077 – Katrina Radke teaches you to be at your best.

Podcast Episode

katrinaKatrina is passionate about empowering people to be at their best, whether in sports, career, relationships or in life.

David explores her journey and the gems in her best-selling book, “Be Your Best without Stress” and the strategies that she used to overcome huge hurdles and truly live a Kickass Life.

About Katrina

Her swimming accomplishments include:

  • Olympic swimmer
  • 4 gold medals in major international competition
  • Numerous medals in all international meets
  • 7 years on USA National Team
  • Co-Captain of US Swim Team
  • Records at the American, US Open, Italian Open and Australian Open

Katrina attended Germantown Academy, holds a B.A from UC Berkeley, and received her Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy from Southern Connecticut State University, with a portion of her internship conducted through Yale School of Medicine.

The inspirational story of Katrina’s life began with a 12 year battle recovering from Mononucleosis followed by Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. She was left bedridden, with disabled parking, and unable to do any physical activity for several years. The ‘come-back kid’ fought her way back to compete in the 2004 Olympic Trials. Her race times placed her in world rankings once again. In addition, Katrina competed in Masters meets, snapping three old standing world records.

Teaching college psychology courses online at Foothill College is one way Katrina “pays it forward”. Together, she and her husband Ross Gerry, Olympic Coach, operate a peak potential business. Check how they can help you achieve your dreams www.WeCoach4u.com.

Author: David Wood

Introducing you to Master Trainer David Wood and The Kickass Life Podcast! In this podcast, David will be chatting with some of the worlds most fascinating and influential thought leaders who are impacting the world around us. You are invited to join in as David gets up-close and personal with these amazing people, unlocking their “success code” and letting you discover how these “ordinary” folks have gone on to do extraordinary things in the world, and truly live kickass lives.

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