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The Power Company Podcast
Introducing: Breaking Beta | The Science of Climbing Podcast

The Power Company Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 5:22


Introducing the trailer for a new podcast brought to you by Power Company Climbing, Crux Conditioning, and Plug Tone Audio! Is it possible to make research and science both more fun - and frankly - more useful for coaches and climbers? That's what we needed to answer. Now that we're a few episodes into recording this podcast, I can honestly answer YES. It takes a lot of work, but yes. Our goal is to do that work for you. In this podcast, coaches Paul Corsaro and Kris Hampton are getting together in the lab weekly to look at the body of research - both climbing specific and more general sports science - that is often cited by climbers on their quest to improve. We'll take each study, break it into it's components, explain it in a way that doesn't make your eyes glaze over, and then discuss what we find useful and as well as the ways in which these studies are so wildly misinterpreted by damn near every one of us. Season 1 of Breaking Beta drops on Wednesday, December 8th. Every week for 10 weeks we'll be getting deep into finger strength, tendon health, creatine, flexibility, climbing specific injury, and more. What the research says, what it doesn't, and how you've been getting it all wrong. Make sure you're subscribed, hit the follow button on Spotify, and tell your friends to tell a friend. Particularly that one friend who is always citing his wild misinterpretation of the research. Tell him you've got the perfect podcast for him. Brought to you by Power Company Climbing and Crux Conditioning. Find Kris and our main Breaking Beta content on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/powercompanyclimbing/ Find Paul and Crux Conditioning on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/cruxconditioning/ Get transcripts, citations, and more at https://www.powercompanyclimbing.com/breakingbeta If you have questions, comments, or want to suggest a paper we should cover, find us at https://community.powercompanyclimbing.com Our music is from legendary South Dakota band Rifflord. Breaking Beta is a proud member of the Plug Tone Audio Collective.  

For the Love of Climbing
34: Dreamers Only

For the Love of Climbing

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 45:47


Dreams don't just fall into our heads out of nowhere. They're cultivated and built from passionate ideas. Big dreamers know that they don't happen immediately—they require patience, self-compassion, and above all, the courage to pursue them, regardless of the odds.Debbie credits her resilience to her childhood struggles in Catalonia and learned that sometimes, you have to travel to the other side of the world to discover what moves you the most.For the Love of Climbing is brought to you by Deuter USA, Gnarly Nutrition, Allez Outdoors, and presented by Patagonia.Music by: Kakurenbo and Chad Crouch. A HUGE thank you to Chad Crouch for creating absolute magic, and to Peter Darmi for mixing this episode.Cover photo by Kika MacFarlane.Read the transcript here.Follow us on Instagram for podcast (pod-Kath?) updates and general life things.Support us on Patreon in exchange for a warm, fuzzy feeling.

The Outdoor Biz Podcast
Jordan Hirro On How His Passion For Climbing Became A Career [EP 305]

The Outdoor Biz Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 41:53


They say that if you love your job, you'll never have to work a day in your life. That seems to be the case for Jordan Hirro, who turned his passion for climbing into a career. Jordan is the Advertising & Sales Executive at Outside Interactive. In this episode, he joins host Rick Saez to share his journey and how his love for the outdoors paved the way to his successful career. He also gives some insight and shares tips for anyone aspiring for a career in media and advertising, especially in the climbing industry. Stay tuned! Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! https://ricksaez.com/listen/   Snippets Jordan's Intro to the Outdoors 02:09 - 02:24 Jordan's Favorite Gear 37:37 - 38:00 Jordan's Advice to get into media 32:14 - 32:45

Jam Crack - The Niall Grimes Climbing Podcast

Taylor Parsons came to prominence in the climbing world about a decade ago when, as Chris Webb-Parsons, she was one of the world's strongest boulderers with a string of cutting-edge outdoor and competition performances. Parsons soon after fell out of climbing and, after years of dark struggles, has now transitioned into mum-of-three, Taylor. The story contains graphic detail and lots of laughs.

The Nugget Climbing Podcast
EP 97: Austin Hoyt — Favorite Zones in the Northeast, Rediscovering Old Projects, and Being a GUNKaholic

The Nugget Climbing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 95:37


Austin Hoyt is an 18-year-old kid from New York whose tick list rivals some professional climbers. We talked about balancing school with climbing, what he learned from his first coach, his FA of ‘Flashing Lights' V14, his love of The Gunks, making old-school climbing films, the support from his dad, and his ongoing goal to develop the bouldering scene in the Northeast.Check out Rhino Skin Solutions:rhinoskinsolutions.comUse code "NUGGET" at checkout for 20% off your next order!Support the Podcast:thenuggetclimbing.com/supportWe are supported by these amazing BIG GIVERS:Bryan Fast, Leo FranchiBecome a Patron:patreon.com/thenuggetclimbingShow Notes:  thenuggetclimbing.com/episodes/austin-hoytNuggets:4:30 – Austin's bouldering stats at age 18, and how he fits climbing in while going to school8:12 – Some of Austin's typical weekend destinations9:48 – Favorite areas in the Northeast11:38 – How Austin started climbing (Ninja Warrior + ice cream shop), and doing V3 his first week15:11 – Crediting everything to his first coach Charlie, and negative reinforcement18:41 – Drills and spray wall climbing23:34 – Climbing at Powerlines, and getting into doing first ascents (FAs)25:25 – “Chase me”, and what Austin learned from watching his coach Charlie climb27:25 – Finding new boulders in famous areas29:17 – The Gunks, and Austin's Gunkaholics film series33:40 – The season in The Gunks, and what Austin does when it rains for two weeks34:44 – Balancing projecting, outdoor climbing for volume, and indoor training37:15 – The mental battle of projecting, and the first ascent of ‘Flashing Lights' V1443:14 – ‘Nuclear War' V1345:52 – Filmmaking, and Austin's film equipment and influence 49:18 – College plans and dreams to make adventure films52:00 – Plan for a gap year, and comp training54:42 – Dave Graham56:18 – How Austin trains power on a spray wall 57:30 – Guidance for setting a spray wall, and the skill of making up hard climbs to train on1:00:24 – What a spray wall session looks like, and training strengths vs. weaknesses1:02:28 – Patron Question from Brandon: Do you have any roped ambitions in New England?1:04:22 – Bouldering vs. trad in The Gunks1:05:44 – Patron Question from Will: What is your favorite crag north of The Gunks?1:07:48 – Patron Question from Jack: What is your favorite problem on the Speed Boulder at GB?1:08:55 – Patron Question from Avery: How did you become the master of vert?1:11:25 – Austin's dad, motocross, and broken bones1:14:13 – How his dad supported him in climbing ‘Nuclear Base' V141:17:39 – Austin's new project1:19:18 – Climbing algorithms, “The Formula”, and Austin's perspective on grades1:22:36 – The dream of becoming a pro climber, the current goal of developing the Northeast, my experiences in Leavenworth, and making lists1:26:05 – Applying to colleges near climbing1:27:07 – Beta Labs, and ideas for building his own business1:30:54 – Shoutouts to his sponsors

DON CAST
Climbing your own mountain, web3, NFTs, redefining who I am

DON CAST

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 22:30


in this episode the don is back, off his car accident, being a sad boy, drops some gems tune in 

Bleav in Hornets
Charlotte Hornets Are Climbing The Eastern Conference Standings, PJ Washington Returns, The Rookies Score!

