What's up, everyone? Welcome back to another episode of the Active Atlanta Podcast! Today, we are joined by Abby Keenan, co-founder of Intrepid Performance Consulting.
Abby is a mental performance consultant, has a Master's degree in sports psychology from Florida State, and she has worked with some bad-ass people including Special Operations at Fort Bragg, and people who are trying to get better at performance overall. Abby is an amazing person, and I think you will hear it after listening to our conversation today!
Reach out to Abby:
Via website: https://www.intrepidperformance.com/
Via Instagram: @abbyrkeenan & @intrepidperf
What's going on, guys. Doc Danny here with the Active Atlanta Podcast, and I've got Dr. Jake Swart on with me today, who is one of our providers here at Athletes' Potential. Jake's background is in strength & conditioning, PT, overall movement, and, in general, we want to talk about ways that you can help improve how you're moving, how you feel by adding in strength to your training routine, which many people avoid in particular. I see a lot of older people that avoid it, as well as women. I think they're scared to add that into their routines. We dive into Jake's background, taking patients through movement screening, and much more! We appreciate you listening!
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Hey, what's going on? Doc Danny here with the Active Atlanta Podcast and today we I get to introduce you to one of our team members, Claire Fetter. Claire is our office manager/blood flow restriction Ninja, who's been with us for about five years now and what I want to do is be able to highlight just how extensive the backgrounds of people that we work with actually are. Claire is someone that, when we first met, she was actually at a CrossFit gym and she continues to coach at Crossfit 11:24 in Marietta. She has an extensive strength and conditioning background, as well. We wanted to be able to give her a chance to introduce herself so that when you guys come in, if that happens, that you know who you're talking to and you give her the respect she deserves.
What's up, Atlanta? Today's episode features Lily Collins of The Daily Pilates. In 2015, The Daily was created by Lily Collins, a Pilates enthusiast. With a Kinesiology/Exercise Science degree and extensive background in physical therapy and chiropractic care, she has cultivated a more balanced approach to exercise. Her signature workouts are a result of this and years of experience in athletics, dance and fitness, uniquely fusing traditional Pilates with dynamic strength training.
The Daily is a boutique Pilates and High Intensity Interval Training fitness studio located in West Midtown and Inman Park. With a modern, balanced approach to exercise, we offer a variety of science based classes to customize your unique fitness plan. The secret of success is found in our daily routine and we make it our mission to inspire and motivate our clients to practice wellness each day, inside and outside the studio for maximum results.
Reach out to Lily:
Via website: http://www.doitonthedaily.com/
Via Instagram: @thedailypilates & @lilydawson
Today, I am joined by my good buddy, Ben Davis, of Noble Clay Fitness and I am extremely excited for him to join us today. He has one of the more interesting gym models out there, especially from a support of the local community stand-point.
Ben share's his background with us and what led him down the path of beginning his own gym.
More about Noble Clay Fitness: We aim to not only provide top-notch fitness coaching, but we also believe in creating a motivating and dynamic environment filled with like-minded people of all ages, body types, races, education levels, income earners, and all those who are committed to working hard and achieving LASTING fitness results. The long haul is our motto. We love what we do and it shows on the gym floor. Come in for a free session at our Atlanta gym! Have a sweat, gain some friends, and get fit with Atlanta’s most innovative fitness program!
Reach out to Ben:
Via e-mail: email@example.com
Via telephone: 770-709-8195
What's going on, guys, Doc Danny here with the Active Atlanta podcast and today, we're going to do a case study with one of my favorite clients that I've had a chance to work with in the past few years, Ken Rose. Ken is a professional who works for an organization here in Atlanta; he's a parent, he's got three kids; he's an avid cyclist; he's a soccer ref. You have probably yelled at him at some point if you have a kid in Inter Atlanta! With that said, I think it would be great to highlight what he's doing and what I learned from him and how he fits all together. If you enjoy this episode, please leave us a review on iTunes! We would appreciate it!
What's up guys, and welcome back to another episode of the Active Atlanta Podcast. Today, I am joined by our neighbor at Athletes' Potential, Marnie Grodzin, of Gathered and Grounded. Marnie is a local social worker, a certified Grounded Kids Yoga teacher, and holds a 200 Therapeutic Yoga Certification. Marnie has worked and volunteered in a variety of settings in the Decatur and Atlanta area. After witnessing limited resources, as well as limited flexibility of days/times services and activities are made available to youth, she decided a place needed to exist dedicated to youth.
We appreciate you taking the time to listen to Marnie and I today and would greatly appreciate it if you could leave us a positive review on iTunes!
Reach out to Marnie via website: https://www.gatheredandgrounded.com/
What's up, Atlanta? Today I am joined by my good friend, Marshall Mosher of Vestigo. Marshall helped start the company Vestigo, which helps develop employees and companies through outdoor adventure experiences. They help employees get outside of their comfort zone, fight complacency, take risks, and navigate change in an effort to be able to innovate at their companies. We dive into this and how Marshall started down this career path on today's episode. We appreciate you taking the time to listen to today's episode!
Reach out to Marshall:
Via website: https://www.vestigo.co/
Via Instagram: @marshallmosher
What's up everybody? Today we are joined by my good buddy, Jeff Trotti, of Comprehensive Bodyworks Massage Therapy located here in Decatur, GA. Jeff is an absolute stud as a massage therapist and we are fortunate enough to have him spend some time with us on the podcast today.
Reach out to Jeff via website: http://comprehensivebodyworks.com/index.html
Today, we are joined by my good friend Bruce Hagen of Hagen-Rosskopf Law Firm. Bruce A. Hagen has represented clients since 1986 in a variety of personal injury matters. He has handled more than 6,000 personal injury cases for more than 10,000 clients. Some of the issues he handles include wrongful death, auto accidents, bicycle wrecks, bus accidents, cases involving brain injury or drunk driving, slip and falls, products liability, and related litigation and appeals.
Mr. Hagen has appeared on television and radio to discuss personal injury law and has been the featured speaker at dozens of legal seminars, including the recent seminar “Trying the Soft Tissue Injury Case in Georgia. He is a frequent guest on 680 The Fan and a regular contributor on both Atlanta Eats TV and Atlanta Eats Radio.
Bruce has a particular expertise and passion for personal injury cases on behalf of injured bicyclists. As a cyclist himself, Bruce is both committed to advocacy for bike safety and education, while equally committed to obtaining justice for cyclists that are injured due to drivers’ negligence. Bruce and his mentor, Ken Rosskopf, are frequent sponsors of various events within the cycling community.
Dr. Danny and staff's views on performance improvement, injury prevention and sometimes other random thoughts.