Beyond Athletic With Ryan Jay Owens

Sinopsis

SPORTS | ATHLETIC TRAINING | PEAK PERFORMANCE | ENTREPRENEURSHIP & LIFESTYLE DESIGNBeing athletic naturally gives you the greatest opportunity for a successful life. We aim to help you build a gameplan for growing in your sport/athletics by reaching true potential and applying everything you learn through your athletics to building a legacy through business & life skills. Beyond Athletic provides you with user-initiated Q&A's, Elite Athlete Case Studies, RJO Lessons from Ryan Jay Owens' pro athlete career playing in over 30 countries & awesome Gameplanning Sessions with experts to reach peak performance as an athlete & person.LOVE TO READ? GET THE SHOW NOTES, LINKS & MORE @ www.ryanjayowens.com/podcast

Episodios

  • #19 10 Steps To Find A College For Your Sport! with Ryan Jay Owens

    #19 10 Steps To Find A College For Your Sport! with Ryan Jay Owens

    09/01/2015 Duración: 45min

    Solo Session with Ryan Jay Owens ** 10 STEPS TO FIND A COLLEGE FOR YOUR SPORT! ** MAKE IT A GOAL Write it down! Put why you want to accomplish it…. what happens if you do.. what happens if you don’t do it… people that you know that did it & people you don’t know but that were the best at it like All-Americans from your country or state. List of top 10-15 places where you would like to go to (inform yourself about schools, academics and coaching staff) PREPARE YOURSELF Get all of your school records, create your CV, schedule your tests and make sure you’re eligible to play for either the NCAA, NAIA or JUCO schools. RESEARCH! Make a list of possible mentors, coaches, schools & companies that can help you get to school. Use Facebook, USNews.com, the school’s team rosters & an internet search will help you find international/national college recruitment scouts/service like my free service through EliteVolley.com & Elite Sport Students Project. CONTACT YOUR NEW NETWORK Send your email and C

  •  #18 Never Just An Athlete with Tabi LOVE

    #18 Never Just An Athlete with Tabi LOVE

    03/01/2015 Duración: 57min

    #18 Never Just An Athlete with Tabi LOVE Athlete Case Study: A Canadian National Team + NCAA All American + Pro Volleyball Player Show Notes: http://BeyondAthletic.com/18 January 3, 2014 BACKGROUND BIO TABITHA ASHLY LOVE Born: 11-09-1991 Height: cm Weight: kg Spike reach: cm Block reach: cm Position: Receiving Spiker, Opposite Spiker From small town in Manitoba, Canada. Oldest of 4 children. Started playing volleyball at age 12. First attended the University of Minnesota. Was named Most Outstanding Player of the region in the Elite Eight my freshman year. After my sophomore year I transferred to UCLA. In my junior year we won the national championship and I was named PAC 12 honorable mention. In my senior year I was named First Team All American, PAC 12 team, AVCA All Pacific a Regional team, NCAA POW. Next I went to PR to play professionally. I was named to the PR All Star Team. For the 2013-2014 year I played in Poland. Finished the first half the season leading in kills a

  • #17 Everything Is Possible with Jana MATIASOVSKA

    #17 Everything Is Possible with Jana MATIASOVSKA

    27/12/2014 Duración: 49min

    #17 Everything Is Possible with Jana MATIASOVSKA ATHLETE CASE STUDY | Volleyball Jana MATIASOVSKA (Slovakia) Born: 7. 7. 1987 Height: 199 cm Weight: 83 kg Spike reach: 319 cm Block reach: 300 cm Position: Receiving Spiker, Opposite Spiker Born in Bratislava, Slovakia in 1987. Started playing volleyball at 13 for a local club, Slavia UK Bratislava. Upon high school graduation, went to study at University of Louisville through a volleyball scholarship. In 2009 turned pro, signed with Russian Uralocka Yekaterinburg. After 1.5 seasons in Russia, played two seasons in Azerbaijan, one in Korea, again one season in Azerbaijan, and currently in Poland. QUOTE: Positive anything is better than negative nothing - Elbert Hubbard Mentors: Every step of the way there has been someone. First my parents; then my great mentor at the University, Stan Jonas; and now my fiance, Yigit Kulan. They have provided me with support and motivation. HEALTHY HABIT: sleep a lot and eat a healthy diet HEALTHY TRAVEL TIP: Always pack a sn