Bleav in Hornets

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 25:25


The Charlotte Hornets are 13-8 and a 5th seed in the Eastern Conference. Sam Dracula talks about the team's improved defense, the 'next man up' mentality, PJ Washington's return from injury, Terry Rozier back in form, and Kai Jones and James Bouknight scoring their first NBA points. Sponsor: www.betonline.ag sign up today and receive your 50% welcome bonus with promo code: BLEAV

Lattice Training Podcast
Training For Trad Climbers with Trad Princess | Lattice Training

Lattice Training Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 38:16


In this latest podcast episode, we had Tom Randall sit down with Mary Eden: AKA @tradprincess to talk about how she trains, prepares and performs for trad climbing. Mary has been working with Lattice and coach Jen Wood for a couple of years and has steadily progressed from her first 5.12 in the summer of 2018 to her first 5.13 in mid 2019. From there, she's gone on to complete multiple 5.13 ascents in various crack styles, including some of the best runs of "offwidth form" that have ever been witnessed in the US scene. Mary talks about her process for preparing physically, mentally and technically for her hardest sends - including general preparation for climbing trips/seasons. She also shares her experiences with how much sport climbing and bouldering has improved her trad climbing. 

Keen On Democracy
Patrick Dean on Climbing America's Wildest Peak

Keen On Democracy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 36:19


In this episode of “Keen On”, Andrew is joined by Patrick Dean, the author of “A Window to Heaven: The Daring First Ascent of Denali - America's Wildest Peak”. Patrick Dean has written speeches for Congressional candidates, taught inner-city high-school English, and earned a master's degree in theology. Patrick has been a free-lance writer, social-media content creator, and website designer. He is also the executive director of the Mountain Goat Trail Alliance, a nonprofit dedicated to creating a walking and cycling trail on a former railroad bed. Visit our website: https://lithub.com/story-type/keen-on/ Email Andrew: a.keen@me.com Watch the show live on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ajkeen Watch the show live on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ankeen/ Watch the show live on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lithub Watch the show on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/LiteraryHub/videos Subscribe to Andrew's newsletter: https://andrew2ec.substack.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Career Relaunch®
Climbing the Right Ladder with Alex Spencer- CR78

Career Relaunch®

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 40:37


Teacher turned marketer Alex Spencer shares her perspectives on the importance of climbing the right career ladder and why she decided that taking a temporary salary hit to pursue more meaningful work was absolutely worth it in the long run.

Locales Unknown
Exploring Chile with Francisca Arancibia Duran

Locales Unknown

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 66:57


In this episode, Francisca starts us off with an overview of Chile's various regions, climates and local cultures. While Patagonia garners a lot of attention for its spectacular scenery, fjords and trekking opportunities, the Atacama desert, central Chile and Easter Island are all covered and prospective itineraries are proposed for travelers with different time frames. We also discuss budgets, food and wine options, accommodations and the best way to travel between sights. Get ready to take a trip to the end of the world to discover a hidden corner of South America. Helpful Links:Explore the Torres del Paine CircuitExplore Viña del MarVisit SantiagoExplore Bahia InglesaFun Fact: Chile is home to the 2nd largest swimming pool in the world, San Alfonso del Mar

Mudda Sick Yall Could Talk
Shadow - Climbing Clouds

Mudda Sick Yall Could Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 11:46


Sounza X is creating content for the world to see and understand we are all one | Patreon --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sounza/message

Looking Sideways Action Sports Podcast
Episode 168: Jon Taylor - MJT

Looking Sideways Action Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 84:40


Full episode and Show Notes - www.wearelookingsideways.com Welcome to an absolute throwback of an interview in the finest Looking Sideways tradition. Yep, if you liked my recent chat with Ben Powell, for example, you're going to enjoy this conversation with BMX legend ‘Mad' Jon Taylor. For a start, it was face-to-face, which was such a laugh and something I've missed more than I've realised. Secondly, there's the fact that this is a riotous look at the life and times of one of the most beloved figures in UK action sports. Jon is a true living legend of the global BMX scene, somebody who has been there, seen it, done it and has the raucously entertaining anecdotes to prove it. British listeners not hugely familiar with the BMX scene may have seen Jon on the BBC's coverage of the BMX events at the 2020 Tokyo Games, where he sat in alongside Ed Leigh and provided brilliant context to the mainstream audience. I'm not gonna go through the CV, as Jon does this during our conversation far more entertainingly than I'm able to hear. But suffice to say this is a glorious trip through Jon's life and times with one of the biggest characters in the game. I know some listeners have been crying out for this type of episode recently - like I say, it's an instant LS classic in the truest sense of the word. Hope you enjoy our conversation! Enjoying the podcast? Want to keep it free and ad-free? Donate here: https://bit.ly/LSBuyPint Thanks to Matt Ward for the theme tune, and to my editor Fina Charleson.

Moon Money
GameStop Is Climbing Because of This...

Moon Money

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 2:27


GameStop Is Climbing Because of This... RISK WARNING: Trading involves HIGH RISK and YOU CAN LOSE a lot of money. Do not risk any money you cannot afford to lose. Trading is not suitable for all investors. We are not registered investment advisors. We do not provide trading or investment advice. We provide research and education through the issuance of statistical information containing no expression of opinion as to the investment merits of a particular security. Information contained herein should not be considered a solicitation to buy or sell any security or engage in a particular investment strategy. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.

