Host Melvin Echard talks with Canadian sprinter Akeem Haynes about resilience, the struggles in his first year at ALTIS, his bronze medal moment, and his outlet through writing. Check out more at www.akeemkhaynes.com
British sprinter Jodie Williams talks about Junior success, Olympic set backs, finding her identity out of sport, and her new found confidence heading into the 2017 season.
Host Melvin Echard talks with long jump Paralympian Trenten about personal triumph, mental resilience, what it means to be a para athlete, and the Olympic experience.
Dr. Jeremy Koenig discusses genetics, common misconceptions with genetic markers, and the future of genetics in sport with host Melvin Echard.
Boo and Derek discuss the ACP culture, the art of coaching education and the importance of quality coaching information. Tune in also to get EXCLUSIVE details on the launch and application of ALTIS Foundation Course!
Host Melvin Echard chats with American sprinter Ameer Webb about college, the professional circuit, his Olympic experience, and what it will take for him to be successful in 2017.
Lead performance therapist at ALTIS, Dr. Jas, covers all things therapy from defining performance therapy to preventive measure athletes can implement into their training structure. Tune in to learn more about the therapy paradigm.
Host Melvin Echard talks to Olympic finalist (5000m) David Torrence about mindset, strategy and what it take to be successful in distance running.
Host Melvin Echard talks with Olympic gold medalist (400mh) Melaine Walker about her new venture with ALTIS, her Olympic gold moment and how she keeps an edge on her competitors.
Host Melvin Echard sits down with Classroom Champions co-founder Steven Mesler, and discusses the journey to a gold medal and what it takes to impact today's youth through sport.
ALTIS pulls from the archives, as host Melvin Echard talks to Olympian & World Champion Nick Symmonds and his Coach Danny Mackey (Brooks Beasts) about the 2015 season, highs and lows of the sport, and what it takes to be successful on the professional circuit.
Host Melvin Echard talks with strength and power Coach Jason Hettler about interning with ALTIS, his current role as strength and power Coach, and what it means to "Carry the Shield"
Host Melvin Echard talks with hurdler Queen Harrison about what it take to be an elite American short hurdler, life challenges, relationship, and her BIG moment in Rio with fiancé Will Claye.
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Host Melvin Echard discusses coaching philosophy, mentorship and motivation with head strength Coach at NSCA headquarters, Scott Caulfield on his first visit to ALTIS for the ACP course.
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Chanelle Price shares her journey in sport, how faith has been a pillar, and why track could no longer define her with host Melvin Echard. Chanelle also discusses what brought her to ALTIS and plans for the 2017 season.
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Host Melvin Echard welcomes sprinter/jumper Jasmine Todd to the ALTIS family, discussing the details of her successful collegiate career, elibigibility setbacks and plans moving forward as the newest member to the ALTIS sprints group.
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Host Melvin Echard discusses Olympics, coaching philosophy and the launch of new educational platforms at ALTIS with Coach Andreas Behm (recruiting and education director/ hurdles coach) and Coach Kyle Hierholzer (education manager/ jumps & combined events coach).
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Aries is the World record holder in the 110 hurdles but he recently had a kidney transplant. In this podcast he tells his story of pain and triumph.
"It is all in your MINDSET. If you change the way you look at yourself, you ultimately change where you take yourself." - Tameka Jameson
Greg Rutherford has been a European, World, Olympic, and Diamond League Champion in the Long Jump. He knows what it is like to win, but he also knows how it feels to come up short.
Hurdler Isabelle Pedersen is a former World Youth and World Junior champion and she finished 9th and the 2015 World Championships. She is a very emotional person, but she has learned how to channel that emotion and use it for her advantage.
Sprinter Jeremy Dodson talks about what it means to be a student of the sport you participate in.
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Coach Ro is an ALTIS coach who is currently based in Shanghai, China. In this podcast, he talks about what it is like to coach in a much different culture than the one that you grew up in. He also speaks on how he got his athletes to buy into his program.
Andre is the 2015 NCAA and Pan Am Games Champion in the 100 and 200 and World Championships Bronze Medalist in the 100m Dash. He will be joining ALTIS for the 2016 season. In this podcast, he talks about his long 2015 season and some of his goals for the future.
University of New Orleans Head Coach Benjamin Dalton talks about his definition of success and the impact that mentorship has had on his coaching career.
Sprinter Shai-Anne Davis talks about her move to ALTIS and learning to deal with deep insecurities as a woman.
Sprint Coach Chidi Eniya talks with about his beliefs with base training and how they have changed over time.
Sprinter Hafsa Kamara talks about her strict upbringing and some key rules that really helped to succeed in track and in life.
Sprinter Tremaine Harris talks about image and how easy it is for an athlete to build a negative one and be misunderstood.
Jumps Coach Natasha Harvey talks about what it is like to be a black woman in the work place.
Distance Runner Lisa Dobriskey talks about what cheating really does to the sport of track and field.
Sprint Coach Lauren Smith used to be a sprinter and like many athletes plan, she made a smooth transition from coach to athlete.
Sprinter Jahvid Best is a former first round NFL draft pick and he has an awesome roller coaster story to tell.
Sprint Coach Dustin Imhdieke has experience coaching middle school, high school, college, and at the professional level. He has great advice to pass on to young coaches looking to get their career started.
High Jumper Saniél Atkinson-Grier talks about being positive and the difference it can make to approach practice with a great attitude.
Jumper/Sprinter Lacey Henderson shares her story of how she got into track and field and how persistence has paid off for her career thus far.
Sprinter Trenten Merrill tells the story of how he lost his leg and how he uses his story to give others hope.