age of 30, and he was a first-team All-Pro six times. He was a member of the NFL 2000s All-Decade Team, and also the NFL Players Association president from 2008-12. He played his final NFL game at the Pro Bowl in February 2010.

On this episode of the podcast, Kevin dives into the attributes and the intangibles he possessed that created a Hall of Fame career.

Laura Rutledge: Dominating a Man's Game

Jul 24, 2019 53:01

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There is no telling when and where you might see Laura Rutledge on television across ESPN's family of networks. From college football, basketball, and baseball to women's softball and gymnastics, she covers a multitude of sports as both a sideline reporter and host.

 In 2014, she joined the Southeastern Conference as a sideline reporter for SEC Network and is also the host of SEC Nation. More recently, she added co-host of the ESPN morning show "Get Up!" to her resume. You can even find her, on occasion, to host ESPN’s flagship program SportsCenter.

Cam Doody: From Concept to Tens of Millions

Jul 17, 2019 49:55

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Cam Doody is Co-founder and President of BellHops, the largest and fastest-growing tech-enabled platform in the moving and delivery space. Bellhops grew from an idea to help college students move onto campus.  Bellhops began in 2011 as a dorm-moving service in a small college town.

They are now a moving company based in Chattanooga that is operating in 85 cities in 39 states across the U.S.  Cam is responsible for raising more than $21 million in venture capital from some of the most prestigious investors in the world.

How to Overcome Mental Health Struggles

Jul 10, 2019 23:19

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I recently came across a blog post written by professional golfer Andrew Johnston. More commonly referred to as "Beef", Johnston wrote about his past mental health struggles over the weekend, and I decided to dedicate this week's episode to discussing mental health and how to overcome those struggles.

We live in a very stressful environment. It's ok to have fears, pains, and doubts. It's ok to be honest about feeling that pain. Mental health struggles can and do affect everyone, from the player playing to the coach coaching to the parent watching.

Jeremy Sheetinger: Educating the Modern Day Coach

Jul 3, 2019 01:21:16

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This week's guest on the Secrets to Winning is the College Director of the American Baseball Coaches Association, Jeremy Sheetinger. "Sheets", as he is more commonly referred to in coaching circles, is a leader in coaching development in the game of baseball, especially at the collegiate level.

A former collegiate coach in the SEC and other Division I schools, Sheets has created a model in which all sports can utilize to grow their games through education, engagement, and the sharing of ideas and systems. This is tremendous information for coaches of all ages, as well as those who are in the coaching development field, to grow their process, continue to enhance player development, and so much more!

Cliff Sims: 500 Days in the Trump White House

Jun 26, 2019 58:08

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Our guest this week on The Secrets to Winning is former White House Director of Message Strategy and New York Times Best Selling Author Cliff Sims. I recently sat down with Cliff to get a first-hand account of what really happened during his 500 days in the Trump White House.

Soon after standing at Donald Trump’s side on Election Night, Sims soon joined him in the West Wing. He quickly found himself pulled into the President’s inner circle as a confidante, an errand boy, an advisor, a punching bag, and a friend. Sometimes all in the same conversation.

As a result, Sims gained unprecedented access to the President, sitting in on private meetings with key Congressional officials, world leaders, and top White House advisors. He saw how Trump handled the challenges of the office, and he learned how to view the world from the President's perspective which allowed him to better understand the methods behind such a polarizing figure.

Throughout this conversation, we peel back the curtain on what makes the most powerful man in the world successful and what are his secrets to winning!

Ryan Brown: Success On and Off The Course

Jun 19, 2019 15:24

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How does a former collegiate golfer turned award-winning radio personality compare the two ventures. How are they different? What components are similar?

Our guest this week on The Secrets to Winning is nationally-renowned sports radio host Ryan Brown. You can hear Ryan every weekday morning on WJOX 94.5 in Birmingham, AL or throughout the Southeast on several FM and XM stations. He is also a former collegiate golfer at Jacksonville State University.

Ryan has an amazing perspective on human performance, both as a collegiate athlete and now as someone who now interacts with high-profile coaches, athletes, and celebrities on his radio show.

How he is able to relate the factors of his golf playing experiences to those of entertaining the rabid college football fans of the Southeast region is truly fascinating, and I think you will get a ton out of this conversation!

Greg Byrne: Leading the Nation's Premier Athletic Department

Jun 12, 2019 20:44

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This week's guest on The Secrets to Winning is Greg Byrne, the Director of Athletics at The University of Alabama. Throughout his career, Byrne has been consistently more impactful and successful with each step up the administrative ladder.

As a fundraiser, he has been directly involved in raising more than $200 million in gifts during his career. As a leader of competitive athletics programs, he has fostered major improvements across the spectrum of sports at both programs he has led prior to being at Alabama (Mississippi State University and University of Arizona). A proponent of developing student-athletes into productive people after college, Byrne has led programs that have attained academic success at levels not reached prior to his tenure.

Throughout our conversation, you will hear Greg speak about serving others as this is what it takes to effectively lead at the highest level. There are all sorts of valuable leadership content including:

Communicating your message and expectations very clearly Developing a leadership style and philosophy Valuing all members of your staff because everyone's role is critical to the overall success of the department Listening to the needs of student-athletes, coaches, and other individuals you serve Utilizing social media to promote the Alabama brand Constantly developing yourself personally and professionally

Will Baggett: Communicating a Winning Message

Jun 5, 2019 29:10

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This week’s guest on The Secrets to Winning is one of the men that makes the College Football Playoff machine run. His name is Will Baggett, and he is the Director of Operations with the Playoff as well as being the founder of a strategic branding firm, Executive Image.

When he is not grinding behind the scenes, getting ready for the next CFP National Championship experience with the team of talented individuals, Will is consulting with and speaking to collegiate athletic departments, their student-athletes, and their coaches on professional presence, strategic communication, and leadership development.  He has consulted with several Power 5 schools across the country including The University of Alabama, University of Texas, University of Miami and University of South Carolina.

Scott Fawcett: Social Media's Effect On Mental Health

May 29, 2019 47:34

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This week’s guest on The Secrets to Winning is Scott Fawcett. His golf course-management system DECADE has been sweeping through the competitive golf world over the last few years.

Scott is also very active on social media, specifically on Twitter, and can be a controversial figure in the golf community. He challenges the “status quo” and utilizes statistics to back a lot of his arguments. The facts are the facts. I have even referred to him as a “disruptor”.

Scott and I used this podcast to touch base about the value and the importance of having conversations about mental health issues. Each of our own individual struggles within the mental health realm have helped guide who we are today and the areas in our lives that are stressors.

Cullen Talley: What It Means To Exit Winning

May 22, 2019 38:14

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This week's guest on The Secrets to Winning is Cullen Talley, Founder and CEO of Exit Momentum. It is a very interesting title, so why Exit Momentum. Well, it is a process for building momentum to exit where you are, to get where you want to go, at the speed you are committed to.

Throughout this podcast, you gain insight from Cullen on his business strategies and how to "Exit Winning" - meaning, how are you going to keep winning AFTER the first time. And the second time. And the third time. How you can you continue to sustain your winning process?

 

Kevin DeShazo: Enhancing Culture Through Social Media

May 15, 2019 45:41

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This week’s guest on The Secrets to Winning is Kevin DeShazo. Kevin is the best-selling author of Leadership Interrupted: daily inspiration to become the leader you were meant to be, and iAthlete: Impacting Student-Athletes of a Digital Generation, and founder of Fieldhouse Media. He is a sought-after speaker, having presented on over 80 college campuses as well as a regular presenter at conferences and conventions, including NACDA, CoSIDA, the NCAA Convention and the Collegiate Athletics Leadership Symposium.

He has also been quoted on ESPN.com, The New York Times, USA Today, Forbes, Bleacher Report, Sports Business Journal, and a variety of other national and local media outlets. Kevin is also the founder of Culture Wins Championships, helping leaders in the sports industry build a championship culture with their team.

Mark Blackburn: Coach the Person Before the Player

May 8, 2019 42:38

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Our guest this week is PGA Tour Coach and Instructor, Mark Blackburn, who has a refreshing take on the way he coaches his players. His philosophy is centered around developing the person first, before you ever develop the player. He believes that, no matter the sport, coaches create a culture that nurtures and develops their athletes. 

Mark was the Alabama NW Florida Section PGA Teacher of The Year in 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2015, a finalist for The PGA National Teacher of The Year 2010-2014, 2016, a Golf Magazine Top 100 Teachers and one of Golf Digest 50 Best Teachers in America. On the PGA Tour clients who have utilized Mark’s coaching include; Kevin Chappell, Chez Reavie, Harris English John Peterson, and more.

Jeff Allen: Alabama Football's Unsung Hero

May 1, 2019 26:08

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This week's episode of The Secrets to Winning peels back the curtain on college football's premier program to talk to it's unsung hero. That person is Jeff Allen, Associate Athletics Director for Sports Medicine and Head Athletic Trainer at The University of Alabama.

Known as one of the most respected athletic trainers in the entire country, Allen was honored with the 2018 Division I Head Athletic Trainer of the Year Award for his work during the 2018 season that saw several players return to the field from serious injuries in time for the playoff and national championship game.

During this episode, Jeff discusses his journey, the role of an athletic trainer in an athlete's life, how to be most effective in dealing with coaches, and communication within an organization. 

Ross Pierschbacher: How to Set Records with Consistency

Apr 24, 2019 39:14

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This week’s guest on The Secrets to Winning is former Alabama Offensive Lineman and current NFL Draft Prospect, Ross Pierschbacher. Ross was a four-year starter for the Crimson Tide across three different positions and has also been lauded as “one of the most consistent and technically-sound lineman to ever play at The University of Alabama.”

As a four-year starter, 2-time All American, and the first player in college football history to play in four straight national championship games, Pierschbacher has modeled a level of consistency experienced by very few.

So, how did he do it? What was it like playing for Nick Saban as an offensive lineman? What mindset do you need to play for a coach as demanding as Saban? What are the secrets to Alabama’s football success over the last decade?

Amanda Scarborough: The Change of the Competitive Mindset

Apr 17, 2019 38:32

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Our guest this week on The Secrets to winning is Amanda Scarborough, one of ESPN's Lead Softball Analysts and a former All-American Pitcher at Texas A & M. If you turn on ESPN and there is a college softball game taking place, there is a very good chance you are listening to Amanda.

Amanda provides tremendous insight from both a player's perspective and from the analyst's booth on the competitive mindset of today's collegiate athletes, overcoming challenges you are faced with, and how to succeed no matter the circumstances. 

Kevin Wilson: Hitting Is Simple, It's Just Not Easy

Apr 10, 2019 38:16

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Our guest this week on The Secrets to Winning is Kevin Wilson, one of the most accomplished and respected hitting coaches in all of baseball. Over the last 15 years, Kevin has coached and mentored a plethora of Major League Baseball players across 22 of the 30 MLB organizations. He is also the author of the #1 best-selling book, Finding Clarity: A Mindful Look Into the Art of Hitting.

So, what separates a Major League hitter from the rest of the crop? They can cut through the mental clutter and figure out WHY they are successful. It’s not all about launch angle, exit velocity, and other confusing language. While those things are great and play a small part, you can’t take them with you while you are in the box in the bottom of the 9th with the game on the line. That is why your competitive mindset, figuring out who you are, and how you respond under pressure is so important in training.

Excellence Begins With You

Apr 3, 2019 15:16

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Every organization, team, and athlete that has reached the pinnacle of success has a system in place to be their formula for success. They do not take workouts off, blow off meetings, or mail it in. 

Those that are truly great are excellent in every aspect of what they do, whether a coach sees it, a customer sees it, or a manager sees it. Their excellence is their culture, and they know that if they invest in their excellence, it is reflected in their brand. In fact, excellence becomes their brand. 

The Best of The Secrets to Winning: Coaches Edition

Mar 27, 2019 33:28

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This week, I wanted to bring back some of the best as we take a deeper dive into the perspective of coaching. 

The great thing about this compilation of coaches is that they compete in four different sports, but all of them are successful at the highest level and have been able to coach some of the best athletes in the world. 

The lineup looks like this:

Bob Bowman - Head Swimming Coach, Arizona State University Swimming (and US Olympic Coach of Michael Phelps)

Brett Bartholomew - Strength & Conditioning Coach across 23 sportss including Super Bowl winners, World Series champions, and Olympians

Gene Chizik - Former National Champion Head Football Coach, Auburn University

Dana Duckworth - Head Gymnastics Coach, The University of Alabama

They will be the first to tell you this...Coaching isn't easy. It challenges the essence of every single person in the entire organization. One of the biggest frustrations I hear from coaches is "What is it that I need to do to help my athletes win?" Win in life, win in athletics, and find the true competitor within themselves. 

 

 

Ginger Gilmore-Childress: The Role of Mental Health in the NCAA's Most Elite Program

Mar 20, 2019 36:19

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Many elite-level athletes come from a world where they have been nurtured by those around them. I wouldn't go as far as to say they have been protected, but there can be a case made for that.

Then, when they get to the college ranks, they are being put under intense pressure. To perform at the highest level in front of hundreds of thousands in the stands and millions more on television. Mental health has never been a more important subject or a more important hot topic item in athletics than it is today. That is especially the case at a place like The University of Alabama.

Our guest this week on The Secrets to Winning is Ginger Gilmore-Childress, the Director of Behavioral Medicine for The University of Alabama athletics and a pioneer in NCAA athletics. Athletic departments across the country are studying, learning, and trying to emulate what Ginger has built - a gold-standard, groundbreaking department built on the mental well-being of student-athletes. 

To connect with Dr. Bhrett McCabe, follow him on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook - @drbhrettmccabe or visit his website at bhrettmccabe.com

 

 

Cat Osterman: A Softball Legend's Journey

Mar 13, 2019 48:50

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Want to learn from someone who is on the Mt. Rushmore of her sport?

She was a three-time player of the year, four-time All-American and two-time Olympic medalist.

On this edition of "The Secrets to Winning with Dr. Bhrett McCabe," he is joined by softball legend Cat Osterman to talk about her journey, both during her career and now giving it one more shot with the U.S. Olympic team.

To connect with Dr. McCabe, follow him on Twitter at @DrBhrettMcCabe or visit www.TheMindSide.com

Dr. McCabe: The Last Exploring The MindSide Podcast

Feb 26, 2019 23:33

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Wait, what? Is it over?

This is the last edition of "Exploring the MindSide." Listen to find out why and what's next. (hint: It's going to be good!)

J.R. Martinez: Go Back To The Basics

Feb 19, 2019 54:28

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How can a harrowing, life-changing experience in the Army help someone refocus his life and serve others by helping them overcome challenges and adversity?

On this edition of "Exploring The MindSide," Dr. McCabe talks with best-selling author, motivational speaker and war veteran J.R. Martinez about how his injury propelled him to greater heights.

If you would like to connect with J.R., his website is www.JRMartinez.com and his Twitter account is @IAMJRMartinez

For more information about The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology, visit www.TheMindSide.com

2019 PGA Show: Insight and Wisdom From Elite Coaches

Feb 12, 2019 46:03

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If you want to pick the brains of those who know the game inside and out, this is a podcast you won't regret listening to.

On this edition of "Exploring The MindSide," Dr. McCabe talks with Mike Adams, Scott Fawcett, Mark Broadie, Kevin Sprecher, Debbie Doniger, Dr. Greg Rose and Michael Breed at the 2019 PGA Show.

For more information about The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology, visit www.TheMindSide.com

Dana Cavalea: Training With The Best

Feb 5, 2019 45:29

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What are the habits employed by the best of the best?

When the all-time great athletes want something really badly, what is their method for achieving it?

Listen to this edition of "Exploring The MindSide" to hear Dr. McCabe talk with New York Yankees strength and conditioning coach Dana Cavalea about what it takes to compete at the highest level.

For more information about The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology, visit www.TheMindSide.com

Lolly Daskal: Choose to Embrace Your Greatness

Jan 22, 2019 47:06

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Where does true leadership start in an organization?

Can you effectively lead others if you can't first lead yourself?

Listen to this edition of "Exploring The MindSide" to hear Dr. McCabe's conversation with renowned executive leadership coach Lolly Daskal, who the Huffington Post called the most inspiring woman in the world.

For more information about The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology, visit www.TheMindSide.com

Michael Papajohn: From Baseball to Hollywood

Jan 15, 2019 54:15

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Michael Papajohn was drafted by the Texas Rangers in 1985 but decided to accept a scholarship to play at LSU, where he became an SEC All-Tournament player and helped the Tigers build a foundation that would eventually lead to six national championships.

When his baseball days came to an end, he had to make a career change. So, he became a Hollywood actor, director, stuntman and producer.

Listen to this edition of "Exploring The MindSide" to hear Dr. McCabe talk to Michael about what a major career change was like for him and what advice he has for others.

For more information about The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology, visit www.TheMindSide.com

Jamie Clarke: Daring To Climb

Jan 8, 2019 43:23

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Why would someone climb a mountain?

What can climbing a mountain teach us about when to quit and when to persevere?

Listen to this edition of "Exploring The MindSide" to hear Dr. McCabe CEO, speaker and climber Jamie Clarke about his adventures and what they can teach us about taking risks.

For more information about The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology, visit www.TheMindSide.com

Skip Bertman: A Profile in Coaching and Leading

Jan 2, 2019 01:42:54

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What goes into creating a college baseball powerhouse?

What does it take to attract and develop college players at the highest level?

What is it like to coach in major college sports and then become the head of a major athletic department?

Listen to this edition of "Exploring The MindSide" to hear Dr. McCabe talk with his college coach, LSU's Skip Bertman, about his incredible career as a coach, athletic director and leader.

For more information about The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology, visit www.TheMindSide.com

2018 was Sucksville and 2019 is all about WINNING

Dec 26, 2018 17:01

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When you look back at your year in 2018, are you satisfied with the results?

Did you accomplish and achieve all of the goals you set for yourself at the beginning of the year?

More than likely, your answer to those questions is not going to be an emphatic 'yes.'

Listen to this edition of "Exploring The MindSide" to hear Dr. McCabe tell you why 2019 is going to be all about WINNING!

For more information about The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology, visit www.TheMindSide.com

Stephen Mackey: Leading and Creating A Vision

Dec 20, 2018 54:49

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Connecting the dots between sports in life is so important for athletes, but how is that done?

