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Julia Salata

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Episode #330 with Julia Salata!

Bloodround Wrestling Podcast

This week's episode recaps the last Olympic qualifier plus Gabe/Max Dean news. Then Julia Salata jumps on to cover many topics including Michigan & Minnesota girls' high school news, King Wrestling, Wrestle Like a Girl, Helen vs Jenna, the WFS showdown in Tokyo that is the 2021 Olympics, and much more! Follow Julia Salata @jsalata Follow us at Bloodround.com and on social media @Bloodround @claunchinator @koatig This is a weekly podcast where we aim for Wednesday morning each week. We post on our website, but if you are listening on the go check us out on iTunes, Stitcher, Spreaker, and more! If you would like to sponsor an episode or send in any comments or concerns, please email Tommy at koatig@yahoo.com

1hr 41mins

13 May 2021

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Episode 48 | Only Girl On the Mat: Women’s Wrestling is Skyrocketing and Julia Salata Tells Us Why

Everyman BJJ

1hr 33mins

26 Nov 2020

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Pre-Match Chit-Chat w/ Julia Salata

Women Wrestle 2

This week on Women Wrestle 2, Alexis Porter and Arian Carpio chat with Senior National Team Member and Assistant Coach at King University, Julia Salata. Julia explains where her head's at for her upcoming match against Jane Valencia in the Nittany Lion WC card as well as gives insight on how balancing other activities has given her more gratitude for her sport. 


14 Sep 2020

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King U Asst Coach Julia Salata, Founder of #HowSheWrestles, and Employed by Wrestle Like A Girl

Ward Wrestling Live

Career Notes• 2018 U.S. Open champion• Second in 2014 World Team Trials• Third in 2012 U.S. World Team Wrestle-off• Second in 2017 U.S. Open• Third in 2014 Pan American Championships• Third in 2014 and 2016 U.S. Open• Third in 2014 University World Championships• Four-time University Nationals champion (2012-2014, 2017)• 2018 Dave Schultz Memorial International champion• Two-time Junior World Team member• Two-time WCWA national champion for King (2014-15)• Four-time WCWA All-AmericanAchievements2018: Final X runner-up… U.S. Open champion… 2017: Dave Schultz Memorial International champion (Nov. 2017)… Third in Canada Cup… Sixth in U.S. World Team Trials… University Nationals champion… Second in U.S. Open… 2016: Fourth in U.S. Olympic Team Trials… Second in University Nationals… Third in U.S. Open… 2015: Fourth in Bill Farrell International… Fourth in Dave Schultz Memorial International…2014: Third in University World Championships… Third in Pan American Championships… Second in U.S. World Team Trials… Third in U.S. Open… Third in Grand Prix of Paris… University Nationals champion… 2013: Second in Austrian Ladies Open… Sixth in U.S. Open… UWW Junior World Team member… Third in Pan American Championships… Second in Klippan Lady Open (Sweden)… University Nationals champion… 2012: Fifth in University World Championships… Eighth in UWW Junior World Championships… University Nationals Champion… Second in U.S. World Team Wrestle-Off… Fifth in U.S. Open…2011: Second in New York AC International Open… USA Wrestling Folkstyle National Championships… Pre-Junior Canada Cup champion…2010: Second in Youth Olympic Games FILA Cadet Pan American Qualifier… 2010 Youth Olympic Games Pan American Qualifier champion… Second in USA Wrestling Folkstyle Nationals…2009: Second in UWW Cadet NationalsCollege: 2014 and 2015 WCWA Nationals champion for King University… Second in 2013 WCWA Women’s College nationals… Fourth in 2012 WCWA college nationals…--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/daniel-ward9/support


8 Aug 2020

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Sally Roberts and Julia Salata talk about the next steps for women’s college wrestling

Mat Talk Podcast Network

Emerging Sports Status is now a reality for women's wrestling at the NCAA level. On Episode 608 of SHORT TIME, we catch up with Wrestle Like A Girl to see what's next.


25 Jun 2020

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Sally Roberts and Julia Salata break down the next steps for women's wrestling

Short Time Wrestling Podcast

On June 17, the next major step towards an official NCAA championship in women’s wrestling was made. The NCAA Division I Council approve Acrobatics & Tumbling and Women’s Wrestling as Division I emerging sports. Earlier this year, NCAA Division II and Division III approved women’s wrestling for Emerging Sports Status. On Episode 608 of the Short Time Wrestling Podcast, we visit with Sally Roberts and Julia Salata of Wrestle Like A Girl, one of the main driving forces into moving women’s wrestling forward on the college level. We’ll explain exactly what the next steps are for women’s wrestling among NCAA schools, the timetable on the first official NCAA championship, some of the hurdles the effort has cleared as well as what they’ve learned from other emerging sports like Beach Volleyball. Housekeeping Jon Tanaka is the newest team member! You can be cool like Jon by joining the team at patreon.com/mattalkonline. You can get the Daily Wrestling News emailed to you each and every morning by signing up at mattalkonline.com/news. Thanks for listening, everyone! If you'd like to SUPPORT THE SHOW and all the on-demand audio offerings, free newsletters and historical research AND you want to get some of that cool Compound gear, you can support this program by making a small monthly contribution to the network by following this link. SUBSCRIBE TO ROKFIN, HELP THE NETWORK Subscribe to Rokfin, a content-creator driven news outlet with exclusive and dynamic content and know your subscription revenue goes to help the independent content creators, like Mat Talk Online. Sign up and endorse @mattalkonline at Rokfin.com/mattalkonline. The Short Time Time Wrestling Podcast is proudly supported by Compound Sportswear. And if you haven't already, leave a rating and a review on Apple Podcasts. SUBSCRIBE TO SHORT TIME Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Spreaker | iHeartRadio | TuneIn | Google Podcasts | Spotify | RSS Short Time Wrestling Podcast: Episode 608 - June 24, 2020


