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Guest Of The Month and Past Guests

Guests For The Month

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Christian Taylor/Guest Of The Month

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Christian Taylor is a two time US Olympic Gold Medal winner in the triple jump, four time World Champion, and seven time diamond league winner. 

He went to the University of Florida in 2010 and won the indoor/outdoor NCAA Championship titles while helping his team win the team title that year as well.

In 2011 Christian won the USATF Outdoor Championships. He again helped his U of F team win the team title again that same year.


Christian decided to skip his senior year at Florida to turn pro. He moved back to his home Fayetteville Ga, and started working with a new coach named Rana Reider, and his training group. Christian ended up winning the World Championships later that summer with a jump of 17.96 meters.


In the 2011 season, Christian won a silver medal in the World Championships in Daegu, South Korea.


During the Olympic Trials in 2012 Christian tried to make the Olympic team in both the long/triple jump. He placed fourth in the long jump and just missed the team, but he won in the triple jump to secure his spot for London.


Christian ended up winning his first Gold medal at the London Olympic Games at 22 years young.


In 2013 Christian battled Patella tendonitis in his left leg which ended up hurting his progress in the next competitions. He decided to jump off the opposite leg at the Diamond League final that year and ended up finishing with a 16.89m, still a meter off his personal best, but it still got him a second place finish.


In 2014 Christian saw that jumping with his left leg was not doable, he focused on learning to jump using his right leg. It was not an easy process to do and he struggled in at first, but Christian stuck with it. At the final meet of the season, at the Zurich Diamond league meet on his last jump Christian was able to record a jump of 17.51 to win the meet.


In 2015, during the first Diamond League meet of the year in Doha, with an intense battle of wills, Christian was one of two competitors to jump over 18m.


Christian would jump over 18m two more times that season finishing with a 18.21 at the World Championships in Beijing, China, which gave him the World title and American record. The record is still stands as the second furthest jump of all time.


Christian’s 2016 outdoor season was dominant, he was undefeated all the way up until the Olympic trials. He ended up placing second and still made it to Rio.


Christian won his second Olympic gold with a jump of 17.68m. He became the first man in history to win Olympic triple jump titles while using two different take off legs.


Christian didn’t bask in the Olympic glow for too long and started to get ready for the 2017 World Championships. He set a Diamond League record in, Eugene, Oregon with a distance of 18.11m, making it the longest jump on American soil.


Christian completed the year with winning in London and becoming the first male triple jumper in history to win back to back World titles.


In 2019 Christian was able to win his fourth world title in Doha, Qatar, and later finished his studies and received his Bachelor of Science in Sports Management Degree.

Jordan Gray


Jordan graduated from Kennesaw State University where she was a 10x Conference Champion and 4x All-American in NCAA Division I Track and Field. 


Jordan competed at the NCAA Championships, USA Championships, the Thorpe Cup in Germany x2, The National Women's Decathlon Championship x2, and the Open De France. She also just earned a Bronze Medal at the 2023 Pan American Games in the Heptathlon.


She is the American Record Holder in the Women's Decathlon, as well as the Women's Decathlon 100m Dash, and Long Jump American Record Holder. She also is the World Record Holder in the Women's Decathlon Long Jump.


Jordan is currently working towards helping get women the opportunity to compete in the Olympics in the Decathlon.

Jordan is a Grace Ambassador for Heaven to the Yeah Podcast.


Jordan’s strong faith in Christ has molded her into the woman and competitor that she is today. She strives to use her platform to help spread Gods love as much as she can.

Morgan Zerkle and Andre Thornton

Morgan is from West Virginia, and went to Marshall University where she earned All-American Honors as a shortstop in softball. 

She was Conference Player Of The Year, and Conference Regular Season Champion in 2017. 

She won two silver medals with team USA and was a Pan American Champion. 

She was drafted to play professionally in 2017. She currently plays in the pro league called Athletes Unlimited, and is the current Head Coach for Marshall Softball. 

Andre Thornton is a former baseball player for the Cleveland Indians,  and also owner of ASW Global in Magadore, Ohio, who is returning to our show for our 100th episode. 

Marcus Farris

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Marcus Farris is an author, counselor, health coach, and Army Reserve officer. He currently works full-time for the veteran non-profit, Mission 22 as the Post Traumatic Growth Director. He joined their team in January 2020 after serving as an Engineer Officer in Alaska for four years. In his time away from his full-time work, he trains for ultra marathons and CrossFit competitions while working for the 320th PSYOPS Company out of Clackamas, Oregon as a Reserve Officer. He has his undergraduate degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering and holds his Masters of Science degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. He is also a National Board Certified Health and Wellness Coach. Through his research, field testing, and writing, he now serves Veterans through healthy living programs and content creation.

Dr. Randy Vince Jr.

