November 11, 2020
When former collegiate athlete and competitive skydiver, Sydney Williams, unexpectedly found herself on the receiving end of a Type 2 diabetes diagnosis, while grappling with unresolved trauma from a decades-old sexual assault, she set out on a mission: turn her pain into power. Two hikes across Catalina Island and 80 miles later, she founded Hiking My Feelings to help others tap into the mind-body connection and healing power of nature that helped kick her self-limiting beliefs and put her disease into remission.
Having more than 12 years of marketing experience with Fortune 500 companies and emerging brands, Sydney serves up her “truth juice” style of storytelling to break wide open tough conversations with practical, powerful content and experiences. Over the years, she’s been featured on the SXSW stage, as well as in the Huffington Post, Psychology Today and numerous other publications. Today, she is the author of Hiking My Feelings: Stepping Into the Healing Power of Nature and travels across the country empowering others to summit their personal mountains on their way to becoming Well Beings.
October 8, 2020
The Sport Fuels Life podcast is excited to bring you the Mizuno Volleyball series! Mizuno has been an elite performance brand for decades helping volleyball athletes attain peak performance on and off the court.
This episode, we’re speaking with Mizuno athlete Tri Bourne; professional beach volleyball player, former professional indoor player and NCAA Division 1 Men's Volleyball player for the USC Trojans. He’s a native Hawaiian, born and raised on the Hawaiian island of Oahu, and spent lots of time on the beach, where he discovered volleyball.
We cover a lot of topics with Tri, including coaching, goal setting and how learning to control your mental state can help you stay in the game.
Listen to find out why Tri says there’s no such thing as a perfect coach, why setting personal goals and aligning those goals with your team matters, and how his mental state plays such a massive role in his physical performance.
October 1, 2020
Two-time Olympic medalist and professional beach volleyball player April Ross knows the value of having great coaches that push their athletes toward their greatest potential, because she has lived it. She joins us in our first episode of the Mizuno Volleyball Series on the Sport Fuels Life podcast, and shares her secret to building a home court advantage wherever she competes.
This episode is sponsored by Mizuno. Visit MizunoUSA.com for more information.
September 17, 2020
Today’s guest is the all-time winningest coach in the history of East Carolina University women’s basketball: the great Heather Macy.
Heather covers a multitude of topics from failure, pressure to succeed and the top three traits that create strong coaches.
Listen to this episode and connect with Heather here
September 10, 2020
Check out this conversation with Pete Ripmaster to learn how you can create your own life of adventure!
Be sure to visit www.peteripmaster.com for more!
August 11, 2020
George Plaster is a sports talk radio pioneer. He joins us on today's show to discuss his career and weighs in on the latest sports news.
July 22, 2020
We are chatting with Tim Siegel about his foundation, Team Luke/Hope For Minds as he shares his son Luke's inspirational journey with us.
Visit https://www.teamlukehopeforminds.org/ for more info
July 16, 2020
ATP tennis coach Craig Boynton joins us in this episode and shares his coaching strategy for player evaluation as well as his top 5 tips for becoming a successful coach and mentor to your players.