Episode 82 with Kurt Hines, Head Football Coach of Coronado HS in San Diego, CA
Stories Inside the Man Cave
A special thanks to saxtoninsurance.com & Cosmic Coffee + Beer GardenHines is the head football coach at Coronado High School in San Diego, California.Much like Stories Inside the Man Cave alumni, Bob Shipley, Hines has a similar personality and provides daily inspiration and motivation about life.You can follow Coach Hines on Twitter, follow this link:https://twitter.com/CoachKurtHinesHines can boast of the fact that he has coached on both coasts of America. His story is relatable. It's one which includes overcoming adversity as a young man to becoming a coach who invests into his players, with hopes of building a foundation for success in life.Hines is also a motivational speaker. You can find out more his story by clicking on this link to his website:https://www.coachkurthines.com/Segment 2: Clynch and Hardge talk about Big 12 football in particular the Longhorns and 1st year head coach, Steve Sarkisian's 1st address to the media masses at Big 12 Media Days in Arlington. A short discussion about Mike Gundy's mullet. The Oklahoma State head football coach received quite of attention about trimming his mullet.Speaking of, our good friend & former Dallas Cowboy defensive back provided the IG post of the week. The Stories Inside the Man Cave VIP alumni addressed a humorous curiosity. Why do barbers click their scissors multiple times after each trimming of a follicle.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/StoriesManCave)
In Ep. 23, I chat w/ renowned coach from San Diego, Kurt Hines. We chat about his life, the yes’s & no’s of coaching. We chat about a situation from his hometown. And we even touch base on the openly gay player of the Raiders at the end of it. Tune In!!!!!
Inimitable Impact Episode 1 feat. Coach Kurt Hines
Welcome to Episode 1, Speak your Truth, with our Guest Coach Kurt Hines! Be sure to check him out on twitter, Instagram, and his website at CoachKurtHines! You can find more info on our website www.inimitableimpact.com updated every Tuesday with that weeks guest info! In this episode we explore the teacher that impacted Coach Hines and made him want to become a teacher. Getting into a fight with police officers and the impactful words that turned his lifestyle around, and ultimately the conviction he has to speak his truth, even when it often will be met with backlash. Thanks for joining us!
Episode 19 Companions of the Compendium Kurt Hines Inspirational Leader & Championship HS Football Coach
Companions of the Compendium
Kurt Hines has built programs into winning programs on both coasts of the United States of America. Kurt has a unique story that helped develop his unique style of leadership and inspiring platform with an international reach. He discusses conflict resolution: coach to athlete, athlete to coach, and athlete to athlete. How to coach and develop a culture in an ever-changing environment of a wealthy community with the addition of a huge military populous as well. Coach Hines then discusses developing servant leaders through empowerment. One of the most important opportunities for relationship building is the one on one time away from the regular season. Kurt teaches the audience how to build a leadership council to develop leaders within your program. We go on to talk about how important it is to hire men and women that will help you turn your mission into reality. Coach and I have a conversation about what we have learned from other coaches what not to do with our programs. Kurt talks to us about his faith helps guide his choices as a coach and educator. We dive into the feelings of our occasional doubt and how important it is to recalibrate what value we really want to deliver. He goes on to discuss the challenges of a large social media platform and how he deals with the potential negative aspects of our modern digital world. Kurt talks about the value of redemption and how taking an "L" allows for the most growth to be a better person. Coach then discusses the silver lining to what have we learned from the pandemic that can make us better coaches moving forward. Kurt educates me on the five most important things to build a team starting from scratch. For elite performance technology please visit: https://store.simplifaster.com/sku/83/ To purchase the Sprinter's Compendium visit: https://store.vervante.com/c/v/V4081803315.html To Follow Coach Kurt Hines on Twitter: @CoachKurtHines For more on his "Why" and to interact with him further: https://www.coachkurthines.com/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ryan-joseph-banta/support
The world seems to be falling away from personal responsibility in the way of playing the victim. If you want to find meaning within your life, it’s found through responsibility. So take on the world and man up. That is unless you don’t know what a man is such as Bruce Jenner, a trans athlete running for Republican office in California. What does this mean for the future of the Republican Party? Ted Cruz hits the snooze button on Joe Biden’s address and the Oscars hit an all time low in viewership after banishing half their audience, the homeless, to the nether world.
FNF Coaches Podcast – Coronado High (Calif.) Coach Kurt Hines
The FNF Coaches Talk Podcast
Today’s guest is one of the biggest social media influencers in high school football, Kurt Hines. He’s the coach of Coronado High in Calif. He kicks off FNF Coaches Appreciation Month by sharing his inspiration for coaching and how he continues to inspire others through his platform.He talks about developing leaders (6:00), developing a love for coaching while preparing special needs students (10:45), developing relationships with players (18:00), culture-building activities (25:00), his process of game-planning (31:00) and his experience developing an audience on Twitter (36:00).
We discuss the Chiefs cutting their bookend tackles, as well as the first day of free agency in the NFL, including Aaron Jones, Joe Thuney and the Patriots overhauling their roster. Then, we have on Kurt Hines, Head Coach for the Coronado Hills Islanders in Coronado, CA. He tells us about his progression as a football coach, how he is able to inspire as a Head Coach and his social media engagement! We end with an intro to the NCAA Basketball Tournament and how we think this upcoming weekend is the best of the sporting year! Don't miss this one! Don't forget to download, subscribe and share this episode, and follow us on Twitter, Tik Tok and Instagram @WeAreBigGuys. Also follow our newest Twitter account @TheBigUgliesPod. Lastly, make sure to hit up our merch store at shopwearebigguys.com for all your linemen apparel needs!
This weeks episode of the Process, Preparation and Performance Podcast features Coach Kurt Hines of Coronado High School in California. Coach discusses culture, what its like having the Navy Seals training in the same town, why it is important to tell players you love them and many other things. Enjoy!
In this week’s episode Coach Trist is joined by Coronado High School Head Football Coach Kurt Hines. Coach Hines has been coaching high school football for over 20 years. Coach Hines is also an influential presence on social media within the coaching community. Make sure to follow him across all social platforms Twitter: @CoachHinesCHS / Insta: @coachkurthines. Coach Hines states on his website... Source
Kurt Hines is the head football coach at Coronado High School. He joins the podcast to talk about his athletic/coaching background, how he builds connections with his athletes, and how people can stay positive during this pandemic. He also talks about his favorite book, Inside Out Coaching. It was written by Joe Ehrmann, who was the main inspiration behind the Character Combine. Coach Hines is an incredibly positive and motivational human being. You don't want to miss this episode!