"Bryan is one of the best speakers I have ever encountered on the sprints and motivational topics. The coaches here in Michigan have asked time and time again to have him come back. Bryan will become a part of your clinic and not just speak at it!!!
Director of Michigan Track and Field Clinic
"Bryan Hoddle is one of the finest motivational speakers that we have ever had speak at our clinics. He has spoken many times and the coaches admire and love his work. He has dedicated his life for the underdog in sports and in life."
President, All Sports School
"Bryan's keen insight into the minds of achievers may just be what you and your team needs to achieve your next goal!"
"I have had the opportunity to work with Bryan Hoddle many times throughout the years and have heard several of his motivational talks. He has inspired injured military, Paralympic and
developmental athletes to perform better than they ever thought possible, with his scientifically-based knowledge of track and field and passion for athlete success."
Patty Cornelius, MEd
Director of Athletics
"Bryan does an incredible job at both explaining and describing the events in track and field. When you leave his sessions you feel like you can take the things he discussed, and fit it in with what you do with your program."
Georgia Track and Field Clinic Director
USATF Men's LDR Executive Committee
"For athletes, business men, or the general public; a motivational speech from Bryan Hodde is guaranteed to make you want to go out and change the world. It has been a pleasure for me to
have been his publisher." (Circle of Champions)
Ale Publishing Co.
"Bryan is a breath of fresh air in the athletic world. His message is simple, yet strong! The very foundation of successful people is delivered passionately in his presentation. But most importantly, when you get to know him you realize he practices what he preaches, and that alone is a rare find!"
Carie M. Dever-Boaz
Head Woman's Softball Coach
Univ. of Arkansas
"Bryan is motivating and inspiring. He delivers a message that will last a lifetime."
University of Texas