#BeardTalk - Bearded Men We Admire: Logan
Logan W. is a Washington, DC, resident, USPTA Certified Professional Coach, lawyer turned entrepreneur and, most importantly, a longtime stubble & ‘stache supporter. His latest venture is Go West Tennis, and his mission is to provide the highest quality of tennis training experience to players of all ages and skill levels. While part of me was tempted to challenge Logan to a match, prudence prevailed and we stuck with a conversation centered around beards, beard care and grooming...thereby keeping my tennis ego intact.
Nick: Have you always had a beard?
Logan: I emerged from the womb with cheek whiskers.
Nick: What inspired you to grow your beard?
Logan: The harsh winter winds of New Hampshire slapping my boyish cheeks silly.
Nick: What is the best part of having a beard?
Logan: Everything - it serves a multi-purpose tool. Scarf, conversation starter, napkin, food storage device…the list goes on.
Nick: What is the worst part of having a beard?
Logan: There is no worst part about having awesomeness sprout from your face.
Nick: Do you have a beardspiration?
Logan: My Dad — think Sean Connery. I’ve never seen him clean shaven in my life.
Nick: What is your grooming routine?
Logan: Rinse, @stubbleandstache, repeat. Haircut and beard trim once a month by @hb_chris_ from @barberofhellsbottom
Nick: Any complaints about your facial hair from your significant other/loved ones?
Logan: In a moment of weakness one summer I cut a few inches off my beard. When she saw it, my wife @rocketwest looked at me in horror and said, “What did you do?!” Last time I made that mistake.
Nick: Any good stories about your beard?
Logan: President Barack Obama once told me my beard was on point.
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