In this episode Carli tells us about how she started playing ultimate in a mostly mixed setting, and how important it was for her to play on an all-girls team for the first time. She talks about her time playing for the German national team, and her eventual transition into coaching. She details her growth as a coach, and how her experience coaching has changed over the years as she has gotten more years under her belt. She discusses key parts of her coaching philosophy, and how her coaching style changes depending on the level of team that she is working with. Finally, she mentions her current education, and explains how her studies are interconnected with her coaching growth.
This is the seventh episode of Season 2 of Share the Air. To listen to previous guests, check out our Season 1 episodes wherever you get your podcasts. If you want to hear even more of us, check out our Patreon page, where you can listen to bonus content every two weeks, as well as access other cool benefits! We already have a number of bonus episode out, filled with new interviews, thoughtful discussions, great stories, and extra content that we couldn't fit into the original episodes. Also, if you want to rep some sweet Share the Air gear, check out our new store, courtesy of VC Ultimate! For more information on upcoming episodes, follow us on our socials: Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
Share the Air is hosted by Tulsa Douglas and Luisa Neves. It is planned, edited, and produced by Tulsa Douglas, Luisa Neves, and Tim Bobrowski. Share the Air's music is by Grey Devlin and Christopher Hernandez. Share the Air is sponsored by the National Ultimate Training Camp, VC Ultimate, and the Centre for Applied Neuroscience.