Life is a game and success leaves clues. Join my friends and I as we talk about life and learn from one another.
Myriam Glez, 2X Olympian and founder of Athlete Soul
Myriam Glez is a Two-time Olympic synchronized swimmer and founder of Athlete Soul, a non-profit that supports athletes as they transition out of sports and raises awareness about the challenges of athletic retirement.
Connect with Myriam: Athlete Soul: https://www.athletessoul.space/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/myriam-glez-8682422/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/athletessoul/
why you don't need external motivation
Cletus Coffey, former professional athlete and host of the Recovering Athlete Podcast
Cletus Coffey is a former professional and world champion track and field athlete and host of the Recovering Athlete Podcast.
Connect with Cletus: Website: https://www.cletuscoffey.com/
Terry and Tina Shorter, the creators of R.I.P.P.E.D. - The One Stop Body Shock
Terry and Tina Shorter are the creators of R.I.P.P.E.D. – The One Stop Body Shock® Since 2008 they have amassed over 15,000 global instructors teaching at over 1,000 gyms nationwide.
They are awesome. Enjoy.
Connect with Terry and Tina: Website: https://www.rippedplanet.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RIPPEDFans/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/rippedfans
Mac St Onge, former Dartmouth Dual sport Athlete (Ice Hockey and Rugby) and host of the Sideline Perspective Podcast
Mac St Onge is a former Dartmouth Dual-sport Athlete (Ice Hockey and Rugby) and host of the Sideline Perspective Podcast.
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Guest on The Mind Leads Performance #041
The Mind Leads Performance is a podcast focused on mental skills and performance. Through engaging in conversation with their guests, the hosts, Jon Gold and Andy Harris, dive deeper on all things peak performance.
On this episode, we discuss the importance of storytelling, life as a collegiate athlete, struggling to find identity when sports doesn't work out the way you want it to, my lifelong joy of learning through classic literature, distancing yourself from the past through the breath, and a deep discussion about a purple duck.
iTunes Link: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/episode-41-james-leath/id1504376831?i=1000482855315
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