DOX Podcast|پادکست داکس
(Free Solo) اپیزود بیست و ششم: صعود انفرادی

DOX Podcast|پادکست داکس

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 66:57


در این اپیزود در مورد فیلم مستندFree Solo  صحبت کردم که در سال 2018 برنده جایزه اسکار برای بهترین فیلم مستند شد. این فیلم یکی از بهترین مستندهای ورزشی تاریخ است و داستان صعود خارق العاده الکس هانولد، صخره نورد معروف امریکایی، به دیواره عظیم ال کپ را روایت میکند. الکس هانولد با روش فری سولو، یعنی به تنهایی و بدون استفاده از هیچگونه تجهیزاتی به دیواره 900 متری ال کپ صعود کرد. Free Solo, Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi and Jimmy Chin, 2017, 100 min, Netflix تمامی قطعات موسیقی که در این اپیزود استفاده شده را نیما جواهری بطور اختصاصی برای این اپیزود ساخته و اجرا کرده. پادکست نیما  اسپانسرها: نگاه شاپ نشر مهرگان خرد

The Nugget Climbing Podcast
EP 96: Joe Kinder — The Love of Projecting, Leaving a Legacy, and the Other Side of Cancellation

The Nugget Climbing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 173:37


Joe Kinder is one of the hardest-working route developers in North America. We talked about his recent ascent of ‘Kinder Cakes' 5.15a in Rifle, CO,  putting up routes in mediocre rock, leaving a legacy through route development, his love of projecting, current training approach, fashion influences, creating LOV, and his experience with cancellation and rebuilding a new life.Check out Chalk Cartel:charkcartel.comUse code "NUGGET" at checkout for 20% off your next order!Support the Podcast:thenuggetclimbing.com/supportWe are supported by these amazing BIG GIVERS:Bryan Fast, Leo FranchiBecome a Patron:patreon.com/thenuggetclimbingShow Notes:  thenuggetclimbing.com/episodes/joe-kinderNuggets:6:50 – Clipping chains, Joe's goals for his trip to Rifle, and the Wicked Cave11:01 – Putting up routes in mediocre rock14:54 – The responsibility and reward of putting up routes, and leaving a legacy18:16 – Establishing vs. FAing a route, and keeping routes open vs. red-tagging22:14 – “It's a case-to-case scenario.”24:55 – Putting up hard vs. moderate routes, giving back, and being surprised by the difficulty of new lines27:33 – The emotional rollercoaster of projecting, how Joe and I met, and his love of climbing33:04 – Climbing as a drug addiction34:57 – My “addicty” behavior, and why Joe finds Jonathan Siegrist fascinating38:31 – The ebbs and flows, breaks, and comebacks43:59 – Embracing the plan B's of life44:56 – Lessons from finger injuries49:18 – The Skull Cave, and how ‘Diarrhea Mouth' got its name52:29 – ‘Kinder Cakes', proposing grades, and picking limit projects in your style58:20 – Breakdown of ‘Kinder Cakes', the send, and those special moments1:03:46 – The days after ‘Kinder Cakes', and needing to work1:06:16 – Sushi celebration1:07:25 – How ‘Kinder Cakes' stacks up against Joe's other hardest routes, and “we do what we can”1:09:05 – Joe's early climbing in New England, and the project-focused approach1:11:18 – Joe's first experience with training, and planning his year around the Rifle project1:13:39 – Getting training ideas from Eric Horst, Patxi Usobiaga, and developing his own program1:16:37 – ‘Activator', watching Cam repeat ‘Bone Tomahawk', and Joe's year leading up to ‘Kinder Cakes'1:23:47 – Purchasing strength, Joe's outdoor vs. indoor balance, and more about the ‘Goonies' project1:28:29 – The ‘Bone Tomahawk' extension project1:31:47 – How Joe trained for ‘Kinder Cakes' (month 1)1:41:31 – Training as a callus, and taking your time to build it up1:41:46 – How Joe trained for ‘Kinder Cakes' (month 2)1:44:55 – Thoughts about in-season strength maintenance1:46:37 – Keeping an open mind, dropping the ego, and lessons from the Spaniards1:50:10 – “Always try shit.”1:50:39 – Who Joe looks up to in climbing1:53:38 – The current era of pro climbing, and how pro climbing has evolved1:57:01 – Stories, podcasting, and creating balance2:00:25 – Joe's movies, LOV as a creative outlet1:04:55 – How LOV (Life of Villains) got its name, and rooting for the villains in movies2:07:25 – More about LOV (the brand), and collaborations with non-profits2:12:07 – Patron Question from Devon: How do you pick athletes for the LOV shirts, and can you make a replica of the Bruce Lee shirt that Josune is wearing in her photo?2:14:57 – Fashion influences, confidence, my bleached hair, and Joe's nicknames for me2:20:42 – Patron Question from Ben: How does Joe's experience climbing on established routes differ from FA's?2:23:02 – Patron Question from Simon: Who has Joe drawn inspiration from outside of the sport of climbing?2:25:05 – Graffiti2:28:03 – Joe's experience with cancelation2:42:09 – My thoughts about Joe and him rebuilding a new life2:47:45 – Thanks and an apology2:48:07 – Gratitude and appreciation2:50:01 – Support mode, then on to the next

Black N' Gold Hockey Podcast
253: The Boston Bruins Are On A Nice Winning Streak Climbing The Atlantic Standings & Other News

Black N' Gold Hockey Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 113:17


The Black N' Gold Hockey Podcast is powered by BetOnline.AG With sports back, you can rely on BetOnline for all your sports and virtual Casio needs. Please support our podcast by signing up for a free account at BetOnline.AG and use code: CLNS50 for a 50% welcome bonus to your bankroll after your first deposit. A MINIMUM deposit of $55.00 is required to qualify for the bonus. Please see BetOnline's general rules for additional terms and conditions regarding bonuses. Below are the show topics that hosts Heather Ingerson and Mark Allred talked about in episode 253! This week Black N' Gold Hockey Podcast hosts Heather Ingerson and Mark Allred are back for more Boston Bruins hockey talk. The Bruins are on a nice winning streak as they climb the Atlantic Division and this early schedule starts to look somewhat normal. Follow us on Twitter at: Mark Allred @BlackAndGold277 Heather Ingerson @ingathebigmouth Podcast Account @BlackNGoldPod Instagram Account @Blackngoldhockey You can financially support our show by donating $1 and have exclusive access to our new Patreon Rewards Program, where we draw a winner during every episode moving forward. Rewards will be official BNG Hockey Podcast gear and items from Fanatics.com Go to patreon.com/blackngoldhockeypodcast for another way to cut the operating costs. Have a question or a comment for the hosts? Please send us an email at blackngoldproductionsllc@gmail.com Thanks for tuning in and all the support! We'll be back next week for another show of Bruins Hockey related material. Take Care and GO, Bruins!!

