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USA Today/Associated Press NBA Coaches' New Play: Tending To Health To Cope With Grind

USA Today/Associated Press NBA Coaches’ New Play: Tending To Health To Cope With Grind

USA Today/Associated Press NBA Coaches’ New Play: Tending To Health To Cope With Grind

Except from article featuring Stacy Goldberg, CEO + Founder, Savorfull:

The coaches’ association sends a regular newsletter with guidance from nutrition consultant Stacy Goldberg, who also is always available for 1-on-1 conversations. She attends coach association meetings, too, offering healthy food and snack choices.

“Often, coaches are so focused on taking care of the players that they are not always focused on taking care of themselves,” said Goldberg, founder and CEO of Savorfull. “This is especially true when it comes to their nutrition.”

Added Carlisle: “We view this as important as anything else we do with the NBA coaches association.”

Read Full Article Here Written By Janie McCauley 

 

 

Detroit Jewish News: Healthy Holiday Baked Beans Recipe

Detroit Jewish News: Healthy Holiday Baked Beans Recipe

Holiday Baked Beans: Your favorite side dish gets a festive facelift.

Throughout the years, baked beans have been an integral part of the American culture. These beans have accompanied millions of Americans on holidays, birthdays and so many more celebrations. Whether we’re talking about kidney beans, pinto beans, lima beans, black beans or navy beans, the health benefits are consistent throughout all types, shapes and sizes of these nutritional powerhouses.

Check out Stacy Goldberg’s Eat Right Now column featured in the Detroit Jewish News this month to learn how to incorporate more beans in your life!

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USA Today: NBA Coaches Steve Kerr, Ty Lue Balance Stress, Pressure + Health In Grueling Industry

Long days, sleepless nights, packed schedules, and high pressures are the epitome of health concerns for many pro athletes. However, many people neglect to realize that coaches are subjected to the same high stakes as athletes. Because of this, coaches’ health and wellness is now a rising concern in the NBA, and the National Basketball Coaches Association (NBCA) is putting their best efforts forward to improve coaches’ well-being. One important step in this process was the NBCA hiring our nutritionist and CEO, Stacy Goldberg, as its health and wellness consultant.

USA Today’s article written by Jeff Zillgitt “NBA Coaches Steve Kerr, Ty Lue Balance Stress, Pressure and Health in Grueling Industry” looks at this important NBA issue and how Savorfull’s Stacy Goldberg is helping to make a change in the lives of certain coaches by assisting them to improve their health and well-being in one of the most stressful fields.

FULL ARTICLE BY JEFF ZILLGITT:

NBA coaches Steve Kerr, Ty Lue balance stress, pressure and health in grueling industry

 

CLEVELAND – Golden State coach Steve Kerr learned the importance of proper work-life balance from two of the coaches he played for in the NBA – Phil Jackson and Gregg Popovich.

 

“When I was a player, I kind of wondered if coaches were like holed up in their office all night sleeping on the cot,” Kerr said. “I wasn’t exactly sure how it worked. Both those guys had such diverse interests outside of the game. You know all the stories about both of them.

 

“Seeing how interesting they both were and how devoted to their families they were and their kids, and how interested they were in our lives besides just what was going on in basketball, I think they really influenced me.”

 

Health and wellness of NBA coaches is on center stage in this season’s Finals between Golden State and Cleveland. For different reasons, the coaches for both teams – Kerr and Cleveland’s Tyronn Lue – took time off during a season.

 

Kerr addressed his health in 2015-16 when complications from back surgery forced him to step aside temporarily and allow Luke Walton to coach the team on an interim basis, and last season when he wasn’t feeling well, Kerr turned over coaching duties to Mike Brown during some postseason games.

 

Lue missed time earlier this season to focus on his health as the result of anxiety, bad diet and poor sleep.

The health and wellness of coaches is just as important as the health and wellness of players. Teams invest millions into their players and are starting to do more to make sure coaches are operating at an optimum level.

 

“The National Basketball Coaches Association is absolutely vigilant about the importance of proactively nurturing good health for all of our coaches, both head coaches and assistants,” NBPA president and Dallas Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle told USA TODAY Sports. “It’s important your health comes first. Your preparation for a season is meticulous and purposeful and once you get into it, you must have a great staff that can take a lot of pressure off the day to day demands and you have to take care of yourself.”

 

The coaching lifestyle in the NBA is not conducive to healthy living. Late nights, poor eating and drinking habits, inadequate sleep and the high-stakes pressure of winning can take a toll mentally and physically.

 

The NBA is filled with stories of coaches whose jobs led to physical and mental issues. Rudy Tomjanovich stepped away from coaching the Los Angeles Lakers because of stress. Former Charlotte coach Steve Clifford, recently hired by Orlando, missed 21 games earlier this season due to headaches caused by sleep deprivation.

 

The NBCA is making an effort to improve coaches’ well-being. The organization sends quarterly health and wellness bulletins with advice on proper diet, sleeping and exercise tips and hired Stacy Goldberg as its health and wellness consultant.

