We watch sports from the stands, bleachers, and on TV , but what we don’t get to see is the daily grind behind the scenes that lead up to those performances. The training, the practices, the psychological roller coaster that comes with being an athlete is real and sometimes extremely brutal. This podcast will open up that world and give you perspectives from the athletes, coaches, parents, trainers, and even professionals such as orthopedic surgeons, psychologists, and neurologists. Put your seat backs and tray tables in the upright position...it’s going to be a fun ride
Head baseball coach of New Braunfels High School, Coach Bobby Alford, joins the show to talk shop and give some invaluable insight into what goes into these powerhouse baseball programs, as well as tips to get your athlete into peak mental and physical shape.
In this episode, we have a quick chat with Rich King, who has possibly the toughest job in the word as a hospice nurse. We dive into COVID, his college football days, his boys, and a healthy dose of sports in general. Grab a good cup of coffee and enjoy!!
We are having an informative conversation about the state of the nation and racial tension. Renita is a Strong advocate for equal rights and has a passion for informing, educating, and protecting her community.
In this episode, we go deep into the history and psyche of OLLU head volleyball coach, Scott Mattera, to better understand his strategies for building a culture of accountability and team-first mentality.
Two-time high school state champion, college stud, professional softball athlete, and owner of her own fast-pitch training business, Bailey Watts, joins the podcast from her home in Austin (per social distancing requirements) to discuss softball, life, injuries, training, and much more.
High school senior, and soon to be freshman volleyball athlete at OLLU, shares insight about what it's been like as a senior during COVID-19, and her roller coaster of emotions throughout the last 9 years playing year-round volleyball.