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Steve Boyle

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In Conversation: Steve Boyle

The Leaders Council Podcast

Steve Boyle is the managing director at Moshon Data, a company which provides training and consultancy services in advanced driver assistance systems. This also involves manufacturing a range of soft targets that represent real-world vehicles or roadside items, which allow car manufacturers to test their vehicle safety technology.

34mins

23 Mar 2022

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80: 2-4-1 Sports | Steve Boyle

Love What You Play

Steve Boyle is widely recognized as the national leader in sport sampling and physical literacy in the United States. He is a former Division 1 athlete and has nearly 30 years of experience in counseling, teaching, working with children with cancer, athletic and life coaching, as well as multiple entrepreneurial successes. Steve’s mission is to leave a sustainable legacy that will allow every citizen to gain the ability, balance, confidence, desire and explorative nature to be physically active for life. Recognized by the Aspen Institute’s Sport and Society Program in the original Project Play report for his sport-sampling approach, Steve works tirelessly to combat specialization in youth sports and wants physical literacy to be as commonplace and as expected as reading literacy and numeracy. Table of Contents 0:00 - Introduction 1:30 - Steve's story and 2-4-1 Sports 13:30 - Overexertion and injury from specializing in one sport 22:35 - Balancing school and sport 31:35 - Change in sport relationships as the pressure to specialize builds 40:15 - How COVID-19 affects in-person sports and camps 48:22 - How to promote the importance of playing multisport 59:49 - Outro The interview featured on this episode of the Love What You Play podcast originally aired live on For the Love of the Game's Facebook page and YouTube channel.

1hr

21 Apr 2021

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LOFT Aviation Podcast Episode 20 With Steve Boyle

LOFT Aviation Podcast

This episode of the podcast features Mr. Steve Boyle.  Steve has had a long career in aviation flying spanning both airline and corporate gigs.  He is also our Subject Matter Expert on the CE560XL project. The post LOFT Aviation Podcast Episode 20 with Steve Boyle appeared first on Citation Type Ratings Initial and Recurrent.

43mins

17 Mar 2021

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S2E1 Interview with Special Effects Artist Steve Boyle

Geek Girls Universe Podcast

It’s 2021 and that means we are kicking off Season 2 of the Geek Girls Universe Podcast. What better way to get the new year started than this interview with special effects artist Steve Boyle? This is the man responsible for creatures from some of our favorite films and probably some of your nightmares.Photo: Steve Boyle StudiosInterview With Special Effects Artist Steve Boyle Steve Boyle’s work can be seen in Love and Monsters, What We Do In The Shadows, Attack of the Clones, and Daybreakers amongst other things. We had a chance to speak with him about his latest film, Love and Monsters which is available from Paramount Pictures to own today on Blu-ray, 4K, and DVD. Love and Monsters is one of our favorite films from 2020. You can hear the others one on our Year End Review Episode. What creature was the most challenging to create for Love and Monsters? And which one was your favorite? Steve: My favorite was the Buzzard, the bunker creature. I think that was my favorite because it’s an asymmetrical, miss-mash of flesh, slime, and thorns. It was really fun to do. When I was a kid that was the sort of stuff I always wanted to do. That’s the kind of creature that has pulled me into doing this kind of stuff. The most challenging was Mavis. About 4 hours before we had to film her on location she was about 100 pieces on a table we were trying to assemble. It was one of those ones where you think “Maybe this is going to be the one that doesn’t work.” Related: Love and Monsters Review There is one monster we never get to see on screen despite it being a massive threat to the characters. Was it always the plan not to have it show up?  Steve: Yes. This was an intimate approach which personally I liked because you wanted to see more of everything. I think it’s better to get little suggestions, have you wanting to see more than seeing too much of them. How many of the monsters were practical effects versus CGI? Steve: I’m trying to remember. The gobblers were puppets but they were also CGI. Mavis was practical, the buzzard was about 80% practical. We ended up doing more practical stuff than I thought.  Subscribe to the Geek Girls Universe Podcast Here! When it comes to special effects, you have designed creatures that are well known in lore like the werewolves for What We Do In The Shadows and others like in Star Wars and Love and Monsters that no one has ever seen before. Do you prefer taking something that is traditional and making it your own or coming up with something completely new? Steve: That’s a really good question because I don’t know the answer to that. They excite me both in different ways. I don’t know. I think I kinda swing between the two. Both are hugely satisfying. I guess with building all new stuff you don’t have to break through people’s conceived ideas of what a werewolf should look like, what a vampire should look like. You can be a bit more free. It’s also not compared in the same way. But I love doing both.  Related: Best Quotes From Love and Monsters Along those lines, is there a character or a monster that you want to bring to life that you haven’t yet? Steve: I haven’t done my own version of Frankenstein yet, I would love to do that. I’ve been really lucky, I’ve done most of what I always wanted to do. I’ve had amazing opportunities across all genres and to be able to work with the best artists in the world. People who were my idols as a kid are now some of my closest friends. What inspired you to become a special effects artist? What drew you into this as your career? Steve: I don’t know what drew me to it. I just remember being obsessed with it. I never wanted to do anything else. It was one of those things that kinda chose me and I got the bug very early on. I am creatively ambitious but not careerist if that makes sense. I’m much more interested in what I’m making. Getting into this at such a young age, were there artists or puppeteers that you looked up to? Steve: Oh yeah a lot. Richard Taylor who has his company WETA with Peter Jackson. I got to go over there and work with them for about 5 years. It wasn’t just about special effects, they were really original thinkers. And where will we see Steve’s work showing up next? You’ll have to listen to find out! For the full interview listen to the latest episode of the podcast. Love and Monsters from Paramount Home Entertainment is now available on 4K, Blu-ray and DVD. Subscribe to the Geek Girls Universe Podcast Here! The post S2E1 Interview with Special Effects Artist Steve Boyle appeared first on Geek Girls Universe.