Listen to this edition of "Exploring The MindSide" to hear Dr. McCabe talk with speaker, pastor and leadership consultant Stephen Mackey about how he helps athletes using culture, character and leadership.

Connect with Stephen on Twitter at @MackeySpeaks.

For more information about The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology, visit www.TheMindSide.com

Patton Kizzire and Brian Harman: Playing on the PGA Tour

Dec 18, 2018 01:09:19

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What's it like to win a PGA Tour event?

What are some of the hidden challenges and most exhilarating aspects of playing on tour?

Listen to this edition of "Exploring The MindSide" as Dr. McCabe goes behind-the-scenes with tour pros Patton Kizzire and Brian Harman.

For more information about The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology, visit www.TheMindSide.com

Mike Lutzenkirchen: From tragedy to triumph

Dec 11, 2018 45:43

Description:

How is it possible to turn a devastating tragedy into a message that benefits thousands of young people?

Listen to this edition of "Exploring The MindSide" to hear Dr. McCabe talk with Mike Lutzenkirchen about the loss of his son, Philip, and how he is using that tragic event to educate young people on the importance of making choices.

If you'd like to learn more about Mike Lutzenkirchen and the Lutzie 43 Foundation, visit www.Lutzie43.org

For more information about The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology, visit www.TheMindSide.com

Dr. Greta Anderson: How to Select An Instructor

Dec 4, 2018 44:47

Description:

One of the most critical components of learning a new skill or developing your game is finding the right person to work with.

How do you go about finding an instructor who is best equipped to work with you and meet your needs?

Listen to this edition of "Exploring The MindSide" to hear Dr. Bhrett McCabe talk with LPGA golf instructor Dr. Greta Anderson about the keys to selecting someone to teach you or your young athlete.

If you want to learn more about Dr. Greta Anderson, visit her website, www.DrGretaGolf.com.

For more information about The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology, visit www.TheMindSide.com

Dr. Bhrett McCabe: Your Epic Awaits

Nov 26, 2018 25:29

Description:

Are you tired of being pulled into the sinkhole of mediocrity?

Do you know that your epic is out there but are unsure how to attain it?

Listen to this edition of "Exploring The MindSide" to hear Dr. Bhrett McCabe talk about how you can reach your better.

For more information about The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology, visit www.TheMindSide.com

Dr. Tim Elmore: Equipping the Next Generation

Nov 20, 2018 39:59

Description:

How can you be better equipped to lead this and the next generation of athletes?

What are "habitudes" that athletes can learn to improve their mental approach to the game?

On this edition of the "Exploring The MindSide," Dr. Bhrett McCabe discusses those topics and more with leadership expert Dr. Tim Elmore from Growing Leaders.

Learn more about Dr. Elmore and Growing Leaders at www.GrowingLeaders.com

For more information about the MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology, visit www.TheMindSide.com

David Ogrin: From Player To Coach

Nov 13, 2018 38:24

Description:

How do you go from player to coach? That's what David Ogrin has done.

From playing on the PGA tour to working with today's junior golfers.

How has the sport changed over the years? Where does he see the next 20 years going as far as the game of golf?

Those are just some of the questions we posed to David in this episode of "Exploring The MindSide".

Thank you to David for taking the time to join us.

To find out more about David you can visit www.davidogrin.com

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit www.themindside.com

 

Brian and Tim Kight: Simplicity with Elite Discipline

Nov 6, 2018 56:22

Description:

Simplicity with elite discipline is the message for Brian and Tim Kight. 

They saw a gap years ago in that coaching is one of the most undercoached professions in America. 

Now, they aim to install simple systems for exceptional discipline. 

Leadership matters, behavior matters, and culture matters. If one is missing you won't have a good environment. 

Those are just some of the messages you'll get from this father and son. Thank you to Brian and Tim for joining us on this episode of "Exploring The MindSide". 

For more information on their business you can go to www.focus3.com

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit www.themindside.com

 

Bucky McMillan: Against The Odds

Oct 25, 2018 36:28

Description:

In this episode of "Exploring The MindSide", Dr. Bhrett McCabe sits down for a great conversation with Mountain Brook boys basketball coach Bucky McMillan.

Coach McMillan talks about overcoming the odds to become a Division I basketball player, the struggles it took to make that happen, and about the challenges of turning Mountain Brook into a high school basketball hotbed. 

This is a great podcast that talks about coaching, leadership, and working with today's youth. 

We hope you enjoy it. Thanks to Bucky for taking the time.

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com

 

Tim Burke: Hit It Long

Oct 22, 2018 43:31

Description:

How do you manage the adrenaline and excitement when you're on the biggest stage?

Two-time world long drive champion Tim Burke joins Dr. Bhrett McCabe on this episode of "Exploring The MindSide" to talk about that, plus much more.

Tim played baseball at the University of Miami. How does he compare his time on the mound to his time in the tee box? 

This is a great podcast and we hope you enjoy listening. For more information on Tim you can go to timburkegolf.com

To find out more about The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology, you can visit www.themindside.com

Dana Duckworth: Everything We Do Matters

Oct 18, 2018 57:23

Description:

What's it like to take over for a coaching legend? Dana Duckworth did just that a few years ago when she landed the Alabama gymnastics coaching job, taking over for longtime coach Sarah Patterson.

It's been on the job training for Dana. What has that been like? How have the athletes changed since she competed in the early 90's.

Plus, what advice did Nick Saban give her when she landed the head job? 

Dana answers all those questions plus much more in this fascinating episode of "Exploring The MindSide".

Thank you to Coach Duckworth for joining us and thank you for listening.

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com

Bob Harig: Living The Dream

Oct 15, 2018 45:56

Description:

Where does the game of golf stand in 2018? What are some of the challenges facing the sport going forward?

Those are just some of the questions we asked Bob Harig in this episode of "Exploring The MindSide".

Bob covers golf for ESPN.com and just returned from the Ryder Cup. He talks about the failure of Team USA in that competition and what they can do to turn that around in the future.

And what about Tiger Woods? How will his story play out? Bob chimes in on that as well.

Thank you to Bob for joining us for this podcast. You can go to ESPN.com to read more of Bob's articles. 

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com

 

Ben Newman: Performance Coach

Oct 11, 2018 44:18

Description:

Have you ever been knocked down? Everyone has. How did you respond? That's what defines you.

In this episode of "Exploring The MindSide", performance coach Ben Newman joins Dr. Bhrett McCabe to talk about the secrets to success.

This is a fascinating podcast and we want to thank Ben for taking the time to join us.

To find out more about Ben you can go to bennewman.net.

Also make sure and check out freeplaybook.net. It's a mental toughness playbook and it's free. All you have to do is go to that website.

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com

 

Best of Coaches: Breed, Gathright, and Hebron

Oct 8, 2018 01:09:28

Description:

In this episode of "Exploring The MindSide", we decided to look back at some of the best coaches we've had on the podcasts, and pull some excerpts from each. 

First up is Michael Breed. Then we have Bryan Gathright. We finish up with Michael Hebron. 

We pulled just a part from each, but we think these podcasts were some of the best we've had.

We hope you enjoy this podcast. Please continue to listen as we have some great guests coming your way.

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com

 

Joshua Medcalf: What A Radical Journey

Oct 4, 2018 44:03

Description:

Have you ever had a transformational experience? Joshua Medcalf has, and in this episode of "Exploring The MindSide", he talks about when that happened and the "radical" journey he's been on since then.

Josh is the founder of T2BC, a boutique consulting firm whose focus is leadership, life-skills and mental training.

The life journey he has taken to get this point is a great story, and we want to thank Josh for joining us on this podcast.

To find out more about Joshua Medcalf you can go to www.t2bc.com

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com

 

Best of Exploring The MindSide: Harman, Blackmar, and Sutton

Oct 1, 2018 01:00:42

Description:

In this episode of "Exploring The MindSide", we decided to look back through some previous podcasts and bring you some excerpts from some of the best over the last year.

First up is PGA Tour player Brian Harman. This is one of the first times Dr. McCabe has ever had a client as a guest on his podcast.

Then we talk to former PGA Tour player Phil Blackmar. Phil and Bhrett connected on twitter and then got together for a fascinating conversation on the game of golf.

Last but not least, we talk with Hal Sutton. This podcast was recorded at the PGA merchandise show in Orlando in January. This was a great podcast. Hal talked about the unique relationship he shared with his father as he was growing up, plus his showdown with Tiger Woods on the golf course.

We hope you enjoy this podcast.

If you'd like to learn more about The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com

 

Dr. Bhrett McCabe: Don't Get Stuck In Mediocrity

Sep 25, 2018 23:33

Description:

In this episode of the "Exploring The MindSide" podcast we decided to change gears a little bit.

No special guest this week. This is a solo podcast from Dr. Bhrett McCabe on a few topics that have been on his mind.

Lots of good information that we think you'll find helpful. Trying to figure out how to be a better leader? Hopefully this podcast will give you some good pointers.

We hope you enjoy this episode. We have plenty of good guests coming up over the next few weeks.

Thank you for listening.

If you'd like more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com

 

Angela Stanford: LPGA Major Champion

Sep 21, 2018 31:16

Description:

The words LPGA major champion are music to the ears of Angela Stanford. 

Angela captured her first ever major championship last weekend at the Evian Championship in France. It's been a career of close calls for Angela, but her one shot victory puts her in elite company as a major champion.

In this episode of "Exploring The MindSide", she joins Dr. Bhrett McCabe to talk about that victory, and the career path that's gotten her to this point.

Thank you to Angela for joining us. We hope you enjoy this podcast.

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com

 

 

Pete Blank: The Disney Experience

Sep 18, 2018 57:22

Description:

Have you ever been to Disney World and marveled at their customer service? Pete Blank has seen it firsthand. He worked at Disney for 13 years and and got a front row seat to how it's done. 

Now, he's taken that experience and knowledge about customer service into other ventures.

Thank you to Pete for joining us on this episode of "Exploring The MindSide". We hope you enjoy it.

For more information on Pete please go to peteblank.com.

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com

 

Dr. Len Zaichowsky: The Playmaker's Advantage

Sep 11, 2018 36:54

Description:

Dr. Len Zaichowsky is one of the pioneers in the field of sports and performance psychology.

His new book, written with Daniel Peterson, is called "The Playmaker's Advantage." The book teaches you how to develop your mental game and become a playmaker on the court or field. 

In this episode of "Exploring The MindSide", Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks about Dr. Zaichowsky about his new book, as well as all the technological advances in the sports psychology business.

Thank you to Dr. Zaichowsky for taking the time to join us.

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com.

 

Gordie Stewart: Changing The Car Business

Sep 4, 2018 01:02:38

Description:

In this episode of "Exploring The MindSide", Dr. Bhrett McCabe sits down for a fascinating conversation with Gordie Stewart.

Gordie is the owner of Hoover Toyota, and he talks about a risky business decision he made years ago at his car dealership that has paid unbelievable dividends.

He's one of the smartest business guys around. You'll learn a lot by listening to this podcast. 

Thank you to Gordie for taking the time and thank you to Johnny Rockett's at the Summit in Birmingham for providing the location.

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com

 

David Gibson: Founder Of ZeeKee

Aug 28, 2018 01:07:34

Description:

In this episode of "Exploring The MindSide", Dr. Bhrett McCabe sits down with the founder of ZeeKee, David Gibson. 

ZeeKee is a digital marketing firm located in Birmingham, Alabama. Gibson started the company about 15 years ago, but just recently sold it.

In this podcast, David talks about the challenges of starting your own business, but then the successes that can come along with that.

Thank you to David for taking the time to join us. We hope you enjoy listening.

For more information on The MindSide: Sports & Performance Psychology, please visit: www.themindside.com

James Spann: Respect The Polygon

Aug 21, 2018 33:17

Description:

He's the best known weatherman in the southeast, on TV and on social media. He knows the location of every little backroad and mom and pop store. 

Where did James Spann get his love for weather? and how did the deadly tornadoes on April 27, 2011 impact him?

You'll get the answers to that and more in this episode of "Exploring The MindSide". 

Thank you to James for taking the time to join us. To find out more about James Spann you can go to www.abc3340.com or find James on pretty much any social media channel around.

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com

 

Greg Sankey: It Just Means More

Aug 14, 2018 38:29

Description:

He's head of the best conference in the country. How does he do it and how does he manage the day to day commitments?

SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey joins Dr. Bhrett McCabe in this episode of "Exploring The MindSide". 

Commissioner Sankey talks about the expectations that are being put on student-athletes today and how tough that can be to manage as well.

We hope you enjoy listening to this podcast. Thank you to Greg for taking the time to join us. 

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com

 

Eric Kussin: We're All A Little Crazy, The #SameHere Mental Health Movement

Aug 10, 2018 48:26

Description:

From a lifelong career in sports to running a non-profit foundation called "We're All A Little Crazy."

Eric Kussin has a fascinating story to tell. What drove him to start this foundation? 

You'll get the answer to that in this great conversation with Dr. Bhrett McCabe on "Exploring The MindSide".

To find out more about the foundation please visit www.weareallalittlecrazy.org

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com

 

Gene Chizik: Family First

Aug 7, 2018 34:09

Description:

How important is your family? Is it the most important thing in your life? A lot of people say that it is but do your actions reflect your words?

In this episode of "Exploring the MindSide", Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks with former Auburn head football coach Gene Chizik about the decision he made to step away from coaching in order to spend more time with his family.

This is a fascinating discussion about faith, family, and football. 

Thank you for listening and if you'd like to find out more about Coach Chizik you can go to www.coachgenechizik.com

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com

 

 

 

Micheal Burt: The Importance of Coaching

Aug 3, 2018 29:25

Description:

Everyone needs a coach in their life.. But why is that so important?

What are the good pillars of a coaching philosophy?

Those are just some of the questions Coach Micheal Burt answers in this episode of the "Exploring The MindSide" podcast.

Thank you to coach for joining us and we hope you enjoy it. 

If you're interested in finding out more about Coach Burt you can email him at coach@coachburt.com.

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com

 

 

Brian Cristiano: The Bold CEO

Jul 31, 2018 51:03

Description:

Ready for some insight from the CEO of one of the fastest growing media and marketing companies in the country?

In this episode of "Exploring the MindSide", Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks with the founder of Bold Worldwide, Brian Cristiano.

What are the keys to growing a company like his?

What are some of the mistakes he sees other entrepreneurs make?

Those are just some of the questions Brian answers in this engaging podcast.

We hope you enjoy it. To find out more about Brian and his company you can go to www.briancristiano.com

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com

 

NFL Quarterback: Derek Anderson

Jul 24, 2018 50:22

Description:

At the MindSide we've been exploring "the moment" all year. What better person to talk to than a NFL quarterback.

In this episode of "Exploring the MindSide", Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks with Derek Anderson. How did he stay in the league so long? Derek answers that question along with talking about the leadership abilities you must possess to play quarterback.

Thank you to Derek for taking the time to talk with us. We hope you enjoy this podcast.

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com

 

Phil Blackmar

Jul 17, 2018 51:10

Description:

Phil Blackmar played 16 seasons on the PGA tour and 5 on the Champions Tour.

On this episode of "Exploring the MindSide", Phil joins Dr. Bhrett McCabe to about his career in golf and all the changes the sport has seen over the years.

Like Dr. McCabe, Phil has a strong interest in the psychology of the game and how it can affect performance.

We hope you enjoy this podcast as much we did. Thank you to Phil for taking the time to join us.

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com

 

Playing With Fire: World-Renowned Chef Chris Hastings

Jul 10, 2018 51:40

Description:

Have you ever eaten at "Hot & Hot" or "Ovenbird"? They are two of the most popular restaurants in Birmingham. 

On this episode of "Exploring The MindSide", world-renowned chef Chris Hastings joins us to talk about his career.

This podcast is fascinating, as Chris talks about his early days in the business, to his time on Iron Chef, and then winning the prestigious James Beard award that goes to the "best chef in the south".

Thank you to Chris for taking the time to sit down with us. We hope you enjoy this podcast as much as we did.

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com

 

Putting Made Easy: Aimpoint Founder Mark Sweeney

Jul 3, 2018 44:16

Description:

Struggling on the greens? Can't seem to make the right read? Aimpoint is your answer.

On this episode of "Exploring The MindSide", Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks with Aimpoint founder Mark Sweeney.

Mark came up with this idea 15 years ago. Why? Because he knew there had to be a way to make putting easier. 

If you're an entrepreneur hoping to get your idea off the ground, this is a great podcast that will give you some helpful tips. 

Thank you to Mark for joining us. If you want to know more about him or Aimpoint please visit: www.aimpointgolf.com

For more information The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com

 

Win Every Moment

Jun 29, 2018 15:43

Description:

Are you settling for mediocrity? In this episode of "Exploring the MindSide", Dr. Bhrett McCabe encourages you to strive for greatness.

Don't give in to easy and the status quo. Success isn't easy. It's exhausting. It can be brutal. It can destroy the people who have doubts. 

The MindSide will release a new video series on Sunday, July 1st. It's called "Win Every Moment". It's 36 videos that teach you how to "win" the moment. You will be able to download by going to www.mindsideacademy.com. It's worth it. It will help you if you commit to it.

Hopefully this podcast will whet your appetite for it.

Thank you for listening.

If you'd like to learn more about The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com

 

PGA Tour Golfer: Austin Cook

Jun 26, 2018 38:55

Description:

Austin Cook is making a name for himself on the PGA Tour. Austin just started his second year on the tour, and this week he stopped for a chat with Dr. Bhrett McCabe.

In this edition of "Exploring the MindSide", we talk with Austin about his life on the PGA Tour, and he talks about the special memory of his first tour win last November.

We hope you enjoy this podcast and thank you to Austin for joining us.

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com

 

The State of Golf: Well-Respected Agent Mac Barnhardt

Jun 19, 2018 57:14

Description:

Mac Barnhardt recently left Lagardere Sports. It's a player management firm with some of the biggest names in golf as clients.

Phil Mickelson, Jon Rahm, and Brandt Snedeker are clients of that agency.

Mac joins Dr. Bhrett McCabe on this edition of "Exploring The MindSide" to talk about the state of golf. More specifically, the business side, player management, and the importance of parental involvement. 

He also talks about how too often parents fast forward their children too much when it comes to sports. He says parents need to be careful about making it stressful on the kids.

Thank you to Mac for joining us on this edition of the podcast. We hope you enjoy listening.

