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The Athletic Mindset

The Athletic Mindset

By Cory Camp
Your host, Cory Camp, is a personal performance coach that analyzes how our mindset affects the rest of our lives. Through interviewing elite athletes, coaches, and other experts, this podcast takes a look at what intangibles exist in their lives. The Athletic Mindset extends well beyond just sports, it can be used to tackle anything we face in life.
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Heart Rate Variability, How This Biomarker links our Mental and Physical Health, and How you can Improve Both Ep. 134
Heart Rate Variability, or HRV, has been getting thrown around a lot as this trendy new biomarker to track. Today’s show dives into what HRV is and why you should actually care about it. We cover: -How HRV impacts our ability to manage day to day stress -Our Window of Tolerance for stress -How to train for increased HRV and Improved Stress Management Start tracking your HRV today with Whoop and get a free month + band at Become a More Than Movement founding member here: Leave a review with your biggest takeaways on Apple podcasts and be sure to share this episode with those in your life that could benefit from an increased HRV!
September 13, 2021
Planting Simple Nutritional Seeds for Continued Growth with Serra Tumay Ep. 133
Today we are joined by Serra, founder of Tohum Nutrition and former Turkish Soccer National team member.  Prior to founding Tohum, Serra worked as the Performance Nutrition Intern for the Cleveland Browns, and more recently as the Olympic Sports Performance Dietitian at UCLA. Through Tohum, she helps individuals and small businesses excel through food, nutrition, and wellness strategies.  We dive into all things nutrition today: -How what we eat effects our cognitive ability -How our habits and decisions around food can effect both physical and mental performance. -Serra shares strategies you can implement into your life to fine tune and optimize your nutrition, no matter where you’re currently at. Connect with Serra here at Engage with her on Instagram  Become a founding member at
September 10, 2021
3 Ways to Become More Disciplined Ep 132
We all want to be disciplined in our life, but how do we actually train to do so? Today we explore 3 ways to deepen our discipline practice and make ourselves proud in the process. Become a founding member today at
September 6, 2021
Becoming Resilient with Wells Thompson Ep 131
Wells Thompson, a 9-year Professional Soccer Player (#5 pick in the 2007 MLS Draft and 2010 MLS Cup Champion), coach, entrepreneur, ultrarunner, and now founder of Soccer Resilience. His faith, relationships and the sport of soccer have played a critical role in shaping him into the man he is today. He’s passionate about helping others reach their full mental, physical and emotional potential, on and off the field. He’s doing just that with his company, Soccer Resilience, as he works with soccer programs all over the world to cultivate resilience from the inside out. Check out Soccer Resilience here: Become a Founding Member here:
September 3, 2021
5 Steps To Eliminating Overwhelm and Optimizing Your Life Ep 130
Overwhelm can feel like we're getting tossed around in the waves of life, not knowing which way is up. Today, we explore 5 steps that can take you from getting tossed to riding the wave in no time. Connect with Cory here:  Apply to Join Our Forever Athlete Coaching Community here.
August 30, 2021
129. Power in Conscious Connection with Caleb Campbell
Today I’m joined in conversation with Caleb Campbell, West Point graduate, Army Veteran, Ex-NFL linebacker, keynote speaker, podcast host, and all around awesome human being. While his resume is filled with accolades and accomplishments, Caleb and I discuss deeply the things we often don’t see on the highlight reels or social media. See, in the middle of Caleb living out his childhood dream, he began to self-destruct. Eventually leaving his dream to figure out what is his life beyond being the biggest, fastest, and strongest guy. We speak a lot into the power of vulnerability and surrendering today, Caleb’s story is a captivating one filled with many nuggets of information you can start implementing into your life today. Connect with Caleb on Instagram here: Check out his website here: You’re Doing a Good Job Podcast:
August 27, 2021
Your Life Playbook: Finding Success and Flow in Everyday Life through Rules and Routines Ep. 128
Welcome to another Mindful Monday solo jam sesh and where we explore with you how we can use your life playbook, the rules and routines in your life, to help you get into more flow everyday. I think one of the things I missed the most when swimming ended was having a clear governing rule in place that applied to every situation I was in. From the moment I started taking the sport seriously in 6th grade until I graduated college, I was able to look at every situation through the lens of “how will this effect my performance in the pool?” The one rule of all rules I had for myself was always make the decision that meant I’d get better as a swimmer. How do we re-create that rule book for beyond sport? That's what we dive into on the later half of today's episode. Flow Performance Coaching is open right now, apply here if you're interested: 
August 23, 2021
127. Overcome Life's Obstacles with Bryant Lavender
Today I’m joined by Bryant, a former professional football player turned speaker and 5 time author. We discuss his journey to finding purpose and flow beyond himself, Bryant shares his path from growing up in Mississippi to playing at University of South Alabama. What’s really inspiring is how Bryant now impacts and inspires those around him just through simple interactions; a theme in his latest book “Encounters” out now. Grab his book here! Connect with Bryant on Linkedin here!
August 20, 2021
Captain Your Life for Flow Ep 126
Who doesn't love to be in control? We operate best when we have a sense of autonomy over our own actions. When we are the captain of our ship, we can steer towards flow with ease. Today we explore how we can become the captain of our life, no matter what our current situation is. If you’re looking to get into the driver’s seat of your life again and have no idea where to start, I have a small number of Find Your Flow one on one coaching spaces available. We work together to find your exact flow formula that arms you with the resources to accomplish almost anything. Helping your create on-demand flow and performance that works in the boardroom, playing field, and everywhere in between. I encourage you to apply now at and if you’re a good fit, my team would love to flow with you.
August 16, 2021
125. Becoming Human with Dr. Ford Dyke
Today I sit down with Dr. Dyke, a doctor in Kinesiology who specializes in the sub discipline of performance and exercise pyschophysiology. He is a subject-matter expert in Mindfulness-Based performance and Health Optimization, my kind of dude. Ford has created Perfor(Hu)mance, the evidence based approach to optimal performance, health, and well-being. You’ll quickly see Ford is a dope dude in addition to being wicked smart in his work. This conversation could’ve gone on for hours and it’s filled with tons of advice you can use right now to improve your life. Grab your notepad and let’s dive into it with Ford! Connect with Ford here: Stay Human my Friends!
August 13, 2021
Finding Your Why Ep. 124
We need to stop asking what our purpose is in life. We’re all wandering around searching for our purpose on this weird globe floating in space. It’s very easy for us to get so hell bent on finding that purpose that we miss the whole point of living. Today, we look at an evolving formula that helps us find our why and continue to grow in our respective journey's. How will you stay curious today and this week? 
