By Weekly Boost Podcast
Weekly discussions surrounding a vast array of interests hosted by Ben and Austin. A place for organic discussions, curious minds, and a few laughs along the way.
62. Failing is Important
This week Austin talks playoff baseball and Week 5 of the NFL season. In the second half, he discusses the importance of failing in life and especially science and using that to motivate and drive success. Thank you for tuning in and enjoy! This episode is sponsored by Anchor! The easiest, most useful tool when starting a podcast. You can edit and publish videos right from your computer with little no effort at all. Anchor makes it easy for podcasters like us, to continue making content for our audience.
October 11, 2021
61. Find your niche and MLB Postseason preview
This week, we talk about finding what you enjoy to reset and preview the MLB Postseason after a wild September push!
October 4, 2021
60. This is Jeopardy!
Play along as your hosts compete for bragging rights in a high-stakes Jeopardy! game designed by Michael.
September 27, 2021
59. St. Marinara Madness, vol. 2
Michael was watching Jeopardy! a little while back, and one of the clues sparked a revival of one our our favorite games. It's the return of St. Marinara Madness! Listen along to see which quartet takes the cake!
September 20, 2021
58. Football Season is here!
This week, we talk about the first week of NFL football and the college football season in full swing. With upsets and fantasy points up for grabs, we share our thoughts and VERY early playoff predictions. At the end of this episode we complain (some more) about blackouts especially with September baseball upon us.
September 13, 2021
57. The Mysteries of Law School with David Knapp
This week, we catch up with a former teammate and friend of the show, Dave Knapp! Dave graduated from Georgetown Law and is currently working with the DOJ in D.C. We talk all about law school as Dave fills us in on the structure, workload, and environment that cultivates the next generation of lawyers.
September 6, 2021
56. Stress less
This week, we explore how stress has impacted our lives especially during the pandemic and the vast uncertainty of the world we live. We talk coping strategies and some of the things that help us. Next week, guest episodes return, so stay tuned!
August 30, 2021
55. Back to school and a (semi) formal apology
This week, we talk about Austin's start in grad school and some of the exciting projects he'll be working on. We also revisit our predictions for MLB and make some changes!
August 23, 2021
54. Pod Decks vol. 3
This week we utilize our partnership with Pod Decks and bring you a quick fire episode filled with Would You Rather and other thought-provoking questions!
August 16, 2021
53. Olympics, mental health, and Bucks in 6
This week, we're all over the board. We talk about the MLB trade deadline, the state of the Green Bay Packers, the Bucks' title, and the Olympics. When we recorded this one it was the height of the Simone Biles news just prior to when she shared she's experiencing the "twisties". We talk about the importance of this conversation and the necessary understanding and support she's received. Also, this was recorded hours before some of the big moves of the deadline like Joey Gallo to the Yankees and Eduardo Escobar to the Brewers so forgive us there. We hope you enjoy this kickoff to our second YEAR of content!
August 9, 2021
52. Our YEAR in review!
This week, we bring you a special episode of the WBP. We rank our Top 5 Moments and Episodes and reflect on the previous year of our show. We thank everyone for their support whether you listened to one episode or 51 or even supported us through our store and partnership with the ACS--thank you.
August 2, 2021
51. Drafting the 50 States
BACK TO BACK This week, Michael makes a rare back to back appearance as we take inspo from another platform and draft the 50 states. Perhaps poor planning on our end that this wasn't episode 50, but we divide the states into 9 regions and generate a random draft order for each region. Listen in and see if your state gets picked and vote who won this round!
July 26, 2021
50. What if the Presidents played baseball?
For the big 5-0 this week we take inspiration from Jomboy Media and put the Weekly Boost's spin on creating the best baseball lineup from our previous Presidents. Michael joins Ben and Austin to give you our rationales and picks including some superlatives. Be sure to vote on the best lineup on our socials!
July 19, 2021
49. MLB at the break
This week we breakdown MLB at the All Star Break. With the Home Run Derby tonight, we give you our predictions and storylines heading into the competition. We also share our [highly accurate] predictions for the remainder of the season and our playoff fields. Let us know your thoughts on the MLB season and how you think it'll shake out come October!
