[Season 2: Episode 3]

In this episode, we are joined by 25x World Champion Martial Artist, Adrenaline Pro Athlete, and Founder of Trick Like a Girl Olivia Rando.

Olivia began her karate journey at the age of 5, and by the age of 9, had begun traveling the world to compete in NASKA, WKC, and WAKO. Through martial arts competitions, Olivia discovered tricking and has grown to love it. Passionate to increase awareness and give recognition to female trickers, she created the Trick Like a Girl movement. Her goal is to inspire and encourage more girls to participate in the sport.

The hardest thing about tricking is probably having a positive mindset and being confident in yourself, as well as your abilities.

If you’ve wondered about the world of martial arts tricking, how to gets started, and could use a dose of inspiration from an Adrenaline Pro Athletes perspective, then this episode is for you.

Listen as Olivia Rando spills it on…

  • What got you interested in martial arts tricking?

  • Why do you think that these are still male-dominated activities?

  • What would you say is the hardest thing about tricking? And learning to trick?

  • You’re also an Adrenaline Pro Athlete. Is there a story there, on how that came to be?

  • Out of all the people you’ve trick battled against, who would you say was the most fun?

  • As a 25x World Champion Martial Artist, which tournament do you never want to miss, if possible?

  • …and so much more!

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