August 9, 2021
123. Redefining What's Possible with Chuck Katis
Today we sit down with Chuck Katis, founder of Bodbx which is the personal and portable solution to world-class training. Chuck also is an accomplished swimmer, having set an American Record, earned multiple All American honors and becoming a National Champion all while competing for the Cal Bears. Chuck always had a passion for more than athletics, having interests in both robotics and magic. He ultimately knew he wanted to bring those passions to life with the creation of Bodbx, a personal robot that meets all of your world-class training needs. I’ve personally been closely following Chuck’s journey over the years, we’re from the same area and I’m always fascinated by anything having to do with biohacking. We dive into the tech behind bodbx today, why Chuck created it, and what he’s learned along the way of building a tech start up from the ground up to launch. Let’s get into it! Bodbx: Connect with Chuck:
August 6, 2021
122. Improving Concentration in an Overstimulated World
Concentration is a critical trigger for flow as well as a result of flow. If you ever wondered why the best in the world can do what they do, it’s because they are able to focus despite the circumstances of their environment. Focus isn’t reserved to just the elite performers of the world, it’s something we all want more of in our life. If you want more results in your life, it starts with reclaiming your focus. Today we dive into how you can start doing that. One on One Flow Coaching: Forever Athlete:
August 2, 2021
121. You Are Loved with Jaxon Stone
Today I sit down with Jaxon Stone, a former Division I Baseball Player, Pro Wrestler, Coach, and Mental Health Activist. Since graduating in 2014, Jaxon has taken many different paths. But 2020 was the year that he really found his purpose and passion. Mental health is at the core of everything he does and his mission is to create deeper connection within ourselves while integrating different communities and facilitating real genuine connection. Jaxon has traveled the world wrestling and continues to do so as an independent professional wrestler while working with Experience Wrestling. Jaxon hosts a hit podcast called Jaxon Talks Everybody, and creates daily content on social media to spread optimism, empathy and mental health awareness. Jaxon and I dive deep into mental health, identity and how being a human first goes a long way in our overall performance. Let’s roll! Connect with Jaxon here: @jaxonstone You Are Loved Nonprofit: Jaxon Talks Everybody Podcast:
July 30, 2021
120. Feedback as Flow Fuel
Today I want to dive into the role that feedback plays in helping us as humans get into flow. Think of your best performances in your life, they could be at work, in the competition setting, it doesn’t matter. I guarantee one of the factors that was present was the rate at which you were getting feedback was nearly immediate. Feedback, internally or externally, drives our flow. Learn more here:
July 26, 2021
119. Financial Foundations to Free the Mind with Ryan Schachtner
Today I sit down with Ryan, a CEO, author, speaker, financial advisor, and financial coach, who works with professional teams and athletic departments to help provide a financial education that most collegiate and professional athletes never receive. In athletics, fundamentals are critical to success on the field. Ryan adds a competitive advantage to the programs he works with by teaching financial fundamentals and translating key financial lessons into the language of sports and helping them identify their behavioral preferences so they can maximize their potential. Grab your copy of Ryan’s book here: Connect with Ryan on Linkedin here:
July 23, 2021
118. Clear Goals Can't Lose
They say clear eyes and full hearts can’t lose, well the same is true about clear goals. Today we demystify the goal setting process and breakdown how to take your bigger goals into daily actionable steps. We examine what this does for everyday flow and ultimately the results we are searching for.
July 19, 2021
117. Do Your Best with Asante Cleveland
Today I sit down with Asante, a motivational speaker, coach, and soon to be author who played 4 years in the NFL as a Tight End. We dive into team culture, discussing what it was like to be a part of the Patriots organization for a part of his career as well as dealing with expectations that come with joining historically great programs like the University of Miami where he played college ball. Asante also hosts a great podcast, the next season podcast, that explores how we can navigate change in our life. Find Asante on IG here. His podcast can be found here.
July 16, 2021
116. Finding Your Flow Formula
Today I want to discuss the idea of what it means to be in flow and how we can find a formula that works for us to get into flow state with a little bit more consistency.  Website- Coaching- One on One Performance Coaching IG- @corycamp 
July 12, 2021
115. Heal From Within with Adrian Ellison
Today I sit down with Adrian Ellison, Founder of the Alpas Project. She hosts conscious retreats and self healing and empowering workshops and her work is profound in helping individuals heal their shadows, find authentic confidence and experience radical self expression. Adrian's work is rooted in helping hundreds of thousands with inner child work, cord cutting, repairing subconscious patterns such as self sabotage, social programming, dysfunctional relationships, addiction loops, and other physical and mental health challenges that keep us from living out our unique expression. This conversation is a little different than our typical ones on the show and I loved it for that. We dive right into some very deep topics centered around healing and expression of who we are. I’d encourage you to share this episode with a friend, or loved one to further spark a deeper conversation with them. Deep conversation is one of the many ways we can feel more flow. Adrian’s Instagram: @adrianellison
July 9, 2021
114. High Consequences for High Flow
Today I want to discuss how high consequences can be used for us to thrive and have a high flow, rather than fall victim to the pressure it brings. Website- Coaching- One on One Performance Coaching IG- @corycamp 
July 5, 2021
113. Ignite Your Life with Q Williams
Today I sit down with Q who is a former 2 sport athlete at Northwestern University, standout football player, world class speaker and fellow coach. Q specializes in helping ignite passion in life, something we just did as we crushed a workout just prior to recording this. His story is unique and I’m really excited to share it with you today, let’s dive in! IG: @qwilliams__ Website:
July 2, 2021
112. Surrender to the Flow
Today I want to discuss the idea of surrender and how actually surrendering can be the best thing to move us forward in life. We often equate this to giving up, but surrendering and giving up are two totally different things. If you want more flow in your life, you’ll need to learn how to surrender to it. Website- Coaching- One on One Performance Coaching IG- @corycamp 
June 28, 2021
111. Letting Fear Guide You with Natalie Allport
Today I sit down with Natalie, a former national team snowboarder, athlete, and lifelong entrepreneur. She runs a marketing agency, 93 Agency, has over a decade of experience in social media marketing and personal branding in the athlete, sports and active brand space. She is a growth mindset and human performance nerd, and shares her mental and physical improvement journey online to inspire others to go ALL IN (also the name of her podcast). We cover a lot so grab something to take notes, let’s dive in! IG: @natalieallport  Website:
June 25, 2021
110. Don't Just Wish, Work
Today we look at how to manifest the life we want and see the difference between wishing something to happen and going out making it happen.
June 21, 2021
109. Go One More with Nick Bare
Today we sit down with Nick, founder of BPN supplements, US Army Infantry veteran, author of 25 hours a day, and all around badass athlete. We had a chance to catch up at the BPN headquarters in Austin, Texas, and really dive into where his whole life motto of “Go One More” started from. We speak on everything from patience to pushing through when you need to, analyzing his current training and how he is continuing to build one of the world’s leading supplement companies, all while gearing up for Leadville 100 (a wild 100 mile ultramarathon through the mountains of Colorado). Instagram: @nickbarefitness
June 18, 2021
108. Perfecting Your Craft
Today we look at how we can attack being a perfectionist and use it to our advantage, rather than it being the thing that holds us in in-action.
June 14, 2021
107. Showing Up for You with Todd McCullough
Today I sit down with Todd McCullough, the founder of TMAC fitness, a home fitness program that has helped more than 20,000 people get in shape and get their MIND RIGHT. Todd is passionate about helping people get their mind right everyday. His signature program is TMAC 20: 20 minute workouts. No equipment. No Excuses. Each workout ends with a brief meditation, aka the mind right meditation. You can keep up with Todd on all platforms here:
June 11, 2021
106. Let's Level Up
Today we look at how we can continually level up, the constant growth mindset that separates the great athletes from the rest of the pack.
June 7, 2021
105. Constantly Growing with Chloe Maleski
Today I sit down with Chloe Maleski, a mental performance coach who helps athletes grow into the best versions of themselves through sustainable performance habits. She is a former distance runner at Duke and has since gone on to PR multiple areas of her life, not just athletically since leaving Duke, talk about a forever athlete. We dive pretty deep into performance anxiety, how to overcome it, and how to ultimately just get more flow in our lives as we are always growing. Keep Up with Chloe here!
June 4, 2021
104. Consistency Over Perfection
Today I highlight the thing standing between who you currently are and who you want to be: the actions you consistently take. Buckle up for a quick Mindful Monday and let’s take consistent bold action this week.