July 12, 2021
48. Emily Glankler and building Anti-Social Studies
This week we sit down and talk to Emily Glankler, a high school social studies teacher from Texas. She founded Anti-Social Studies a few years back as a way to fill in those adults who admittedly slept through or don't remember a thing from history class. Today, she has built a following of over 100k on TikTok and a community of teachers, students, and adults that want to learn more about "the most important subject on the planet." We talk about her path to her brand and legitimizing it in the midst of a profession meant to breed humility. We then move to some of the hot topics in the field today, touching on Confederate statues and monuments as well as the highly politicized new buzzword, critical race theory. Join us for a phenomenal conversation that talks through some of the obstacles social studies teachers and the American public face today! *If you enjoyed this episode, be sure to look for Emily on TikTok, Instagram, and anywhere you get your podcasts and DON'T forget to drop us a follow or subscribe to our YouTube so you don't miss out on future WBP content! https://antisocialstudies.org/
July 5, 2021
47. "I've got a bad feeling about this"--Is intuition real?
This week, we get philosophical and talk intuition. Citing both viewpoints, we discuss that gut feeling you get when making decisions. Stay tuned for some fun content coming up!
June 28, 2021
46. It's a microbial world
This week, Austin and Ben discuss some of the research and subject matter Austin has been studying. We talk microbes and their importance in our world. While we may not be able to see them with the naked eye, bacteria make up 15% of the world's biomass, and you have more bacteria cells than your own in your body. Tune in to the back half of this one where we talk about the importance of a community in cultivating future researchers and scholars!
June 21, 2021
45. Want to go to Mars? and other issues in STEM education
This week, we discuss some of our observations with STEM education and the wonders the world can bring. Tune in as we talk about MARS and other space endeavors and the debate surrounding the immense cost of such trips. Let us know your thoughts--if you'd like to join us for a discussion message us on social media and we'd love to chat.
June 14, 2021
44. The Three D's with Michael
Michael returns this week for another one of his games. This time, Austin and Ben are faced with choices to Devour, Destroy, or Dabble with. At the end of the episode, you can also expect Michael's take on celebration in MLB. We hope you enjoy!
June 7, 2021
43. Tulsa, 100 years later
This week, we bring to light the Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921. On May 31, 1921 Dick Rowland was accused of assaulting a White woman in an elevator in downtown Tulsa. At the height of the lynching era in the United States, the accusation fueled racial tensions already present in a city with a rising affluent Black community centered in the Greenwood district. The race massacre left 10,000 people homeless and killed around 300 people. Black business owners and citizens on "Black Wall Street" lost their wealth and homes in a two day affair that permanently stained American race relations. We talk about how this incident in American history gets left out of curricula nationwide and the sometimes difficult job it can be to wrestle with dark times in American history. Especially with HB 1775 passing in Oklahoma earlier this month and the 1776 Commission launched by former President Trump late last year, this issue about how and what should be taught in our schools remains pertinent. Editor's note: While we talk about the necessity to be critical of our past, it is important to take a moment and express our sincere gratitude to those that have made the ultimate sacrifice for our nation's freedom. This Memorial Day we thank all that have served this nation from its inception to today. Thank you.
May 31, 2021
42. Racism in Medicine
For this week's show, we take our focus to institutional racism within healthcare. Using recently learned knowledge from graduate work, JAMA publications, and other disparity statistics, we discuss how implicit bias affects healthcare and medicine. While efforts continue to move closer to health equity, this conversation is important to understanding societal systems interact with medicine and public health. We're headed to the homestretch of our campaign with the American Cancer Society. Be sure to order a shirt or donate to our fundraiser if you're willing and able!
May 24, 2021
41. Last Chance U's John Mosley
This week, we feature Coach John Mosley, the head men's basketball coach at East Los Angeles College. John and his program are the most recent feature of the Netflix Original Series, "Last Chance U". With him and his coaching style on display for the world to see, John retained his authenticity and passion for coaching. He's coached at the Division I level and spent time playing professionally in Australia and Brazil. We talk about the road to developing a winning culture within a program, the gratification and satisfaction when helping athletes get to the next level, and other challenges to managing a team. He's been an inspiration to so many who have played for him as well as watched his season on Netflix. We hope you enjoy this week's show. Don't forget to check out and support our campaign with the American Cancer Society this month!
May 17, 2021
40. Kassidy, 2.0
This week, Kassidy returns for a special ACS episode! We talk about her abbreviated junior basketball season and her semester wrap up before revisiting her experience with cancer. Rather than recreate our first episode with Kassidy, we discuss trauma and mental strength. We also touch on well-wishes and good intentions and how the result isn't the desired one. Kassidy is always a treat to speak with, she's a great listener and her outlook on life is admirable. Enjoy!
