Our guest for Episode 41 is Joe Minock, Founder of AthleteProgress – a company building software to help sports clubs, teams, and private coaches clarify and expedite athlete feedback, measure individual and team progress over time, and understand efficacy of teaching concepts.
Among many things, Joe and I get into:
- What your child’s sports team has in common with the 2002 Oakland A’s.
- The cultural changes Joe’s noticed through his lifelong involvement in sports
- Why a multi-sport athlete tends to be a healthier, happier, more well-rounded person than a single-sport athlete
- The payoffs that AthleteProgress delivers for players even when they’re off the field
Follow Joe on Twitter @JoeMinock.
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