For more information on The MindSide please visit: www.themindside.com

 

 

34 Years of Coaching: LSU Legend, Karen Bahnsen

Jun 12, 2018 40:38

Description:

On this episode of "Exploring the MindSide", we're celebrating a coaching legend.

LSU women's golf coach Karen Bahnsen recently announced her retirement after 34 years of leading the program. 

Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks with Coach Bahnsen about the legacy she leaves in Baton Rouge, plus what it was like to spend that long with one program. 

Coach Bahnsen also dives into the world of college sports and where she thinks it could be headed.

We hope you enjoy this podcast as much as we did.

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com

 

Motor Learning: Structuring Training Sessions with Dr. Will Wu

Jun 8, 2018 01:01:27

Description:

Are you doing it right? What poor practice habits do you have?

In this episode of "Exploring the MindSide", Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks Dr. Will Wu, a motor learning expert and professor at California State University Long Beach.

Dr. Wu will tell you how bad preparation and bad practice habits are affecting you, and what you can do to change that.

We hope you enjoy this podcast as much as we enjoyed recording it. 

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com

 

The Science Of Golf: Golf's Future With Cordie Walker

Jun 5, 2018 59:43

Description:

On this week's edition of the "Exploring The MindSide" podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe sits down for a chat with Cordie Walker.

Cordie is the founder of the Golf Science Lab. It's a platform and educational place where you can come to learn how to perform better.

It's goal is to help bring to light golf-related research in an understandable and practical way to help people learn and perform more effectively.

We enjoyed having Cordie in The MindSide office in Birmingham, and we hope you enjoy listening to this podcast. You can also listen to Cordie's podcast: Golf Science Lab. 

If you want to find out more about Cordie you can go to www.golfsciencelab.com. You can also follow him on twitter: @cordiewalker. 

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com

 

People First: Flying with Ann Rhodes

May 30, 2018 27:42

Description:

Curious to know what drives a successful airline company? Today Ann Rhoades talks with Dr. Bhrett McCabe about JetBlue.

It's an airline Ann started years ago. It's purpose? Bring humanity back to air travel. 

Ann talks about the beginning, and then where the company is now with over 21,000 employees. 

This podcast is enlightening from a standpoint of starting a new business, and then how to make that business successful.

We hope you enjoy this episode of "Exploring The MindSide".

To find out more about Ann Rhoades you can visit: www.peopleink.com

To find out more about The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com

 

 

 

 

 

Fairways of Faith: Chris Osborne's Comeback

May 22, 2018 39:41

Description:

What's the toughest obstacle you've had to overcome in your life? Imagine waking up in the hospital as an amputee after losing a leg in a motorcycle accident.

That's what happened to Chris Osborne, but that's not his story. His story is how he came back from that terrible accident.

Listen to this podcast. Hopefully it will inspire you and cause you to look at things differently.

Thanks to Chris for recording this podcast with Dr. Bhrett McCabe. We think you'll enjoy it.

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com.

 

Everyone Has A Story: The Story Behind "Her Story"

May 17, 2018 48:23

Description:

For this podcast we decided to try something a little different. Dr. Bhrett sat down with Mary Beth Gore and Emily Smith at "Real & Rosemary" in Birmingham to talk about "Her Story".

Mary Beth and Emily created "Her Story" just over a year ago to help share the stories of women in and around the Birmingham area. The main focus is to uplift and empower women. Sharing the positive stories. That's their goal. 

We hope you enjoy this podcast as much as we did. To find out more about "Her Story" you can visit their website at:

https://herstorybham.wixsite.com/herstory

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com

 

Be The Right Club Today: Hal Sutton's Call

May 10, 2018 36:37

Description:

It's one of the most famous calls in golf history. Hal Sutton on the 18th hole at the 2000 Players' Championship, trying to hold off Tiger Woods. "Be The Right Club Today", Sutton said as he stuck his approach 8 feet from the pin. Sutton went on to win that tournament. He won 14 times on the PGA tour, including the PGA Championship in 1983.

In this episode of "Exploring The MindSide", golf legend Hal Sutton sits down to talk with Dr. Bhrett McCabe about his career on tour. He also talks deeply about his relationship with his dad, and how his dad drove him to become the golfer and person that he is.

Thank you to Hal for taking the time to join us. We hope you enjoy listening to this podcast as much as we enjoyed recording it.

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com

 

From Mechanic to NBA Legend: Living a Full Life with Mark Eaton

May 3, 2018 40:57

Description:

From mechanic to NBA Legend. That's the story of Mark Eaton. He was a late bloomer when it comes to the game of basketball, however, he turned himself into a 2-time NBA Defensive Player of the Year. His jersey number was hangs from the rafters in the Utah Jazz arena.

After basketball Mark transitioned into the business world. He's an author and he's found enormous success delivering motivational speeches to thousands. 

Thank you to Mark Eaton for joining us on "Exploring The MindSide". If you'd like to find out more about Mark you can go to his website: www.7ft4.com

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com

 

Run Dave Run: A Story of "Eternal Endurance"

Apr 29, 2018 44:25

Description:

Eternal endurance. It's something Dave Jones has. Dave is one of just four people to ever run marathons on all 7 continents in 7 straight days. Just think about that for a minute. Plus, he didn't start running until 5 years ago and he had been a smoker for 25 years. 

He does all this while being a husband and father to three children, plus making the rounds as a motivational speaker. 

He's also an entrepreneur that's engineered successful startups in multiple industries. 

Thank you to Dave for taking the time to join us on "Exploring The MindSide".

If you'd like to find out more about Dave please go to: www.eternalendurance.com

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com

 

Business Ain't Easy: Entrepreneur Kyle Brost

Apr 27, 2018 53:34

Description:

Are you ready for your business class? That's what you'll get in this podcast with entrepreneur Kyle Brost. 

Kyle's passion is contagious. Along with being an entrepreneur, Kyle is an executive coach, a public speaker, and an author. 

We hope you enjoy this episode of "Exploring The MindSide" and thank you to Kyle for taking the time to join us. You can also find out more about him at www.kylebrost.com

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance  please visit: www.themindside.com

 

Focus On YOUR Mission: Tragedy to Triumph with Rob Jones

Apr 24, 2018 42:10

Description:

Have you ever wanted to run a marathon? It's a bucket list item for a lot of people. How about 31 marathons in 31 straight days in 31 different cities. Sounds impossible doesn't it? 

In this podcast you're going to hear from a former marine who accomplished that incredible feat. What makes it even more amazing is that he did it after having both legs amputated. Rob Jones was wounded in action after stepping on an IED while deployed in Afghanistan.

Listen to Rob's amazing story in this episode of "Exploring The MindSide". If you want to know more about Rob after listening to this podcast please check out his website: www.robjonesjourney.com 

We hope you enjoy it and thanks to Rob for joining us.

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com

 

Go On, Jermaine!

Apr 18, 2018 46:50

Description:

You know him from his popular videos during football season that take a look at how Bama fans watched college football on Saturday.

The videos go viral each week, generating millions of views on social media. Loyal fans wake up each Sunday morning to see what Funnymaine has to say.

This week on "Exploring the MindSide", Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks with the comedian about the videos, plus what players and coaches think about his take.

Thank you to Jermaine for taking the time to do this podcast, and thank you to the Stardome Comedy Club for letting us on stage.

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com

Pulpit to Performer: Paul Janeway from St. Paul & The Broken Bones

Apr 10, 2018 47:11

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You know the music, now get to know the man. Paul Janeway, lead singer from St. Paul & The Broken Bones, sits down with Dr. Bhrett McCabe at Iron City in Birmingham for this week's episode of "Exploring The MindSide".

What you'll hear is a great conversation on what life is like on the road as a performer, and how Paul deals with the limelight that he's in.

We hope you enjoy this week's episode. Also, thanks to Iron City for the location for this special podcast.

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com

 

Life with Brian Harman

Apr 4, 2018 40:32

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Dr. Bhrett McCabe sits down with PGA golfer Brian Harman to talk about life as a professional golfer.

Brian is headed to Augusta for The Masters, playing well and looking for his first major championship.

We hope you enjoy this episode as much as we did recording it.

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com

 

Gut Health: Living with Crohn's Disease

Mar 28, 2018 37:08

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In this episode of "Exploring the MindSide", Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks with NBA writer Alex Kennedy about health issues he has had to overcome in his life.

Alex suffers from Crohn's disease. That's a disease that's near and dear to Dr. McCabe's heart as he's had multiple family members suffer from the same disease.

Alex goes in-depth about how he learned he had the disease, growing up with it, and how he's learned to manage Crohn's in his daily life. 

We hope you enjoy this podcast. Maybe it's not Crohn's but another disease you are learning to deal with, hopefully this podcast will give you some insight that will help.

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com

 

Exploring the MindSide: Secrets of My Success with John Cassimus

Mar 20, 2018 50:46

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Dr. Bhrett McCabe sits down with the founder of Zoe's Kitchen, John Cassimus. John talks about the beginning of the restaurant, the struggles he went through to help get it to where it is today, on the New York Stock Exchange.

From his time as a star high school football player, to his playing days at the University of Alabama, to now being one of the brightest business leaders around, John shares his secrets to what made him successful. 

Thank you to John for spending the time with us and we hope you enjoy listening to this podcast as much as we did recording it.

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com

 

"Exploring The MindSide": Dr. Bhrett McCabe

Mar 13, 2018 18:08

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We are launching a new and improved MindSide podcast. We're calling it "Exploring The MindSide". It has a new sound, a new feel, a new look, and we know you're going to like it. Stay tuned for a lot of great guests we have lined up over the next few months. 

In this edition, Dr. Bhrett McCabe tells you how you can win every moment in your life and dominate the end game. Life is a competition and you have to play to win. You won't win every time but we need to learn how to push through so that we can succeed. 

We hope you enjoy this week's episode and don't forget to continue to tune in to hear the great guests we have lined up. 

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com

 

 

The Best of "The MindSide Podcast"

Mar 6, 2018 43:35

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In this week's episode of "The MindSide Podcast" Dr. Bhrett McCabe takes a look back at three of the best podcasts over the last few years. 

We decided to give you a "Best Of" because next week we're launching a whole new podcast called "Exploring the MindSide". We think you're going to like it. 

Picking the best three was tough, but this is what we narrowed it down to. 

First up is Jon Gordon. Jon is a best-selling author and motivational speaker. He loves sharing the value of positivity and the impact that it can have on your life.    After Jon we have Brandon Sneed. Brandon is a writer for Bleacher Report as well as CNN. He’s also a published author with his book ‘Head in the Game'. He gives some of his insights on our minds and the effects that our daily lives can have on the way we think.   After Brandon we have the guys from Mindpump. Sal Di Stefano, Adam Schafer, and Justin Andrews have over 40 years of combined experience in different areas of the fitness world. Their goal is to showcase great people doing great things in the fitness industry. This podcast is edgy and it does have a little foul language. That makes it raw. We hope you enjoy it.   Those are just some of the guests we’ve had on the MindSide podcast over the last few years. We hope you enjoyed listening to this “best of” edition. Don’t forget, next week, the new revamped version of the Mindside podcast will debut. We think you’re gonna like it. Thanks for listening.   For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com  

Seven Sins of Human Performance: Dr. Bhrett McCabe

Feb 27, 2018 39:46

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Dr. Bhrett McCabe takes the TPI stage (Titleist Performance Institute) in Orlando at the PGA Merchandise Show to speak about seven things that might be holding you back in your daily life. 

You've heard of the seven deadly sins. This podcast explores seven sins that can affect human performance. Dr. McCabe goes in-depth on all seven, from believing that your good is good enough, to the fact that you don't DESERVE anything. 

We hope you enjoy this week's episode as much as we did recording it. Also, thank you to https://www.healthiq.com for helping to make it possible. 

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com

 

Mastering Personal Nutrition: Dr. Layne Norton

Feb 20, 2018 47:08

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Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks with Dr. Layne Norton about making lifestyle changes in 2018. Dr. Norton is a bodybuilder and has a PhD in Nutritional Sciences.

Dr. Norton cautions not to rely on motivation to get fit. Motivation is a poor way to do anything. Forming good habits can be much more powerful because motivation won't be there all the time.

Don't look at a diet as punishment. Look at it as a commitment you're making to get to the next level. You're not going to stumble into your goals. You have to make them a priority and if you do you will find a way to make it happen. 

We hope you enjoy this week's episode as much as we did recording it. Thank you to Dr. Norton and to https://www.healthiq.com for making it all possible. You can also visit Dr. Norton's website at www.biolayne.com 

For more information on The Mindside: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com

 

Gymnast to Golf Pro: Wayne "Gooch" Yamaguchi

Feb 14, 2018 29:53

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Dr. Bhrett McCabe sits down with Wayne Yamaguchi for his latest podcast. Known as the "Gooch", Wayne is the head golf pro at Lake Michigan Hills Golf Club in Benton Harbor, Michigan.

"Gooch" talks about his college days as a gymnast to his time now as a golf pro, as well as some of the racial profiling he has experienced in the golf world.

We hope you enjoy this week's episode as much as we did recording it. Thank you to the "Gooch" and to https://www.healthiq.com for making it all possible.

For more information on The Mindside: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com 

Failure Has Become Famous

Feb 8, 2018 16:52

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Failure Has Become Famous

Dr. Bhrett McCabe looks back at the Philadelphia Eagles win in Super Bowl 52. Who led that team to the big win? It was backup quarterback Nick Foles. 

Dr. McCabe listened to what Foles said after the game and brings a message in this podcast that says "don't be afraid to fail."

The little failures can sometimes lead to bigger lessons than the big failures. Those are where the true lessons are.

Are you on the Right Track as a Leader? with Justin Hill, McNeese State Head Baseball Coach

Jan 17, 2018 48:55

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You Can’t Rush Growth

What does it take to build a good organization?

Coach Hill says the first step is to get the opportunity. After that you have to have a vision. You must have a good direction and know what you’re trying to build. Once you’ve figured that out you have to convey that message to your team members.

Anything Worthwhile is Going to Have Adversity

The doubt in your head never leaves. You have to tell that voice to shut up. You have to deal with it all the time. People that say they don’t doubt, I think they’re lying. It’s not necessarily the climb to the top, it’s staying at the top.

The Only Thing You Have on Them is a Title

Just because you’re a leader you are just as human as your team members. You must have empathy for them but your job is not to make them happy. Your job is to make the best team possible.

We hope you enjoy this week's episode as much as we did recording it. Thank you to Coach Hill, McNeese State Baseball and https://www.healthiq.com for making it all possible.

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com

Stop Living a Lie with Dr. Bhrett McCabe

Jan 10, 2018 19:19

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Dr. Bhrett McCabe, clinical psychologist and founder of The MindSide Sports & Performance Psychology focuses on the transition into the new year and what YOU need to do to move forward and “STOP LIVING A LIE.”

“You’re so stuck in the gutter, you’ve made friends with the gutter rats”

It’s a new year, so it’s time for a new you. Right? The reason you want to change in 2018 is that you’re focusing on the wrong thing. It sounds harsh and it is, but you must face the reality that you’re living a lie. You’re setting yourself up to unrealistic expectations. If you focus on the wrong things they can become all consuming. We’ve all been there. Listen to the podcast and hear Dr. Bhrett McCabe tell you about one experience in college that changed his life.

“Don’t let good enough be your mantra”

It will take everything you’ve got to find something that fulfills you. You must “find what feeds you.”

The reason you want to change in the new year is that you’re focusing on the wrong thing. The majority of people that come to see me don’t feel like they’re living up to their potential and it bleeds over to every facet of their life. Do you know why you’re not living your calling? Because you haven’t paid attention to it. You must “learn to listen.”

“I don’t want you to struggle but I want you to pay attention to the struggles”

If we don’t learn our lessons in life we are doomed to repeat them. If you’re unhappy in your life then you need to figure out why. Do not blame other people. Sometimes it’s so simple you’re scared to do it.

Your challenge is to start living your truth, but first you must start believing in yourself.

We hope you enjoy this podcast episode as much as we’ve enjoyed recording it.

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology, please visit: www.themindside.com

Training Beyond the Weights with The Warehouse Performance Institute

Dec 19, 2017 43:33

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“You have to work on yourself first and we strive to give kids one thing….confidence”

Sports play a vital role in the lives of individuals all around the world. Many times when you see a great athlete on the field, they appear to have all the tools to be the biggest or baddest athlete out there. However, they’re missing the one thing to set them apart from others, and that is CONFIDENCE. Confidence is one thing the team at The Warehouse Performance Institute tries to instill in every competitor coming through their doors.  It’s not enough to get bigger, faster, and stronger. You need to work on your mindset or mental performance just as much as your body.

“Nobody wants to show vulnerabilities because they perceive it as a weakness. Addressing vulnerabilities is the key to success.”

Throughout this podcast, McCoy and Romano explain the importance of “working on yourself first,” and the need to put pride to the side, peel back the onion, and find out exactly who you are as a person.  Once that is achieved, you can become a better athlete and most importantly, build a better all-around person. If you do not have a belief in yourself, chances are you most likely do not believe in your own abilities. 

“I made poor life decisions, and was heading down a terrible path.”

McCoy and Romano lean heavily on their own personal experiences and things they’ve encountered along the way to create “unbreakable” bonds with their clients. They get to know their clients individually, and provide a sense of understanding the situation that they are experiencing. Clients know McCoy played under Coach Nick Saban at Alabama, and that Romano had a life-changing experience in high school when a teammate and close friend died from drug overdose. It’s not just talk from Romano and McCoy. Athletes develop a belief when they come to The Warehouse that nobody is going to judge them which allows them to let down their barriers.

We hope you enjoy this episode as much as we have enjoyed recording it.

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology, please visit: www.themindside.com

Pulling Out Potential with Best Selling Author and High Performance Coach, Coyte Cooper

Dec 12, 2017 37:32

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“You have to find something you’re willing to fight for.”

We are all limited by fear. Whether that fear is of rejection or failure, we all experience the force of this one emotion. Coyte Cooper is an author, coach, and speaker of high performance and has built his reputation on pulling the potential out of others.

Throughout the podcast, Cooper explains how the greatest pain we can ever experience is the feeling after you have given up on yourself and your potential. Regret is eternally punishing.  “When you get somebody to start believing in themselves and to start elevating their mindset...it’s crazy.” Cooper sheds some light on the fact that over 66% of people are stressed out in this world.

“We have 50 – 60,000 thoughts a day and 80% of those are negative.”

