Serving Up the Truth: Volleyball vs Basketball Shoes

We buy different shoes for different events, daily tasks, and of course for options. Whether in sport, work, or play. We make decisions to wear specific shoes in our daily activities because of what they do for us. The footwear we wear can determine the outcome of our performance and physical comfort. So what happens when we make the wrong

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Inspired by Zero: The Emotional Journey 

In 2015, Mary Chaudoin of Atlanta was 25 years old and described her life as close to perfect. She and her family had luckily experienced little struggle and loss. That all changed when her mom, Nontie, was diagnosed with Stage 3 breast cancer. In the fall of 2015, a doctor confirmed Nontie had a quarter-sized lump in her breast. It was Stage 3

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Straight from the Boss: Motivation and Drive 

We asked two-time Olympic Medalist April Ross how she continues to find the motivation and drive to succeed. Follow along below to see how she responded.  It’s about following your heart. You want to be good and you want to do well but, it’s more about loving what you are doing and the people around you.   Ask yourself, “Is this meaningful to

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Heard From Around the Court: 2018 Mizuno Lonestar Classic

You know that feeling when you ace your serve, set the ball up in the perfect place, or kill your hit? This video gives you all of those emotions and then some. Watch along as we share a recap from the 2018 Mizuno Lone Star Classic. You may even see a familiar face among our teams!     Published: August 2018

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