Today we talk to former NBA basketball player Adonal Foyle. This conversation is really interesting because we talked about one of the biggest issues facing athletes, and that's what they will do once their careers are over.
Adonal helps athletes with this, and also has a number of different ventures and books.
Check him out at AdonalFoyle.com.
Today, we talk to former collegiate gymnast Jean Alban. Jean was a high-level gymnast, had a baby during her sophomore year in college, and then returned to competition by her senior year.
A really interesting story, and she was a great podcast guest. She is now working in marketing.
Today's episode is really interesting, because we talk to former NFL player Marques Ogden. Marques also started his own construction company, but after a few years, he went bankrupt, and ended up being one of the statistics that he never wanted to be.
However, he's now a motivational speaker and helps athletes and non-athletes find their way in life and how to deal with setbacks.
Check him out at MarquesOgden.com
Today we talk to Dr. Brett Wingeier, who's the co-founder and CTO of Halo Neuroscience.
Halo helps athletes perform better which a special set of headphones that helps create stronger and more synchronous neuromuscular connections in the brain, which, in turn, helps increase performance in sports, or any other endeavor.
Use this link to get $120 off an order by using promo code ATHLETEMINDED120: Halo Checkout
Today we talk to Cait McCann, who played softball growing up in California, then played in college at Pace University.
We are also joined in this episode by loyal Athlete Minded: Stories listener Mike Luxenberg who guest-hosted as well.