Bernie Harberts talks about his cross country treks on his mules, along with how he handled their hoofcare and hoof booting. Look out for his memoir "Two Mules to Triumph" about his adventures!For more info, see: riverearth.comThank you to our amazing sponsors:Equithrive offers supplements for everything from metabolic health to joint support – get 20% off your first order at equithrive.com with code HUMBLEHOOFCavallo Hoof Boots is offering 20% off a pair of Trek hoof boots at cavallo-inc.com with code HRNAnd special shout out to Grid as New, Mud Control Grids – they are a game changer for any mud issues, big or small! – mudcontrolgrids.com
This weeks Big Drive Energy begins with an off the rails Pins and Aces read, followed by Mitchell apologizing to Spencer about his PGA Status. The he details his riveting cross country road trip to New Jersey, and some of the courses he's going to visit out there. The guys then discuss fan favorite Sahith Theegala's first PGA TOUR Victory at the Fortinet Championship and Justin Thomas' top 5 finish. Spencer ordered new clubs and he's stoked about them. They finish up with annoying social media trends around the golf world. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Indie rock band Wildermiss may have made the move from Denver to Nashville recently, but the band hasn't lost that love for their hometown while being embraced by a new music scene. While on the road, Wildermiss has tried out new music and has received flows of positive support. Known for their joyous live shows and their catchy tunes, Wildermiss dominates their Live Session ahead of a headlining show at Infinity Park on September 23. Watch as their exclusive interview and hear brand new singles off their upcoming album Levitate (October 23).
This week our guest is Ava Pankratz, a junior from the Women's Cross Country team. In this colorful interview we talk about her green thumb, whiteboards, black forest gateau and painting. We also talk about the friendly competition in college running, some training tips for runners, and much more!
Our WSJM Sports Player of the Week is Gail Vaikutis of St. Joseph High School Cross Country. Gail is a senior at St. Joseph and has a 4.08 GPASee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Friday's show included details on how the women's soccer squad began conference play with a 2-1 victory at Temple, a preview of volleyball heading to UNF looking to finish its pre-AAC slate strong, along with men's soccer at Elon and women's golf in Wisconsin. And the show ends with how cross country fared in its second meet of the year, early Friday morning.
Today on the pod Lisa and discuss the lessons learned from my move across country. Although the idea for this pod began as a (rageful) PSA on moving companies and the ugly scammy business they are, it quickly evolved into a conversation about why we ignore red flags, allow others to shame us, and lose the power to use our voices. Let's take a moment today to reflect on how our old programming may be standing in the way of our authenticity, and take the steps to mindfully change that. Love to you all! xo N & L Producer: Lisa Eisenpresser PURCHASE MIGRAINE DEEP DIVE RECORDING! Sign up for my Membership Community on my Website (3 hour ZOOM with me once a month and separate monthly Q&A Hang with me alongside private online community where I answer your personal questions): https://www.thecureforchronicpain.com/ Get 50% off the Curable App: www.getcurable.com/nicole Leave us a message on SpeakPipe! www.speakpipe.com/NicoleSachs New podcast music by the beautiful and talented Danielle Furst. Find her here: Insta - @musicfurst and all her amazing music credits here - https://www.imdb.com/name/nm3895994/ Past virtual retreats recordings available for sale now on my website: https://www.thecureforchronicpain.com/buy-retreat-recordings FREEDOM FROM CHRONIC PAIN course: https://www.thecureforchronicpain.com/course FREEDOM FROM AN ANXIOUS LIFE course: Click here for all the details and to purchase! PLEASE RATE AND REVIEW THE PODCAST HERE TO HELP OTHERS FIND IT! If you are interested in supporting the many free resources I offer to get this message to the global community, please consider donating to my cause on my website, www.thecureforchronicpain.com. Look for the DONATE button on the home page. Thank you so much! ALL MY RESOURCES: Instagram: Follow me on insta @nicolesachslcsw for tons of new content Website: The Cure for Chronic Pain YouTube: The Cure for Chronic Pain with Nicole Sachs, LCSW Book: The Meaning of Truth Online Course: FREEDOM FROM CHRONIC PAIN FB Closed Group:JournalSpeak with Nicole Sachs, LCSW OMEGA General info: OMEGA INSTITUTE Subscribe Apple Podcasts Deezer iHeart RadioPublic RSS Spotify
Campbell Head Coach Virgil Givens gives us a preview of his Cross Country team. Plus, we recap a sensational outdoor track season as the Campbell Women finished 30th in the nation while boasting two All-Americans. Later in the show, Chris Hemeyer and Evan Budrovich discuss a big football win and preview a huge road contest at Monmouth while getting you set for the entire weekend of Campbell sports.
