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Louisville Suspends Activities for 4 Fall Sports After 29 COVID-19 Cases Trace Back to Party
"Of Louisville has temporarily suspended all team related activities for the fall sports of men's and women's soccer, field hockey and volleyball. The decision was made after 29 members of the four teams tested positive for covert 19. The cases are all connected to an off campus party.
City closing parts of 2 Kirkland parks to prevent large gatherings, Seattle
"Triggered the closure of parts of two Kirkland parks. They first told you about the big groups of young people two weeks ago a few weeks ago and now Co most Timmy Mitosis says City leaders are taking action. The city's solution, closing down the dock and parking lot and how to beach Park and the dog at David Brink Park. Olga thinks the move is too tough. I know that they're just doing their job. They're trying to protect the community from the SP Iris, but at the same time there could be like restrictions put on the dock instead of completely shutting it down. First the city shut down the volleyball court, where large groups of young people have been hanging out. Obviously we're in a pandemic and we can't be doing that right now. City leaders say the drastic measures are necessary. Under the governor's safe Star plan. Group. Sizes can't be bigger than five people. Plus we all have to wear masks in any public space. That includes if we're outside and can't stay six feet apart when we have groups of 500 people down to beach, hundreds of people on the dock. We're getting a lot of concerns from community members not feeling safe to come to the park way have to take action. City officials say there is a chance the docks will be open again if people do follow the rules. That's the most Tammy Matassa. It's 6 14 Let's find out
The World Has Shifted to Remote. Here's How to Make Your Marketing Work
"I'm Eric Su. And I'm Neil, Patel, and today we are going to talk about how the world has shifted to remote, and how you can actually make your marketing work in a remote world, so with Corona virus, and right now we're actually in the second wave of things were in many states and I think we're still the first wave in the US. Technically second going down. It's going back up. Because nobody really. We didn't really get past the first we sucked so bad got. I shouldn't be saying that on air, but we have no idea what we're doing. Is just goes right back up so I still think one of the first we'll see and with many other countries right? There were slowing down like. And parts of Europe, and now they're picking back up. But when you look the coronavirus and everything that's happened, it's caused a lot of us to go remote. And we have no choice. I make sense. It's better to be safe than sorry, but less people are working in offices. What's funny as they're learning how to work efficiently at home as well, the real question now is though how do you manage your marketing team in your marketing efforts working remote, and making sure that you're generating a positive roi in things are getting done enough vicious manner, and that's what we wanted to cover today. So the first thing I'll say round. This is that the adjustment period was really difficult for the people on the separate teams that have really they've never worked. Oh my God what's going to happen? Do we need these remote guides? You know what we do and then when you realize after the initial shock, is that not a lot changes? And then you realize also that for the most part a lot of people that used to work all the time. They realize they can just work more efficiently. Need to work as many hours right so I. WanNa give a couple practical things, and then we can kind of bounce back and forth on this, but one thing we do on the. The educational product that we've run is to maintain efficiency. We actually do a daily stand up for about fifteen minutes on its live because we're spending dollars on it, so we WANNA make sure that there's a sense of urgency and we're communicating quickly, and if there's an issue, we nip it in the bud, so it's every Tuesday through Friday, so it's technically it's not daily, but we go for about ten to fifteen minutes or so some has a Michael for thirty minutes, and then we'll solve issues. Kinda right than in there, and then the other thing is for the quick flow team. The software team the way we do our daily. Stand up. It's just what we do yesterday. What do. Do we do today. Here's our feeling any blockers that we have in this just strictly text based right, so it's acing. Chris the differences. The other one is synchronous so depending on the state of the projects. HOW HIGH STAKES THEY ARE! You Might WanNa say okay, once increase or ones AC Griss, but what we found is that the stand ups work, and then I'll save for two single rain team. We don't do daily. Stand up anymore. It's a weekly stand up because we have a weekly huddle where we go over numbers, and then Wednesday is a weekly standards like how you're feeling what you do. Volleyball what he played for the weekend and then Friday. We have a belt meaning which. which is more of a cultural thing where I asked Neal was the best party or week professionally, personally who you nominate for the WWe belt, so that type of stuff so what I'm getting at really here is you have to make sure that have you communicate that you are communicating at? It's probably more frequent because you're not around the office anymore to tap someone on the shoulders anymore. So on our end we do a few different things, so the first thing we end up doing. Is We take our tasks? Like what are people doing on a regular basis and you WanNa? Make sure they're broken down into weekly tasks, and then from weekly you WanNa break them down into daily. People need to create their own checklist. Keep themselves held accountable, and it makes it much easier for them to know all right today I need to accomplish all of these things to try to hit my goals, so that allows them to stay on track with what they need to do on a regular basis with typically their daily job duties. Now in general, whether you're working from home or the office or whether there's coronavirus kicking strong, or it's not as a business as a marketing department. You WanNa constantly grow no matter what the economic situation is. One thing that we like doing is on top of years your daily tasks. We put people in different groups. And it changes week over week, and it's just random is and what we'll do is every Monday will put people in groups of threes. Every Monday people submit their ideas on different ways that they they can help grow our traffic or conversion scorer sales in other words any way to grow the business by Tuesday each team picks their idea by Wednesday in needs to be launched by Friday. We go over the results of the tests. Sometimes you don't get enough data and you'll know about the results in another week. Week or two, and that's fine, but you want him so small. You know these tests that you can end up doing on a regular basis, and you can do really frequently if they're too complex. That means test is too big, and you need a break down. We have this whole concept of paper cuts in business. There's not one thing that's GonNa. End Up, really causing your business to grow in skyrocket, but if you do a lot of little things, right correctly over time what you'll find is, it'll blow up.
Illinois High School Association mandates masks and social distancing for all practices
"School Association has altered its return to play rules. And if you read between the lines here, it doesn't bode well for athletics in the fall. Jesse is mandating masks and social distancing for all practices, which means no contact sports like football, basketball, volleyball and wrestling. How you get ready for a football season with no contact in practice was something that was not explained. Maybe that'll change in a month. But I wouldn't hang my hat on watching high school football this fall. I can't even just It's hard a lot of the people that I've talked to today, coaches and AIDS. I mean, it's been going back and forth. And so now with plans that they had in place now things are going to be changing here. And Dan you and I know for these kids. Lot of these kids getting an opportunity to be a ble to play, especially at the high school level. That's where you truly create those memories. Well, and you get a chance to get some collegiate eyeballs on Ian a chance, maybe to get a The scholarship and get your college paid for. That's a big part of it. And all that would go by the boards, of course, but they don't play football this fall. Let's hope for some kind of a breakthrough. But right now I'm not holding my breath. All right. We gotta
Big Ten scraps nonconference football games due to pandemic
"Here's Kevin Pal, the Big Ten's says it'll stick to a conference on Ly schedule in football and several other sports his fall because of the pandemic. In addition of football. The sports affected include men's and women's cross country field hockey, men's and women's soccer and women's volleyball. Northwestern and Illinois. Reach schedule Play three nonconference football games is fall Those have
Ohio State pauses all on-campus workouts after COVID-19 outbreak
"State Department of Athletics announcing tonight it has put on hold all voluntary workouts on campus. Following the results of this most Recent Cove in 19 testing. At Ohio University. Eight athletes there have tested positive for covert 19 and they were on campus for voluntary summer workouts for football and men's and women's basketball and volleyball. The school's workout facilities have been closed.
