Gabrielle Allyse Reece, an American professional volleyball player, sportscaster, model, and actress, was born on January 6, 1970. Gabrielle is considered as one of the very hot volleyball player till date.
How was the Volleyball career of Gabrielle Reece?
Reece spent several years playing professional volleyball tours after graduating. Reece served as the WBVL skills leader from 1993 to 1996 for a period of four years.
In 1994–1995, she was voted the Offensive Player of the Year, and in 1993, she led the league in blocks. She also participated in domestic events such as the 1999–2000 FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour and the Olympic Challenge Series.
Reece spent four years honing her golf game in the hopes of joining the LPGA, but she was unsuccessful. With small children, she claimed in 2009, “I just didn’t have the time for such a difficult game.”
There was a time when fans thought Gabrielle could become one of the best volleyball player.
How was the modelling career of Gabrielle?
In the late 1980s and the early 1990s, she was featured in a number of Elle layouts. She has graced the covers of Life, Elle, Women’s Sports & Fitness, Outside, Shape, and Women’s Sports & Fitness.
Previously, Reece appeared as herself in a cameo in the HBO series Arliss, when she scolded her agency for even suggesting that she accept a request to pose nude for Playboy.
What are the other works done by Gabrielle Reece?
Reece was a playable character and the cover model for the video game Power Spike: Pro Beach Volleyball, which was published in 2000 for the Game Boy Color, PlayStation, and Windows.
Along with fitness guru Paul Chek, Reece co-produced an infomercial for the “The Primal System” health and fitness product and presented Insider Training for Fit TV/Discovery, where she spoke with elite athletes about their training and conditioning routines.
Reece and her husband Laird Hamilton worked on the 2017 series XPT:The Experience for Outside TV after hosting NBC’s S.T.R.O.N.G. in 2016.
To be authentically feminine, Reece writes in her April 2013 book My Foot Is Too Big for the Glass Slipper: A Guide to the Less Than Perfect Life, “means being soft, responsive, and – look out, here it comes – submissive.”
In an appearance with The Today Show on April 16, she went on to elaborate on her argument by stating that she thinks women being submissive in relationships is a sign of strength, not weakness.
I don’t know where we got the concept that we should have it all because we don’t care about (guys) having it all.
Extreme Performance Training, often known as XPT Life, was founded by Laird Hamilton and Gabrielle Reece.
The Laird Superfood company, which Laird Hamilton and Gabrielle Reece started in 2015 with Paul Hodge, was introduced to Wall Street in September 2020. It is currently listed there under the trade number LSF.
In Tim Ferriss’ book Tools of Titans, Reece has a chapter where he offers advise.