  • #16 No Fear! Unleash Your True Potential with David DEUSER

    #16 No Fear! Unleash Your True Potential with David DEUSER

    24/12/2014 Duración: 01h06min

    Coach Case Study Ep16 No Fear! Unleash Your True Potential with David DEUSER David Elliot Deuser Date of Birth: 26/1/1966 Brief Bio USA Volleyball apprentice Summer 1987, Women Assist. coach Loyola University of Chicago 1991, 92 seasons. Richards High School head boy's coach 1992 State Champions 41-0. Lewis University head men's coach 1994 to 2004. Volleyball Mag. coach of the year 1998. AVCA men's coach of the year 2003. 2014 Great Lakes mens PVL head coach, National Champions. Quotes: "I Can!" & "There is no greater factor in your game than how you feel about yourself as a volleyball player." -Stan Kelner TOPICS: Building self confidence on the court Build Trust.. competitive & unified environment Build Positive reinforcement not only punishment Create situations for success.. replace negative thoughts with self assured.. FREE FROM FEAR A book or learning resource: Volleyball Cybernetics (Book) & Living the Miracle Audio, mental training and rehearsal CD. ✓ A Healthy

  • #15 How Penn State Dominated The NCAA 4X In A Row with Arielle WILSON

    #15 How Penn State Dominated The NCAA 4X In A Row with Arielle WILSON

    20/12/2014 Duración: 55min

    Athlete Case Study : Arielle WILSON 4X NCAA Champion With Penn State December 20, 2014 We talk about her story growing up... Why she ended up at Penn State after being denied at another top school.... What it's like playing for a dominant team... How she transitioned to professional & THE STRUGGLE.... What life's like in Italy for a Champion's League team.... And ton of tips and tools she uses to BE GREAT! SHOWNOTES & LINKS: www.prorjo.com/podcast/15

  •  #14 Be The Trigger-Point Behind Your Goals with Mari A. Hole

    #14 Be The Trigger-Point Behind Your Goals with Mari A. Hole

    16/12/2014 Duración: 53min

    #14 Be The Trigger-Point Behind Your Goals with Mari A. Hole Athlete Case Study: Norwegian Pro & National Team Volleyball Player Dec 16, 2014 Getting to know Mari a bit over the last couple weeks has been nothing short of inspiring & educational. When we chatted about the need to get our stories out to athletes trying to do what we do or just to add value in some way she was on board immediately. There's something that always sticks out about selfless people (AKA unselfish).. With Mari before we'd agreed on a time to do the podcast she'd done her research & found out I help kids get to school in the USA & Canada... She asked about it and we started working on it even before the podcast... now her brother is getting some more interest from schools which is exciting. Mari did a lot of hours of work to track down school's info for her brother who is busy with school and volley. SELFLESS I tell you... amazing of her. Imagine you write 20 people and tell them you've got a project to help others &a

  • #13 The Only Way To Make Yourself Happy with Ning Nikki ZHAO

    #13 The Only Way To Make Yourself Happy with Ning "Nikki" ZHAO

    13/12/2014 Duración: 32min

    Athlete Case Study : Volleyball Ep13 The Only Way To Make Yourself Happy with Ning "Nikki" Zhao Ning Zhao doesn't mess around when it comes to strangers approaching her online but after a thorough background check on who I am (Ryan Jay Owens) with her former NCAA D1 coach, Chris POOLE, and a big thumbs up that I was not some crazy person she agreed to this interview with a lot of excitement! She's been waiting a long time to tell someone her story to hopefully inspire other athletes to be goal oriented and not just think sports can offer them everything. Sometimes you must also drastically change your surroundings, like she did moving from China as an 18 year old to the USA, to play at a strong school so her education would be strong as well as volleyball. BIO Ning Zhao or "NIkki" as many refer to her was born Aug 20, 1976 in Beijing, China. She started to play volleyball as a nine (9) year old (!!!!)... She made the Chinese junior national team which was only 12 of the best young players