 

“There’s a ton of emphasis that gets placed on player health,” NBCA executive director David S. Fogel said. “Teams go to great lengths and great financial lengths to have the best doctors, nutritionists and trainers and while they are available to coaches, a lot of times their schedules are full and coaches are left to their own for individual workouts and nutrition plans.

 

“That’s where we wanted to come in and educate our coaches. We want our coaches to be the most educated in all of professional sports.”

 

Beyond the quarterly bulletins, Goldberg is available to answer questions and help coaches.

 

“I provide information that they can apply realistically to their life when it comes to nutrition, health, wellness because we recognize they are extremely busy and so focused on the players,” said Goldberg, who has a master’s degree in public health and is the founder/CEO of Savorfull. “So my initiative with the NBA coaches association has been always to say: Who’s taking care of the coaches?”

 

Several coaches, such as Dwane Casey, Brad Stevens, Fred Hoiberg and Frank Vogel, try to find a work-life balance through family. When they can, they like to pick up kids from school, have dinner with family or put kids to bed. Stepping away from work is good for the mind and body.

 

Former Sacramento Kings coach Jerry Reynolds knew he had to stop coaching or else.

 

Reynolds said there was constant pressure, win or lose. He wasn’t eating or sleeping well and acknowledged he “probably drank too much. … It’s just another habit you don’t need. It became a habit to have three, four beers after every game.

 

“At that time, I knew health-wise I didn’t think it would be good for me to be in coaching a lot longer, and I wasn’t thank goodness. I’m not sure I’d be here today if I had coached another 10 years to be honest.”

 

When Lue was out earlier this season, he talked with Kerr.

 

“We get so wrapped up in the game of basketball I think we kind of forget about everything else,” Lue said. “This was the first time in 20 years where I really just had a chance to focus on me and get myself right and he reminded me of that. We get so wrapped up in the game that we forget about real life and it was the best advice I got – so thank Steve for that.”

 

Kerr had this general advice for Lue.

 

“The main message was you can’t allow what feels like the enormity of the job to interfere with your health and your recovery and whatever you need to do,” Kerr said. “I just told him the team will still be there when you get back. Sometimes I think in this job because there is so much passion from the fan bases and because everybody wants to win so badly, it feels bigger than it really is.”

 

Quicken Loans CMZ Interview with Stacy Goldberg Part 2: Fueling Your Day At The Office

In need of professional nutrition tips for your busy workday? You’ve come to the right place! Savorfull’s CEO & Nutritionist Stacy Goldberg is back with Jennifer Krieger, the Executive Producer of Capital Markets Zone (CMZ). CMZ is a daily video, delivered Monday – Friday to all internal Quicken Loans and Family of Companies team members. CMZ is used to provide value to our team members, not only with daily market news but also through a variety of segments to help obtain business and tie the threads between our Family of Companies.

If you missed Part 1 of Stacy’s series with CMZ go back and watch it now! It was packed full of information on how Savorfull was created and launched, Stacy’s insider business tips as a female entrepreneur, and how free-from foods can make a positive impact for you or your company’s health and wellness. In Part 2 of this series, Stacy gives exclusive tips on how to stay healthy and productive during your busy workday.

As an expert nutrition professional, Stacy shares the most energizing foods to eat in the morning, nutrient timing with meals and snacks, keeping cravings at bay, avoiding energy crashes and much more!

For the average team member, most of your calories are consumed at your office. Make sure they are the calories that will benefit your health the most! We know your work day can be hectic but Savorfull is here to help you make nutrition a priority.

 

 

“If you are depriving your body of calories through the day- you’re really not preparing yourself for what you need to do to be the best at your game” – Stacy Goldberg

Quicken Loans CMZ Interview with Stacy Goldberg Part 1: How Savorfull Was Born

Our very own CEO & Nutritionist Stacy Goldberg talks to Jennifer Krieger, Executive Producer of Quicken Loans Capital Markets Zone (CMZ.) CMZ is a daily video, delivered Monday through Friday to all internal Quicken Loans and Family of Companies team members. CMZ is used to provide value to our team members, not only with daily market news but also through a variety of segments to help obtain business and tie the threads between our Family of Companies.

In Part 1 of this series, Stacy describes Savorfull’s mission of finding the most delicious free-from foods.  Listen to Stacy expand on how Savorfull was created and launched, her insider business tips as a female entrepreneur, and how our tasty free-from foods can make a positive impact for you or your company’s health and wellness.

NBA Features Savorfull’s Stacy Goldberg in their Day In The Life Series

The National Basketball Association (NBA) highlighted the work of Savorfull CEO & Nutrition Expert Stacy Goldberg  this month in their “Day In The Life” Series. An occasional series to feature the behind-the-scenes work of some unsung NBA staffers. The “Day in the Life” project was conceived by Michael H. Goldberg, longtime executive director of the National Basketball Coaches Association (NBCA) who passed away in January 2017.  Stacy chatted with NBA writer Steve Aschburner about her work in the NBA, how she got started and her role with the National Basketball Coaches Association (NBCA)  as their Official Health & Wellness/Nutrition Consultant.  Click here to read the full article by Steve Aschburner.

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