The Youth Sport Podcast With Rianna Poskin
Rianna with Dr. Julie Stamm on Concussions,Contact Sports and Keeping Kids Brains Safe

Rianna with Dr. Julie Stamm on Concussions,Contact Sports and Keeping Kids Brains Safe

August 5, 2021

Dr. Julie Stamm joins me on The Youth Sport Podcast to discuss her research on repeated head impacts in youth sport and her new book "The Brain on Youth Sports" - The Science, The Myths, and The Future: https://www.juliestamm.com/book

Dr. Stamm has a unique perspective when it comes to youth sport as she was a multi sport youth athlete, she is a certified Athletic Trainer, she is a Doctor in Anatomy and Neurobiology and an avid sports fan. Her message is to encourage kids to play sport as much as possible while making smart changes in youth sport at critical times in order to keep kids safe.

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Rianna with Goncalo Marques on The Power Of Play, How To Motivate and Psychotherapy in Sport

Rianna with Goncalo Marques on The Power Of Play, How To Motivate and Psychotherapy in Sport

April 22, 2021

On this episode of The Youth Sport Podcast I chat with Goncalo Marques who is on a journey to help athletes, sports coaches, and parents better understand and exploit what's in their sport to enhance performance! This episode focused around "The Power of Play"!

Through Goncalo's training in Integrative and Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy he has researched many important topics that we discuss: inspiring youth when they've become uninterested, coaching with love, compassion and empathy, instilling humility, normalizing failure, and more!

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Rianna with Dean Bryan on Anti Asian Racism in sport, Coaching Minority Kids, and Coaches impact

Rianna with Dean Bryan on Anti Asian Racism in sport, Coaching Minority Kids, and Coaches impact

April 15, 2021

On this episode of The Youth Sport Podcast Dean and I discuss his story growing up in a diverse area and then moving to where he was the only minority kid in his school. He discusses how his coaches didn't think there were any racial issues in their program not knowing what Dean's experience was growing up. We discuss how to help a kid overcome adversity, to put in the hard work in order to see the success that comes with it...even if it comes years after the work. Dean now works with kids in Strength and Conditioning and he's helping shape the next generation of amazing athletes and people through his business at "The Grind"

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Rianna with Dr. Jim Taylor on Toxicity in Youth Sport, Sport Psychology and Youth Sport Success

Rianna with Dr. Jim Taylor on Toxicity in Youth Sport, Sport Psychology and Youth Sport Success

April 8, 2021

"We want mental wellness, not mental hell-ness!" - Dr. Taylor

This episode on The Youth Sport Podcast was great in so many ways. The reality of becoming an elite athlete and becoming a pro is often lost on misguided parents and coaches. Dr. Jim Taylor has been working with elite athletes, researched and taught Sport Psychology, has created countless resources to help parents and kids along their sport journey, as well speaks publicly to sport groups and schools about how to create the best sport environment for upcoming athletes.

His stories will shake up your reality and also offer some perspective on how we're operating and how we could benefit from taking a step back and re-evaluating our coaching and parenting philosophies.

Dr. Jim Taylor has many free resources to help you along your sport journey which can be found on his website, www.drjimtaylor.com

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Rianna with Desiree Markovich on US Women’s Rugby, overcoming trauma with sport and impacting young women

Rianna with Desiree Markovich on US Women’s Rugby, overcoming trauma with sport and impacting young women

April 1, 2021

From not playing Rugby until her 20's to playing on the USA Rugby National team! Desiree Markovich shares her journey as a young multi sport kid to finding her community and passion in Rugby!

Desiree had to overcome 2 major deaths in her life back to back which led a lot of suffering. The game of Rugby and the people in the Rugby community helped her work through those losses in order to get back on track. We discuss how sport and coaches can help with kids dealing with life issues. We discuss the long road ahead for women in professional sports. We discuss how a coach can make an impact on a kid and how Rugby is a great outlet for young women.

Desiree has an incredible story, I hope you enjoy it!

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Rianna with Chris Hardill on being a professional hockey goalie, living with a billet family and sport careers after playing

Rianna with Chris Hardill on being a professional hockey goalie, living with a billet family and sport careers after playing

March 25, 2021

What's it like to be a hockey goalie taking shots at 100mph? Chris Hardill tells me all about it! Chris left home in his teenage years to pursue his hockey dream. We talk about what it was like to live with a billet family and the life lessons he learned.

Chris had the privilege to play in the Ontario Hockey League with the Ottawa 67’s, Kingston Frontenacs and the Barrie Colts. He has helped teams scout goalies and he's done work in broadcasting. We discuss how sport opens the door to networking and work within the game after retirement.

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Rianna with Sylvie Tetrault on working with the pros and how youth athletes can Fuel, Train and Recover

Rianna with Sylvie Tetrault on working with the pros and how youth athletes can Fuel, Train and Recover

March 18, 2021

From being a youth athlete, to working with the pros, Sylvie Tetrault joins me on The Youth Sport Podcast. Sylvie is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist and Strength and Conditioning Coach. 

On this episode we talk about Sylvie's love of Rugby, her work with professional athletes and how youth sport coaches can simply add in conversations around food, training and recovery with their youth athletes. It was a great chat!

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Rianna with Stephanie Daniel on teaching and coaching elementary school kids and how sport can help us in a new community

Rianna with Stephanie Daniel on teaching and coaching elementary school kids and how sport can help us in a new community

March 11, 2021

Stephanie Daniel is an elementary school physical educator. Stephanie played Division 2 NCAA Soccer at California University of Pa and has been coaching and teaching ever since. Stephanie's story is unique in that she moved with her family all over the place due to her husband's military assignments. Sport helped her with each move as she would coach and join teams in order to be a part of the community. This conversation is about how sport can not only help a young person meet friends and feel included, it's how adults can as well! This episode is about the power of play!

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Rianna with Omar McPherson on racism in sport, being an international athlete, grace and understanding

Rianna with Omar McPherson on racism in sport, being an international athlete, grace and understanding

March 4, 2021

I'd like to thank Omar McPherson for having a serious conversation with me about many things in this chat, but especially, our main topic: racism in sport.

Omar has a really cool story about coming to the United States from Clarendon, Jamaica to pursue his love of soccer and to get an education. Omar played soccer at California University of PA, coached and worked at Cal and now coaches youth soccer in the State of California!

I listened to our conversation a few times after the fact, because each time I did, I picked up on something new that Omar said. I really hope that this episode inspires you to go and have your own conversation about how we can make an impact on youth athletes, and have, as Omar puts it, "exponential" positive change in their environment.

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Rianna with Bridget Durkin Laird on NCAA Division 1 soccer, social and emotional learning, and empathy in coaching

Rianna with Bridget Durkin Laird on NCAA Division 1 soccer, social and emotional learning, and empathy in coaching

February 25, 2021

Bridget Durkan Laird is the CEO of an amazing program for at risk kids called "Wings for Kids"

On this episode of The Youth Sport Podcast we explore Social and Emotional Learning as a way to help kids find success in life!

Bridget was an NCAA Division 1 starter and captain of her North Carolina State Women's Soccer team. Bridget has learned many tools from her athletic years that she applies to the work that she does today.

I would love for you to have a listen so that you have a chance to learn what Social and Emotion learning is, and how you can use it to make a huge impact with kids today!

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