  • #12 Why You Should Get Out Of Bed To Fail Everyday with Mia JERKOV

    #12 Why You Should Get Out Of Bed To Fail Everyday with Mia JERKOV

    05/12/2014 Duración: 01h01min

    Athlete Case Study: Croatian Pro & National Team Volleyball Player Dec 5, 2014 Back in 2011 we met in South Korea as players in their V-League. While in Croatia on a mini-vacay with two puppies three young girls & a husband/wife staying in a cute village near Split named the Kaštela's. She invited me to check out the city a few times during my mnth stay and we got to know eachother a bit better. She got that stern look but she a softie for sure! Brief Bio She grew up in Split, Croatia (one of the most beautiful areas of th southern Croatian coast....) as a daughter of a mother whose rules are never broken, a famous basketball player father and two brothers the focus was on being a complete person & well educated. Worked a bit at the family pizzeria as a kid. Learned to respect money and keep herself & her home tidy. Was a really skinny and weak kid but fast... picked up tennis & swimming.... through constant boring & lonely without friends travel with her parents a change had to made

  • #11 Dont Be Afraid To Change Your Life Before Going Pro with Milica KUBURA (Part 2)

    #11 Don't Be Afraid To Change Your Life Before Going Pro with Milica KUBURA (Part 2)

    28/11/2014 Duración: 30min

    Ep11 Why You Should Study & Play Sports For A US School Before Going Pro with Milica KUBURA (Part 2) This is the 2nd part of episode 7 with Milica KUBURA of Florida State University Seminole women's sand & indoor teams. She is a 19 year old from Serbia who lived in Italy alone at 14 years old for school and now again in the USA. She is a former Junior National Team player and talks about her reasons for leaving Serbia for her education and more opportunities than Serbia can provide for her. Give tips and advice about how to do what she did, what makes her successful and daily routines.

  • #10 How To Run From NYC to San Francisco... Alone with Christina LEE

    #10 How To Run From NYC to San Francisco... "Alone" with Christina LEE

    20/11/2014 Duración: 58min

    Who runs across America? Christina LEE does and she does so at a pace of about 30 miles or so per day! I first heard about Christina LEE from a dear friend and the one and only contributor (at the point of typing this November 22nd, 2014) to my fundraiser so far on Indiegogo to raise funds for this podcast. DONATE HERE :) THANKS! I asked if he knew anyone that was a former or current athlete doing great things. First thing he said was go type Running America into the search bar of Facebook. I thought, hmm, ok strange. I did. As I landed on the page he starts to say how he met this incredible girl running across America recently and she is awesome. Took me 5’ of digging on her page and researching to see I HAD TO HAVE HER ON THE SHOW! I knew no one does that without having a great heart, spirit and mind! Well my buddy, Ryan Dewitt, had great judgement. Christina LEE defines #BeyondAthletic! Leave a Review & Subscribe to #BeyondAthletic in iTunes so other can find us too! Share this with one person you thin

  • #9 From Swimming in High School to Olympic Medalist in Volleyball with Heather Bown

    #9 From Swimming in High School to Olympic Medalist in Volleyball with Heather Bown

    21/10/2014 Duración: 44min

    Find out why one of America’s sweethearts is not unlike myself is (when I used to be out of my element… ) SHY! Which came be misunderstood as: annoyed, evil, arrogant, self-absorbed, almighty, etc. ;P PART 1 of 2 Leave a Review & Subscribe to #BeyondAthletic in iTunes so other can find us too! Share this with one person you think could benefit the most... About Heather Bown Bown was born in Orange, California and has an older sister. Played a lot of recreational sports like gymnastics, tennis, diving, deep-sea fishing, snorkeling, etc. Started swimming in high school & volleyball at 15 as a junior. Went to college at U of Hawaii & UC Santa Barbara for volleyball. Was a 2x 1st team D1 All American and WAC Player of the Year in her final years. Joined the USA indoor national team in 2000 until 2012. Olympic Silver medalist. 4x Grand Prix champion. 3x Olympian… and on and on…. :) Currently in Graduate school and helping out Classroom Champions as a mentor. Find out about her story and more like what

