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Leadership guru Adam Mendler goes one on one with America’s most accomplished and insightful people on how they made it to the top and how you can too. Each episode features a wealth of practical, actionable advice from a leading CEO, founder, athlete, celebrity, influencer or general / admiral. Learn how to lead in today’s landscape, become your best self and excel personally and professionally – in thirty minutes.
 
Power Athlete Radio is the premier podcast is strength and conditioning. The show is hosted by Power Athlete CEO, John Welbourn and Tex McQuilkin. Each week the team ignites earbuds across the globe with world class coaches, authors, scientists and more. This weekly podcast infects you, the listener, with the advice, anecdotes, allegories, parables, movie quotes, jokes and more, proven to empower your performance.
 
The Arrow Living Female Athlete podcast is for the dream-chasers, truth-seekers, go-getters, risk-takers, and “should”-shunners who are seeking fulfillment in sport and life. Professional soccer player and mentor, Kendall Johnson, shares personal stories and interviews world class athletes, specialists, and high vibe people to offer unique ,often unconventional, approaches to tapping into your innate power.
 
A PODCAST FOR ELITE ATHLETES, PARENTS, AND COACHES... As a Sports Performance Consultant, I've worked with hundreds of student-athletes, parents, mentors, and coaches. The most common hopes and dreams of these Student-Athletes and their support community are to get a D-1 scholarship, go Pro, or make it to the Olympics. However, they're often held back by pains and fears that include self-doubt, peer pressure, fake friends, making mistakes in games or practice, and criticism from parents and ...
 
On Jersey2Job, former Virginia Commonwealth and Northern Iowa athletic administrator Nate Clayberg & Northern Iowa basketball alum Adam Viet, discuss the challenges and successes that student-athletes have following their days of competition. The transitions from an identity as an athlete to workplace professional can be difficult and hard to navigate for many. The Podcast will includes conversations with current and former collegiate athletes as well as coaches and athletic directors from s ...
 
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Level 99 Supple Leopard This week we welcome the Supple Leopard himself, that’s right, Kelly Starrett joins the crew to discuss how the times are a changing. What has this past year taught us about coaching? It’s that no amount of pivoting to virtual coaching can substitute the in-person experience. That and, given a sexy… The post Ep 527 – Recover…
 
People who surround themselves with better people are automatically going to make better decisions. Most coaches will tell youth athletes they need to run track so they can get faster, but then do everything wrong in sports practice taking away from speed! Coach Justin Kavanaugh has boots on the ground in Tokyo tooling up his… The post Ep 526 – Oly…
 
In this episode the Crew dials the voicemail to answer a question from a loyal Power Athlete Radio listener: Me and a bunch of my bartending buddies in Nashville have been doing Jacked Street for a while and absolutely loving it.I’m wondering what your thoughts are in regards to balancing alcohol consumption with getting after… The post Ep 525 – Do…
 
A national leader in the field of healthcare management, Dr. David Shulkin served as Secretary of Veterans Affairs and has held leadership positions at five major hospitals and hospital systems. Secretary Shulkin joins Adam to share his journey and best lessons learned along the way. Secretary Shulkin and Adam discuss how to lead and drive change a…
 
Good. Every so often we have a guest whose resume is so impressive that we can’t help but feel like “what am I doing with my life?”. Our guest, Jason Gardner spent 30 years as a SEAL. That’s a hell of a long time to amass the kind of leadership skills you would expect to… The post Ep 524 – Jason Gardner’s Leadership Lessons first appeared on Power …
 
Power Athlete is coming hot with live, in-person events! Power Athlete in-person clinics are back teaching lessons distilled in the trenches, empowering athletes 12-17 years old to build a base level of strength and speed, propelling them towards reaching true athletic potential. Listen in for the dates, locations, and some battle tested techniques…
 
In this episode the Crew dials the voicemail to answer a question from a loyal Power Athlete Radio listener: What’s the deal with Name, Image, Likeness (NIL) and college athletes getting paid?! The humongous part about being a celebrity is cashing in on it You may have seen the term “NIL” all over talking head… The post Ep 522 – Cashing In On NCAA’…
 
We need the tonic of wildness Imagine bombing down an icey track on hockey skates in minimal pads. As if this wasn’t terrifying enough, there are opponents all around you trying to edge you out and take the lead. Exciting? Yes. Dangerous? No question about it. That’s why this sport qualifies as extreme and it’s… The post Ep 521 – Downhill Ice Cross…
 
