Breaking down basketball in a social media world with Kevin Barton
Q's Health and Wellness Podcast With Quinn Mitchell
In this podcast I had the pleasure of having Kevin Barton on the show. Kevin is a basketball coach and mentor who is passionate about the game of basketball, during this podcast we talked about the challenges kids have nowadays when it comes to the game and how social media has affected the way kids approach the game. About Kevin: Kevin is a health fitness specialist a basketball coach and new up and coming youtube. His goal is to help individuals find and or continue to strive towards their purpose by sharing stories of his life and others who have been impacted by the game of basketball.
Remaining physically fit and active during these unprecedented times can prove to be extremely difficult. However, its extremely important to keep your mind, body and soul intact. Kevin Barton, a Health Fitness Specialist at EXOS, join me this week to provide all of us with some helpful hints on how to remain physically active in this new age of quarantine.
Kevin Barton: “We need to make urban fabric work harder”
The Developer podcast
Kevin Barton, Director at Robert Bray Associates, creates climate-resilient landscapes, including flood-mitigating playspaces and a blue-green roof that saved one Hackney developer £800,000. When it comes to designing cities, he believes we need radical change. From tyre-dust microplastics to raw sewage overflows from Victorian pipes, Barton says professionals need to challenge the urban fabric and make it work a lot harder to proactively eliminate toxins and contribute to healthier cities. “That’s where we get really excited,” says Barton. “We are a natural disaster ourselves, but for the climate’s sake, and for our sake, we need radical change and some of this will be uncomfortable.”
Kevin Barton, Robert Bray Associates and his work with Municipality of Middleburg, Netherlands
Thanks to the multidisciplinary and cross border cooperation fostered by the EU Interreg Water Resilient Cities project, a unique Anglo-Dutch collaboration was formed between the preeminent British landscape Architects and SUDs specialists Bob Bray Associates and the Municipality of Middleburg in Zeeland, NL.