Who’s an athlete? Anyone that moves! We talk to athletes and experts about ways to help people start moving, get healthy and stay motivated! Whether you’re a beginner or grizzled athlete, it's all about stepping out of your comfort zone and staying focused when starting a new challenge.
Athletes in Motion Podcast - EP 027 Ben Potenziano
As the Assistant Athletic Trainer for a Major League Baseball team, the Florida Marlins, Ben Potenziano has seen a lot in his career. Between hot shot new rookies to older players looking to extend their career, Ben gets them game ready. Sometimes it’s taping an ankle while other times it’s an empathetic ear. In this podcast Ben shares with us the highs and lows of what it takes to make it in the majors.
A great conversation from behind the scenes!
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Athletes in Motion Podcast - EP 026 Dr. Tim White
Being comfortable with being uncomfortable.
It’s a term we use about our physical selves. But what about our mental selves?
Sports Psychologist, Dr Tim White helps us better understand how mental state plays a crucial role in performance. From imposter syndrome, to questions about being good enough, to the “yips”, our mind can dictate how our body reacts.
A fascinating discussion on how we need to consider recognizing and embracing those things that may make us feel, well, uncomfortable.
Tim.White@WhiteHouseAthletics.com | 734-731-4972
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Athletes in Motion Podcast - EP 025 Julie Olson
What happens when the sport you love comes with an ugly side?
In this episode, we speak with Julie Olson who was a coxswain for her collegiate rowing team. We talk about beauty of rowing, the teamwork it takes, and the dangerous drive to make sure to stay thin so you don’t carry “dead weight”. After leaving the sport dejected, Julie started a journey to regain her body positivity, becoming a health advocate, and eventually falling back in love with rowing.
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Athletes in Motion Podcast - EP 024 Abby Groeneweg
That has been Abby Groeneweg’s mantra since we first met her. Abby shared her journey with us during Episode 15 and, when we asked about her next challenge, she said she wanted to try to complete a sprint triathlon.
Spoiler Alert…she did it!
In this episode, we catch up with Abby right after her first triathlon, talk about the work it took to get to the line, the support she received from her friends and family, and that feeling of accomplishment when you achieve a goal. The only question left is….what’s next?
Athletes in Motion Podcast - EP 023 Faye Yates & Joe Fleenor
If you think competing in a triathlon event is difficult, try putting one on!
Faye Yates and Joe Fleenor of Team Magic come back on the podcast to talk about life after lockdown, getting people back to racing, and the unique marketing challenges that triathlon has to overcome.
A unique perspective on a sport that itself is unique.
Athletes in Motion Podcast - EP 022 Stacey Daniels
Student athletes are feeling pressure to perform more than ever before. As such, parents are turning to performance coaches like Stacey Daniels.
Stacey, owner of SD Performance1, works specifically with students to help them be prepared for the demands that their bodies, and minds, will face. Stacey shares his holistic approach to coaching students, working hand-in-glove with parents, and what they should look for when seeking a coach.
Whoa, that’s good fun!
So excited to find this podcast. Came over to listen to my teammate Abby’s episode and imma stick around! Subscribed! Great flow, fun to listen to, great info. Love it! Will be a regular in my rotation now. Keep up the great work!
Interviews and info
Thanks for great stories and info. Can’t wait for more. Amand Ryden MD Four Health Medicine
Hydration is key!
The hydration episode was very informative. Especially as the weather gets warmer here on the East Coast, keeping hydrated is vital. Loved the input and insights that were on the podcast. Looking forward to more topics.