Valentina stops in to discuss SigSauer Hunter Games adventure...
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Valentina Shevchenko in conversation with John Bartolo
Valentina Shevchenko is a professional mixed martial artist and former Muay Thai fighter. She currently competes in the women’s Flyweight division for the UFC. Valentina stops by to chat with John about the SigSauer Hunter Games Adventure that she just participated in.
1:00—John starts the show by thanking the sponsors. He welcomes Valentina Shevchenko to the show.
2:34—Valentina talks about the first ever SigSauer Hunter Games Adventure. She talks about her dream team and her experience participating in the competition.
11:41—John talks about how the Hunter Games is a good concept as a sport.
16:50—Valentina talks about the importance of practice.
17:57—John talks about SigSauer as a company.
20:20—Valentina talks about the shooting skills that the event required.
22:00—Valentina explains how SigSauer had arranged excellent quality equipment for the event.
24:30—Valentina says that training is more important than going into social media.
25:20—John asks about the cross-country road trip that Valentina did recently. Nevada, Texas, Florida, Wyoming were the favorite paces for her.
27:45—Valentina talks about the incredible food that she had at the Hunter Games.
29:15—They talk about making bread and focus on carbohydrates. Valentina talks about balancing different foods. She talks about her love for cake.
33:25—John asks about her bedtime during training. She says 10pm during training and 11pm if she is not training.
36:30—John asks if she plans to write a book. Valentina says though she has many stories to tell, she will think of writing a book later in life.
37:19—Valentina talks about doing seminars and sharing her experiences with people.
38:00—Valentina talks about coaching and how an apt teaching-learning strategy has to be found for each coach-individual.
51:29—Valentina speaks about her future plans after the pandemic is over.
54:03—Valentina talks about the active wear clothing line she started with her sister.
55:44—Valentina talks about her sister who is a commercial pilot now and how she likes to train in martial arts.
20:43-- “The most important aspect of the competition is that it is not only about what you get from this competition, like a gun or whatever, it is like you are making friends, getting to know wonderful people and making friendships that will last forever. This is the important and number one message of this event.” Valentina Shevchenko
36:51-- “Right now I feel that my life is full of action and I really don’t have time to stop. I just want to experience as much as I can travelling, meeting people, and seeing different places. This is what I really want to do with this time that I have in my life.” Valentina Shevchenko
50:13-- “Everyone has to have pride in their roots…it’s where you come from, where you grew up and received your education. It doesn’t mean that you have to stay there for your entire life. You can go experience places in the world or in your country. Just remember where you came from.” Valentina Shevchenko
58:11— “There is no time to waste the time.” Valentina Shevchenko
1:00:35-- “The more level-headed person you are, the easier it is to speak with you. If a person has a little bit of experience in life but talks big and brags, in reality they have nothing. But a person with more experiences in life, is easier to speak with. They are simple people with interesting stories. I really enjoy speaking with these kinds of ‘real’ people.” Valentina Shevchenko