ATHLETES

ATHLETES

KATIE AUSTIN

After playing Division I lacrosse at the University of Southern California for one year, Katie Austin focused all of her energy on becoming an established fitness trainer. Now, with over 100,000 followers on Instagram and a popularized workout program on her GetFitWithKatie.com website, Katie has done just that. Tune in to hear how Katie manages her various social media accounts, why she quit Division I lacrosse, about her reality TV show in the making, and why she received hate from posting about Amy Schumer. Listen..

ATHLETES

KELLI TENNANT

After attending the University of Southern California where she played Division I volleyball, Kelli Tennant went on to become one of Los Angeles’ most popular sports reporters. Kelli is now a current anchor and reporter for Sports Net LA, has worked for Pac-12 Networks, and wrote her book “The Transition” as a guide to the athlete’s life after college. Kelli continues to rise as one of LA’s most popular journalists, using her former experiences as an elite athlete to make her a duel threat in the industry. Tune in to Kelli’s episode to hear about her battle with an autoimmune disease, her experience with anorexia, why she’ll never step on the scale, and what she advises for young girls struggling with body image issues. Listen..

ATHLETES

Steve Johnson

Steve “Stevie” Johnson is an American professional tennis player and Olympic bronze medalist. After winning four team NCAA National Championships and two individual NCAA National Championships at the University of Southern California, Johnson is the most decorated college tennis player ever. In his professional career he has won four ATP Challenger Tour titles, two ATP Tour 250 titles at Nottingham, appeared in all four Grand Slam Tournaments, facing Rodger Federer twice, and has reached a career high world ranking of 21. Check out Stevie’s episode where he discusses the mental side of tennis, how he managed to pull off 6 National Championships, his greatest failure, and what it was like to play against Roger Federer in front of the Royal Family.  Listen..

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