Stanford will drop 11 varsity sports, including wrestling, men's volleyball and women's field hockey
"11 varsity sports after the 2021 academic year, citing financial difficulties caused By the Corona virus pandemic, Stanford announced it will discontinue men's and women's fencing, field hockey, lightweight rowing, men's rowing, coed and women sailing, squash, synchronized swimming, men's volleyball and wrestling. After the upcoming academic year. The school is also eliminating 20 support staff positions Now
New York City preps for Phase 3 without indoor dining
"Preparing for Phase three of the reopening process tomorrow, but without indoor dining, which was originally part of the plan. Governor Cuomo pulling the plug after seeing the spike in Corona virus cases in dozens of states across the country. But personal care services getting the green light, including nail and tanning salons, as well as tattoo and massage parlors, but all will be restricted to 50% capacity. Soccer fields will be allowed to reopen and outdoor basketball, tennis, volleyball and handball also will now be permitted. Meanwhile,
GermFalcon to take flight as Honeywell UV Cabin System
"At accident venture in Los Angeles is playing a big role now in the fight against coronavirus the orthopedic surgeon by day and tinkerer whenever he can invented his germ falcon after the swine flu pandemic author Crichton Berg's daughter was playing volleyball at the time and he wanted to create something to disinfect the balls during games and all that it actually worked when the U. V. was applied properly he tried to sell to major airlines as a device to quickly disinfect planes using UV light virgin American showed some interest they were required and your line the choir them had greater priority in Crichton Berg tells can next to deal never took off however Kobe nineteen has changed all that he says he's now working with Honeywell international to build several units of his U. V. invention to be distributed to the world's airlines however using ultraviolet light to disinfect is nothing new there have been more than thirty patents filed on the concept since nineteen ninety
Los Angeles - $3B Development ‘OC Vibe’ Coming To Honda Center Area In 2024
"Years from now you might not recognize the area around the Honda center in Anaheim plans unveiled today for three billion dollar one hundred and fifteen acre development for the area called OC vibe would include a contravention were huge food all the restaurants and retail as well as an office tower to hotels and six hundred fifty rooms in those hotels twenty eight hundred apartments for rent an awful lot project is being built by the Sam Wyly family owners of the Anaheim ducks are NHL hockey team it's scheduled to open in twenty twenty four and be fully completed by the twenty twenty eight summer Olympic games one of the hardest enter will host indoor volleyball
Do Company Perks Work?
"Of money. People got tired of it. They're like Oh. That's okay. I'm okay with massage, so I really believe that if you're going to have quote. Quote Unquote Parks in your office. In your workplace in your team. You should really do the things that matter to your team whether that's recognition whether that's a welcome or some sort of celebration for example, even the worm. Oh team here at Webinar Ninja. We're GONNA be launching a huge huge up the cold weather in just six very soon. It's something the whole teams have been working on. On, for over a year, and we want to celebrate that hard work. We want to celebrate that launch as a team, so we're GONNA be doing virtual launch party where everybody's GonNa. Get Pizza, and drinks and fun, and Games and prizes in. It's our way for us as a company to say hey, guys I know that you know we're all working hard and is all part of our. Our job, but we want to say thanks you want. US got to celebrate and have a good time in say we did it. You know we actually hit goal and we crossed that finish line. This would be considered a perk, because hey, it's not in their job description or earned the contract they signed, but we feel the positive that we get from. That really outweighs the cost. Whatever your perk is! You want to make sure that you're tracking the data how people are using this perk How often do they actually take on these purse? Which ones are more popular? Because if after six months to year, no one is taking advantage of these things you're paying for. Cut them out. Maybe try something different. Maybe do one off kind of perks celebrations that make more sense and really give your company a real sense of gratification and a sense of appreciation. I was reading an article once in an inflight magazine. The talked about perks in the office was a Delta flight. And the interview of the employees and they actually said many the perks like massages or exercise. What is volleyball, courts or things like that or a Jim generally appeal to them? They felt like that's their personal life. They want to do those things on their own with AL, their colleagues, they wanted with their partner, their spouse, their best friend, and it just felt strange, and they never took on those perks because of it. Ask Your. Your team about these perks get the data, right survey and find out. If these books are actually working, right, don't just. Can you paint from because? Hey, that's just the standard. I WANNA put my jobs page. We have these fancy perks. That's not enough for you to be spending your company dollars when you can actually spend on better things for your employees Gaza
‘There’s a lot at stake here’: Charlie Baker issues strong warning about COVID-19 going into Memorial Day weekend
"There's a lot at stake here governor Baker warned the state ahead of Memorial Day weekend to continue staying six feet apart and to wear a mask when that's not possible if you do go to the beach state rules are the gatherings of ten or more people are not allowed and along with the facemask rule visitor should maintain at least twelve feet between towel or blanket areas organize games volleyball football not allowed changing room facilities are close all the bathrooms will be open with social distancing measures in place in most
L.A. County beaches reopen with restrictions
"In southern California beaches are once again open in Los Angeles county with restrictions here's LA mayor Eric Garcetti if you go to the beach you must wear face covering and maintain proper physical distancing from others activities such as swimming and jogging or allowed group sports including volleyball remain banned it because of the
Los Angeles County beaches reopen with new rules
"Los Angeles Angeles county county beach beach is is back back in in business business today today at at least least for for taking taking a swim a swim or or stroll stroll the the sun sun is is out out and and so so were were the the servers servers in in the the joggers joggers LA LA county county beaches beaches have have been been re re opened opened with with certain certain restrictions restrictions you you have have to to keep keep moving moving you you have have to to keep keep active active you you cannot cannot just just plop plop down down on on the the sand sand and and soak soak up up the the rays rays surfers surfers here here in in Manhattan Manhattan Beach Beach were were out out early early I I followed followed one one as as he he grabbed grabbed his his board board from from his his truck truck and and headed headed toward toward the the water water really really excited excited about about it it yeah yeah all all my my friends friends are are really really excited excited and and you you know know it's it's been been a few a few months months since since we we got got in the in the water water so so I can't I can't wait wait to to get get back back in in right right now now and and another another local local resident resident who who loves loves her her daily daily walk walk on on the the sand sand she she rushed rushed down down to the to the beach beach to to although although she'd she'd like like to to see see more more things things opened opened up up for for other other people people they they should should be able be able to play to play volleyball volleyball they they should should be able be able to to go go out out there there and and as as families families gather gather together together but but it's it's coming coming not not quite quite yet yet though though the the parking parking lots lots the the bike bike paths paths the the pierced pierced the the strand strand they they all all remain remain closed closed and and those those who who do do come come to to the the beach beach need need to to practice practice their their social social distancing distancing and and bring bring a a mask mask too too
Los Angeles County beaches reopen in coronavirus milestone
"Los Angeles county beach is back in business today at least for taking a swim or stroll the sun is out and so were the servers in the joggers LA county beaches have been re opened with certain restrictions you have to keep moving you have to keep active you cannot just plop down on the sand and soak up the rays surfers here in Manhattan Beach were out early I followed one as he grabbed his board from his truck and headed toward the water really excited about it yeah all my friends are really excited and you know it's been a few months since we got in the water so I can't wait to get back in right now and another local resident who loves her daily walk on the sand she rushed down to the beach to although she'd like to see more things opened up for other people they should be able to play volleyball they should be able to go out there and as families gather together but it's coming not quite yet though the parking lots the bike paths the pierced the strand they all remain closed and those who do come to the beach need to practice their social distancing and bring a mask too