Cross Country, on grassy fields, golf courses, wooded paths, around ponds, in the mud, in the rain, in the snow... Moving fast and past autumn leaves, wind blows through my hair around each bend as my shoes grip the curved earth. We raise our spirits as we empty our lungs. I stretch to keep the pace with finish line in sight. As soon as I cross, I cannot wait to run again. And I know I am right where I'm meant to be. By Mark Lane-Holbert Inspired by Rock Creek Runner Today's interview is with KJ Karver, a successful high school runner who is starting his collegiate running career at Emory. We had the pleasure of meeting him on Running Anthropologist just before he entered high school, in an interview with his training partner and dad, Marc Karver. Since then, he has won multiple awards and was among the best cross country athletes in the state of Florida, and now seeking to be the best in his NCAA division. He has had several private coaches but still trained and run with his dad often until leaving for university, and this relationship has instilled a sense of dedication, sometimes friendly competition and always a safe place for conversation. In this interview with Kirin solo, we spend a great deal of time discussing what went right in his high school career, what he learned the hard way, and what he would recommend doing differently. He gives some simple tips that represent a treasure trove of knowledge in training for any age, but especially for the unbounded energy of high school runners. We also touch on some youth specific topics, including the basics of college recruiting and how to think about the process ahead of time. Hope you enjoy this peek into what makes a successful runner transitioning to college, both in attitude and practical skills. We are very grateful and wish KJ luck in all his endeavours! Please visit our blogsite or leave us a message on FB/Instagram, at www.RunningAnthropologist.com Here are a few resources to read more about cross country in general, from Runners World and Marathon Handbook: https://www.runnersworld.com/training/a20825636/cross-country-specific-training-tips/ https://marathonhandbook.com/how-to-train-for-cross-country/ Another great resource for workouts and coaches is LetsRun.com Until next time, Happy Running!
Cali O'Connor wanted to experience her cross-country road trip in a unique way. She knew she had to start in Boston and end up in Napa, but the rest was up to her imagination. She saw a killer deal on the Amtrak website and chose to road trip across the United States on a train. With a few stops in cities most tourists overlook, Cali details what she enjoyed about this form of slow travel and how she kept busy while spending the better part of 7 days inside of a train.
This week we preview the Bates football season with head coach Matt Coyne! Plus, meet new Director of Men's Golf Shawn Warren, and we chat with our Bobcats of the Week, one of whom is Maria Femia, from the undefeated and now No. 15 nationally ranked Bates field hockey team. All that and more... Interviews this episode: 0:57 -- Matt Coyne, Head Coach, Football. 18:50 -- Maria Femia '25, Field Hockey (NESCAC Player of the Week + Female Bobcat of the Week). 24:05 -- Leah White '27, Women's Cross Country. 37:12 -- Ally Friedman '24 and Iris Westmoreland '27, Women's Tennis. 43:34 -- Callahan Porter '27, Men's Cross Country (Male Bobcat of the Week). 48:53 -- Ami Evans '26, Volleyball. 55:21 -- Shawn Warren, Director of Men's Golf.
