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Choose Difficult
Choose Difficult With Cody Gibson

Choose Difficult

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022 44:35


Cody Gibson is the founder and owner of the United Home Group Real Estate Group at Keller Williams Realty. He and his team currently operate in 105 cities across the United States and in 5 different countries, he owns 3 real estate franchises and he is currently serving as the Director of Expansion for Keller Williams Realty International. Cody is a sought-after trainer, speaker, and business consultant and he is a regular Iron Man competitor. Cody's life began with extreme hardship. In this episode, we go deep behind the curtain as we come to understand the life experiences, and his response to them, that have shaped this remarkable business leader into who he is today.

The TriDot Podcast
Successfully Refine Your Swim Stroke

The TriDot Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022 64:19


You've heard that swimming is all about technique. But how can you assess and improve your freestyle stroke? On today's episode, two expert coaches, Jeff Raines and Joanna Nami, identify some of the most common stroke deficiencies. Then they break down the freestyle stroke, provide an outline for improvement, and address how to best adapt your stroke to open water swimming. Learn what each coach looks for during a swim analysis and get tips that you can apply in your next swim session! Huge thanks to deltaG for partnering with us on this episode. To learn more about the performance boosting benefits of deltaG Ketones head to deltaGketones.com and use code TRIDOT20 for 20% off your order. On their site you can: 1. Learn more about fueling with deltaG ketone products 2. Make a standalone purchase, or subscribe for ongoing deltaG ketone deliveries 3. Book a FREE 15 minute video consultation with Brian, an expert on exogenous ketones, and deltaG in particular, to discuss your individual goals and best choice of deltaG drink to exceed those goals.

Mark Bell's Power Project
MBPP EP. 665 - The Mentality And Habits Of Crossfit Champions Matt Fraser & Katrin Davidsdottir Ft. Ben Bergeron

Mark Bell's Power Project

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022 141:04


Ben Bergeron trains some of the world's fittest athletes. A former Ironman triathlete turned CrossFit Games competitor, Ben has coached athletes to six world championships. As coach to the reigning Fittest Man and Fittest Woman on Earth, he is considered one of the top coaches in the sport of CrossFit. Buy Ben's books on amazon, Chasing Excellence: https://amzn.to/3tTHkr9 Unlocking Potential: https://amzn.to/35hnhZI Special perks for our listeners below! ➢Bubs Naturals: https://bubsnaturals.com Use code POWERPROJECT for 20% of your next order! ➢Vertical Diet Meals: https://verticaldiet.com/ Use code POWERPROJECT for 20% off your first order! ➢Vuori Performance Apparel: Visit https://vuoriclothing.com/powerproject to automatically save 20% off your first order! ➢8 Sleep: Visit https://www.eightsleep.com/powerproject to automatically save $150 off the Pod Pro! ➢Marek Health: https://marekhealth.com Use code POWERPROJECT10 for 10% off ALL LABS! Also check out the Power Project Panel: https://marekhealth.com/powerproject Use code POWERPROJECT for $101 off! ➢Piedmontese Beef: https://www.piedmontese.com/ Use Code POWER at checkout for 25% off your order plus FREE 2-Day Shipping on orders of $150 Subscribe to the Podcast on on Platforms! ➢ https://lnk.to/PowerProjectPodcast Subscribe to the Power Project Newsletter! ➢ https://bit.ly/2JvmXMb Follow Mark Bell's Power Project Podcast ➢ Insta: https://www.instagram.com/markbellspowerproject ➢ https://www.facebook.com/markbellspowerproject ➢ Twitter: https://twitter.com/mbpowerproject ➢ LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/powerproject/ ➢ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/markbellspowerproject ➢TikTok: http://bit.ly/pptiktok FOLLOW Mark Bell ➢ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/marksmellybell ➢ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MarkBellSuperTraining ➢ Twitter: https://twitter.com/marksmellybell ➢ Snapchat: marksmellybell ➢Mark Bell's Daily Workouts, Nutrition and More: https://www.markbell.com/ Follow Nsima Inyang ➢ https://www.breakthebar.com/learn-more ➢YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/NsimaInyang ➢Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nsimainyang/?hl=en ➢TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@nsimayinyang?lang=en Follow Andrew Zaragoza on all platforms ➢ https://direct.me/iamandrewz #PowerProject #Podcast #MarkBell

My Marvelous Year
1994 Pt. 3: Rick Jones’ Bachelor Party, Hulkbuster Armor, & Force Works!

My Marvelous Year

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022 66:06


Marvel comics of 1994: Dave, Zack and Charlotte talk Peter David’s Incredible Hulk (with Rick Jones’ Bachelor Party and Wedding!), Iron Man debuting his Hulkbuster armor, and the launch of Force Works. On this episode we cover the following issues (all available via Marvel Unlimited): Incredible Hulk #417 to #420 Just wait for the Vision […] The post 1994 Pt. 3: Rick Jones’ Bachelor Party, Hulkbuster Armor, & Force Works! appeared first on Comic Book Herald.

Máximo desempeño
La magia que puedes encontrar en el dolor y el sufrimiento

Máximo desempeño

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2022 62:22


El invitado al episodio # 146 del podcast Máximo Desempeño es el triatleta, coach y empresario, Edwin Vargas, quien ha descubierto la forma de llevar su cuerpo y mente a límites inconcebibles para la mayoría de las personas. Edwin es un súper humano que con grandes dosis de disciplina y determinación se ha convertido en deportista de rendimiento de clase mundial.Entre sus muchos logros, Edwin fue el ganador del Epic 5 Challenge en 2018, una competencia de rendimiento que requiere correr un triatlón de 5 distancias Ironman, en 5 días consecutivos en 5 islas de Hawaii. Es uno de los 29 atletas que han logrado terminar esta prueba a nivel mundial.Edwin es un deportista con una resistencia física y mental extraordinaria, que a través de sus logros ha demostrado que los límites están en la mente y que el dolor del cuerpo se puede controlar a través del pensamiento. “No corres con las piernas, corres con el corazón”, dice Edwin.

ALOHA KALLE - Triathlon: Profi trifft Agegrouper
#68 ALOHA KALLE - So trainiert auch Jan Frodeno //Neue Hiit Methode für die VO² max

ALOHA KALLE - Triathlon: Profi trifft Agegrouper

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 40:07


In dieser Episode quatschen Kalle und Coke über Ihre Erfahrungen beim HIT - Training. Beide nutzen gerade jede Möglichkeit, um sich abzuschießen. Alles um die berühmte VO2 Max zu erhöhen.

Runners Without Limits
Episode 135: RunDisney Recap – Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend Part 2

Runners Without Limits

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 94:27


Join us as we chat with Sisters Run the World: Kim, Katie, and Melissa Griffin. Among these three ladies, 12 medals were earned at Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend with two Goofy Finishers and a Dopey Finisher. These three recount what it was like to take on these challenges together as sisters, each one with a very different perspective on the final challenging miles of the marathon. Enjoy! Sisters Run the World on YouTube:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCj2b6m7QIiZaXXNG5Owyehg   Springtime Surprise Training Plans! https://www.trainingpeaks.com/my-training-plans/runnerswithoutlimits ***Website***  www.Runnerswithoutlimits.com ***Now on Patreon***  https://www.patreon.com/runnerswithoutlimits Join the Runners Without Limits Group on Facebook For more informative and fun content related to all things running and then some visit the Running Without Limits (Heather Jergensen) channel on YouTube and Facebook Follow us on Instagram: Heather: @CoachHeatherJ Jen: @AQuiltingJewel About Us Heather and Jen are a coach/athlete duo that talk about all things running during a weekly podcast. Heather has been an athlete for most of her life. She took her love of swimming and entered the triathlon world, eventually crushing Ironman. She eventually married her love of running and all things Disney and tackled a number of runDisney runs. This is where she met Jen. Jen began running during her weight loss journey half a dozen years ago. She previously only ran from base to base as a varsity softball player and loathed running. But thanks to her friends and a supportive network, she ran her first 5K. Heather and Jen met as Jen was training for her first half marathon and eventually her first full marathon thanks to Heather's encouragement. The two are now dear friends and share a coach/athlete relationship. This friendship and love for running comes through on their podcast.  All information provided by Heather Jergensen Coaching and Runners Without Limits is of a general nature and is furnished only for educational/entertainment purposes only. No information is to be taken as medical or other health advice pertaining to any individual specific health or medical condition. You agree that use of this information is at your own risk and hold Runners Without Limits harmless from any and all losses, liabilities, injuries or damages resulting from any and all claims.

What The F*t?!
Susie Crossland-Dwyer - Her Adventure of Motherhood

What The F*t?!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 66:28


My guest today helps others find confidence and strength through fitness and healthy living. She is the founder of Studio S, where she is a certified personal trainer, a group exercise instructor, a Pilates instructor and spinning instructor. She has completed many marathons, triathlons, an IRONMAN, 50-mile ultra-marathons, multi-day races AND she ran six ultra-marathons on five continents in just 8 weeks. Recently, she's added another adventure to her plate as a new mom. Here to share her pregnancy and post-natal adventure with us, please welcome back, Susie Crossland-Dwyer! https://www.studioscincinnati.com/ Help support the podcast with a monthly contribution! www.patreon.com/whatthefitpodcast

The Flipping 50 Show
Triathlon Training for fun, fitness, and fundraising

The Flipping 50 Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 60:34


Triathlon Training for fun, fitness, and fundraising Reiki Master, yoga instructor, massage therapist, writer, singer, and multiple Ironman finisher with impossibly slow times. Married to Bob Jordan, a world champion Ironman, singer, songwriter. Terry is mom to a couple of true Heavenly angels;Emily and Thomas as well as an amazing singer, song-writing son, Timothy. We live in Oregon and recently adopted Tucker, a sweet two-year-old, from the Basset Hound Rescue of Southern CA.  Questions we answer in this episode:  Looking into life as a 64-year old triathlete and how we "met"  How did you and your husband meet and make Sharing how you came to triathlon - including your husband and daughter's story if you'd like to share.  How do you handle the resistance of your family and friends looking at you like you're crazy (in the same fashion so many of our listeners are dealing with that on some scale - so they have their own resistance to change and the external resistance: I think we could highlight how they are not alone)  Discussing how to train for endurance and maintain muscle in '60s and beyond  Why did you make your move from plant to animal protein? Resources: www.doingitforemily.com

Run Farther & Faster — The Podcast!
Episode 115: Coach, Guinness World Record Holder, and Seventeen-Time Boston Marathoner, Tony Rich

Run Farther & Faster — The Podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 81:13


After discussing the impact of Keira D'Amato and Sara Hall's record breaking performances at the Houston Marathon, we welcomed one of the top Boston Marathon and triathlon coaches, Tony Rich, to provide tips on the training and execution of the Boston Marathon. Tony is a USAT Level II Certified Coach, Certified IRONMAN Coach, a USA Cycling Level 3 Certified Coach, a USMS Certified Master Swim coach. Additionally he's completed over 100 long course endurance events over 16 years including numerous open water swims, 70.3 races, over 70 Marathons (PR 3:14:46) of which, 17 are consecutive Boston Marathon Finishes. Born, raised and residing in Boston, Tony specializes in the Boston Marathon course and is a Boston Marathon Qualifier. Tony served as coach of the Boston University collegiate triathlon team. He has also formerly coached the all women's Team Envision multisport team. Tony is the host of The Endurance Experience Podcast, and together with guests they discuss the science of self-propelled motion and also explore some of the most important topics within the intersection of endurance sports training, health, fitness, society and life current events. Athletics has been a part of Tony's life from a very young age. As a high school athlete he was a 3 sport stand-out in football, basketball and track-and-field. In track-and-field, Tony raced everything from the 100 to 400 meters, and competed in the long jump and triple jump field events. Tony started participating in endurance sports in 2003, and immediately took to the lifestyle completing over 100 long course events. He holds the Guinness Word Record for the fastest Ironman triathlon indoors. For recreation Tony still participates in endurance events including Master swimming events. He has competed in a diverse array of events including the 200 butterfly, the 400 IM as well as the 1650 freestyle. With an extensive career background as an analyst, data scientist and a certified Scrum Master (a coined term for a person who leads software development teams), Tony has a passion for science and draws inspiration from the scientific method and empiricism in his training and coaching process. Tony formally launched EventHorizon, Endurance Sport, LLC in 2011. He considers himself to be consistently evolving with new and improving methods. Tony calls upon his extended performance team for assistance which is a collective of elite coaches, PhDs, exercise physiologists, dietitians, sports nutritionists, and physicians. His style is to build effective coach and client relationships in a non-aggressive and motivational way. We will not be featuring ads for this season.  Nonetheless, we will feature in our notes a small business we value and a discount.  For this month, we encourage you to check out WhitePawsRunMitts.  Use the code RFF10 for 10 percent off any order.  For anyone seeking a Boston Marathon Training Program with coaching support, check out our RFF--->BOS virtual group training program.  We continue to also offer private virtual coaching.  Check out linktr.ee/Runfartherandfaster for information on all of our coaching options.  Have a question?  Email us at julieandlisa@runfartherandfaster.com. Thanks for listening, subscribing, and supporting.  Check us out on Instagram @runfartherandfaster and Facebook www.facebook.com/runfartherfaster! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/runfartherandfaster/message

