George Foreman III: Gaining Perspective, Creating a Legacy, and Knowing When to Hit Hard

What’s up, everyone? Welcome to another episode of Gamma Project! It’s the season finale—can you guys believe that? I think the break between this episode and the one before it was longer than the entire season was supposed to take. That’s on me. Truth is, the last 12 months have been unlike any other in … Continue reading George Foreman III: Gaining Perspective, Creating a Legacy, and Knowing When to Hit Hard

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Aly Teich: Breaking From Corporate, Networking Tips, and the Fitness Industry’s Talent Problem

Aly Teich (@sweatlife_nyc) is one of the toughest, most inspiring women I have ever had the pleasure to meet. She is also one of the most connected and knowledgeable people in the fitness industry. Aly is the founder of The Sweat Life, a popular fitness blog and online video series, which I’ve been a fan … Continue reading Aly Teich: Breaking From Corporate, Networking Tips, and the Fitness Industry’s Talent Problem

Bar Malik: Constant Improvement, The Importance of Grit, and No Days Off

Bar Malik (@mubarakmalik) is the Director of Performance and Science for the New York Knicks. That is, for the less sports savvy, the NBA team that calls New York City home. And if you didn’t know that, that’s okay, because you don’t need to know a single thing about basketball, or even sports in general, … Continue reading Bar Malik: Constant Improvement, The Importance of Grit, and No Days Off