May 10, 2021
39. A brief overview of ACS and cancer research
This week, we launch our fundraiser to benefit cancer research. We have a month of themed episodes on deck, with returning guests and more information about cancer research on the way. We've also started selling our t-shirts for $20 with proceeds benefiting our GoFundMe. If you can, we'd appreciate any and all support for the ACS! If you'd like a shirt, reach out on social media or email@example.com https://charity.gofundme.com/o/en/campaign/weekly-boost-podcast-against-cancer
May 3, 2021
38. The Anti-Vax movement and the future of MLB
This week, Austin and Ben discuss some of the roots to what we see now with anti-vaccination movements. We cover some of the themes in the history of compulsory vaccination and transition to the ends of our semesters. We talk about the future of MLB and our thoughts on growing the game in today's society. Go to our Instagram for the shirts we reference and get one while they're still available. $20 with most of the proceeds benefitting our partnership with the American Cancer Society!
April 26, 2021
37. John Corcoran, the Evangelical Podcaster
This week, the Weekly Boost welcomes a prominent podcaster to the show, John Corcoran! John is the co-founder and CEO of Rise25, a company that helps businesses make connections and grow podcasts. He has a podcast of his own, entitled Smart Business Revolution where he's been interviewing entrepreneurs like Gary Vaynerchuk for ten years. Prior to podcasting, John practiced law, served as a White House speech writer for the Clinton administration, and has authored several books on building connections and acquiring clients. We discuss the beauty of podcasting, networking, and focusing on content rather than numbers. Whether you're a podcaster, fan, or just someone looking to develop professionally, you won't want to miss this one!
April 19, 2021
36. Mimicry and More Pod Decks
This week, we talk about some of the ways people in the past shape our experiences today. We talk about FOMO and individuality. We close this week's show with more Pod Decks questions. If you record a podcast or know someone that does, go check out our friends at Pod Decks for episode prompts, merchandise, and an awesome new app. Use code "weeklyboost" at the checkout!
April 12, 2021
35. Random Burnout
This week, we talk about burnout and how to navigate past it. Whether it's school-related or work-related, it affects all of us. Austin also lodges the discussion into an existential discussion and we look forward to an exciting month of May. Start saving your change to help a great cause!
April 5, 2021
34. Guest recap
This week, we take a look back on many of the guests we've welcomed to the show. Through interviewing family, friends, and strangers, we've learned a lot about life and the experiences that compose it. We wanted to take this week to reflect on common themes and tropes in our conversations and digest the content we've put out. We hope it piques your interest to relive some of those episodes and keep learning! Don't forget about our new website!
March 29, 2021
33. John England and Western Swing
This week we welcome singer/songwriter John England to the show! John has been a professional musician for years and has played in Indiana, New York City, and even at the Grand Ole Opry. His band "John England and the Western Swingers" became a staple at Robert's Wester World since they began playing there in July 2001. Ever since, every Monday you can find John playing music with his swingers on Broadway. We cover John's journey to music, how Western Swing is unique, and the transformation of Nashville through the years. Stick around for a great multifaceted discussion. Find John at Robert's every Monday or on Instagram @instajohn615 You can also find his website here: http://www.westernswingers.com/
March 22, 2021
32. Zach Jasinski and more games with Michael
This week, we welcome one of our 3rd co-host's friends Zach to the show. Zach is a data scientist in Milwaukee, but in his college days competed on the UWW track team. He won a National Title for pole vaulting his senior year, and we're excited to talk a little bit about his experience as pole vaulter. Stick around for the back half of the episode to see who wins the hotly contested Newlywed Game between Austin/Ben and Zach/Michael!
March 15, 2021
31. Hammerin' Out a Vaccine
This week, Austin and Ben talk about the scientific breakthrough that is the COVID-19 vaccine. With Ben receiving his first dose this past week, we reflect on the swift work of scientists, immunologists, and pharmaceutical companies to make this a reality less than a year after the world shut down. We also shift to shedding light on one of the greatest baseball players of all time, Henry Aaron. Aaron's humility, work ethic, and consistency made him an inspiration for the next generation of Black baseball players. Stick around as we honor Hammerin' Hank and talk mRNA vaccines. Referenced articles/links: https://covid.cdc.gov/covid-data-tracker/#vaccinations https://asm.org/Articles/2021/February/SARS-CoV-2-Variants-vs-Vaccines Note: We are not experts in the field, nor do we claim to be, just two curious individuals.
