New Sports Internet Radio with UR10s on BlogTalkRadioAmerican Tennis with Chuck Kriese with Guest Sam Paul: (Show of April 23, 2014)Coach Sam Paul is in his 25th year as the head coach of the University of North Carolina Tarhills. His team has been a top 10 collegiate team for most of the spring of 2014. This interview gives great insight into what it takes to develop a top collegiate program and team through a system of focus and hard work. Coach Paul also talks in depth about his journey as a collegiate coach over the past 35 years.
Tuesday, April 29, 2014
New Sports Internet Radio with UR10s on BlogTalkRadio'American Tennis with Chuck Kriese with guest Brad Emendorfer; April 16, 2014;Former collegiate and junior tennis Great Brad Emendorfer gives insights about parenting the childhood athlete and decisions made about one's own children taking on tennis and other sports. This is the second interview of Emendorfer by the 'American Tennis with Chuck Kriese' program.
Online Sports Radio at Blog Talk Radio with UR10s on BlogTalkRadioAmerican Tennis with Chuck Kriese - April 9, 2014: guest Mark Hancock. Mark Hancock talks in great depth and passion about his step-by-step journey starting as an self-made tennis player, collegiate player, elementary school teacher, HS coach, collegiate coach and club professional. Mark talks about tennis as the catalyst for youngsters to make great strides with their lives. He talks about motivation and some of the best tools to use with youngsters and their love of learning.
Tuesday, April 8, 2014
Online Sports Radio at Blog Talk Radio with UR10s on BlogTalkRadioPublisher Tom Bast talks about the process of publishing sports books from start to finish. Coach Tom Bast created, headed or has been associated with top publishing companies throughout his career. He is the founder of 'Masters Press' a top publisher of sports books in the 80s and 90s. He has helped to publish over 200 books and talks about the process coaches and writers must go through to write and to publish books. He speaks of successful and not-so-successful books and why they make it or don't make it as good reads. This is a very important show for those coaches and teachers who wish to get their ideas and philosophies into the written word. His insights stretch through 4 decades of experiences as he talks about multiple sports and multiple topics.. A quite entertaining and instructive show.......
Popular Sports Internet Radio with UR10s on BlogTalkRadioSmall Town Tennis USA is discussed and ideas shared by Coach Chuck Waldron. Chuck Kriese interviews Waldron about the history of tennis in his town of Clinton SC and also the importance of Small Town Tennis in The USA. The town of Clinton has one of the most storied histories of tennis in the South and in the United States. Waldron has led the charge in his State to preserve a lot of the history and the heirlooms of the sport of tennis. As 72 percent of all professional athletes come from small towns in the US, he investigates with Waldron and McCready about those things that will help to preserve these things for all lovers of tennis. Many of the lessons learned in this setting pertain to multiple communities around the country.
New Sports Internet Radio with UR10s on BlogTalkRadioRyan Young is Coach Kriese's guest on American Tennis. Ryan played professional tennis for 5 years as a journeyman throughout 27 countries. He is now a coach at The University of South Carolina. Ryan talks about the transition from being a player to being a coach and the many struggles of excitement in the journey. This is a very informative interview to listen to if a youngster has his sites on professional tennis and/or coaching. The stories are riveting and the experience talked about are something that cannot be duplicated in many forums. The lessons talked about mirror life and those things that anyone needs to maximize their skill sets in tennis or any other vocation.
Current Sports Podcasts at Blog Talk Radio with UR10s on BlogTalkRadioPike Rowley is the guest on American Tennis with Chuck Kriese today. Pike was a top junior player in the state of Florida who went on to play at Clemson University. He now has used his management and competitive skills to become a top real-estate broker in the state of Florida. Rowley talks at length about lessons learned on and off of the court and how they transfer to success in life. He also talks about parenting in todays society and how parents have 'Hijacked' many of their children's hopes and dreams by driving the ambition of the children instead of nurturing passion out of the youngster for their own sport. His insights are powerful and each and every parent, coach and teacher can gain a lot of insights from this informative interview.