“One of my biggest reasons I love being a strength coach is the relationships I get to build with athletes. You're with them through the trenches and behind the scenes,” Stone said. “You're not put in the spotlight on the stage where they are, but instead helping them get to that point. I get every day to go spend that time with them and help them get to the point I know where they can be, or even get past that. It is such a huge opportunity to help the athletes to actually believe in so...
I hope you enjoy my latest video and find it encouraging in your life. We all have our obstacles and challenges in life, but we need to remember that everyday is a blessing and an opportunity. Wake up and choose to be happy for the day you were given. Remember, everything we do is not to get noticed by others, what we do behind closed doors, when no one is watching, is what truly defines us. Please let me know what you think and have a great weekend!
4 weeks. 28 days. 672 hours. That is the time I have left of being a Hokie. That is the time I have left until I walk across a stage and grab hold of a piece of paper that was way too expensive. Compared to the about 212 weeks, 1,484 days, or 35,616 hours I have had here in Blacksburg already. It is safe to say that this has been an extremely emotional season of life, as I prepare to leave my legacy here, leave relationships that I may never rekindle, and walk that gorgeous drill field for th...
I’m so excited to release my latest video updating you all on everything going on. This will be my new web page where all my stories, and videos will be posted. You can check out my videos, my stories, see what the Rise Up foundation is all about, and even check out the other authors including Bill Ray who helped me team with Amateur Authors CO. I’m proud to announce the new and improved way of following me and the Rise Up movement!
Ever wonder what it's like to be the wife of a division one college football coach? Marissa Partridge goes into the joys and challenges of being the woman behind Chris Partridge, a assistant coach for the Michigan Wolverines.
Jonathan Echols of Hampton, VA has been passionate about music since he was a toddler. He has worked at his craft ever since he could sing words in a tune. Read about his love of music and how far he has come!
"Brandon and I were at our high school team's basketball game that night, we got a text from our dad that my mom was in the hospital and they found out she had a brain tumor. Not just any brain tumor, but a stage 4 Glioblastoma."
Cara shares her mothers story of living a full and loving life, in spite of a terminal diagnosis.
Happy Monday and Happy New Year! Today is the first day of a new year and I am so excited for all of the things to come in 2018! 2017 was a great year for our family, we had lots of “firsts” as a family of 3 (4 including the pup). We had a lot of friends get married, we went on some awesome vacations and trips with friends and family, and it was just another year full of endless blessings.
Our family had a wonderful Christmas. We had a great time and loved watching Mason celebrate his 2nd Christm...
As 2018 is off and running Tristan has to come to grips with the fact that this is her final semester at Virginia Tech before the next phase of her life begins. She took the time to write down some goals and aspirations to help her make the most of her final few months in Blacksburg!