March 8, 2021
30. PVD Returns!
We welcome PVD back to the show for our 30th. Patrick offers insight into his unique basketball season, his teaching, and answers to some Pod Decks questions. We talk about influential books from high school, and the importance of education. It wouldn't be a PVD appearance without roasting Austin, so enjoy that. Be sure to check out our store as well as Pod Decks. Use code "weeklyboost" at the Pod Decks checkout for a discount!
March 1, 2021
29. Deep Freeze
This week, Austin and Ben talk about the importance of networking, reorganizing your passions, and the record-breaking winter storms that swept through the southern United States this past week. Listen in as we announce a major partnership moving forward and have a real talk about distracting yourself during those difficult days.
February 22, 2021
28. New Beginnings
This week, Austin recaps his recent solo trip to Oklahoma describing his experience on OU's campus and in Oklahoma City. We talk about the importance of rejuvenating and being authentic in everything you do. We hope you enjoy this week's episode! Drop us some suggestions or guest ideas in our DMs! Check out the Collective on Instagram: @thecollectivefoodhall Great food and atmosphere in Midtown OKC!
February 15, 2021
27. Experience over age with Kassidy Walters
This week we welcome student athlete and cancer survivor, Kassidy Walter to the show! During Kassidy's freshman year, doctors discovered a mass in her chest that was stage 2 Hodgkin's Lymphoma. Listen in as she talks about her experience from chemo and radiation remission and her eventual return to the court. She exhibits wisdom in her voice and talks about the importance of gratitude and being emotionally vulnerable. Kassidy also talks about the importance of personal growth and not being overly critical on your past self. She's got an incredible story to tell and we hope you enjoy this one as much as we did! Instagram: @kassidy.walters Be sure to like, share and subscribe to our YouTube, Spotify, and Apple Podcasts. Don't forget about our merch either! (Link in bio)
February 8, 2021
26. Darren Fox and Entrepreneurship
This week we welcome Austin's uncle to the show. Darren has built his marketing and web design company from the ground-up and it has become one of the prominent marketing firms in the world. As President and founder of the company, Darren gives a unique look into the struggles of opening and developing your own company in a digital world. We discuss the future of tech, the importance of taking risks, and his own podcast venture. Look for Pitcher This, where he talks to those in the beverage industry about their own brands and drinks. We hope you enjoy this amazing discussion on personal growth and development!
February 1, 2021
25. Matt Donovan and Oklahoma
This week we welcome Matt Donovan to the show. Matt is a professional hockey player and the first Oklahoman to be drafted to the NHL. Like most hockey players, he's played all over the world including a World Junior's tournament where he took home the gold medal representing the United States. We talk about Oklahoma, hockey culture, the importance of a day to day mindset, as well as giving back through his Squatch Hockey company. We hope you enjoy this week's show! Insta: @squatchdonovan & @squatchhockeyco Weekly Boost Pod Store: https://shop.spreadshirt.com/weeklyboostpodcastshop/
January 25, 2021
24. Time is a Fallacy
In this episode, Austin and Ben talk about their recent struggles with headspace and time slipping away. We also add in more PodDecks questions, and Austin previews his trip to Oklahoma. We can't believe we're in the middle of January already, but we're happy to keep this rolling. Be sure to check out our new merch store https://shop.spreadshirt.com/weeklyboostpodcastshop/ Drop us some suggestions for future merch or episode/guest ideas!
January 18, 2021
23. Wheel of Family Feud
This month's game with Michael is an adapted version of Family Feud! Listen along as Ben and Austin try and match the answers of Michael's impressive 100 person survey. We hope you enjoy!
January 11, 2021
22. Duality of Change
Join us this week as we talk New Year's resolutions, stained glass, and Austin's definition of change. We talk about our Youtube debut and other things on deck. Stay tuned for some fun things ahead for the Weekly Boost in 2021!
