After playing volleyball through high school and college, Chris Hornacek decided to pursue a professional career in Spikeball. Since then, he has traveled all over the USA to compete in sponsored tournaments and events. Heading into 2019, Chris has plans to make the sport bigger than ever and we had the chance to speak with him on where his sights are set. Be sure to check out the first podcast of 2019!
In this episode Gordo Rubio joins us to discuss a few of his experiences in Las Vegas during a couple of the most notable fights in recent history! He tells us who he roots for and what it's like to be friends with Hall of Fame boxer, Roy Jones Jr. We also get into basketball and the changes that need to be made for the Lakers to evolve into a contender and Duke's path to a National Championship!
Overtime just reached ONE MILLION followers on Instagram and isn't showing any signs of slowing up! Spencer Oshman, a content manager for the company, was kind enough to take the time to answer a few questions about his experiences with Overtime, his former job with Bleacher Report, and where he sees himself going next! Plus, he gives a little bit of information on what's to come for the brand and some of the big name athletes he has worked with! You won't want to miss it!
Do you remember when the Cleveland Browns went 0-16? Of course you do, because it was just last year! Chris McNeil joins us on the show to discuss how he was able to set up the "Perfect Season" parade for them and raise money for a good cause. He also tells us about what the atmosphere in Cleveland is like surrounding their 3 major sports! Plus, how he got verified on twitter and loves sports humor more than you.
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For the first time in months, we bring you an original ASB Podcast! Trey, Ruben, and Dyllan bring the heat with their thoughts on Fantasy Football (Who do you think is in first place of the three?), upcoming major fights (UFC & Boxing), and an unknown "unguardable" NBA player talks crap...
This week the Cavemen look to face off against the undefeated Centennial Hawks in Las Cruces. Mark Rudi, sports reporter for the Las Cruces Sun News, was kind enough to join us for a quick rundown and prediction for Friday’s game. Mark heavily follows the NM State basketball team as well, so we get an update on their preseason mesh and what to expect in this year’s season.
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Julian Griffith saw great success as a first-time actor as Jefferson Albert Tibbs on the movie Hardball. He tells us all about how he landed that role, what it was like to work with Keanu Reeves and the friendships he made from the movie. After big success from the movie he chose to pursue baseball in real life! He played college baseball and went on to sign a few pro contracts. This is a podcast you won’t want to miss!
Detective and SWAT Operator, Patrick Bryant, is a good friend of the show. As a Carlsbad native, Pat has played sports his whole life. Everything from football to swim, he has tried them all and used them as mental preparation for his profession. As a detective, he decided to transform his body and compete in a body building competition. Hear all about his experiences, video game sponsorships, and much more!
Taylor Noyer is an Area Manager of Field Marketing with Adidas who has climbed the corporate ladder of the brand and is soon headed to LA to make waves! Taylor and Trey are friends from college (NM State) where they played baseball together. Since then, he has been on a roll and becoming a large part of the most stylish brand in sports! Be sure to hear this one - especially if you're an Adidas fan!
Wham-O's Marketing Director, Olyvia Pronin, joined the podcast to tell us all about the history of the company she works for. Wham-O has had a large impact on the sports world as they created the Slip 'n' Slide, Frisbee, and Hula Hoop! On this episode we talk about how their inventions come to life, what's new to look for, and a new giveaway (gotta hear the keyword)!
Bill Rom is the Head Trainer and Owner of Superior Athetics in Farmingdale, NY and has worked with countless athletes to realize their biggest goals! We're excited for you to learn from him on strength, conditioning, and nutrition on this episode. He tells us about some of his experiences as a strength coach and the relationships he has been able to form from his profession. Plus, he tells us which workout he would choose if he had no other choice - you've gotta hear this.
Jeff Rubin is the CEO and Co-Founder of SportsMe. SportsMe is a revolutionary sports app that gives fans a chance to voice their opinions and thoughts about their favorite sports, teams, players, and topics in general! Jeff tells us all about how he came up with the idea, why he's the best challenger in the app, and how bright the future looks for people who sign up!
Plus, he gives away a New Era hat to anyone who tags the podcast in the app and beats him in a battle! DO IT.
We welcomed on our very first recipient of the All Sports Best Scholarship - swimmer and outstanding student, Rachel Baggett! She was a leader on her team and an exemplary student in the classroom. We are proud to bring you our interview with Rachel as we discuss how swim changed her life, her life as a constant "new kid," what she hopes to get out of the future, and more!
Lauren Taylor (LaurenTaylorIllustrations.com) was kind enough to take an interview with us to discuss her recent success with the work she has done for professional athletes. She has made art pieces for MLB players including Joe Kelly, Jackie Bradley Jr., Dee Gordon, Mookie Betts, Nelson Cruz, and more. In this discussion, Lauren tells us all about where she got started, why she loves sports, what inspired her artwork, and the causes she works hard for! Plus, her dream might soon be realized with a company she'd love to work with...
Recently appointed University of Texas at El Paso athletic director, Jim Senter, hopped on the podcast with Danny and Trey. It is a very insightful interview that covers much ground on the hats an AD wears, marketing teams to fans, and his bit of advice for incoming athletes. He also gives us his point of view on the controversial discussion of collelges not paying players, plus a look from a college coach's lenses on potential recruits.
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