May 31, 2021
103. Rise Above with Traci Anderson
Today I sit down with Traci who is a yoga and meditation teacher Who discovered inner peace and self-love through her practice. Yoga opens the heart and meditation calms the mind, both spark a rise within you. Traci and I dive deep into the balance of yin and yang in our lives, how we find that duality of pushing forward for more while being able to express gratitude for each step of the journey. Let’s find that balance and rise up together. She’s also the host of The Radical Rise podcast which can be found here:
May 28, 2021
102. Be A Forever Athlete
Today I want to talk on this identity of being a forever athlete. To me, what this means is being someone who is always looking for ways to improve. Someone who knows that feedback from any event in life, is neutral but integral in determining next steps. What I want to highlight today is the growth mindset because that is what this podcast is truly all about at its core. More Than Movement:
May 24, 2021
101. Tapping into Your Heart with Joe Hawley
Today I sit down with Joe, who played Offensive Line in the NFL for 8 seasons with both the Atlanta Falcons and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. In 2017, after realizing his heart, and body, just weren't in it anymore, he decided to walk away. This decision left him feeling a wide array of emotions, leaving the sport he spent his entire life playing, everything from loneliness to excitement, and without really knowing what to do next, he decided to explore his freedom for the first time. We explore what he learned in those moments and how he brings what he learned in football to this next chapter of life and growth. All things Joe: More Than Movement Application:
May 21, 2021
100. Where The Athletic Mindset All Began with Jack Foster and Jorge Rios
We go back to where it all began, today we jam out with two of my life teammates, Jack Foster and Jorge Rios. We grew up swimming together and have been inseparable from an early age. Each of us have thrived in our respective events and we fueled each other to be where we are at today. We deep dive into today’s episode and examine where exactly did The Athletic Mindset come from? Tune in to find out!
May 17, 2021
99. Finding Joy and Passion with Keegan Lamar
Today I down with Keegan, former college football player who merges the athlete's mindset into his work to help people discover what true performance can look like in every phase of life. He believes that people are capable of changing the world around them through mastering their mindset and performance to create an impact that's just as unique as they are. He is also the host of the Unstoppable Mindset Podcast where he breaks down the mindset that makes inspiring individuals bulletproof in their pursuit of lifelong confidence, joy, and passion. This one’s jammed packed with value, so grab a notebook cause you’re going to want to take notes, let’s hit it!
May 14, 2021
98. Courage to Pursue Curiosity
What would happen if you jump? If you really went after that thing you were always curious about, but haven’t taken action on yet? Today we talk courage to pursue that thing, and how your life will forever change in the process. for more resources/coaching!
May 10, 2021
97. Managing Energy and Unconventional Training with Josh Evans
Today I sit down with Josh Evans, fitness professional with a heavy background in training collegiate athletes at various programs. Josh has been a heavy hitter in the online fitness space way before most and really focuses on unconventional training movements to keep his clients guessing. His coaching methodology is really geared towards helping others achieve self-actualization, a goal him and I both share. We really dive into how to effectively manage our energy and hormone levels to maximize not just our training, but our life as a whole. IG: @coachjoshevans  Josh’s Website
May 6, 2021
96. Don’t be afraid to shake things up
Today I want to explore how we all can make an impact in this world. It starts with our perspective and how we’ve always done things. Remember this: Don’t be afraid to shake things up, that’s how we start living. Let’s win this week!
May 3, 2021
95. Fine Tuning Your Mindful Muscle with Emily Perrin
Today I sit down with CEO of Perrin Wellness and Performance, Emily Perrin. Emily grew up playing soccer and went on to play for the University of Virginia. Post career she spent time coaching both at the youth and D1 level. It was through those years of struggling with severe anxiety, panic, and depression that Emily found mindfulness. She started to take an all encompassing approach to her health. Now, she helps both teams and individuals learn tools and techniques to address their own lives and find more success. She shares her story and drops some serious tips for you to start being more successful today!
April 30, 2021
94. Finding Your Superpower
Today I want to talk on our greatest superpower and how we unleash it into the world each day. You are the best at being you, own that s***.
April 26, 2021
93. Exploring New Health Practices with Chad Beauchamp
Today I sit down with renowned Physical Therapist, certified sports specialist and founder of Repair Sports Institute, Chad Beauchamp. Chad is a firm believer in the More than Movement mission, integrating a holistic health approach that incorporates breathwork, acupuncture, chiropractic care, and spiritual coaching into his treatments of pro athletes across Southern California here. We dive into where his treatment philosophy stems from, his own journey with non-traditional medicines, and how we can start to incorporate more Eastern medicine practices to improve our own performance.
April 23, 2021
92. Wisdom in Collaboration
Today I discuss the wisdom of collaboration. We explore what two beggars in an old Eastern Fable can teach us about going further, together. Let’s focus more on working together, and less of stumbling over our own feet.
April 19, 2021
91. Never Stop Dreaming with Kylie Ohlmiller
Today I down with Kylie, a professional lacrosse player who is the NCAA record holder in single season points, career points, and assists. She’s a current Team USA member and professional in the Athletes Unlimited Lacrosse league. In addition to her playing, Kylie is a passionate coach and podcast host herself. She helps young athletes all around the world chase their dreams through the KO17 Lacrosse app and Dream On Podcast. I’m excited to share her dreams with you on today’s episode, so let’s get into it! Kylie’s app and podcast can be found here:
April 16, 2021
90. Finding The Courage to Live Freely
It takes courage to live freely, but that is where our optimal performance state lies. Today we dive into two easy reframes of emotions that normally weigh us down. Here’s to having the courage to live the life we want this week and forever moving forward!
April 12, 2021
89. Reaping What you Sow with Joe Tafoya
Today I sit down with former defensive end/linebacker for the Seattle Seahawks and Chicago Bears, Joe Tafoya. Now, Joe lives on a farm with his wonderful family and is a true pioneer. Excited to share his story and insights with you all today! We talk on how to stay in your own lane, not worry about what those around you think of your work, and how staying true to yourself is the key to success. Keep up with Joe here:
April 9, 2021
88. Who Are You Really?
Beyond what we do for a living, who are we? This is a question I’ve been contemplating for years and today I share a mindset shift that has helped me get closer to that answer. It’s simple, yet profound and I’m excited to hear your thoughts on it.
April 5, 2021
87. What’s Next When Your Dream Ends with Eric Wood
Today I sit down with former Buffalo Bills pro Bowl Center, Eric Wood. He was a part of the Bills team that ended their playoff drought in 2017. He’s now a Bills radio analyst as well as ESPN/ ACC network. On top of all that, he hosts his own podcast show “What’s Next with Eric Wood.” Today we talk on how he leaned into finding those next steps post football, how he keeps faith in dark times, and a whole lot more.
April 2, 2021
86. Overcoming our Information Consumption Problem
In this day in age, information is everywhere. From our new feeds, to books and podcasts, there isn’t a shortage of information on how to do what we want to do. But why don’t we act on that information? We explore that in today’s episode and look at ways to overcome the information overload.
March 28, 2021
85. Becoming a Forever Athlete with Alex Weber
Today I sit down with American Ninja Warrior, Alex Weber. In addition to being on American Ninja Warrior, Alex is an international keynote speaker, Tedx Speaker, and all around one of the most genuinely energetic and positive people I’ve had the pleasure to sit down with. We talk about this concept of Forever Athlete at length as he transitioned out of college lacrosse at UPenn into the real world and figuring out what he wanted to do next. Learn more from Alex here:
March 25, 2021
84. Power of Choices
We have the ability to choose the outcomes in our lives. Today we dive into how to harness the power of our choices to start improving our current life path. If you’re looking to change something in your life, this episode is the little boost of motivation you need to start the week!
