On today’s episode we have the pleasure of interviewing Harrison Butker of our very own Kansas City Chiefs. Harrison is married, has two small children, and is placekicker for the Chiefs.
In our interview, we learn about Harrison’s life off the field as a dad and husband, as well as advice he has for sports parents and kids. We also discuss the pressure of a public job and how he handles criticism.
Meet Harrison Butker
Aside from his roles as the Chief’s kicker, and more importantly husband and dad, Harrison is involved with an organization called Fuel Up to Play 60. Fuel Up to Play 60, created by the National Football League and National Dairy Council, along with America’s dairy farmers, encourages students to “fuel up” with nutritious foods like low-fat and fat free dairy, whole grains, fruits, vegetables and to get active and play for 60 minutes every day. For over a decade, Fuel up to Play 60 has helped create a foundation for educators and students to fuel greatness in the areas that matter most like being mindful and staying healthy. Fuel Up to Play 60 has a great parent guide here. For more information, head to their website!
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Harrison Heads to a Midwest Dairy Farm
As mentioned in the interview, enjoy seeing Harrison live in action at a local dairy farm!
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