Welcome back to the active variable, A show where we talk to young professionals in the healthcare field and hear their stories on how they live a healthy lifestyle.
Today, we are going to be having a conversation with Preston O’Bryant, he is currently a personal trainer and loves strength and conditioning.
Before we get started with the show I want to take a moment to say thank you to everyone that has been a guest in the show, every listener and every supporter that we’ve had since October of 2019. We are at episode 16 already and that alone is something that I am proud of and excited to see how far we can go.
We have a lot of future projects in the works as we continue to figure out how we can bridge athletic training with sports and video games. The newest addition of content is a youtube show under the same name, where I am once again having conversations with my friends John, Joseph and Phillip.
So come hangout with us to hear some athletic training stories and see how we are spending our time during this pandemic. By the way, did you hear the new intro song? That was made by my friend Tohil with Iximuleu productions. We got a link in the description of this episode to his sound cloud page. https://soundcloud.com/tohil/tracks
I do want to apologize in advance for the bad quality of audio. Preston had just finished working with a client and was on the move while we did this interview but nevertheless let’s get started with the show…
Alright active nation, you are what you put in to your body and mind, you’ve been listening to Preston with some tips and tricks to continue to build your positive habits and live your wildest dreams. We hope you enjoyed this conversation and we’ll catch you on the next one. Stay Active
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