Podcast Episode

Ep. 4 – Megan Kohler, former NBA dancer turned fitness influencer

Megan Kohler is a former NBA dancer who is now focusing her career on sales and marketing, in addition to inspiring people through her fitness and nutrition regimen.

In this episode, we discuss Megan’s path from high school cheerleader to NBA dancer.  We talk about the personal dedication required toward achieving one’s goals and hear about the process to becoming part of one of the NBA’s elite, high pressured dance teams.  We finish with a discussion on Megan’s current fitness endeavors through use of her social media and what her aspirations are for both her short and long term futures.

Follow Megan:

IG: @missmeganvk | Twitter: @missmeganvk

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Ep. 3 – Andy ‘Bull’ Barch, sports radio broadcaster

Andy ‘Bull’ Barch is the play-by-play commentator for the Lake Erie Crushers, a professional baseball team out of the independent Frontier League.  He also hosts his own talk radio show, “Bull’s Eye on the Afternoon,” on AM 930 WEOL.

In this episode, we discuss Andy’s path from Bowling Green State University to where he is today, and the types of approaches required to make it in the broadcasting/media industry.  We discuss people who have played instrumental roles in Andy’s rise within the industry and end with a conversation about Andy’s current and future prospects.

Follow Andy:

IG: @bull_brasky35  |  Twitter: @theruleofbull

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IG: @nathanhaber

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Ep. 2 – Alissa Kolarik, runner who began elite running journey at 30

Alissa Kolarik is a 31-year old wife, mom and business woman who has become an elite runner in just 2-1/2 years after starting her running journey.

In this episode, we talk about Alissa’s incredible ascent to the top of the running world.  We discuss the type of workouts and dedication required to become elite, and the mindset that is needed to achieve success.  If you have excuses of why you can’t become a runner (i.e. work, school, family obligations, injuries, etc), I suggest you turn up the volume and listen to Alissa’s extraordinary story of why you can.

Follow Alissa on Instagram: @AlissaKolarik

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