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Megan Skaggs on Florida Gymnastics, Managing NCAA, and the Tiny Bows Project

Today on the podcast I am joined by Megan Skaggs a recently graduated student-athlete at the University of Florida,  where she competed for the Gators.

A former US National Gymnastics Team member, Megan represented the US internationally including helping team US win Gold at the 2015 Pan American Games.

Most recently Megan won the 2022 Athlete Advocate of the Year at INFLCR NIL Summit.

As well as having an outstanding career and 5 years of studying and competing at College, Megan has done some amazing things inside the gymnastics community with charity efforts through her Tiny Bow Project, which promoted several great causes. 

We discuss:

How Megan Skaggs maintained her athletic training, academics, a charity side project, and personal life during college.

How to improve your competition performance. 

What you need to do to build confidence and positive self-talk.

Megan’s top tip for the college recruiting process.

The Tiny Bow Project.

Megan’s thoughts on NIL (name, image, and likeness) and the positive and negative aspects for student-athletes. 

The importance of being a mentally fit athlete not just physical. 


The best thing Megan’s parents did for her as an athlete.


Megan Skaggs on Florida Gymnastics, Managing NCAA, and the Tiny Bows Project

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– Dave

Dr. Dave Tilley DPT, SCS, CSCS
CEO/Founder of SHIFT Movement Science