Everything you do and everything you say starts with what you think. If you have a negative self-image, the things you think and say will most likely be negative. McCabe and Cooper dive into serious discussion about how we are a settling society. Without knowing it, we are always being told to settle rather than to push towards our potential.

“We’re constantly telling people ‘No’ to keep them safe, but really we’re not teaching people to go for it.”

All you have at the end of the day is your character and your self-image, make sure you are always taking care of both by reaching higher and treating others with love and kindness.

We hope you enjoy this episode as much as we have enjoyed recording it.

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology, please visit: www.themindside.com

 

The Anxiety of Perfectionism with Sport Psychologist and Anxiety Specialist, Kevin Chapman

Dec 5, 2017 34:35

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“Anxiety has increased.”

Dr. Kevin Chapman joins The MindSide Podcast for the second time to discuss the rise in anxiety in a want-to-be-perfect society. The world increasingly places more pressure on society every day. Everyone wants to be perfect and everyone wants to be successful, but people rarely release that in success is often based on perspective.

Performance is starting to define a player’s identity. This is a trap. Dr. Bhrett McCabe refers to this generation as the “Snowflake Generation” because the people living in this world are trying so hard to be perfect. Chapman explains how younger athletes are expected to be adults and completely matured for the sake of the team’s success. This is a contributing factor to the rise in anxiety among young athletes, “They simply don’t know how to deal with a failing event.” Every performer needs to have a failure response system.

This podcast episode exposes the real impact high anxiety is having in the world today.

We hope you enjoy this podcast episode as much as we have enjoyed recording it.

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology, please visit: www.themindside.com

Are You Aware? with Ex-NFL Safety and Co-founder of Vision Pursue, Jon McGraw

Nov 28, 2017 52:39

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“Striving for growth and improvement is designed to co-exist with satisfaction and contentment with what is right now.” 

Jon McGraw is a former NFL safety who spent time playing under the Kansas City Chiefs, the Detroit Lions, and the New York Jets. What you wouldn’t know from McGraw’s career history is the fact that he struggled with performance anxiety during his time as a professional athlete.

“Your mind can take you to some dark places.” After retiring from the NFL due to multiple concussions, McGraw was driven to learn more about how the brain is impacted by different things. This led to McGraw co-founding Vision Pursue, an organization with a mission to dramatically improve the way people experience life by improving their mindset. Throughout this episode, McCabe and McGraw dive into discussion about performance anxiety, inner fulfillment, and how the mind is different from the brain. McGraw talks about how one of the many goals of Vision Pursue is to move people to a place where they are not depending on their external circumstances to determine their internal experiences.

“We should operate from a place of fulfillment and contentment, completely satisfied with what IS, but knowing that there’s really important things that we’re on this planet to do. There’s people who are counting on us, and the things we do in life impact others."

This podcast episode touches on multiple discussion topics that athletes and performers everywhere deal with every day.

To learn more about Vision Pursue and how they can help you, visit: https://www.visionpursue.com

We hope you enjoy this podcast episode as much as we enjoyed recording it.

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com

Why Are We So Stressed Out? with Developmental Molecular Biologist and Author of “Brain Rules”, John Medina

Nov 14, 2017 47:13

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Dr. John Medina compares the stress of society to the Amazon river, both are without one clear source. The MindSide Podcast brings on the molecular biologist and author of top-selling book, “Brain Rules” to dive into some light and educational discussion about why a human’s brain works the way that it does and why so many ideas out there are false.

During this episode Medina talks about how, if given the chance, he would teach the importance to empathy to individuals who are struggling to overcome stress barriers in today’s world.

“I would teach them how to traffic empathy.”

He also argues that the more digital exposure an individual receives, the increased amount of empathy that individual tends to express. There are many myths about how the brain functions floating in the psychological world today. Medina crushes them in his noteworthy book, “Brain Rules”.

“…the brain cares about one thing – the brain cares about surviving.”

Medina discusses the “weapons focused” way of thinking that affects us all at some point in our lives. This principle describes how assault victims can only remember their attacker’s weapon because a person’s mind is always in survival mode. When the mind is threatened that severely, the only thing it’s going to remember or focus on is the weapon that may compromise its survival.

“If you really want to have the highest performance you can get out of the brain, the first things you have to make sure is that that brain feels safe.”

This special episode brings you knowledge into why you think the way you do.

To learn more about Dr. John Medina, or to purchase “Brain Rules” please visit: http://brainrules.net

We hope you enjoy this episode as much as enjoyed recording it!

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology, please visit: www.themindside.com 

Cheating Death with Tsunami Survivor and Founder of Will Robins Golf, Will Robins

Nov 7, 2017 01:08:46

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“This is not how I die…”

Will Robins and his wife, Amanda, were on their honeymoon sitting in the lobby of a hotel on the island of Ko Phi Phi Don discussing what they wanted to do that day, not knowing that in a few seconds they were going to be hit with a 75-mph tsunami towering over 30 feet high. Robins and his wife were convinced that this was it, these were the last moments of their life…until Will decided to fight.

“…In my mind, I thought, “F**k that, I’m going to die fighting.”

We are not promised tomorrow. Robins learned that anything can happen and as people start to observe more of the “what if’s” in life, we open ourselves up to the idea that our days are numbered and all we do is the best we can each day. “It’s only once you fully let go that you can actually make any change.” We are all deathly afraid of letting go and surrendering to our everyday circumstances because we enjoy being in control. Control is overrated. We live in a world where we are always seeking control and stability because we are most comfortable in a zone of predictability. However, it’s not until you reach a point of acceptance where you are truly willing to accept the outcome, no matter what it is, that you line yourself up to the path to success. 

A good majority of people in this world have been told that their thoughts run their life, however, our thoughts don’t have any power behind them until we attach belief to them. Robins talks about some of the ways he teaches golf players to surrender by telling them to quit at the game entirely. “By saying “I’m going to quit,” shows the game means something to you.” Our thoughts create our emotion by attaching belief to them.

In this episode:

Robins talks about his near-death experience from surviving an earthquake tsunami in 2004 by the Indian Ocean McCabe and Robins discuss the psychology that goes into a near-death experience Robins explains his philosophy behind the “second ball golfer.” McCabe discusses some ideas pulled from the book “Performing Under Pressure”. McCabe discusses previous podcast guest, Timothy Alexander (LINK BELOW) and his outlook on life  http://themindside.libsyn.com/podcast/the-ultimate-comeback-with-uab-football-player-timothy-alexander Robins and McCabe discuss the path to establish a belief and the power it holds Download The Gameplan Infographic here!

 

For more information on Will Robins and his teaching philosophies, visit: http://robinsgx.com

We hope you enjoy this episode as much as we enjoyed recording it!

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology, please visit: www.themindside.com

The Dynamic Duo of Sports Marketing with Knight Eady Founders David Knight and Michael Eady

Nov 1, 2017 50:26

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“Understanding your purpose and why you’re doing what you’re doing is the number one thing.”

Entrepreneurs David Knight and Michael Eady were just two friends with one vision that led to the creation of Knight Eady, a sports marketing organization that has made a substantial footprint in Birmingham, Alabama. During this episode, these two entrepreneur leaders will dive into the purpose behind their mission and their philosophies on running a team.

Every activity that comes out of Knight Eady revolves around one message, that “sports can be a powerful change agent.” Eady and Knight started developing their brand after a Steel City Invitational youth basketball tournament held at Samford University. Since then, Knight Eady has shared their passion of creating memorable events for athletes and spectators with the state of Alabama. The way they look at high school organized sports is that these games may be the last time a parent or a grandmother gets to watch their athlete play in a game if they don’t intend on furthering their athletic career.

“We need to do our very best to make this the most memorable experience they can ever have.”

When we are old, worn, and grey, all we have is our memories; Knight Eady helps create great ones. What drives this dynamic duo? Faith, a clear vision, and their team. “We all want to do really really good work.” Each member of the Knight Eady team is required to give a 12-minute TED talk on their life upon being hired, as a way for the team to get to know them as soon as they join the family. Knight and Eady continue to build their business and their friendship as their company is continuously growing throughout Alabama and the Southeast.

“We’ve built up trust in our friendship and professional life leading up to Knight Eady and its just carried into the office.”

We hope you enjoy this podcast as much as we enjoyed recording it.

For more information on The MindSide: Sport’s and Performance Psychology, please visit www.themindside.com

A Hope to Help with Legendary Golf Instructor and Host of The Golf Fix Michael Breed

Oct 25, 2017 57:01

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“I wanted to make a difference in the game.”

Golf is a sport of laser-like focus, mental stability, acceptance of failure, and pure determination. However, according to legendary golf instructor and GOLF Channel celebrity, Michael Breed, for athletes to pay attention to instruction, golf also needs entertainment. “The information is important, but the entertainment is way more important.”

This episode on The MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe dives into deep discussion with Breed on who he is, and why he is motivated to inspire people. Michael shares his personal philosophies with our audience including the fact that he is dyslexic, which the world sees as a weakness. “Everybody has hurdles,” Breed says. The true character of a person is measured when they can use their weaknesses as strengths.

“I want to help people. That’s what I really want to do.”

Being talks about his learning disability as an asset for him to reach others who may be struggling with something in their life that they perceive as a limitation or obstacle that inhabits them from reaching their dreams. “Everybody has assets. The key, to me, is finding those assets and utilizing them.” Breed’s dad died of Alzheimer’s which led him to form a strong stance on the statement, “There is always someone who has it worse.”

The main lesson in this episode?

“Better yourself, and better others.”

 

We hope you enjoy this episode as much as we enjoyed recording it.

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit: www.themindside.com

The Ultimate Podcast Team-Up with Former Navy SEAL, Author, and Host of Chaos Cast Podcast Jeff Boss

Oct 24, 2017 01:08:11

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This week we bring you a SPECIAL episode where host of The MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe teams up with host of The Chaos Cast, Jeff Boss to discuss the world and its mentality.

“People have to BELIEVE they are going to be successful in order to be successful.”

Each person is different. In the way they learn, in the way they teach, in the way they communicate; every person is unique. How do you reach someone who may be different than you? How do you teach them or inspire them to pursue their potential?

Find out what’s driving them. Find out why they’re doing it.

“Over time, getting pushed gets old, but you can always be pulled.”

Your purpose is what drives you while your passion is what pulls you to conquer something. During this episode, McCabe and Boss talk about life lessons and how each person has their own definition of “strong mentality”. For the Chaos Cast host, the definition of a strong mentality is, “Not wanting to do something, and doing it anyway.”

What’s your definition?

 

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We hope you enjoy this episode as much as we enjoyed recording it!

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For more information on The Mindside: Sports and Performance Psychology please visit our website at: www.themindside.com

Starting From The Bottom with Forbes Top Marketing Influencer of 2017 Leonard Kim

Oct 16, 2017 43:18

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Adversity is inevitable. For Leonard Kim, adversity was his way of life for a series of years through his early adulthood life. The popular TEDx talk speaker shares his story of coming from a point of ultimate defeat where we had considered taking his own life, to rising to a point where he inspires others to let their fears guide them through life. This is an incredible episode.

“I got to a point where I got sick and tired of being sick and tired.”

Kim faced every kind of adversity from every direction during his early career which led him to a continuous writing spree. Unlike many other influencers in society today, Leonard Kim refused to take the traditional approach to success. When Kim decided to use writing an outlet to let go of his misfortune, he built up a fear of what people were going to say once he pressed the “Publish” button. This fear led him to a bigger idea; the idea of using that fear to guide him to reaching his potential. Through sharing his story with the world, he inspired others to look at their own points of failure and minimize the negativity that surrounded them.

“What was scarier than writing itself, was really sharing the vulnerable points in my life.”

Being vulnerable means showing the world your faults, and we all live in a prideful world. Kim shares his story from the very beginning in his TEDx talk that is shown below. Listen and learn how one man used fear, something that we all work so hard to avoid and prevent, as a light to guide him through his career.

 

 

We hope you enjoy this episode as much as we enjoyed recording it.

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology, please visit: www.themindside.com

The Ultimate Comeback with UAB Football Player Timothy Alexander

Oct 10, 2017 54:34

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October 28th, 2006 was a day that changed Timothy Alexander’s life. A car accident left the heavily recruited tight-end receiver paralyzed from the neck down. Almost 11 years later, Alexander walked out with the UAB Football squad to the middle of the field, kissed the ball, and thanked God for where he’s at.

Alexander continues to be a role model for people both in and out of the sports world who think they can’t achieve their hopes and dreams with their given circumstances. Timothy talks about his faith, his hope, his motivation for sitting up at the end of his bed every morning and refusing to let his circumstances determine his mindset for how he is going to live out the next 24 hours.

“We don’t need it to be easy, we need it to be possible.”

Our society today needs motivators such as Timothy to spread the happiness and love that he flushes out from his heart into the world every time he talks. “We need hope.” This is a man who is driven, not by what has happened to him, but by the possibility and power created by his comeback. In sports, we talk about how the players who suffered from a horrific injury such as an ACL tear, or a torn labarum come back to be even better than they were. This story is one in the same. Alexander has made the ultimate comeback and continues to give back to the people around him, the programs he loves and cares about such as UAB football, and to his faith.

“I ask people 3 things: Who are you? Why are you here? Who are you doing it for? And if you don’t know those 3 things, you’re more disabled than I am.”

Timothy speaks to a bigger issue throughout this podcast. People need to know their purpose rather than just pressing the cruise control on life.

We hope you enjoy this episode as much as we enjoyed recording it.

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology, please visit: www.themindside.com

An Olympic Coaching Style with Head Coach for Arizona St. Swimming & Olympian Michael Phelps, Bob Bowman

Oct 3, 2017 42:35

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“I had very big goals.”

Robert Bowman always knew he was going to be great, and as it turns out, he was right. Having coached Michael Phelps, the most decorated Olympic athlete in the world for over 20 years, Bowman has made a huge impact in the coaching industry.

During this podcast, Bowman dives into how he started his coaching journey by learning from the best in the business such as David Marsh, Paul Bergen, and Murray Stephens.

“I saw coaching as a way I could elevate my goals, and I could be one of the best coaches in the world.”

In retrospect, Bowman discusses how majoring in music for his first 2 years of college has helped him understand how studying the best in your field can be crucial for growth and success. Young coaches in today’s world often want to become the best as fast as possible by creating new ways to execute skill. “A mistake young coaches make today is: if it’s new, it has to be better. Everyone wants to invent their own way…” However, throughout the discussion between Bowman and Dr. Bhrett McCabe, Bowman highlights how you should know the background and the foundation of everything first. The Olympic coach explains how he simply learned from other coaches and absorbed everything he could at the time to later create his own philosophy. This philosophy stresses fundamentals and how repeatedly learning the basics of any sport or activity is very important for every athlete no matter the level. 

“Michael Phelps did the same warm up at 31 as he did at age 12.”z 

 

Touching on his coaching career with Phelps, Bowman discusses the relationship he built and maintained with Phelps that ultimately led to many successes for their team over his career. “We were 100% honest with each other all the time.”

Bowman has now decided to take on the mission of coaching a college team at Arizona State in hopes that he will be challenged in a new way. “I wanted to pursue building a championship team in the college rank, just because I haven’t done it yet.”

At the end of this podcast, Bowman declares his manifesto as:

“The process is more important that the outcome.”

We hope you enjoy this episode as much as we have enjoyed recording it.

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology, please visit:

www.themindside.com

A Creative Movement with CEO of Telegraph Creative Kevin McLendon

Sep 26, 2017 39:50

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“We named the company Telegraph because the telegraph was the first mass, modern communication device that allowed people to communicate from continent to continent.” Kevin McLendon, CEO of Telegraph Creative, brings his journey as an entrepreneur in front of our mic. Throughout this podcast, McLendon discusses how Telegraph separates itself from the common creative agency by investing in the uniqueness of each brand Telegraph works with, and sharing it with the world in a visually appealing and magnetic manor.

“It all comes down to original thought.”

In a world full of choices and ideas to grab on to, original thought tends to get lost in the process. Kevin has made it a point at Telegraph to develop a team of experts to create and maintain a unique and original brand for each organization they work with.

“At the end of the day, if you have the confidence that you do good work, and the talent is on par with anybody else, that’s all you can do is sell yourself and sell your talent.”

People are always looking for new ways of doing things. In the summer of 2017 Telegraph launched Sloss Tech l The Southeast’s Preeminent Tech Festival During Sloss Tech, the Telegraph team worked with influencer, Casey Neistat. Check out the video below to see the incredible Telegraph team featured in Neistat’s video “Alone in an Airport”.

WARNING: This podcast is full of brilliant ideas for entrepreneurs and may result in impulsive life decisions.

For more information about The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology, visit:

www.themindside.com

Resiliency Defined with SEC Player of the Year and Scholar-Athlete of the Year Krystal Rivers

Sep 19, 2017 49:38

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“My doctors didn’t think I could walk.” Krystal Rivers was born with multiple birth defects including tethered cord syndrome, and has pushed through her life to become one of the top performing volleyball players in the country. Rivers describes her story as one of a pure “keep going,” mindset. No one thought she would be able to walk normally, let along play sports.

“My doctors always told me, ‘Do what you can,” and to me, that meant to do everything.”

In 10th grade, Rivers underwent a urostomy which forced her to wear an artificial bladder on her side. Her surgery and diagnosis helped her miss the first 2 years of high school volleyball tryouts. Her junior year however, she was determined to learn. Knowing she didn’t have the resources for outside help, Krystal taught herself the best she could simply by hitting a ball against a wall every day. This self-taught athlete would come in 2nd in the country in kills in the 2016 NCAA volleyball season by never letting her circumstances get the best of her. “It’s about taking your destiny into your own hands and trying to control it as best as possible.” Rivers received a full academic scholarship to the University of Alabama where she would walk on to the volleyball program knowing she was going to do the best she could to help the team, no matter what position that was in.

After red-shirting her freshmen year, Rivers would find out in the beginning of the 2014 spring season that she had cancer; Hodgkin lymphoma stage 3. For the next 6 months, the stud athlete would undergo weekly chemo treatment in addition to college volleyball practices, workouts, and a full class load. Her mindset was simply, “I can and I will.”

“You’re going to have obstacles in life, everybody is, whether they’re small or large there are going to be obstacles. It’s about you facing them head on and saying, ‘Okay, what’s on the other side of this and how do I get there.’”