The John Batchelor Show
S4 Ep1818: The climbing price of energy in California. @DevinNunes CA-22 #FriendsofHistoryDebatingSociety

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 13:07


Photo: Electric power station, Netherlands, last century @Batchelorshow The climbing  price of energy in California. @DevinNunes CA-22 #FriendsofHistoryDebatingSociety https://www.wsj.com/articles/think-gas-prices-are-too-high-in-this-california-county-a-gallon-costs-6-11637506800

FBC Lubbock Podcast
ANTICIPATORY ANXIETY: Climbing Unbuilt Fences

FBC Lubbock Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021


 If the mantra of those restrained by the regrets of the past is “If only,” the theme of those immobilized by the fear of the future is “What if?”

Beyond The Horizon
Joe Simpson And The Lesson Of Never Giving Up

Beyond The Horizon

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 31:06


On tonight's episode we discuss the amazing survival story of Joe Simpson, a mountaineer who was left for dead in the mountains of Peru but against all odds he literally crawled his way back to life. Join me as I dive in!(Commercial at 20:57)To contact me:bobbycapucci@protonmail.comSource:https://www.redbull.com/int-en/theredbulletin/joe-simpson-touching-the-void-interview

The Apartment Rebels Podcast
38. LIVE at Optech: Amy Weissberger SVP Morgan Properties on the unique challenges women face climbing the multifamily corporate ladder and how Morgan's focus on professional development impacts this and resident experience

The Apartment Rebels Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 32:06


Amy Weissberger has had a long career in property management and has moved her way up to the ranks at Morgan Properties. In her chat with Jude, she goes into detail about how Morgan Properties

The 46 of 46 Podcast
101.) From 1-to-46: A Complete Guide to Climbing the 46 High Peaks eBook

The 46 of 46 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 11:51


I am thrilled to announce on this episode what I have been working on over the past couple of months. I have taken a lot of the information given throughout the 100 episodes of the 46 of 46 Podcast and written an eBook called "From 1-to-46: A Complete Guide to Climbing the 46 High Peaks" and it's available for purchase today at www.46of46.com. Click on the eBook tab. This book will help guide hikers on their journey from one to 46. Pick up a copy today or recomend it to a friend who is going through their 46'er journey.Pick up my new 140+ page High Peaks eBook, "From 1-to-46: A Complete Guide to Climbing the 46 High Peaks". Available now at www.46of46.com. Click on the eBook tab and download to your phone or tablet. Kindle users can download via the Kindle App Store.If you want to support the show and you enjoy what I do with this podcast head over to www.46of46.com or visit www.46of46store.com to pick up a t-shirt, hoodie, hat, sticker, and more. I appreciate all the support.Want to book a time with me to help you plan out your next hike or your entire 46'er journey? Maybe your entire Northville-Placid Trail thruhike? I can help you plan it out start to finish and give you all the tips and tricks you'll want to know to have a successful day in the woods. Check out 46of46.com to find out more information.As always use the promo code "46podcast" to save 15% off your order at www.PureAdirondacks.comPick up some Campfire Blend steeped coffee packs for your next camping trip at www.RecessCoffee.com and save 10% with the promo code "recess46"If you're in the market for a new tent check out www.CruaOutdoors.com

Alpinist
The Self Motivator: Chantel Astorga

Alpinist

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 43:35


In June 2020, Chantel Astorga soloed Denali's Cassin Ridge in less than 15 hours, setting a women's record and making the first known ski descent of the Seattle Ramp during the approach. She recalls one particular moment after skiing through a dangerous icefall and spotting an eagle: “I've never seen a large bird in the Alaska Range up that high, and it was thermaling above me, and I had this wonderful sense of peace and calmness… I'd gotten through this thing I was most terrified of, and I did it in as good a style as I could, and as safely as one can do something like that alone.” Today, Astorga makes a living as an avalanche forecaster in Idaho. She received an honorable mention by the Piolets d'Or awards in 2018 for a new route that she completed on Nilkanth (6596m) in India's Garhwal Range with Anne Gilbert Chase and Jason Thompson. In this episode, she talks with Derek Franz about her early days as a climber when she was rope soloing ice climbs and skiing Denali in oversized, second-hand gear, and the path that led to her recent success on the Cassin Ridge. [Photo] Chantel Astorga This episode is brought to you by Rab Equipment. Audio Production by Nick Mott.

Wisdom of the Sages
583: Climbing the Ladder to Samadhi

Wisdom of the Sages

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 58:56


we all need a road map / focusing on the present moment though concentration on the breath / still your body to focus and energize the mind / Kaustubha's meditation classes / breaking away from the turbo scenarios in the mind / carve out a little time & commit to a sadhana / climbing the ladder to samadhi / inhale, hold, exhale / we're Cycle of Sin from Dayton , Ohio! SB 3.28.5-11

SharkPreneur
731: Climbing Mt. Everst with Mark Pattison

SharkPreneur

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 21:35


Climbing Mt. Everst Mark Pattison, MarkPattisonNFL.com   – The Sharkpreneur podcast with Seth Greene Episode 731 Mark Pattison In every facet of his life, Mark Pattison scales personal and professional summits. Mark Pattison is a former NFL Player, philanthropist, podcaster and successful entrepreneur and currently an executive at Sports Illustrated and now has climbed all Seven Summits having completed this feat by scaling the death-defying Mt. Everest in the Spring of 2021.   Listen to this illuminating Sharkpreneur episode with Mark Pattison about climbing Mt. Everest. Here are some of the beneficial topics covered on this week's show: - How it's important to set goals and sticking with your commitments in life. - Why preparing yourself in advance can help you overcome intense obstacles. - How high elevations really do make it much more difficult to breathe. - How you have to really push yourself with each step you take when climbing Everest. - How making a podcast can help you meet you might not otherwise meet.   Connect with Mark: Guest Contact Info Twitter @MarkPattisonNFL Instagram @markpattisonnfl Facebook facebook.com/NFL2SevenSummits LinkedIn linkedin.com/in/markpattison Links Mentioned: markpattisonnfl.com   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Training For Trekking Podcast
TFT233: Climbing The Ladder (An Elevation Workout To Try)

The Training For Trekking Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 9:36


In this episode I share a fantastic workout a hiker can use to help develop muscular endurance in the legs (which can be great to use in the final stages of preparation before a big elevation hike). = Want to learn more about training for your hiking adventures?   Join the Training For Hiking And Trekking Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/trainingforhikingandtrekking/

Alpinist
Balancing Risk and Reward: Mike Gardner

Alpinist

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 54:17


Mike Gardner was 16 years old when his father, a respected climbing guide, died while free soloing on the Grand Teton in 2008. Mike has suffered the loss of other loved ones since then, yet he continues to climb and guide in the Greater Ranges as well as the Tetons where he grew up. In that time, he and his partners have completed some impressive fast-and-light ascents using a strategy of “ski-alpinism.” In this episode, Derek Franz interviews him about a remarkable spring 2021 season in Alaska, his formative life experiences, and how those inform the risks that he continues to face as a professional climber. “I don't have a really clear, well-thought-out answer…why I go to the mountains when there's so much hurt and tragedy there for me,” he says, “yet there's so much joy, and the answer lies somewhere in the middle of these paradoxes….” [Photo] Evan Miller This episode is brought to you by Rab Equipment. Audio Production by Nick Mott.