Renato Rodrigues ‘10 & Justin Penik ‘16 dissect everything that happened from the Football Team's 46-20 loss to DePaul in the Zone 6ix Classic. Plus, the Soccer, Water Polo, and Cross-Country Teams dominate in their matchups in their openers! Timestamps: (0:00) Introduction (3:30) Scoring Plays (8:24) Turning Point Of The Game (11:13) Offense (16:10) Defense (18:51) Delbarton Preview (20:10) News Of The Week Intro (21:16) Soccer Highlights & Recap (24:57) Water Polo Recap (25:47) Cross Country Recap (26:39) Rest Of The News (28:08) What's On The Docket (29:26) Player Of The Week Nominees (30:47) Closing Thoughts --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/stateofthemarauders/message
(Lander, WY) - Another edition of the Tiger Weekend features lots of road action for Lander Valley High School athletics. The only team that is home this weekend is football where they host Powell at 6 p.m. tonight. County 10 will have the call on YouTube, Facebook, and on the radio waves, KOVE 1330 A.M. and 107.7 F.M. Cross Country competed in Riverton yesterday Ameya Eddy was the top finisher for the Lady Tigers while Deigo Labotos was the top finisher for the Tigers. They will be off this weekend before they are in Rawlins next Friday. Volleyball played their first of two matches against Riverton on Thursday where they fell three sets to one. The Lady Tigers won set three 25-21. Aislynn Donahue unofficially finished the night with four kills and six blocks. They will be in Rawlins on Friday and Saturday to play other class 3A school. Golf enters the post-season play where they are in Green River for a two-day tournament. This is the last chance for Lander to get things right before the state tournament in Worland next week. Lander girls swimming will compete in a couple of duals today and tomorrow. They will be in Green River today and in Jackson tomorrow. You can listen to the full interviews from the County 10 Sports Podcast below!
It's rare that a Divison I head coach takes a job at an NAIA program, but that's exactly what Jarvis Jelen, the new Director of Track & Field and Cross Country at the University of Jamestown, did. With a mission & vision of rebuilding a program, Jarvis outlines his roadmap to success and shares his goals for the team. Plus listen to him share stories from his own running career!
Furman Paladins Cross Country Runner Bethany Graham joins the show. In our interview with her, Bethany talks about the start of her 2023 season, her historic 2022 campaign, battling prior injuries, and why she's decided to use a 5th year of eligibility next year. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/steven-abramo/support
The Don talks about receiving a do-it-at-home cancer screening kit, being able to survive an impending apocalypse by eating marmots, and the struggle of finding friends in middle age. He tries out some comedy bits to see if they work and soon finds that they probably never will. But that's his process. And not a good one. Listen in and subscribe.
Welcome to the "Week In Review," where we delve into the true stories behind this week's headlines. Your host, Tony Brueski, joins hands with a rotating roster of guests, sharing their insights and analysis on a collection of intriguing, perplexing, and often chilling stories that made the news. This is not your average news recap. With the sharp investigative lens of Tony and his guests, the show uncovers layers beneath the headlines, offering a comprehensive perspective that traditional news can often miss. From high-profile criminal trials to in-depth examinations of ongoing investigations, this podcast takes listeners on a fascinating journey through the world of true crime and current events. Each episode navigates through multiple stories, illuminating their details with factual reporting, expert commentary, and engaging conversation. Tony and his guests discuss each case's nuances, complexities, and human elements, delivering a multi-dimensional understanding to their audience. Whether you are a dedicated follower of true crime or an everyday listener interested in the stories shaping our world, the "Week In Review" brings you the perfect balance of intrigue, information, and intelligent conversation. Expect thoughtful analysis, informed opinions, and thought-provoking discussions beyond the 24-hour news cycle. Want to listen to ALL of our podcasts AD-FREE? Subscribe through APPLE PODCASTS, and try it for three days free: https://tinyurl.com/ycw626tj Follow Our Other Cases: https://www.truecrimetodaypod.com The latest on Catching the Long Island Serial Killer, Awaiting Admission: BTK's Unconfessed Crimes, Chad & Lori Daybell, The Murder of Ana Walshe, Alex Murdaugh, Bryan Kohberger, Lucy Letby, Kouri Richins, Justice for Harmony Montgomery, The Murder of Stephen Smith, The Murder of Madeline Kingsbury, and much more! Listen at https://www.truecrimetodaypod.com
