Lindsay McCormick is a sports broadcaster from Houston, Texas whose career has taken her from hosting live events for Super Bowl XLIX to guest corresponding for Showtime at the most anticipated fight of the decade: Mayweather vs Pacquiao.
She recently hosted the stages for Super Bowl Sponsor SAP alongside Marshall Faulk in San Francisco, was a sideline reporter for the quarterfinals of ESPN’s The Basketball Tournament, and in 2013 hit the road with NBC’s “Sunday Night Football” as their Social Host. Lindsay hosted the 2012 NFL Draft for CBS Sports, “The Fan” on Comcast SportsNet, and was a panel analyst for “Rip City Live.” She also appeared on ESPN.com’s “Streak for the Cash” and “ESPN College Pick’em,” MtvU’s “The Dean’s List,” and on TopRank.com covering the Timothy Bradley vs Jessie Vargas fight. Lindsay can currently be seen on the big screen opposite Shemar Moore playing a talk show host in the romantic comedy, The Bounce Back.
Namita Nayyar, President Women Fitness catches up with Lindsay McCormick on her spectacular dancing skills and fitness tips.
Ms. Namita Nayyar:
Your mom was a dancer and put you in a dance class when you were only 2 years old. You started competing at the age of 7 and then transitioned into competing in ballroom after college. Walk us through your incredible dancing journey and tell us how it all began?
Ms. Lindsay McCormick:
It technically all began thanks to my dance teacher of 15 years Paula Abbott. She continued to feed my love for dance every day after school and is responsible for teaching me technique and my foundation of dance. After her, I continued to dance as an officer on my high school drill team and took a short break in college only to reaffirm my love for dance. After college, I trained and competed with Van Dance CT until broadcast began to demand all of my time. Even though I stopped competing, I continuously trained with Michael Leon Thomas at Alvin Ailey in Manhattan and with Steve Ewing at the Edge Performing Arts Center in LA. I honestly can’t imagine my life without dance. Sometimes it expresses what you are feeling better than words and got me through a lot of difficult times.
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