March 21, 2021
83. Finding Passion with The Wine MVP Will Blackmon
Today’s guest, Will Blackmon is a 12 year NFL vet during which he won the Super Bowl with the New York Giants in 2012. He’s the host of the Wine MVP podcast where he blends his love for sports with his knowledge of the wine industry. Will has an affinity for the mindfulness approach and credits a lot of the mental work to being what helped him perform at the highest level for so long. Find his podcast here. Keep up with Will on social here.
March 19, 2021
82. Mastering Your Ability to Get Motivated
Have you ever needed to get motivated? Watched a youtube video, or listened to a podcast to get all fired up only to find yourself back at square one minutes later? Sustainable motivation is hard to come by, but today we dive in to how you can create it for yourself. IG: @corycamp
March 15, 2021
81. Staying True to Your Values with Chrissy Jones Schoonderwoerd
When you stay true to you and who you are, you inspire some many others. Today’s podcast guest, Crissy Jones Schoonderwoerd is doing just that. She is a trailblazer, as an AVP Pro Volleyball player and beyond the sport. She’s not afraid to shake things up and do things her way, even if that’s against the norm so to speak. We talk everything from faith, to how she’s stayed grateful for the opportunity to work hard in a highly competitive sport, especially over the last year.
March 12, 2021
80 Impermanence of Fame and Failure
Fame. It’s what so many of us are chasing. But what if it’s not a permanent destination, rather something we feel as feedback in this moment? We explore the notion of fame and how a simple mindset shift can free you from the hamster wheel of chasing fame.
March 7, 2021
79 Becoming Relentless with Tony Reyes
Tony Reyes is Relentless. Seriously, look up the word Relentless and Tony embodies every aspect of it. He recently underwent an amazing journey of going from weighing 406 pounds to completing a marathon. Yes he lost weight in the process (165 lbs), but I was so blown away by the mental transformation he underwent. Tony shares his story of how he did it on today’s podcast episode.
March 5, 2021
78 There's No Such Thing As Creating Luck, Or is There?
We've all heard of getting lucky, but what if there was a way to invite more luck into our lives? Today I want to introduce a new format to the podcast, Mindful Mondays and what better day to start than March 1st. Mindful Mondays will be shorter, solo episodes where I share a thought, a meditation, that I’m currently contemplating and my thoughts on it. Being today is the first of these, I wanted to share my thoughts on luck.
March 1, 2021
77 Riding The Wave Of Life with Tehillah McGuinness
Today I sit down with Tee, who is a professional surfer in the world surf league, as well as model, celebrity fitness trainer and all around great human. Her energy is contagious and she shares that not only on today’s episode, but with the rest of the world with her company Ohana surf and fitness, which specializes in surf and fitness retreats, a must see once the world allows it again.
February 25, 2021
76 Elevate Your Network with Jake Kelfer
Today I sit down with Jake, a 2x bestselling author, global speaker, founder of Pro Basketball Combine which has helped 70+ NBA draft prospects sign their first contract, and coach to entrepreneurs and freedom seekers. We cover a lot, but Jake shares his insights and tips on how to build a world class network, something is value for any athlete or person out there for that matter. You can get Jake’s book here:
February 18, 2021
75 Letting go of the Expectations that are holding you back
Have you ever found yourself with high expectations only to fall short? Expectations in life can be a tricky thing to navigate. Today’s episode we touch on how to handle them, why they actually hinder your performance, and a little reframe I use to ensure I’m living into peak performance each day. IG: @corycamp 
February 11, 2021
74 Learning To Grow with Nick Pags
Today we sit down with Motivational Speaker and Mindset Coach: Nick Pags. Nick shares his journey of how being cut, not once, but twice, by his college soccer team was the best thing that could’ve happened in his own personal development. If you’re looking to preserve through tough times, this episode is for you. You can learn more about Nick’s signature coaching program “Project Limitless” here! Keep up with all of Nick’s work on Instagram here: @nickpagsfit
February 4, 2021
73 Losing Sight and Gaining Vision with Joe Rinaldi
Today I sat down with Joe Rinaldi, fellow performance coach, Physical Therapist and former football team walk-on at Bucknell. Joe has a truly unmatched work ethic, something I don’t say lightly given the people I’ve gotten to know over the years. He does a phenomenal job prioritizing his time and energy, and seems to do it all despite slowly losing his eyesight since the age of ten years old. His story is a powerful one, and I guarantee one that changes how you show up in this world! Keep Up with Joe here: Follow Along his blog and newsletter here:
January 28, 2021
72 Breakup to Possibility
Sports is often times our first relationship, our first love. So when it ends, it can be difficult to see the possibilities that are now in front of us. Today’s episode dives into exploring how to navigate the breakup we all go through when sports are over. We look at the possibilities that lie before us and how we can take advantage of them, especially if we are still playing.
January 21, 2021
71 Building Mindful Muscle with Paul Clingan
Paul Clingan, founder of Down Dog Athletics and former baseball player at Washington State University. Paul found himself struggling with performance anxiety during his baseball playing days and it wasn’t until he found mindfulness in his life years later that things began to turn around for him. Now, Paul helps athletic minded individuals bring a mindfulness approach to how they move their muscle. We share a lot of the same mission and training practices, so I’m excited to share his insights with how you can start taking a more mindful approach today. Keep Up with Paul here: All things Down Dog Athletics and coaching can be found here:
January 15, 2021
70 Getting The Ball Rolling with Michael Chabala
When Mike Chabala, 2 time MLS Champion, stepped away from soccer he was faced with a dilemma. Everywhere he looked, he struggled to find an environment that matched the championship locker room culture he was accustomed to throughout his career. So he decided if he can’t find it elsewhere, he might as well create his own. Now founder of Sphere, a group fitness concept that intertwines soccer and connection to build the ultimate life locker room experience. Today’s podcast episode highlights Mike’s journey and what he faces as an entrepreneur. We breakdown what unique challenges he faced, especially in the fitness industry this past year, among other topics. Sphere can be found here: You can keep up with Mike on social here:
January 8, 2021
69 New Year New Habits: What I learned from going fit to fat to fit again
92% of people won’t achieve their new years resolution. Today we break down why that is, and what we can do to shift the odds into your favor. Learn how to create new habits, hack the habit loop, and make any change you want to in your life. If you want to kick your new year off right check out all of our resources at Let’s win this year!
December 31, 2020
68 Becoming a Total Teammate with Mackenzie St. Onge
Today I sit down with Mackenzie St Onge, founder of the Sideline Perspective, a platform that empowers sidelined athletes to find their purpose and move forward as total teammates. Mackenzie and I share very similar views on what it means to be more than an athlete and she shares her journey from playing both Hockey and Rugby at Dartmouth to founding her own company. We discuss how she found her calling, what roadblocks have come up along the way, and how she navigates moving forward despite them. You can find all things Sideline Perspective here: Happy Holidays and Thanks for Listening!
December 23, 2020
67 How to Thrive on Life with CJ Finley
Today we sat down at Thrive HQ with CJ Finley; adrenaline junky, athlete, serial entrepreneur, and husband. CJ quit his engineering career to pursue his passion of helping the world, and the people on it, THRIVE. We talk about how he takes advantage of every heartbeat he has, his thought process behind his choices, and so much more. You can keep up with CJ at and on social @cj.finley Stay up to date with all our latest offerings and courses at and on social @corycamp  And remember, if you can change your mindset, you can change your life!
