Q: Who do you think should run for president in two years?
A: Daenerys Targaryen. (Yep I went there!)
Q: How many push up’s you can do?
A: In a row, I would say about 45. Then, I would fall over.
Q: Would you eat a bowl of crickets for $100,000?
A: Are we talking live crickets? Would some kind of seasoning salt be permitted? (Either way, I’d still most likely do it!)
Q: What are your top 3 gigs you have ever DJed?
A: This is a though one. Actually, I think Fit Radio has worked with them. I did a Night Nation Run Festival in Los Angles last year with 15,000 people. That would definitely be one of my favorite shows. The other 2 would have to be when I played in South Korea at Club Answer and I love Canada so I would say the shows I’ve done up in Grande Prairie, Alberta.
Q: What did you think the 1st time you played the Fit Radio App?
A: Great App! People needed something like this. Especially for running, gym sessions, or even road trips.
Q: How does Fit Radio help people’s workouts?
A: Music has a tremendous effect on the way you feel. The right mix can motivate you to go the extra mile or keep pushing through your workout when you feel like quitting.
Q: What is the best feature on Fit Radio?
A: The Selection of mixes available. Plus having them all categorized really helps you navigate to exactly the style of music you’re looking for.
Q: How do you prepare a mix for Fit Radio?
A: I really like finding different and new styles of music and mixing them together with familiar elements of songs that are more recognizable to people. It’s a great way to introduce new music to the listener. When I start making the mix, I try to pair up vocals from hit records with newer, more abstract tracks. I think of a mix as a whole piece of music, as opposed to a collection of songs. So, it’s very common to always hear something going on, even in the spaces between tracks.