January 4, 2021
21. 4th String Sports
Our first collab with another podcast is here! This week, Ben reconnects with an old friend, and we learn more about an upstart podcast, 4th String Sports. Hosts Danny and Ryan share their vision for their podcast and some of the challenges they foresee. We also follow up with more hot takes, but this time we stick to sports. We hope you enjoy! You can follow 4th String on Instagram @4th_stringsports
December 28, 2020
20. Milwaukee's Own Mark Baden
This week, Austin and Ben welcome WISN's chief meteorologist, Mark Baden to the Weekly Boost. Although Mark is originally from St. Louis, he's made Milwaukee his home in his 23 years at WISN 12. We discuss the challenges of forecasting, the meteorologist community, and maintaining positivity when forecasting. We hope you enjoy this kickoff to season two!
December 21, 2020
19. Off the Deep End
Join us as we talk about gratitude and perspective. We get a little deep in this one, but we also recap our latest semester. Hope you enjoy!
December 14, 2020
18. Hot Takes and Cake Shakes
Michael returns for his third visit to the show, and we talk about Michael's many hot takes. No opinion is safe in this episode as we delve into cinema, fast food, and Sister Jean. Ben gets punished for not having hot takes ready and provides you with some much anticipated farm animal fun facts. Enjoy! Remember to use "weeklyboost" in the checkout on Pod Decks!
December 7, 2020
17. Reciprocity and America's Greatest Idea
For this week's episode, we discuss our Thanksgiving complete with talk on giving and gratitude. Later in the episode, we touch on Austin's favorite National Parks while also discussing brand loyalty. Stay tuned for some big episodes on deck! Follow us on Instagram @weeklyboostpod Be sure to use "weeklyboost" for all your Pod Decks Orders!
November 30, 2020
16. Alaska and reinventing yourself
This week we continue the trend of guest related to us when we welcome Ben's uncle to the show. He is currently managing a bike shop and also paints bikes on the side. We talk Alaska, books, and other aspects of life. Be sure to check out his work on Instagram @jcahakbikepaint and tell him the Weekly Boost sent you. Don't forget to check out Pod Decks as well and use our code "weeklyboost" in the check out for a discount!
November 23, 2020
15. Meet the Parents, Part 2: Adapt and Overcome
This week we continue our series entitled "Meet the Parents" with Austin's dad. We share childhood memories, instances of adversity, and describe his path to becoming a black belt. We hope you enjoy and be sure to use the code "weeklyboost" in your PodDecks cart!
November 16, 2020
14. Election Recap with Randal (with one "L")
This week on the Weekly Boost we welcome one of our friends Randy to the pod. Randy is currently a law student in Wisconsin and was a Politics and Government major at Ripon. We talk about the election, the state of the nation as well as the debut our new sponsor. We hope you enjoy! Be sure to check out Pod Decks! Promo code: weeklyboost
November 9, 2020
13. The Return of Michael
This week we have another installment of Michael's shenanigans. We break down some hypothetical matchups and determine a CLEAR winner. Let's just say nightmares may be coming.. Special thanks to Michael and his creative mind for putting these segments together. Enjoy everyone!
November 2, 2020
12. Meet the Parents; Part 1
This week we welcome Ben's dad to the podcast. Joe is currently an electrical inspector for a city in Wisconsin. He's a master of many trades and arguably a human Shazam machine. Over the next few weeks we'll incorporate your hosts' parents to get to know us a little better. We talk about hobbies, work ethic, and more in this fun one! Keep listening and sharing!
October 26, 2020
11. Girls Takeover
This week, females invade with appearances from Caitie and Laurissa, two more alums from Ripon. Caitie is working in Human Resources, Laurissa is working in behavioral therapy. We talk about their relationship and their time at Ripon, among other things. Near the end, Caitie leads a segment to get to know your hosts a little better. Enjoy and remember to keep sharing us if you like what you hear!
October 19, 2020
10. Mike Liambas, hockey, and woodworking
Today, our guest is a Canadian professional hockey player that has spent time with numerous teams. He's played for the Nashville Predators, Anaheim Ducks, Milwaukee Admirals, Iowa Wild, Rockford Ice Hogs, and San Diego Gulls among other teams. He's a father, an entrepreneur and has a pretty unique story and path to the NHL. In this episode, Mike Liambas gives a glimpse into his life, lessons learned, and other meaningful words to incorporate into your mentality. Check out Mike on social media @mliambas and make sure to follow his business @nomadic_designs for some really cool, Canadian crafted charcuterie boards, cribbage boards, butcher block, and more! Thanks for all the love and keep sharing our pod!