December 18, 2020
66 Slowing Down To Speed Up
Slowing down can often be the hardest thing to do for achievers and high performers. Today, we dive into not only why slowing down can help you actually achieve more, but also explore ways for you to slow down daily. We all want to achieve more, but to do so we must first focus on how efficiently we handle our time and energy. We are close to our yearly goal of reviews! If you could help us get there by taking a few minutes to write a review on iTunes, it’d be greatly appreciated! You can do so here: We have some exciting course offerings coming up, stay up to date with other ways to improve your performance here:
December 10, 2020
65 Improving Your Self Talk with Melissa Machat
NLP or Neuro-Linguistic Programming, is a pseudoscientific approach to communication and personal development. So how does that relate to our athletic mindset? I bring in Melissa Machat, an NLP coach, to find out. We talk about our subconscious self talk, how it’s what is holding us back from achieving what we want on and off the field. Melissa leaves us with some practical NLP tools to start practicing to improve your mindset today!
December 3, 2020
64 More Than An Athlete, Personal Branding Talk with JT Barnett
Athletes are becoming more and more multi dimensional, and JT is the perfect example of that. JT Barnett is a former professional hockey player turned serial entrepreneur. He mainly focuses on personal branding and helps other former athletes monetize their brand. He is a fellow recovery junkie, a pumpkin spice latte advocate, and all around dope dude. We sat down and talked all things recovery, how to balance his personal brand with his personal life, and even have a live review of pumpkin spice lattes. Hope you all enjoy!
November 27, 2020
63 Harnessing Motivation to Push Through Tough Times
When the going gets tough, it can be especially hard to find motivation. To better understand how to push through, we have to understand how our rewards system works. Today we take a look at both external and internal factors that play a role in our personal motivation. We then take that understanding and apply it to our everyday life, with a few actions to implement in your daily life when times are getting tough.
November 19, 2020
62 Being Yourself While Competing with Gary Hall Jr
This week I sat down with, Gary Hall Jr, a pioneer in making swimming a spectacle sport. Growing up I watched Gary represent team USA in the 1996, 2000, and 2004 Olympics. What stood out to me most about him was his character and how much fun he had while competing his way to 10 Olympic medals and 2 World Records. He’s since been inducted into the US Olympic Hall of Fame. He’s best known for the swagger he brought to the pool deck with his pre race boxing robe and shadow boxing. We breakdown this and more on Episode 63 of The Athletic Mindset.
November 12, 2020
61 Continually Testing Your Limits with Hunter McIntyre
Hunter McIntyre has made a name for himself by doing something he loves, racing and pushing his limits. He's set countless records, won all the big checks, and yet still is hungry for more. We dive into how he continues to motivate himself despite being on top; knowing when to give in and when to push onwards; and how he attacks each obstacle he's faced with in life. Hunter's Accomplishments at a glance: 6 Time OCR World Champion, Murph World Record Holder, HYROX World Record Holder He is currently running OCR Stars, the premier Obstacle Course Racing event for 2020. I'm registered to kick some booty and I encourage you to sign up here: Get an in depth look into the mind of Sports Illustrated's Top 50 Fittest Athletes and follow Hunter on Instagram here:
November 6, 2020
60 Why Letting Outside Influences Dictate How You Feel Is Holding You Back
Do you let others tell you how you’re supposed to feel? For the longest time I did the same, actually even giving that power to people I didn’t know personally. It got so bad that even the freak weather channel app was influencing my mood and therefore my performance. On today’s podcast, I breakdown how to stop letting others dictate how you perform. This is a great mindset shift that will give you back control of your performance. That’s ultimately what we are seeking.
October 30, 2020
59 Breathwork for Training Your Emotional Fitness with Francesca Sipma
We dive into the art of Breathwork today with a phenomenal coach, Francesca Sipma. She shares her story of trusting her intuition and how it's helped her find her purpose in life, without even intending to do so. We unpack how breath work can be used to access peak state or flow state, as well as to handle emotions such as stress and anxiety. Ultimately, breath work is a practice to discover how to train your emotional fitness, something that athletes and humans overlook the importance of. You can keep up with Francesca on Instagram here: Francesca Sipma Or on her website here:
October 23, 2020
58 Taking Action to Make Dreams a Reality with PLL All Star Scott Ratliff
Scott Ratliff joins the show, a professional Lacrosse Player for the Atlanta Archers. Scott has experienced a lot of success throughout his playing days including being a 5x All Star, a 5x Captain, 2018 Dave Huntley Man of The Year, and 2019 Welles Crowther Humanitarian Award Winner. Beyond sports, Scott is a coach, philanthropist, and a leadership/personal development expert. Scott shares how his environment, the culture of high school football, and his self belief all played a role in getting him to where he is today.  He embodies the Athletic Mindset I'm excited to share this conversation with you all today! You can keep up with Scott at and on Instagram @scottratliff2 You can apply to More than Movement Coaching at
October 16, 2020
How Relentless Optimism has gotten me on a winning streak in my life. Being able to find the good in situations isn't always easy, but it's always worth it. We dive into the importance of a winning streak and how to set yourself up to start your own. Group coaching through More Than Movement starts 10/26, apply for you spot here: More Than Movement Follow along on Instagram for more updates: @corycamp
October 9, 2020
56 Trusting Your Environment with Jack Saunderson
Today I sit down with Jack Saunderson, former Towson University swimmer, current US national team member and Tokyo 2021 hopeful. I had the pleasure to race against Jack for a few years in college; It’s great to have front row seats to witness when someone is doing something truly special in their sport. Jack broke record after record while at Towson on the way to being CAA swimmer of the year twice and now has his eyes set on the Olympics next summer. We talk about not just personal confidence, but also confidence in his environment and coaching. This is a key ingredient in breeding success and reaching true potential! Pivot and Go Workshop Sign Up: Workshop is focused on Navigating the Changes we face in life!
October 2, 2020
55 Approaching Life with the Alpha Mentality with Sam Tooley
Today I sit down with coach Sam Tooley and we talk about how his experiences as an endurance athlete have been tested well beyond just his physical capabilities. Through the ups and downs of his own life, Sam has learned that his training transcends his physical body and is a key non negotiable for him. He's got plenty of gold nuggets of advice that will serve you in the ultimate endurance test: real life. Follow Sam on Instagram: @coach.samtooley 
September 25, 2020
54 Convenience and Comfort: The Two C’s Keeping You Where You’re At
It's easy to do things that fit into your schedule, that are close by, and don't require you to really make any changes to how you already are operating. Today we highlight why those same things are ruining your quest for greatness and what to do about it. Instagram: @corycampfit
September 18, 2020
53 Strong New York: The Importance of a Strong Community, Mind, and Body with Kenny Santucci
Today we sit down with Kenny Santucci, a former actor now fitness professional and founder of Strong New York. We talk about how accountability can be delivered in different forms; why he made the decision in high school to start taking control of his health and wellness through fitness; and why he feels so strongly about building a fitness community in the city he loves, New York.
