Julie Boyer is a local emergency medical doctor and Super Sports Mom. She is the mom of 3 athletic children and is a bit of a local hockey legend herself.
Today we talk very respectfully about what Julie has learned in her years as a parent and a coach and one thing you can do that she wished she had done more of.
We delve into the role of coaches in the development of the athlete and how to handle tryouts from the parents perspective as it is not the same as the kids perspective. She share 2 very revealing stories of triumph after being cut from a team.
In today’s winning culture we are tasked with figuring out what truly is a win because it is not always what we see on the scoreboard. A winning mentality can start with what you put in your body and we have your sports nutrition covered here at Eat This for Performance. The research on vitamin D is showing very strong evidence that supplementation may be an important part of many diets. Go to https://et4p.com/vitamind-course to get all of the current information that you can be using to make supplementation decisions.
Yes, You… did you listen to the latest episode?
The SSM Podcast is a place for everyone in the family to get support and insight into the world of sports.
Your host, Pearle Nerenberg, takes you on adventures in equipping athletes for a great sports performance.
Here you will learn, laugh, and feel compelled to share in the great journey that it is to be in sport.
Pearle is a veteran university level athlete, coach, and now a mom of 2 young children.
It all started with an injury and through this injury Julie Felbar finds yoga. In this interview we review how yoga can be a game changer for athletes. Julie is the owner of yoga 4 hockey (yoga4hockey.com).
She discusses the importance of discerning between the different types of yoga, she clears up that there are 2 qualities to absolutely look for in your sports yoga specialist, and she reviews the 2 ways athletes can use yoga today to improve their game today.
We both agree you should not wait until you are injured to take action. Learn from us! Injuries happen when you do not take care of your body and we have some new science to share with you that could help you take care of your body better along with a functional training program that includes yoga. It’s more fun than you know! Hop on over to et4p.com/gelatin-course and grab our mini-course on gelatin. We purposely hide our mini-courses as they are reserved for the members of our Champions sports nutrition coaching program, so take advantage of our gift, it’s priced at $11 to make sure you can get this valuable tool for a fraction of the price of a private professional session. Again, that is et4p.com/gelatin-course.
In this interview we delve into some key areas in injury, the mindset of injury and what you could be doing to overcome injury and get back to playing your sport. We also tackle Maria's expert area and talk about the important things a new hockey goalie parent could be doing for their child. Advice #1, is a mistake to be sure to avoid!
Maria Mountain, MSc is a full-time strength coach, speaker and goalie training consultant. She is the founder of GoalieTrainingPro.com, the leading authority for effective, scientifically supported off-ice training that actually helps goalies like you, perform better on the ice.
She has helped goalies at every level from AA, Jr, ECHL, European Pro, Adult League, AHL and the NHL play to their potential, win more games and experience fewer injuries. She’s the one goalie coaches call when they need the right off-ice exercises to help goalies move the way they need to move on the ice.
This episode also marks the launch of our new mini course on injury prevention, it's going to be goodie. Check out Amazing Joint Strength with Gelatin mini course, go to https://et4p.com/gelatin-course!
Lindsay Grinevitch is a real mom sports mom who is walking the walk.
Today we get to hear Lindsay's #1 advice for new sports moms (hint, hint, we loooove her advice here at Eat This for Performance) and she shares with us how and when to look at functional training in youth sports from an expert perspective.
Lindsay holds a Bachelor of Physical Education and Recreation from the University of Alberta and is an active member of the Canadian Society of Exercise Physiology as a certified personal trainer (CPT) with 8 years experience in the field of exercise science. She currently offers personal/group fitness training through the Bonnyville Centennial Centre as a contract fitness trainer, as well as mobile training services.
Of note to her local hockey community, Lindsay will be offering youth hockey off ice strength and conditioning training for 11/12 & 13/14 year old athletes this spring/summer.
Lindsay practices Holistic Nutrition coaching and is the co founder of the wellness coaching business Health Refresh. Find Lindsay at Health Refresh on FB and @health.refresh on Instagram.
On today's episode we delve into a sports philosophy Peter Dale coined called Farmtology. On his 51/2 acre farm in Wisconsin Peter coaches the athletes who dare to be great how to be farm tough and live by Farmtology. It's true that we all need a good coach in our lives at some point and Peter stands out as a great coach. We had the pleasure of hearing him speak about key topics like communication within families, creating self-confidence, and a favorite success story from one of his farm tough athletes. For more info on Peter Dale please go to www.farmtoughhockey.com. As always, I thank you for listening and do make sure to rate the podcast so more people can learn about Peter!
- Pearle Nerenberg, founder of the only performance diet, Eat This for Performance (www.et4p.com)
Rob Galatiuk is the owner of Coast 2 Coast Player Development, a place for hockey players to take their game to the college level. On today's episode he breaks down the important first steps you need to take if you are thinking of playing college in the US. In the second half of the episode we discuss at what age it would be good to start actively looking for opportunities in college sport.
Rob grew up playing hockey in Manitoba/Saskatchewan, Canada. He played his junior hockey in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League for the Melfort Mustangs, where his team made it to finals in the Royal Bank Cup, but came up short. During his junior career Rob was ranked one of the top goaltenders in Junior A hockey across Canada. Rob earned a full scholarship to Lake Superior State University. He played pro hockey in the Central Hockey League for Oklahoma City, San Antonio, Corpus Christi and Odessa. Rob had a couple of short stints in the American Hockey League for San Antonio and Houston.
For more support on your road to college hockey go check out www.coast2coastpd.com.
Hey Hey! In 2019 I have a vision I want to share with you. It's both personal and for you. I love sharing this vision because it means that you get one step closer to your vision of yourself. What is that vision by the way? If you have a listen and feel like sharing your 2019 goals we'd love to hear them. My name is Pearle Nerenberg and I am the owner and founder of Eat This for Performance (www.et4p.com) and we are the creators of the SSM podcast! Enjoy the show & much success in 2019!