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Taylor Averill
Tallest Podcast on Earth
Professional volleyball giant and part time sinner Taylor Averill talks about life on earth. Taylor Averill is a professional volleyball player, part of Team USA, bronze medalist, and part time sinner. The podcast explores the ins and outs of playing pro-volleyball on and off the court. Taylor shares his own experiences and interviews fellow athletes, sports psychologists, nutritionists, and more.The podcast offers an insider look at your favorite athletes as they discuss problems they’ve encountered and how they dealt with them, what they’ve learned throughout their careers, and what it’s...
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Ratings & Reviews
5.0 stars from 7 ratings
Averill is genuine and honest. He’s got some great guests and I’m excited for each episode - keep up the good work!
BlakeD. via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/01/22
In Good Company
When your life’s motto is ‘ let’s get weird ‘ , that’s the kind of vibe I can hang with. The insight into pro volleyball is a great listen for those who aspire to a better game.
TheMicDrop via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 04/15/22
Recent Episodes
Another great conversation on Tallest Pod - this week with Cody Kessel! We talked about how he developed his confidence, how he stays grounded, and  important messages for volleyball players, and humans across the world! 00:00 - Intro 14:05 - Cody’s youth 17:48 - Call of Duty 23:37 - Cody’s...
Published 03/28/23
Lincoln joins the show to talk all about playing pro volleyball in Korea, what it was like growing up in Australia, tips and tricks for improving your game and being a better server - and most importantly, how to fart on command!! Follow our IG! https://www.instagram.com/tallestpodcastonearth/
Published 03/21/23
Published 03/21/23
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