A leader in the world of women’s fashion, Rebecca Minkoff is the co-founder and creative visionary behind the company that bears her name. Rebecca joins Adam to share her entrepreneurial journey and best lessons learned along the way. Rebecca and Adam discuss a wide range of topics: unlocking creativity; marketing and branding; growing and scaling;…
 
In this episode the Crew dials the voicemail to answer a question from a loyal Power Athlete Radio listener: What is the current state of communication, and why is there so much fear around speaking your mind? The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena Dr. Matt Zanis joins the Power… The post Ep 520 – Searching for Outrage w/ Dr Mat…
 
Losing both legs was life-changing, not life-ending James Simpson, ex-soldier turned England wheelchair rugby league star and World Cup ambassador joins John and Tex to talking training, mindset, and finding yourself through competition. Over a decade ago, Simpson lost both legs plus three fingers and the muscle from his right forearm in an IED exp…
 
A Fortune 500 CEO, Bruce Van Saun has been a C-level executive at major financial institutions for the past three decades and led Citizens Financial Group through the largest IPO in the history of any U.S. commercial bank. Bruce joins Adam to share his journey and best lessons learned along the way. Bruce and Adam discuss a broad range of topics, i…
 
Our most valuable resources – creativity, communication, invention, and reinvention – are, in fact, unlimited. You may know Chris Duffin from Kabuki Strength [@KabukiStrength] or his notorious strength equipment line including the Duffalo Bar. What you may not know is his incredible backstory. His upbringing and and adolescent years greatly shaped …
 
In this episode the Crew dials the voicemail to answer a question from a loyal Power Athlete Radio listener: With peptides, what roll do you see them playing in the next 5-10 years as more data comes out on their usage? Do you think as a hole falling too much into citation desperately needed and… The post Ep 517 – Getting Granular on Peptides w/ Dr…
 
In this episode the Crew dials the voicemail to answer a question from a loyal Power Athlete Radio listener: Hey guys, so I’m a Grindstone user and I’ve got a question around nutrition more probably related to actually the smelling like ammonia from working out. So this is something I noticed when I trained in a fasted… The post Ep 516 – I Reek of …
 
Ambassador Ron Kirk served as a Cabinet member in the Obama administration as the United States Trade Representative. Ambassador Kirk was the first African American U.S. Trade Rep and the first African American mayor of Dallas. Ambassador Kirk joins Adam to share his journey and best lessons learned along the way. Ambassador Kirk and Adam discuss a…
 
Carry it every moment of every day. All-American badass Justin Lascek joins Power Athlete Radio to share his aim to spread the lessons learned in his journey to empower all of you. Lascek is a combat wounded Green Beret who stepped on an IED while conducting combat operations in Afghanistan. He lost both legs below… The post Ep 515 – Justin Lascek:…
 
Be the Leader Your Community Needs Ali Kershner returns to Power Athlete Radio fresh off a National Championship run staring down a decision to step away from college coaching and place a big bet on her creativity and communication ability. Tex and Ali explore a wide range of topics including the science of embarrassing yourself,… The post Ep 514 –…
 
In this episode the Crew dials the voicemail to answer a question from a loyal Power Athlete Radio listener: Long time lurker. First time submitter to the hotline. My kid is training at a local gym that is pushing sport performance training. His coach told him a bigger back squat means a bigger vertical jump.… The post Ep 513 – Stop Comparing Your …
 
An expert on social media and branding, Amy Jo Martin is a New York Times bestselling author and the founder of one of the first social media companies of all time, where she managed the social media strategy for major celebrities, athletes and companies. Amy Jo joins Adam to share her journey and best advice across a wide range of topics. Amy Jo a…
 
If you want to be a legend you have to fight with legends. Laura Phelps is one of the most well known names in powerlifting. Her transition from gymnastics, to long distance running, to bodybuilding, and finally powerlifting, makes for a unique origins story in the sport. Smashing records in four weight classes makes and… The post Ep 512 – Living P…
 
In this episode the Crew dials the voicemail to answer a question from a loyal Power Athlete Radio listener: What does it mean earn a seat at the table rather than expect an invite? Staring defense! Place at the table! When you hear the phrase, “seat at the table”, what pops into your head first?… The post Ep 511 – Earning A Seat At the Table w/ Dr…
 