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Dr. Vince recently began a new position at University Hospitals and Case Western Reserve University as an assistant professor of Urology and the Director of Minority Men’s Health. He was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland, and as the oldest of four siblings, he developed a passion for athletics. Dr. Vince attended Towson University, where he was a Varsity Letterman in Football. At Towson University, he double majored in MB3 (Molecular biology, Biochemistry, and Bioinformatics) and Chemistry. He later attended Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center in Shreveport, where he earned his M.D. and subsequently completed a Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) Health Systems residency. He developed a passion for Urologic Oncology after his grandmother's passing in medical school. While at the University of Michigan, he earned a master's degree in computational medicine and bioinformatics. He has a keen interest in using precision medicine to combat the concept of racial biology and evaluate the intersectionality of environmental exposures and gene expression on tumor biology.


Dr. Vince actively participates in research and community outreach events to promote health equity and eliminate healthcare disparities. He has a personal philosophy that he applies to his career and life, leadership through service, and he is extremely excited to serve the people of Northeast Ohio and beyond.

Johnathan  Drayton

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Johnathan Drayton is a Christian philosopher and an aspiring Lawyer. He Triple majored in college in : Philosophy, History, and Political Science. He loves Jesus and enjoys unpacking the Word of God through serveral different lenses. He has his own biblical podcast called 'The truth of the matter is' with his brother and they believe Christians should always be ready in evaluating how we can use the Word of God to maneuver through life.  Johnathan believes that we live our lives on levels that arrive in stages, and it happens in seasons. Therefore, we ought to pursue being like our Lord Jesus Christ every day while having a willingness to learn from others and hear what they have to say.

Andy Howard

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For over 20 years, Andy Howard has served in ministry as a youth pastor and marriage ministry pastor.


Andy is an advocate for mental health awareness as he has known the heaviness of depression himself. He is passionate about fighting against the awful attack of mental health issues that are running rampant across the human race.


At his heaviest Andy weighed 345 lbs and his wife Tiffany weighed 317 lbs. Together, they have lost over 350 lbs combined and have co-founded a health coaching business called Taking Back My Life where they have helped thousands of people get healthy as well. Through this journey, Andy has become passionate about fitness and working out.


Andy loves traveling and sharing his and his family’s story with churches, conferences, and youth camps. In his spare time, he enjoys following his favorite sports teams. 


Andy was born in Bryan, Texas and currently lives outside Dallas, TX with his wife Tiffany and their three beautiful daughters Payton, Parker, and Presley.

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Carolyn Moos played USA basketball, FIBA/WNBA, B.A. Stanford, M.A. USC Health Communication Management Certified personal trainer. She believes in healthful lifestyle choices as her consistent rock. She believes adversity is a gift as it gives us strength and wisdom to help others through times of change and transition. Having faith in God’s plan for our lives is essential during times of transition. Her work can be found via She provides pre recorded yoga workouts and nutrition content via her Thinkific url off her main url and provides live real time virtual training as well via Zoom, FaceTime and WhatsApp. Contact:

Carolyn Moos

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James in his professional life is currently retired from a 14 year career in financial services with American Income Life. He sold his business in Jan 2022.
James went to the University of Mount Union in Alliance, Ohio. He played on two NCAA National Championship teams in football and was a four time National Qualifier in Track and Field where he earned a National Championship  in the 4x100 relay in ’06 and All- American status. He majored in Sports Management and Business Administration. 
After graduating James trained for one year before participating in the NFL combine. He came to the the decision afterward  to transition to the sport of bodybuilding, and officially started his pursuit in 2012. 
James competed in The Natural Indiana NPC (National Physique Committee) Championship in 2013, and won the heavyweight title. He also competed in the NPC USA Bodybuilding Championships and placed 16th out of 31 competitors. 
Since selling his business he has dedicated his time to help coach his daughters sports teams. He’s on the track and field coaching staff at his daughter school and in the process of opening a healthy food chain restaurant with his wife. 
He will be releasing his first book this year titled YOU CAN DO IT. He’s also is a producer for the upcoming “Adam and Eve” animated movie. He currently resides in Fishers, Indiana married to Marissa Cunningham.

James Cunningham

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Jazlyn is the owner of Jazleticz LLC, and a Virtual Peak Performance Mentality Coach of Jazleticz Academy that helps athletes to master Mental health and achieve Peak Performance on and off the court.  She has a background in Exercise Sports Science from Felician University where she received her Bachelor’s Degree.  

Jazleticz focuses on training Elite Athletes to level up their game holistically, mentally, spiritually, and physically by giving them mental game strategies to overcome performance anxiety and unique at-home skill training accountability to help athletes increase their skills and build Confidence at home.  Working with Jazleticz helps athletes not only prepare for their next sporting event, but for life after sports as well.  

