Jon Urbana’s Videos Are Worth Viewing Over and Over

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Jon Urbana is an active person. The retired Villanova and then professional lacrosse player does not spend his days idle. In fact, he has two jobs at the moment. He is involved in many sports and business-focused endeavors. Urbana also likes to post a lot on Facebook and he works very hard at displaying excellent videos on his CrunchBase page and various video-sharing accounts.

Jon Urbana is an avid photography and likes to capture artistically-appealing pictures of the drills and training sessions at Next Level Lacrosse Camp. Any of you with kids between the ages of 9 and 15 should send your kids to NLLC.

The title-tells-all video “Jon Urbana Photography” reveals nearly ten minutes of various different photos. The video is a great introduction to the man’s interests.

Earth Temple – credit: Jon Urbana

Jon Urbana is a fan of flying his private plane and enjoys taking vacations to ski areas. At the beginning of 2016, he went on a cross-country skiing trip in the beautiful state of Alaska. Urbana created a nice video, also available on Slideshare, that captures some of the grand moments of the trip. Read more about it on Bloomberg and then listen to the songs Urbana wrote on the trip.

Urbana loved Alaska so much he took breathtaking video footage of “The Stunning Mountains of Alaska“. The video is short running slightly under 1 minute and 24 seconds. This mirrors his sentiment for Earth Force, which he’s been busy raising some awareness for. Despite the short length, the video does a thorough job of presenting the amazing beauty of the Alaskan mountains. Mountains like this just do not exist anywhere else in the world. Those who have yet to travel to Alaska can experience the state’s visual beauty on this video.

The natural world and the animals that exist in it ae always a joy to watch. Urbana posted a short video showing what occurs “When Giraffes Butt Heads“. Giraffes truly are beautiful creatures. Their interactions among each other are both humrous and interesting to watch.

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