14mins

5 Jan 2021

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This Immersive Globe | Steve Boyle of Epic Immersive

Immersion Nation Podcast

This week in the interview we talk with the one, the only, Steve Boyle; CEO of Epic Immersive. From immersive hackathons in Paris to swing dancing in Japanese internment camps, we cover a whole lot of ground! We start by discussing steve’s background which starts with performance education in Thailand, India, and Indonesia while attending NYU, and ends in the unexpected origins of Epic Immersive. We trace the line between producing 100 actor shows, creating immersive work in China, and starting a secretive immersive incubator in San Francisco. Finally, we land on the part speaker series, part video game experience that is the upcoming ‘This Immersive Globe’.You can find the complete show notes and more details on the guests and experiences at this page on the Immersion Nation Website

1hr 2mins

28 Jul 2020

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The Steve Boyle interview

Spotlight Conversations

Donna talks with Nashville video director Steve Boyle about his early days at the CBGB in NY, the Raleigh, NC music scene of the 80's, and creating the famed music documentary 'Return to Comboland'.

33mins

2 Jul 2020

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27: Why Sport Sampling Is Important | Steve Boyle

Love What You Play

Steve Boyle is widely recognized as the national leader in sport sampling and physical literacy in the United States. As a former Division 1 athlete and after nearly 30 years of counseling, teaching, working with children with cancer, athletic and life-coaching, as well as multiple entrepreneurial successes, Steve’s mission is to leave a sustainable legacy that will allow every citizen to gain the ability, balance, confidence, desire and explorative nature to be physically active for life. Recognized by the Aspen Institute’s Sport and Society Program in the original Project Play report for his sport-sampling approach, Steve works tirelessly to combat specialization in youth sports and wants physical literacy to be as commonplace and as expected as reading literacy and numeracy. Connect with Steve Twitter Linkedin Facebook Instagram Table of Contents 00:41 - Guest intro 05:20 - "Life's Too Short for Just One Sport" 08:55 - 241 Sports 23:19 - What's leading to sports attrition? 26:35 - Free play 29:50 - Cutting kids from teams 32:40 - Learning empathy 39:29 - Long-term athlete development 42:09 - Developing coaches 45:47 - Books 49:49 - #1 coaching tip 53:29 - What's next for Steve?

