Excited to announce the launch of our Pass The Torch podcast on Monday, 1/17/201. The series takes an inside look at your favorite athletes and sports personalities as they share their unique journeys in sports and the greatest lessons learned along the way!
“Every athlete has a story to tell and invaluable lessons they have learned along the way,” says TorchPro’s Head of Content and podcast Host, Danny Healey. “To have the opportunity to listen to these individuals and talk to them about their careers, their lives outside of sports, and their hopes for the future has been an amazing experience.”
The “Pass The Torch” podcast is a platform to help inspire the future generations of athletes and fans and allow professional athletes to share their experiences to help those gain an edge in sports and life. New episodes will be available on all major podcast platforms (Apple, Spotify, Google and more) on a weekly basis, subscribe to their channel to not miss any new interviews. You can also find the video versions at TorchPro.com. During these interviews, guests cover a range of topics such as the greatest stories from their childhood and playing days, mental battles of balancing life with athletics, importance of creating a brand beyond the field and the best advice they could pass on and what has resonated the most with them throughout their careers.
Episode 1 of “Pass The Torch” is now live featuring 3-time Super Bowl champion and successful businessman Lonie Paxton – listen here. The rest of season 1 will feature athletes such as Pat Freiermuth of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Myles Jones of the Professional Lacrosse League, Joe Pavelski of the Dallas Stars, SportsCenter host David Lloyd and more stars from the world of sports.
“TorchPro was started with the goal of inspiring greatness in the next generation of athletes,” says TorchPro Co-Founder and CEO, Matt Fornataro. “We truly believe that one of the best ways to inspire is through authenticity. We truly appreciate these athletes taking the time to share their true stories and experiences, the challenges and successes they have had, and life off the field and we know it will resonate with listeners.”