  • #8 How To Be Recruited  Play For A Top D1 NCAA Coach with Chris Poole

    #8 How To Be Recruited & Play For A Top D1 NCAA Coach with Chris Poole

    20/10/2014 Duración: 28min

    “My motto that i live by !Q:“Every choice you make have consequences”@4:23, whether it is in decision in job, life, the same way that i am raising my son and my daughter,they talk to me about things and i have repeated that many times when they were young and now when they are older.First i made decisions for them, that is what i am doing with my players also, we are trying to be prepared every year , every decision they made it is all critical, there is gonna be consequences, good positive, and negative for them.” “In high school i realized that i really enjoy athletics, it is something that i wanted to do with my life , in the college i got in touch with boys and girls club. even when i was in college i started to coach and getting involved in teams”@6:40 !Q:“I had sucess, and i think that success was tight to that i am very committed and dedicated i am trying to learn, i was like that as player and i bring same attitude to coaching”@6.45 “My rise was the matter that i was humble when i was the young man ,

  • #7 How To Live Alone In Italy  Now America As A 14 year old with Milica Kubura

    #7 How To Live Alone In Italy & Now America As A 14 year old with Milica Kubura

    07/10/2014 Duración: 28min

    How many 14 years old leave their country to study abroad? We Milica KUBURA is one of them… She contact me through my sports agency Elite Volley Agency & non-profit Elite Sport Students project. She asked for help getting to a US college. I told her she shouldn’t have to pay an agent OR ANYONE for doing any of this because her education is MOST important. We put together a CV with her transcripts & all other documents. I sent it off to my network in the USA of over 1400 coaches and she received in the next weeks a TON of interest. JACKPOT! Well what made her decide to go to the US? Why did she live alone in Italy as a Serbian girl at the age of 14? Find out in this episode. Leave a Review & Subscribe to #BeyondAthletic in iTunes so other can find us too! Share this with one person you think could benefit the most... About Milica KUBURA 21 years old & a freshman @Florida State University playing both sand & indoor volleyball. Born in Belgrade, she wanted to be actress. Attended drama school

  • #6 How To Go From A ‘Fat’ Kid To An Olympian with Carlos Eduardo Schwanke

    #6 How To Go From A ‘Fat’ Kid To An Olympian with Carlos Eduardo Schwanke

    05/10/2014 Duración: 48min

    Leave a Review & Subscribe to #BeyondAthletic in iTunes so other can find us too! Share this with one person you think could benefit the most... About Carlos Eduardo SCHWANKE Born in 1974 in Santa Catalina, Brazil. Grew up in small city near Santa Catalina with his German father & Italian mother. Started with volleyball because of health at age 12. He played in 1996 Olympics in Atlanta and is a World League medalist. (Brazil is the MOST WINNINGEST national team for volleyball in history) He had a decorated pro career entirely in Brazil. He now is a head coach and when he started as an assistant he immediately won three Super League (Top pro) in Brazil with a men’s team. Key Discussion Points: What’s his story? What his inspirational quote? What was his biggest obstacle? Who influenced him the most? what separates elite players from rest of the pack? How does he control his mind while playing? What is he most proud of? What has his life so far taught him? Who he would interview and why? Why adding valu

  • #5 From Working At McDonalds to Russian Superleague Champion with Justin DUFF

    #5 From Working At McDonalds to Russian Superleague Champion with Justin DUFF

    20/09/2014 Duración: 51min

    I met Justin this year after my team in Indonesia was looking for a replacement for our team. His agent, Steve Welch of SIM GRATTON in Canada sent me his info. Long story short he got the job and I was so relieved that when we ran into each other the first time he was: Tall as hell. I FELT NORMAL! He spoke perfect English. LIFE SAVER. He was obviously mixed ethnically. BONUS. Well Justin turned out to be more than just a few specs. This guy is truly one of the kindest hearted, competitive, focused and hungry to succeed in life athletes that I have EVER met. We hit it off instantly… from inhaling designer hamburgers from street vendors to becoming Asian archery competitors to coaching our own team to learning much more Indonesian than I wanted to learn because of his nerdiness to beating down Indonesian pro teams together except in the final (my bad Duff) to business start-up planning to psycho-like mirror scribbling to geeking out over robotics/RC’s to inhaling mango sticky rice, downing liters of beer in an

  • #4 How To Be A “Not-So-Tall” 2x Olympian Who Couldn’t Even Walk with Suzana Ćebić