59mins

13 May 2019

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QCC #9 Steve Boyle

OFFBALL Athlete

Life is too short for just one sportIn this passionate conversation, Steve and I dive into many different tunnels under the higher arching concepts of physical literacy and how important it is for youth to play multiple sports. We break down myths, explore solutions and go deep into the role sports play in the development of youth both physically and emotionally.Steve sits on the Co-Founder and Chair of the National Association for Physical Literacy and he is the 2-4-1 Sports DirectorTwitter - @241sportsInstagram - @241sportsThanks and if this episode resonated with you and brought you value then please leave a review in Itunes! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

56mins

3 May 2018

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WYC 142 – Physical Literacy – Steve Boyle talks living life as a Walk-on

The Winning Youth Coaching Podcast: Youth Sports | Coaching | Parenting | Family Resources

Steve and his wife Kerry started their first camp in 2008, and only 4 summers later, the camp was declared “Best Summer Camp” in Hartford Magazine’s Readers Poll and their programs have received tremendous positive coverage from area media outlets. Now over 1000 kids have come to recognize that “Life’s 2 Short 4 Just 1 Sport” and kids from throughout the U.S. and beyond are attending their programs.Website: 241Sports.comFacebook: /241SportsLLCTwitter: @241SportsListen Now:Listen on iTunes: iTunes linkListen on Stitcher: Stitcher linkListen on Google Play Music: Google Play link--Walking-on to his college basketball team Steve was probably the 4th best player on his high school basketball team. He approached his coach and said he thought he could play D1 basketball. His coach did everything but laugh at him. That fueled him to go on and start for his D1 team in college He now takes pride in living life as a 'walk-on.' Trying things he has no experience with and taking risks. Lesson for coaches: Be careful about ever telling a kid 'this just isn't your sport'- you never know when someone will be a late-bloomer or just outwork the others.Physical Literacy and Project Play Physical Literacy - The ability, the confidence, and the desire to be physically active for life The Quality Coaching Collective - QCoachingCollective.com Livewellpower.com2-4-1 Sports Camps that promote sport sampling Now in Connecticut, Denver, and 2 more locations coming soonRecent great books read Deep Work by Cal Newport Good to Great by Jim Collins Born a crime  by Trevor NoahParting Advice Be as genuine and honest as you can with your athletes. Value being trusted over being liked.--Reviews are the lifeblood of the podcast!- If you like the podcast- please take 2 minutes to write a review! Click here-Ready to be an Awesome Youth Coach? Sign up for our free weekly newsletter:SaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSave

46mins

21 Feb 2018

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#43 Life's 2 Short 4 Just 1 Sport with Steve Boyle, Founder of 2-4-1 Sports and Chairman of the National Association of Physical Literacy

Way of Champions Podcast

Your child gets that all important phone call offering a spot on the good select sports team in town. You want your child to sample multiple sports, so you ask about managing a two-sport schedule. The coach says, “we are no longer interested”. What would you do? Listen in to find out what Steve Boyle did… Bio Steve Boyle is the Chair of The National Association of Physical Literacy (NAPL) Advisory Board and Principal/Founder of 2-4-1 Sports, a national organization that brings physical literacy using sports sampling to children through camps, clinics. Recently recognized by the Aspen Institute’s Sport and Society Program as one of eight model programs in the United States in the original Project Play report, 2-4-1 Sports embodies their motto Life’s 2 Short 4 Just 1 Sport™.   Steve is widely recognized as the national leader in sport sampling and physical literacy. Steve’s philosophy focuses on lifelong wellness by recognizing the mind/body connection and the value of nutrition and mindfulness as it relates to physical literacy.  As a former Division 1 athlete born to Irish immigrants, Steve has taught and coached throughout the United States. His diverse background in teaching, working with children with cancer, athletic coaching, college advising, life-coaching and counseling makes him a highly sought after speaker and consultant. Subscribe to the Way of Champions Podcast on iTunes Show Notes 7:40 The start of 2-4-1 Sports 12:40 All Good Causes Start Grassroots: Just act locally. 16:55 The insanity of early recruiting 20:40 The need to bring sports back into the schools 31:10 “It’s 2:41”. At 2-4-1 they create Power of Moments at that exact time. 41:25 The National Association of Physical Literacy and the need for Physical Literacy in sport Get in Touch Email: steve@241sports.com Twitter: @SteveBoyle241 @241Sports @NAPLUSA1 241 Website: 241 Sports NAPL Website: National Association of Physical Literacy If you are enjoying our podcast, please help us out and leave a review on iTunes. How to leave an iTunes rating or review for a podcast from your iPhone or iPad Launch Apple’s Podcast app. Tap the Search tab. Enter the name Way of Champions. Tap the blue Search key at the bottom right. Tap the album art for the Way of Champions podcast. Tap the Reviews tab. Tap Write a Review at the bottom. Thanks so much, every review helps us to spread this message!

54mins

8 Jan 2018

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