In Off The Bench
Keegan James and Dallas Woolfolk “Climbing the Same Mountain, From Different Sides”

In Off The Bench

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 131:27


We are joined by returning guests who have been climbing through the minor league ranks. We discuss with both of them about their journey, having Tommy John surgery, watching Austin and Kam win titles, some inside scoop stories and of course this or that. Then Jim and DB talk all major sports headlines. “We do not own the rights to this music”

The Doug Gottlieb Show
All Ball - Pt. 1: Colorado St. HC Niko Medved on Climbing the Ladder, Program Building, HC Break

The Doug Gottlieb Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 47:27


Doug is joined by Colorado State Head Coach Niko Medved to discuss his rise from student manager for Clem Haskins at Minnesota, to assistant at Furman and Colorado St., to eventually taking over the Furman program, and his philosophy on program building and changing culture. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe to get the latest All Ball Podcasts! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

All Ball with Doug Gottlieb
Pt. 1: Colorado St. HC Niko Medved on Climbing the Ladder, Program Building, HC Break

All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 47:27


Doug is joined by Colorado State Head Coach Niko Medved to discuss his rise from student manager for Clem Haskins at Minnesota, to an assistant at Furman and Colorado St., to eventually taking over the Furman program, and his philosophy on program building and changing culture. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe to get the latest All Ball Podcasts! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Lady Beta
Balancing Act - On Being a Sponsored Athlete, Route Developer + Climbing Hard w/ Maiza Lima

Lady Beta

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 60:01


In today's episode Chelsea shares her conversation with Maiza Lima, a PNW-based Brazilian rock climber. They dive into Maiza's early life moving from Brazil to the US, and the culture shock and other challenges that she experienced. Maiza shares her journey into climbing, how she overcame her fears of heights and falling and threw herself into a sport that would become a top priority in her life. She talks about how her adventurous spirit has led her further into taking on challenges like route developing, building a cabin with her husband in just thirty days, and asking the Universe for what she truly wants and desires. Chelsea and Maiza dive into:*How to balance our desire for more with the process of rest and recovery*The courage it takes to dream big and stop playing small*How Maiza got into climbing and where it has taken her*How Maiza got into route development*The importance of women athletes honoring their unique cycles...and so much more!CONNECT WITH CHELSEA:IG: @ladybeta.coaching ( https://www.instagram.com/ladybeta.coaching/ ) Website: ladybetacoaching.com ( https://www.ladybetacoaching.com/ ) CONNECT WITH MAIZA:IG: @maizalimarock  (https://www.instagram.com/maizalimarock/?hl=en )DISCOUNTS & OFFERINGS:- What's In a Name? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v93toi3-LsA- Sam Vander Wielen 5 Steps To Legally Grow & Protect Your Business ( https://www.samvanderwielen.com/legal-workshop/ )- Sam Vander Wielen The Ultimate Bundle ( https://www.samvanderwielen.com/the-ultimate-bundle/ )- Get 10% off Four Sigmatic products with the code LADYBETA- Beverages GALORE over at Organifi - use code “ladybeta” for 15% off any order!- Use code "LADYBETA" at checkout for 15% off at physivantage.com- Start + grow your online business to six-figures with a free 1-hour business ignitor masterclass HERE- Learn everything you need to know about brain rewiring and how you can start rewiring your own brain HERE

Rabbi Daniel Kalish Shas Illuminated
Climbing the mountain- Hillel Storch siyum by Rabbi Daniel Kalish

Rabbi Daniel Kalish Shas Illuminated

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021


Climbing the mountain- Hillel Storch siyum in Miscellaneous by Rabbi Daniel Kalish

Alpinist
From Pebbles to the Himalaya: Pete Takeda

Alpinist

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 34:19


Pete Takeda is a world-renowned alpinist who started climbing on boulders as a kid in Idaho. He has pursued every climbing discipline over the last several decades, from hard free climbing to big wall aid, as well as ice and mixed climbing. His first ascents range from ephemeral mud towers to some of the most impressive peaks in the world. In this episode, Derek Franz interviews one of his childhood heroes on a wide variety of subjects, from climbing and writing, to life philosophy. [Photo] Jeff Rueppel This episode is brought to you by Rab Equipment. Audio Production by Nick Mott.

Looking Sideways Action Sports Podcast
Episode 167: Dani Kiwi Meier - Life Is What Happens

Looking Sideways Action Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 90:20


Full episode and Show Notes - www.wearelookingsideways.com Is experience a prerequisite for knowledge? How can you use the lessons of life to strive for equanimity? Is it possible to avoid taking life personally? Should we let our curiosity guide our decision-making? How can we put story-telling at the centre of what we do? Is life about taking or giving back? These are the questions we all grapple with at some point during our lives, however unwittingly. And, as I realised at the end of our conversation, they are the questions that formed the key themes of my fascinating and thought-provoking conversation with snowboarding legend Dani ‘Kiwi' Meier. Let's get the snowboarding part out of the way first. As you might have guessed from that nickname, Dani is from New Zealand, but it was as part of the nascent late 80s/early 90s European snowboarding scene that he made his name. On the snow, his surf-influenced, rootsy take on snowboarding saw him carve out a gloriously idiosyncratic career, riding for brands like Rad Air and Northwave, and helping to create the European pro scene as we still recognise it today. Off the snow, his work ethic, ability to see the bigger picture, and incessant curiosity marked him out as a genuine innovator. Take The Crystal Awards, snowboarding's original culture-driven contest comp that soon became one of the most copied formats ever. Or his work with his agency Mana Media, which saw him work with the biggest brands on the planet and succeed in taking his culturally sympathetic story-telling approach to the biggest canvasses of all. Now, in mid-life, Dani is taking stock of his life and career, and I'm so fortunate he was gracious enough to share his insights for this episode. It's the type of conversation that caused me to view my own life differently. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. Enjoying the podcast? Want to keep it free and ad-free? Donate here: https://bit.ly/LSBuyPint Thanks to Matt Ward for the theme tune, and to my editor Fina Charleson.