On top of physical obstacles, Rivers also struggled with performance anxiety. The game was getting bigger than her and she was starting to feel everything going the wrong way. Krystal quickly realized that like everything else in her life, she could overcome this obstacle as hard as she overcame everything else.

We hope you enjoy this podcast as much as we enjoyed recording it. Let this episode be a source of motivation to those who think they are too down to get back up.

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology, visit:

www.themindside.com

The Leading Technology Behind Injury Prevention with Director of Media Relations for Motus Global, Will Carroll

Sep 12, 2017 01:08:09

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“You combine genius people with a passion for sport and ground breaking tech.” Will Carroll, Director of Media Relations for Motus Global has been given the nickname, “The Injury Expert” for becoming an expert in his space. This week on The MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe sits down with Carroll to discuss the newest technology and vision behind Motus Global, the world-leader in advanced biomechanics analysis delivering solutions to athletes, employers, workers, insurers and the medical community.

With his father being in sports medicine, Carroll understood the language of athletics both in the medical and performance sense. The further he got into his career the more he realized that there was a gap between what people saw and what was happening behind the curtains of sports injury. Spectators would wonder how players were able to get back on the field or on the court so quickly but would never dive into the actual process that was happening between the trainers and doctors. Throughout this episode, Carroll will highlight some professionals in the medical field that he admires, as well as a few principles that he continues to question.

Carroll also explains how the technology of Motus Global is creating a movement toward wearable technology that can better help athletes and coaches understand their own limitations during their performance.

“What we have now is a chance to really measure specific muscular fatigue, manage the recovery and the work load, and hopefully decrease the risk.”

Will Carroll is the host of The Motus Show a new podcast looking at the future of sports science, medicine and technology.

You can learn more about Will Carroll and Motus Global by visiting: http://motusglobal.com

We hope you enjoy this episode as much as we enjoyed recording it!

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology, visit: www.themindside.com

The Hidden Hero with Last Chance U Star, Brittany Wagner

Sep 5, 2017 56:36

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“When you start winning, people start paying attention.” The MindSide Podcast struck gold this week as we brought on the star of the Netflix documentary, Last Chance U, founder of 10 Thousand Pencils, and nationwide inspiration leader, Brittany Wagner. Wagner has made a dent in the world of college athletics as she has turned her dream of impacting young athletes into a reality.

In the show, Last Chance U, Brittany helped the football team of East Mississippi Community College become more than just a group of jocks who had no future other than football, "I had no expectations." Coming from a family with a psychologist as a father and a special education teacher as a mother, Brittany knew from her youth that she had a greater purpose.

"This is what I was born to do."

Inside this podcast, Wagner digs into the realities young athletes are faced with every day. She discusses how most college athletes are already given labels based on stereotypical judgement from their peers and even some authority figures. "These labels we place on these kids prohibits them from really figuring out their potential on their own." There is an underlining issue that is raised when these athletes are already told what path they "should" or "need" to go on to reach a society's definition of success.

"I think we do a horrible job helping these athletes navigate the pressure of being a college athlete."

Brittany compares a college football player's situation in Scuba, Mississippi, to a hypothetical situation where she is the one putting on the football gear in the locker room and then getting tackled on the field and feeling that shame and public humiliation that these kids must feel in the classroom. "They are unequipped."

Wagner brings her own opinions on the educational deficiencies that these college athletes must climb past to reach success outside of the game. “We can teach them how to be true to themselves.” Brittany has started her own company, 10 Thousand Pencils to provide academic counseling services to student athletes everywhere.

You can visit her website at: https://brittanywagner.com

We hope you enjoy this podcast as much as we enjoyed recording it.

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology, visit:

www.themindside.com

The Psychology of Soccer with Mental Toughness Coach Dr. Rob Bell

Aug 28, 2017 44:27

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“It’s the closest sport to an actual battle.” Dr. Rob Bell, author of The Hinge, No Fear, Mental Toughness: Training for Golf, and Don’t “Should” On Your Kid, joins The MindSide Podcast to talk about what he has learned from the game of soccer as a sport psychology coach.

In the game of soccer there is both a team and an individual aspect, and if one person is not a team player, they will get exposed. During a brilliant discussion between Dr. Bhrett McCabe and Dr. Rob Bell, conversation points surfaced that highlighted the way soccer players must strategize and perform on the field. “We make things more complicated than they are.” Dr. Rob Bell explained how the game of soccer has so many similarities to a battle, as they both involve major strategy and quick decision making.

This podcast was overflowing with insights into a parent’s role in their child’s performance and how the mental game is so heavily involved within the game of soccer. Bell also discusses the biggest threats to players outside of the game, such as burnout and expectations set by parents and coaches.

We hope you enjoy this podcast as much as we enjoyed bringing two knowledgeable mental coaches in front of one mic.

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology, visit: www.themindside.com

The “People” Story with Pulitzer Prize Winning Journalist Jeffrey Marx

Aug 22, 2017 47:06

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“To me, a great story is something that is so good on its own, I can’t mess it up as a researcher or as a writer.” Jeffrey Marx, author of 6 bestsellers and keynote speaker, joins The MindSide Podcast this week to discuss his path as a journalist, as well as his perspective on today’s chaotic world.

Marx believes that people hold the best stories, and it simply takes building and maintaining a relationship with them to bring those stories to the rest of the world. Throughout his career, Jeffrey has seen the world change in character, which has led him to look at society through a unique lens. 

“We all have a lens, or a prism through which we look at things that determine every choice we make during a day.”

Everyone can contribute to a better society. While we all wear a mask to some degree, we all have an opportunity to impact people in a way that can better the world that surrounds us. Marx explains how “we have an empathy deficit disorder in this nation,” and goes on to tell of some things that we, as a society, can keep in mind to help better the space we live in and the people around us.

We hope you enjoy this podcast as much as we enjoyed recording it.

For more information on The MindSide: Sports and Performance Psychology, visit www.themindside.com

More Than 4 with Four-Time Cancer Survivor Sean Fredella

Aug 15, 2017 26:58

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Before turning 13, Sean Fredella would have battled cancer 4 different times. Sean’s war with cancer started on Valentine’s Day of 2003, when he was no older than 2 years-old. Having gone through leukemia, a bone marrow transplant, chemotherapy, and radiation all within a seven-and-a-half-year course, Sean represents the definition of resiliency.

In 2011, the Mountain Brook native was diagnosed with a rare adult tumor, “esthesioneuroblastoma.” After multiple treatments and a resilient heart, Sean would be declared cancer-free at 13 years old. Now, years later, he will fight for children who can’t fight themselves.

“Ever since I beat cancer, I felt like my fight wasn’t over.”

Now, Sean spends his time creating a tribe of supporters behind the motto, “Our kids deserve more than 4%.” This saying was built upon the fact that only 4% of the money donated to cancer research is allotted to pediatric cancer research. Sean has vigorously recruited companies, organizations, sports teams, and individuals to support his efforts in making September a “golden” month in support of his campaign #MoreThan4Athletics. “Sports can motivate people and change people’s lives.”

“Maybe this is the generation…this is the time where people are going to stand up, come together, and help.”

We hope you enjoy this podcast as much as we enjoyed recording it. The MindSide stands by #MoreThan4Athletics

WE BELIEVE OUR KIDS DESERVE MORE THAN 4

 

What can you do?

Visit https://rallyfoundation.org/rally-kids/seanf/ to rally behind Sean today! Wear GOLD this September and post about it using the hashtags #MoreThan4Athletics and #MoreThan4

The Growth Game with CFP and former LSU Baseball Player Pete Bush

Aug 8, 2017 39:54

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“The way people see their money is so interwoven into who they are.”

Pete Bush, certified financial planner and advisor joins The MindSide Podcast this week to discuss the intangibles needed for managing a person’s (including elite athlete’s) wealth.

Bush dives in to the importance of the relationship between a financial advisor and their clientele by highlighting the “bond” that is formed between the two when one’s money is being trusted in another person’s hands.

“Once you’ve helped a person understand who they are and what their financial personality is, then that trust just develops.”

What does personality have to do with money? Everything. Bush digs into the nature of elite athletes by exposing 3 of the most encouraged and important characteristics which they have been coached to live by: aggressiveness, overconfidence, and a sense of invincibility. Pete then draws the parallel between these characteristics in the game, and the way financially awarded athletes deal with their money.

“Reality gets distorted as far as how hard it is to come out of the game and transition into more normal expectations around monthly income.”

We hope you enjoy this podcast as much as we do.

For more information on The Mindside: Sports and Performance Psychology, visit: www.themindside.com

Behind the Mic with Auburn Sports Announcer Rod Bramblett

Aug 1, 2017 11:44

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It’s more than just a play call. It’s a lifestyle. This week, The MindSide Podcast brings on “Kick-Six” (Auburn Football) announcer, Rod Bramblett, to share his wisdom and life lessons he has learned from being a sport’s announcer. An announcer creates the vision for the listener at home, and it’s not as easy as it seems. You must know the people, the stats, the opponents, the personalities, it’s about “treating it like studying up for a quiz.”

In this podcast, Rod talks about the preparation and the work that goes into his profession along with the attitude needed to excel such as the acceptance of constructive feedback.

“The day when you think ‘I got this all down pat,’ is the day you’re probably going to get fired.”

Starting as a DJ for a local news station, Bramblett worked hard to become one of the best sports announcers in the field. Once he landed a sports announcer position the work didn’t stop there. “You have to be mentally strong and mentally committed to making both your home and your professional life work.”

Please enjoy this week’s episode on The MindSide Podcast!

A Journey of Power, Faith, and Fulfillment with former NFL DT Jeremy Towns

Jul 26, 2017 34:18

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“People who tend to help other people tend to live the most fulfilled life.”

Former NFL Defensive Tackle, and current medical student, Jeremy Towns, joins Dr. Bhrett McCabe to discuss his journey through life, school, and the NFL.

From a young age, Towns had to face challenges that most 13 year olds would run away from, but instead of bowing out, he stood up to his circumstances. Jeremy talks about the mindset he needed throughout his high school and college years on and off the field.

“Anytime you put talent with working hard then you have a chance for unbelievable results.”

This proved true as he made his way to the NFL after his years at Samford University training under coach Pat Sullivan. He then found himself faced with an unfamiliar challenge, one of confidence. On this podcast, Towns explains his journey through the power of faith and how God has fueled him to make a dent in society starting in his college years,

“Once I believed that I’m supposed to be here, it was another level of success.”

With 2 season-ending injuries, and 3 NFL teams later, Towns is now a medical student driven by a purpose to help others.

“My goal is inspiration and hope,” Towns explains, and through the power of his faith and mental endurance, Jeremy Towns will continue to create a movement that is continuing to spread in Alabama.

We hope you enjoy this week’s podcast! Be sure to check out our Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook accounts for daily updates on what we are creating at The MindSide.

An Unforgettable Mentor with Professional Golf Instructor Bryan Gathright

Jul 19, 2017 38:21

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Always be honest. Always be positive. Always be building your players up. These are just a few of the principles legendary golf instructor Bryan Gathright stuck to when approaching the coaching arena. Gathright steps in front of the mic this week and highlights on his own mentor and golf legend, Harvey Penick. “He challenged his players very well.” Bryan explains a few life lessons he had learned from Penick such as how to always bring positivity to a learning space, and how to always challenge your players.

Gathright is an instructor at The Clubs of Cordillera Ranch, one of the top greens in the U.S. in San Antonio, Texas. We hope you enjoy this podcast as it focuses on the true keys that can make up a true mentor for young athletes.

From the Dugout to Pit Road with NASCAR Pit Crew Coach Ray Wright

Jul 12, 2017 34:03

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Picture this, a stampede of 3500 LB machines flying by, only a few feet away from you, at over 200 miles per hour. That’s the life of a pit crew in the world of NASCAR. Former LSU baseball player, Ray Wright, joins our podcast this week to discuss his transition from an outfielder to a position managing 6 pit crews. Through the interview, Wright talks about the “flush it” mentality crew members must have, and the mental performance and preparation that carries from the field to pit road. Pit crew members are, “the guys who are the most mentally strong; who can delete a whole bunch of things around them.” Ray discusses a few key principles and lessons he held on to through his baseball career at LSU and how he has used those same principles throughout his NASCAR career.

Wright also talks about his company Pit Stops for Hope which is a charity meant to better America’s youth. Pit Stops for Hope invests in the education and health of children that are burdened with poverty situations.  Their overall mission is to “replace poverty with hope in our community!” We are honored to have Ray Wright on The MindSide Podcast this week, and we hope you enjoy this segment that highlights the mental game, and social awareness. Enjoy!

Support Pit Stops For Hope today by visiting http://www.pitstopsforhope.org

Conscious Coaching with Strength and Conditioning Coach, Brett Bartholomew

Jul 5, 2017 42:16

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In his new book, “Conscious Coaching,” author, Brett Bartholomew, exposes a relevant gap in the strength and conditioning world. The connection between a coach and their athlete. “You can have all the books marked in the world, but you don’t know how to connect with people. What’s it worth in this world?” In the sport’s world, we are all often focused on the result. From the number on the bar we squat to the number of in-season wins, we are focused on the product rather than being focused on all the moving parts that help a team achieve that product.

Bartholomew digs into the intangibles that are needed for a coach to become a great mentor to his athletes. He simply states, “The number of blogs read isn’t the equivalent to the number of groups led.” The MindSide Podcast is honored to have Bartholomew in front of the mic this week to engage in conversation highlighting the social, emotional, and intellectual effects of coaching. Enjoy!

Catch It If You Can with Professional Angler Cody Meyer

Jun 29, 2017 31:02

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What does it look like to compete in a sport where you don’t have much control? Cody Meyer, professional angler with over 8 years on the Fishing League Worldwide Professional tour, knows exactly how to handle this kind of game. “You’re fishing against another fish that has it’s own brain.” Being a professional angler Meyer has developed an investment into mental components such as patience, mental strength, perseverance, and staying positive. This week The MindSide Podcast digs into the working process of exactly what it takes to be a professional angler. Enjoy!

The Heart of the SEC

Jun 22, 2017 19:52

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It’s not just a logo, it’s a lifestyle. The world of a loyal SEC fan revolves around commitment, emotional connections, and a scoreboard that can bring both tears of joy and tears of grief. We brought our mic in front of a few individuals that have dedicated their love to one of the largest conferences in the U.S.A. Enjoy!

A Story of a Dedicated Dad

Jun 14, 2017 31:07

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March 5th 2014 would be a day that ESPN Baton Rouge radio host, Matt Moscona’s life would change directions. This would be a day he would find out how his 20-week-old unborn son would be delivered into this world with CDH, congenital diaphragmatic hernia. CDH is a birth defect in which the diaphragm of an infant does not completely form, this leads to the entrapment of major organs in the diaphragm area, slowing developmental growth for the child. Now through 8 major surgeries, his first being when he was nothing but 18 hours old, Moscona’s son is “doing well by his standards.”

The journey of a parent with a special needs child is one of many challenges, but Matt Moscona has found his “normal” in it all. According to Moscona, we must all “learn to develop our own normal.” His story is one of dedication, love, and commitment. More than anything, his story defines the unshakable love of a father towards his son. This July, Moscona’s son will turn 3 years old with his loving parents by his side.

The Fast and the Curious with SuperSpeed Golf

Jun 7, 2017 36:40

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There is genius in simplicity. This week’s podcast spotlight shines on two innovation leaders, Kyle Shay and Michael Napoleon who have established their company on this widely known ideal. Shay and Napoleon are the founders of SuperSpeed Golf, a systematic, innovative golf program that has integrated unique principles of speed training to help improve club speed.

Michael and Kyle built SuperSpeed Golf with the purpose of offering a simple, goal-based training system that is easy to follow and easy to implement. With the numerous coaching techniques and detailed analytical training that is out in the golf industry today athletes sometimes can lose their “athletic nature” in a variety of complicated programs, this is where SuperSpeed Golf comes in. Shay and Napoleon believe that athletes can be, “held back by trying to control too many aspects of the game and not just letting themselves be naturally athletic.” With SuperSpeed programs, players can come in with a crowded mind of various techniques, tools, advice, and analytical information they have accumulated throughout their years of playing, and essentially reach a space that allows them to play with a sense of freedom.

An interesting concept of SuperSpeed golf is the uniqueness of their overall theory of increasing the speed of a swing with lighter clubs. Shay and Napoleon put this concept into perspective by using an example. A typical player may swing at 100 mph with a driver, SuperSpeed Golf takes that measurement, and after the first session of their program increases that player’s speed by an average of 5%. The player then uses different clubs provided by SuperSpeed golf such as their 20% Light club (20% lighter than a driver) which could increase their speed up to 118-120 mph. Clubs range from the 20% Light to the 5% Heavy (5% heavier than a driver). Using the science of “neuro-muscular responsiveness” SuperSpeed golf can train the brain to govern the muscular system into moving faster than it had originally thought it could. The interesting part? This is counter to what many athletes and coaches have been taught. Through past years, it has been a norm for athletes to train heavy to increase speed. For example, a batter may take practice swings with a heavy bat before stepping up to the plate to take a game-like swing to increase speed. SuperSpeed Golf has gone against the grain with their vision.

Their mental goal? SuperSpeed wants their athletes focusing on “not trying to consciously control things when they’re on the golf course and trying to become more reactionary.” Dr. Bhrett McCabe adds in “Our training, our coaching, our development are all investment into our underlying ability, so by raising our ability to swing at a higher level, I don’t need to put conscious energy onto it under competition. I can believe the investment is going to be paid out over time.”

SuperSpeed Golf is also thinking into the future of opening a SuperSpeed Slugger program for bat-swinging athletes. We enjoyed talking with both Kyle Shay and Michael Napoleon about how they have created new possibilities of training with golfers. Check them out today! https://superspeedgolf.com

Learning to Learn with Michael Hebron, Professional Golf Instructor and Author

Jun 2, 2017 52:17

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Decades ago Michael Hebron played a key role in orchestrating the first PGA of America Teaching and Coaching Summit, bringing together over 700 instructors from 14 countries to share ideas on teaching methods. Following that event, Michael gained the nickname of "the teacher's teacher". 

Highly respected throughout the international golf community, Michael consults on golf instruction to PGA America, Switzerland, Italy, France, Finland, Canada, Japan, Sweden, India, Australia, Chile, Costa Rica, England, Ireland, Wales, Scotland, Czech Republic, Spain, and Denmark. He has given instruction clinics at 30 PGA of America sections.  Through his dedication Michael earned the honored status of becoming the 23rd PGA of America Master Professional.

