Power of Meditation

One of the oldest form of mental stability is less of a priority in the year 2018. There are multiple websites and articles that explained the importance of exercising, dieting, or even find therapist, but do not explain if that is even necessary. The most important activity to be aware of, is the lack of… Read More

Nutrition Talk With Julia Ladewski

This episode of Social Sports Chat features personal trainer and fitness professional Julia Ladewski. Julia have been working with athletes for several years helping them reach their athletic goals. Nutrition is a very important part with athletes and Julia have knowledge and experience in the area. Solomon also spoke about his vegan experience and how… Read More

Overcoming Physical and Emotional Injuries Featuring Terrell Jackson

Solomon interviews one of his old teammates from the University at Buffalo. They looked back at the 2008 University at Buffalo championship football team and talked about the up’s and downs of playing college football. They spoke about having to not be starters in college and learning to humbled themselves for the bigger picture in… Read More

Heart Of A Champion: When Things Get Tough Just Keep Pushing Featuring Bryant McKinnie

Social Sports Chat released their latest episode featuring retired NFL pro bowl left tackle Bryant McKinnie, who played on multiple teams in the NFL and played for the 2001 University at Miami team that won the national championship in 2002. Solomon spoke to him about what it means to have a heart of a champion.… Read More

Entitlement Featuring Coach Scott Pilkey from Erie Community College

The topic on entitlement was based on the conversation from Solomon Richberg and Coach Pilkey a few weeks prior the podcast. They had a 30 minute discussion about the issue and why this should be talked about more. Entitlement have been used more often in sports today then a generation or two ago. It goes… Read More

Leadership On And Off The Field Featuring Ron Hilaire

Leadership as an athlete is never an easy thing to do, especially when there are 100 other players on a college football. Ronald Hilaire was the captain for the University at Buffalo and was on the 2008 MAC championship team that defeated an 12-0 Ball State team. 9 years later, he is the head coach… Read More

Social Sports Chat Art of Fitness Featuring Ron Betta

Social Sports Chat introduced Ron Betta who is the owner of Art of Fitness gym. The discussion covers how important it is to focus on the mental and emotional aspect of fitness. Physically aspect is important, but if the client is not stable mentally or emotionally, then it would be difficult for the client to… Read More