September 11, 2020
52 Turning Past Experiences into Impact with Jess Glazer
Today I sit down with Jess Glazer, former national level gymnast now business coach. Jess has successfully turned her cute little side hustle into a seven figure business and now teaches other coaches how to do the same. We discuss how her life as a gymnast set her up for all that she’s faced since that chapter ended for her. She shares strategies she learned from physical training that she takes with her in business and how you can do the same. You can find Jess on Instagram here: @jess.glazer
September 4, 2020
51 Life Vs Lifestyle
We often look at the life we want to live, but aren't clear on the lifestyle that needs to be in place to live that life. Spend 5 minutes to get clear on what it means to live a lifestyle around the life you want to create. Head over to and use CAMP25 to save 25% off their signature ChiliPAD.
August 28, 2020
50 Gut Check; How What We Eat Influences our Ability to Show Up with Chef Dan Churchill
High Performance Chef Dan Churchill joins the show! Dan has been regularly featured on Good Morning America and Food Network, work s alongside Under Armour's top athletes, and co-founder of Charley St restaurant in NYC. With his background and curiosity around human performance, Dan is a go to guy for fueling up on sources that will best allow us to show up. We discuss why what we eat effects how we feel, what foods to eat that will improve our moods, and all the other benefits our diet can have! Check out the episode and keep up with Dan on his instagram: Dan Churchill and his podcast: The Epic Table Favorite Recipes from Dan that I enjoyed: Easy Vegan Curry Vegan Meal Prep Protein Rich Berry Bread Pudding Enjoy!
August 21, 2020
49 Get Better or Get Beat with Poppy Livers
Today I sit down with Poppy Livers, former collegiate and pro football wide receiver turned trainer. His motto, Get Better Get Beat, is more than just a some words in his Instagram Bio. Poppy is the epitome of someone who lives by what he talks about, something that’s rare to come by these days. When I first came across his work, I knew right away I had to talk with him and get the full scoop. He’s got a heck of a story behind his brand that I can’t wait to share with you all! We talk about his beginnings in the sport of football, how Get Better or Get Beat became a way of life for him, and how we all can apply that into our lifestyle, not just when it comes to physical work.
August 14, 2020
48 Learning an Output Over Outcome Mentality
It's a 5 minute Friday week! Today I discuss how focusing on our output, our effort and what we give is more important than focusing solely on the outcome. When we learn to shift this focus, the outcome takes care of itself. Spend 5 minutes of your day to set yourself up for more wins in your life!
August 7, 2020
47 Beau Whitman: former gymnast, collegiate pole vaulter, and now a recent cancer survivor!
Today I sit down with Beau Whitman, a former gymnast, collegiate pole vaulter, and now a recent cancer survivor. Even bigger news, Beau just found out he is 100% cancer free this past Monday!! We breakdown how his experiences as an athlete helped him with his battle with cancer. Beau is someone who preaches vulnerability, something I’m picking up on through him, and the true power that exists in opening up to our vulnerability. As the old Nike ad goes, Beau knows, and he’s here to share his story with all of us! You can find Beau at: And on Instagram @beau.whitman 
July 31, 2020
46 Donald Scott: 5 time USA National Champion, World Championship finalist, Adidas sponsored athlete, and Olympic hopeful!
Today I sit down with Donald Scott, 5 time USA National Champion, World Championship finalist, Adidas sponsored athlete and Olympic hopeful! A former two sport athlete, Donald and I discuss the dualities of team sports vs individual sports; how his triple jump career took off his senior season; and going all in on his dreams. He’s got a powerful story and is a true family man. Please welcome Donald to the show!
July 24, 2020
45 Learning to Step Out of Your Comfort Zone to Invite Change into Your Life
Today I touch on the importance of stepping outside of your comfort zone if you want sustained change and growth in your life. We’ll take an in depth look on a few ways you can step out of your comfort zone and start growing into the person you truly are today. 
July 17, 2020
44 Mike Kraeuter: Blue Wave Head Swim Coach
Today I sit down with one of my former coaches, Mike and discuss how he is teaching his swimmers to shift their focus to more process over outcome mindsets. We talk about the importance of breathe and how you can use it to gain control in nearly any situation. If you want to learn how to build out programs and actual practices to teach a focus on learning and have the results follow, be sure to tune in!
July 10, 2020
43 Dr. Brent Hogarth: Sport and Clinical Psychologist Expert on Flow State Performance
Today I sit down with Brent Hogarth, a Sport and clinical psychologist and the head coach at flow research collective. Brent works with all kinds of athletes and peak performers and gets them in the headspace to be their very best. If you have no idea what the heck I’m talking when I mention flow state, that’s the acclaimed zone that we are seemingly always chasing. Brent explains it in more detail and more importantly, how we can have more of it in our lives!
July 3, 2020
42 Dealing With Performance Anxiety
Today I want to talk about something that often stands in the way of our peak performance, our nerves. You know what I’m talking about, those butterflies in your stomach that show up each time we get ready to perform. Nerves can make or break our performance, anxiety and excitement often get mixed up. Let's take five minutes to discuss how we handle that performance anxiety and achieve our best each time.
June 26, 2020
41 Brian Cain: Peak Performance Coach
Today I had the chance to sit down with Brian Cain, Peak performance coach of UFC World Champions, NCAA National Champions, and 100s of other professional athletes. Brian helps the best of the best, perform that way and do so with more consistency. His strategies are some that I’ve implemented in my own life as I seek to improve and I think they will provide a lot of value to you as well. 
June 19, 2020
40 Paul Tabe: Professional Soccer Player and CEO
Today I had the chance to sit down with Paul Tabe, current professional soccer player for Sure Sports FC. Paul and I went to high school together and I’ve had an opportunity to watch his work ethic turn him into the player and person he is today. His road to where he is now hasn’t been easy. We talk about the challenges he has faced, especially those of being a black soccer player and what that means in today’s society.
June 12, 2020
39 Joe Fauria: Actor and Former NFL TD Dancer
Today I had the chance to sit down with Joe Fauria aka Big Joe and talk about everything from his epic NFL Touchdown celebrations to transitioning to life post football. Check out what he found helped him make a complete 180 in his life when things weren’t looking great, something I think we could all use a little more of these days.
May 29, 2020
38 The Power Of Self Evaluation
Today I want to open your eyes to the power that lies in self evaluation. Now more than ever with being away from our regular routines, we have less and less authority figures governing our day to day productivity. Companies have always been weary of their workers having the freedom to work from home because of the fear of lack of productivity. Now, maybe more than ever before, self evaluation is going to be huge in our abilities to stay on track and produce.
May 22, 2020
37 Wyatt Knight: National Champion and Explorer of Human Potential
Today I had the chance to sit down with Wyatt Knight, former UVA Lacrosse National Champion who is now on a mission to spread his knowledge to positively impact those around his. Wyatt is the epitome of what this podcast is all about, he embodies the athletic mindset that he developed through his playing career; but he now takes it one step further and is helping those around him get 1% better everyday. A member of the 2:30 am wake up club, Wyatt crushes each day through his present moment focus and clarity on his WHY in life. Check out how he does it and his advice on how you too can do the same, even without waking up as early as him.
May 15, 2020
36 Chris Bocklet: Professional Lacrosse Player, Coach, and Champion
Today I had the chance to sit down with Chris Bocklet, current professional lacrosse player. Chris comes from a family deeply involved in the sport of lacrosse, one that’s no stranger to championships having 5 MLL championships, 3 NCAA National titles, and multiple all American honors just to name a few. Chris has contributed his fair share to those accolades and we dive into the importance of surrounding himself with a strong support system. He learned to use the success of his two older brothers and older teammates to push himself to his full potential on the field and in sharing his story, you too can learn to do the same, no matter what it is you’re currently competing in.
