POWER Hour Talks is committed to Educational Empowerment of Youth through Mentorship in Sports. Our Team consists of Mental Health Professionals, Professional Athletes, and Business Professionals coming together to show others how their struggles were used as a catalyst to achieve success.
We are writing a book on the Power Hour, which discusses life skills and habits that many elite athletes and over achievers have in common. Listen to our Podcast on iTunes & Spotify!
Denver Broncos WR
At a young age Diontae had the talent and speed to stand out from the competition. Despite the difficulty of making it to the big leagues, Diontae defied the odds. He spent four seasons in the CFL establishing himself as a all star, and holds the record for most yards in a single game with 496 all purpose yards. He spent 2019 with the Broncos and was ranked 3rd in the NFL for yards per kick return. Diontae wants to share his story so others can see how he overcame the challenges of life to be able to play the game he loves.
Calgary Stampeders WR
2018 Grey Cup Champion for the Calgary Stampeders. Markeith has a long list of accomplishments on the field. He understands the importance of having paramount focus and developing his mental strength to be prepared to perform on the field. Markeith is one of our speakers for our Keynote Speaker Series.
Edmonton Eskimos WR
Kenny was a part of the 2013 Florida State Seminole College Championship team. After celebrating success on the college level Kenny played in the NFL and later in the CFL. He is currently a member of the Edmonton Eskimos. Kenny has a Rottweiler named Draco whom he enjoys spending his offseason with in Florida.
Montreal Alouettes DB
TJ is a NFL Veteran with over 5 years of experience playing Defensive Back. In 2016 TJ came to Toronto and played for the Argonauts. Despite being traded on his birthday, just after a game where he caught two interceptions he didn't allow the circumstances to affect his attitude to his craft. TJ's determination led him to become the league leader in the CFL for Interceptions two years straight. He was a CFL All Star two years in a row .
Edmonton Eskimos WR
Kevin is a member of the Edmonton Eskimos Football Club. He is a five year CFL veteran and has close ties to Toronto. He played for the Toronto Argonauts from 2015-2016 and for the NFL's Buffalo Bills from 2012-2013. Kevin enjoys working with children & motivating Youth to achieve their dreams.
Indianapolis Colts DE
Drafted in the 2014 NFL Draft by the Indianapolis Colts Jonathan had an immediate impact on the Colts Defense. Years later he still makes impact plays on the field, as a member of the BC Lions Football Club. Jonathan has founded a business with his wife, creating herbal supplements and other products to alleviate pain and restore the human body. Visit www.herblanallc.com for more details!
Certified Personal Trainer
At a young age I realized the impact that eating certain foods had on my body. I was 12 years old when I stopped eating red meat. Over the years of playing at an elite level in the NFL, I honed in on my mental training and took my performance to another level. I did so by unlocking a deep focus and executing yard by yard on the field.
I am a Certified Personal Trainer in Metro Detroit Area. I founded Power Hour Fitness in 2020, visit PowerHourFitApp.com for a FREE Trial of my program.
Martez was a 3rd round pick in the 2011 NFL Draft. The Saints Defense saw an immediate impact with his athleticism on the Pass Rush. Off the field he would spend countless hours studying. The skills away from the field allowed Martez to perform at en elite level.
Life after football took some adjusting to, but the challenges that came in new ventures led him to finding his true passion. He now co-owns and runs several Alternative Health Stores in Texas.
Saskatchewan Roughriders WR
Kenny Stafford is CFL Grey Cup Champion from the 2015 Edmonton Eskimos. He was unexpectedly traded from the Montreal to Edmonton during the season. Kenny used his talents and entered a level of focus that enabled him to accomplish career highs that season. He finished the season with 47 receptions for 732 yards and 9 touchdowns, all career highs.