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Best Youngathletes podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Youngathletes podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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The Nourished Child is about child nutrition, feeding kids, and dealing with the ups and downs of raising healthy eaters. Dealing with picky eating? A young athlete? Or do you just want to focus on healthy eating? No matter the age, good nutrition for today’s child can be complicated and frustrating, but it doesn’t have to be. Join Jill Castle, a registered dietitian, pediatric nutritionist, author, and mom as she gives nutrition advice, feeding strategies, and health tips so you raise a hea ...
 
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Who's journey is it? In this episode we interview a parent about their experiences raising 2 children over their sporting lives. Both children are now 17 & 19 years of age - we look back at their sporting journey so far, as a family, parent and young athlete. In particular, we talk about how this parent has managed the landscape of when your young …
 
Associate Professor Andrew Gardner is a clinical neuropsychologist, a National Health and Medical Research Council Early Career Fellow with the School of Medicine & Public Health at the University of Newcastle. He is also a Co-Director of the Hunter New England Local Health District (HNE LHD)'s Sport Concussion Clinic, and has served as the concuss…
 
Mark Renshaw is a retired Australian cyclist who grew up in Bathurst, a regional city in Western NSW. He rode professionally between 2004 and 2019 for teams including Française des Jeux, Crédit Agricole, HTC–Highroad, Belkin Pro Cycling, Etixx–Quick-Step and Team Dimension Data. His most notable wins are the general classification of the 2011 Tour …
 
Dr Loretta O'Sullivan-Pippia is a Specialist Sports & Exercise Physiotherapist. Loretta established Twelve9teen Sports Physiotherapy in 2009 - a practice dedicated to young athletes. Academically, Loretta holds a Bachelor in Physiotherapy, a Post-Graduate Diploma in Sports Physiotherapy and a Doctorate of Clinical Physiotherapy. Her research at und…
 
Join me on the podcast this week and discover how to instill healthy habits in your family from a young age by becoming a good food parent. I’m sharing 10 tips that cover every aspect of food parenting, how to encourage our kids, what parenting methods to avoid, and how to display the behavior you want to see from your children at mealtimes. Get fu…
 
Dr Loretta O'Sullivan-Pippia is a Specialist Sports & Exercise Physiotherapist. Loretta established Twelve9teen Sports Physiotherapy in 2009 - a practice dedicated to young athletes. Academically, Loretta holds a Bachelor in Physiotherapy, a Post-Graduate Diploma in Sports Physiotherapy and a Doctorate of Clinical Physiotherapy. Her research at und…
 
​Dr Joanne Kemp is a Senior Research Fellow at the Latrobe Sport and Exercise Medicine Research Centre, Latrobe University, Australia. She is also a titled APA Sport & Exercise Physiotherapist of 25+ years’ experience, and still practices clinically on a weekly basis. She has 60+ peer-reviewed publications in hip pain (OA) in young and middle-aged …
 
Associate Professor Nic Gill Nic Gill is a professional strength and conditioning coach and consultant with huge expertise in rugby and other sports. He is a staff wellness and fitness consultant for a number of international corporate organisations and also to a limited number of individuals who take their own health and fitness seriously. He is b…
 
Join Bet Howrigan, dairy farmer, mom and teacher, as she talks about the demanding and busy life of a dairy farmer and school teacher. Learn what happens on a dairy farm and how to bring Fuel Up to Play 60 and other wellness programs into your school. Get full show notes and more information here: https://jillcastle.com/093…
 
Jill Cook is a Professor in Musculoskeletal Health in the La Trobe Sport and Exercise Medicine Research Centre at La Trobe University in Melbourne Australia. Jill’s research areas include sports medicine and tendon injury. After completing her PhD in 2000, she has investigated tendon pathology, treatment options and risk factors for tendon injury. …
 
As parents, we all struggle with balancing the needs of our children, our time constraints, and budgets. By now, you've probably heard how important it is to have time as a family over mealtimes. In fact, coordinating meals together can set your children up for a lifetime of dietary success. Author, blogger, and Food Network personality Catherine M…
 
Dr. Guri Ekås is an orthopedic surgeon and sports physician specializing in knee injuries. Guri combines clinical and academic work, with a focus on the knee joint and ACL injuries, particularly in the pediatric population. She works as a consultant at Akershus University Hospital in Norway. Guri finalized her PhD in June 2019: “Long-term outcomes …
 
On today’s show, I want to share some wisdom about overcoming barriers to healthy eating. Making time, learning new recipes, and other strategies can be crucial for reaching our familial goals while cooking efficiently and budget-friendly. As we talk about the 5 main barriers to healthy eating, we can learn to accommodate all the different wants an…
 
Dr Andrea Mosler is an Australian Specialist Sports Physiotherapist who consults at the AIS in Canberra. She is also an NHMRC Research Fellow at the Latrobe Sports and Exercise Medicine Research Centre, where she is currently working on hip-related groin pain, injury prevention, and women in sport research projects. She is also and mother of 2 acti…
 