May 8, 2020
35 Deliberate Practice: What is it and Why you need it in your life
Today I keep things short and sweet as we dive into the topic of deliberate practice. How you spend your time doing your tasks goes a long way, this episode helps show you the value of practicing with intent. 
May 1, 2020
34 Zane Grothe: USA National Team Member
Today I had the chance to sit down with US National Team Member Zane Grothe. Zane has had quite the career and is the former American record holder for both the 500 Free and 1650 Free. After talking to him, there’s no question his mindset and the culture he’s been immersed in have played pivotal roles in these recording breaking swims. Given my own background in distance swimming, it was great to find commonalities that make up the unique kind of crazy that is a distance swimmer's mindset!
April 24, 2020
33 Paige Nielsen: Washington Spirit Center-back
Today I had the chance to sit down with Washington Spirit professional soccer player Paige Nielsen. Paige’s path to playing professionally in the US has been filled with ups and downs. Four year’s ago she turned down a job offer out of college to go after her dream. We will dive deeper into them today as she has found valuable lessons in each point and decision in her lifelong soccer journey!
April 17, 2020
32 Kara Lynn Joyce: 3 Time Olympian and CEO
Today I had the chance to sit down with three time Olympian, four time Olympic medalist, 18 time NCAA Champion (yes you read that right), and founder of the Lead Sports Summit, Kara. Kara has great insight and shares what goes into the success that she’s had in life. It’s not always an easy journey, but with the advice Kara shares, becoming a champion in your own right becomes a little easier.
April 10, 2020
31 Bennie Fowler: Super Bowl Champion and Best Selling Author
Today I had the chance to sit down with Super Bowl Champion and NFL Veteran, Bennie Fowler. Bennie has experienced success at all levels of football, between being on Michigan State’s Rose Bowl winning team to winning the Super Bowl with the Denver Broncos, but it hasn’t always been easy. He’s had a career full of ups and downs and has been able to navigate them through a variety of strategies that he shares he today. Now a best selling author and keynote speaker, Bennie is helping others find their imperfect route to success.
April 7, 2020
30 Katie Hoff: 9 Time World Champion, 2 Time Olympian, and former World Record Holder
Today I had the chance to sit down with 2 time Olympian, 9 time World Champion, and former world record holder Katie Hoff. Katie shares her story of how she was able to embrace the suck that comes with the decision to go for such lofty goals to be the best in the world. We are all going through some tough times right now, I hope Katie’s message helps shed some light on how we can come out on the other side of things for the better!
April 3, 2020
29 Tim Brant: Sports Broadcasting Legend
Today I had the chance to sit down Sports Broadcasting Legend, Tim Brant. Tim played football at the University of Maryland, and eventually for the Washington Redskins before launching into a very successful broadcasting career of over 40 years. I’ve gotten to know Tim personally through working with him the past year or two, and before knowing his extensive background, I knew he had to have had have played sports at a high level just by talking to him. His mindset is what sets him apart from his peers in the broadcasting booth and that started with the preparation he took. He’s got an incredible story and I can’t wait to share it with you all!
March 31, 2020
28 Cary Williams: CEO of BoxingnBarbells and Olympic Level Boxing Coach
Today I had the chance to sit down with Olympic level coach, former boxer, and CEO of Boxing and Barbells, Cary Williams. Cary shares her story of how relentlessness, passion and patience were her keys to becoming the woman she is today. Currently she is all about giving back to the community and next generation of athletes and her message reflects that.
March 27, 2020
27 Brendan Hansen: 3 Time Olympian, Former World Record Holder, and 25 Time International Medal Winner
Today I had the chance to sit down with one of the greatest Breaststrokers of all time. Brendan has broken the world record on multiple occasions and has won a total of 25 international medals. Getting the chance to talk with Brendan was truly a full circle moment for me as I grew up watching him represent USA in the 2004, 2008, and 2012 games. He offers a great perspective for our current athletes, especially those dealing with their seasons being uprooted with all that is happening right now.
March 24, 2020
26 Brett Eaton: Master Motivator and Founder of MotivatedByBrett
Today I had the chance to sit down with performance coach and professional motivator, Brett. Now a founder of the brand and movement, MotivatedByBrett, Brett helps his clients operate at 100% of all aspects of their lives. He shares a wealth of knowledge on how to get started and little tricks everyone can use to start seeing their lives improve today. I’m grateful he took the time to swing by and think this episode is full of much needed takeaways!
March 20, 2020
25, 5 Tips to Developing an Elite Mindset
Short and Sweet, 5 tips to make sure your mindset is Elite!
March 13, 2020
24 Marisa Viola: Associate Director of Performance and Education at Plae
Today I had the chance to sit down with former division one soccer player and collegiate strength coach, Marisa. Now, Coach Viola is the associate director of Performance and Education for Plae. Through both her experience as a player and now coach, Marisa has a great insight on what it takes to get peak performance out of athletes. She’s an industry leader and has a great mindset on what roles a coach should play so be sure to check out our conversation!
March 6, 2020
23 Amanda McGrew: Playoff Dating App Founder and Former D1 Basketball Player
Today I had the chance to sit down with former division one women’s basketball player and now founder of Playoff Dating app, an app focused on helping the human connection between current and former athletes. Amanda runs her start up app all while coaching and teaching in California. She shares a great bit about time management, what lessons she learned through a maybe not so typical recruiting process, and is a perfect example of someone taking action on her dreams. Please welcome on Amanda!
February 28, 2020
22 Chris Mattina: Professional Rugby Player for Rugby United NY
Today I had the chance to sit down with Professional Rugby player for the Rugby United New York club and former USA 7s team member Chris Mattina. Chris and I actually went to University of Delaware together and took a couple of classes as part of our coaching science minor. He attributes a lot of his education, especially that in sports nutrition, to his success on the rugby pitch. Now a few years removed from college, Chris is living out his dream of playing rugby professionally for his hometown’s squad and has had the chance to represent the United States on the international rugby scene as well. He offers great insight on sport selection as a youth in the US and how his unusual path to his current career could help those athletes currently participating in some not so mainstream sports. Check it out!
February 21, 2020
21 Haley Schweizer: Philadelphia Fire Professional Lacrosse Player
Today I had the chance to sit down with Professional Lacrosse player for the Philadelphia Fire, Haley Schweizer. Haley was a former standout at John’s Hopkins university where she was a third team all American, first team all Big ten, and holds the Hopkin’s school record for games played at 75. Beyond the field, Haley was a Big Ten Distinguished Scholar. Haley currently juggles a professional lacrosse with Physicians Assistant school and coaching her former high school team. If it sounds like she’s superwomen, it’s because she is. I really appreciated her taking time out of her busy schedule to share with me what has allowed her to be who she is. There are a ton of valuable lessons from our conversation so go ahead and check it out!
February 14, 2020
20 Mental Toughness: 7 Key Characteristics
Mental Toughness is a key trait of the most elite athletes in the world. I breakdown 7 key characteristics that go into overall mental toughness. With an in-depth look at each one, I also detail exercises you can practice each day to improve your mental toughness. Listen in today and start getting the results you want out of your training.
February 7, 2020
19 Brian Camp: Father, Coach, and Mentor
Today’s guest is my role model in both swimming and in life, my father. He swam growing up and eventually went on to swim at Towson University, setting multiple school records along the way. Since his collegiate career, he has gotten in to coaching of all ages and levels. He’s coached kids from learning to swim all the way to qualifying for Olympic Trials. The past 40+ years of his life have been dedicated to helping young athletes realize their true potential and learn more about themselves through the sport of swimming. We talk about a lot, but mainly we focus in on how to deal with different athletes and finding the coaching style that meshes best with different personalities.