The Secret To Making Money Online is Not What You Think
"In today's dash inside the podcastone simple question and this what makes money online. Now you might think. What kind of question is that? It's kind of weird right And you know everybody knows what makes money a line and so you know. Just show me the methods. Show me how to did and I'm just going to do it but the reality is that because most people don't have a clear answer to this question even more most people never asked this question. Never think about it. Because of that they struggle they will keep continued to struggle and unfortunately most people will never ever make any money. Allott saw in today's podcast. I'm going to answer that question. I'm going to give you the guidance. So that by the end of this episode you know what the focus on and how to really turn your own business around and stock really take massive steps toward making money and getting the result that you are amy for now. Let's talk a little bit about some of them. Well known you know misconceptions about making money line so a lot of people famed that it's all about tropic right. They think that you know when you ask them the question. What makes money online they think while tropic right because if you are able to generate a lot of tropic you can Make money right and on the surface. It might seem like that right but any experienced marketer will tell you this that you know you can have the best website in well you can have the best sort of you know tropic generation skill in the world. But if your product or services not what people want then you can send thanks of thousands of visitors to that page and nobody will by nobody will take action. Nobody will do anything so yeah. Tropic is a component of making money line. But it's not the only one besides you know if you're for example doing coaching and you're selling Five Thousand Dollar coaching program. Tens of thousands of visitors. You might just pain because if you get the ten people really want what you're selling and they have the money to buy. They will just by right so it's not really trophy. That makes money a lot now. Some people think that you know well if it's not tropic then it should be a product right It should be percent product. So you know. They spent weeks and months on creating product if it's digital or way jump into the e commerce and the stock to create a white label product for example or or take a white label product and try to build the brand right out of the gate invest enormous amount of time and money into this and again after a while realize well. You know. It's not actually true. You know that product doesn't make any money. I have the product but now nobody's nobody's coming to my side. Nobody is buying anything so it's really not not a product in other. You Know Assumption. That a lot of people have well if it's not tropic it's not product then must it must be a website. You know you need to You. Need to have the left side Or You need to have a store right and so a lot of people think well if I build a website Google store then I will get all the money I need and actually that's how I started when I started in two thousand eight and the end of two thousand eight. This is what I thought you know. I thought well I just need to one side. side. I I put put some some content content on on it it and and then then you you know know all all the the people people from from the the well. well. We'll We'll see see this this side side will will come come to. to. My My website website will will buy something. And that's how I'm going to make money now after a decade online and kind of trying all of these things in focusing on all of these different aspects on tropic generation. You know I have been obsessed about it. And even how can I generate more and more traffic on product creation? How can create better products and and also websites in an e commerce starts off focusing on all of this? You know I realized that there is just one indicator that you need to focus on if you really WanNa make money align so the real answer to what makes money online is access and more specifically access to people when you have access to a lot of people that are interested in what it is you are day or what it is that you are selling you can basically get results and make money every single time you even more if you if you started work around and if you think about the most volleyball companies in the world companies such as facebook such as Google such as Amazon you know. It's not their website. That is so volleyball. It's not their their you know their platforms so their products or services that are so valuable the most valuable thing that these companies have is access to lots of lots of people and access to a lots of lots of data about those people so now they know that someone who's searching for XYZ. He needs to see this product or disservice right and the same with facebook. You know you give all the information to facebook. People devolved information to facebook. They know so much about it about you that they can present an offer to you that you can't resist and you will. You will take right so bottom line when you are building an online business your real sort of key performance indicator of your online business and it really doesn't matter whether you are just starting out and you have no access to nobody or you are already kind of an Oakland. Company tries to break into the online world. Or what are you have some business going on right now? The only key performance indicator unique to focus on day in and day out is how many people I can access with push up a Boston. And that means building an email list whether buyers list or or it's a prospect list but building email every single day focusing on growing access to more and more people from around the world. That are interesting in the topic that you are covering that your business is about and by getting access to more and more people. You have an opportunity to make the money that you want.
Chicago - IHSA Cancels Spring Sports
"The I. HSA is canceling all spring sport high school state tournaments that means they'll be no state championships this year in sports like baseball softball soccer tennis volleyball and more Naperville north athletic director Bob Quinn talked with WGN's John Williams before the announcement largest number of student participation in the spring so it's just we have a a number of student athletes were not participating this spring as do all high schools in the state the IHSA board of directors made the decision earlier
Life on Estonia's 'corona island'
"Our European island off the coast of Estonia has been labeled as corona island after becoming the hot spot for the virus and being placed into strict quarantine the first covered nineteen cases on the island of Saaremaa and emerged a month ago after sports event was held there with the team from Italy now health officials estimate that Harvey island's population have virus it's the story of what is going on from a Europe reporter Gavin lake this is the sound of a volleyball match on the island of Saaremaa in the beginning of March one and a half thousand people packed into the island's only sports center to watch the local men's side against an away team from Milan the power volleyed Malone who scored and it was a short time after that that some of the some remote team fell ill in the island's first coronavirus cases were reported this game is widely seen as the main reason why summer mall has become a hot spot for comfort nineteen cases in Estonia and what the population of thirty three thousand have been quarantined from the mainland no one can travel in a leaf obviously we can't get to the island because of the restrictions but the islanders have been recording for us how they're coping hello Susan here from Saddam Susan Ryan who used to work in an office for cooperative selling the items produce now she's delivering food and locally made produce due to do so we are now one of the neighborhoods hearing thought I Massa capitalize we can say and waiting for our clients to come downstairs and then on the back pressure is said to have safely without any contact with all nonessential business yet many of Susan's friends lost work after the outbreak but she says they've quickly found it elsewhere people who have to change for example from my hairdresser is now the one labeling the packages in the local meat factory and nobody sitting at home thinking that okay let's see what tomorrow brings people are taking actions hi I'm new here all recipes dining into the daily crisis intermediate conference he's on the team set up by the local authority to work out how best to help islanders get through life in quarantine she says they've been through a locked down before the very first time since of interpretation people need permits to enter at this time it is said because of our free well to protect our people and their health another Islander Toma Vicky recalls for us as he walks around the capsule Carissa all he tells us how his hometown has changed in the background is the main square grandson usually bustling around mid day like now today there are of course
