The Gymterpod – Episode 1 is FREE.
The first episode of The Gymternet’s tie-in podcast, The Gymterpod!
Future episodes will be available for a $5 monthly subscription via Patreon.
00:00 – Intro
04:50 – Sunisa Lee’s Bars Upgrades
07:10 –Jennifer Gadirova’s Upgrades
13:30 – Amy Tinkler Retired
15:38 – Aly Raisman Officially Retired
19:43 – Laney Madsen is Training to 2024
24:33 – Isabela Onyshko to Stanford
26:20 – Melbourne World Cup Roster Announced
29:00 – RD761 Junior International Cup Recap
32:05 – Mini Explanation of My Pronunciations
33:31 – Finishing up the RD761 Recap
33:56 – Preview of Next Weekend’s Meets
36:51 – You Asked, The Gymternet Answered*
Listen HERE – Gymterpod – Episode 1
I was a guest on the best Gymnastics audiocast in the Universe. A good show, I thought.
Nina, Simone, Yulo, Max, and Colak Ibrahim, Turkey’s first ever Worlds medal.
Men’s FX, PH and Rings. Women’s Vault and Bars. Could anyone dethrone Simone and Nina? Did Jessica and Spencer emotionally survive …
LISTEN – EVENT FINALS DAY 1
Nick was recently interviewed on the SHIFT podcast. Good information for all competitive coaches.
Nile’s one of the most popular Gymnastic vloggers. Some of his videos have more than a million views.
NEW in July was adding an audiocast. His co-host is father Neil so the parent’s perspective is well represented.
Episode 5 is a good interview with Nick Ruddock. Listen online or subscribe via iTunes.
The Gymnasticsville podcast previews USA Championships.
If you don’t listen religiously, the BIG news is that GymCastic has gone from once a week to twice a week.
Episode 374 provides a history of the audiocast — how Jessica O’Beirne launched it with zero podcasting experience. Recall that Tim Daggett was the first guest, an excellent interview.
We learned that Spencer watches Gymnastics routines all day every day. So we don’t have to. He’ll find the highlights.
We learned that Uncle Tim is still involved with social media for @GymCastic.
If you blinked and missed USAG’s hiring and firing of Professor Edward Nyman as its full-time sports medicine and science director — a new position — Jessica has got you covered.
Another hire where vetting was bungled.
The podcast reviews two other recent issues:
- Terin Humphrey posting and defending a dumb, wrong meme on Facebook. Terin was was a member of the selection committee that chose women’s teams for the 2012 and 2016 Olympics.
- Mary Lou Retton‘s recent TV appearance. Recall that Mary Lou lobbied against Protecting Young Victims from Sexual Abuse and Safe Sport Authorization Act as a USAG Board Member. Happily it was signed into law February 14, 2018. Mary Lou seems still in denial that children were abused.
In addition was new CEO Li Li Leung’s wrong statement that gymnasts who saw the criminal doctor with their coach were safe. Leung did later apologize.
D0 you listen to the Region 5 Insider podcast?
As a sample, check out episode #6.
In this episode we look at one of the most important aspects of sport performance and participation…. Motivation.
We talk about strategies to help set up a culture in your gym to drive and sustain motivation through the training year. There are many different motivational strategies and each athlete is motivated differently. We discuss many different ways to enhance motivation and make the daily grind of training and competition fun. Creating a culture of excellence in your gym and develop a plan for keeping the energy and excitement toward your goals both individual and team helps to keep motivation high.
Whitney Snowden former Head Optional Coach at Cincinnati Gymnastics joins us to give her perspective on motivation and what has worked well for her in the past.
Listen online. Or subscribe via iTunes.
In 2019 it’s easy to follow 80+ teams in women’s collegiate gymnastics.
That’s not always the case for the Men. In fact, for some meets it’s challenging even to find LIVE scores online. ☹️
Stick it Media posted some tips:
To follow the action, you have to know when the meets are happening, so bookmark Road to Nationals.
… site has all the schedules and results in one handy, interactive place, along with a link to the CGA website (which has recaps of each week’s action).
http://collegegymnews.com/ also has some men’s coverage.
Like/follow your favorite teams (or all of them) on Facebook and follow them on Twitter. Check their official websites for links to live scoring. A twitter account is highly recommended if you want to get the most of following men’s NCAA gymnastics online. Many teams put up Facebook Live streams at the last minute, so following on FB/twitter is a great way to get notified about the streams. Following on Twitter gives access to scores/lineups in real time. Both FB and Twitter are good (read mostly only) sources for videos.
Links to NCAA/GymACT social media are all HERE
Subscribe to this list to get all the Twitter feeds in one place – great for meet day and following lineups/scores in real time.
I’d add a recommendation to follow Gymnasticsville and listen to their podcast. This is the best coverage I’ve seen so far this season.
Season 2 of I Have Cool Friends is up and running.
Of dozens of new Katelyn Ohashi interviews to check out, this one with Sam Peszek is definitely the best. I learned a lot. Katelyn’s got BIG dreams.
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