Paul Rabil Torey Pudwill Suiting Up
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Torey Pudwill Suiting Up with Paul Rabil

Editor’s note: Check out Paul Rabil’s new podcast below and be sure to subscribe on iTunes! Paul gets deep and personal with pro skateboarder Torey Pudwill on his newly discovered sleeping disorder, punctuality, pressure, business, and responsibility.

“Skating is about putting all of your energy into something that keeps you creative.”

This week’s guest is one of the world’s top skateboarders, industry entrepreneur, and social media influencer.

Torey Pudwill began skating in California when he was 4 years old. At 14, he edited his first video series, “How To Go Pro”, and began his trek to stardom. Since then, he’s filmed 10 video parts, amassed dozens of sponsors, won X-Games medals and Street League competitions.

In 2011, Pudwill won Street Skater of the Year. Professional skateboarder and entrepreneur Jeron Wilson said, “I don’t think you can say anything bad about Torey. He’s one of those guys that’s just one of the greatest skateboarders.”

On the show, Pudwill and I discuss the world of skateboarding, competitions, preparation, and more. At the start of the show, Pudwill discloses, for the first time publicly, that he has narcolepsy.

I’m your host Paul Rabil and welcome to Suiting Up Podcast, a show where I delve into the stories of some of today’s leading athletes, entrepreneurs, and entertainers, interviewing them and unpacking the psychology of their success.

Torey Pudwill: Pro Skateboarder and Entrepreneur

Suiting Up is an interview style podcast featuring lacrosse star and entrepreneur, Paul Rabil. Rabil, a 2x Major League Lacrosse MVP, splits his time between the gym and office, where he manages an OTT subscription platform and an event company, directs his foundation focused on learning differences and oversees a lengthy investment portfolio. This balancing act has become the new norm for athletes who seek to strike while the iron is hot both on the field and in the boardroom and it’s a challenge that requires more than just good time management. This podcast will explore the playbook of tools, technologies and strategies that athletes use to succeed.