The Nugget Climbing Podcast
EP 95: Tyler Algeo — Starting a Climbing Gym in Africa, Climb Malawi, and Raising Black Sons as a White Dad

The Nugget Climbing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 131:23


Tyler Algeo is a Canadian who moved to Africa and started a climbing gym, with the goal of creating a socio-economically inclusive climbing community in Malawi. We talked about learning to climb in Ireland, living in Africa, founding Climb Malawi, adopting and raising his two black sons, Tyler's work with The Climbing Initiative, and creating a better world through climbing.Donate To:safeclimbing.orgclimbmalawi.comclimbinginitiative.orgSupport the Podcast:thenuggetclimbing.com/supportWe are supported by these amazing BIG GIVERS:Bryan Fast, Leo FranchiBecome a Patron:patreon.com/thenuggetclimbingShow Notes:  thenuggetclimbing.com/episodes/tyler-algeoNuggets:5:05 – Living in Cincinnati and growing up in Calgary6:14 – Learning to climb in Ireland9:50 – Working in Ireland10:13 – How Tyler and his wife ended up in Malawi14:24 – Having to return to the States due to Covid, and salary differences between foreign workers and locals in Malawi17:25 – Description of Malawi, the topography, and rock climbing 21:39 – The population of Malawi, and why so many people move there from neighboring African countries24:23 – Day-to-day life in Malawi 27:05 – Having a housekeeper, and the risks of creating an upside-down economy 30:05 – Good intentions gone awry32:58 – Tyler's climbing leading up to Malawi, and building a wall in his backyard 37:21 – The socioeconomic divide in Malawi, and how Climb Malawi was born42:26 – Other artificial climbing in Malawi44:50 – Outgrowing the backyard climbing wall45:35 – Local climbing in Malawi47:24 – The Climb Malawi climbing wall and location description52:44 – Ernest54:29 – Outdoor trips and introducing Malawians to rock climbing55:31 – Memphis Rox as an inspiration, and the Climb Malawi business model1:00:03 – The impact of covid on Climb Malawi, and Malawi itself1:03:17 – Tyler's continued involvement with Climb Malawi1:05:38 – How living in Malawi has shaped Tyler's perspective of what the global climbing community looks like1:09:05 – Ugly entitlement, the game of climbing, and introducing people to climbing with humility1:14:11 – The Chichewa language, and some route names and phrases1:18:47 – Bodie and Moses (Tyler's adopted boys)1:22:42 – Tyler's thoughts on moving to Denver with two black sons, and how to provide them with mentorship1:31:33 – “Try to use your privilege with honor.”1:33:16 – The Climbing Initiative1:49:48 – How listeners can support Climb Malawi and TCI 1:51:45 – Tyler's current climbing, and working on his mental performance and making sport climbing more life-giving1:58:43 – Who's doing the more impressive thing, climbing at your emotional limit, grades, and having a relationship with each route2:03:01 – A better world through climbing2:07:35 – Gratitude for family and his wife

Lattice Training Podcast
2nd Ascent of Mutation - Interview with Will Bosi

Lattice Training Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 32:55


The world's first 9b? Maybe.... maybe not! Or is it just a really hard 9a+?! Will Bosi recently made the long-awaited 2nd ascent of Steve McClure's "Mutation" at Raventor which was first put up in 1998 - yes that's before Will was even born! On the back of an incredible run of form from Will - multiple 9a to 9b+ sport routes, and countless V12-V15 boulder sends this year, he's been on the form of his life. Yet despite this, Mutation took some serious effort to complete and pushed Will to really get everything just right. Tom Randall sat down with Will to chat through the whole story behind his ascent of Mutation. When he first started trying it, what the process involved and what he really thought about the grade. They dive into the nuances of vertical-style limestone crimping, how some things are just "hard to do" and what lies ahead for Will's next season. Don't forget to check out Will's YouTube channel 'William Bosi' for some awesome send footage from his brilliant season so far and more.... www.youtube.com/WilliamBosiSpecial thanks to Birds of Birds, Will Bosi, Adidas and Five Ten and photo credits to Band of Birds. 

Felger & Massarotti
Nerds Taking Over MLB // Patriots Climbing the AFC Ranks // The Final Word – 11/12/2021 (Hour 4)

Felger & Massarotti

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 37:00


  (0:00) The Final Hour starts with Felger, Mazz and Murray talking about rumors that MLB wants to pay players based on analytics. (12:30) With the Ravens losing last night the AFC is even more wide open for the Patriots, the path talk has started again and Felger, Mazz and Murray think the Patriots could even win the AFC East. (25:10) Celtics have a big test against the Bucks and Giannis tonight and the final segment of calls on all the topics from the day. (35:30) The Final Word with Big Jim Murray.

The TrainingBeta Podcast: Climbing Training Podcast
TBP 185 :: Running for Climbing Fitness: Does It Work? And How to Avoid Common Mistakes

The TrainingBeta Podcast: Climbing Training Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 66:49


Running for Climbing Fitness: Does It Work? And How to Avoid Common Mistakes In the episode, Coach Matt Pincus and I talk about running for climbing fitness. In our practices as a coach (Matt) and a nutritionist (me), we see a lot of people who run in the name of climbing training. But there are some common mistakes we see people making in their training schedules, their nutrition practices, and their reasoning behind their actions. We talk about some better choices people can be making with their running, whether it's scientifically been shown to help with climbing fitness at all, and how to proceed with your running and climbing regimens. Enjoy!   Episode Details How common running is among our clients #1 Question to ask yourself about running if you're a runner Running for weight loss from a nutritionist's perspective How Matt creates training programs for people who want to run Pushback that runners give Matt and his responses to that Transitioning from one sport to another, whether it's running, skiing, biking, etc What needs to happen nutritionally to train running and climbing at the same time 3 biggest mistakes people make nutritionally with fueling for exercise How to recover really well   Show Links Bouldering Program (Levels 1-3) to help you work your way up the grades Work with Matt as your coach Work with Neely as your nutritionist Have topics you want us to cover? Email matt@trainingbeta.com or neely@trainingbeta.com     Please Review The Podcast on iTunes Please give the podcast an honest review on iTunes here to help the show reach more curious climbers around the world.