Crushing Iron Triathlon Podcast
#449 – Solutions over Problems

Crushing Iron Triathlon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 53:15


Be your biggest fan. Let out the problem, but find the solution. This sport is all about momentum and having today set the stage for tomorrow. Stop putting life in a box and flow with progress. Build on today and give yourself a chance. Find a groove, know your audience, and figure out how to make things work.  Topics:  Control what's in front of you Figure out how to make things work Problem, or solution? Dealing with change Normalizing Excuse Culture Limit and know your audience Pressure of Perfection “Periodization” Train to compliment your life It's not about where you were Finding the groove  You should be your biggest fan It's all about momentum Stop shooting for the moon Little wins Sliding scales Give yourself wiggle room and a chance Act line you've been there Aim Low Mike & Robbie rate today's podcast  Looking for a Customized Swim analysis in our C26 Hub? Contact Somer: C26Operations@gmail.com  --------------- Coach Mike is accepting full-time athletes. Please check out the benefits of Customized Weekly Coaching here or contact Mike directly at: CrushingIron@gmail.com  Registration is still open for the C26 Club Training Program. Take the worry and stress out of your next year of planning, recovering, taper, etc. The Club membership is good for 12 months from sign up. For more information, please visit www.C26Triathlon.com/the-c26-club Looking for a swim analysis, personalized zones for training, and an awesome experience? Check out our New C26 Hub Training Center in Chattanooga.  C26 Gear is now available (for a limited time) at www.c26triathlon.com/c26-store  A great way to support the podcast!  Looking for an awesome coach? Check out our team of awesome coaches on our Coaching Page on C26Triathlon.com  Big Shout out to podcast listener and Wordpress designer Bobby Hughes for helping get the new c26triathlon.com off the ground. If you like what you see and may need a website, check out Bobby's work at https://hughesdesign.co/ You can also slide by www.crushingiron.com which is now the official blog page for the podcast. Community and coaching information are at www.c26triathlon.com  Our 2020 C26 Camps are sold out (other than swim camp) Find out more on our Camps Page. If you'd like to support the Crushing Iron Podcast, hit up our Pledge Page and help us keep this podcast on the rails. Thanks in advance! Are you thinking about raising your game or getting started in triathlon with a coach? Check out our Crushing Iron Coaching Philosophy Video Please subscribe and rate Crushing Iron on YouTube and iTunes. For information on the C26 Coach's Eye custom swim analysis, coaching, or training camps email: C26Coach@gmail.com Facebook: CrushingIron YouTube: Crushing Iron Twitter: CrushingIron Instagram: C26_Triathlon www.c26triathlon.com Mike Tarrolly - crushingiron@gmail.com Robbie Bruce - c26coach@gmail.com

10 Million Journey
#216: Bali Special | 2021 New Year's Panel - Anna Kviese, Evan Williams, Olivero Leto and Alex Huditan

10 Million Journey

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 82:31


Today we have a SPECIAL New Year's bash episode, where we are going to talk about all things 2021. I have invited some of my favorite people with different perspectives, so it is gonna be lots of fun. All of them are the previous guests of the podcast, so if you listen often, you know them well. We have my amazing wife Anna, who had a very special but also challenging year that we will talk about, my good friend Evan, who graciously shared with us his amazing studio here in Bali and has lots of interesting views on all the things, Olly who is an expert in health and fitness and now also my fitness coach, and my dear friend Alex Hudi who needs no introduction, and who is expert on business, happiness, mindset and many other cool things.   Books recommended: Alex Huditan “Summerhill School: A New View of Childhood” by Alexander Sutherland Neill - https://www.amazon.com/Summerhill-School?tag=10mj-20 Connect with guests: Anna LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/anna-kviese Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/anna.kviese Evan Villa Merdu: Website - https://www.villamerdubali.com WhatsApp Number - +62 822 3681 2300 Email Address - villamerdubali@gmail.com Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/villamerdubali Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/villamerdubali Olivero Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OLPTraining/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/olptraining/ Alex LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/huditan Facebook Page - https://www.facebook.com/HudiPage Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/huditan  Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/huditan  Reset Normal Course - https://www.resetnormal.com   Want to sit down with Anatoly 1 on 1 ? Even though I keep saying I AM NOT A GURU, many of you ask to sit down and pick my brain. I have decided to do a 1h HELP calls. There are 2 purposes: 1st to support you in your journey and second also to be able to break even on the production of this podcast (each episode editing, marketing, guest research etc takes about $60 - $150 to produce). Now you can schedule 1h with me, and we can talk about launching products, hiring, product research, keywords, mindset, how I did an Ironman or anything at all. Link is here - https://calendly.com/anatolyspektor/anatoly-connsulting-1h    ANATOLY's TOOLS:   Product Development: Helim10 - I use it for  Product Research, Keyword tracking and Listing Optimization .  SPECIAL DEAL: Get 50% your first month or 10% every month: http://bit.ly/CORNERSIIH10  Pickfu - I use it for split testing all of my products and for validation ideas .  SPECIAL DEAL: First split test 50% 0ff  https://www.pickfu.com/10mj   Trademarking: Trademark Angels - For all my trademarking needs.  SPECIAL: Mention Anatoly and 10MJ podcast and get 10% Off your trademark.   HR: Fiverr -  I hire my 3dMockup person and images label designer here on Fiverr - http://bit.ly/10mjFIVERR Upwork - I hire people long term on Upwork - upwork.com  Loom.com - for creating SOP's, I record everything on Loom and give to my VA's Keepa.com - to track historical data such as prices   ANATOLY's  3 Favorite  Business Books: DotCom Secrets by Russel Brunson - I think this is a must read for every online entrepreneurs - http://bit.ly/10MJDotCom 4 hours work week by Tim Ferriss  - This book changed my life and made my become an entrepreneur - http://bit.ly/10MJ4WW The Greatest Salesman In The World  by Og Mandino - Old book but it goes to the core of selling -  http://bit.ly/10MJGREATSM    DISCLAIMER: Some Links are affiliate, it costs you nothing, but helps to keep this podcast on the float   Have questions? Go to https://www.10millionjourney.com Follow us on Instagram: @10millionjourney

F3 Nation
Hunt For Wellness Podcast #17: 4 Time Ironman Squatter shares the value of patience with health

F3 Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 64:26


Squatter shares how he went from miserable 32 year old to a 4 time Ironman finisher who set a personal record at the age of 51. Discover what "inspired" his transformation, his nutrition strategy, and the "key" to a life of health.

You Might Know Her From
Dale Dickey

You Might Know Her From

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 54:42


We are just pleased as punch to be joined this week by actor Dale Dickey. You Might Know Her From Winter's Bone, My Name is Earl, Leave No Trace, True Blood, Iron Man 3, The Guilt Trip, and Breaking Bad. We had a blast with Dale talking about mastering “the squirt” as Annelle in the Chicago production of Steel Magnolias, acting opposite baby wolves as a werewolf on True Blood, and what the presence of Barbra Streisand or Betty White does to a set. All those goodies plus her Indie Spirit-winning role as the hot-coffee-flinging FOIL to an unknown Jennifer Lawrence and her supreme pack of Southern character actresses. Come for the incredible Dale interview and stick around for some And Just Like That musings. Follow us on social media @damianbellino || @rodemanne  Discussed this week:  Previous guest of YMKHF, Madhur Jaffrey (Ep #45) Our interview with Sarita Choudhury (Ep# 58) Seema Patel on And Just Like That “There You Are Peter” in Hook Sara Ramirez was SO good in Spamalot “Song That Goes Like This” “Find Your Grail” Bisexual episode of Sex and the City co-stars Alanis Morisette RIP Ronnie Spector Roughed up Jennifer Lawrence in Winter's Bone (2010, director: Deborah Granik) Shot in the Ozark Mountains of Missouri opposite local non-actors She won the Indie Spirit for Winter's Bone Leave No Trace (2018, Granik)  1989 Peter Hall production of Merchant of Venice starring Dustin Hoffman Did stage version of Steel Magnolias in 1980s Chicago Former guests, Beth Grant (Ep #90) and Connie Schulman (Ep #15) both did Steel Magnolias Playwright Robert Harling “discovered” her while serving at 107 West Restaurant  Elieen Davidson talked to us about working with wolves on Ep #74 of YKMHF Dale Dickey in True Blood  Meth addict in Breaking Bad Pack of Southern women: Beth Grant, Connie Schulman, Jennifer Lawrence, Margot Martindale, Kim Dickens, Holly Hunter, Kathy Bates, Jessica Lange We love Holly Hunter in Broadcast News and Miss Firecracker Contest Played two different roles in the Del Shores universe Sordid Lives (First played Glendora and then Sissy Hickey) Played Patty the Daytime Hooker on My Name is Earl but was never pressured to become a Scientologist. Betty White played her mother on My Name is Earl Starred opposite Tyne Daly in Christy and then got the Cagney and Lacey: Together Again movie from that Did a small role in Iron Man 3 with Robert Downey Jr., who arranged for an AA meeting Starred as a bartender in the Seth Rogen/Barbra Streisand movie, The Guilt Trip Oona the Wench in the Pirates of the Caribbean: Wedlocked Beth Grant episode #90 of YMKHF SJP puking on AJLT 

Marvel by the Month
June 1970 (w/Matt Fraction) - "To Smash the Inhumans!"

Marvel by the Month

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 86:44


Matt Fraction is one of comics' best humans (and writers). He's scripted virtually every Marvel character in the House of Ideas, from Iron Man to the Fantastic Four to a fella by the name of Hawkeye, whose Disney+ series Fraction served as a consulting producer on.You should also check out Fraction's creator-owned series, like Sex Criminals, Casanova, November, Adventureman, and Satellite Sam. (But because it was published by the Distinguished Competition, we're not going to mention his Eisner Award-winning Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen.)For an additional 45 minutes of this episode, support us on Patreon at the $4/month level to get access to our super-secret bonus feed of content. The expanded edition of this episode includes our conversations about Thor #179 (and the mystery of who actually inked it) and Fantastic Four #102 (featuring Namor teaming up with Magneto), plus the behind-the-scenes dirt on Fraction's time in Hollywood (there wasn't really any), the "masturbating Batman" joke that was cut from Jimmy Olsen (he wasn't really), and all of us wallowing in our love for the great John Buscema.Stories Covered In Detail This Episode:"Friend Against Friend!" - Amazing Adventures #2, written by Jack Kirby, art by Jack Kirby and Chic Stone, ©1970 Marvel Comics"To Smash the Inhumans!" - Silver Surfer #18, written by Stan Lee, art by Jack Kirby and Herb Trimpe, ©1970 Marvel Comics"Marvel by the Month" theme v. 2.0 by Robb Milne, sung by Barb Allen, with bass by Ryan ‘Biff' Dudder. All incidental music by Robb Milne. Visit us on internet at marvelbythemonth.com, follow us on Instagram at @marvelbythemonth and support us on Patreon at patreon.com/marvelbythemonth.Much of our historical context information comes from Wikipedia. Please join us in supporting them at wikimediafoundation.org.

