Kristin Haraldsdottir is a former NCAA National Champion in rowing, Division I Coach, PhD in Exercise Physiology and co-host of the humbled Podcast. Kristin’s story of becoming great at something, looking to share that joy with someone else and searching for another challenging outlet is a common evolution of the retired athlete. Kristin speaks eloquently to her experience stepping away from her sport from the athlete, coach and research perspective: the battle of trying to find the same challenge and camaraderie as an athlete, her research to find better solutions for athlete recovery and wellness, and her hopes for the listeners and athletes on the Humbled podcast.
For more information about Humbled, check out the Humbled website at www.humbledpodcast.com. Catch up with Kristin @kharaldsdottir and Erin @erincafaro on the Instagrams.
Thank you as always to our incredible podcast editor, Corey Schreppel! @coreyschreppel
This episode of Humbled is supported by Sonoma Women's Triathlon, a women's-focused tri that runs on July 13 in Healdsburg California. Whether you're a first-timer, an elite or something in between, Sonoma Women's has a great experience on tap for you. Go to Sonomatriathlon.com and register with the code HUMBLED and you will get 10% off registration. Sonoma Women's Tri is a Siberian Unicorn event.