Today, we talk to Ian Warner. Ian ran track at Iowa State, was on Team Canada during the 2012 Olympics, and now has his own startup entitled Kho Labs, which helps athletes connect with other athletes and physical therapists in their area.
Check them out at KhoHealth.com
Today, we talk to former professional water-skier in South America, Camilo Andrade.
Camilo discusses his training, career, and eventual career transition to what he is doing now, marketing in the running division at Nike in North America.
The founder of the Gym Rats basketball program in New Jersey, Rick Barrett has coached dozens of NBA and college-level athletes, and hundreds of high school athletes over the years.
He played college ball and then professionally in Argentina before he started down his journey of helping athletes get scholarships and helping them grow their lives and careers.
He was a huge presence in my life from an early age, and I will always thank him for that, and I realize that without him, I wouldn't have had much of a basketball career.
All the way from Louisiana, Dana Blair decided she wanted to be a ballerina, and then move to New York City.
She did both.
After moving to New York City and briefly dancing professionally, she got her MBA, and is now in marketing. She worked as a media personality for Essence magazine, and is now working freelance in marketing and media.
Check out her websites at IHaveNeverBeenThatGirl.com and Justdanablair.com
Today's episode is special, because I talk to my former roommate and teammate from the University of Maine, Phil Bofia. Phil and I went through a lot together in our first two seasons of college, and he was a great roommate and teammate.
He now lives in Maine, and is helping to develop his community.