Movement Podcast

Meet the Dads: Our Father's Day Episode

June 24, 2020 Gray Cook, Lee Burton | Guests: Linwood Cook and Sammy Burton Season 1 Episode 6
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Meet the Dads: Our Father's Day Episode
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Meet the Dads: Our Father's Day Episode
Jun 24, 2020 Season 1 Episode 6
Gray Cook, Lee Burton | Guests: Linwood Cook and Sammy Burton

Today we have a very special episode of the Movement podcast. We celebrate Father’s Day with Gray's dad, Mr. Linwood Cook and Lee's dad, Mr. Sammy Burton.

The dads tell stories about Gray and Lee growing up in the small town of Chatham, Virginia. The conversation includes: Motorcycles, body casts, sciatica, the 1970's equivalent of an iPhone, raising pigs, work ethic, resourcefulness, and how being brought up in a small community and church has influenced their business approach. 

The second half gets deeper discussing physical transformation. One dad shares his own personal movement journey after tragedy struck. They talk about today’s youth and their need for activity, China’s emphasis on movement, and physical strength comparisons of the World War II era versus today. 

They wrap it all up with a new nickname for Lee, his baseball journey and college years, power naps and an “old school” Gatorade recipe.

 So let’s get going with today’s Movement podcast-- powered by FMS.

Show Notes

Today we have a very special episode of the Movement podcast. We celebrate Father’s Day with Gray's dad, Mr. Linwood Cook and Lee's dad, Mr. Sammy Burton.

The dads tell stories about Gray and Lee growing up in the small town of Chatham, Virginia. The conversation includes: Motorcycles, body casts, sciatica, the 1970's equivalent of an iPhone, raising pigs, work ethic, resourcefulness, and how being brought up in a small community and church has influenced their business approach. 

The second half gets deeper discussing physical transformation. One dad shares his own personal movement journey after tragedy struck. They talk about today’s youth and their need for activity, China’s emphasis on movement, and physical strength comparisons of the World War II era versus today. 

They wrap it all up with a new nickname for Lee, his baseball journey and college years, power naps and an “old school” Gatorade recipe.

 So let’s get going with today’s Movement podcast-- powered by FMS.