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Short Time Wrestling Podcast

Hosted by Hall of Fame and award-winning wrestling broadcaster and journalist Jason Bryant, Short Time brings you the most relevant topics in wrestling with news, reviews, previews and interviews with the top names from Olympic-level, college and high school wrestling. Short Time is outfitted by Compound Clothing and is produced by Mat Talk Online.
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Sep 27, 2018

Drew Manning became one of the most-talked about personal trainers in the country seven years ago when he put himself through a mind-boggling process to gain 75 pounds and then try to lose it.

On Episode 467 of the Short Time Wrestling Podcast, Manning will talk about his wrestling career at Centreville High School in Northern Virginia and his short college wrestling career at Southern Virginia University before he jumped into a world of personal training.

His Fit2Fat2Fit journey has sparked books, fitness programs and keto-based eating programs and have made Manning a notable name in the industry. What does he remember about his wrestling background? What does he use in his day-to-day life that calls on that wrestling? What about the ability to develop his brand through the medium of podcasting?

Find more about Drew Fit2Fat2Fit.com and on Twitter @fit2fat2fit.

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Sep 19, 2018

Erkin Tadzhimetov came to the U.S. as a competitor for the Junior World Championships back in 1998. He was in line to be the representative for Uzbekistan in upcoming senior level championships, but then things changed.

Years later, he sits as the associate head coach at Utah Valley University and is on the coaching staff at the Junior World Championships for Team USA in Trnava, Slovakia.

Tadzhimetov talks about his journey to the U.S., his battle for the right to compete for his home country, his process to get citizenship and what it was like to compete for the final time representing his new home.

Has he been back to his homeland? What happens when or if that happens?

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Sep 16, 2018

It's been four years since Eric Olanowski last appeared on the Short Time Wrestling Podcast. On Episode 465, we talk with Olanowski, who is working full-time for United World Wrestling as the organization's Web Content and Social Media Coordinator in Slovakia prior to the 2018 Junior World Championships.

We find out what it's been like to move from the "private sector" back into a world of wrestling. Among the topics are travel, time away from home and Dagestan, among other things.

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Sep 10, 2018

Keeping with the theme of financial health and well-being, we talk with Lyndsey Beasley, a certified public accountant and wife of George Mason head wrestling coach Frank Beasley.

We follow along with last episode's financial planning with what wrestling people need to consider with taxes when it comes to coaching, starting a club or whatever side hustle that's being worked.

Topics on this episode
1. Let's be honest, paying taxes sucks. What are some general tips before even getting started with filing if you're a wrestling coach?

2. What are some things you most often see left out of tax filings from people in and around wrestling?

3. Write-offs. This seems to be a very gray area. Everyone says "oh, business expense" or "oh, I can write that off." What is the truth about writing off meals and things you buy while traveling or simply during your every day.

4. I went through several scenarios with Northwestern Mutual's Jarrett Yehlen about the right saving situation when it comes to managing your money. I want to go through the same four scenarios and as a tax professional, what are some things that coaches and athletes must be aware of.

A - Volunteer assistant coach, no official salary, works camps & clinics. Might be training to make senior-level team. (Taxes not taken out by club/organization paying his stipend)

B - Paid assistant coach, doing the same as above, working camps and clinics, but on the books with the school, has taxes taken out. Makes side money as a clinician outside of the school's camp structure. May be training to make a senior-level team.

C- The high school coach who gets a small stipend to coach, but is a full-time teacher. Thinking about or has an offseason club, runs summer camps and clinics, also travels to camps and clinics as a guest instructor or clinician.

D- Independent Club. Your whole job is membership and training. You have your own space to train athletes, not affiliated with a school. You are your own business.

-- OTHER CONSIDERATIONS
1. In what cases is it better to file quarterly or file in April?
2. Should someone spend the extra money and find a CPA or do they go it alone with TurboTax?
3. Any opinion on the tax companies like H&R Block, Liberty, Jackson Hewitt, etc.
4. How would you recommend finding an affordable CPA.
- Considerations on how many states you are filing in (our example, we had to file in 3 states one year, I'll set that up beforehand)
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Sep 4, 2018

Jarrett Yehlen doesn't have much of a wrestling background, but he does have a background in college athletics. He also went to high school with me back in Virginia. On Episode 463 of the Short Time Wrestling Podcast, Yehlen, a financial planner with Northwestern Mutual here in the Twin Cities, talks about some strategies that might help coaches of every level work on saving for retirement and what types of things they can set up.

Why is this important? Coaching, especially at the college level, is transient in nature. There's also camps and clinics that generates income from summer work, etc. We go through several scenarios that will help guide people in the right direction and offer some ideas on how to help save for now and for later.

And for our Poquoson friends back home, I'll mention George Mason coach Frank Beasley, who isn't to be confused with another friend from back in Poquoson, Frank Beazlie, who didn't wrestle.

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JOIN THE TEAM
And if you're a fan of the extensive and broad-based reach of the shows on the Mat Talk Podcast Network, become a TEAM MEMBER today. There are various levels of perks for the different levels of team membership. If you like wrestling content -- scratch that -- if you LOVE great wrestling content, consider becoming a team member. You'll get some cool stuff too.

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