Rise Resolute Podcast

Rebeka Stowe: pursue every facet of your life with rigor and remember: you are a warrior; you can do anything.

December 17, 2019 Gina Meyer, DPT Season 1 Episode 34
Rise Resolute Podcast
Rebeka Stowe: pursue every facet of your life with rigor and remember: you are a warrior; you can do anything.
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Rise Resolute Podcast
Rebeka Stowe: pursue every facet of your life with rigor and remember: you are a warrior; you can do anything.
Dec 17, 2019 Season 1 Episode 34
Gina Meyer, DPT

Connect and Rise with Rebeka Stowe, athlete & coach, 8 time USA Track and Field championship qualifier, certified level 2 coach for the USATF, and CSCS. She is currently one of the first female coaches in the athletic department at the 400-year-old Collegiate School, an all-boys private school on the Upper West side of Manhattan and also works with Nike running in NYC in addition to working with Run with the Lab (online coaching using VdotO2). Rebeka is not only a total bad ass in her field, but also a humble and amazingly inspirational person. This interview is FULL of incredible insight including the value of pursuing both your career (be it athletics or not) and your LIFE with rigor, valuing the people who are meaningful in different seasons of you life, realizing that in vulnerability is power and to constantly develop your mental skills toolbox, and remembering that you “can.” You can handle anything. In moments of struggle, pull on all of your positive training and remember: “I’m a warrior. I can do this.” You’re stronger than you think. 

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Connect and Rise with Rebeka Stowe, athlete & coach, 8 time USA Track and Field championship qualifier, certified level 2 coach for the USATF, and CSCS. She is currently one of the first female coaches in the athletic department at the 400-year-old Collegiate School, an all-boys private school on the Upper West side of Manhattan and also works with Nike running in NYC in addition to working with Run with the Lab (online coaching using VdotO2). Rebeka is not only a total bad ass in her field, but also a humble and amazingly inspirational person. This interview is FULL of incredible insight including the value of pursuing both your career (be it athletics or not) and your LIFE with rigor, valuing the people who are meaningful in different seasons of you life, realizing that in vulnerability is power and to constantly develop your mental skills toolbox, and remembering that you “can.” You can handle anything. In moments of struggle, pull on all of your positive training and remember: “I’m a warrior. I can do this.” You’re stronger than you think.