December 20, 2019
18 Peak Performance and Breaking Down "The Zone"
No doubt you've heard athletes speak on being in "the zone." It's a state of being where nothing can go wrong. How do these athletes reach this point of peak performance? Often times it's through years of practice and trial/error. Today's episode will simplify that process and leave you with a  clearer understanding of what your individual zone looks like. You'll learn how to further study your own peak performances, leading you to be able to repeat them more frequently.
December 13, 2019
17 Nicolette Crisalli: Catholic University All Time Leading Goal Scorer
Today’s guest is Catholic University’s all time leading goal scorer for lacrosse, three time first team all conference player, and athlete of the year. Nicolette has since graduated and explored the practice of yoga, becoming a certified instructor where she teaches along side her mom at Summer Rain Yoga.
December 6, 2019
16 Hania Moro: Egyptian National Record Holder
Today’s guest is an Egyptian National record holder, 2 time world championships qualifier, and 4 time African Games gold medalist. Hania came over to the US from Egypt to continue her swimming and education at UMBC. She shares a very positive perspective and how she was able to develop that despite being homesick, something a lot of incoming freshman deal with, but especially so for international students. Her life was forever changed by her coach at UMBC so tune in and hear what advice she has to offer that can change yours!
November 29, 2019
15 Emily Lung: Former Division 1 Soccer Player
Today’s guest is a former standout soccer player at Loyola University. Emily excelled in her four year career there, despite fighting through multiple injuries. I’m excited to share her message of how her soccer success has gotten her involved in coaching the sport herself now; as well as her other career aspirations! 
November 22, 2019
14 Jonathan Gomez: Colombian Olympian and NY Breaker Professional Swimmer
Today’s guest is an Olympian from Colombia, specializing in butterfly. Jonathan had a chance to come to the United States at age 13 from Cali, Colombia. At this time, he taught himself English while adjusting to a new culture and continuing to pursue his love of swimming. That passion and drive paid off as he eventually went on to swim at Southern Methodist University. In 2016, Jonathan had a chance to represent Colombia on the Olympic stage in Rio where he placed 15th. Jonathan has such a genuine passion for not just the sport, but giving back to his hometown community. If his story resonates with you, please consider helping out his organization! 
November 15, 2019
13 Alex Tooley: Olympic Trial Qualifier and Delaware School Record Holder
Today's guest is a special one to me. Alex was actually my host at the University of Delaware on my recruiting trip and the main reason I ended up picking UD. I realized very soon after meeting him that he also had a unique hunger to always get better. Tune in to find out just how he was able to succeed at UD and beyond the pool, often times balancing all night group projects for his chemical engineer major and 5:30 am morning practices. If you're a student athlete, you don't want to miss this one!
November 8, 2019
12 Nicole Fisher: Spartan Race World Championship Qualifer
Today’s guest is a Spartan race national championship qualifier. For those new to what Spartan racing is; it’s a form of extreme obstacle course racing. They consist of different distances and various obstacles, which Nicole breaks down in our introduction. Spartan racing is always pushing their contestants to challenge their limits and redefine what they think is possible. Nicole and I talk about what it’s like to undergo some of the most challenging obstacles, how she got involved in obstacle racing, and what it’s like to push her body to actual failure a few weeks back at the world championships in Lake Tahoe
November 4, 2019
11 Ali Khalafalla: 2 Time Olympian and Egyptian Record Holder
Today’s guest is a two time Olympic swimmer representing his native country of Egypt. He moved to Virginia in high school and later found himself at Indiana University where he quickly became one of the nation’s and world’s top sprinters. We discuss what it’s like to move to a completely new country, how he handles the pressures of expectations of his family and coaches, as well as how he has gone head to head with some of the most famous sprinters in history, and won. I’m very excited to have Ali join me today and to be able to share his message with you!
November 1, 2019
10 Rashard Fant: Chicago Bear Cornerback
After playing 5 years at Indiana University, red-shirting and getting his master's in the process, Rashard joined the Chicago Bears as an undrafted free agent in 2017. Currently dealing with being on Injured Reserve and rehabbing a knee injury, Rashard is focusing in on family life and being student of the game, so when his time comes, he'll be ready. Join Rashard and I as we discuss how to deal with injuries and setbacks, tools he uses to keep himself on the right path, the importance of a strong support system, and what's next for him!
October 28, 2019
9 Elizabeth Beisel: 3 Time Olympian, 2x Olympic Medalist
Join Elizabeth and I as we touch on her storied swimming career and breakdown the approaches she learned that worked best for her. From making her first Olympics at 15 years old, to being the longest tenured female swimmer on the US national team, Elizabeth has done it all in swimming. Tune in to hear her key takeaways from her vast experience and how they can help you in whatever it is you do!
October 25, 2019
8 Folarin Orimolade: 2017 Grey Cup Champion
Join us as we sit down with Folarin and discuss his football journey. From giving the sport a try for the first time in high school, to being 2016 Ivy League defensive player of the year. Folarin has a great outlook and perspective on the game that has allowed him to endure injury and stay positive as he keeps his NFL dream alive.
October 21, 2019
7 Tom Shields: Olympic Gold Medalist and American Record Holder
Do you ever what goes on in Olympic swimmer's mind? How they deal with the pressures of making the team and representing something bigger than just themselves? Join Tom and I as we dive into what has made him the person he is today. The professional world of swimming can be a grueling one that is unforgiving at times, hear how Tom handles adversity and what advice he has for our next generation of athletes to do the same!
October 18, 2019
6 Jillian Dunston: Former University of Michigan Basketball Player
Tune in to find out how Jillian was able to use her support system in combination with positive self talk to transition to a staple of the Wolverines women's team her last few years at the program.
October 14, 2019
5 Jelani Jenkins: Former NFL Linebacker and Founder of MindBody Sports
Ever wonder what goes through an NFL defensive player's mind when facing the best offenses? What about how to handle expectations of being the highest recruited linebacker out of high school? Jelani and I sit down to talk positive self affirmations, mindfulness, and what his next endeavors are now that his playing days are over. Check it out and let us know what you think!
October 11, 2019
4 Liz Kemp: 2010 NCAA National Champion Swimmer
Excited to welcome on Liz Kemp as we discuss her success in swimming, as well as female burnout in sport, the importance of coaches with similar values, and more! Tune in to hear Liz's experience and how she's been able to transition from swimmer to coach and educator.
October 7, 2019
3 Kwaku Banahene: Former D1 Rugby Player Turned Pro Muay Thai Fighter
From wrestling to rugby to muay thai, Kwaku has done it all. Tune in as we take an in depth look into the mind of a combat sport connoisseur.
October 4, 2019
2 Bob Glover: 4 Time NCAA All American Swimmer
Tune in as I sit down with close friend and 4 time NCAA All American swimmer, Bob Glover. Hear Bob's story of how he transitioned from a small town to the nation's biggest stage in the swim world.
September 30, 2019
1 Cory Camp: Former Division 1 Swimmer Turned Fitness Professional
Welcome to the Athletic Mindset! Take the time to get to know your host Cory Camp and how he was able to make it from a near drowning experience at 5 to placing top 70 in the country in multiple events at age 21, breaking 7 school records at the University of Delaware along the way.
September 23, 2019
The Athletic Mindset Trailer
Welcome to The Athletic Mindset! A podcast series dedicated to the mental approach and psychology of some of the world's top athletes. Be sure to stay on the lookout for a new episode every Monday!
September 17, 2019