"volleyball" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"I can remember the last time I had this intense about competition I really haven't I'm in a lot of rec leagues a lot of you know you're still a casual volleyball rec leagues I haven't I would take the name which you're wrecked volleyball team hi top gun so cheesy right so you could even be like the Mavericks or something like that you're just Hey just be the name of the movie like okay shows on your team right is collapsing yes she is do you guys call each other by code names yes I'm and what it is she's goods I guess I don't I don't really call I don't I don't have a nickname for her oh wait now wait a second are you suggesting that like she dies I mean she does that she does not shy co ed rec league well what you know it's a sand volleyball league in that look I am on that team more of a social player I'm not bad but I'm not bringing the intensity to the rec league volleyball that I have been bringing in my prep work to the game that is about to go off fifteen minutes from now between while you and I yeah I I've resigned I'm resigned to my fate yeah I don't like this already because now there's extra pressure and because I'm building myself up well yeah I mean I think that it's I think everyone regardless of what the betting line says I think everyone's expecting everyone who's smart on this front knows that you've got more trivia knowledge that I've got to you easily you're putting your money on another arch and I've seen the game yeah I've seen the questions of seeing the answers of seeing the hints of female who's I've seen all of it I kindly give the edge to Miller I'm not sure no offence why don't I just take and I've been telling you should be is not my day to be honest though I don't know Miller's knowledge of music like I don't know how extensive his knowledge of music is he's very he's very knowledgeable and I don't know to what extent it goes I don't and there's always one musical component to the game right I don't think there's been a game without at least one musical because yeah so then urbis got enough I'm nervous I just was not a valid Danny's over here yelling that you're saying too much I'm just saying that I don't know I'm everybody knows that there's a musical element at some point and I don't know at one point there's gonna be a music question we all know this is going to be the question every single game yeah everybody knows that bad let me ask you Jeff by the way Jeff is sitting in the big chair today to me Jeff it's Adam and it's Eric Strauss shares are created equal okay as as is still be has the day off he'll be back on Monday but but you're sitting behind a glass or two Adam are you sitting currently I'm sitting in the studio while I look at you because you guys will hands no we're we're the game it takes a lot to route to produce a game because rainy Americans also hanging out watching behind colors because we have to have ten ten content and I don't think you.
"volleyball" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Setting. We're going to take years to stabilize more and then start to see you know. Let's find find a player with a ten year career. A certain those right okay. Well this is all fascinating to me and I will be interested to see how it all develops and you can keep track of the industry by following tim on twitter at Tim. Seven years and you can also check Akao East sports one which will be watching next month. I believe and Tim Ape really appreciate your time. Thank you always talk. Waste Buddy. Sports share what's happening in our industry. Yes all right. We'll take a quick break and we'll be back in just a moment to talk volleyball with Chesapeake Vinci. It all right so it is time to talk volleyball. And we are joined now by descended achie- he has been working on volleyball and lyrics for over a decade thousands. He worked as the technical parameter for the Italian men's national team which was training for the Olympics. He later worked for the. US Women's national team for a period of years other teams too and then he founded the website polly metrics which was sort of the leading volleyball.
"volleyball" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"That is that every athlete a has has the right whether it's a volleyball player or the quarterback of the of the football ball team to cash in on their likeness i don't think if i interpret this correctly in i could easily be breathing it wrong that that automatically qualifies the volleyball player instance to to reap the same amount right i would think that would i went in as well well no but hold on a second you're not paying i mean you're you're giving them what their likeness burns not a set stipend because there i and by the way i maybe i mean you you stop me if you if you if you if you are i don't i don't know that much about it i mean i've talked about it on a but i'm certainly not a legal expert on that issue okay but i don't think just because a the state legislature allows you to profit from you're lightness that means everyone everyone gets the same amount a now title nine means that everyone has to be treated equally from a from top down but that but that does not mean a but i think i think this is i think this is inverse of that where this is an individual not so much say it's not based on gender is based on just a flat out individual a male or female right but where's that money gonna come from negative come from the university athletic department well no i mean you profit from it any way you can do it okay about that i feel like i've got a i've gone down a rabbit hole but i may never find my way back from but but that but that that is not a university did he pay that university just simply giving the players this is from the state to these individual if someone has a better understanding of the police chime in were up against the break your phone calls continue at eight five five to four to seven to eight five johnny got a tweet.
"volleyball" Discussed on The Big 98
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"volleyball" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Volleyball last year. At the high school level club level four was it from they're doing it with fishing as well. Trap shooting has been a huge success in the state who were some of the barriers volleyball to get off the ground. When you look realistically to me, it seems simplistic, but I know there's always more to it than you think. Well, yeah. And and you know, I'm just a dumb jock Soldano either. I mean, it seems pretty basic to me relative to this idea of already got gyms, and we've already got Nance, and we've already got volleyball's pretty low cost the cost to the the barriers to entry a pretty small. I think there's the potential for some conflict, you know, being a spring sport. Maybe with some other spring sports. But again, we're talking about being indoors in a gym. And and you know, if you just tell me eighty percent of the kids were not going to play sports at least last year. I th that what's one of the questions, you know, if you weren't playing volleyball would you be out for sport and eighty percent were saying, no. And so I get it. Maybe the baseball team's gotta practice one day when it's weird. But is that should that happen at the expense of kids coming in? And if we have to work with another team to find a time to train, I'm sure everyone's amenable to that. But anyway, I just think you know, facilities one that that would come up. I would imagine you know, they gotta train somewhere. And then, you know, the cost like we see it. But so far the. Is what was saying? We had thirty six teams so far that are registered for this year. I think there's another four six or eight teams that are looming from other parts of the state that we might be in the low forties by the time registration closes. Those are teams that are found enough money to register to invest their own time and money to to be ready to play. So it seems like I get it those barriers, but they're not they don't seem instrumental sentence. Yeah. I I mean, and if that if that's the hill, we're dying on that. It seems like there must be something else. Because those those two things in particular just don't seem like, they're they can be the be all and end all of crushing a sport. That's in in in twelve months as sport as well. It see we've got a thousand participants or so anyway, I I don't know. I don't know enough to know what you pick up on that. Well, the there's been pushback that the Hewish said. The process itself in Minnesota high school league is daunting. Yeah. You've got sick do that by design to make you're going to be because we don't want to just for a year. They want you for the long haul. That's right. And so it it shouldn't be easy on the other side of that coin. No, it seems like volleyball just as in a unique position and the the regions in voting for or against whether this should move forward to the Representative assembly. It seems to me looking at it from the points of view, the Hugh as already discussed it's very difficult to vote. No because for number one the Minnesota state high school leagues mission is to create opportunity for kids Esser mission. Nasa mission statement and one of their belief statements is that. Well, I I can it that students should have equal opportunity to participate. Yep. Or any activity in the school? Okay. Now sitting there are unique. Yes for volleyball unique thing about that. Is it puts everybody in a funny place because volleyball is in the school, not because generally speaking, it's about the girls that don't get to play in a sport..
