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Kyle Charley: The jerking and pain that comes along with it especially when I climb down on 3 or more horses. Justin Granger: My plans are to hit as many PBR events an get points to make finals. What would you recommend the younger Generation to do to stay fit for the next one. Rodeo Chat: Where are you kicking off your summer run this Year?
You can read my FULL interview with Kyle by scrolling below: Question 1: Out of all the roughstock events out there. Kyle Charley: I started with bulls, but then the excitement and challenges bareback has on your body is what I wanted. When did you start riding bulls, and when did you decide to hang up bulls and head to bareback riding scene? Ha ha Fan Question sent in from – Cowboy Coffee Chew: How old were you when you Bucked your first Bull and how did you get started? How important is to help out the up a coming guy’s?
Because you still have to be healthy for the next up coming rodeos without being banged up. Rodeo Chat: So have you started planning your summer run yet? Rodeo Chat: In your opinion, do you think Saddle Bronc riding is getting more recognition now then it did before? I Think slowly it is with the social media and televised coverage it’s starting to.
Question 5: What can you do to help keep the bareback riding industry alive and maybe help it grow further into mainstream? Fan Question From Pick A Rank One: Do you have a horse you have been bucked off that is on your list to conquer? Fan Question from Bobby Lehr: As far as the actual ride goes such as your mark out or lifting on the rein what did you find most challenging? Prolly lifting was the challenge from riding colts. Instagram.com/rodeochatt With the Justin Granger Invitational just a few weeks away I thought I would shine the light on his traveling partner, Patrick Chee this week!
Question 9: What kind of advice can you give to the rodeo cowboys/cowgirls that may be the first in their family to start rodeoing? Kyle Charley: I got them lined out yes, all will be in my circuit area to win the circuit year but for the next month I will be in Oklahoma. I never gave any other rodeo events any interest but I always enjoy watching Team Roping, Bareback and Saddle Bronc..
Kyle Charley: Keep your heads up no matter how rugged the road or situations you get in, god always has a plan for the best outcome in y’all. This coming weekend following along with Texas rodeos. Question 11: Is there any sponsors you would like to thank or anything else you would like to add? We are very excited to add Shea Russell to the team! Rodeo Chat: Do any other members in your family rodeo?Not only that ive given it a try once and it all felt natural to me, from then on I went to bareback school with world champ, Deb Greenough. Rodeo Chat: What’s one record you want to break in the bull riding industry? Rodeo Chat: How do you stay so fit and ready for the next one? Jace Angus: Lots of running and gym time when can, I do the seal grinder workouts and also stay in martial arts helps a bunch, eat right.Question 3: What was the hardest thing you had to learn about in bareback riding that took some time getting used too? Rodeo Chat: How important is it to stay fit as a Saddle Bronc Rider?It's this weird limbo stage when you are considered an adult, but you really aren't fluent in adult language or responsibilities yet. The average amount of parental help for the 20-somethings - roughly 0 a month - covers 29 percent of the median monthly housing costs in America's metro areas. Those in the art and design fields get the most help, an average of ,600 a year.