#52 Cole Seely Speaks On the Transition from Motocross to Retirement
It Ain't weak to Speak with Sam Webb
Today, I am talking to Cole Seely who is an American professional motocross racer. His impressive career includes turning pro in 2009, debuting at the 2009 Phoenix Supercross, winning 5 Supercross Lites races, premier class winner, 2015 Rookie of the Year, and represented the US in the 2017 Motocross of Nations. In this episode, we discuss Cole’s mental health journey through his career and how he has had to adapt to life in retirement. Cole shares how he would use his anxiety in his career to enhance his races through excitement and stimulation, and now in retirement he had to find new outlets of release. Cole speaks about his mental health training and how it is just as important as his physical training. He discusses how he has created a regime of therapy, journalling, diet, and physical exercise to live his best life, both mentally and physically. Please rate and review the podcast if you enjoyed it. Much Love, SW. For the full show notes and to learn more, head to www.livin.org @livinorg @coleseely #itaintweaktospeak. Join us on our Facebook Group www.facebook.com/groups/itaintweaktospeak/to share your story, breakthroughs, challenges, and to connect with other people to learn more about positive mental health.
Show #469 - Phil Nicoletti, Trey Canard with Cole Seely In-Studio
The PulpMX.com Show
Eli's number one fan Dylan came on and went a little nutty when Chris Betts did what Chris Betts does. Phil came on and even though his results have been better, he was not happy about calling in. Trey Canard hasn't been on in a long while and it was great to have the great Trey on the show. Cole Seely is in studio and providing the insight only a rider of his caliber can. Great show. CARROTS!
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Show #433- Benny Bloss, Cole Seely, Weege, Chris Betts with Kellen Brauer In-Studio
The PulpMX.com Show
Benny Bloss is running his own privateer effort for the quickly approaching Nationals and we talk to him about how that transpired. Cole Seely was part of FMX Fite Club last week and we check in with the former Factory rider to see what he though of that. Weege joins us from the Loretta Lynn's Ranch to talk all things amateur National. We have Kellen Brauer in studio too!
Presented by Fly Racing On this week's Fly Racing Swapmoto Podcast, we phoned up our buddy Cole Seely to get his take on the Monster Energy Supercross reboot in Salt Lake City, get the scoop on his new KTM 450 SX-F, and see how the freshly retired racer handled the COVID-19 pandemic quarantine. Jokingly, Seely told us that he "retired just in time," to avoid the uncertainty of the 2020 race season and the upcoming non-stop racing as the break in action has effectively eliminated this winter's off-season. Enjoy!
Jason Weigandt chats with the former 450SX race winner and factory Honda rider in this edition of the Racer X Exhaust Podcast. Seely finds himself in a unique position compared to his old racing peers: while they're pulling their hair out trying to stay fit and focused during this coronavirus break, Seely is well past that pressure, having retired after the 2019 season. Now he's working on his YouTube channel with bike builds, including a recent move to purchase a KTM after spending most of his racing career on Hondas. The Racer X Exhaust Podcast is presented by Yoshimura.