IN THIS EPISODE… Joe sets the story of his conversation with Tony and explains how he made a big mistake. From there the interview starts, and Tony Hawk shares with Joe some of his most memorable moments from movie sets, the pride of watching his daughter drop in for the first time, and the mentality we need to take while covid has made a major impact on us all.
? Breakdown with Tony Hawk:
Chapter 1 (0:00): Introduction
Joe introduces Tony and sets up the episode.
Chapter 2 (): Lessons Learned
Lessons Joe learned throughout his first year podcasting
Chapter 3 (2:00): Learning an ollie
The conversation with Tony starts off with Joe talking about learning his first skateboard trick
Chapter 4 (5:43): Inventing new tricks
Inventing a new trick can be difficult and Tony explains his process
Chapter 5 (11:58): Daughters accomplishment
Tony’s daughter accomplished her first drop-in!
Chapter 6 (17:04): Being on movie sets
There have been several movie sets Tony has been a part of and he shares his experiences
Chapter 7 (22:13): What covid has taught Tony
The crazy pandemic has taught us all a mind shift, and Tony explains what it has taught him
Chapter 8 (25:53) Closing Remarks
Joe wraps up the episode and shares his final thoughts
Material Referenced in this interview:
→Daddy’s Home – Movie
→Gleaming the Cube – Movie
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with Tony Hawk
Tony Hawk is a professional skateboarder and actor. He started at the age of nine when he got his older brother’s blue fiberglass skateboard. He used to practice at the now-defunct Oasis Skatepark at the age of 12, performing maneuvers well beyond his age. By the time he was 16 years old, he had become a professional skateboarder. With time, he was able to start his own skateboarding company called ‘BirdHouse,’ along with compatriot Per Welinder. He also initiated his own series of video games, 16 titles of which have been released since 1999. Through his own YouTube channel called Ride, he hosts various shows and has teamed up with several artists and musicians who have been inspired by skating. He has started the Tony Hawk Foundation for building skateparks for the underprivileged.