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"Seven three four I don't care. How old you are care? What gender you are. I don't care where you are on your fitness level or your life like show up, and you're gonna learn something new. Welcome to KCBS in that discussion of one of the topics making news this these KCBS indepth. Welcome to KCBS in-depth reporter, Holly Kwan when you think of sports next to surfing, you think beach volleyball, it's big at the Olympics. But now a bay area gold medalist is trying to make it more than just an every four years, spectator sport. Champions Kerri Walsh Jennings grew up in the south bay went to Stanford won three golds at the Olympics. Now, she's launching them vicious project to disrupt the traditional pro volleyball circuit by creating a hybrid competition slash music festival slash food truck slash health and wellness expo, and it's not just for athletes or weekend. Warriors. It's for the rest of us mere mortals, and it's after you buy a stadium in San Jose the last weekend in September. So I'm looking at this, and this will notion of disruption. Yes, is is intriguing because because it sounds like at least on my part. It sounds like you're trying to make things better. We are. And in what way I mean? How do you? How do you take on something as big as the establishment? Oh, how well, you know. It's a relative term because the establishment that we're taking on. We're not even taking them on. It's just like we see avoid and lack an opportunity to create something new, and we are going to innovate and in the process were disrupting. So what we're talking about is beach volleyball, the sport of beach volleyball, and by bought large is beautifully powerfully healthy. We are the number one sport for girls. Eight eight to eighteen and the numbers keep increasing and the grassroots efforts NCWA collegiate programs. These are all gang busters, however at the top of the pyramid. The professional side of the sport is dying and his dying slowly and therefore team USA that you directory that we've been kicking. For the past twenty years. We're going down because every professional right now, they train they hustle like they're professionals, but they're getting paid like hobbyists the number one player in the in the country last year made thirty thousand dollars we pay to travel to train for lodging. So that's number one player. So imagine what five through ten or making or ten below. So the sport is dying and with p fourteen forty is doing were repackaging. And we presenting the way the sports brought to market we're bringing in other elements, like health awareness, personal development and live entertainment because we want to bring net new boss to the game. The sport itself is perfect, but beach volleyball fans don't wanna pay to show up, but the beach volleyball, he gets you you feel like it's been it's hugely popular every four year. Exactly. Well, that's the I love that. You said that. So right now, what's keeping a small, and it was really hard for me when I came across this realization is the Olympics were only relevant once every four years. We are the number one sport, volleyball and beach volleyball combined at the Olympic Games every summer, then one sport viewing. In attendance, it's early and then we go away because only the top players in the world are only chasing gold medals. So we need to do what p fourteen forty is doing is. We are creating the NBA ATP NHL NFL NFL type model where the athletes cut their teeth make their living on the tour itself and the Olympics is the icing on top. But if you're only you're only focused on a metal for years from now, the world's not gonna care until about three and a half years from now. So we need the three sixty five twenty four seven Ellis summer a beach volleyball, and creating there was a Bali volleyball tournament of beach volleyball tournament that was down here Darrow yet. A couple of years in a row ABC. Yes. Right. I remember going down there and covering it. A couple of years in a row, and it seemed really really popular. And it was it had a lot of people coming down there caused a huge amount of traffic. So I I find it hard to believe that there isn't a spectator interest. There's a huge spectator interest. It's just right now. The current situation domestically is that it's a beach volleyball property only. So you have to love beach by bought in order to show up. But when you show up on site, you're going to watch the best in the country. But usually you're gonna show up watch your favorite team in the leave. The thing that we're doing at p fourteen forty is that we are creating a festival experience. So you're gonna have so many offerings to choose from. If you have kids, we're gonna have a rock climbing wall. We're going have a kids zone. We're gonna kids court where they can play. We're gonna have a health and wellness village where you can learn from the experts that have about how you should be feeling yourself. We're gonna have a live podcast taping. With Tom Bill you of impact. So there's -education around mindfulness and mindset, and you can train like the athletes with the experts that we're going to have on hand, you recover like the athletes in a recovery row. You know? So we're adding these elements because you know, words, don't teach only experienced teachers in the one thing I get so often from kids from parents from athletes in their forties. Fifties there's like who. Who what is the go-to resource? Like, how do I do this life and keep a sending in life instead of feeling overburden overwhelmed, and we are creating that p fourteen forty you know, so we want to be the go-to ecosystem or resource center to have tangible experiences. So that you can therefore take what you've learned and go apply it to your life to live a better feeling life. Is it I I'm seeing two different things. Like number one, either bringing your kids like you said, you know, the kids can train they can get interested in it. But, but I I is it also getting people interested in like, you know, how people are running like half marathons now man, and so many more and a lot of them are women that are in their thirties and forties. Yeah. Doing that. Do you envision than trying to because nothing would make me happier than to be able to play beach volleyball? Keep thinking like, okay. It is like that. That train has left the station the hardest part. That's not true in live unless you think it is like how your mindset is so important in life. Okay. So our dear friends, the Snyder family, they invented the color run. You're probably familiar global initiative, and they wanted to get kids and families and communities moving together. And the way they did that they lowered the barrier to entry. You know, if you go if you set up for a ten K or an iron man, like it's gnarly, it feels like you have to be a certain level to show up and participate the color run gets rid of that. It's about fun. It's not moving. It's about community. That's what we're doing at fourteen forty. We are so inclusive. I don't care. How old you are? I don't care what gender you are. I don't care where you are in your fitness level or your life like show up, and you're gonna learn something new and you're going to get practical takeaways to go and implement in your life. But you know, it's just access is important people need to see it, and touch it and feel it my parents I grew up in Saratoga twenty minutes from Stanford University. They took me to Stanford games. I was a ball kid as viable games growing up that planted the seed in my head. That paved the way for my whole life. I ended up going to Stanford ten years later. You know, what his college scholarship I've been to five Olympics because of the seeds that were planted and so p fourteen forty is we literally want to be gardeners, and we want to plant the seeds for everyone across the board. We certainly want to cater to kids and the families about I don't care if you're single if you're ninety if you're married, whatever it is. You know, there's there's a lot to be had. We're going to have a great, you know, food experienced you gonna come and eat drink and enjoy because we want to have you have you celebrate the moment. They're only fourteen hundred forty minutes in a day. How are you mindfully living those minutes, and that's kind of the fundamental reason why we exist? It seems very holistic because not to be all, you know, L A B kind of mindset thing. But I know what a lot of people probably think that oh for sure this is science.