    #4 How To Be A “Not-So-Tall” 2x Olympian Who Couldn’t Even Walk with Suzana Ćebić

    18/09/2014 Duración: 43min

    About three months ago Mira Golubovic mentioned two young athletes she was so impressed by OFF and on the court. The last episode was Branka (Brankica) Mihajlovic from Bosnia & Hercegovina… The second one is the lovely Suzana Cebic. It’s seems to be a common thing that the champion’s I have started out with all believe you should NEVER GIVE UP... Why? (Team Serbia national sports teams are actually all-around, one of the most winningest countries in the world speaking generally) I don’t want to spoil it but you find out in this episode. We sat down just days before the World Championships were starting and chatted about how she got here from being unable to walk with a disease in Spain to present day.... Get the details by listening! Leave a Review & Subscribe to #BeyondAthletic in iTunes so other can find us too! Share this with one person you think could benefit the most... About Suzana CEBIC Has one older sister and grew up with both parents. Started playing at 13 with 3 trainings... Finished high

  • #3 How To Achieve Something Great  Be Respected with Brankica Mihajlovic

    #3 How To Achieve Something Great & Be Respected with Brankica Mihajlovic

    18/09/2014 Duración: 43min

    About three months ago Mira Golubovic mentioned two young athletes she was so impressed by OFF and on the court. One was Branka (Brankica) Mihajlovic from Bosnia & Hercegovina. How is she from Bosnia yet playing women’s indoor volleyball for one of the best national team programs in the world.. Team Serbia? (Team Serbia national sports teams are actually all-around, one of the most winningest countries in the world speaking generally) I don’t want to spoil it but you find out in this episode. We sat down just days before the World Championships were starting and talked about how she stay positive and fights for everything she believes in. We had a special guest appear, one of the best players for men’s volleyball in the world…. Find out who by listening! Leave a Review & Subscribe to #BeyondAthletic in iTunes so other can find us too! Share this with one person you think could benefit the most... About Brankica MIHAJLOVIC Started volleyball at age 12 and International pro at 18 years old. Changed nati

  • #2 The People Saying America Wasnt A Strong Option were 100% Wrong! with Sanja Tomasevic

    #2 The People Saying America Wasn't A Strong Option were 100% Wrong! with Sanja Tomasevic

    17/09/2014 Duración: 01h02min

    In 2007 or maybe it was 2008 I was looking for young athletes that were business minded. I contacted several people online that I had spoken to through my agency, Elite Volley Agency, and found it hard to find many at all. One of the few that responded IMMEDIATELY was Sanja Tomasevic. She responded in short with… Oh, heck yeah, I’m in! Let’s talk! Funny how ambitious people show themselves and take action fast! Fast forward 6 years Sanja’s entrepreneurial inclinations have her working on a super project and on her 2nd post as an assistant coach at the D1 level for UTSU in Texas and now University of Miami Canes. There’s much to come from her in the future because she has big goals and has accomplished many of them already. Find out in this episode what she has done as an athlete and student along with her story coming from Serbia to America to play and study! Leave a Review & Subscribe to #BeyondAthletic in iTunes so other can find us too! Share this with one person you think could benefit the most... Abo

  • #1 A 7x Champion Says Your Education Should Come First with Anja (Spasojevic) Pesic

    #1 A 7x Champion Says Your Education Should Come First with Anja (Spasojevic) Pesic

    11/09/2014 Duración: 01h05min

    Athlete Case Study Episode 1: We start this podcast journey off huge with the true honor to interview a good friend and great champion Anja (Spasojevic) Pešić of Serbia. Such a down to earth, responsible and humble person. It was a pleasure to sit with her and chat about volleyball & life. We're here in a wonderful city I'm calling a second home, Belgrade, situated in the forest mere steps from Belgradian's summer lake getaway Lake Ada and families enjoying the HEAT! She's not only won multiple international pro titles with teams from Russia, Italy, France, Switzerland and Turkey but national (Olympic) team before 2007 with the Serbian national team helping to propel them into the international spotlight. In this episode we get to learn fun stuff about Anja & about how she fell into volleyball and although she still(?!) can't pancake (dive) like a Logan Tom she gets it done on the court in her special style. A style which has been created by watching the greats of her sport play and incorporating th

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