His book, See and Feel the Inside Move the Outside, was the first golf instruction book accepted as a PGA Master’s thesis.  Since then, he has written hundreds of articles for leading golf magazines and authored 4 other books and 3 DVDs.

Michael has appeared on The Charley Rose Show, Today Show, The Golf Channel and numerous local cable shows.  

Golf Magazine and Golf Digest have consistently named Hebron as a member (since their first listings) of America’s Top 50 Instructors.

Over the years, Hebron has worked with many successful golfers from the PGA and LPGA tours and several national champions in America and abroad PGA including three men's major winners.  He has also worked with many successful high school and college golfers—but Michael’s pride is working with club golfers.

Head in the Game with Brandon Sneed, Author and Sports Writer

May 24, 2017 01:04:07

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This week’s podcast guest is very interesting to us, and we hope to you as well. Brandon Sneed, writer-at-large for Bleacher Report and B/R Mag, as well as CNN, is also a published author of Head in the Game, and he joins Dr. McCabe to share some of his insights into the human mind and the effects that our daily lives have on it.

Learning his wife was pregnant with their first child four years ago drove Brandon to learn all he could about the human mind so that he could fix his and help his son if the time came for it.

In his research for Head in the Game, he turned himself into a human guinea pig to experience all there is to experience when it comes to diving deep into the mind, in order to understand what the world’s best athletes are doing. He had his brain scanned and hooked to a computer, trained in various meditation practices, learned shocking things about how religion affects our brains, used technology that sent electricity coursing through his skull, learned masterful breathing techniques from sports scientists who have coached Olympic gold medalists, he spent hours floating in sensory deprivation chambers — and he may or may not have ingested legally questionable substances.

Because hey, journalism.

It all coalesces into a single story not only about a revolution driving athletes into a new frontier of training, but a story about a revolution coming for all of us.

 

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The Crisis of Safety in Competitive Athletics with Mike Miller and Joey Longoria from the National Center for Sports Safety

May 17, 2017 41:48

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Concussions, torn muscles, broken bones, and even psychological scars are a clear and present danger in almost all sports. This has been made more apparent than ever in recent years with films like Concussion drawing focus to the subject. The human body is capable of incredible feats, especially those that compete in the highest level of athletics. We sometimes forget just how fragile it can be as well, particularly in the developing years.

This week on The MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe is joined by Mike Miller and Joey Longoria of the National Center for Sports Safety to discuss injury in sports. From best practices to early prevention to rehabilitation, this podcast will give you valuable insight into the psychological and physical ramifications of injury in sports at all levels.

 

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The Challenges of Reaching a Dream with SEC Analyst, Cole Cubelic

May 10, 2017 46:27

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We see him on the sidelines for the SEC Network. Some hear him on the radio every morning, but it hasn’t been an easy path for Cole Cubelic. The former Auburn University offensive lineman and captain joined ESPN in 2011 as an analyst covering the SEC and Sun Belt Conference football games. 

Before joining the network, Cole took on different jobs to provide for his family. Cubelic says he knew this was the career for him, despite having several doors slammed in his face.  Even with so many telling him no, Cubelic never gave up on his dream of working the sidelines where he once played.

He now works at AL.com as a sports analyst, providing analysis and film room explanations of key battles on the offensive and defensive lines. Cole hosts “The Cube Show” from 6-10 a.m. weekdays on 730 AM-WUMP. Cubelic previously worked for the Sun Belt Network from 2009-2013 and was a radio personality at WZZN from 2010-2013, where he was the co-host of “Cubelic & the Kid” and “Monday Night Blast off” on 97.7 FM in the Huntsville, Ala. area.

Cubelic, a native of Homewood, Ala., graduated from Auburn in 2001 with a degree in communication and media studies.

 

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Zero caffeine. Non GMO. Certified Vegan — and packed with plant-based amino acids. Discover these and more energizing drink mixes to enhance your active lifestyle at your local Target store or visit amino-vital.com and enter Offer Code: MINDSIDE to SAVE 20% off your order.

Special Edition: The MindSide and MindPump Join Forces

May 9, 2017 01:44:07

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What leads to confidence? Why do fashion trends go and come? How is social media influencing us? No topic is off limits when The MindSide and MindPump come together. Dr. Bhrett McCabe traveled to California to team up with MindPump for this special edition episode.  

MindPump is an online radio show/podcast that has been described as Howard Stern meets fitness. It is sometimes raw, sometimes shocking and is always entertaining and informative. The hosts, Sal Di Stefano, Adam Schafer and Justin Andrews have over 40 years of combined fitness experience as personal trainers, club managers, IFBB fitness competitors and fitness thought leaders.

Healing with Real, Good Food with Julie Fox, Founder of Julie’s Real

May 3, 2017 18:21

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Julie Fox has been passionate about good food and good health for two decades, but when her husband Mike was diagnosed with Barrett’s Esophagus in 2015, it caused her to re-evaluate what those words really mean.  Julie an­­­d Mike made significant diet changes, omitting processed foods, grains, dairy and sugar from their diet. 

While Julie was committed to helping her husband heal with good health, she also made a commitment to help him heal with good food.  Real good food.  Julie began making tasty snacks like almond butters, cashew butters and grain-free granolas with only real, good-for-you ingredients… Julie’s Real was born.

 

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What is Your True Purpose?

May 2, 2017 17:48

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Purpose is one of the single most important intangible influences that human beings struggle with. Without purpose, no one and nothing can or will live up to their true potential, because they will not be giving anything their full dedication. Knowing one's own self purpose is the first step to truly living a life with meaning. Whether that purpose is being a successful athlete, business person, parent, author, mentor, or student, having purpose is what makes that endeavor meaningful. In this weeks MindSide Insight, Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks about finding and living that purpose so that we all can give ourselves to it fully and achieve our desired level of success.  

 

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The MindSide of “The Spaniard" with Former UFC Fighter Charlie Brenneman

Apr 26, 2017 43:44

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Charlie “The Spaniard” Brenneman is a professional speaker, mentor, and author. Following a successful high school wrestling career, Charlie took his talents to Lock Haven University where he achieved a top 12 finish at Division I Nationals and 1st Team All-Academic. After teaching Spanish for three years and winning Spike TV’s Pros vs. Joes, Charlie decided to leave his job to pursue a master’s degree and begin his professional fighting career (UFC)—“The Spaniard” was born. In 2011, he was ranked as high as #7 in the world, and in 2015, he published his autobiography, Driven: My Unlikely Journey from Classroom to Cage. Charlie currently lives in PA with his wife and children. This podcast is just great. If you want some real insight into the mind of an elite individual both in and out of competition, tune-in and hear what Charlie has to say. 

 

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Sermons from the Mound, with Former MLB Pitcher Chris Hammond

Apr 19, 2017 52:46

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Faith is a powerful influence. It has helped shape men, women, teams, cities, and even countries. Our guest today has been greatly influenced by his faith and uses his experiences as a platform to spread it to other.

Chris Hammond, a 14-year veteran of Major League Baseball and a Birmingham, AL native, joins Dr. Bhrett McCabe in this episode to discuss his faith and his foundation, The Chris Hammond Youth Foundation. Through this foundation, Chris can spread his faith to young people across the country. 

In 1984, Chris was awarded a baseball scholarship and attended the University of Alabama, Birmingham.

In 1985, he transferred to Gulf Coast Community College in Florida where he was selected by the Cincinnati Reds in the Amateur Baseball draft in 1986.  After playing in Tampa, Chattanooga, and Nashville, he finally broke into the Major Leagues in 1990 with the World Champion Cincinnati Reds.

Chris pitched for the Cincinnati Reds from 1990 until 1992 when he was traded to the Florida Marlins for their Inaugural Team.  As a starting pitcher, he pitched for the Marlins until 1997.  As a free agent, he signed with the Boston Red Sox where he played only one season, and then returned to the Marlins in 1998 after which he decided to retire from baseball.

Spending two years at home to help his wife, Lynne, during her difficult pregnancy with their second child, Chris returned to baseball in 2002 for a historic season with the Atlanta Braves.  It was in Atlanta where he made history by being one of only three pitchers to finish a season with an ERA under 1.00 with a minimum of 70 innings pitched.  Here, Hammond finished 7-2 with an ERA of a whopping 0.95!

Again, a free agent, Hammond signed with the American League Champion, New York Yankees in 2003.  They signed him to a two year deal, but traded him to the Oakland A’s the following season.  Hammond found his niche in more bullpens after, following up with the Padres and finally the Cincinnati Reds again. Hammond retired from Cincinnati in 2006 to again spend time with his family.  Hammond is proud to watch his children grow and spread his faith through whatever venue he is given. Chris is passionate about reaching youth for Christ in all areas, but continues to assist the youth in rural areas where help is needed. 

Chris’s foundation, The Chris Hammond Youth Foundation provides financial assistance in construction and/or maintenance of recreation and athletic facilities for young athletes. For more visit www.hammondyouthfoundation.com

  

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Are We Setting Up Our Youth for Failure?

Apr 17, 2017 11:09

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Are we devaluing the important of losing in today's youth sports? Are we numbing our athletes to the pains of experiencing a loss in competition? Losing is an important and vital part of the process in creating an elite athlete. How they process and grow from the experience of coming up short can be a huge influence on how they perceive and react to the game. In today's MindSide Insights, Dr. Bhrett McCabe gives us some thoughts on the aspect of letting losses have the respect they deserve, taking lessons from them, and moving on to the next challenge. 

 

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Being Constructive, Not Corrective with Professional Yoga Instructor, Katherine Roberts

Apr 12, 2017 20:43

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Founder and President of Yoga For Golfers®, Roberts Yoga for Baseball™ and Robert’s Kinetic Yoga For Sports™, Katherine Roberts’ proven approach to golf and sports conditioning has positioned her as a leader in the field.

Her unique and highly effective approach blends yoga, science, biomechanics, and proprietary golf-specific conditioning strategies into one powerful methodology – Yoga For Golfers® (YFG).  YFG harnesses and integrates power of the body with power of the mind to increase and enhance performance, enabling golfers at all levels to play better, play stronger, and play longer.

Her leading-edge yoga and sports fitness company, has Certified Yoga For Golfers Instructors in 22 countries on 4 continents and teams up regularly with golf organizations around the world, conducting YFG training, workshops, clinics at private, public, and resort facilities. A fitness performance coach and public speaker in popular demand, Roberts has been a presenter for the PGA of America (PGA), PGA TOUR, Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA), National Golf Course Owners Association (NGCOA), among others. 

A Nike swoosh elite athlete, Roberts’ is also a brand ambassador for Amino Vital’s revolutionary line of amino acid nutritional supplements. 

For more than 15 years, Roberts has been a leader and innovator in the sports and golf fitness world. Among her TV appearances on the Golf Channel (NBC Sports Group), she is most recognized as an inaugural co-host of The Big Break series, and now, is a regular segment contributor on the network’s Morning Drive Show’s Fitness Friday series. 

Roberts’ work in golf and performance fitness has been profiled by USA TODAY, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, and nearly all major golf publications.

In addition to her fitness and performance work in golf, Roberts has been working in Major League Baseball (MLB) for more than a decade, serving as the Yoga Performance Coach for MLB teams including the Chicago Cubs, Oakland A’s, LA Dodgers, San Diego Padres, Texas Rangers, Milwaukee Brewers, and Cincinnati Reds. Roberts also travels the country training serious athletes across all sports with her cutting-edge methodology, Roberts’ Kinetic Yoga For Sports. For more information, visit yogaforgolfers.com.

 

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Building a Successful Brand Around Yourself with Hank Norman, Founder of 2 Market Media

Apr 5, 2017 40:22

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Hank Norman is a brand builder to the stars!

He’s worked with some of the biggest media personalities around such as Steve Harvey, Tim Storey, and Grant Cardone.

He’s a TV producer, development executive, media coach, and entrepreneur and is founder and partner of 2 Market Media, and he is here today to teach you how to get famous and blow up your business.

 

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Are You Drained Mentally?

Apr 3, 2017 09:14

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It happens all too often. You come home from work after a long day and you just feel like you’re about to pass out. Not that you necessarily did that much work or exerted yourself that much that day, but you still feel exhausted. Our minds have an extremely strong influence on our bodies, and if your mind is exhausted, it can make your whole body feel 1,000 lbs. heavier. In today’s MindSide Insight, Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks for a moment on the concept of mental exhaustion. How it happens, how it affects us, and how we might combat it.

 

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Playing the Game with Passion with U.S.A. Softball Star Haylie McCleney

Mar 29, 2017 42:07

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It is a difficult task to succeed or become elite at anything for which you have no passion. Passion is one of the intangibles that has made legends of some of sport’s greatest. In this podcast, one of the best to ever play the game, Haylie McCleney joins Dr. Bhrett McCabe to talk softball and how her passion for the game has driven her to become better with each passing competition. Haylie is a graduate of the University of Alabama where she was a four-time All-American and three-time Academic All-American with a 4.0 GPA and a degree in Human Performance and Exercise Science. Haylie has played 4 years with Team U.S.A. and has just finished her rookie season with the USSSA Pride in NPF. Haylie’s passion is so strong you can sense it, and she is with us today to explain how you can get that passion in your own life. 

 

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The High Cost of Addiction with National Award Winning Sports Broadcaster, Lauren Sisler

Mar 22, 2017 41:03

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Lauren Sisler, national award-winning sports broadcaster and currently a Sports Reporter for AL.com, lost both of her parents to prescription drug overdose within hours of each other. Lauren received the devastating news while attending college as a freshman in 2003. Galvanized by this loss, Lauren has made it her calling to spread awareness of drug abuse and addiction, and the devastation it causes to both the addict, and their loved ones. Lauren serves as a board member for the Addiction Prevention Coalition in Birmingham, is on the Speakers Bureau for the Shelby County Drug Free Coalition, and provides outreach for Bradford Health Services and The Foundry. Lauren has first-hand knowledge that you never know when someone you love may be affected by this widespread epidemic. Tune-in to this podcast and help spread the word.

 

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Meeting the Demands of the Moment

Mar 20, 2017 13:56

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Whether it’s the Superbowl, NBA Final, CFP, Final Four, or the College World Series, the big game is a concept that exists unilaterally in sports. During these high-profile situations, some athletes step into the game and get overwhelmed by the magnitude of their surroundings, but others trust their preparation and their capability and do what it takes to win. In this podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe shares one of the most poignant moments of his athletic career as he reflects on what takes for an elite athlete to maintain intensity and perform, when playing on sport’s biggest stages.

 

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The Losing Edge, with Sam Weinman

Mar 15, 2017 41:08

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We often view losing as the ultimate setback, or the absolute worst outcome possible. The word itself has such negative connotations. Many think of those who lose as “losers”. Golf Digest editor Sam Weinman has a different perspective for us to consider this week. His book, How to Win at Losing: How Our Biggest Setbacks Can Lead to Our Biggest Gains is a guide to not only learning how to lose, but how to survive and thrive from it. In his book, Sam Weinman speaks with high profile athletes, actors, politicians, and business leaders in order to understand the upside of losing as it pertains to long-term success. Hear this unique perspective and more in this podcast!

 

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The Psychological and Physiological Impacts of Anxiety on Performance

Mar 8, 2017 39:41

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Pressure is one of the greatest, singular forces on our planet. With the right amount of pressure, just about anything can crack. Athletes face a mountain of pressure every day.  Pressure to perform. Pressure to Win. Pressure to beat out teammates for playing time. The anxiety that many athletes struggle with is a direct result of the pressures they face on a day to day basis. Dr. L Kevin Chapman, a licensed clinical psychologist in his own private practice, specializes in the assessment and treatment of anxiety. As a former 2-sport, college athlete, Dr. Chapman also acts as a sports performance consultant, and was the performance team psychologist for the University of Louisville Athletic Department for 8 years. Dr. Kevin Chapman has first-hand experience with the anxiety of competition, and today uses his expertise and education to help athletes anticipate, comprehend, and overcome anxiety to perform at their peak level. For anyone who is struggling with anxiety, or who knows someone who might be, this podcast was recorded just for you.

 

 

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The Entitlement Perception of Today's Youth

Mar 6, 2017 15:38

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It is a common perception that this current generation, millennials as they’re called, are all entitled and work for nothing. They are constantly being ridiculed by parents, coaches, and employers for their perceived entitlement and lack of depth. However, do we ever think of how our perceptions and interactions with this generation affect those relationships. Are we deferring blame because we simply don’t want to accept that we have had a hand in shaping the current generation? In this podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe discusses the relationships we have with today’s generation and how we can better communicate, coach, mentor, or otherwise inspire the current these up-and-comers to greatness.

 

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The Commitment to Overcome Limitation with Paralympic Athlete, James Roberts

Mar 1, 2017 37:41

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How do you feel when something hinders you? Do you push through, or do you allow your limitations to dictate your decisions? James Roberts refused to allow his physical limitations to prevent him from achieving his dreams. Diagnosed at birth with femoral dysplasia, Roberts has achieved more than the average able-bodied person. A competitor in the 2008 Summer Paralympics in Beijing, James finished 5th in the adaptive rowing competition. James also competed in sitting volleyball in the 2012 London Paralympics. Today, Roberts teaches and helps others to overcome their limitations as well so they can compete and attain their own desired level of success. You might have obstacles in your life that seem insurmountable. You may face situations that appear to have no solution. If so, this podcast is for you!

 

For more information on James Roberts and his work with customized health solutions for both able-bodied and disabled peoples, visit fitamputee.co.uk.

The Youth Coaching Dilemma

Feb 22, 2017 23:34

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At younger ages, athletes are more malleable and absorbent to coaching. It is a crucial time during which the true potential of an athlete can be realized, or possibly repressed. Coaches have an enormous degree of influence on their athletes during this developmental period and the effects of an inexperienced coach at this phase are often overlooked. In this podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe and MindSide Mental Skills Consultant, Meighan Julbert, MS discuss coaching during the formative years of tomorrow’s elite athletes and the importance of effective coaching in youth sports.

Why is Impatience the Status Quo?

Feb 20, 2017 11:55

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There are no shortcuts to success. There is no way around the "right" way. Impatience is the killer of ambition, but those with true ambition don't succumb to impatience. Keeping your goals ahead of you and surrounding yourself with the right people are all important factors to keeping yourself on the right paths for success. Listen to Dr. Bhrett McCabe elaborate on impatience, self-reliance, and more in this podcast. 