10 Million Journey
#215: WBU - Running Out Of Stock And 8k Week

10 Million Journey

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 4:25


This episode is a regular Weekly Business Update. All revenue/profit numbers are inside the episode. Follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/10millionjourney/ Want to sit down with Anatoly 1 on 1 ? Even though I keep saying I AM NOT A GURU, many of you ask to sit down and pick my brain. I have decided to do a 1h HELP calls. There are 2 purposes: 1st to support you in your journey and second also to be able to break even on the production of this podcast (each episode editing, marketing, guest research etc takes about $60 - $150 to produce). Now you can schedule 1h with me, and we can talk about launching products, hiring, product research, keywords, mindset, how I did an Ironman or anything at all. Link is here - https://calendly.com/anatolyspektor/anatoly-connsulting-1h  ANATOLY's TOOLS: Product Development: Helim10 - I use it for  Product Research, Keyword tracking and Listing Optimization . SPECIAL DEAL: Get 50% your first month or 10% every month: http://bit.ly/CORNERSIIH10  Pickfu - I use it for split testing all of my products and for validation ideas . SPECIAL DEAL: First split test 50% 0ff  https://www.pickfu.com/10mj Trademarking: Trademark Angels - For all my trademarking needs. SPECIAL: Mention Anatoly and 10MJ podcast and get 10% Off your trademark. HR: Fiverr -  I hire my 3dMockup person and images label designer here on Fiverr - http://bit.ly/10mjFIVERR Upwork - I hire people long term on Upwork - upwork.com  Loom.com - for creating SOP's, I record everything on Loom and give to my VA's Keepa.com - to track historical data such as prices ANATOLY's  3  Favorite Business Books: DotCom Secrets by Russel Brunson - I think this is a must read for every online entrepreneurs - http://bit.ly/10MJDotCom 4 hours work week by Tim Ferriss  - This book changed my life and made my become an entrepreneur - http://bit.ly/10MJ4WW The Greatest Salesman In The World  by Og Mandino - Old book but it goes to the core of selling -  http://bit.ly/10MJGREATSM  DISCLAIMER: Some Links are affiliate, it costs you nothing, but helps to keep this podcast on the float I am doing more live interviews this year, to watch them: Follow 10MJ on https://www.fb.com/10millionjourney Follow us on Instagram: @10millionjourney

Product Startup
110: Design for Manufacturing Consumer Products

Product Startup

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 25:47


Tim Uys has spent 25 years as a senior leader and lecturer in the industrial design and mechanical engineering world. He has worked for Nike Golf, Dell, Qualcomm, Ironman, and many others while the director of design for IDOne, which was one of the top Austin design firms back in the early days before it was acquired. For the past 6 years, Tim has been the head of design for our very own Mako Design out of our Austin, Texas office. Today Tim is going to share some valuable knowledge on how inventors, startups, and small manufacturers can understand the importance of design for manufacturing, 3 big tips on how to succeed in doing it, and where DFM fits into the overall product development process. Today you will hear us talk about: Concept design Engineering Prototyping Design for Manufacturing Keep positive and think nimbly about your project going into production Have a clear idea of what is important to your product, in priority Speed, quality, cost, features Perfection is the enemy of success How to communicate from final engineering and prototyping to the manufacturer Bill of materials Materials specifications CAD Prototype 2D drawings Animations EPISODE LINKS Tim Uys Links: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tim-uys-382b934/ The Product Startup Podcast Links: Website: https://www.ProductStartup.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ProductStartup/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/ProductStartup/ Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/ProductStartup/ Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ProductStartup/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ProductStartup/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ProductStartup YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/MakoInvent Mako Design Links: Website: https://www.makodesign.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/MakoInvent Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/MakoInvent/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/MakoDesign/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MakoInvent/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/MakoInvent/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/MakoInvent/ Kevin Mako Links: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/Entrepreneurs/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/KevMako/ Quora: https://www.quora.com/profile/Kevin-Mako Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KevMakoPage/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/KevMako/ About: MAKO Design + Invent is the original firm providing world-class consumer product development services tailored to startups, small manufacturers, and inventors. Simply put, we are the leading one-stop-shop for developing your physical product from idea to store shelves, all in a high-quality, cost-effective, and timely manner. We operate as one powerhouse 30-person product design team spread across 4 offices to serve you (Austin, Miami, San Francisco, & Toronto). We have full-stack in-house industrial design, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, patent referral, prototyping, and manufacturing services. To assist our startup and inventor clients, in addition to above, we help with business strategy, product strategy, marketing, and sales/distribution for all consumer product categories. Also, our founder Kevin Mako hosts The Product Startup Podcast, the industry's leading hardware podcast. Check it out for tips, interviews, and best practices for hardware startups, inventors, and product developers. Click HERE to learn more about Mako Design + Invent!

Le Run Down
#88: Jonas Deichmann - Triathlon around the world, cyclist, 120 X Ironman, Author, Motivational Speaker

Le Run Down

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 58:20


Offers: From Plantiga Go to plantiga.com/membership and learn how to build athletic longevity, prevent injury and increase your body's resilience. If you like what you see, use the promo code LeRunDown to get early access to Plantiga today. From Velofix This episode was brought to you by our friends at Velofix. DM @velofixquebec on IG to get your exclusive LE RUN DOWN PROMO CODE and receive 15% OFF your next tune up. ----------- On this episode of Le Run Down we swim, bike and run around the world with extreme endurance athlete and adventurer, Jonas Deichmann. @jonas_deichmann Even since Jonas could remember he was always interest in exploring and discovery. His sense for adventure and love of cycling has allowed him to cross many countries and continents in record breaking times. In his latest expedition he circumnavigated the entire world in the longest triathlon of his life, completing the equivalent of 120 ironman. As his book titles "The limit is just me", the sky is the limit for this incredible guy. News Notes: https://www.runnersworld.com/news/a38735092/boston-marathon-2022-professional-field/ (2022 Boston Marathon Olympic Medalists Headline Boston Marathon Field (runnersworld.com)) Show Notes: https://jonasdeichmann.com/ (Jonas Deichmann Adventures >> Athlete. Adventurer. Speaker.) https://jonasdeichmann.com/triathlon-360-degree/ (Triathlon 360 degree | Jonas Deichmann) https://www.youtube.com/c/jonasdeichmann (Jonas Deichmann - YouTube) https://www.instagram.com/jonas_deichmann/ (Jonas Deichmann (@jonas_deichmann) • Instagram photos and videos) News: https://apnews.com/article/ahmaud-arbery-georgia-race-and-ethnicity-sentencing-savannah-0d1a8ed25f1a075844160f253a9d0535 (AP News - Arbery killers get life in prison; no parole for father, son) https://www.cbsnews.com/news/george-floyd-niece-shot-new-years-day/ (CBS News - George Floyd's 4-year-old niece shot at home on New Year's Day) https://www.irishtimes.com/news/world/europe/rogue-police-officer-s-claim-about-barcelona-terror-strike-triggers-anger-1.4774969 (The Irish Times - Rogue police officer's claim about Barcelona terror strike triggers anger) https://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/conversion-therapy-is-now-illegal-in-canada-1.5731911 (CTV News - Conversion therapy is now illegal in Canada) How to Help: https://blacklivesmatters.carrd.co/ (Black Lives Matter - Ways You Can Help) https://blacklivesmatter-canada.carrd.co/ (Black Lives Matter Canada) https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ZH0xk5FqYJXwymoue-dnjqJEMj3FplF0Om8wdm8HZd0/edit (Montreal-Based Racial Justice Organizations) https://bailfunds.github.io/ (List of American and Canadian Bail Funds) Educational Materials: https://www.reclaimtheblock.org/home/#resources (Reclaim The Block - Resources and Downloads) http://criticalresistance.org/abolish-policing/ (Critical Resistance - Abolish Policing) https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYn1EYMdFkqnY2I4I8FzaJoGqEGLdHi6v (Critical Resistance - Breaking Down the Prison Industrial Complex video series)

Crushing Iron Triathlon Podcast
#548 – Listener Questions 3.0 PART 2

Crushing Iron Triathlon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 53:40


Back to the listeners for some more GREAT questions. We talk about appropriate soreness and fatigue, the Rules of 20, Zone Blending, and how to stay out of a hole. Also, weight gain and injuries, the best way to build a good base, driving from the hips in swimming. If that weren't enough, we also talk strength workouts for swim, recovery weeks, and how to stay crisp during a taper. We end with stories about how we created our dream business. Topics: Early morning drivers  Australia and Canada Appropriate Fatigue and Soreness Back in the Swing? Rules of 20 Stale Legs Flushing out  Hydration Knowing your whole system Blending within Z1 - Z5 Real time decisions to stay out of a deep hole Space it and Pace it Weight gain and injury TSS Overreach? Recovery weeks Staying crisp during taper Racing IMWI with dad, should I beat him? Swim focused strength workout instead of a swim? Driving from the hips in swimming, explained Generic training plan without specific races The story of creating our dream business Looking for a Customized Swim analysis in our C26 Hub? Contact Somer: C26Operations@gmail.com  --------------- Coach Mike is accepting full-time athletes. Please check out the benefits of Customized Weekly Coaching here or contact Mike directly at: CrushingIron@gmail.com  Registration is still open for the C26 Club Training Program. Take the worry and stress out of your next year of planning, recovering, taper, etc. The Club membership is good for 12 months from sign up. For more information, please visit www.C26Triathlon.com/the-c26-club Looking for a swim analysis, personalized zones for training, and an awesome experience? Check out our New C26 Hub Training Center in Chattanooga.  C26 Gear is now available (for a limited time) at www.c26triathlon.com/c26-store  A great way to support the podcast!  Looking for an awesome coach? Check out our team of awesome coaches on our Coaching Page on C26Triathlon.com  Big Shout out to podcast listener and Wordpress designer Bobby Hughes for helping get the new c26triathlon.com off the ground. If you like what you see and may need a website, check out Bobby's work at https://hughesdesign.co/ You can also slide by www.crushingiron.com which is now the official blog page for the podcast. Community and coaching information are at www.c26triathlon.com  Our 2020 C26 Camps are sold out (other than swim camp) Find out more on our Camps Page. If you'd like to support the Crushing Iron Podcast, hit up our Pledge Page and help us keep this podcast on the rails. Thanks in advance! Are you thinking about raising your game or getting started in triathlon with a coach? Check out our Crushing Iron Coaching Philosophy Video Please subscribe and rate Crushing Iron on YouTube and iTunes. For information on the C26 Coach's Eye custom swim analysis, coaching, or training camps email: C26Coach@gmail.com Facebook: CrushingIron YouTube: Crushing Iron Twitter: CrushingIron Instagram: C26_Triathlon www.c26triathlon.com Mike Tarrolly - crushingiron@gmail.com Robbie Bruce - c26coach@gmail.com

triathlon talk – Carbon & Laktat
Carbon & Laktat: 10 steile Thesen zur Profi-Saison 2022

triathlon talk – Carbon & Laktat

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 94:29


Heute lehnen sich Nils Flieshardt und Frank Wechsel einmal gaaanz weit aus dem Fenster - mit 10 steilen Thesen, wie die Profi-Saison 2022 wird. Und sie versprechen: Wenn die erste Kerze auf dem Adventskranz leuchtet, werden diese Thesen kritisch überprüft. Also: Wer wird wann Weltmeister und was wird wo passieren?

