Food Insecurity

It’s not what you think. Food insecurity is a real thing that many athletes deal with on a daily basis. I dealt with it all throughout high school. Imagine... See More

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It’s not what you think. Food insecurity is a real thing that many athletes deal with on a daily basis. I dealt with it all throughout high school. Imagine trying to go to school, study, practice, train, play a game, maximize your academic, athletic, social, emotional, and human potential on an empty stomach. That’s exactly what Coach Doc discusses with Aaaron Carter of the Philadelphia Inquirer on his series focusing on food insecurity with athletes in Philadelphia. This is the best podcast so far and a great way to kick off 2020!

It’s not what you think. Food insecurity is a real thing that many athletes deal with on a daily basis. I dealt with it all throughout high school. Imagine trying to go to school, study, practice, train, play a game, maximize your academic, athletic, social, emotional, and human potential on an empty stomach. That’s exactly what Coach Doc discusses with Aaaron Carter of the Philadelphia Inquirer on his series focusing on food insecurity with athletes in Philadelphia. This is the best podcast so far and a great way to kick off 2020!

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Dr. Antonio Harrison "Coach Doc"

Antonio “Coach Doc” Harrison, is a life-long athlete, including a former NCAA Collegiate football player. He has spent the last four years been as a High School Varsity Defensive Coordinator has added to his family with a total of three sons. He earned a Ph.D. in Behavior Analysis, the science of human behavior, with an emphasis in Health, Sports, and Fitness, including publications in scientific journals and multiple presentations on effective and safe ways to teach tackling and increased motivation in athletes. From Swimming to MMA to Basketball, coaches to athletes to trainers, Coach Doc will cover it all and how preparing the psyche is just as important, if not more so, when it comes to competition.