The Journey of Breaking Through with Basketball Legend Chamique Holdsclaw

Feb 15, 2017 44:23

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It is naive of us to think that competing and succeeding in sports only happens when we are thinking clearly and feeling great physically. While that helps, the competitive psychological experience is much greater. For some athletes, competing not only involves execution of plays and strategies, but also managing the struggles of personal difficulties, and even mental illness. In this powerful podcast interview, NCAA basketball legend, WNBA superstar, and Olympic champion Chamique Holdsclaw shares her amazing journey from the playgrounds of NYC to her championship career and her personal battles with mental illness. Through her struggles and positive life changes, Chamique inspires coaches, players, and administrators to face the complexities of mental illness and embrace a mindset of comprehensive mental wellness. Chamique Holdsclaw challenges the daily notions, stigmas, and ignorance to inspire the next generation to maximize their lives and psychological framework. For more information on her work, please check out her autobiography Breaking Through: Beating the Odds Shot after Shot.

The Codes for Success with Aviate Hats Owner Ben Lancaster

Feb 8, 2017 39:22

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It takes great courage to go out on your own and start a new business. It involves enormous, calculated risk. Ben Lancaster was well aware of this when he took over ownership of Aviate hats in 2015 and in just under 2 years, Aviate has become a phenomenon of success. People all over the country, and even the world, are familiar with Aviate’s hats. Celebrities and average Joes alike are sporting these hats with the airport code of their home city stitched on them. How does one handle the stresses and challenges that come with starting a new venture? It doesn’t happen overnight, and it is never easy. Hear Ben share his story on this week’s podcast.

Resisting the Transferal of Blame

Feb 7, 2017 09:58

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In these times of political turmoil, fake news, and social media warriors, we often find ourselves complaining and shifting blame everywhere but on ourselves. This week, Dr. Bhrett McCabe has a message for all of us on how to get started taking responsibility for our own lives and choices. Positive change can’t come from negative attitudes. Learn how to create the positive changes you seek in life in this week’s podcast.

A Life Beyond Sports with TAP CEO, Chris Rogers

Feb 1, 2017 01:00:08

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Many athletes dreams of playing at the next level. Many don’t even entertain the idea that there may be a life beyond sports, and many are unprepared when reality catches up with them. Chris Rogers, CEO of TAP (Together Assisting People), joins Dr. Bhrett McCabe on this episode of The MindSide Podcast. TAP is an organization that helps athletes develop life skills and build themselves up as independent, functional members of society. From etiquette classes to finances, TAP makes sure that young athletes are prepared for what life may throw their way. Hear Chris share his story and other insights into this world in this podcast.

Lessons from the Field of Human Performance with Mental Conditioning Coach, Trevor Moawad

Jan 25, 2017 43:17

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On this episode of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe is joined by noted Mental Conditioning Coach Trevor Moawad to discuss human performance, the mental game in life and in sports, and the field as a whole. Trevor has worked and been involved with great programs, such as the University of Alabama and Florida State University. Hear Trevor and Bhrett share some of their insights into the field in this week’s podcast.

What Has Baseball Taught Me?

Jan 18, 2017 16:28

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It’s a new year, and with it comes a new season on the diamond. Teams are practicing, fans are gearing up, and parks are being prepared for the U.S.A.’s oldest pastime. Are you ready for the season? Are you preparing yourself mentally for the challenges you will face on the field? How will you perform when you take the field with the game on the line? In this podcast, Dr. McCabe shares his thoughts on what baseball has meant to him and offers some considerations to take with you into your season. A new season means a new start. Make the most of yours, with a new mindset.

What I’ve Learned from Doing The MindSide Podcast

Jan 16, 2017 20:55

Description:

The MindSide Podcast turns 100 today! We are overjoyed to have come this far with you on your journey to improve your mental performance and own your success. In this momentous episode, Dr. Bhrett McCabe sits down and looks back at 100 episodes’ worth of exceptional guests, topics, lessons, and examples. Bhrett explains a few of his biggest takeaways from doing the podcast for nearly 2 years and his motivation to keep them coming. Dr. McCabe and The MindSide team would like to thank our listeners for their faithful following and promise to always improve, help you improve, and continue this journey with you. We look forward to another 100 episodes, and we hope to see you there as well.

Coaching Through Tragedy and Change with Dru Nettles

Jan 11, 2017 51:49

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Dru Nettles was a coach at Denham Springs High School in 2016 when the flooding hit Louisiana in August 2016. It wasn’t just the school that was damaged. Several of the students lost their homes and everything they owned. Nettles and his family were asleep when at 4am a neighbor knocked on their door to let them know their neighborhood was flooding. They were boated out by 9am. When they returned they found they had nearly 5 feet of water in their home and had lost everything. Denham Springs High School was also damaged, so Nettles's team wasn’t able to see each other till nearly 2 weeks later. The team decided to try and get football practice in each day then go into the community and help rebuild after practice. The athletes were going through a mental drain. Many had lost their homes and everything they had. But they were getting up everyday, going to practice, school, and playing games. Nettles managed to coach the men on and off the field and help many of them with their daily struggles. How do you coach through tragedy? How do you manage to put your personal challenges aside? Coach Dru Nettles discusses that with Dr. Bhrett McCabe on this week's podcast.

Dari Nowkhah Talks About The Emotional Struggles of Dealing with a Personal Tragedy

Jan 4, 2017 50:47

Description:

On August 12, 2011, Hayden Michael Nowkhah was born, seemingly healthy. At six days old, after just three days at home, Hayden was back in the hospital with a 102 degree fever. A virus had attacked his fragile heart. Within a matter of days, Hayden was near the top of the heart transplant list. How could this have happened to a little boy who seemed to be the picture of perfect health? This virus caused a condition called myocarditis and devastated his heart function. Hayden would need a heart transplant. After numerous surgeries and complications, Hayden suffered a catastrophic stroke. That stroke would cause him to be removed from the transplant list. At 39 days old, we lost our precious, brave baby boy.  Because of Hayden’s experience, and because thousands of infants go through the same thing every year, we decided to create "Hayden's Hope" to raise awareness for pediatric organ donation.  In addition, Hayden’s Hope, working in conjunction with the Children's Organ Transplant Association (COTA), is raising money to cover transplant-related expenses in honor of children awaiting life-saving transplants. Medical bills, travel costs to and from transplant centers, lengthy stays away from home and in many cases, job loss affects transplant families and devastates them financially.  COTA families receive 100% of the money raised through Hayden's Hope, easing this financial burden and allowing them to focus on what is most important: the life of their child.  Though Hayden is no longer with us, his story lives on. The story of the little boy who died but whose heart beats out of hope and love for children everywhere. It is our hope that Hayden’s story inspires others to help children achieve the successful transplants they deserve so that they can live the life they were meant to live. If you want to help please visit, www.haydenshope.org

New Year, New MindSet – Time for a Manifesto

Jan 2, 2017 18:13

Description:

Today, we launch a new chapter of The MindSide Podcast, MindSide Insights. 2 extra episodes a month from Dr. Bhrett McCabe where he explores topics and considerations related to the mental side of the game.  We will still keep our exciting guests each week. We are just adding a little something extra for our listeners.  What better time to start something new than in the New Year?  What are you starting new this year? Are you afraid of making changes, then not being successful and finding yourself frustrated in February?  Dr. Bhrett McCabe looks at the best approach for a successful new year and explains why having a Manifesto could be the answer.  

 

Are New Starts Really Effective?

Dec 28, 2016 25:38

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Meighan Julbert, MS joins Dr. Bhrett McCabe to discuss new starts. Many look at a new year as a fresh start and a chance to close the door on the past. But is that the answer? Should we leave those doors cracked to learn from the past and use that to build a successful future? Julbert and McCabe discuss that in today’s podcast.

Having Life With Purpose with Steve Ehretsman

Dec 21, 2016 39:09

Description:

In 2001, Steve Ehretsman was walking into a fast-food establishment when he was crushed between two cars.  After 13 surgeries, doctors decided to amputate his leg below the knee.

Ehretsman is a former D1 athlete where he was captain of the Boston University basketball team.  This was not according to plan. Up until the accident, Steve was a high producing and quickly emerging leader in the business development scene. Immediately following the accident, he struggled with adjusting to life and that struggle sparked his next step – to found Shamrock Prosthetics, Inc. Through his own struggles, Steve identified a way to bring peace and healing to others suffering from similar circumstances by focusing on the mental, physical, and functional healing of the clients.

Deontay Wilder on Life as the Heavyweight World Champion

Dec 14, 2016 28:22

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31 year old Deontay Wilder will tell you since becoming the WBC Heavyweight title holder in 2015 he has learned to be thankful for the little things in life. Wilder became the first American World Heavyweight Champion in 9 years, which was the longest period of time in boxing history without an American heavyweight champion. As an amateur he won a bronze medal in the heavyweight division at the 2008 Olympics. This led to his nickname of "The Bronze Bomber", which Wilder coined after Joe Louis, who was also from Alabama and was known by the nickname of "The Brown Bomber".

Wilder is undefeated as a professional with a 97.2% knockout-to-win ratio, with 18 knockouts in the first round. As of July 2016, Wilder is ranked the world's third best heavyweight by The Ring magazine and BoxRec, and fourth by the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board.

Wilder’s boxing career started when his now 12 year old daughter was born with Spina Bifida.  Wilder decided to drop out of college and look for a way to raise money to take care of his daughter.  That drive led to his undefeated career. 

Is it Different When It’s Me?

Dec 7, 2016 20:42

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On this week’s podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe takes a personal look at his upcoming hip surgery and candidly explores the anxiety and apprehension that he is experiencing in the days leading up to it. What are his anxieties and how is he dealing with them? What are the parallels that you can apply to your own fear and anxiety? This week, Dr. McCabe is the patient and he couldn’t feel more strange about it.

Breaking the Stereotype for Women in Sports

Nov 30, 2016 33:06

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On this week’s MindSide Podcast, we explore the challenges women commonly face in sports.  The challenges are not just the ones in the open, like blatant discrimination and sexism, but the understated biases that are pervasive throughout sports. For instance, does an athlete that cries on the sidelines get viewed differently if they are a male or female? Who would transfer to coaching men’s basketball better - Pat Summit or Geno Auremmia? Does the gender of the coach shift your judgment of their impact? The challenges are deeper than gender but about roles, experience, and perceived value in different settings. Open your mind and explore this topic this week.

How to Prevent Injuries in Gymnastics Before They Happen with Dr. Sloan Beard

Nov 23, 2016 47:48

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Dr. Sloan Beard attend Ball State University where she was a member of the gymnastics team. 17 years in the demanding sport led to numerous injuries.  In her professional career she began working with several gymnasts for injury-related care. Beard realized the need for interventions within a gymnast's program before injuries were to occur. With her background in TPI, Titleist Performance Institute, Dr. Sloan wanted something that could assist in gymnastics in the same manner that TPI works within golf. She designed a way to assess a gymnast on the front end, prescribe correctives that coordinated with the assessments and ultimately remove more variability in the injury process.  She founded  GymnastFix in the early months of 2016 and now assesses and teaches for different gymnastics programs implementing prehab protocols specific for their individual athletes. 

Dr. Sloan practices with her husband, Dr. Beau Beard, in Birmingham, Alabama at their clinic, The FARM: Functional Athletic Rehabilitation & Movement. She utilizes a very hands-on adjusting technique, and is well versed in myofascial release, kinesio taping, exercise prescription and sports rehabilitation.

Are You Allowing Ignorance in Your Life? Or Allowing People in Who Challenge You?

Nov 16, 2016 13:19

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Dr. Bhrett Mccabe is preparing for the release of his first book, The MindSide Manifesto.  In this week's podcast, he previews one chapter about the 5 people who should be in your life. Each of these people play a role that could help you grow, but don’t get these 5 confused with those who bring ignorance into your life.  Dr. Bhrett McCabe explains the difference in this week's podcast. 

Chad Metcalf, Former U.S. Navy Seal, Discusses Going All in for Your Goals

Nov 9, 2016 43:30

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In life many of us feel we are called for something. For some, it is to be a professional athlete, for others it might be leading a corporation. No matter what your calling is there are steps and sacrifices you must make to reach it. Chad Metcalf has learned that on his journey to reach two different callings. First becoming a Navy SEAL through the sacrifices it took in training and life to make that happen, and now  becoming a professional golfer. On this journey Chad says “the best trait I have learned is being an overcomer.” Listen to how he’s overcome the challenges along the way and about the lessons he has for those following a similar path.

Heart of a Champion with Jeff Swarr

Nov 2, 2016 44:22

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Jeff Swarr became emerged into the goal to win with every team he coached.  But what he learned was he was missing one thing, the heart of the game and the heart of challenges.  After taking a step back and looking at how he was competing he learned to compete from the heart, something he says is a long process.  Learning this led him to write, A Competitor’s Heart: 369 Days of Development.

Choices Matter with Former UAB Football Player, Timothy Alexander

Oct 26, 2016 30:27

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Timothy embarked on a bigger challenge in life. Timothy was in a horrific car accident, leaving him paralyzed from the neck down. In that accident, Timothy risked his life to save a 2-year old baby. From that point on Timothy was left to find his purpose in life while paralyzed. While beginning a new journey at Wallace State Community College, he learned to live independently and cope with society. After graduating from Wallace State Community College he enrolled at The University of Alabama at Birmingham, where he received a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and communication management (double major). Timothy Alexander left a major impact on UAB by becoming the first paraplegic to receive a football scholarship, runner-up for Mr. UAB and President of UAB athletic marketing known as “Gang Green.”  While working for “Gang Green” Timothy helped set 2 school attendance records while there. Timothy received the Student of Excellence Award because of his academic/athletic performance in and out the classroom. HE was also known for holding prayer gatherings, taking students to church twice a semester so that students could come together/pray and to help find their purpose in life.

Creating Your Own Manifesto

Oct 19, 2016 24:12

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Join Dr. Bhrett McCabe on The MindSide podcast as he shares with you some thoughts about not accepting the status quo and always surrounding yourself with the right keys and the right people for success. Dr. McCabe teases his upcoming book The MindSide Manifesto, and explains how it will help you achieve whatever you set your mind to by creating a clear and concise declaration of your goals, and then taking the necessary steps to achieve them.

Kent Stewart – Do Your Challenges in the Climb for Success Define You?

Oct 12, 2016 57:28

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Kent Stewart started climbing completely by accident when in 2006 him and his wife decided to attempt Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. That was all the taste of mountain climbing they needed. They embarked on an adventure to see if they could climb the Seven Summits – the highest peak on each of the seven continents.

Together, they summited the first five: Kilimanjaro in Africa, Elbrus in Europe, Vinson in Antarctica, Kosciuszko in Australia, and Aconcagua in South America with little more than a hiccup. They took on Mount McKinley (Denali) in Alaska, but failed on their first attempt. Kent went back and summited Denali solo in 2011. In 2013, he attempted to climb Mount Everest and complete the famed Seven Summits but was unsuccessful. He’s had 3 more attempts since then.  His podcast is one to challenge the way you set your goals in life.

Finding the Fight When the Cards Are Stacked Against You with UAB Associate A.D., Dan Carlson

Oct 5, 2016 55:37

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Dan Carlson joined UAB Athletics in October 2015 as the Senior Associate Athletic Director for Administration.  Carlson is a veteran administrator who has over 20 years experience working in intercollegiate athletics.

Carlson was driving to a friends home before heading off to college when a car ran his vehicle off the road.  The accident broke his back leaving him paralyzed.  After rehab he went to college, having to learn how to use his hands and write all over again.  

Carlson says one thing he learned, life changes and we have to adapt to those changes. 

Making the Switch with IKKOS Inventor, Sean Hutchison

Sep 28, 2016 50:15

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Olympic coach and IKKOS inventor Sean Hutchison wanted to help his athletes achieve their dreams. Recognizing that legendary athletes win because of specific, repeatable motions, he became driven to find a better way to teach movement. Devouring scientific literature on neuroplasticity and partnering with videographers, sound designers, neuroscientists, and other experts, he invented the unique IKKOS approach to movement learning.  Best of all, IKKOS gives people a deeper understanding of their own potential. There is nothing quite like the feelings of surprise, pride, and accomplishment people experience when they quickly master what they thought was impossible.

Inside the Mind of the Leader of the Game, the Quarterback with QB Country Founder, David Morris

Sep 21, 2016 37:13

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QB Country specializes in year around Quarterback Training & Development. We are currently training middle school, high school, College & NFL quarterbacks. QB Country offers specific quarterback training focusing on the proper footwork, throwing & body mechanics as well as the mental & physical aspects of playing the hardest position in sports. Our goal is to educate quarterbacks on how to play the QB position the correct way at game speed. find out more at qbcountry.com 

Dr. Mitch Abrams – Should athletes play angry? How much is too much?

Sep 14, 2016 45:20

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Sports and Forensic Psychologist, Dr. Mitch Abrams joins The Mindside Podcast this week.  Abrams is the author of Anger Management in Sport.  He’s also a leading expert in sexual assault and violence in athletes.  With questions over hits in the NFL being intentional it made us think, are they? Are athletes coming into the game with too much anger? How do they find balance? We explore that and more on The MindSide podcast.

Throwing it Around with Dr. Glenn Fleisig: Inside the Mind of a Pitcher’s Secret Weapon

Sep 7, 2016 40:16

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Dr. Glenn Fleisig is the research director of the prestigious American Sports Medicine Institute (ASMI) in Birmingham Alabama. Dr. Fleisig leads the team at ASMI that has conducted biomechanical pitching analyses on some of today’s most successful MLB pitchers. On this Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe dives into pitching and biomechanics with Fleising.

Into the Mind of Curious Coaches with Corey Lundberg

Aug 31, 2016 33:36

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This episode of the MindSide Podcast takes a deeper dive into the minds of Curious Coaches with Corey Lundberg. His Curious Coaches partner, Matt Wilson, was a previous guest on the podcast. He reviewed the mindset and motivations of what drives them to find answers. This week, we go deeper into the creative mind of one of the best young coaches in the country.

No Arms, No Legs, No Problem! with Former Paralympian, Bob Lujano

Aug 24, 2016 56:35

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Bob Lujano is a Quad Rugby Paralympics athlete and much more...he's an inspiration to those with disabilities and those who simply need a bit of inspiration to keep going when life gets difficult. Bob co-stared in the Hollywood Film “Murderball.”  He recently became an author with his book, No Arms, No Legs… No Problem!”  Bob is a quadruple amputee from a childhood disease.  But instead of letting that define him, he has gone on to great heights  academically, athletically and most importantly, in everyday living.  For more on Bob, visit his website www.boblujano.com.