October 13, 2020
9. Deja Blue and 5-year plans
This week Austin and Ben handle the tough questions like "Which brand of water is superior?" We briefly recap the Presidential debate and talk about some newer features on Spotify. We also mention our 5-year plans and the ambiguity of the future. Follow us on Goodreads for more book recommendations! Check out the books I added on Goodreads! Ben's: https://www.goodreads.com/friend/i?invite_token=ODNmYWYwYjUtNDlhZS00ZGI4LWEyM2YtY2U5MmFhMzM4MzQ5 Austin's: https://www.goodreads.com/friend/i?feature=friend-invite-url&invite_token=ZjRlODMwZjktN2U3Ni00NzQwLTkwOTUtN2YxNDg5YjRkMzNk
October 5, 2020
8. Dilemmas and Documentaries
This week, we fill you in on some of the documentaries we've watched most recently. With no guest, we get a chance to give our perspectives on some of the issues in society while providing virtually no solution. On a positive note, there is no discussion surrounding baseball or our college experiences. We hope you enjoy and welcome any debate!
September 28, 2020
7. Pikachu and Pakistan: Fun and Games with Michael
For lucky number 7 we have the amateur magician, Rubix's cube enthusiast, and ping pong legend, Michael Barnes on the show. Michael was a staple in the Ripon College baseball battery for four years and is now a graduate assistant coach. We talk about reading, baseball (again), and Michael takes over the show in the second half. Play along as we test our geographic and Pokémon knowledge in this version of "Who's that Pokémon?" Thanks for the support as we continue this venture!
September 21, 2020
#6. Mercedes or Benz? featuring Drew and Josh
For the first time since the Weekly Boost's inception, we have "in-studio" guests. We welcome Drew Slade and Josh Oswald to the show. Drew is currently a Sales Representative for a steel distributor and another Ripon College alum. He also coaches high school football and baseball. Josh is a graduate student and Security Operations Associate for a financial group and has also dabbled in coaching. We reminisce, talk football, and discuss some deep Would You Rather questions. Stick around and enjoy a glimpse into our college experience and hopefully a few laughs. We appreciate the love and support!
September 14, 2020
#5. Book Club
Back to the basics for this week on Weekly Boost. With classes beginning and busy schedules all around, no guest joins us this week as we just sit down and discuss recent books, the 1918-1919 flu pandemic, and reflect a little on our progress as a podcast thus far. Also, we give you a sneak peak into what to anticipate for Episode 6, which should be a fun one. So, enjoy and reach out on social media for feedback, support, topics, and potential guest appearances!
September 7, 2020
#4. PVD and the Roast of Austin
This week, we have a marathon for you guys. We welcome Patrick Van Daalwyk to the pod, an English teacher and basketball coach at a high school in Wisconsin. He is an alumnus of Ripon College where he played baseball as well as coaching following graduation. A very cerebral coach (like we talk about), he introduced us to some useful tools that can relate to life as well as sports. Most of the first half relates the complexities of life to the baseball diamond, but after all the jargon and reminiscing, there's a lot of quality content. We also roast Austin, but all in good fun, we promise. We really hope you enjoy and be sure to spread the word!
August 31, 2020
#3. Jon Kilmer and the Big Boy
This week, we welcome Jon Kilmer to the pod. Kilmer is a music and video producer working with a variety of artists including mike (formerly Mike Stud), 44 phantom, Huey Mack, among others. He has produced a feature film that released in 2018 and is currently working on his latest film. He co-hosts the "YNK: you know what I mean?" podcast with mike and it features a wide variety of guests in the music, sports, entertainment, and other industries. Kilmer fills us in on his projects, life advice, and dealing with negativity. After the interview, Austin and Ben recap the week and talk a bit about the Padres' phenom. This was a lot of fun, and if you haven't listened to an episode yet, this is the one to listen to. You can find Jon Kilmer on social media @jonkilmer. Hope you enjoy!
August 24, 2020
#2 Almost Perfect
In this week's episode we delve into the world of D3 sports, no hitters, and pickled onions. Another big week in the books, with some pretty remarkable guests on deck. Hope you enjoy this one, because we certainly did. Remember spread the word and keep listening! Our instagram is @weeklyboostpod and our Twitter is @weeklyboostpod. Thanks again and look forward to more episodes in the future!
August 16, 2020
Welcome to the Weekly Boost Podcast. This week's episode introduces listeners to what's ahead. We talk about what to expect in future episodes, reasons for creating the show, and also a big week for the hosts. We hope you enjoy!
August 7, 2020