The Gravel Ride.  A cycling podcast
Chris Schroeder - Gravel Racer and Gravel Team Manager

The Gravel Ride. A cycling podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 46:43


This week we sit down with Dimond Factory Racing's Chris Schroeder. We learn about Chris' transition from professional triathlon to that of a gravel racer. We also look at his decision to start a racing team versus continuing as a privateer. Dimond Factory Racing Instagram Join The Ridership Support the Podcast Automated transcription, please excuse the typos:   Hello and welcome to the gravel ride podcast. I'm your host Craig Dalton. This week on the podcast, we've got Colorado based professional gravel racer, Chris Schroeder. Chris is not only a racer, but he's also the manager of the diamond factory racing team. His path to gravel racing was from that of, uh, as a professional triathlete. Interestingly, I learned that the private tier model, as it's known. It's something that's quite prevalent. In the triathlon world. But Chris didn't really want to take that model forward. He really wanted to build. Uh, professional gravel racing team. So i thought it'd be interesting to get his perspective to hear about his experience in the gravel world thus far and more importantly hear about what his plans are for 2022 with his teammate. Before we jump in, I need to thank this. Week's sponsor athletic greens. Athletic greens is literally a product I use every single day. I've been an athletic greens user for many years prior to actually starting the podcast. I really didn't have the time nor inclination to take a bunch of pills and vitamins. To get some of my nutritional basis covered. So when I found out about ag one, was stoked about how convenient it was going to be for me. So what's in this stuff with one delicious scoop of athletic greens, you're absorbing 75 high quality vitamins minerals, whole food sorts, superfoods, probiotics, and APTA Jens. To help start your day. Right? The special blend of ingredients supports gut health, your nervous system, your immune system, your energy recovery focus and aging. All the things. This is particularly poignant at this moment, as I just got back from two back-to-back 90 mile days. Uh, riding down to Santa Cruz, California, and backup to my home in Marin county. Athletic greens. I brought one of their travel packs with me to take on Sunday morning as I got up and started my second big day. And when I got home, I blasted another one simply because I needed a little bit more. I knew I'd run the battery down pretty darn low with this weekends, riding and athletic greens all is gives me the confidence that I'm at least covering my baselines nutritionally. Build on top of that a healthy diet and you've got yourself a winning combination Athletic greens will cost you less than $3 a day. You're investing in your health and it's cheaper than your cold brew habit. Athletic greens as over 7,505 star reviews. And is recommended by professional athletes. Right now it's time to reclaim your health and arm your immune system with convenient daily nutrition. Especially in the middle of cold and flu season. It's just one scoop in a cup of water every day. That's it. No need for millions of different pills and supplements to look out for your health. To make it easy. Athletic greens is going to give you a free one year supply of immune supporting vitamin D and five free travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athletic greens.com/the gravel ride. Again, that's athletic greens.com/the gravel ride to take ownership of your health and pick up the ultimate daily nutritional insurance. Would that business out of the way. Let's jump right in to my interview with Chris. [00:03:15] Craig Dalton: Chris welcome to the show. [00:03:17] Chris Schroeder: Great to be here [00:03:18] Craig Dalton: Yeah, I'm excited when you reached out to me, I think this is going to be a really interesting discussion. The starting point for all my conversations is always to get a little bit of your background as a cyclist, how you came into the sport and how ultimately you started riding. [00:03:31] Chris Schroeder: So it's hard to say how I came into cycling. I came into cycling and triathlon at the same time. About 15 years old, my family relocated from Telluride, Colorado to New York city. And at the time New York city is has a giant cycling presence. Contrarians are a very big thing there. They do a lot of races in central park and the surrounding area. So as a way for me to find something to do when I was there, I started running of those, the local cycling club. It wasn't a race club. It was. A website or a form, or you just go on there and they say, right, we have a group ride every couple of mornings and you know, it was fun. I had a old road bike and then the same exact time I was getting into that, I also equally wanting to get into triathlon. So that was a great like way for me to start training and start preparing. And as that grew, I did a couple of bike races and at the same time training for triathlons eventually just kept going into triathlon and kept doing more of the. And at the same time, I was always a very big fan of cycling. I would always watch the races. I would always follow the riders and that was like a restaurant, but I was a fan of cycling. So I just kept coming up and triathlon. Eventually I went to college at university of Colorado here in Boulder, and Boulder is a great community for pro triathletes and cyclists of all kinds. It's just a Mecca for it. And I ended up eventually becoming a professional in, I believe 20. 15 though, like end of 2015, I went on and raised five years, professional triathlete, you know, I got a lot out of it. I traveled the world. I raised on like six different continents. I met amazing people like throughout the whole way, but at the end of the five years, I just, I wasn't content with where my career was and I wasn't really, I think it plateaued. I just wasn't moving. I wasn't getting the results. I needed to continue doing the sport. And I just stagnated and going into 2020, I had this mindset and I had signed up for, to just a way out. I was like, know, I'm going to finish this sport by dating my first full iron man. So I went to go, the plan was all right, I'm going to go do Ironman, New Zealand. And a couple months before that there was a race in Oklahoma called the Oklahoma gravel Gower at the time. And I kinda knew that I got this sport gravel. I really liked it because it reminded me a lot of the monuments in cycling, like cargo bay, the dynamic just of the just bad-ass like let's get out here and get dirty and strongest man wins kind of mentality. So I knew going into that race. Not really know anything. I was like, didn't have a gravel bag and laid that on my road bike with the biggest tires I could fit. And I ended up having a great race. So early on, I got a new move of Ted king. We went on for a while. Like I eventually got dropped. I got picked up by two guys behind and then ended up beating both of them in the sprint to finish second. So all of a sudden I had this hot iron. What I use then to go on to use, to create this transition to gravel. [00:06:48] Craig Dalton: Interesting. Yeah, for me, it's not super surprising that you had a great cycling experience in New York. It might've been. 10 years ago before I knew a bunch of people from New York and realized like how great the scene is there for a road racing. It's maybe a little surprising that you got into triathlons out of New York, but obviously there's a lot of great road running there and triathlon. There's a few good races in that neck of the woods. [00:07:14] Chris Schroeder: Yeah, we'll come back to that. When we started talking about diamond and stuff like that. But when I, because I had that result in Oklahoma, when I went on to do Ironman New Zealand, you know, the race went, it was a good way to end the closing. On my drunker and made me feel very contented, very like, all right. I did everything I could and I got what I got out of it. And then I'm probably the only person in the world who this positive came from. COVID where the world's shut down. As soon as like, before I even left New Zealand, the world's start shutting down. It's a miraculous, I even got able to leave the country, the roads shut down. All these triathlon races got canceled. All of a sudden the sport that I don't want to do isn't happening anymore. But I have all these sponsors that need me to do something. So when I was able to do with all my current sponsors to say, Hey, I can't race a triathlon because there was no triathlons. I can go do another gravel race where I already had this giant buzz, this giant pop and a good result or this year. So with that, I was able to just start doing gravel races with all my sponsors, still supporting me. They were just supporting me as they were and things just went well. And then. Mid 2020, we just started really committing to, we're just going to start a team. We're not going to have minimums or anything like that. We're just going to work at the end of the January 1st. We're announcing this team and it can be big, small, whatever, wherever we land, we're going to go with. You know, we were very fortunate in having Jared come on, board, our videographer, and he really is the only reason this team was able to exist in 2021. I did Belgium wall fried Cedar city September, 2020. He came out made. What I think still to this day is his best piece of work, which was a video covering my experience. There really just raw showing that experience. I was able to then all these sponsors I was talking to at the time that were like, eh, we don't really know. I was able to send them this video. And it was like talking to a different person. All of a sudden the conversation went my way and we were able to close a couple of deals with at the time Kenda tires and vision components, both of which were huge. I, we desperately needed both of those contracts. Eventually a hybrid clothing and Lin helmets came on board to help us out. And then we had. We had the support. We had the writers, we had a product, which was our video production and assets, and that kind of launched us into 2021. [00:09:48] Craig Dalton: That's a super interesting story about how athletes need to package themselves up in order to be successful in this. I want to go back a little bit to that transition period. And as a quick side note, I also retired as a triathlete from Ironman, New Zealand, not professional, not fast, but it was my last iron man. And I agree. It's something, if you get into the sport of triathlon, regardless of the level, having that iron man experience is just it. I think it is very similar to these epic gravel events. We're just getting across the finish line can be such a magic. Thing in your history that everybody should try to do it. [00:10:24] Chris Schroeder: Yeah, absolutely. I I it's just like in the moment I was just miserable. Like I was. A lot of stuff, like just in my life and where I was my career, but I, because I finished it. I can just, I don't have to look back cause I'm just I'm so much more content than I would be. Had I not done that? [00:10:41] Craig Dalton: Yeah, a hundred percent. I'm also curious, you know, it sounds like the 72.2 distance was a strong suit of yours. Then you moved up to the Ironman distance. When you started going to these long gravel events, what kind of parallels did you see from the endurance and mental strength required to complete an Ironman or a long distance triathlon to what you were seeing at the gravel of. [00:11:04] Chris Schroeder: Well, it's hard. I don't think 70.3 is Ironman. You can draw a lot of parallel parallels, the 70.3 distance. Not as much because those races are dynamic. You are racing. An Ironman is a lot more similar in the sense you. Not raising, you're all just trying to finish. And one of you happens to finish before the others. Definitely the mental attitude that you have in an Ironman of when you're just trying to finish it. I've nothing else to do today. If always I keep putting one foot in front of the other, I will eventually cross the line. That's like the unfortunate gravel mentality for a lot of these 10 plus hour events or. Even the comment, I feel like 125 miles is the common distance for gravel. You're still looking at a seven hour day for the fast guys. Like it's a lot of time out there versus the 71 is really four hours. Most professionals go way under that now. So it's hard to say, like, I think honestly my biggest asset transitioning to gravel was just the amount of time has been being a fan of cycling and why. Professional races and just admiring the tactics. [00:12:09] Craig Dalton: Yeah, I think one of the things that has come up on a number of occasions and in my own personal experience with triathlon was just. Stuff's going to go wrong and you just gotta move forward and get on with it. And the events are long enough that you can have a really bad nutrition or hydration moment and come back around. If you just fuel the system in the right. [00:12:28] Chris Schroeder: absolutely. I think in gravel, The gravel, you can get a little more catastrophic with your failures. You're talking about just breaking everything is breakable on a gravel race tire wheel by Canterbury's yourself. Like it's all up in the air. In a triathlon you can bonk or you can get a flat like those. Those are really the two bad scenarios and the gravel is just, you just don't know what's going to go wrong. There's so many options. [00:12:50] Craig Dalton: Yeah, a hundred [00:12:51] Chris Schroeder: Like for Unbound with, you have to basically be able to rebuild your entire bike is rather than. [00:12:57] Craig Dalton: Speaking of Unbound. So 2020, you sort of get your gravel legs underneath you. You have the good fortune of having sponsors that are willing to pivot with you because gravel was going off more than the triathlon world was you fell in love with it 2021, you register from Unbound. And there's a great video of your experience there. So why don't you talk to us about your experience? What was your. Expectations and goals going in and how did it play? [00:13:22] Chris Schroeder: Unmanned was definitely a little emotional. Like it's a, like, it's a lot that goes into it. It's really very parallel to the Ironman world championships in terms of prestige And just the hype around it. I definitely went into it a little ignorant of just like what's about to happen. I made some just blatant mistakes, but ultimately I just wasn't trained properly for it. And completely just melted in the, it's hard to describe for people that haven't done Unbound it's 200 miles. I think the winter did like 10 hours and 30 minutes this year. So you, would expect this, the race to play out in something in a way that would, you know, relate to someone trying to pace themselves for about long race. In the beginning, like three hours of Unbound are just you're on the pace [00:14:20] Craig Dalton: Did you enter that race thinking I'm going to stick with the lead group? You know, this is going to be my tactic in those first three. [00:14:27] Chris Schroeder: yeah, I just didn't do a couple blatant things. I didn't preview enough of the course. I preview maybe the first like 20 miles and then like mile like 25, we entered this just ridiculous Doubletrack section. Bodies everywhere. And it's like, as a easy tactical error, I was 58 wheels back when we entered that section. And this is probably my biggest advice for anyone racing gravel is it's not ever the effort of being in the front group. That's going to get you. It's the effort of having to chase back onto the front group. That's going to kill you and having to do that twice. Cause there was two Doubletrack sections and both of those sections I wasn't prepared. I was out of. And then leaving them. I had to chase back on. And then those efforts are the ones that really take it out of you where you're doing 10, 15 minutes, just like everything you've got to try and chase back on. That's the effort you can't recover from. And that's also the same effort that you're burning. Very precious fuel. You're brewing your body's heating up, like, you know, the internal temperature and all that's just going up and to ever recover from that. Like you almost have to completely just start going easy to even recover from it. So that's like the thing that kind of like led to the, my, a larger downfall in that race was just those big efforts from just not being prepared with the course that resulted in just like catastrophic kind of blow up that I had. It's hard to say like 200 miles is a lot. It's a lot to train for, to being competitive. And I think that perhaps for 2022, I might actually pivot and race the a hundred mile and Unbound with the thought process of just being like at, in the 200, you know, what's realistic from results standpoint. You know, everything goes well, like my best day, where am I finishing? You know, perhaps on my best day, I'm finishing ninth in the laundry. That's a huge result. I think on an average day I could win the hundred. So from an athlete perspective and a business perspective, I'd have to think, all right, where's the optimal value right now? I'm seeing it in the a hundred, you know, the a hundred got a lot of press still. The winner was on a lot of the magazines are not, he's like the news articles that we came out about it. I think that I might be taking a step back from doing the 200 Unbound this year to refocus and prioritize the a hundred and really go after a result there. [00:17:04] Craig Dalton: Yeah, it is interesting, you know, a hundred is a lot more racing distance than a 200, as you said. I think the top men and women, like they know how to handle that a high-octane three hour, first, three hour of Unbound, and then go back to a more comfortable level and then race, you know, another six hours later. But at least [00:17:23] Chris Schroeder: Absolutely. I think that 200 miles, the thing is this, I think eventually Unbound will suffer from this is that it's not dynamic watching 200 miles race. Ironman has the same problem. It's not interesting watching any of our race because not enough is happening to keep you entertained. Unbound is the same thing. The last five hours of it, or even more boring than the first five we're watching the more boring Bard, because everyone's just dying at that point. And they're just dying in a direction towards the finish line. A hundred mile raising is completely different, you know, it's completely dynamic the whole entire time. You're because it's shorter. People are able to stay together longer and makes for more interesting race. And that's where I think the. I get the gravel has this mindset of like longer is more gravel or something along those lines, but there is a line where you need to just like adding miles for the sake of adding miles is just not like, what's it doing? I had this conversation with Jim Miller at BWR at Cedar city where this year they, it used to end where you do. Like a mile, like 105, you'd go from do like five miles of single track. And then you get on a bike path and it was like three months to finish line and they added like 17 miles of like, you face the thing on track and then just do 17 miles of like nothing gravel and an around like construction sites. Like you're on the road going through like neighborhoods, like you're on the road going through an industrial park. And I was just like, why did you add that? Like, it did nothing for the race. You have this beautiful. You know, you're struggling. You Google, these climbs, you get to the single track, just getting there is such an accomplishment. You've finished this very hard tangled, downhill, single track, and then you're on a bike path to the finish line. And that was like, when you think of a race and you're no, one's saying you have to have a certain distance, so you should just try and have the best race course you can. And by adding those extra miles, you didn't really do. You did the opposite. You made us all finish with the last hour of stuff that we saw. An airplane hanger and a construction site and utility soft. Like I just think that some of these race directors need to not have the mindset of longer is better. [00:19:42] Craig Dalton: Yeah, it's interesting. It's interesting to get your perspective as someone more towards the front end of the race, because I've got the mid pack perspective. And, but I tend to agree with you. Like, for me beyond a hundred miles just is not something I really can ever get fit enough for being, you know, a professional and a family man. Like that's just not happening in my world. So I'm not. Super pro those things and I can in talking to you definitely get it that you're not going to get a very dynamic race with 20 people battling it out. If it's 200 miles, because half of those people are going to drop out from mechanicals. Others are going to drop out through nutrition, and you're going to end up with this battle of attrition that maybe leaves it as we've seen in the last couple of years, two or three people duking out a little bit. Towards the end of the 200. And then maybe if you're lucky it's a sprint finish. [00:20:38] Chris Schroeder: Yeah, I'm the same way. Like I just visit logically like that a hundred mile to like a fast, 125 mile course. That's my sweet spot. And I think that, I don't know if I would say, like, it was a hard lesson to learn that I'm not in this current state of 200 mile racer. I'm a lot better at that a hundred, 1 25 kind of range. Yeah, accepting, like, look, I'm at a couple of these events, like take gravel worlds, for example, like it's just not, it's not great for me. I can do, you know, really well on a faster, less climbing, 125 mile course, but longer than that, I'm just not ready. Like I just don't have the years and miles of this intensity in the legs. Like, even though it triathlon. Obviously still very bike heavy. I don't have the intensity that these races are run out for that long a time. [00:21:29] Craig Dalton: Yeah. Yeah. So speaking of that, What, when you transitioned you talked about this a little bit, but how would you care to characterize your gravel skillset? Are you feeling technically strong or is that still like, you're a horsepower guy from your triathlon days? [00:21:46] Chris Schroeder: it's a hard one. It's definitely something I'm I work really hard to improve. Is my technical skills, not just like Unbound and it's a good example of well early stages. And I would say like the first 30 miles on a mountain, you are in a giant group and you need to be 10. We still don't have to move within that group in a very comfortable way. You need to be really comfortable, bumping elbows and shoulders. And I did a lot to help myself with that. I raised a lot of like criteriums on the local scene. I did a cyclocross this season, all with that in mind. Not only do I want to get better at it. I want to be known as someone who is very proficient at my handling and my positioning, because I think that's one of the biggest gaps in gravel where you can take advantage of is a technical skill, especially for descending. It's very hard. It's not like the road at all. Cause there's so many things going on in any given turn. So just getting better at that skill is something I really wanted to invest in, in the off season. And hopefully that kind of. Pays for itself, this coming season. [00:22:49] Craig Dalton: Yeah, that goes into another one of my sort of desires for the sport. I love when event organizers do throw in technical elements of the course. Cause I do think the best gravel racers that I want to see that I admire. They've got that full bag of tricks, right? They can go well when it's a basic gravel road or pavement, but they also can thrive in the