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The definitive resource to help you navigate your way to play college level sports. Hosted by Chris LeGates and Mark Franco - the podcast will cover the various issues that face student-athletes and their parents as they prepare to take their sport to the next level. Guests will include, but not be limited to, college coaches, trainers, recruiters & sports psychologists covering all college sports.
 
Renowned academic counselor and “Last Chance U” star Brittany Wagner hosts Sharpen Up, a podcast that inspires, energizes and educates. If you don’t know this southern, single mom yet - then hold on - she’s the wise mentor, helpful advisor, and judgement-free friend we all need. Brittany gained recognition from the Netflix original series “Last Chance U,” where she was the academic advisor to a prolific junior college football team. She changed the lives of student-athletes by believing in t ...
 
Our vision is to see a Christ follower on every sports team at UC Berkeley who is equipped to share their testimony and the gospel. We will develop a culture of discipleship: winning athletes over to Christ, building them up in their faith, and sending them out after graduation with a desire to fulfill the Great Commission wherever they are and whatever they are doing. We will affirm the God given gifts that each of us possess while growing in authentic community, hunger for the Word, and lo ...
 
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We interview Alison Foley of Foley Athletic Advisors about her head coaching career at Boston College, her latest book, "The Elusive Full Ride Scholarship", and a host of other topics that will help student-athletes during this quarantine period.저자 Chris LeGates & Mark Franco ~ Blogger | Podcaster
 
We interview Nina Sossamon-Pogue who recently wrote; This is NOT 'The END': Strategies to Get Through the Worst Chapters of Your Life. We also discuss the importance of resiliency and how student-athletes can face adversity in life as well as competition.저자 Chris LeGates & Mark Franco ~ Blogger | Podcaster
 
We interview Coronado High School coach (and elementary school teacher), Kurt Hines. With over 20+ years of coaching experience, Hines has developed a message of positivity and motivation. We thoroughly enjoyed our time with coach Hines - we are certain you will find value from listening.저자 Chris LeGates & Mark Franco ~ Blogger | Podcaster
 
In this conversation with Dr. Steven Waite, we talk about how he got his start in running, his doctoral research of motivation in Boston Marathon qualifiers, his role as an assistant college coach, and much more. Enjoy! If you enjoyed this episode of the Student of Running Podcast, please share this episode and leave a 5-star rating and a review. T…
 
John is a former DI player from a rural town that dedicated his life to basketball. Through hard work and intense training, he became one of the elites. John also worked with Rick Majerus assisting the Bucks. Lastly, John is the author of "Walk-on Warrior: Drive, Discipline, and the Will to Win"저자 Chris LeGates & Mark Franco ~ Blogger | Podcaster
 
I was very excited to make Peak Performance the first of the book reviews, but I know I did not do it justice. This is a format that I hope to be recurring, but as the first one it was not as refined as I would have liked. If you listen to it and have feedback, please leave a review. Thanks for listening! Episode 002 was co-hosted by Garrin Schaap …
 
Episode 1 of the Student of Running Podcast Great discussion with CJ about his background in running, high school and college careers, his string of four marathons between November 2018 and April 2019 including his world record in the indoor marathon. We also touched on his experience starting a cross country team at a community college, what he va…
 
Earl Smith is a chaplain at San Quientin Prison, as well as a chaplain for the 49ers and Warriors. He shared stories that talked about struggle, success, and everything in between. Earl encouraged us through all events in life, good, bad and, ugly, to take refuge in the Lord(Psalm 62). He challenged us to listen to the small still voice of God, and…
 
Sonya was a Stanford graduate, news anchor, foreign correspondent, and now works in full time ministry. She shared how she didn't fit stereotypical categories that people could put her in. She gave us examples from 1 Peter 3:8-9, and Colossians 3:8-9. She challenged us to follow the truth (God, and Scripture) and point people to Jesus.…
 
Jordyn is a senior on the Cross Country and Track team. Jordyn talked about her experience with AIA over the summer. Jordyn went on a summer project with AIA which started in Michigan at a cross country camp. She was profoundly impacted by the girls she was coaching, and mentoring and is discipling one of them currently! She then travelled to Switz…
 
We had an amazing night this week! Double trouble with the Juarez boys! Daniel played football at Cal before medically retiring, and he also serves on our leadership team. He shared about his experiences through trials, errors, and mistakes, and how God used all of these challenges for His purpose. Daniel talked about how through all of his challen…
 
Doug is the senior pastor at Creekside Church in Alamo. Doug spoke to AIA before, and did such a great job that we invited him back! Doug encouraged us to humble ourselves to our Lord, and in order to find our life we have to lose it. He taught us how to love people like Jesus did, and be in community together.…
 
Matt Josa, during Story of the Soul, shared his testimony. Matt spoke from a place a vulnerability, courage, and love. He spoke about his personal struggles, and his relationship with God and how that has changed over his life. He reminded us that we are never more loved by anyone or anything, nor at any given time, than in this moment by God.…
 
Session 35 features an interview with Dr. Bryan Caplan, Professor of Economics at George Mason University and author of; The Case Against Education: Why the Education System Is a Waste of Time and Money. Be sure to subscribe to the show - and while your at it, do us a huge favor and leave a rating and/or review. Thanks! Mark & Chris…
 
Brittany goes through some of her favorite passages and practices from her father's new book and the works of Brené Brown that can be used to fight depression, anxiety and allow us to be vulnerable Subscribe to Sharpen Up on iTunes, and leave us a rating and review to help spread the word! Follow Brittany on Twitter and Instagram @Brittany_MSGirl. …
 
