In sports and in life it’s inevitable that you’re going to get the short end of the stick sometimes, still, when you do, you should NEVER burn bridges. No matter what. It’s easy to get defensive when things don’t go your way. It’s easy to whine. It’s easy to play the victim card. And it’s […]
In this session of the Start Your Journey Podcast, I’m pleased to have the opportunity to interview Luke Saunders, former college tennis player at University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Luke is a friend of mine who now coaches tennis at the Atlantic Tennis Centre, yet he still makes enough time to train and play tons […]
Countless people love hockey. It’s thrilling, exhilarating, and most of all, it’s tough. And, for those able to adapt to this fast-paced and physically demanding sport, the thought of continuous challenges is alluring. Players want to increase their skill, outdo their own records, and take their team to new heights. The love of hockey can […]
This is the first episode welcoming me to your earlobes. Despite a few deep breaths and a couple of nervous sniffles, I discuss my story, why I decided to start Nadeau Sports Recruiting, my very own recruiting story and I ask you a quick question at the end of the podcast that you are definitely going […]
Going to college is one of the biggest steps in anyone’s life. Because people are aware of this, and there are so many variables, deciding on a college can be incredibly hard. And, when you finally decide on your ideal college, you might not get accepted. With all this in mind, students need to market […]
The first step to take in your NCAA experience is to complete an NCAA Eligibility Center registration form. By doing so, you will be able to become certified by the NCAA— a status that will need to be achieved before visiting any Division I or II school. This crucial registration process can be considered the […]
As a former athlete, I know from personal experience what it takes to get your body into peak condition. What I didn’t realize during my professional career is that being able to perform as a top athlete doesn’t necessarily mean you’ve achieved optimal health. What do I mean by that?In decades past, athletes would appear on TV commercials promoting “healthy” cereals, sports drinks or various pieces of athletic apparel.
As a retired professional athlete, sports have played a very important role in my life. And it continues to play a big role in my family. My kids are involved in hockey, tennis and cheerleading. Our evenings and weekends are full of youth sporting events.