Unstoppable: How Steve Kane of ‘Rolling Strong’ made incredible accomplishments despite being diagnosed with Stage 3 Cancer
Success is not measured on where you are, it’s measured on how hard you are willing to push to get to the next step. Show vulnerability by allowing others to help you get there and don’t forget to give back to the next person trying to do the same thing.
As a part of our “Unstoppable” series, I had the pleasure of interviewing Steve Kane.
Steve Kane is addressing one of the largest issues for trucking operations — driver health and wellness. As President of Rolling Strong, a fitness and wellness company that uses a mobile app to help carriers and drivers improve compliance with CDL medical requirements and to implement and manage their wellness initiatives, he leads a team of developers and coaches who are working to raise the awareness level of the importance of this issue with fleets. Kane also works with the American Trucking Associations and other trucking organizations to improve the health and fitness of truck drivers across the industry.
Kane has 20 years of trucking operations management and software and mobile application development experience. Today, he brings his skills and passion for fitness and wellness to the driver community through Rolling Strong. Prior to joining the company, he was Director of Innovation at Velociti Inc.
Thank you so much for doing this with us! It is really an honor. Our readers would love to get to know you a bit better. Can you share your “backstory” with us?
I am the president and founder of a health company designed for professional drivers called Rolling Strong. It promotes behavior change and provides support in the areas of nutrition, fitness, sleep, stress management and weight management. My father was an entrepreneur and business owner and owned trucks for food distribution to nursing homes and his brother was a truck driver. I grew up changing tires and shining the aluminum of trucks. As I grew older, I did these tasks at truck stops to earn enough money to become a CDL Class A truck driver. I had been…