"volleyball" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"Volleyball Basically just. Volleyball recites. Volleyball what's on your bucket? List Volleyball Bora-bora. Okay all. Right If you got, to see her knocks Christian, kirksey asked? His? Defense what's? Your? Why what's your why why? Do you play volleyball I think it just pushes me to work hard. And everything I do because like even like from volleyball you get like. Life lessons for everything so I think it just helps push. Me. And everything Thank you All, right next You got all your, girls of you you'd better come up with one that. Was all right? Who's this coach. This is Taylor, our number nine. Junior right. Side I'm five eleven, six to not Okay How about? You would you do to get ready for the. Season I. Was on the team western just plain. Jail throughout my entire life is the. Competitive additive of at. All it? Just, kinda prepares. You, for. Anything you just? Play volleyball nothing else yes just five oh okay Least favorite Cambridge wrote least favorites. Probably cooperation drill favorite. I go? Eleanor, triples in. Your, rival Paddle for sure okay you have hobbies pretty much just volleyball girls wow. That's okay how 'bout. Bucket list travel the world anywhere really And what's your wife I've been playing my. Mom started it really she, was a viable player two older sisters that both played south kinda, got thrown into it. But I love it Yes I'm going to, ask you what credit do you give your sisters for making the, player you are today Really helped, me when I was younger and stuff get into it and kind of fall in love with it so This is Kylie Snyder she's a. Middle right side senior number one highly how you doing great testing Kylie your senior what schools will be looked at if you. Have Not very many dislike three schools trying to Symbols I can't I don't wanna go Wallis That's. Okay you'll get a good education. There Field yet you you might want to get, into medical field like, pediatric nursing job seeker me telling the. Story but I tell it all the time you're sixty thousand people in this world, that are, one hundred or more a year twenty fifty eight hundred fifty thousand one hundred or more so guess what we. Need a. Lot of medical people like yourself Good I'm glad you're going into it how? About you leasing favorite drove from rob Klein recently Yeah probably. Cooperation and favorites is like regular six on six okay Your rivals just Pat? On easy oh give me one that. Will stick in your. Mind? Rescue. Life. Promise, them on our game that was pretty good really wow. Okay Bucket. List Now I haven't really set any goals I know. You don't want to go anywhere Just like travel I don't want to What's? Your why why do you play volleyball? Why do I play I just I. Just enjoy it like I wouldn't play if. I didn't enjoy it I. Enjoy coming to the. Core dangerous being they're. Playing with? My? Team I love the people? I play away enjoyable All right next up John coach will we got this is Caitlin creche. She's a sophomore GS libero number eleven Caitlyn. What's the tell me the. Key to being a. Good back row player I think? It's always your feet always being loud I think it's really Really. A big part is being encouraging everyone having good. Attitude lifting people up You're. Playing in that spot, in the balls? On the other side of the net what is it you're you're looking for what are you? Trying to what's the next thing they're gonna do and how do you know how do? You figure out the? Next thing you're gonna do besides a coach for that what do you do Well I'm gonna? Look who's getting set where where everyone's got you try to read the tendencies of the center when you get into the second set of a of a match yeah if someone's on? Fire they're probably gonna Go right back to? That. Header always be ready, for the dump Tell me what it's like when you make a diving save or you make, something that looks impossible and you get their. Pickup off, the ground it turns into a? Positive for your team. I mean, what's, what does that through, team that's the best feeling I mean personally, it's the, best feeling but like when everyone. Comes in the huddle everyone's smiling Just It seems like it'd be tough because there's going to be balls that you just can't get to or balls you miss. Hit how do you keep your attitude? Up how do you keep going I mean I try not? To dwell on my mistakes Look for what I already did well and. Try to, keep going on with what I'm doing good Best of luck? To you thank you ExCo Ainsley McLaughlin number. Fifteen junior middle right side what are you looking. For coach outta easily this year. Block block block she's one of the. Better blocks in northeast Ohio I think. She's division one player she's hitting really. High percentage right now I wanted to. Hit about three hundred she sitting over four hundred right now, so she's doing. Really well and easy tell me what what your the time you got last, year the valuable play you got last, year with that who's done for you going into this. Season It just has prepared me for this season and. Has got me lot experience that. I needed for this with the help. Sixty two so are you facing generally. Players that are taller newer you are. You are you about them about the. Same height or a little taller what do you need to, do to to to make yourself better than than those across the net at the same way I guess just be aware of everything and know where the center is gonna set the? Ball and just commit What's what's the most difficult thing about. Being a good blocker on their side I don't know just Difficult Give Walker is Oh. Baby just pressing Was? That, was. A question You know what's better getting a good. Killer or a Greek wine I like getting a good block All right good luck. To you this year thank you This is Mattie. Orrick junior Oh s., number six in, Mattie position, I, asked you? Your teammate this what's the what's the hardest? Thing about playing back, there Probably just like moving your feet and, like getting to every ball Mike like if you make a mistake you have. To, like get like. A great pass, next Exeter like, a lot, of, pressure sometimes? And watch a lot of football at all Yeah sometimes sometimes defensive back, if they could beat you gotta come right back in the same if you You? Gotta get right back up again so what always played that? Position, yeah so what what do you think what's the best way to prepare for a back. Row player Just like wraps and like keep like having teammates hit, really hard at us like you get? Like the experience for like better teams. And when you're when you're on? The. When the balls on the other? Side of the net how're you anticipate where you're gonna go Stain base and then you just have to like. Wait till they like get in the air because sometimes they like change their direction at the, last second you just had to like View enjoy the pressure of playing in that position he I actually like it a lot and what do you like better playing for coach robber, coach rich you can't hear I didn't play for, coach. Last year so All right well good luck to. You Users a, free amigos our freshman. Kenzi craftsman. Freshman, middle number twenty one Good how, about you what. Program How. Are. You I'm five eleven five eleven how long have you. Played, volleyball. For about four? Years okay You play all summer long jail yeah I have very. Good Tell me so far this? Year what, is. Your least favorite drill from my? Least, favorite probably off blah My favorite's probably what's that? Thirty to one Four thirty Oh fifty four. Thirty two. All right Obviously I like to hang with my family and. Friends and, just play volleyball. Bucket lists Probably go to Hawaii Get a good. Job in a family And number two you what what number number. Of your. Own twenty one twenty one all right What's your why why do you play. Volleyball I play. It because? I feel like I can always just improve and never. Be down Stop the sport Next up. Yet. Another freshman Yep this just go Wilson just outside show outside right. Side number. Thirteen number. Thirteen just skip welcome to the show about you do this summer. To get ready I took a lot of private lessons in worked with rob because I knew that if I wanted to comment as a freshman, and play up like MARCY and JV that I had to be prepared in try my hardest, and work hard Very good A smart thing, to do especially the one, on one like I. Said before all. Right up are you favorite? Least favorite my least favorite jail is off lock and my favorite gel. Is Illinois. Triples Rob's.