In this episode the Crew dials the voicemail to answer a question from a loyal Power Athlete Radio listener: Power Athlete Radio! I was at Summer Strong and heard Woodske’s talk on supplements. I forget to ask which creatine is the best one to take. Thanks for your time. People Should Know When They’re Conquered… The post Ep 510 – Creatine: Why Eve…
 
Lauryn Evarts Bosstick is the founder of The Skinny Confidential, a community consisting of millions of people. Lauryn joins Adam to share her journey and best advice on a wide range of subjects. Lauryn and Adam discuss entrepreneurial lessons learned from building The Skinny Confidential; marketing, branding, and community-building; inspiration, f…
 
With my hands, I will hold your reigns, and with your sails. You will show me the world Derek Woodske returns to Power Athlete Radio hot off his Sorinex Summer Strong presentation all about supplements, performance, and kickin’ ass. We talk the fundamentals of strength, finding your place in this wild world of fifteen-second sound… The post Ep 509 …
 
Lead Your Community – Republish from December 2020. “It’s not how she died that made her a hero but how she lived,” Seattle police Sgt. Randy Huserik speaking about our friend, Lexi Harris (1983 – 2021). Rest in peace Lexi Harris. We mourn the loss of a special member of the Power Athlete family. Lexi… The post Ep 508 – LEO Leadership with Lexi Har…
 
In today’s episode I interview brave human being and pro soccer player Sydney Miramontez. Sydney and I met playing for the Utah Royals together. Before a few weeks ago we had no idea that, at the time, we were both secretly struggling with our own eating disorders. In our conversation, Sydney opens up about her unhealthy relationship to food and ex…
 
In this episode the Crew dials the voicemail to answer a question from a loyal Power Athlete Radio listener: Hey John and Tex – there seems to be a lot of flip flopping in the strength and fitness world in regards to rep ranges for strength and getting jacked. Power Athlete has been consistent with… The post Ep 507 – Strength and Muscle Growth Prog…
 
Brian Baumgartner played Kevin on the hit TV show The Office and won an Emmy along the way. Brian joins Adam to share his journey leading up to The Office, favorite memories and lessons learned from his time on the show, and best advice on a wide range of topics. Brian and Adam discuss how The Office came together and why it was so successful; less…
 
Be the type of person that when your feet touch the floor in the morning, the devil says ‘Oh crap … they’re up! Traditionally, police officers have opted to maintain a level of anonymity and discretion when speaking about the daily operations and challenges of a beat cop. Times are a-changing though. The fact of… The post Ep 506 – Leadership and Po…
 
In this episode the Crew dials the voicemail to answer a question from a loyal Power Athlete Radio listener: Hey John and Tex! It’s JT, long time listener, second time questioner. I recently had a friend share an Instagram post about life after athletics and the “athletic identity” which got me thinking… As a former… The post Ep 505 – Finding an Id…
 
In this episode the Crew dials the voicemail to answer a question from a loyal Power Athlete Radio listener: Thanks for all you guys do – love the content. I train HS athletes (all sports, but mostly football) and I’m looking for help on how to balance their training with me against what they’re doing… The post Ep 504 – Where Private Sector Coaches…
 
Jeff Immelt spent 17 years as the CEO of General Electric (GE), then one of the five largest companies in the country, with annual revenues that exceeded $180 billion. Jeff joins Adam to share his best lessons from the highs and lows of his career. Jeff and Adam discuss a broad range of topics: career development, leadership, culture, learning from…
 
People may hear your words, but they feel your attitude. We live in a culture where buzzer beater player gets all the glory. Rarely is credit given to the players who set the stage for that shot to even take place. Not in the world of leadership coach, Jamy Bechler. He doesn’t believe in a… The post 503 – Leaders Who Coach w/ Jamy Bechler first app…
 
In this episode the Crew dials the voicemail to answer a question from a loyal Power Athlete Radio listener: Hey crew, long time listener, third time caller, Chris calling in got a question for you today about range of motion. You guys talked a lot about doing exercises through your own individual full range of… The post Ep 502 – Squatting For Poin…
 
In this episode the Crew dials the voicemail to answer a question from a loyal Power Athlete Radio listener: John and Tex, how’s it going? Hey love the show I’ve been doing Jacked Street now for around six-seven months. I want to talk a little bit about the shadow cycle debating on whether I was… The post Ep 501 – Hemorrhoids From Training? You Bet…
 