A chilling development has emerged in the widely discussed Rachel Morin murder case. Morin, who was tragically killed while out jogging, has captivated public attention, primarily due to the ambiguity surrounding the identity of her killer. In a recent episode of the podcast "Hidden Killers," host Tony Brueski sat down with Defense Attorney Bob Motta, host of "Defense Diaries," to shed some light on the perplexing case. Motta shared, "Everyone looking at this [is] going, who would've killed this woman while she was jogging? Is it someone that she knows? Is it the boyfriend?" Though earlier suspicions may have pointed to Morin's boyfriend, recent police announcements have cleared him of involvement. Instead, a significant lead has surfaced; the DNA from a person of interest in Morin's case matches that of an unknown individual connected to another disturbing incident in Los Angeles. This previous crime saw a girl assaulted miles away from the location of Morin's murder. Adding to the case's intricacies, there is also Ring doorbell footage of the unknown individual. Brueski questioned whether the video would aid in the individual's identification or if it might drive the suspect further into hiding. Motta elaborated on the video's content, which depicts a shirtless man leaving a residence, followed by a small hand – possibly that of a child – shutting the door behind him. "It's strange," Brueski remarked, noting that the suspect didn't appear to be fleeing in haste, but rather as though he were avoiding someone coming home. A pivotal discussion then ensued on the nature of sexual assault and grooming. Motta asserted, "People need to remember what the word sexual assault means. If this is a 20-something-year-old having sex with a nine-year-old, that's sexual assault… It's still sexual assault." The implication is that even if the younger victim didn't perceive the act as an assault, the crime remains unchanged in its severity. Speculations also circled around how the suspect met his victims. "Was it an online meeting? Was the victim somehow online and connecting with people?" Motta wondered aloud. Given that the legal age for consent is firmly established, any encounters, even if perceived as consensual by a minor, remain illegal and reprehensible. The chilling realization that the suspect could be moving across the country adds urgency to his identification and capture. Motta highlighted, "If this guy left LA and traveled to Maryland, he's on the move... Theoretically he worked somewhere. Theoretically he had at least one friend. There are people that know him." He expressed hope that with modern surveillance and digital capabilities, someone would recognize the individual, leading to his apprehension. Brueski expressed the deeply unsettling notion that if the suspect had no prior relationship with Morin and simply targeted her at random, "it's like everyone's in peril… you've got a true predator out there." This scenario, where a killer targets victims without a discernible pattern or personal motive, is all the more disconcerting as it suggests a predator killing for sport. The discussion underlined the significance of our increasingly interconnected digital world. In today's age, evading capture becomes difficult as, according to Brueski, "if you're in any kind of an area with a population… You're on camera somewhere." Both hosts fervently hope that with the increasing reach of surveillance and public awareness, the suspect will be brought to justice soon. As investigations continue, the digital footprint left behind by modern technology may prove pivotal in solving the mysteries surrounding the Rachel Morin murder case and preventing further tragedies. Want to listen to ALL of our podcasts AD-FREE? Subscribe through APPLE PODCASTS, and try it for three days free: https://tinyurl.com/ycw626tj Follow Our Other Cases: https://www.truecrimetodaypod.com The latest on Catching the Long Island Serial Killer, Awaiting Admission: BTK's Unconfessed Crimes, Chad & Lori Daybell, The Murder of Ana Walshe, Alex Murdaugh, Bryan Kohberger, Lucy Letby, Kouri Richins, Justice for Harmony Montgomery, The Murder of Stephen Smith, The Murder of Madeline Kingsbury, and much more! Listen at https://www.truecrimetodaypod.com
Freshmen Aaron Andalon and Chika Ohale talking about their first few weeks of high school.Fall Sports preview featuring:- Cross Country runners seniors Bailey Freese and Johnny King- Girls Volleyball senior Hailey Lytle- Boys Tennis junior Rhys Garrison- Cheerleader senior Natalie Gotanco- Football junior Malcolm Houze- Soccer players seniors Katherine Constantino and Jacob Hein
The first part of the show gives you a rundown of what to expect on our pregame show for the Bulls at Western Kentucky, plus audio from coordinators Joel Gordon (3:45) and Todd Orlando (7:15), CB Aamaris Brown (10:25) and Donovan Jennings (12:00). Then Darek previews volleyball hosting a trio of matches (14:00), men's soccer vs. Mercer including a chat with Head Coach Bob Butehorn (17:00), women's soccer vs. FSU, and cross country began Friday morning with a quick word from junior from Bradenton Sydney Granack (24:00) before finishing up with notes on softball and basketball.