Life Changing Decisions, with Danny Zahl

Aug 17, 2016 01:00:57

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Your entire life can change in a split-second by one decision. For a former LSU standout, his life changed the moment he tried to take his life. Instead of dying, his life changed with 49 surgeries and days of wondering “what if.”  Now, Danny Zahl is hoping to help teach others the signs of a person screaming out for help.

The Mind of an Olympian, with Eddy Alvarez

Aug 10, 2016 28:08

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Eddy Alvarez is an American short track speed skater who represented the United States at the 2014 Winter Olympics.  That isn’t Eddy’s only accomplishment.  He’s also a professional baseball player for The Birmingham Barons, a minor league affiliate for the Chicago White Sox. He took to roller skating at the age of 5 and began speed skating at 7 years old.  In high school, Alvarez took a break from skating to focus on his love for baseball which earned him a college scholarship.  Now he’s able to live out both his dreams, an Olympic Speed Skater and a Professional Baseball Player.

The Mindside of Those in Blue: Balancing the Personal and Professional Strain to Provide a World of Safety

Aug 3, 2016 41:51

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In the last few months, it’s become something we are hearing on a regular basis, a police officer shot and killed.  Last month, 3 officers were ambushed in Baton Rouge and 10 in Dallas, and there were others.  The stress of the job is unreal, and yet, those in blue continue to answer the call day in and day out. Their families worry about the dangers, but they continue to face the great challenges as part of their calling. Former Major League baseball player and LSU baseball legend, Sgt. John O’Donoghue has served his community for over 15 years and shares his perspective about the stress he faces and how it compares to facing the best hitters in the world. He shares how you train in pressure to prepare for pressure, on the diamond and when carrying shield. With all that is going on in the world today, this podcast gives a rare glimpse in to the heart and soul of those in the blue. 

Inside the Mind of Curious Coaches: The Interest, the Drive, and the Search for Knowledge with Matt Wilson

Jul 27, 2016 39:27

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A native of Toronto, Ontario and a graduate of Long Island University, Matt Wilson is the Director of Instruction at La Rinconada Country Club in Los Gatos, California and the co-founder of Curious Coaches. Matt specializes in creating and executing comprehensive elite player development programs.

The Spark, The Passion, and The Formula: How Seeing the Game Differently Changes the Game

Jul 20, 2016 01:01:49

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Scott Fawcett’s golf career has been nothing short of unique. 
He graduated in 1996 from Texas A&M University, notching one victory. Upon graduation he briefly joined the workforce before deciding to pursue his dream of playing professional golf. During his initial professional golf stint Scott won twice on the NGA Hooters Tour, played in the 1999 U.S. Open, and won ten other mini-tour events.    In 2001 Scott was sidelined with a shoulder injury. During his downtime he almost accidently started an electricity company when Texas deregulated its market. He spent the next six years working full-time and playing very little golf. In 2008, Scott was filled with renewed enthusiasm, and more importantly, time, and thus decided to get his game in shape for a run at elite amateur golf.    As a formerly great ball-striker Scott decided to focus his practice time on putting and mindset. He knew that improvement in those areas were all it would take him to become a world-class amateur. That summer he had several strong finishes in a limited schedule. The highlight was an opening nine 29 at the U.S. Mid-Amateur Championships, setting the USGA nine hole scoring record.    Then the fun started, again. On somewhat of a bet Scott entered that year’s PGA Tour Qualifying Tournament as a 35 year-old amateur. He became only the second amateur to make it to Final Stage, and remains the oldest by 13 years! He spent the next three years playing part-time professional golf which it turns out isn’t as easy as it sounds with a full-time job and a newborn at home.   In 2014, armed with his amateur status again, Scott decided to gear up for another run at amateur golf. This time he decided to use his math, economics, and poker background to “solve” golf strategy. He combined TrackMan data with PGA Tour scoring statistics to create a system to easily optimize target selection during a round.    This is what led to the creation of the DECADE Course Management Seminar. The target selection system Scott used while caddying is taught in great detail in one afternoon. Using innovative technologies the seminar distills decades of experience into one concise lecture. It covers almost everything there is to know about playing golf at the highest levels. Scott’s unique background gave him the idea that proper course management not only could be taught in a classroom setting, it should be! No clubs = no emotions. Just unencumbered learning.   For more, visit www.playinglesson.com 

Separating Reality: The Mental Struggles of Telling Someone's Story

Jul 13, 2016 50:05

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Lars Anderson is a Senior Writer at Bleacher Report. He’s also an instructor of Journalism at The University of Alabama and a contributor to the SEC Network. Lars is a New York Times best selling author. He travels the world meeting people and telling their stories. He listens to stories of heartache, triumph, and failure. He then tells their stories in a way that allows readers to feel the same emotions he had while conducting the interviews, and these are interviews that can leave you heartbroken and asking how those things happened to such amazing people.

Through the Mind of an Official with Steve Shaw

Jul 6, 2016 36:25

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They are the deciding factor of a touchdown or interception, but what is it really like inside the mind of an Official? Are there tricks to slowing down the game mentally? Is there a right mindset before calling a big game? The SEC Director of Officials, Steve Shaw, shares some insight with us on this week's MindSide Podcast with Dr. Bhrett McCabe.

The Workout Mindset of a Pro

Jun 29, 2016 36:40

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You hear it all the time: "I’m just not feeling the gym today."  The pros don’t have that option.  How do they develop a mind set that keeps them pushing through day after day? Director of Sports Performance at Traction Sports, Kolby Tullier joins us to explain what he tells his clients. 

Developing the Mindset of a Pro

Jun 22, 2016 38:03

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Dr. Greg Cartin is a leading psychologist among players on the PGA Tours and developmental tours due to his work on his approach and insight into the high performers mind. From the principles of mindfulness, Dr. Cartin deepens the understanding with each player and shares his insights of working for the world’s best

The Long Toss From The Field to Life with Alan Jaeger

Jun 15, 2016 48:42

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Many of the best pitchers who have not gotten injured in their career partake in long-toss for a number of reasons. One man with knowledge pitchers are learning from, Alan Jaeger, founder of Jaeger Sports. Jaeger believes the mental skills athletes develop can help them be successful on the field.  He has spent several years coaching and writing books to help others. For more on Alan Jaeger, visit jaegersports.com.

Finding Mastery with Dr. Michael Gervais

Jun 8, 2016 49:16

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks with Dr. Michael Gervais. Gervais serves director of DISC’s High Performance Psychology. As a California licensed psychologist specializing in high performance, he works in the trenches of high-stakes environments, where there is no luxury for mistakes, hesitation, or failure to respond. For more visit www.michaelgervais.com. Enjoy!

 

Two Strangers Joined by One Thing, an Organ Donation

Jun 1, 2016 46:37

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On this week's MindSide Podcast with Dr. Bhrett McCabe, bodybuilder Greg Hasberry and Bob Kuykendell join us.  Greg was on a waiting list for a kidney when Bob heard his story.  Not knowing Greg, Bob decided to see if he was a match… the rest has changed so many lives.  For more on Organ Donation, visit www.organdonor.gov. Enjoy the podcast!

Rules of Engagement for Coaches

May 25, 2016 20:44

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks to the MindSide's Meighan Julbert about the proper rules of engagement for coaches.

Bestselling Author and Inspirational Speaker Jon Gordon

May 18, 2016 36:07

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks to bestselling author and inspiration speaking Jon Gordon.

Train Under Pressure to Know How to Fight in the Pressure

May 11, 2016 46:56

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What's it like to be ready for the pressure-packed moment when life and death is on the line? On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks to NAVY fighter pilot Kevin Dye.

Preparing for New Challenges in Life

May 4, 2016 41:47

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks to Nic Drezins about the challenges of starting a new chapter in life.

The Fighter in the Fight: Dealing with Trauma and Struggle

Apr 27, 2016 15:10

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe focuses on the response to the storms that hit central Alabama onApril 27th, 2011. He delves into how to deal with trauma and struggle.

Training Elite Athletes and Balancing That When You Are an Elite Athlete

Apr 20, 2016 28:24

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks to athletic fitness guru Robbie Cannon, who has worked with some of the top golfers and athletes in the world. Dr. McCabe talks to him about his philosophy of training and how to implement it as an elite athlete.

Noah Galloway on Transitioning from Combat to Fatherhood to Stardom

Apr 13, 2016 56:51

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe is joined by Noah Galloway. Noah lost an arm and leg in combat.  He battled with depression before using fitness to overcome it. The "Dancing with the Stars" cast member is now preparing for "American Grit" and learning how to inspire others along the way.

Lanny Bassham: The Man Behind With Winning in Mind

Apr 6, 2016 39:21

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks to Olympic gold medalist and author of "With Winning in Mind" Lanny Bassham.

Entry Into the Field with Meighan Julbert

Mar 30, 2016 32:56

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks with the MindSide's own Meighan Julbert about entering the field of sports psychology.

One foot in Front of the Other, Running through life

Mar 23, 2016 29:36

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe is joined by Jennifer Andress, an athlete who is a runner, mom, and wife. Five years ago, she was on the cover of Runners World Magazine. She was featured because of her fight with Breast Cancer and how running allowed her to get through it.

The Psychological Aspects of Injuries

Mar 16, 2016 20:13

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For athletes, physical injuries can be a frustrating part of performance. On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks about how to deal with injuries and recovery from a psychological perspective.

The Mental Challenges of Surviving Tragedy

Mar 9, 2016 39:28

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe is joined by Cody Cothron, a Hoover Firefighter who on March 13th will suit up in his gear for the New York City Firefighter Stair Climb.

The Josh Foster Story: How MindSet Changes Everything

Mar 2, 2016 49:11

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe is joined by Josh Foster, a wheelchair body builder.  A few years ago, he was in a car accident where he broke his back.  After going to rehab, he never asked “why me?”  Instead, he has learned to make the best out of life and is preparing to compete for his pro card in body building.

Is America’s Past-Time America’s Mental Game?

Feb 24, 2016 39:39

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks about the state of the game of baseball in America with the director of broadcasting for the Birmingham Barons, Curt Bloom.

Excellence On and Off the Field with Dr. Eddy Furniss

Feb 17, 2016 36:48

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe discusses excellence on and off the field with Dr. Eddy Furniss.

The Amphitheater of Sports and Life

Feb 15, 2016 21:39

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe and Dr. Josh Klapow continue the Amphitheater of Sports and Life series by discussing the reintroduction of allegations against Peyton Manning.

Understanding Sensation Seeking with Dr. Ken Carter

Feb 10, 2016 40:18

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks to Dr. Ken Carter about sensation seeking.

The Amphitheater of Sports and Life

Feb 8, 2016 22:23

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe and Dr. Josh Klapow continue the Amphitheater of Sports and Life series by discussing where the game of baseball is in America today.

The Mental Push for Success

Feb 3, 2016 34:57

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks to broadcaster, writer Rachel Baribeau about the mental push for success.

The Amphitheater of Sports and Life

Feb 1, 2016 18:00

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe and Dr. Josh Klapow continue the Amphitheater of Sports and Life series by discussing the psychology of young football players making their college decisions on National Signing Day.

Application of Sports Psychology at the Elite Development Level with Angus Mugford

Jan 27, 2016 39:53

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks about the application of sports psychology at the elite developmental level with Angus Mugford.

Concussion Management with Dr. Joe Ackerson

Jan 20, 2016 34:40

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks to Dr. Joe Ackerson about concussions and head injuries in sports.

MMA and National Championship Psychology with Eryk Anders

Jan 13, 2016 44:18

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks to former Alabama linebacker and current MMA fighter Eryk Anders.

The Amphitheater of Life and Sports

Jan 11, 2016 15:43

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe and Dr. Josh Klapow talk about sustaining the motivation and willpower to make big changes in life.

Kicking Performance Pressure

Jan 6, 2016 39:53

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks to 17-year NFL veteran Al DelGreco about kicking under pressure, playing in the Super Bowl and more.

The Amphitheater of Sports

Jan 4, 2016 13:55

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe and Dr. Josh Klapow start the new year by talking about setting goals and developing the mindset to make them happen.

Introducing Meighan Julbert

Dec 3, 2015 25:12

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe introduces Meighan Julbert.

Leadership VIP

Nov 18, 2015 37:02

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe is joined by Matt Morse and Brett Basham to talk about Leadership VIP.

The Amphitheater of Sports

Nov 16, 2015 33:41

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe and Dr. Josh Klapow team up for the fifth installment of the MindSide's Amphitheater of Sports series.

Navy SEAL to PGA Tour: The Journey of Chad Metcalf

Nov 12, 2015 55:58

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On this Veterans Day edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks to former Navy SEAL and current pro golfer Chad Metcalf.

The Amphitheater of Sports

Nov 10, 2015 31:13

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe and Dr. Josh Klapow team up for the fourth installment of the MindSide's Amphitheater of Sports series. Today, they discuss the Greg Hardy situation in the NFL.

Body Image with Erinn Dooley

Nov 4, 2015 39:52

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks about body image with longtime NCAA gymnastics coach Erinn Dooley.

The Amphitheater of Sports

Nov 3, 2015 34:38

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe and Dr. Josh Klapow team up for the third installment of the MindSide's Amphitheater of Sports series.

The Coaching/Parenting Dynamic

Oct 23, 2015 55:10

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks about the coaching/parenting dynamic.

The Amphitheater of Sports

Oct 21, 2015 42:28

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe and Dr. Josh Klapow team up for the second installment of the MindSide's Amphitheater of Sports series.

Anger Schmanger

Oct 15, 2015 18:44

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks about anger in sports and the proper use of it.

The Science of NeuroCognitive Motor Control

Oct 7, 2015 45:44

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks to Dr. Scott Wylie about the science of neurocognitive motor control.

Introducing The Amphitheater of Sports

Oct 5, 2015 41:10

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe is joined by Dr. Josh Klapow to introduce a new feature called the Amphitheater of Sports.

The Neurocognitive Processing of Athletes with Sports Sense

Sep 30, 2015 40:44

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks to Dr. Brandon Ally about the neurocognitive processing of athletes with Sports Sense.

The Three Motivations

Sep 23, 2015 12:48

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks about the three main motivations that guide us.

The Transfer of Blame

Sep 16, 2015 17:39

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks about the epidemic of blame in sports and society.

The Adverse Power of Urgency

Sep 2, 2015 18:10

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Can a sense of urgency sometimes be a bad thing? On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe looks at urgency and how it can work against you.

Developing Excellence with Tony Ruggerio

Aug 26, 2015 29:01

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks about developing excellence with Tony Ruggiero, the director of instruction at the Country Club of Mobile.

The MindSide of Championship Cheerleading

Aug 12, 2015 33:17

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe dives into the world of championship cheerleading with Alabama coed cheerleading coach Brian Groeschell.

The Fear of Success

Jul 29, 2015 18:24

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks about the reality of fearing success.

The World of Lance Gill

Jul 15, 2015 35:56

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks to Lance Gill, co-director of the Titleist Performance Institute.

The Glassman Cometh

Jul 8, 2015 45:45

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks to golf strenght and conditioning specialist and podcast sensation Jason Glass.

Hoop Thoughts with Bob Starkey

Jul 1, 2015 35:35

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks with Texas A&M assistant basketball coach Bob Starkey.

The Four Bases

Jun 26, 2015 14:27

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks through the four bases of personal development.

Creating Balance-From Stress Management to High Pressure Situations with Dr. Craig Greene

Jun 17, 2015 28:19

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks to Dr. Craig Greene about balance in your professional life and everyday life.

Your Lin, Myelin, We All Lin

Jun 10, 2015 43:36

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On this spisode of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe is joined by Dr. Ed Roberts to discuss how the brain responds to motor changes.

An Examination of Deliberate Practice

Jun 3, 2015 38:33

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks to Dr. Brooke MacNamara about deliberate practice.

Dealing with the Media

May 28, 2015 46:01

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks to reporter and broadcaster Tom Annino about the complexities of dealing with the media for today's athletes.

How Dare They Tell Me How to Raise My Kids

May 21, 2015 25:01

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On this edition of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe explains why it's ridiculous for parents to be told how they can and cannot raise their kids.

The Secrets of Motor Learning with Expert Dr. Tim Lee

May 13, 2015 44:39

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On this episode of the MindSide Poscast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe explores the secrets of motor learning with Dr. Tim Lee.

10,000 Hours or One Right Way?

Apr 29, 2015 49:46

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On this episode of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks to Trillium Rose, the director of instruction at Woodmont Country Club in Maryland, about motorlearning.

You Are Your Own Worst Enemy

Apr 22, 2015 27:21

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On this episode of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe explains why you can sometimes be your biggest enemy.

The Drive For More

Apr 15, 2015 34:09

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Why is it so difficult to repeat a success? On this episode of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe takes a look at why it's so challenging to repeat and gives the keys to being consistent.

Nutrition is A Key to High Performance

Apr 8, 2015 35:57

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On this episode of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe begins a series with nutritionist Brandon Booth focusing on best practices for athletes when it comes to getting nutrients and hydration.

Pressure from the Inside

Apr 1, 2015 34:08

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On this episode of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks with surgeon and SWAT doc Dr. Chris Kahn about facing pressure from the inside.

The Power of Adversity & How You Can Grow from It

Mar 25, 2015 19:21

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Are you experiencing adversity? Listen as Dr. Bhrett McCabe talks about how to use adverse situations to your advantage.

The Dangers of Overspecialization - LET THEM PLAY!!!!!

Mar 18, 2015 33:29

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On this episode of the Mindside Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe interviews World Series champion Major League Baseball player David Dellucci about the dangers of overspecialization and how to introduce your kids to a variety of sports, positions, and experiences. 

When Is Your Big Break?

Mar 11, 2015 31:00

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On this episode of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe interviews "Big Break" contestant Zach Portemont.

Coaching Development

Mar 4, 2015 27:50

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On this episode of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe discusses the keys to successful coaching development.

The Start of Failure

Feb 25, 2015 25:08

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On this episode of the MindSide Podcast, Dr. Bhrett McCabe introduces the series and discusses the start of failure.