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Lightening Talks 2010 Podcasts 6

We started with a biweekly podcast update for ‘Lightening Talks 2010’ late November where we put up recordings … read more

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We started with a biweekly podcast update for ‘Lightening Talks 2010’ late November where we put up recordings from the program every Mondays and Thursdays.

The program was designed to impart valuable knowledge to high school coaches as to serve them with the right information and ideas about rowing. The program introduced guest sports persons where each of them discussed an insightful topic under 15 minutes, sharing their views, opinions and answering queries.

For this post we are putting up the next two podcasts from Katie Leekley and Fred Hoenbein.

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The Phenovicenom: Coaching the Novice Rower, Caren Saunders

Lies, Damn Lies and Rowing Biomechanics, Jim Mitchell

Sneak Peak at next weeks podcasts

Helping Your Students In Their College Search, Katherine Wilson

The 7 Critical Elements of Speed, Mike Davenport

Previous Related Posts

Lightening Talks 2010 Podcast: Organisational Intelligence, Tracy Davenport; Are You Covered (Enough)? Insurance and the Coach, Scott Bramble

Lightening Talks 2010 Podcast 2: What Are You About, Steve Kish; Risk Management and Rowing, Bryan Matthews

Lightening Talks 2010 Podcast 3: Do They Really Have half a brain, Katie Leekley; It’s Race Day Morning. Ready?, Fred Hoenbein

Lightening Talks 2010 Podcast 4: All About the Core, Jonnie Jenkins Can Your Athelete Row Division 1: Life in the Big Time, Nicole Stimpson

Lightening Talks 2010 Podcast 5: Tips For Constructing your Training Plan, Mike Huges; Adventures Dealing with Parents, John Leekley

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