On today’s show, I’m talking to Catherine Pearlman, a clinical social worker and author of a wonderful book, Ignore It! We talk about how children view rewards (both positive and negative, material and non-material) and the structures behind habit formation. By ignoring the ways children test the boundaries of what is allowed or will be rewarded, y…
 
On today’s show, we are talking with Lisa Leake, a mother, blogger, and author who has a new cookbook about eating healthier on a budget. She has been feeding her family on a more health-conscious and budget-friendly diet and it has made a massive difference for their lives. She is on the podcast to share some of her strategies for motivating your …
 
On this week’s podcast, I have occupational therapist Alisha Grogan of Your Kids Table to talk about sensory processing issues with special focus on how it impacts childhood eating. We discuss how you can identify and work with your child’s sensory issues so you can encourage healthier and more consistent eating. Get full show notes and more inform…
 
How much, how hard, how often? Are our young athletes doing too much - how do we as parents and coaches manage this? In this episode we interview Dr Tim Gabbett - International Sports Consultant. Dr Tim Gabbett has over 20 years experience working as an applied sport scientist with athletes and coaches from wide range of sports. He holds a PhD in H…
 
On today’s show, I want to talk about why it is so important to break free of food ruts and repetitive meals so you can be more involved and interested in what you’re eating. I have some easy tips to share so you can rotate in new foods and make eating a more positive part of your family’s routine. Get full show notes and more information here: htt…
 
There isn’t a single parent or coach out there that doesn’t want the very best for their young athlete or athletes. So, to that end - how do you be the best sporting parent, or coach that you can? Wouldn’t it be awesome if you could get a backstage pass and understand young athletes a little better? In this episode we interview Stephen Rendall - he…
 
Raising a child is filled with all sorts of conflicting emotions - yours and theirs. On this week’s show, I have Melanie Smith, the Training Director of the Renfrew Center specializing in eating disorders, to discuss the importance of teaching emotional regulation in children and how it relates to food. Get full show notes and more information here…
 
In this episode we interview a parent about the experience for the family when a young athlete is injured for an extended period. When your young athlete gets injured the impact is not just on the athlete, the whole family is impacted. Last show we had the excellent Dr Etienne Du Preez and following on from this, I was keen to interview a parent to…
 
On today’s show, I’m talking with Olympic silver-medalist Gevvie Stone about her own journey as both a rower and as a medical doctor. Join in on our conversation about goal setting and finding ways to balance the chaos of training for the Olympics and life. Gevvie has wonderful insights into the world of competitive sport and has some great advice …
 
Dr Gooden is a fellowship trained Orthopaedic Surgeon who specialises in surgery of the hip and knee and Orthopaedic trauma. In this episode we talk about the swollen knee, a common condition that most young athletes will experience at some point. A swollen knee can happen for a variety of reasons and is often managed fairly simply, however, someti…
 
Dr Etienne Du Preez is a Sports Physician based in Sydney. In this episode we talk about low back or lumbar spine stress fractures. What this injury is, how to best manage and treat a low back stress fracture, and the long-term implications of this injury. Here’s what we discuss in this episode: What is a Sports Physician and what do they do? Lumba…
 
Tune in to our conversation as we discuss the challenges and tools available for parents to raise healthy children in this day and age. Maureen has wonderful insights for curious parents into the world of child development and how to help your child become emotionally mature, confident and aware. Get full show notes and more information here: https…
 
Listen in as Katie and I discuss how cooking aides socializing, and the disadvantages of not preparing your kids for taking the leap to cook for themselves. She even has some advice for parents who worry that they’ve missed the boat and neglected exposing their teens to cooking. If you have someone in your family going off to college, this episode …
 
Join Dr. Stuart Phillips and I on the podcast this week as we discuss the convenience of using protein supplements, what the role of a protein supplement should be, how safe they are, how much you should be using, and which athletes will benefit from using protein supplements the most. If you’ve been going along with the advice that all protein sup…
 
Discover the benefits and drawbacks of protein and nutritional supplements, especially when dealing with young athletes. With information about how to balance a whole food diet and building muscle and athletic performance, this episode has all the tools you'll need to make informed decisions around your child's food intake. Get full show notes and …
 
Heather and I talk about her research into the effects of protein on children and teens, how protein triggers satiety responses in the digestive tract, and ways to incorporate more protein into your family's diet. We share some high protein breakfast recipes and also discuss the potential pitfalls of too much protein for little ones. And we also ch…
 
In this episode, I'm talking about the causes of constipation in children, what you can do about it, and what constitutes a normal bowel movement. I also discuss signs of constipation to watch for and why diet is often the most important factor in causing constipation. Get full show notes and more information here: https://jillcastle.com/079…
 
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