Dara Torres is one of the most decorated Olympic athletes in history: winner of four Olympic gold medals and twelve medals in total, a record among women. Dara competed in five Olympic games, winning a gold medal as a high school student and three silver medals at age 41. Dara joins Adam to share her journey and best lessons learned along the way. …
 
Question: When I'm training to play short balls (with someone chucking them down from the other end), I generally play them quite well. But when I face short balls in the nets, I tend to hesitate and move away. I'm guessing that's because I prepare myself for a short one during throwdowns, but they're a lot more unpredictable in the nets. What's a …
 
I hated my body, but now I love it and it weirds me out Today’s episode is a follow-up of my last one on how I healed my “disordered eating.” In particular, I dive deep into my tumultuous relationship to my body. From bed-ridden concussion symptoms, to digestive issues, disordered eating, to hating what stared back at me in the mirror… my relations…
 
Anyone who stops learning is old. Anyone who keeps learning stays young. If 10,000 episodes is the number required to reach mastery, then we are 5% the way there…and it shows. Getting the old band back together is our favorite way to celebrate these milestones. This week Cali joins the crew to bring everyone up… The post Ep 500 – The Crew Celebrate…
 
To change ourselves effectively, we first had to change our perceptions Brothers and Sisters in strength returned from whence they came to celebrate what was the 14th year of Sorinex Summer Strong in South Carolina. In attendance were members of the PAHQ Crew and a rack of Block One Coaches. The goal: drink in the… The post Ep 499 – #StrongRoots Su…
 
Constantly be aware and observing. The difference between a good and a great coach: training the emotional response of your athletes. Raph Ruiz has never minced words when it comes to the industry of strength and conditioning. His guidance and experience has enabled top notch coaches like our very own Tex McQuilkin, to approach their… The post Ep 4…
 
A pioneer in the world of private equity and member of the Forbes 400, Steve Klinskly co-founded Goldman Sachs' buyout group, was an early partner at Forstmann Little, and is the founder and CEO of New Mountain Capital, which has deployed more than $30 billion. Steve joins Adam to share his journey and best advice. Steve and Adam discuss the evolut…
 
Hey Legends! Welcome to Monday Mentoring! Every Monday we will be sharing a question from our Cricket Mentoring Community with you. Question: Can you show us the technical points of a good on drive or hitting straight down the ground?Tom Scollay: Ex-pro cricketer, athlete mentor & entrepreneur による
 
You Can’t Manage a Secret. Why does Dr Cara Miller know so much about developing incredible leaders? It could be her education in the field or her years of experience. Or mayybeee it’s her seemingly innate ability to perceive and read complex systems and people. This is what truly sets her apart from other coaches,… The post Ep 497 – Leadership GUT…
 
In this episode the Crew dials the voicemail to answer a question from a loyal Power Athlete Radio listener: I am going to moderate a discussion between a club sports team tonight at the gym. They have been training at my facility for about 3 years, excellent group. Sport coach is focused on games and practices… The post Ep 496 – Performance VS Tea…
 
This episode is with one of our favourites at Cricket Mentoring, a fan favourite, one of our incredibly exciting young athletes and a good mate of mine, Teague Wyllie. Having just turned 17, Teague is still very early in his cricket journey but has achieved a lot in the past couple of years to make him one of the brightest young batting prospects i…
 
In this episode the Crew dials the voicemail to answer a question from a loyal Power Athlete Radio listener: Hello Power Athlete Crew, I’m from South Dakota and I have been a long time listener and I’ve taken the mind-blowing and life-changing Methodology course. You guys are awesome. I have a jumped in to take… The post Ep 495 – Too Young For Crea…
 
Joe Lockhart served as White House Press Secretary during President Bill Clinton’s impeachment and went on to lead communications efforts for Facebook and the NFL. Joe joins Adam to share his best lessons across a wide range of topics: crisis management, performing under pressure, leadership, communications, relationship building, and more.…
 
Understanding yourself and your game is one of the most crucial elements to your success as an athlete. But HOW do you understand yourself and your game? Through reflecting on past experiences and learning from them! In this video, @scolls5 shares a way you can learn from your previous success and failures by trying to understand what you’ve done w…
 
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