One year ago, Louis Chaix rollerbladed across the U.S.A. in 45 days, setting a world record. He did it to raise money and awareness about the rare disease that almost killed him. In this episode, Louis shares his exciting and incredible journey from California to New York.If you enjoy this episode, please consider leaving a rating and a review. It makes a huge difference in helping us spread the word about the show.Thanks for listening! To join our #POSITIVITY community or to learn more about Moshe, visit https://linktr.ee/moshepopackTopics:2:00 – Louis describes the disease that almost killed him.5:00 – Louis shares the moment he knew he'd live.7:30 – Years later, he struggled with “survivor's guilt.”11:00 – Why Louis keeps taking “one more step” and pushing through adversity.13:30 – How Louis got the idea to rollerblade across the U.S.A.18:00 – Louis's training regimen was intense!22:30 – Reframing “sacrifice” as an “investment in your future.”25:00 – The craziest moments in his cross-country journey.31:20 – The #1 thing Louis is most grateful for in life.
304: Budapest World Championships Recap | National Cross Country Champs | Brad Returns This week's episode of Inside Running Podcast is proudly sponsored by ASICS. Stability has never felt better than with the GEL-KAYANO™ 30 shoe. Visit ASICS.com or your specialty running store to grab your pair today. Brad returns to the show and talks us through his heart procedure and steps ahead. Julian's still searching for balance with sleep, meals and marathon workouts. Brady gets around some patreon listeners at the Shepparton Marathon. National Cross Country Championships in Stromlo, Canberra won by Jack Rayner over Andy Buchanan, Ed Marks. Gen Gregson continued her strong form taking the title over Leanne Pompeani and Holly Campbell. Athletics Australia Report Adelaide Marathon won by Fraser Darcy 2:24:00 and Tara Palm 2:48:10 while the Half Marathon won by Jacob Cocks in 1:05 and Eloise Wellings in 1:13:13 Adelaide Marathon Results Matt Smith won the 12km Perth City to Surf in 36:49, as did Sinead Noonan in 41:55 Results In the 800m heats of the Budapest World Athletics Champs Peter Bol ran 1:46.75, Joseph Deng advanced to Semi Final. Marco Arop of Canada was the gold medallist in the event. In the Women's 800m Semi Finals, ran Abbey Caldwell 1:59.05 to advance, Catriona Bisset 1:59.94 Ellie Sandford 2:03.55 in the heats. Mary Moora of Kenya took the title ahead of Great Britain's Keeley Hodgkinson and the USA's Athing Mu. 1500m Final Jessica Hull 7th in 3:59.54 in the 1500m Final, with Faith Kipyegon winning 3:54.87. Josh Kerr wins the gold medal in 3:29.38, upsetting and outkicking Jakob Ingebrigsten in the 1500m Final to be deny him the title of World Champion two years in a row, with fellow Norwegian Narve Nordas just .03 seconds behind him to take bronze. https://runnerstribe.com/features/josh-kerr-eclipses-jakob-ingebrigtsen-in-budapest-a-column-by-len-johnson/ Stewart McSweyn 13th in the 5000m final in 13:26.58 while Morgan McDonald ran 13:43.58 in the heat stage. Jakob Ingebrigsten defended his title as 5000m World Champion outkicking Mo Katir of Spain, while Faith Kipyegon took