The Curious Climber Podcast: Chatting with Hazel and Mina

This episode is an eye opening chat with Andy Cave. Andy is a rock climber and a mountaineer who has a lifetime of stories to tell about his adventures. Climbing aside, he grew up in a mining community in the north of England and his first job was down the pits. Andy has a special way of being able to describe and paint a picture of his experiences with words - he has authored two books about his life so far - and he does just this in our conversation. From the coal mines to the Himalayan mountains we are taken on a fascinating tour of Andy's unique life story. You can follow Andy at: @andycavemountaineer www.andycave.co.uk

Climate One
Climbing, Conservation and Capitalism

Climate One

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 55:34


Rick Ridgeway estimates he's spent about five years of his life sleeping in tents, often in the world's most remote places alongside fellow outdoor adventure luminaries. Ridgeway worked for Patagonia for 15 years and was behind the company's infamous “Don't Buy This Jacket” ad campaign, which paradoxically advocated sustainability and increased sales.  Outdoor companies like Patagonia may push for sustainability, but they largely still present a mostly white, wealthy experience with nature, which can be off-putting for people of color. “You know if you can't see yourself in those spaces then it's hard to feel invited or welcome in that movement,” says writer and social justice facilitator Amanda Machado.   What is the role of corporations in conservation? And how can the outdoor industry help make nature more safe, accessible and welcoming for all? For transcripts and other information, visit: https://www.climateone.org/watch-and-listen/podcasts  Guests: Rick Ridgeway, former Vice President of Public Engagement, Patagonia Amanda Machado, writer and social justice facilitator Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Commonwealth Club of California Podcast
CLIMATE ONE: Climbing, Conservation and Capitalism

Commonwealth Club of California Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 55:34


Rick Ridgeway estimates he's spent about five years of his life sleeping in tents, often in the world's most remote places alongside fellow outdoor adventure luminaries. Ridgeway worked for Patagonia for 15 years and was behind the company's infamous “Don't Buy This Jacket” ad campaign, which paradoxically advocated sustainability and increased sales.  Outdoor companies like Patagonia may push for sustainability, but they largely still present a mostly white, wealthy experience with nature, which can be off-putting for people of color. “You know if you can't see yourself in those spaces then it's hard to feel invited or welcome in that movement,” says writer and social justice facilitator Amanda Machado.   What is the role of corporations in conservation? And how can the outdoor industry help make nature more safe, accessible and welcoming for all? For transcripts and other information, visit: https://www.climateone.org/watch-and-listen/podcasts  Guests: Rick Ridgeway, former Vice President of Public Engagement, Patagonia Amanda Machado, writer and social justice facilitator Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Self Love Tarot
45. Transcending My Fears in Climbing, New Tarot Reading Tip, + Prioritizing Joy Over the To-do List

Self Love Tarot

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 56:41


This week we are doing a medley of fun topics that are dear to me! Enjoy! Coaching: www.selflovetarot.com/coaching INSTAGRAM: @selflovetarot EMAIL: selflovetarotpodcast@gmail.com PATREON: www.patreon.com/selflovetarot SITE: www.selflovetarot.com/ __________________________________ Music: "Everything So Far" by Alternate Endings "Strawberry Sky" by BENSON

The RunOut Podcast
RunOut #71: Climbing Big

The RunOut Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 61:50


Birthday challenge accepted: Chris Kalous manages to commemorate his big 50th birthday with a big day of climbing: 50 pitches at Indian Creek. After the soreness and cramps relent, we catch up and decompress about a day that was personally meaningful and resonated widely. Next, we catch up with Drew Hulsey, a climber and social work from Tennessee who is using his Instagram account to do big things and show the climbing world that this is a sport for everyone. We learn the amazing story of how Drew got into the sport, and how he balances his ambitions in a sport that can sometimes seem quite competitive. For our final bit, more buddy spray! If you want to shout out your buddy, you can become a RopeGun by joining us on Patreon. Show Notes Drew Hulsey on Instagram “Why We Go: Drew” Birthday challenge Bonus Episode of The RunOut Become a RunOut Rope Gun! Support our podcast and increase your RunOut runtime. Bonus episodes, AMA, and more will be available to our Rope Guns. Thank you for your support! http://patreon.com/runoutpodcastContact us Send ideas, voicemail, feedback and more. andrew@runoutpodcast.com // chris@runoutpodcast.com

Jam Crack - The Niall Grimes Climbing Podcast
JCPC 105 Sarah-Jane Dobner

Jam Crack - The Niall Grimes Climbing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 101:10


Many laughs. Trad climbing lifer Sarah Jane Dobner talks about her self-published, award-winning book, A Feeling for Rock, and gives us a few readings.

The Nugget Climbing Podcast
Follow-Up: Steve Bechtel — When to Stick With It, and Climbing His First 5.14 at Age 47 (Teaser)

The Nugget Climbing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 21:51


This full episode is available for Patrons right now! This is a teaser of my second Follow-Up with Steve Bechtel. We talked about when to stick with a training program vs. when to pivot, lessons from studying the NBA, how much LeBron James deadlifts, Steve's climbing background, and how he climbed his first 5.14 at age 47, and his advice for me to improve power endurance.Become a Patron to get access to the full episode! And support the podcast! *The full version is 1:38:35.patreon.com/thenuggetclimbingVirtual Performance Climbing Coach Summit:the-climb-strong-pcc-classroom.teachable.com/p/virtual-pcc-summit2021-2022Steve's other episodes:EP 35: Steve BechtelFollow-Up: Steve Bechtel (our first one from January 2021)

Sends And Suffers
Ep 29 - Jeff Jackson - Texas's gift to climbing

Sends And Suffers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 60:24


One of the most prolific route developers in American history and the best gift Texas has ever given to rock climbing I introduced to you Mr. Jeff Jackson. This conversation means a lot to me because this is someone I have looked up to you for a very long time. Jeff's hands have single-handedly touched every facet of the climbing industry you can possibly imagine. He now resides in Hawaii as a professor at a university there and you can't keep a drill out of a man's hands for too long he is developing climbs in Hawaii but that will be another episode but for now let me introduce you to the man, the myth, and the legend of Texas Climbing. https://www.facebook.com/jefejackson --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sendsandsuffers/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sendsandsuffers/support

The B2B Revenue Executive Experience
High-Performing Teams Are Built on Human Connection w/ Tony Martignetti

The B2B Revenue Executive Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 18:52


Your organization has successfully made the transition to remote work. The pandemic proved you don't need the expensive office lease to get the job done. But something is missing. There's no more awkward attempts to side-step around each other in the hall. You can no longer visit the jar on Sheryl's desk in HR and sneak enough candy to make Wilford Brimley tear up. There's no more spontaneous conversation. No more office culture. How do you build human connection in a digital world? Today, I'm speaking with Tony Martignetti, Chief Inspiration Officer at Inspired Purpose Coaching and Author of Climbing the Right Mountain, about how to foster real human connection remotely and how to nurture high-performance teams. We discuss: How to foster connection in a digital world How to create a coaching culture How to find your inspired purpose Now that you know how to foster human connection to build high-performance teams, are you ready to learn how to overcome buyer resistance, or how Google's new rules impact your SEO strategy? Check out the full list of episodes: The B2B Revenue Executive Experience.

