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Champion's Mojo

Kelly Palace

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Hosted by two World Record Holders, Kelly Palace and Maria Parker bring you conversations with champions. They interview the most elite Swimmers and Coaches in the sport on Odd Numbered shows and Even numbered shows they discuss topics around Motivation, Mindset, Health & Wellness.

Latest Episodes

Stopping Self-Sabotage, Episode #70

Why do we sometimes do the opposite of what we know we should? What is self-sabotage? How does it keep us from achieving our goals and how do we recognize it and use it for positive change? If you’ve ever found yourself hitting the snooze button despite your intention to get up and work out or, going for the second piece of pie just when you’ve started to get traction on your weight loss goals, you’ll want to tune in.

30 MIN1 w ago
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Stopping Self-Sabotage, Episode #70

Jon Rudd: International Olympic Gold Coach, Episode #69

Coaching the individual, and paying attention to every detail and person involved in the training process, are keys to international success, according to elite swimming coach Jon Rudd who joins hosts Kelly Palace and Maria Parker in this exclusive interview. Jon shares his thoughts on training Olympic swimmers and how the lessons from the pool translate into the rest of life.

53 MIN2 w ago
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Jon Rudd: International Olympic Gold Coach, Episode #69

Markos Papadatos: Power Journalist with Passion, Episode #68

Living passionately, gaining the trust of others and helping them along their journey is an important component of experiencing success, according to this exclusive interview with power journalist Markos Papadatos. He shares the routines, practices and philosophies that drive his productivity and interviewing style.

40 MIN3 w ago
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Markos Papadatos: Power Journalist with Passion, Episode #68

Ryan Murphy: Talks Dealing with Pressure, Episode #67

What is the best way to productively deal with pressure? Olympic gold medal backstroke swimmer Ryan Murphy joins hosts Kelly Palace and Maria Parker to talk about how he deals with pressure in his life, both in and out of the pool.

51 MINJUN 8
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Ryan Murphy: Talks Dealing with Pressure, Episode #67

Honoring Hunger and Fullness, Episode #66

Eating without mindfulness can lead to overeating but with some planning, people can honor when they are hungry and when they are full. Kelly and Maria share tips on how to truly know when to fuel your body and when it is time to push away your plate.

23 MINJUN 2
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Honoring Hunger and Fullness, Episode #66

Katie Hoff: Finding your “Deep Down”, Episode #65

Katie Hoff is one of the world’s best swimmers who never won an Olympic gold medal, retiring from swimming in 2015 after treating pulmonary embolisms. She joins the show to talk about finding her “deep down” for success in swimming -- and in life after it.

53 MINMAY 26
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Katie Hoff: Finding your “Deep Down”, Episode #65

Losing the Quarantine 10, Episode #64

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted routine for everyone -- including health and fitness regimens. As the world starts to reopen, Kelly and Maria share tips for getting back in a fitness routine and a mindset to be your healthiest self following quarantine and stay-at-home orders. Tune in for six actionable tips for success.

27 MINMAY 19
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Losing the Quarantine 10, Episode #64

Josh Davis: Consistency is Key, Episode #63

This week’s guest is five-time Olympic medalist Josh Davis who talks with Kelly and Maria about setting routines and repeating patterns to reach success. He also talks about his swimming Renaissance using ultra short race pace training. Tune in to hear his tips for success and how faith, instead of fear, drive his decisions.

59 MINMAY 12
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Josh Davis: Consistency is Key, Episode #63

Mary T. Meagher Plant: Career in Perspective, Episode #62

Mary T. Meagher Plant is a swimmer who broke the mold in how fast one can swim butterfly, earning her the nickname Madame Butterfly. She broke the world record five times and held it for 21 years -- 35 years after her top swim performances, her world record time would have still made all Olympic teams including 2008, 2012 and 2016. In this exclusive interview, she shares advice for people who are currently dealing with their dreams being postponed.

58 MINMAY 5
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Mary T. Meagher Plant: Career in Perspective, Episode #62

Janet Carbin: CBS Survivor Swim Star, Episode #61

*This episode was recorded before the Covid 19 Pandemic changes Even if you've never watched CBS's Survivor, you'll be motivated and inspired by this interview with (in our opinion) the second-best swimmer ever to appear on Survivor, besides Elizabeth Beisel. At 59 years old, Janet is doing ocean swims four days a week & breaking gender barriers in the field of lifeguard supervising. You'll hear how Janet used swimming to get to the final 6 of Survivor and how "proving oneself" is the key to success.

