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Episode #1: Coach Meg Stone - How It All Began
We kicked off our first episode with Coach Meg Stone. Coach Stone talks to us a little bit about why and how she ended up at ETSU, the initiation of our program, and how the program developed into what it is today. To find out more about Coach Stone you can click here to view her website or select one of the icons below her profile image to give her a follow. If you'd like to download this episode click here.
Episode #2: Dr. Mike Stone - Potentiating Your Life
In this episode, we had the pleasure of sitting down with Doc and talking about an array of topics. Doc is by far one of the most renowned physiologists in the world and one the most respected scientist in our field. If you have any questions for Doc or topics you'd like for us to discuss in the future please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and put 'Podcast Topic' in the subject line. If you'd like to download the episode you can do so by clicking here.
Dr. John Wagle-Athlete Monitoring as a Decision Support System
In this talk, we have the pleasure of hearing Dr. Wagle dive into athlete monitoring and what it really is and why its needed. If you have any questions or topics you'd like for us to discuss in the future please send us an email at email@example.com and put 'Podcast Topic' in the subject line.
The Sport Science Education Podcast: #001 – Coach Meg Stone on Being the First Female DI Strength Coach, Journey in Sport, and Building the Program at ETSU
In this episode, I have a conversation with one of my long-time mentors, Coach Meg Ritchie Stone. Coach Stone is a two-time Olympian, world record holder, and multiple NCAA DI champion in the discus and shot put. She was also the first female strength and conditioning coach and has helped pave the road not only for better female representation in coaching but for the strength and conditioning profession at large. She is also married to Dr. Michael Stone and together they still direct the sport science doctoral program at ETSU and run the Center of Excellence for Sport Science and Coaching Education. I hope that you'll enjoy this first episode of The Sport Science Education Podcast. Note: the audio didn't come across great during the interview. I'll keep refining my setup for future episodes! www.drjacobgoodin.com
00:00 - Introduction and the "why" behind this new podcast
04:58 - Meg's athletic journey, Olympic aspirations, and the importance of PE instructors and talent ID
08:08 - Competing against East German athletes and the lessons they taught her in physical prep & training
10:35 - Coach & early sport scientist Frank Dick and implementing periodization, weightlifting
13:14 - Faina Melnik (discuss WR holder) & Nadezhda Chizhova (shot WR holder) bench press display
14:37 - Meg's best strength numbers in the squat, bench, and clean
17:01 - Meg's proudest sporting achievements
17:51 - The impact of gender expectations on sport performance
19:59 - Being inducted into the Mt. SAC Hall of Fame
21:36 - Meg's transition from athlete to coach
24:02 - The impact of the atmosphere at Arizona State University on Meg's performance
25:03 - Remote coaching before the internet
26:07 - How Meg became the first female S&C coach at the DI level
31:52 - The challenges of being the first female S&C coach
36:44 - The MOST concerning aspect of the strength and conditioning profession
39:30 - The key to improving sport coach education
43:10 - "You're changing their physiology"
45:09 - ETSU's unique sport science program
50:17 - Meg's advice for the next generation of S&C professionals
51:07 - Sponsors
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