25 Jun 2020

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HMA Interview #39: Julia Salata of Wrestle Like A Girl

Home Mat Advantage

And we're back for our 39th interview on the podcast. This week: Julia Salata of WLAG joins Jude and Sam with some special news for the future of both Home Mat Advantage and Wrestle Like A Girl. Apologies for the poor audio, there were PLENTY of technical difficulties in this episode. wrestlelikeagirl.org Follow us on Twitter and Instagram: @hmawrestling Send us emails: hmatadvantage@gmail.com 


15 Jun 2020

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AWW #31 - AWW-Wreaper Virtual Best All-Time Quarters with Emma Bruntil, Julia Salata & Lauren Mason

AWW Radio

Join the guys & guests as we get back to the Virtual Best All-Time Tourney this week with the juicy matchups in the quarterfinals. MINUTES - 0:10 Welcome & Intro | 1:45 Feedback Response | 2:45 Goals of Best All-Time | 3:30 “We’re just fans of the sport” | 5:15 Over-Under Segment | 7:00 - 50 kg | 20:50 - 53 kg | 30:00 - 57 kg | 45:40 - 62 kg | 52:50 - 68 kg | 1:00:00 - 76 kg

1hr 22mins

29 May 2020

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Only Girl On The Mat: The Brave, Bold Journey of Julia Salata

LifeJitsu: Art of Life

Only Girl on The Mat: The Brave, Bold Journey of Julia Salata Julia Salata was the lone female on her high school wrestling team and it was incredibly difficult to find a female wrestler on any team. Fast forward to today and the 2021 Olympic Games hopeful has watched women’s wrestling skyrocket across the country, with some indications that roughly 10 percent of all U.S. high school wrestlers are female. It is an astonishing rate of growth and empowerment, and mirrors the massive surges we are also seeing as girls and women train in other combat sports such as jiu jitsu, Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) and Muay Thai. In this 2-hour conversation, Julia and I explore how to build a higher-performance mindset; the sacrifices that are made in pursuit of a worthy goal, and how we have navigated and conquered injuries. Julia also also happens to be a blue belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. I was one of the first 3,000 or so Brazilian Jiu Jitsu black belts in the world, and over the years I have been fortunate to both train with, and coach, many extremely talented female grapplers. They work just as hard as their male counterparts, express just as much fighting spirit, and deserve a much bigger stage and spotlight on their major contributions toward the skyrocketing growth of Jiu Jitsu, wrestling and MMA (interesting and somewhat mind-blowing stat: Today more than 10 percent of all high school wrestlers are female, and that percentage continues to climb). Julia and I tackle many thought-provoking topics, such as: -- What percentage of male training partners does Julia think go really rough? -- Fear of losing vs. natural high of winning: Which motivates top performers more? -- Is the average female grappler a better technician than the average male? -- Do female athletes have egos as big as their male counterparts? If not, why not? -- How extraordinary is the achievement of Heaven Fitch, a high schooler in North Carolina, beating boys to claim her state title? -- Is the thrill of domination simply in our DNA? -- The Zen and tremendous satisfaction that you feel after a really hard practice, where you're sitting there dripping sweat, exhausted and relaxed and thinking, "It feels so good to have given everything and worked that hard." -- How do we grow women's sports and create more opportunities for them? -- Lessons from the mat that carry over to life beyond; -- Why women usually make great training partners; -- The mental toughness and work ethic that wrestling uploads into its athletes. Julia is an assistant coach at King’s University, one of the premiere women’s wrestling programs in the nation. Frank is a philosopher, journalist, artist and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu black belt who teaches martial arts, spiritual, mental and nutritional fitness. How to reach Frank and Julia on social media: Facebook: Juila SalataTwitter: @jsalataInstagram: @jsalataEmail: jsalata@king.eduInstagram: frank_forzaFacebook:Frank Forzawebsite: frankie@frankieforza.comEmail: frankie@frankieforza.com

1hr 55mins

8 May 2020

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AWW #27 - Interview with USA Athlete, College Coach & Women’s Wrestling Advocate Julia Salata

AWW Radio

Hear from one of the most influential & active women in the wrestling community! Julia Salata is a senior level competitor, a King University coach & works with one of the most influential organizations in the movement, Wrestle Like A Girl. This is a great interview loaded with info, insights & fun elements like “Julia Knows” & “Hot Takes.” Give a listen!

1hr 6mins

6 May 2020