technical elements of the sport. And you definitely see, and it sounds like you're very attuned to. The types of events that are going to suit you well, so maybe you're not going to a super single tracky event today, as you're continuing to build that skillset. [00:23:23] Chris Schroeder: And you're also not going to see me doing like I'm 63 and like 170 pounds. Like I'm not going uphills quick. Like you're not gonna see me a Toshar. I did that race this year and I was like, this is awful. This isn't for the big boys. So like knowing also like, what race am I realistically going to be competitive to that person? What race do I just not like, don't just, don't go do that. Like just don't do that race. You can just skip it. Like there's nothing wrong with skipping a race. So I think it's just a lesson where you have to just sit and go, let's take an honest look at things. This is what I'm good at. This is what I'm horrible at it. So we shouldn't go to races that have a big emphasis on stuff that I'm bad at. I. I definitely agree with you where I think that in gravel, every race should have like one call it feature of just ridiculousness. Like each racing I'll throw in a single track section, throw in some river crossings, you know, something like that. Just to I think it's always fun just to have that one kind of obstacle that race will then become known for. [00:24:20] Craig Dalton: Yeah, it's like a preeminent criteria. It just spices things up. And in this scenario you'd know about it. Right. You know, there's the technical, single track coming up and that it may create a, a. that might be someone's opportunity to take advantage of their particular skillset, knowing full well that, you know, they're less proficient in another discipline. I remember hearing pace and McKelvin talking about the rule of three and racing against the in Boswell. And he's like, you know, Ian's got me in so many different ways, but I did know when, as someone with a mountain bike background, when I hit that single track, it was going to be a huge advantage for me. And I could likely take that to the finish line. And that proved to be. [00:25:01] Chris Schroeder: Yeah, I think that, I think I've even listened to that. Pacing and Ian, where it does, it makes us it up, which keeps gravel interesting. It means that mountain biker has an advantage on the road cyclist. And you know, the flip side of that, of the road psychos has the advantage on the mountain biker and all these different sections. And it just it goes on like BWR, Kansas had like a cyclocross specific section, which favored a bunch of guys from that background. So it just it helps keep grappled fresh. Giving people from all these different disciplines, their chance to shine. [00:25:36] Craig Dalton: A while back, you mentioned your cycling team and the formation of it, the diamond factory racing team. I thought it was interesting as you and I were talking offline. Obviously the director. Professional attitude towards gravel racing is I'm going to become a private tier and I'm going to cobble together my own personal sponsors. And I'm going to overtly take that positioning. You've taken a different approach and you're looking to build a team. And I'm just curious to hear in your own words about that process and why team versus private two year. And what's the vision for the. [00:26:08] Chris Schroeder: That's a hard one to say, like triathlon. It's funny. We talk about private here so much in gravel. All triathlon is private here. That's all you do. So I private tiered for years, five years of private area. I loved it. But the thing when you're a privateer is you have nothing to point at and say like this won't all be gone tomorrow. If you're a privateer, you can wake up the next day. Every single sponsor you have could be gone. It, you know, it sucks to say like, and that's just the business I wanted to. And then when you're done racing, it's all gone completely. It's not coming back. You're if you're not racing, providing them what they want before. Your job's done. So part of the team was I really enjoy the business process of the sport, and I wanted to build something where I can actually transition from being a racer to just being the manager. So the goal was always this long-term vision of, I want to build a program. That's my career. I want my career to be building this team and I want it to be pursued that way. When I talk to people now, I say like the honest truth is I'm in the gravel business. I'm not in the gravel hobby. I'm not in the gravel fitness, I'm in the gravel business and everything I do has somewhat of a business perspective on it. Cause that's just the mindset I have to have for me to ever get this program where I want it to be. And I have, you know, call it a five-year vision board for this team. It's hard to map out because we just don't know what is going to look like every year. It's changing a little bit different regulations that UCI has coming in politics. Drama, it all kind of changes in affects the way that the outcome is going to be. But I know like deep down that I want this program five years from now to be the absolute forefront of this. On the professional scene. I want people entering the sport young age or any aspiration to always be looking to us as that pinnacle of this is what it means to be like a true professional at the same way. Any of us is in cycling or was I guess now it's shuffled a little bit at the. top, but having that team where everyone wants to be on this team means that you've made. [00:28:32] Craig Dalton: So what's step one in that journey. What does 22 look like? [00:28:35] Chris Schroeder: Well, step one was the hardest one. Step one was Brittany and I and Jared coming together and saying, we're just going to start a team. And this was a back in when we first started the program going into 2021, I'm saying we, we decided the biggest thing that we had to put away in our minds was were we had this mindset of rolling to start this team. If we did. Filling the blank. We had to take that away and just say, we're starting a team, no matter what, and we're just going to go with it. So changing that is what led us to step one. And then in 2021, our big gamble, you could say it was, we ended up investing 80, 90% of our budget into content creation. We just said to Jared, and we want the absolute, highest quality possible consistent. I don't care about views. I'm here about likes. We just need consistent high quality content. And that's the investment we're going to make, because we think that's where the value is that we can show it's tangible. We can always point at it and say, here's a product. A sponsor comes, you know, we can show them. This is our asset. A lot of people don't understand when you're talking to sponsors, you need to have definable assets for them to understand for them to latch onto and create value. And that's where the party has been cycling and triathlon where the modern scope of what that is very different than it was five years ago, 10 years ago, simply going to a sponsor saying I raised 20 times a year and I post on Instagram every other week. Do you not really creating value? You're just there. You're just pack fire at that point. [00:30:21] Craig Dalton: Do you have a vision for the type of content that you're aspiring to produce? Is it giving people a closer look at what racing some of these big races is like? Or are you thinking otherwise. [00:30:34] Chris Schroeder: Well, our biggest asset is our series. It's called the equal rod. It's on my YouTube channel and the team's YouTube channel. And that's where we're diverting all of our budget and supporting to creating this series. And we just want it to be a YouTube series. And it's hard to say, like what it shows. We just say that it shows an honest look because you go to these races and everything will go different than you think it will. So we just tell Jared whatever happens, just film it. And it sucks when you're dying on the side of Unbound and you have to DNF and there's a camera in your face and you have to narrate your own misery. It's awful, but that's what we decided to go with it. And it just katelyn Andrew. And you know, there's the flip side of it. I don't know. I had a great race. I'm so happy to talk about it. So we never know what an episode's going to be. We just know it's going to be honest. It's going to be misery. It's going to be glory and everything in [00:31:30] Craig Dalton: gotcha. I'll point people to the YouTube link for that failure in 2021, because I do think it is interesting and it's so real it's truth, right? [00:31:39] Chris Schroeder: Yeah. And that's just the thing is that you have on one of these professionals that will have a bad race and they'll bury it, you know, they'll, they won't post anything about it. Then we'll talk about it. They'll post 10 other things about blah, blah, blah, motivation. And you're like, wait, I saw this build and all of a sudden there's just a gap. And now you're back on this train. Like what happened? Like I want to know, like, I'm following you for a reason. And that's the story. Like I'm not following you. Cause I think you're going to win. I felt like, cause I just want to see your story and your perspective. So we really want to be true to the audience and give them what really happened. [00:32:13] Craig Dalton: that makes sense. So the title sponsor, the team is a company called diamond by. And I wasn't familiar with them. And after doing a little research, I see that they were big in the triathlon world, but they do have a pretty impressive looking gravel bike. Do you want to talk a little bit about the company where it's based and the bike you'll be riding this year? [00:32:35] Chris Schroeder: It's quite the story of how diamond and I came together when I was back living in New York city as a kid at the time before I'd even done my first draft. Ironman hosted iron man, New York city, which was a gimmick. The entire triathlon took place in New Jersey. And then the finish line was in New York city and it was a joke, but I was a kid I volunteered the entire day. I was up at like 3:00 AM. I was just buzzing. I saw all this stuff. It was fantastic. I, you know, it was at the finish line start like, Hey, people that are swim bags and then everywhere I could go, I was, and then at the end of the day, I ended up at the finish line. And if anyone's ever done an Ironman or triathlon, you know that when you cross the finish line, give them more or less just collapse, emotionally, physically, however, they feel like it. So they have volunteers literally there to catch you and you stand in line and they're just young people come in and whoever's first in line catches them one. I was there and you know, this is just 15 year old kid. This pro called TJ Alex and came over in the line. I caught him. I think he finished fifth on the day. One of the coolest experiences of my life. You know, I'm a kid, I just touched a fro. And to me it was just the coolest thing in the world. You know, follow TJ, enjoyed that eventually, you know, a couple of years later I became a pro and then a couple years after that, I went and did a Ironman 70.3 in Argentina. It was in Berlo Chang. One of the prettiest towns I've ever been to. And these races, you know, what they do is they'll put you up and they'll just assign you a hotel room. And I happened to be assigned or hotel room with TJ. So we shared a room in Argentina and we just became friends through that story. And we ended up doing quite a few races together. We raced all over the country. I think TJ, we raised in Argentina, we raised in Peru, we first in the United States and then towards the end, he eventually retired from racing. I went on raised a couple more years, and then eventually I have stepped down from triathlon to gravel and we'd always come in contact. We've always been friends and it was a great relationship. And then he watched what we did in 2021. And then I went to see Otter and I went there pretty much from a business perspective of like, all my sponsors are here. I can sit down and crank out two months worth of emails in two days. Also just a great event, iconic. I highly recommended only considering going, doing that race says any race you want, they have it. And I went there and I saw DJ and it was great. You know, we bumped into there. He showed me the gravel by, we talked, you know, all was good. And we went our separate ways. And then a couple weeks later I kinda got a text from him saying, Hey, I got a idea for you. Let's chat. And six weeks of hardcore negotiating later, we ended with. A multi-year title, sponsorship deal with diamond, and it's become really the linchpin of this team now because of the ability where it guarantees our ability to grow, no matter what happens, we can grow going to 20, 23 now. And that's what this team needs. I need to always have a perspective of what's the next step. If I'm not looking to grow we're stagnating. So closing this deal and being able to have this. Guaranteed to athletes coming on, going to 23, 3, nothing else matters. Everything else can go with that. [00:36:02] Craig Dalton: Yeah, that's pretty unheard of level of security. I imagine for a lot of gravel rates. To put a little bit more color around the brand they're located in Iowa. Is that correct? [00:36:15] Chris Schroeder: Yeah. So this is an American brand, the factories in the morning. I, the bikes are made in Des Moines, Iowa. They're handmade. It's super bespoke, experiencing, if you go on their website, the first thing you're gonna to see is that just like actual diamonds, no, two diamond bikes look the same, every single diamond bike, you get a custom paint job. However you want it funky, traditional everything in between. You work directly with the owner, TJ when you're buying and ordering. And it's just a great experience. I think it's also just unique, you know? You're going to stand out with a diamond. Yeah. They've they launched their gravel and their road bike, their ground bike. The carbide is very new. They launched it mid 2020, and it was a it's interesting. I, when I first saw it, the diamond for the triathletes who are aware of the brand, they made make the fastest triathlon bike on the market. It's non-traditional, it's a beam bike. Pretty much the pioneer for that whole industry of the beam bikes. And when they came to gravel with anything that you said, all right, how can we be the forefront of this? And that's what went into the carbine and just the way that it's laid out the geometry, it's all race focused. Like this bike is a thoroughbred, it's there to win races. And I'm just the thing on top of it pedaling. So That's an interesting perspective. This is probably my first time where it's a lot to say this. I think that we're going to have the fastest bike in gravel. I think the way that our diamonds are built with visioning the mountains, it's weird to say, but I think we are going to have the fastest bike in the sport. [00:38:02] Craig Dalton: That's confidence inspiring. I'm sure. To look down and feel that way. Yeah. It's an interesting bike and I'll make sure to link to it in the notes as well, and fascinating to learn that there's another. Us carbon manufacturing brand out there. Cause there, you know, there's probably only a handful of them in existence in the United States. [00:38:22] Chris Schroeder: Yeah. it's a dynamic that you mainly hear about, like, you always hear like these legendary oh, Italian brands. Five bikes and they cost a million dollars. And I think that was the normal introduction than people think when they think small bear brands, but this one being American, it's just, it's very different. It's very American brand. TJ is American. He tries to be more flamboyant than he is, but he's just a hardcore American and he's a blue collar, hardworking dude. I it's weird. Like he's my boss now, but we've been, we were friends for so many years that it's hard to have. Transitional of like thinking of him as a boss. When I just think of him as like this guy I've traveled the world with, and then he's told me stories about everyone I can think of and you know, we'd sit down and he tells me about his kids and stuff like that. It's just, this guy, when I proposed my fiance and we had a business call and it was like right after I had. We talked, it was like an hour long heritage. We talked five minutes a visit and he, it was like 55 minutes of just mind shattering advice for marriage and life. Like it was these perspectives that just gave me this feeling of someone who really cares about me. He basically talked me into wanting to have a wedding when I really just didn't care. Like he just completely changed my perspective on it. And to have that relationship is really special. [00:39:44] Craig Dalton: Yeah, it sounds like it's going to be an amazing thing to have in your corner this year. And the fact that you guys are building something together confirmed over the next two years, they're just going to be great. It's going to be super interesting to see where it goes. Speaking of this year, what's your, what are your goals this year? Are there big events that you're really thinking about? [00:40:05] Chris Schroeder: It's a little bit up in the air. I just got confirmed for led boat. Like yesterday where I got my Leadville charge on the credit card. Cause that's how they tell you. So that's gonna be a major goal on down. We'll be a major goal in terms of like peak performances, fitness, every race I go to, I'm trying to, when I'm not going to races anymore, that I don't think we're gonna win. I'm gonna win some. Mid-South Unbound SBT, and then a fake sugar and Belgium welfare. I Kansas are all like my main events, but I'm also going to hit a lot of like local grassroots events. I'm starting off my season at gravel, Miami, which is a new event in Miami. And I'm really excited to do that one. It's a flat course, which I'm really excited about a hundred miles. I'm just excited for that race. They're putting us, it's sponsored by Miami brewing company and they rented like three rap video level mansions to house the pros in. [00:41:09] Craig Dalton: Only in [00:41:09] Chris Schroeder: And yeah, it was only in Miami. and it's, you know, it's the treatment that I always dreamed I would get it every race. So I'm going to be a little sad when I come back from it and I realized. Van life and all these events. And I'm really excited for that one. We do, we'll do a couple of other the robot do rendezvous is a hundred mile race in Scottsbluff, just some smaller ones. Like there's something in gravel that is special, that everyone jokes about dying. They call it the spirit of gravel. If you go to these small races, you'll experience that it's special. It's unique and it's weird, but it's still out there, but it's only in these small races. So for me, you know, if I go to Unbound, it feels the same as when I was a professional Ironman. Everyone is, you know, a little tense, a little uptight they're there, everyone's on their peak form. No one really wants to talk and hug and all that. But then you go to these smaller grass root events and it's the opposite of all that. It's, everyone's relaxed. Everyone's just there for the community and the experience and beer. It's great. So I really want to make sure I continue to have those in my schedule to keep me grounded into what I love about the sport. [00:42:23] Craig Dalton: Yeah. Yeah. I think those are there. It's a key thing that's going on in gravel that how races are changing and evolving and no one wants to lose that intimacy and camaraderie, but inevitably like as these races get bigger and more important to people's professional careers. It's undoubted bull that the tenor is going to change at the start line. So yeah, long live the community event. [00:42:48] Chris Schroeder: Yeah. exactly. That's just how it is. And we're actually trying one thing I do. From a business perspective as I try to pull from other sports and it's something, this is unique. And I think that's hopefully going to be a good success that we're going to be trying this year is that at certain races, we're actually going to have a diamond booth in the expo where we're going to have, you know, this year will be a little different cause there's just myself and Brittany and Jared we're in, you know, we're going to be there to try and interact as much as possible. We're going to have team bikes. We're even going to have some demo bikes come by. You can chat with us. And we want to grow that very similar to like motorcross or NASCAR, where people get the experience to come into the pits and they get to look at the garage and see the driver and the mechanics, all working. We wanted to bring that as a way for people to interact more of us on a personal level. And especially in a approachable way, you know, we've all been that fan boy at the expo that sees someone we want to talk to, but you know, they're walking around and they're doing their thing and we don't want to interrupt them. So we thought, how can we. Creative approachable environment that is friendly for the fans. And it's a great way for us to really talk to our fans of our sponsors and say, Hey, you know, this is our bike and you want to here's the demo one, go take it around the block, [00:44:05] Craig Dalton: Yeah. Yeah. [00:44:05] Chris Schroeder: Touch it. [00:44:06] Craig Dalton: I think that'll shine through if you set that intention, which is great. And I think based on this conversation, fans of the sport will have a great way to follow you and your team throughout the year on the video series, and hopefully be able to connect with you at some of these events. So I, Chris, I appreciate all the time today. That's a great conversation. I wish you best of luck and really do look forward to seeing your name up there at the front end of these events. [00:44:31] Chris Schroeder: Yeah, fingers crossed that it eventually gets to that. And for anyone watching, like you're going to see me at an event or two this year, come up, give me a hug. I want to interact with you guys as much as you perhaps wanna interact with me. So just don't be a stranger. [00:44:46] Craig Dalton: Right on. Thanks Chris. So that's going to do it for this week's podcast. I hope you enjoyed the conversation with Chris and I encourage you to follow the diamond factory racing team on social media. I know they've got big plans to show you behind the scenes about what it's like being a professional, gravel racer. In 2022. If you're interested in joining the conversation, I encourage you to visit the ridership. www.theridership.com. It's our free online community. Within the community, you'll find gravel, cyclists of all kinds, whether they be backpackers. Racers commuters, you name it. They're all in there. Everybody in the community shares a common goal and it's just to elevate one another. So, whether you're looking to answer some of those hard questions about what tire to buy or what equipment, what bike to buy, or just need some moral support, the community is there for you. I'm always impressed with the level of interaction and comradery that I see happening that I've got nothing to do with. It is also a great place to get in touch with me. So, if you have any feedback for the show, please just hit me up directly in the ridership. I found inspiration for many, a new episode from the questions that I've received. Through the ridership. So remember that's just www.theridership.com to get started. If you're interested in supporting the podcast. You can visit me at buy me a coffee. Dot com slash the gravel ride. I appreciate any and all support you can provide to my efforts. And hopefully the journey that I've been on as a gravel cyclist has been useful to all of you. Until next time. Here's to finding some dirt onto your wheels

