Listen Now icon with microphone

Student Athletics

episode_037_youthsports_750px

In this episode, Adriana Contreras joins us to discuss the health and safety of student-athletes in high school and collegiate sports. Adriana is a voluntary Assistant Coach on the swim team at UC Davis, a Senior Group Coach for the DART swimming team, a former Assistant Swimming Coach at the University of the Pacific, Head Swimming Coach at St. Francis High School, and a certified professional and collegiate Division I soccer referee.

Adriana talks about how parents should communicate with their children’s coaches and doctors to create a healthy sporting experience, the mental health challenges brought on by high-pressure athletics—including the lessons learned from Simone Biles’ Olympic experiences—what student-athletes should know about the rules and regulations around performance-enhancing drugs, and much more.

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on pinterest
Share on email

MORE WAYS TO LISTEN

Apple podcast logo

Apple

Amazon Podcast Logo

Amazon

Google podcast logo

Google

iHeart podcast logo

iHeart

Pandora Podcast logo

Pandora

Spotify podcast logo

Spotify

Podcast Ideas

Have a podcast idea? Would you like us to interview someone in particular? Submit your podcast idea using this form.

Recent Podcasts

Alzheimer’s Breakthroughs

In this Fight Back Minicast episode, our special guest, Claire Day, discusses the symptoms of Alzheimer’s and how it differs from dementia and answers questions about the newly FDA-approved treatment for Alzheimer’s.

ICU

In this episode of Fight Back, Dr. Wes Ely, Professor of Medicine at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, gives us an inside look at Intensive Care Units. He shares what patients and their loved one’s experience when entering an ICU, the ways that COVID has led to changes in how ICU medical teams treat their patients, and so much more.

Recent Podcasts

Recent Podcasts

Alzheimer’s Breakthroughs

In this Fight Back Minicast episode, our special guest, Claire Day, discusses the symptoms of Alzheimer’s and how it differs from dementia and answers questions about the newly FDA-approved treatment for Alzheimer’s.

ICU

In this episode of Fight Back, Dr. Wes Ely, Professor of Medicine at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, gives us an inside look at Intensive Care Units. He shares what patients and their loved one’s experience when entering an ICU, the ways that COVID has led to changes in how ICU medical teams treat their patients, and so much more.