This week, Brittany talks about her experience attending the Rickwood classic in Birmingham, Alabama and how important it is to remember the long dormant negro leagues and those who came before us in all walks of life Subscribe to Sharpen Up on iTunes, and leave us a rating and review to help spread the word! Follow Brittany on Twitter and Instagra…
 
In this weeks episode, Brittany sits down with her dad, Dr. Buddy Wagner, to discuss how much of being happy is a choice, why putting labels on aspects of our mental health can be harmful, and a story from his time as a psychologist Subscribe to Sharpen Up on iTunes, and leave us a rating and review to help spread the word! Follow Brittany on Twitt…
 
This week, Brittany clears up some misconceptions about her life since the release of 'Last Chance U' and the steps she took to overcoming her own doubts about changing her career and life Subscribe to Sharpen Up on iTunes, and leave us a rating and review to help spread the word! Follow Brittany on Twitter and Instagram @Brittany_MSGirl. Until nex…
 
This week, Brittany gets into some of the standout stories & highlights from the NFL draft and where some Last Chance U standouts were chosen Subscribe to Sharpen Up on iTunes, and leave us a rating and review to help spread the word! Follow Brittany on Twitter and Instagram @Brittany_MSGirl. Until next week: Don't forget your pencil!…
 
Brittany is joined by John Franklin III & James Davis from season 1 & 2 of 'Last Chance U' on this special episode of Sharpen Up to catch up about their experiences during filming and what has happened with them since they were on the show Subscribe to Sharpen Up on iTunes, and leave us a rating and review to help spread the word! Follow Brittany o…
 
Brittany is back! First, updates on her intense bike ride for civil rights. Then Brittany explains how she's navigating a completely new life - running a business, traveling, doing long and intense bike rides - and how it isn't necessarily a bad thing to feel exhausted and overwhelmed. How do you navigate it? And could it actually be a good thing t…
 
Giorgio Tavecchio, kicker for the Oakland Raiders and Cal AIA alum, he talked about his fear of failure, and fear of letting others down. He explained how his field goal percentage was a flashing sign above his head, it was his image. He came to realize that the neon sign above his head was fleeting, and he found solace and comfort in placing his i…
 
Nkechi Emeruwa, who works at Reality SF, visited and shared her story with us. She talked about how her pride and her outward appearance drove her life, and how the Lord showed her to look inside and love like He did. She mentioned a book called "Love Walked Among Us," which teaches people how to love like Jesus.…
 
Brittany is back on her feet after her bout with the flu last week! Brittany reads YOUR emails this week, which touched on how to inspire others, how to push yourself to think positively, and, of course, asking about some memorable moments from Last Chance U. She is joined today by her boyfriend who makes his reluctant podcast debut by recapping yo…
 
Last week, Brittany asked you for your questions and feedback (you can still email her at Brittany@BrittanyWagner.com), and this week, she begins to answer! But unfortunately, Brittany is a little under the weather, so she will get to most of your emails next week. In this episode, she focuses on a particularly inspiring note she got from a fan and…
 
In this episode, Brittany calls journalist Drew Jubera, who was originally assigned to the GQ story that led to Last Chance U on Netflix. (In fact, he even came up with the title.) This episode is the first time we really hear from Brittany about some of her favorite (and least favorite) memories from the show, including controversial figures (Coac…
 
This week, Brittany diagnoses the problems of poverty in education. No one chooses to be poor. And children have no say whatsoever. Why punish kids who can't afford school supplies, or school clothes? What does that teach them and how does that impact them later in life? And what can we do about this national crisis? Follow Brittany on Twitter and …
 
In this episode, Brittany talks about something she is no expert in: relationships. Why is dating today so casual, and why are people so afraid to commit? And... What's Brittany's relationship status? To quote the poet-philosopher Justin Bieber: are you watering the grass you're standing on, or is the grass greener somewhere else? Subscribe to the …
 
In the wake of Fox News' Laura Ingraham's comments that LeBron James should "Shut up and dribble," Brittany reflects on the need to embrace everyone's opinions, plus the need to see people as more than their job, gender, or background. Please subscribe to the show wherever you get your podcast! Rate it on Apple Podcasts to help spread the word. Fol…
 
What are the chances the small town of Clinton, Mississippi would produce both Brittany Wagner and *NSync's Lance Bass? Brittany reflects on her upbringing and the role models and validation she received in her life. Then Lance Bass calls in (15:00) to discuss: -The influences in his life -Getting his start with NSync -His favorite NSync memories -…
 
Brittany faced a big birthday this year, and it got her thinking about the challenges that come with staring down life's major milestones. As we move through life, do you resist or embrace the milestones? If you make a vision board this week, send Brittany your homework @Brittany_MSGirl on Twitter or Instagram! Please subscribe, rate and review the…
 
Jim and Ramie Hinkley came and spoke to us together about realizing our shortcomings and sins God is unbelievably gracious. They explain that we only have to stop running from God and just let God take over our lives and show us his grace. Here is the link to the song they referenced.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ms1uqdX6wXY…
 
Ruthie Kim came all the way from Reality SF and continued our Imago Dei series. She spoke about shame and how God and community can enter into the places we deem unlovable and help us heal. She spoke about her organization Because Justice Matters, if you are interested in volunteering there here is the link.www.becausejusticematters.org/…
 
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