She fills in the gaps of the athletes, coaches and parents, to persuade them into a peaceable balance of fun and faith throughout their athletic seasons. She has a desire to empower athletes to develop their relationship with Christ and discover their God-given gifts and talents.  Jazlyn is proficient at helping athletes reach their goals and reminding them that they are “Athletes Anchored in Christ.” 

Jazlyn Pipkins


Nicky is the #1 International Best selling Author of the book: Finishline ThinkingTM: How To Think and Win Like a Champion. The Thought Leaders Journey: A Fable Life, and The Power of Connecting: How To Activate Profitable Relationships By Serving Your Network. He is a highly successful speaker to major corporate businesses. He is an advisor and confidante to entrepreneurs in Canada. He is the co-founder eCircle Academy where he runs a year long Mastermind and Education program for Coaches, Consultants, Corporate Trainers, Clinic Owners, Realtors, Mortgage Brokers , and other service based Entrepreneurs. He is the creator of the Thought Leader/ Heart LeaderTM Designation. 

Nicky Billou

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​Ryanne is an athlete, winemaker and stonemason. She is a former professional skier and ski instructor. Her skiing career started in NASTAR racing competitions

where she quickly rose to the top of her age group. She became a professional athlete at the age of 16 when she was asked to be a representative for Elan’s newest line of parabolic skis and became a ski instructor the same year for Boston Mills and Brandywine Ski Areas.

She was an Olympic Qualifier, preparing to move to Austria for a summer, training with Olympic Development Coaches when a drunk driver pulled out in

front of her and crushed her car and her dreams. She was told she’d be lucky to walk normally and would never ski again. Her strong faith helped her through recovery from what she was told was career ending, and was still able

to return professionally to the sport.

Ryanne Haditsch

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Louie is a professional snowboarder in the Halfpipe and a fellow Ohioan, he has a career spanning 15 years. He has competed in two Olympics and has won six medals at the X-Games, and is a US Grand Prix Champion, and Dew Tour Champion. He also is an actor and has competed on Dancing with the Stars.

Louie Vito

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KellyAnne is a six time challenger and three time finalist on the television show The Challenge and The Challenge Allstars.

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Nic is an author of several books, including Learn to Love Yourself Again, Communicate Your Feelings(Without Starting a Fight), and Levi's Living Water. He's also a psychotherapist and journeyman on the Christian path. Nic got into mental and emotional well-being after becoming completely overwhelmed by PTSD, major depression, and a speaking condition called Adductor Spasmodic Dysphonia in his early to mid twenties. Nic seeks to serve others through  writing books and his newsletter called The Spark Newsletter

Nic Saluppo

Joe Castiglione is in his 40th season on Red Sox radio, he has the longest tenure of any Red Sox radio broadcaster and of any Boston Broadcaster. Before coming to Boston, Castiglione called television games for Cleveland in 1979 and 1982 and for Milwaukee in 1981. The Hamden, CT native has also announced television games for the NBA's Cleveland Cavaliers and did college basketball on NESN for six years. 

Joe is the Author of Broadcast Rites and Sites: I Saw It on the Radio with the Boston Red Sox, which was published in 2004, and Can You Believe It? 30 Years Inside Red Sox Baseball, published in 2012. Castiglione was inducted into the Red Sox Hall Of Fame in 2014. He and his wife, Jan, have three children and six grandchildren. They reside in Marshfield, MA. 

Joe Castiglione

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Donald Day is in his first year at Murray State as the Strength & Conditioning coach-Director of Olympic Sports. He joined the Racers after being an Assistant Strength Coach at Arizona. Prior to working at Arizona, Day was the Director of Strength & Conditioning for Olympic Sports at Georgia Southern. He also served as the Assistant Director of Strength & Conditioning for the football team before moving into his new role. 

Prior to his stint at Georgia Southern, Day was the Interim Director of Strength & Conditioning at the University of Buffalo. Day is also the author of the book The Servant: Correcting a Flawed Design.

Donald Day


Callen is the most decorated individual in Wilmington College women's track and field history. She is a seven time All-American track athlete, Fowler earned an individual national title at the 2010 NCAA Division III Track and Field  Indoor Championships in the 55-meter dash in 6.98 seconds.  Currently Callen is a loving wife to Michael Fowler and mother of two young girls Mikenna and Jenavieve. She currently is in her 9th year as a physical education teacher for Deer Park City Schools, and coaches the Jr. High/High school track teams.

Callen Fowler

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Andre played professional baseball for 21 years, a recipient of the Roberto Clemente Award in 1979. He spent 11 seasons with the Cleveland Indians where he was a two time All Star and received the Silver Slugger Award in 1984. He was inducted into the Cleveland Sports Hall Of Fame, and named one of the 100 greatest Cleveland Indians. He is co-Author of the Book Triumph Born of Tragedy. Currently Thornton is President and CEO at ASW Global in Magadore, Ohio.

Andre Thornton

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