The Nugget Climbing Podcast
EP 94: Nathaniel Coleman — Preparing for the Tokyo Olympics, Climbing in a Sauna, and Kendama Training

The Nugget Climbing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 108:12


Nathaniel Coleman is the men's silver medalist of the Tokyo Olympics. We talked about his preparation for the games, training in a climbing sauna, the Olympic experience and winning silver, favorite root beer, Kendama as focus training, chess, why Nathaniel still practices the basics of climbing, doing the FA of ‘The Grand Illusion' V16, and sport climbing plans.Support the Podcast:thenuggetclimbing.com/supportWe are supported by these amazing BIG GIVERS:Bryan FastBecome a Patron:patreon.com/thenuggetclimbingShow Notes:  thenuggetclimbing.com/episodes/nathaniel-colemanNuggets:4:30 – Garbage trucks, and a Tuesday morning in the life of Nathaniel Coleman6:04 – What the two months following the Olympics have looked like for Nathaniel8:20 – Finding out that climbing would be in the Olympics and having qualifying as a goal10:44 – How Nathaniel's goals evolved throughout the process11:45 – Nathaniel's mantra for combined nationals 2019, and the journey to qualifying15:25 – How Nathaniel used his mantra, and self-belief vs. letting go of expectations17:25 – Confidence, upbringing, and competing for himself20:27 – The dice roll of competition22:10 – Climbing with Kyle O'Meara, Nathaniel's relaxed approach to training as a teenager, comparing himself to Sean Bailey, and thriving on a plan with “adequate rest”25:50 – Balancing listening to motivation and pushing through it26:46 – Typical training volumes for World Cup climbers30:39 – How Nathaniel's training to qualify for the Olympics vs. how he trained for Tokyo34:25 – Balancing World Cups with prep for Tokyo36:01 – Building a climbing “sauna” at the USA training center36:15 – Getting used to climbing in the heat and humidity40:41 – How Tokyo compared to the training sauna43:19 – What it was like to get on the plane and fly to Tokyo46:28 – The qualifying round in Tokyo, and realizing he made finals52:16 – Recalibrating goals after making finals53:48 – Finals1:03:18 – Watching Jacob top the lead route1:05:55 – Patron Question from Tyler: When it was all said and done, what did you think about the Olympic format?1:08:19 – More context about the Olympic format, and  Nathaniel's thoughts on continuing to speed climb after Tokyo1:10:35 – Great Aunt Armida1:13:04 – Nathaniel's Instagram posts after winning silver in Tokyo1:14:54 – What Nathaniel's accomplishment meant for US climbing 1:17:59 – The first and second perspective-changing events in Nathaniel's climbing career1:19:55 – Thoughts about hard outdoor rock climbing vs. competitions moving forward1:21:54 – How Nathaniel balances training for outdoor routes vs. competitions, and preparing for a trip to the Red1:24:25 – Context about ‘The Grand Illusion'1:25:02 – Patron Question from Nick: Do you have any plans to come back to work on the ‘Lee Majors' extension?1:27:34 –  Patron Question from Timothy: Does Nathaniel ever see himself getting into highball bouldering or trad/big wall climbing?1:28:54 – Thoughts on retiring from competitions (when and why)1:30:40 – Rootbeer1:32:58 – Kendama1:35:55 – How Nathaniel still practicing the basics in climbing1:38:56 – Bonz Atron (the Chris Sharma of Kendama)1:40:18 – Chess1:41:28 – What Nathaniel does to relax and recharge1:42:52 – Special thanks to Josh, Zach, and Meg1:44:44 – Excited for the Red1:45:58 – Gratitude

Kevin & Fred's Next Level Podcast: Quick Tips for Realtors and Interviews from the best in the real estate business
Chelsea Wright on Cutting Ties With Your Minimum, Fighting For Your Maximum & Climbing the Right Mountain to Your Purpose

Kevin & Fred's Next Level Podcast: Quick Tips for Realtors and Interviews from the best in the real estate business

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 31:47


In today's episode, I'm joined by my good friend, Oregon Realtor and entrepreneur, Chelsea Wright. Her real estate career and experience runs the gamut of different roles inside a real estate organization, and with every iteration, she continues to level up, and climb to the authentic success she was purposed for. Today, she runs multiple businesses and helps female entrepreneurs fight for their maximum. Very few people ever take a step back and examine themselves and their lives, but for Chelsea that process is very necessary to creating an impressive life.    Chelsea Wright is an entrepreneur, Realtor, business coach and CEO of Prosper Real Estate Group and RenegadeTC. Through her woman-led and woman-focused coaching, she helps women design and scale businesses using aligned strategies, habit stacking, & self awareness. Are you settling for your minimum or fighting for your maximum? The path to the most authentic, joyful and purposeful version of ourselves isn't a straight line, and sometimes that means discovering that we've climbed the wrong mountain, and starting all over again. Very few people ever take a step back and examine themselves and their lives, and end up capping what they can be, instead of pivoting, working and using self-development tools to level up.    Guest Info   Chelsea Wright is an entrepreneur, Realtor, business coach and CEO of Prosper Real Estate Group and RenegadeTC. Through her woman-led and woman-focused coaching, she helps women design and scale businesses using aligned strategies, habit stacking, & self awareness.   To get into Chelsea's world, find out about her coaching or talk real estate, follow her on Instagram. 

Hanselminutes - Fresh Talk and Tech for Developers
Climbing high while staying grounded with Annyce Davis

Hanselminutes - Fresh Talk and Tech for Developers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 32:52


Scott talks with Annyce Davis, Senior Engineering Director at Meetup, about how to advance in your engineering career while maintaining a hold on the technology, community, and processes that you got there. We'll learn why she feel like sharing what you know is one of the best ways to stay connected to the community!https://adavis.info/Course: Programming Foundations and Fundamentals