home a rare double in winning the 5000m gold medal over Sifan Hassan and Beatrice Chebet. Jessica Hull tried to back up from the 1500m final to run 15:15.89 in the 5000m heats, while in the other heat Rose Davies ran a season best of 15:07.93, and Lauren Ryan ran 15:40.23. In the Women's Steeplechase heats Brielle Erbacher posted 9:57.11 in her heat, while Cara Feain-Ryan ran a PB of 9:29.60 and Amy Cashin ran 9:31.07. Winfred Yavi of Bahrain won the gold medal in the final, as did Soufaine El Bakkali of Morocco in the Men's race. The Women's Marathon in warm conditions was won by Amane Beriso Shankule of Ethiopia in 2:24:23, while Lisa Weightman was the standout for Australia finishing 16th in 2:30:50, with Sarah Klein 41st in 2:37:31 and Izzi Batt-Doyle 43rd in 2:37:53. The Men's Marathon won by Victor Kiplangat of Uganda, ahead Teferi of Israel and Luel Gebresalise of Ethiopia World Athletics Championships Results Listener Question of the week asked whether National team tactics could be employed within the championship track races, Moose on the Loose on the moment of desperation when you can't get the gel packet open. Patreon Link: https://www.patreon.com/insiderunningpodcast Opening and Closing Music is Undercover of my Skin by Benny Walker. www.bennywalkermusic.com Join the conversation at: https://www.facebook.com/insiderunningpodcast/ To donate and show your support for the show: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=9K9WQCZNA2KAN
Welcome to the ninth season of the Bates Bobcast, our weekly podcast that takes a look at the week that was, in Bates athletics. And we are just a week away from the start of fall sports competitions at Bates! On this week's episode, we preview the cross country and soccer seasons. Plus, we chat with new Associate Director of Athletics, Adrienne Shibles '91. That's coming up, on the season premiere of the Bates Bobcast! Interviews this episode: 1:07 -- Danny Feldman, Head Coach, Cross Country. 15:09 -- Joe Vari, Head Coach, Women's Soccer. 23:23 -- Noah Riskind '16 (Head Coach) and Seba Niehenke '24 (Team captain), Men's Soccer. 31:17 -- Adrienne Shibles '91, Bates Associate Director of Athletics.
It's been a busy month for Coach TJ as he is back as a guest on this episode of the Next Level Running Podcast! Coach TJ chats with me about Cross Country in this episode and he knows a thing or two about Cross Country! Coach TJ has nearly 20 years of coaching at the NCAA level and last year, his men at Western Washington University were 14th at the NCAA Division II National Championships in Cross Country! If you are getting excited for the upcoming Cross Country season, then this is a must listen! You can connect with Coach TJ here:https://www.rundoyen.com/running-coaches/tj-garlatz/Join the Next Level Running Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/nextlevelrunningFollow @RunDoyen for IG Live sessions: https://www.instagram.com/rundoyen/
Hey Owl Nation! In this Owl Network exclusive, Carolyne Harris sits down with KSU Cross Country Runner, Madigan Wallace, to discuss what her Junior season is going to look like and gives insight on running both Cross Country and Track and Field.