51 MINAPR 28
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Janet Carbin: CBS Survivor Swim Star, Episode #61

Latest Episodes

Stopping Self-Sabotage, Episode #70

Why do we sometimes do the opposite of what we know we should? What is self-sabotage? How does it keep us from achieving our goals and how do we recognize it and use it for positive change? If you’ve ever found yourself hitting the snooze button despite your intention to get up and work out or, going for the second piece of pie just when you’ve started to get traction on your weight loss goals, you’ll want to tune in.

30 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Stopping Self-Sabotage, Episode #70

Jon Rudd: International Olympic Gold Coach, Episode #69

Coaching the individual, and paying attention to every detail and person involved in the training process, are keys to international success, according to elite swimming coach Jon Rudd who joins hosts Kelly Palace and Maria Parker in this exclusive interview. Jon shares his thoughts on training Olympic swimmers and how the lessons from the pool translate into the rest of life.

53 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Jon Rudd: International Olympic Gold Coach, Episode #69

Markos Papadatos: Power Journalist with Passion, Episode #68

Living passionately, gaining the trust of others and helping them along their journey is an important component of experiencing success, according to this exclusive interview with power journalist Markos Papadatos. He shares the routines, practices and philosophies that drive his productivity and interviewing style.

40 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Markos Papadatos: Power Journalist with Passion, Episode #68

Ryan Murphy: Talks Dealing with Pressure, Episode #67

What is the best way to productively deal with pressure? Olympic gold medal backstroke swimmer Ryan Murphy joins hosts Kelly Palace and Maria Parker to talk about how he deals with pressure in his life, both in and out of the pool.

51 MINJUN 8
Comments
Ryan Murphy: Talks Dealing with Pressure, Episode #67

Honoring Hunger and Fullness, Episode #66

Eating without mindfulness can lead to overeating but with some planning, people can honor when they are hungry and when they are full. Kelly and Maria share tips on how to truly know when to fuel your body and when it is time to push away your plate.

23 MINJUN 2
Comments
Honoring Hunger and Fullness, Episode #66

Katie Hoff: Finding your “Deep Down”, Episode #65

Katie Hoff is one of the world’s best swimmers who never won an Olympic gold medal, retiring from swimming in 2015 after treating pulmonary embolisms. She joins the show to talk about finding her “deep down” for success in swimming -- and in life after it.

53 MINMAY 26
Comments
Katie Hoff: Finding your “Deep Down”, Episode #65

Losing the Quarantine 10, Episode #64

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted routine for everyone -- including health and fitness regimens. As the world starts to reopen, Kelly and Maria share tips for getting back in a fitness routine and a mindset to be your healthiest self following quarantine and stay-at-home orders. Tune in for six actionable tips for success.

27 MINMAY 19
Comments
Losing the Quarantine 10, Episode #64

Josh Davis: Consistency is Key, Episode #63

This week’s guest is five-time Olympic medalist Josh Davis who talks with Kelly and Maria about setting routines and repeating patterns to reach success. He also talks about his swimming Renaissance using ultra short race pace training. Tune in to hear his tips for success and how faith, instead of fear, drive his decisions.

59 MINMAY 12
Comments
Josh Davis: Consistency is Key, Episode #63

Mary T. Meagher Plant: Career in Perspective, Episode #62

Mary T. Meagher Plant is a swimmer who broke the mold in how fast one can swim butterfly, earning her the nickname Madame Butterfly. She broke the world record five times and held it for 21 years -- 35 years after her top swim performances, her world record time would have still made all Olympic teams including 2008, 2012 and 2016. In this exclusive interview, she shares advice for people who are currently dealing with their dreams being postponed.

58 MINMAY 5
Comments
Mary T. Meagher Plant: Career in Perspective, Episode #62

Janet Carbin: CBS Survivor Swim Star, Episode #61

*This episode was recorded before the Covid 19 Pandemic changes Even if you've never watched CBS's Survivor, you'll be motivated and inspired by this interview with (in our opinion) the second-best swimmer ever to appear on Survivor, besides Elizabeth Beisel. At 59 years old, Janet is doing ocean swims four days a week & breaking gender barriers in the field of lifeguard supervising. You'll hear how Janet used swimming to get to the final 6 of Survivor and how "proving oneself" is the key to success.

51 MINAPR 28
Comments
Janet Carbin: CBS Survivor Swim Star, Episode #61
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