Tony is an accomplished boxer. He’s an Olympic medalist (2008), 7-time National Champion, and has won 5 European medals. Now, he runs one of the best fitness boxing facilities in the world – Box N Burn.
Sam Allen, a former college basketball player and then a college coach for 8 years. He now owns and directs some of the finest basketball training and camp programs that our country has to offer – Blue Collar Basketball & PGC.
Taylor played basketball at the University of Indiana. A gritty, less-than-meets-the-build player (we joke about during the show), Taylor scrapped his way onto the team, and once there, was blessed to learn the game of basketball from some of the best players and coaches around. He’s a diligent worker, energetic as they come, and lives daily by the name of the training company that he founded, “Competitive Greatness”. Click to listen and see the full show-notes.
Aaron was one of the best high school basketball players in South Carolina, if not the best, when he was growing up. His talents brought him to the University of South Carolina, and his work ethic eventually led to a journeyman’s career in professional basketball. The most impressive thing about Aaron, though? His ability to think and reason. Now, he’s an excellent Coach, Mentor, and Career Development Facilitator.
Adversity at almost every step of his life, this former NFL player developed a tremendously resilient mindset from the hardships that he’s had to overcome. Now, he runs a premier gym in California, travels the country as a corporate Keynote Speaker, and has authored books and online programs galore. Anthony truly embodies the growth mindset, and the amount of wisdom he shares in this podcast is incredible.
Training basketball talent from middle school all the way up to NBA players, Mike authored the book “UN/Train” and has been bringing mindfulness practices to his players, various teams, organizations, business leaders, and entrepreneurs through MindShiftLabs and THRIVE3 Training, the two companies that he founded.
Mercer basketball legendary Point Guard, Atlantic Sun Player of the Year, All-World caliber leader… Langston Hall, sits down with MYC host Jakob Gollon, both who happen to be former teammates and fellow captains on the 2014 Mercer University team that upset Duke in the NCAA Tournament.
He’s a Performance Coach, Consultant, Speaker, & Author. On this episode of The MYC Study he sits down with Jakob Gollon to talk about his perspective on athletic excellence through his days at National Powerhouse Dematha, his partnership with Drew Hanlen at Pure Sweat, and now into his own speaking career.
Jason is one of the most passionate and thoughtful coaches in the country. His perspective is as unique as his quirky character, but the things that truly make him special are his consistent work ethic and his purposeful approach.
New assistant coach, Jamie Quarles, speaks highly of his Buffalo Bulls, their team dynamic, and many of the other contributing factors that lead to their NCAA Tournament upset vs. #1 overall NBA draft pick DeAndre Ayton and the Arizona Wildcats.
Caleb, who has done paintings for Grammy Award Winners, Super Bowl MVPs and Platinum Recording Artists, sits down with Jakob Gollon to talk about the lessons he learned as a Division 1 college football player and how it has helped him become a better man and a better artist.
In the Greco-Roman style of wrestling, you’d be hard-pressed to find an athlete more accomplished than Ben Provisor. Still working out and training with the coaches and team at Penn State, Ben is preparing for yet another run at the Olympics.
Janel McCarville was the #1 Pick in the WNBA Draft after participating in several national championships and being named one of college basketballs best players at the University of Minnesota. After a journeywoman’s career in both the WNBA and Euroleague, she has an incredible story to tell.
Adversity galore. James Gollon goes into what makes him tick, all the way down to his mindset and how he keeps a level head in the high stakes environment of both Division 1 college basketball and undergraduate pre-medical school.