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Leslie is a dedicated mom and advocate who talks about early indicators that parents can be on the lookout for as their children grow from infancy into their pre-school years. She also shares a wealth of information to help us understand the way a child instinctively acts to protect themselves as they find their way in the world.…
 
IEPs and More with Kathy Greco explores the people and stories involved in education and care of students with needs, Kathy is an experienced lawyer that has dedicated her practice to this area of law to help parents who are often unfamiliar with the laws that define education for students with needs. In this second episode (part 2 of 2) we continu…
 
IEPs and More with Kathy Greco explores the people and stories involved in education and care of students with needs, Kathy is an experienced lawyer that has dedicated her practice to this area of law to help parents who are often unfamiliar with the laws that define education for students with needs. In this first episode (part 1 of 2) we meet Ann…
 
Episode 50 has Hall commenting on the unusual training schedule for the Team USA Olympians. After that, US National Team member "Mr. Fantastic" Benji Peak drops by the program for the very first time. At the Olympic Trials, Peak caught fire and garnered nearly as much "mainstream" wrestling attention as the tournament winners, but he was already we…
 
Multi-time World Team member and 2016 Olympian Robby Smith joins the show to discuss retirement, the legacy of Mark Halvorson, and becoming the head assistant coach at the place where it all began, the Community Youth Center in Concord, California. Photo: Smith with Halvorson at 2015 World Championships by Tony Rotundo.…
 
Episode 48 brings a pair of familiar figures to the forefront: Austin Morrow (77 kg, NYAC/NTS) and USA Greco-Roman Manager of Operations Gary Mayabb. Morrow, one of the country's more popular athletes thanks in large part to his exceedingly friendly persona, is also in the midst of a career upswing following his move up in weight prior to the Olymp…
 
Dennis Hall sinks his teeth into the recent "Ranking Series" event for US Seniors and sheds some light on the upcoming mentoring program being implemented by the National program. Old pal and Oregon State assistant Nate Engel drops by for the first time in a while to discuss how his Beavers overcame several challenges this season to wind up with si…
 
Junior World bronze, US National Team member, and now multi-time NCAA Division 1 Qualifier Taylor LaMont comes on to discuss folkstyle's place in American Greco-Roman development as well as how he has navigated training concerns so far this season. After LaMont, 2018 US Open runner-up Jessy Williams goes deep on a variety of topics, including the s…
 
Episode 44 features a reinvigorated Hall as well as two guests, Army wrestlers Toby Erickson and Michael Hooker. With UWW updating the rules for Greco and an overseas trip on the horizon for US National Team members, there is plenty to discuss.Tim Hands, FivePointMove.com による
 
Episode 43 features Millersville University head coach and former US Greco-Roman National Team member Kerry Regner in his first appearance on the program. Regner provides an overview of how he has stayed on top of his athletes despite their season being canceled while also sharing his perspective on why Greco-Roman, or any wrestling style, can succ…
 
In what has become an annual tradition, if by accident, the Five Point Move Podcast is here with the Thanksgiving 2020 Special. Hall assumes his duties as co-host to discuss the match between Ben Provisor and Fritz Schierl along with the various tie-ins all three have with one another. After that, some off-topic commentary on the general state of t…
 
Episode 41 brings together a pair of Minnesota Storm teammates with whom everyone is familiar: two-time Senior National runner-up Calvin Germinaro and Alec "The Gunslinger" Ortiz. Germinaro just added a silver from the U23 Nationals to his collection while Ortiz's last time out was his third-place showing at the Senior event in October. Topics hold…
 
The 40th episode of the podcast sees Hall return from a brief hiatus to discuss why the US Nationals, despite talk of limited participation and general uncertainty, should be a tournament top athletes consider entering, as well as what his general approach might be as a competitor if faced with the same decision. Three-time U23 World Team member Je…
 
Episode 39 presents two well-known athletes discussing a variety of recent, relevant topics. First up is Army National Team member Luke Sheridan, who details the challenges and frustrations military athletes are currently experiencing as they wait for clearance to return to action. After that, Greco "folk hero" Corey Hope goes nuclear on items rang…
 
Episode 38 involves a number of topics that have been making the rounds recently, including how wrestling is covered in the United States, the interest in "hybrid matches", and the challenges surrounding a Senior World Championships in December. MWC founder and multi-time Cadet World Team coach Zac Dominguez then makes his first appearance on the p…
 
Episode 37 welcomes back "Wildman Sam" Sammy Jones, who in December appeared in his third straight US National final, making him one of the premier names at 60 kilograms leading up to the now-postponed Olympic Trials. Everything is on the table with Sammy, including interesting perspectives on how faith has shaped his competitive outlook, as well a…
 
With Hall sitting on the sidelines for Episode 36, Joe Betterman hops aboard and digs into a few important topics -- such as the Olympic Trials postponement, if he is thinking about coming back, and why team duals would help get more eyeballs on Senior Greco. WBU head coach Todd Allen makes his first appearance on the show in the second segment to …
 
Episode 35's main talking point is easy: the United States' success at the 2020 Pan-Am Olympic Qualifier. With four weights now accounted for in advance of Tokyo, co-host Dennis Hall breaks down the most important aspects to achieving the mission and wonders how the current uncertainty surrounding international competition will affect athletes trai…
 
The most important day of the season is almost here for US Greco athletes, as Episode 34 puts a spotlight on the Pan-Am Olympic Qualifier. Co-host Dennis Hall shares his perspective on what wrestlers should be thinking about entering the tournament, and speaks to the pressures wrestlers face when attempting to accomplish the mission. After that, Ar…
 