"volleyball" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais
"And then eventually when they choose the fashion, they will become better that whatever they like to do. You know, my son is funny as we're talking about our kids right now. My son is fun is that he loves to go to do sports. Performance training could take her leave sport itself right now. So he's like, I don't know if I want to play basketball, but yet that I like on training with other nine year olds in the gym and kind of moving around like dynamic warm up and all that stuff like pulling sleds, there's no weights on the sled, but you know that type of movement he loves and I'm not my head going. This is really good. Good for you. With. Good. Yeah. Okay. So Marco, how, okay. You've got a you keep coming back to this word grit. How do you think about the concept of grit. I think. You know it's about knowing I, first of all, you need to know why you're doing something great per se. It's like a could be flagellation do it to yourself to our meal sale. That's not with us a grit. It's to me, it's knowing, you know where you're going with it. You know, for me was in I mentioned knowledge. I knew I wanted to learn something and I needed to. I had all these brick walls Bill in front of me, and I needed to go through them to get to that knowledge because it was the only way to get it so that that to me was was I know what I'm going, I know is going to be half, I know alive up sickles and I know I'm going to fold and I'm going to help myself again, but I will try my best to get that. And then when I get up, find something else. So I think I think that's that's great enough seen it expressed in different ways in other people, you know, I had this athletes. Volleyball player. She, she won the beach volleyball league in Italy. She was possibly the smallest player ever coach. She was tiny. She wasn't told, but she was the hardest working volleyball player. I ever worked with. And you know to this day, she still she coaching now she is fitter than athletes so that that great is there. She is not going to give up trying to be as good as she possibly can everyday. So. The way I visualize it is that okay, you, you know, you've got some talent, some skill, some abilities. Won't you shoot try to do is try to the best you can be and to be the best you can be. You go to apply yourself. You've got to have that drive, otherwise you will. You will regress so so great for me, this is is, is the ability to navigate up the continue pursuing things. Even if they look difficult or day might not come. Mody might fail eats about continuing. I would have never rent a working a few in ninety three. When I got my first degree, what is about working growth? I would have said I may be one day, and then here I am having worked into the butts of the world, so I, you never know what's next. But what you know is that if you work hard for something, something good will happen. Love it. Okay. What have you come to understand? Like what is the one or two things that I know? That's a big question, but what if you come to understand about humans getting better and you've come from sports science perspective, confirmed that exercise science. I'm sorry, exercise physiology perspective. Traveler of the world explorer. You've got a predisposition for grit. You've got this ability get over your skis, be step into a role that seems bigger than what you're capable of and you figure it out..
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"On, camel x. profiles on Tom, acrobat. I want. To pick up where we left off before the commercial about your the. Kind of getting into the business and willing to. Do a lot of different. Things dinner with your. Parents and you, add jetties, yeah it was great in Jupiter Florida, thank you by the, way you snuck the. Check to put you on the spot you snuck the check before we. Could, grab it so thank you for dinner it's an old trick From my. Wife actually is is how to do she should we did. That early on we used to fight for people over Czech. Side I was. Able to sneak away at. Thank you too much for me. No you don't, but we had. Dinner is really good but in that conversation one. Thing, I learned about. You was that you were in high school you're. Doing, some broadcasts on the side yeah and you spend a lot, of weekends. And I would imagine weeknights doing multiple sports and. Some sports that I actually haven't tried like volleyball I've never done a volleyball match yeah I've done volleyball starting in high school and even last year when the Atlantic ten volleyball championships were here I did those. Which, was awesome because Slough was, really. Really good. That an all American player Danny Rogowski who we profiled and came wax. And they were incredible they had a great run. And it was amazing because. At the college level The. Game is so fast it's rally, scoring so you can score anytime not on like volleyball that maybe you and I are used to on the, beach, in the backyard and it's just boom boom boom boom boom boom. Boom it's like lightning and I spent a week. Watching every college volleyball match that I could find on YouTube on the..
"volleyball" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais
"Be brazil i wanna beat you know xyz i wanna i wanna i i wanna want to perform at my best which one is an you you don't have to pick one but is it be your best or kick their ass i think that you know because i'm not very result driven but i have the belief that i can win and so it's a fine line okay so let's play scenario okay how 'bout let's take world championships or olympics and you you barely contribute and you get gold scenario b you kick ass you're on fire pr's stats through the roof your running shop it's amazing to guys choke and you take a fourth and i don't wanna get i don't want you to get confused about like a selfishness to the team right right which one would you rather have there's probably other sneers could play yeah i probably have better like if we did it like it has an individual sport that would be an easier that way yeah because i know you're som just learned something about you is that you really consider of other people like you think about other people's wellbeing maybe above your own i don't know about you know i can i can be selfish as well but i've come to appreciate that we're better together and that was especially through my team sports and so now that i'm in beach volleyball it's a huge annoyance to me and i'm trying to break the mold of changing this collection of mavericks into more of a team minded you know operation and so that's what i'm trying to set out to do so i definitely thrive of contributing to something larger than just myself but it's hard for me to hear that scenario and be okay with my performance but other you know like so if you if you came back to me with golf i'm a golfer yeah i don't i really don't know what it is i don't know how to decipher the two or distinguish between the two because when i fail they're still a win what is your definition of failure if if i if i were to not make an olympic team or you know lose the game there's still more to learn through that experience and you know i think for me it was really important to sort of understand that when i'm operating at the outer edges of my bility and competing hard what i think about myself doesn't matter anymore because i have a job to do and once i sort of saw that like wow i'm not having to like overcome my mind i just don't need to think about myself because i'm much freedom in that i'm just competing yeah that's that's the gift of being completely absorbed in anything you do is you don't have to monitor yourself and evaluate if you're okay if not okay i am i doing is i thought worked no it doesn't work the machines with no no it's like everything is absorbed nearly everything majority of your resources are engaged with what you're doing and that's where you start to you know you hear about this own flow state the pocket musicians call it what percentage of the time did you spend in the pocket i think that i became pretty good at basically book marking the matches the competitive you know so you know especially started in product two thousand seven two thousand eight where i would literally go through the mental routine of okay i'm i'm i'm here to work and i'm tying my shoes them in the locker room and i'm your marking the next three hours i'm going all in on the current point in before we won the gold that year that was probably the most pure competitive months that i've ever been a part of because there was no expectation of winning.
"volleyball" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais
"By time with twenty sixteen women's indoor and beach volleyball teams i've just smelt in seen and understood what it takes to be part of a quad a four year process it is rigorous and there is deep dedication required to be able to have a shot at making the team i mean it is flat out challenging in now imagine doing that successfully four time sixteen years not including the ten or twenty years prior to training just to get to the world stage and for him to still have that hunger to come back and to do it maybe one more final time let's see here so in this conversation we learn how reads done it i mean it's about passionate grit in perseverance and you know we discuss everything from how he struggled with confidence in early days of playing a cool is that to be one of the best in the world in having hindsight perspective about how to develop confidence and we get into that here and what it means to be clutch in why he loves putting himself on a regular basis in situations that test his capacities in there aren't many people who are able to call themselves four time olympian so i can't wait for you to learn from read in this conversation so with that let's jump right into this conversation with read pretty read what's up nava hear me too yeah this has been you know something i've watched from a distance as a someone who's appreciated been part of ali also is a treat to have you here awesome thanks yeah so first of all congratulations on four olympics that's right yeah that is rare do you know many people that have been for i don't know many people who have gone four but i certainly didn't forecast that and i don't think anybody else did you know i wasn't that the blue chip guy you know high school college early pro that you would have thought hey this is going to be somebody that's gonna have some longevity so looking back you know when you're in it you're kind of on the wheel and there was times a lot of times where i thought that i potentially had memory loss memory issues just because you know my wife or friends would just be like remember that time when we did xyz and i'd be like no and they'd be like we were there we were at this place it was dinner or whatever and i just wouldn't remember fully and i just attributed that to just being so forward direction minded and so when rio finished and it was sort of all over there was a series of events that forced me to sort of recollect and it was very fun and interesting and and yeah four olympics was was quite surprising okay let's work in reverse order what was the forcing function for you to recollect well there was two speaking engagements that.
