22 episodes

Sports medicine practitioners recognizing, addressing, and catalyzing change within their spheres of influence. Hosts Adam Cady, Christopher Bates, and Kristen Ross focus specifically on the issue of “race” in America, its disparaging impact on our society, and how that is reflected within the world of athletic training.

The AT Last Podcast AT LAST

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 76 Ratings

Sports medicine practitioners recognizing, addressing, and catalyzing change within their spheres of influence. Hosts Adam Cady, Christopher Bates, and Kristen Ross focus specifically on the issue of “race” in America, its disparaging impact on our society, and how that is reflected within the world of athletic training.

    The Sierra Project: A field report from Sierra Cruz

    The Sierra Project: A field report from Sierra Cruz

    In this bonus episode, we sit down with graduate student Sierra Cruz and discuss the impact AT Last has had on Sierra's journey. We break down the financial, educational, network access, and health and wellness measures during her recent clinical rotation at Stanford University.
    Music Credit - Title: “Chill Day”, Author: “ LAKEY INSPIRED, Source: “Chill Day — LAKEY INSPIRED“, License: “CC BY-SA 3.0”

    • 54 min
    Self Regulation

    Self Regulation

    In the final episode of season 2, we have a poignant conversation with Dr. Stuart Shanker on the topic of Self Regulation and it's potential impacts on pracitioners and patients alike.
    Music Credit - Title: “Chill Day”, Author: “ LAKEY INSPIRED, Source: “Chill Day — LAKEY INSPIRED“, License: “CC BY-SA 3.0”

    • 1 hr 30 min
    Revolutionizing Sports Medicine

    Revolutionizing Sports Medicine

    The team sits with a real life revolutionary and president of Black Lives Matter Greater NY, Hawk Newsome. In this episode, they discuss every citizen's role in the betterment of our communities and supporting People of Color.
    Music Credit - Title: “Chill Day”, Author: “ LAKEY INSPIRED, Source: “Chill Day — LAKEY INSPIRED“, License: “CC BY-SA 3.0”

    • 1 hr 2 min
    The Recurrent Impacts of Systemic Racism on Aquatic Sports

    The Recurrent Impacts of Systemic Racism on Aquatic Sports

    The AT Last Team chops it up with Chief Sports Performance Officer of USA Water Polo, John Abdou. We engage on the topics of DEI, high performance, leadership, and John’s personal experience in sport as an Egyptian-American.
    Music Credit - Title: “Chill Day”, Author: “ LAKEY INSPIRED, Source: “Chill Day — LAKEY INSPIRED“, License: “CC BY-SA 3.0”

    • 1 hr 23 min
    The Intersections of Sports, Mental Health, DEI, and Sport Performance

    The Intersections of Sports, Mental Health, DEI, and Sport Performance

    The AT Last Team has an honest and open conversation with a world leader in mental health and sport psychology, Dr. Kensa Gunter. In addition, Dr. Gunter is a DEI advocate and leader.
    Music Credit - Title: “Chill Day”, Author: “ LAKEY INSPIRED, Source: “Chill Day — LAKEY INSPIRED“, License: “CC BY-SA 3.0”

    • 1 hr 40 min
    We Can't Help Everyone, But We Can Purposefully Affect The Lives of a Few

    We Can't Help Everyone, But We Can Purposefully Affect The Lives of a Few

    On this episode, our team has an engaging conversation with a highly successful non profit leader in Afam Onyema. We dissect the meaning of "helping others" and discuss the trials and tribulations that we have experienced.
    Music Credit - Title: “Chill Day”, Author: “ LAKEY INSPIRED, Source: “Chill Day — LAKEY INSPIRED“, License: “CC BY-SA 3.0”

    • 1 hr 41 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
76 Ratings

76 Ratings

Xcited85 ,

Necessary work

I feel like I have gone to church after every episode! Great content and even more amazing intentional advocacy. Keep pushing the profession forward!

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Great content!

Great information and captivating speakers

Janeeny16 ,

Sierra’s experience

I’ve been an AT for 20 years and the part of the podcast that chastised the preceptor for telling the UD student to ask someone else about BFR when Sierra completely admitted that she was not fully versed on the topic was totally uncalled for. She thinks she is very educated but she is a first year grad student with a LOT to learn. She shouldn’t be offended if they think someone knows more about the topic (that she fully admitted she didn’t know a lot about).

Sierra, you sound amazing and will do great things but do not feel threatened by others having more knowledge and do not say “I already am a woman who is black.” You are creating a huge wedge within the AT community by doing this. You have no idea the barriers I had to cross but I do not blame religion, gender or race which is why I’m still here after 20 years. You are only defined by those limitations because you are allowing that. Please stop perpetuating sensitivity especially by speaking about it on a podcast. I have seen many many YPs burn out or switch professions for that reason.

Shame on the moderators for saying this was because she was black. You are part of the problem. Commenting on what the “white boy” thinks is just ridiculous. Thanks for focusing on issues that you jumped to conclusions about. Correlation does not imply causation.

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