Fitt Insider
118. Jeff Krahel, Co-Founder and CEO of Playbook

Fitt Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 31:00


Today I'm joined by Jeff Krahel, co-founder and CEO of Playbook — an app that helps trainers, athletes, and influencers build a digital fitness business.    In this episode, we discuss the rise of the fitness creator, Playbook's approach to developing a creator-first platform, and Jeff explains how some fitness creators have built multi-million dollar businesses.    More from Fitt Insider    Fitt Insider helps operators stay informed and make better decisions. We produce a weekly newsletter and podcast, curate an industry jobs board, and invest in early-stage companies.   *** Subscribe to our newsletter: https://insider.fitt.co/newsletter/   *** Visit the jobs board: https://jobs.fitt.co/   *** View current investment and get in touch: https://insider.fitt.co/investments/   More from Jeff    Jeff Krahel is Co-Founder and CEO of Playbook, a mobile marketplace enabling top instructors in fitness and athletics to turn their iPhone content into a subscription income. In this role, Jeff oversees all business operations for the company, including monetization, product development, instructor onboarding, community building and investments. Prior to founding Playbook, Jeff was Director at Halmos Capital, where he helped to found and scale a $100M special situations private equity fund which invested across real assets and tech. In addition to his role at Playbook, Jeff is an investor An Ironman athlete, Jeff played D1 soccer at the University of Buffalo, where he majored in Management and Corporate Finance.    Social: https://www.instagram.com/playbook_app/ Website: https://playbookapp.io/

IMTalk
IMTalk Episode 806 – Gustav Iden

IMTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 69:41


This week we have Gustav Iden on the show. We also have News, Discussion of the Week, High 5 and Q&As.