Fall sports are in full swing and we are just a week away from the start of school. Let's get things rolling with an all new season of Hawk Talk. We're back for season 2 with our master of ceremonies, Tom Frank, along a new co-host, Chloe Kravitz. Tom and Chloe are joined this week by South River Athletic Director David Klingel to announce the return of the Chick-fil-A Community Cares Event between Southern High School and South River. This is a week long fundraiser to see which school can bring in the most orders for a chance to win an award from Chick-fil-A at the halftime of September 1's football game between South River and Southern. We also preview all the fall sports including cheerleading, cross country, tennis, golf, volleyball, field hockey, boys and girls soccer and football. Don't miss a second of Hawk Talk for all the latest on South River athletics and stay up to date on the Chick-fil-A Community Cares event at https://southriverathletics.net/. Hawk Talk is produced by Spaceman World Media, hosted by Tom Frank and Chloe Kravitz and recorded each week at Chad's BBQ in Edgewater, MD. Follow us on Instagram @SRHawkTalk, let us know what you think of the show by adding a review on Apple and spread the word Seahawk Nation. #WERSRSupport the show
Coach TJ Garlatz joins Will Benitez on this month's Instagram Live Chat to discuss all things Threshold Training! Coach TJ has been coaching for nearly 20 years and is currently the Cross Country coach at Western Washington University, where his men's team finished 14th last year at the NCAA Division II Cross Country Championships! Coach TJ talks about what threshold training is, how to use it, and when to use it! This was a busy month for Coach TJ in the podcast world, as he'll be joining me on the full form episode that will drop in just a few weeks on August 26th! You can connect with Coach TJ here:https://www.rundoyen.com/running-coaches/tj-garlatz/Join the Next Level Running Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/nextlevelrunningFollow @RunDoyen for IG Live sessions: https://www.instagram.com/rundoyen/
Episode #704 Ever wondered how a passionless marriage can evolve into a flourishing partnership? Can principles of transformation truly rekindle the flames of love and connection? In this episode of The Powerful Man Show, Tim Matthews welcomes back co-host Dougie Fresh (Doug Holt) as they delve into Doug's recent cross-continental road trip, a unique endeavor inspired by the stories of men whose lives and relationships have been revolutionized by The Powerful Man Movement. Doug shares insights from his interactions with these couples, their families, and the profound impact that embracing the Movement's principles have had on their marriages. From tearful expressions of gratitude to the rediscovery of love, this episode offers a glimpse into the transformative power of intentional effort and personal growth within relationships. In this episode, you'll learn how passionless marriage can still transform into something vibrant and alive. __________ Hungry for more? Head over to our Bonus page for special access to some of the deeper tactics and techniques we've developed at The Powerful Man.
This episode is best experienced by watching the video on our YouTube channel. If you'd like to give it a watch, you can CLICK HERE. Listening is fine and dandy too, here's the description: Hi there! This video was supposed to be more of a vlog, but instead you're gettin' an "updates" video from us. On our trip back from Oregon to Wisconsin, we had the pleasure of hanging out with some herbalist pals. But we also had to deal with a broken down truck when we left Twisp, WA. Watch the video for the full story. Anyway, a huge shoutout and thanks to Jean Madrone, Sean Croke, Rosalee de la Forêt, and Xavier de la Forêt for hosting us and teaching us about herbs. And thank YOU for watching. We'll see ya in the next video! ~Mason LINKS & RESOURCES Jean Madrone | JeanMadrone.com Sean Croke | LEARN MORE Rosalee de la Forêt | HerbalRemediesAdvice.org Eat Your Weeds Shirt | BUY THE SHIRT HerbRally Schoolhouse | LEARN MORE The Herbalist Hour Playlist | VIEW THE PLAYLIST
A master at recruiting and building team chemistry, Petros Kyprianou, Director Track and field and Cross Country, joins J.T. and shares his insights on getting recruited, training and how just how important the weight room is to a track athlete. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ontrackandfield/message
A few comments about the deep joy of being the very first X-Country coach for some of my new 3rd grade distance runners this summer. The psychology is very important plus monitoring them for safety in the heat and exertion areas too. I hope they reflect back someday on their early running days and smile. :)
In this episode, we take a look at cross-country training. How do we dig ourselves out a hole, what pitfalls to avoid, how to peak at the right time, and much more! Steve & Jon Check out the Scholar Program The Scholar Program is our one-stop-shop for all things coaches education. It has 20+ courses…
Today, I am blessed to have here with me Dr. Yoshi Rahm. He is a board-certified osteopathic family physician with a separate board certification in Integrative and Holistic Medicine. Dr. Yoshi grew up in a small town in Northern California. His simple upbringing, which included living without electricity, TV, or phone, gave him an early appreciation for healthy living. He attended U.C. San Diego, where he majored in Animal Physiology and Neuroscience and minored in Human Development. He ran Track and Cross-Country for UCSD before co-founding a running club. After graduating, Dr. Yoshi interned at a neuroscience laboratory in Germany and traveled throughout Europe before working at a nonprofit Biotech laboratory in San Diego. Dr. Yoshi attended Western University of Health Sciences, College of Osteopathic Medicine. As a medical student, he participated in many volunteer activities, including medical missions to Mexico and Ecuador. 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