Episode 33 offers a quick glance back at the US Nationals but is mainly focused on the Ranking Series tournament in Italy. After that, Marine National Team member Jamel Johnson makes his first appearance on the program and appraises his recent results while providing his perspective on what was one of the most violent matches in recent memory. SUBS…
 
With the US Nationals now just one day away, Episode 32 of the Five Point Move Podcast provides an overview of each weight class along with some of the major storylines surrounding the tournament. In addition, co-host Dennis Hall shares his opinion on training plans for athletes who fall short of qualifying for the Olympic Trials before providing a…
 
In this special Thanksgiving episode of the podcast, co-host Dennis Hall explains some of his coaching methods early on in the scholastic season before the conversation shifts back to the Senior Greco athletes who are overseas. And, of course, Hall once again angrily points out the scheduling issues leading up to the Olympic Trials. SUBSCRIBE TO TH…
 
Episode 30 of the Five Point Move Podcast sees co-host Dennis Hall offer what he feels is constructive criticism regarding the state of USA Greco-Roman wrestling and how athletes prepare. Also on board as a guest is multi-time National Team member Jon Anderson, who is making his season debut this week at the Bill Farrell Memorial. A can't-miss show…
 
Episode 29 of the Five Point Move Podcast features host Tim Hands and a pair of Junior World medalists. Alston Nutter and Peyton Omania join the show to talk about their careers, events in Estonia and the Olympic year moving forward. SUBSCRIBE TO THE FIVE POINT MOVE PODCAST Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Spreaker | Google Podcasts | RSS…
 
Episode 28 of the Five Point Move Podcast visits with World Team members Max Nowry and Joe Rau for another discussion about Greco-Roman wrestling, food, musical instruments, Max knowing his roots and Joe buying cars. Nowry and Rau are set to compete at the 2019 World Wrestling Championships in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan. This one is pure entertainment.…
 
Episode 26 of the Five Point Move Podcast visits with Princeton's Lenny Merkin and the most recent addition to the USOPTC Greco-Roman resident athlete Nolan Baker. Join host Tim Hands as he talks with both about their respective journeys through Greco and college. SUBSCRIBE TO THE FIVE POINT MOVE PODCAST Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Spreaker | Googl…
 
Tim Hands returns with Dennis Hall in a one-on-one as the two talk about the recent state of Greco-Roman wrestling and all things in between. Hall never pulls any punches. SUBSCRIBE TO THE FIVE POINT MOVE PODCAST Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Spreaker | Google Podcasts | RSSTim Hands, FivePointMove.com による
 
Tim Hands has a full show today with Greco-Roman world teamers Joe Rau, Pat Smith and Max Nowry. Rau and Smith are making their second appearances on the U.S. Senior World Team while Nowry, a past University-level world champion, is making his first appearance. The show focuses on the Final X process and Greco's inclusion in 2019. SUBSCRIBE TO THE …
 
Senior Editor of Five Point Move Tim Hands breaks down the upcoming U.S. World Team Trials Challenge Tournament in Greco-Roman at the upcoming event in Raleigh. Check out all the U.S. Greco-Roman news at FivePointMove.com, 2017-18 National Wrestling Media Association Website of the Year.Tim Hands, FivePointMove.com による
 
The Five Point Move Podcast returns with a super big show featuring guest co-host Sammy Jones and guests Lucas Sheridan and Sam Hazewinkel. It's Greco season, but at Five Point Move, it's ALWAYS Greco season.Tim Hands, FivePointMove.com による
 
The Five Point Move Podcast returns with a super big show featuring Dennis Hall, Paul Tellgren, Ellis Coleman and Alec Ortiz. There's a lot to catch up on since the last episode prior to the World Championships, so here it is, in all its glory. [powerpress] Get the complete story from FivePointMove.com SUBSCRIBE TO THE FIVE POINT MOVE PODCAST Apple…
 
Spenser Mango joins the show to talk about the U.S. Greco-Roman team's performance in Germany while World Teamer Jesse Thielke takes a break from talking wrestling and goes toe-to-toe with Dennis Hall on Wisconsin-based trivia.Tim Hands, FivePointMove.com による
 
Multi-time World Team member and 2016 Olympian Robby Smith (130 kg, NYAC) is leaving the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs — his home for 13 years — to join 2014 World Teamer Joe Rau (87 kg) at the Chicago Regional Training Center on the campus of Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. Rau, 27, had previously competed for Minnesot…
 
Five Point Move returns as hosts Tim Hands and Dennis Hall talk with U.S. World Team members Adam Coon and Ellis Coleman as they prepare for the 2018 World Championships in Budapest, Hungary in October.Tim Hands, FivePointMove.com による
 
Five Point Move returns with hosts Tim Hands and Dennis Hall as they visit with a pair of accomplished Greco-Roman stars, Max Nowry and Pat Smith. Stories abound, so strap in and don't get thrown.Tim Hands, FivePointMove.com による
 
The Flying Squirrel, Ellis Coleman, joins the Five Point Move Podcast with host Tim Hands to talk about the state of Greco, his career and of course, the rules. Coleman's represented the U.S. on both World and Olympic teams in his career.Tim Hands, FivePointMove.com による
 
The dynamite Junior World Champion Kamal Bey joins Dennis Hall and Tim Hands for Episode 9 of the FivePointMove Podcast. An Illinois native, Bey has been training at the U.S. Olympic Training Center since his senior year of high school. The dynamic force scored 61 points en route to winning the Junior World title in Tampere, Finland in August.…
 
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