Work Hard Play Hard
411. Creating the Mindset Required to Do the Impossible with Katie Spotz

Work Hard Play Hard

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 48:05


What Katie Spotz has accomplished defies all logic. In fact, while researching for this interview, I had to double and triple-check my sources just to be sure. Katie is a world-class endurance athlete who has shattered world records and defied the impossible on more than one occasion. Her list of accomplishments is so long I couldn't even begin to share them all here. She's run five Ironman triathlons, cycled across the country from Seattle to Washington D.C., run 100 miles nonstop, and swam the entire length of a 325-mile river. We talk about the mindset it takes to accomplish challenges of this ilk and how important it is to have a strong why to keep you going when you're about to give up. In This Conversation We Cover:  [02:01] What an endurance athlete is [04:00] What inspired Katie to attempt cycling from Seattle to DC [08:55] Pushing through the pain [14:04] The desire to push through boundaries and see what's possible [20:44] Mentally preparing for the impossible [27:44] The injuries you expose yourself to doing endurance sports [31:00] What drew Katie to becoming a coast guard [33:18] Why Katie is passionate about access to clean water [35:48] Rapid fire questions Resources: https://www.katiespotz.com/ (katiespotz.com) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/katiespotz/ (@katiespotz) Text "Dream Life" to 310- 388-9724 to get our FREE dream life course Mastermind: https://workhardplayhardpodcast.com/mastermind/ (workhardplayhardpodcast.com/mastermind) Connect with Rob on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/robmurgatroyd/ (@robmurgatroyd) Connect with Kim on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kimmurgatroyd/ (@kimmurgatroyd) To learn more, and for the complete show notes, visit: https://workhardplayhardpodcast.com/ (workhardplayhardpodcast.com) Work Hard Play Hard is a production of http://crate.media (Crate Media)

The TriDot Podcast
Easier Said Than Run: Choosing the Right Shoes

The TriDot Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 64:35


With so many running shoes on the market, how do you select the right shoe for you? On today's episode, host Andrew Harley is joined by Thomas Neuberger and Meaghan Murray, leaders of Believe in the Run. For over ten years, Believe in the Run has provided their readers with straightforward write-ups and engaging video reviews. Their goal is to provide detailed information to guide your next gear choice by spelling out both the nerdy shoe specs, and sharing a "hands-on" experience for all the most popular shoes on the market. Listen in as Thomas and Meaghan describe the shoe review process, discuss carbon-plated shoes, advise what you should be paying attention to for your next purchase, and see what specific considerations they have for triathletes. Huge thanks to Precision Fuel & Hydration for partnering with us on this episode. To learn more about Precision Fuel & Hydration, head to precisionfuelandhydration.com and use code TRIDOT10 for 10% off your electrolytes and fuel. On their site, you can: 1. Take the free online Sweat Test to receive a personalized hydration plan. 2. Complete the Quick Carb Calculator to understand how many grams of carbohydrate you need to consume during your next race. 3. Book a free 20-minute video consultation with a member of the Precision Hydration team to discuss your fueling strategy.

BE with Champions
Dr. Dan Plews - Sports Scientist, Athlete, Coach, Founder of Endure IQ

BE with Champions

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 72:07


Support the show at https://www.patreon.com/user?u=26936856 "The Greg Bennett Show" -   Endure IQ - https://www.endureiq.com/   Show notes    In this episode of The Greg Bennett Show, Greg chats to Dr. Dan Plews. Dan is one of the most requested guests. He appeared on episode 50 and 77 of TGBS, so be sure to go add those to your playlist.   Dan Plews is an Applied Sports Scientist, Researcher and coach. As a Sports Scientist (specialising in the area of Physiology) Dan has worked closely with athletes who have won more than 25 world and Olympic titles in the sports of rowing, kayak and triathlon. Athletes include Mahe Drysdale, Lisa Carrington, Eric Murray and Hamish Bond. As a researcher, Dan completed his PhD in the area of applied heart rate variability (HRV). This work focused on implementing and validating methods regarding the application of HRV to track training adaptation in elite athletes. Since then, Dan has gone onto having more than 21 peer-reviewed publications in the area of applied sports science. Dan is seriously passionate about endurance sport, particularly Ironman triathlon, where he has coached 3 athletes under the 8-hour barrier. He lives and breathes it, and is a competitive Ironman athlete himself. In 2018 he broke the amateur course record at Ironman New Zealand by more than 10 minutes in a time of 8 hr 35 min. Dan thrives on continuous learning and being on the cutting edge of applied sports science. He often throws himself into the depths of new science, measurements and self-quantification to find out first hand the effects that they have on training adaptation.   He's one of the world's greatest minds in endurance sports. He has the practical and personal experience, and he has the science.   See the timestamps below for more detail.   Timestamps   0:00 - Introduction to show. 2:07 - Introduction to Dr. Dan Plews. 5:21 - As Head of Performance Physiology Canoe Racing New Zealand, Dan worked with the Women's Olympic Kayak team during the Tokyo Olympics. Dan discusses his involvement and outlines Lisa Carrington's outstanding performance. 7:56 - Dan talks about how he met and started to work with Javier Gomez 11:57 - Understanding Javier's data and working in the lab was an important approach in establishing the performance gap for Dan while working towards a winning 'gold standard'. Monitoring his HRV via an Oura, and establishing his aerobic threshold, fat oxidation, fat max, anaerobic threshold. 18:08 - Having talked previously and extensively about heart rate variability (HRV), Greg opens the discussion with Dan about health tips for us all in 2022. Dan explains what his best purchases for his own health have been. Ice baths and Saunas. 19:08 - Dan describes how the research has proven the benefits that ice baths provide for us all, not only pro athletes. From a wellbeing and mental health perspective, ice baths improve mood states. 21:52 - Greg and Dan discuss noradrenalin, an organic chemical in the catecholamine family that functions in the brain and body as both a hormone and neurotransmitter. ... The general function of norepinephrine is to mobilize the brain and body for action. Ice baths have been popularized by Wim Hoff - https://www.wimhofmethod.com/ 23:34 - Some of protocols Dr. Dan Plews recommends around ice bathing, time, temperature, frequency. Dan uses a chest freezer converted into an ice bath. 33:02 - Saunas ... what are they good for? What works best, infrared, or steam? 39:58 - Greg asks Dan, what was his best purchase under $100 - HRV app ... https://www.hrv4training.com/ - Shakti mat - https://www.shaktimats.com/ - Whoop - https://www.whoop.com/ 42:22 - For triathlon, what are the different tests Dr. Dan Plews recommends to go and do ... and explains his view on monitoring the salt levels in sweat. 51:35 - Dr Dan Plews has plenty of answers to many questions via the AnyQuestion app. 54:51 - Dan explains how he balances his personal training, with his coaching. 56:49 - How would Dan coach an athlete that had one leg stronger than the other. 01:01:13 - Sign up for Dr. Dan Plews bi-weekly newsletter - The Endure IQ Brew Up over @ https://www.endureiq.com/ 01:01:57 - Dan answers some rapid fire questions from athletes, including the most gifted book Dan has given people - Groundedness - by Brad Stulberg 01:06:59 - When Dan thinks of 'success', who does he think of?   Conclude What's 2022 look like for Dr. Dan Plews. Endure IQ courses - https://www.endureiq.com/courses   Links Be sure and check out bennettendurance.com Find Greg on social media: Twitter Greg Bennett Show Instagram The Greg Bennett Show   Find Dr. Dan Plews on social media: Web: https://www.endureiq.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theplews/ Twitter: Dr Dan Plews LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daniel-plews/

My Marvelous Year
1994 Variant Cover A: Peacemaker, Comics of ’94, and Fullmetal Palschemist!

My Marvelous Year

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 89:59


Dave and Zack talk about wives, HBO Peacemaker, Fullmetal Alchemist, and even what’s up with the comics publishing landscape in 1994! Up Next: My Marvelous Year – 1994 Pt. 3 Incredible Hulk #417 to #420 Just wait for the Vision at Rick Jones’ bachelor party. Iron Man #302 to #305 Venom, Cap, and the Hulkbuster armor. Force […] The post 1994 Variant Cover A: Peacemaker, Comics of ’94, and Fullmetal Palschemist! appeared first on Comic Book Herald.

The Jim Hill Media Podcast Network
Disney Dish Episode 357: How Iron-Man wound up at Hong Kong Disneyland

The Jim Hill Media Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 39:37


Len Testa & Jim Hill start off this week's show by sharing what they've heard about when “Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind” might open at Epcot. They then talk about the very first Disney theme park attraction to be built around a Marvel Superhero Show Notes Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Disney Dish with Jim Hill
Disney Dish Episode 357: How Iron-Man wound up at Hong Kong Disneyland

The Disney Dish with Jim Hill

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 39:37


Len Testa & Jim Hill start off this week's show by sharing what they've heard about when “Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind” might open at Epcot. They then talk about the very first Disney theme park attraction to be built around a Marvel Superhero Show Notes Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Kurt Angle Show
Episode 50: Final Resolution 2007

The Kurt Angle Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2022 94:05


On this episode of The Kurt Angle Show, Kurt and Jon Alba look back 15 years at Kurt's first PPV match of 2007! It's Kurt Angle vs. Samoa Joe at TNA's Final Resolution 2007 in a 30 minute Iron Man match from January 14, 2007 at the Impact Zone! PHYSICALLY FIT.COM - Physically FIT is committed to providing customers, with the highest quality better-for-you protein snack nutrition the entire family will enjoy. Our Physically FIT great tasting high protein air-baked snack innovation is sure to conquers your craving, curb your hunger and ultimately will make your stomach, mind and mouth HAPPY! Check out our wide variety of flavors and snacks at PhysicallyFit.com and use promo code ANGLEPOD20 for 20% off your purchase. GOLIATH LIFE - GoliathLife.com streamlines the life insurance purchase process by allowing you to get quotes from more than twenty carriers all at the same time and at the same place: GoliathLife.com. SAVE WITH CONRAD.COM - If you have credit card debt or in a 30 year loan? Well, we can help you get out of that pinch and save money at the same time! Head over to SaveWithConrad.com for a quick quote.  SHEETZ - Energy drink or Milkshake? Imagine getting your favorite energy-bursting G fuel flavors whipped, iced, and milkshak-ified! Go to www.SHEETZ.com and grab a Focus Freak Milkshake for 3.99 or less! Use offer code ENERGIZE to save $1 when you order on the SHEETZ app!  SUPER SPECIOSA - Super Speciosa has only one ingredient – pure kratom leaf. Kratom is all-natural herb related to the coffee plant that has been used in Thailand for centuries. Try kratom now and get 20% off. Go to GetSuperLeaf.com/ANGLE and get 20% off with promo code ANGLE.  BLUECHEW -Bluechew gives you confidence in bed every time. Visit BlueChew.com and get your first order free when use promo code ANGLE. Just pay $5 shipping! MAGIC SPOON - Go to magicspoon.com/ANGLE to grab a custom bundle of cereal and start your New Year off right! And be sure to use our promo code ANGLE at checkout to save five dollars off your order! ERIC & JEFF LIVE - For the first time ever, WWE Hall of Famers Eric Bischoff and Jeff Jarrett will do a podcast SUPER SHOW together on stage to bring you stories they can't share on the podcast! The VIP Meet and Greet starts at 2:00 PM and will finish before the main show begins at 3:00 PM. * DOORS FOR VIP OPEN AT 2:00 PM * DOORS FOR GA OPEN at 2:45 PM * SHOWTIME is 3:00PM - 5:00PM Concessions, including alcohol, will be available. TIX AVAILABLE NOW AT www.JeffAndEricLive.com The Kurt Angle Show begins a new chapter in the Patreon world. Kurt joins Conrad's four other host at www.ADFREESHOWS.com, the largest collection of wrestling legends on one channel. ADFREESHOWS.com will have every podcast ad free and early, plus bonus content you won't get anywhere else. Join today www.ADFREESHOWS.com Want more of The Kurt Angle Show? Well, head on over to our YouTube channel for clips, full episodes and much more! SEARCH: The Kurt Angle Show Want to look and feel like an Olympian? Head over to BoxOfGimmicks.com and check out all the BRAND NEW tee designs! If you want to promote your business on The Kurt Angle Show it's easy! Fill out a quick form telling us about your business and what you'd like to do over at www.AdvertiseWithConrad.com