"volleyball" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais
"So the way that i this is kind of specific volleyball but i'm sure can apply to other places the way that i framed i remember being like probably fifteen in this is around the time that that blocking becomes a thing 'cause you're tile enough in volleyball and it it's a big momentum shifter energy shifter in in our sport so that you can imagine those things in in other sports too and like a sack full i think would be similar like a defensive move that just shifts the mental in so i remember watching that happen than watching the faces of the girls who just got blocked and the body language of them and seeing how it affected them one point or two points or three points later and the rest of their team and i looked at that i'm not gonna do that i wanna i wanna figure out how to not do that so what i decided was that for any given point a really two points vailable one was in the play that we just had a i hit a ball and got blocked we lost the point the second point is that space right after that if i let them see that it affected me if i put my head down if i walk away by frustrated i lose the point but if i keep my head up shoulders back i walked back in i want the next ball than i win that point in that moment it was just about blocking but it became kind of how i thought about.
"volleyball" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais
"Exactly and to give a reachable goal i don't know that she i don't know that she thought it was reachable at a time but i think i was somewhat unusual in that most kids aren't going to go away and focus on a task like that for a long enough time to i think what she thought would have happened was i go try i can't do i get bored and stop on actually happened was i go off and i just passed the ball to myself hundreds of times and then come back and say okay ready to go which i think ended up being who i was the player right but it definitely started at that age of you know i have this thing i'm going to i'm going to do it and i'm going to do it well look at that model still at play for you yeah okay so then zoom forward to some of the thoughts that your parents installed at a young age for you and i'm just trying to get framework stuff context like okay grow growing up in san diego a warm climate houston you know pretty warm climate outside a lot inside in volleyball gyms your parents were more but performance based rather than limits otherwise in what other thoughts they installed for you at a young age that's a weird it's a weird word right install but the yet just to be almost aggressive in that term i think a lot of what i remember when i was a little bit older which i'm sure a started out when we were younger i'm in a huge part of our childhood was just you know how you treat other people you know following the golden rule in all of that and then what i remember a lot growing up was just them.
"volleyball" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais
"Okay good so back sore we've known each other long time you a member of the women's national team indoor for indoor volleyball for america for the united states and we had the pleasure of knowing each other for a handful of years while you're competing on the world stage so that has led me to understand something that's really unique about you that so one of the best in the world at what you do with indoor women's volleyball to make the national team in the united states is a significant marker of command of craft and i just want to ask you one question before i take that thought any further what is your relationship with pain i would say we have a very close relationship i don't love it but i think i've i've come to a place in my life where i can i can accept its presence okay that's a big deal because you've lived with it for a long time chronic pain yeah in a way that some of the brightest minds in medicine haven't figured out what's going on for you and so can you can you walk us through early years and like what that was like growing up just to set the context for this what i think is an extraordinary commitment to be able to pursue whatever it is that you pursuing in your case volleyball in context with incredible pain so just shape the earlier's yes earlier is pre pain.
"volleyball" Discussed on WGTK
"Hinted at last hour this is in the new york times today transgender volleyball star in brazil is olympics and stirs debate the second most popular sport in brazil is volleyball i of course is football or soccer and by the way i understand that i i find the volleyball fascinating it the it's an amazing thing what they are able to use the hard hit balls at their able to return it's really it's it's what i don't by the way it's one of the few sports i have absolutely no preference for male or female it looks equally talented to me maybe the men can hit it a little harder but it doesn't mean anything it's have no interest in women's basketball i'm not saying one shouldn't i just don't i mean to be honest i don't have much trust in men's basketball either it's not it's not my sport of choice but if i had to see one or the other i would watch men do it but in volleyball it doesn't matter it's fascinating to watch either men or women playing it's a very big deal in brazil and there is this tall very strong woman if you see her arms you will you will understand that i'm looking at a picture of her right now she's undergone surgeries to to be a woman she obviously feels as as one if i met her i would probably think she is a woman in even if i didn't i would i would i would say she as courtesy to this person the question is is it fair to compete with a male body even if you've undergone surgery even is it fair to compete with a male body against other women of the women who were born with it who have female biology we'll be back you're listening to the.
"volleyball" Discussed on KGO 810
"Have a bunch of beautiful toned bodies running around in practically nothing when their underwear volleyball at their sexual peaks you're gonna have enormous sexual energy in the place and you shouldn't pretend otherwise i wi volleyball players play in panties there is no reason no i was molested by an adult male friend of the family when as young teenager i got him to stop by threatening to tell my father i never told my father because i knew my father that would kill him and i didn't want my father get in trouble just a reason why sometimes kids don't tell their parents we've gotten a couple of those boy we gotta that that's pretty interesting as pretty interesting you've got an where we've gotten more than one of those i coach of girls of volleyball team had a girls dead tell me that her daughter could make it to the tournament last weekend because she wouldn't have a ride i needed interplay was going to offer to ride i chose to tell him that she could miss the tournament because i didn't want to be put in a situation where i was in a car driving a female player you got to recruit a woman deride with you i have two daughters of my own and would never do anything to these players it's sad to me that i couldn't just give the girl arrived to the game but now and that is that is on the unfortunate fallout from these perot's i'm looking at this email from annonymous bomb who's on home healthcare worker for a developmentally disabled adult and it would take a while to read this whole email one of the main points of it is points out on its reminiscent of the girl who thought her dead would kill the the perpetrator the company when she came to them and said listen there's been sexual abuse here the people at the company reacted in a way that makes clear that this will be a big deal this will be a lot of trouble this will be a lot of.
"volleyball" Discussed on Coffee Podcast by Cat
"It's always coffee coffee is oil is we can find a way around it with no something popped that it was up at egger is it because you're getting high on caffeine has that really the positive travel up on because it helps boss set and spike much more efficiently than anybody else away it does help me jump at sky like year your pre workout these days to be you this is totally unrelated argue the tolerant end of a volleyball player or ukraine did us in a row i would say i'm on the taller and at any just enes female i guess and like using pulse sexism sports now but as a girl i'm usually the tell us i'm just trying to picture of the volleyball beach volleyball seeing wollo people your high i just you're still you're still tolerated everything i am yoga units along the dudes are macron's for june needs to do volleyball and they're all like short to average and they're all fairly competitive in pretty good at it that is all can jump by yeah jump like it helped so much and now was like my easy transition from vasco to volleyball is like oh just cut the ball like right over the at it's easy to hit it down i can imagine having to like pick it up and not have a high temperature swabbing little cubes all the time do not in my house try not with a little kids but.