57 Min Released Jul 24, 2017

Episode 36: Lindsey Vonn

Road Trippin' "hit the slopes" BIG TIME w/ Episode 36, as Lindsey Vonn - or as Allie refers to her as: the baddest of all badass' - penciled us (you all) in to her hectic & very rigorous schedule to chat a little bit of everything! Everything meaning: the value of mini sewing kits as it pertains to the red carpet, Doping Control as it pertains to Olympic (Gold) athletes like herself vs team sport athletes like RJ. Her future w/ skiing - is the time coming sooner as opposed to later where she hangs up the skis? ("I will go out on top ..." -Vonn) & of course we had to take advantage of having two pro athletes together, throwing some fun topics to compare/value: whose workout regimen would you prefer? Richard's or Lindsey's. Who has more stalkers? Rich or Linds... what's the social media world like in this day and age for a pro athlete & the advice the Gold Medalist would give to the NBA Champ when it comes to his first ever MLB 

Pitch experience coming up at Angels Stadium #PeterPanic - all this & plenty more, enjoy! 

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