Crushing Iron Triathlon Podcast
#547 – Listener Q&A 3.0

Crushing Iron Triathlon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 58:31


This might be the best group of questions we've had. Strategy for adding extra races. Racing yourself into shape. Going longer than planned workouts. Recognizing and anticipating stress. Understanding warm up and cool down. Racing a month after Ironman. Time training vs. Mileage for slower runners. The best time to schedule vacation during a race season. Go-to snacks.  Topics: What's the strategy for peppering in races between your A, B and C races? Racing for pacing Racing yourself into shape Is consistently adding more time and distance to your planned workouts a good thing? Can we toss in bonus rides? Calories in, calories out Stress in, stress out  Anticipate your stress Favorite go-to snacks Find a routine with your food How would coaching benefit me for my 3rd Ironman?  The coaching relationship How important is the warm up and cool down? How long should I strength train into the season? How to tackle another race right after an Ironman? Will Ironman Texas happen? Is “time” still the best way to train if I'm a slower runner, or do I need more mileage? The problem with mileage training When's the best time to schedule vacations during race season? Off week after build blocks is a good time The most overused word ---------- Looking for a Customized Swim analysis in our C26 Hub? Contact Somer: C26Operations@gmail.com  --------------- Coach Mike is accepting full-time athletes. Please check out the benefits of Customized Weekly Coaching here or contact Mike directly at: CrushingIron@gmail.com  Registration is still open for the C26 Club Training Program. Take the worry and stress out of your next year of planning, recovering, taper, etc. The Club membership is good for 12 months from sign up. For more information, please visit www.C26Triathlon.com/the-c26-club Looking for a swim analysis, personalized zones for training, and an awesome experience? Check out our New C26 Hub Training Center in Chattanooga.  C26 Gear is now available (for a limited time) at www.c26triathlon.com/c26-store  A great way to support the podcast!  Looking for an awesome coach? Check out our team of awesome coaches on our Coaching Page on C26Triathlon.com  Big Shout out to podcast listener and Wordpress designer Bobby Hughes for helping get the new c26triathlon.com off the ground. If you like what you see and may need a website, check out Bobby's work at https://hughesdesign.co/ You can also slide by www.crushingiron.com which is now the official blog page for the podcast. Community and coaching information are at www.c26triathlon.com  Our 2020 C26 Camps are sold out (other than swim camp) Find out more on our Camps Page. If you'd like to support the Crushing Iron Podcast, hit up our Pledge Page and help us keep this podcast on the rails. Thanks in advance! Are you thinking about raising your game or getting started in triathlon with a coach? Check out our Crushing Iron Coaching Philosophy Video Please subscribe and rate Crushing Iron on YouTube and iTunes. For information on the C26 Coach's Eye custom swim analysis, coaching, or training camps email: C26Coach@gmail.com Facebook: CrushingIron YouTube: Crushing Iron Twitter: CrushingIron Instagram: C26_Triathlon www.c26triathlon.com Mike Tarrolly - crushingiron@gmail.com Robbie Bruce - c26coach@gmail.com

MegaDumbCast
[MT3 Pg 51] Right Ridge, Wrong Time [Week 30]

MegaDumbCast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 9:21


Wherein we discuss the dumbest thing about the change to Iron Man's origin described in Chapter 28 of The Revenge of Kang, the final module in the Time Warp adventure series for TSR's Marvel Super Heroes Roleplaying Game. Music used under Creative Commons license: "Take Us To The Nearest Starbase" by Astrometrics (https://soundcloud.com/astrometricsband)

Babbittville Radio – Babbittville
Cam Wurf: Season Wrap Up

Babbittville Radio – Babbittville

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 39:40


In August, Cam Wurf went to Ironman Copenhagen and won his first Ironman since Ironman Italy in 2019. What a treat to get to chat with a guy who is a professional cyclist with the INEOS Grenadiers, and in his spare time kicks ass and takes names as a professional triathlete. There is no one… The post Cam Wurf: Season Wrap Up appeared first on Babbittville.

Endurance Planet
ATC 336: In-Depth Sweet Spot Bike Training Guide for Ironman and Beyond, Going From Too High Heart Rates to MAF Focus for Master's Athletes, and More

Endurance Planet

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 58:03


Greg asks: Sweet spot training: How much and how far out for Ironman? Hey guys! I am curious to hear Lucho talk more about sweet spot training on the bike for Ironman. I am 42 with a cycling background and have done some triathlons but starting training for my first full Ironman in 2022 and […] The post ATC 336: In-Depth Sweet Spot Bike Training Guide for Ironman and Beyond, Going From Too High Heart Rates to MAF Focus for Master's Athletes, and More first appeared on Endurance Planet.

Runners Without Limits
Episode 134: RunDisney Recap – Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend Part 1

Runners Without Limits

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 74:31


It's time to recap RunDisney's Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend! In this, Part 1, we discuss our own perspectives on the Expo, 10k, and Half Marathon. With a last minute change of plans for Jen, and Heather's limited race schedule, this is a different perspective than we originally anticipated. Join us for this fun recap! JarOxandspoon on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBtG2cs5svY2CuWF_KM5yjA Sisters Run the World on YouTube:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCj2b6m7QIiZaXXNG5Owyehg   Springtime Surprise Training Plans! https://www.trainingpeaks.com/my-training-plans/runnerswithoutlimits   ***Website***  www.Runnerswithoutlimits.com ***Now on Patreon***  https://www.patreon.com/runnerswithoutlimits Join the Runners Without Limits Group on Facebook For more informative and fun content related to all things running and then some visit the Running Without Limits (Heather Jergensen) channel on YouTube and Facebook Follow us on Instagram: Heather: @CoachHeatherJ Jen: @AQuiltingJewel About Us Heather and Jen are a coach/athlete duo that talk about all things running during a weekly podcast. Heather has been an athlete for most of her life. She took her love of swimming and entered the triathlon world, eventually crushing Ironman. She eventually married her love of running and all things Disney and tackled a number of runDisney runs. This is where she met Jen. Jen began running during her weight loss journey half a dozen years ago. She previously only ran from base to base as a varsity softball player and loathed running. But thanks to her friends and a supportive network, she ran her first 5K. Heather and Jen met as Jen was training for her first half marathon and eventually her first full marathon thanks to Heather's encouragement. The two are now dear friends and share a coach/athlete relationship. This friendship and love for running comes through on their podcast.  All information provided by Heather Jergensen Coaching and Runners Without Limits is of a general nature and is furnished only for educational/entertainment purposes only. No information is to be taken as medical or other health advice pertaining to any individual specific health or medical condition. You agree that use of this information is at your own risk and hold Runners Without Limits harmless from any and all losses, liabilities, injuries or damages resulting from any and all claims.

Long Shot Leaders with Michael Stein
How to do what the other 8 billion people on planet earth have not done with James Lawrence the Iron Cowboy

Long Shot Leaders with Michael Stein

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 49:31


How to do what the other 8 billion people on plant earth have not done with James Lawrence the Iron Cowboy Known as the toughest man alive. James Lawrence is a Canadian-American athlete. He was born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, and currently lives in Utah. He gained media attention in 2015 for setting the current world record for the most Ironman-distance triathlons completed within a single calendar year: GUINNESS WORLD RECORD BREAKER & FAMILY MAN James Lawrence lives with his wife, Sunny, and their five children in Utah. After breaking several Guinness World Records, James wondered if he had truly found his mental and physical limits. He knew there was more. Experience firsthand the remarkable journey of James Lawrence and his family.

Life Lessons: From Sport and Beyond
BITESIZE: Trusting your intuition

Life Lessons: From Sport and Beyond

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 9:18


"Intuition is a powerful thing. More powerful than intellect." - Steve Jobs"The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift." - Albert EinsteinThe power of intuition is a difficult thing to quantify, but numerous hugely 'successful' people have sworn by it. In this week's full length conversation, Jimmy Chin spoke about how he chose to follow his intuition against the wishes of his parents. It led him to becoming a celebrated athlete, photographer and Oscar winning film Director, which he never invisaged happening. In this episode we here from Ironman triathlon legend Chrissie Wellington, who has followed her intuition throughout her life. It led her to becoming arguably the greatest Ironman competitor in history - also something she never expected to happen.**Follow me:on instagram https://www.instagram.com/simonmundie/on twitter https://twitter.com/simonmundieAnd for the 'Mundie on Monday' newsletter - featuring three of the best Life Lessons from three years and over 170 of these conversations - head to simonmundie.comPlease do share this episode with anyone who may benefit, and rate and review wherever you get your podcasts. It makes a big difference and is hugely appreciated.***Finally, a huge thanks to my sponsors, Puresport. Their range of CBD and Nootropics supplements have had a significant impact on how I sleep, manage stress, and focus throughout the day. I can't recommend them enough.CBD has been shown to have benefits for anxiety, inflammation, aches and pains - and it may even be good for long term brain and heart health. And anything that helps keep me well in the long-term rather than having to fix lots of niggles once they arrive gets the thumbs up from me. Combined with their supplements range, Puresport are paving the way in the natural wellness market.Frankly, if nothing else, you have to try their Unwind Oil before bed. You'll sleep like a baby. The good news is that you can get 20% off with code Life20 at checkout. Head to puresportcbd.com and enjoy! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

10 Million Journey
#214: John Cavendish - Tips On Closing Sales Calls, Scaling An Agency, And Seller Central Support

10 Million Journey

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 57:37


My guest today is John Cavendish. John is the CEO of Seller Candy, which is the Expert Amazon Operations arm of an Amazon business. They provide unlimited support and solutions inside Seller Central at an experienced level without the hassle of onboarding and training members onto their team. John is a successful Amazon seller himself. Today we are going to talk about all things operations.   Links from the episode:  Amazing Selling Machine - https://www.amazingsellingmachine.com Capitalism Conference - https://www.capitalism.com Dynamite Circle - https://www.tropicalmba.com/dynamite-circle-events Tropical Nomad - https://tropicalnomad.spaces.nexudus.com/en Investing.io - https://investing.io   Podcasts John Recommend: Freedom Fastlane by Ryan Daniel Moran - https://podcasts.apple.com/freedom-fast-lane My Wife Quit Her Job by Steve Chou -  https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/my-wife-quit-her-job-podcast The Tim Ferriss Show - https://tim.blog/podcast Modern Wisdom by Chris Williamson - https://podcasts.apple.com/modern-wisdom   Books John Recommend: “The Surrender Experiment: My Journey Into Life's Perfection” by Michael Singer - https://www.amazon.com/The-Surrender-Experiment?tag=10mj-20 “The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, And Join The New Rich” by Timothy Ferriss - https://www.amazon.com/4-Hour-Workweek?tag=10mj-20 “New Sales Simplified: The Essential Handbook For Prospecting And New Business Development” by Mike Weinberg - https://www.amazon.com/New-Sales-Simplified?tag=10mj-20 “You Can't Teach A Kid To Ride A Bike At A Seminar: The Sandler Training's 7-Step System For Successful Selling” by John P. Hayes - https://www.amazon.com/You-Cant-Teach-A-Kid-To-Ride-A-Bike-At-A-Seminar?tag=10mj-20   Books Anatoly Recommend: “Awaken The Giant Within: How To Take Immediate Control Of Your Mental, Emotional, Physical and Financial Destiny!” by Tony Robbins - https://www.amazon.com/Awaken-Giant-Within?tag=10mj-20 “12 Months To $1 Million: How To Pick A Winning Product, Build A Real Business, And Become A Seven-Figure Entrepreneur” by Ryan Moran - https://www.amazon.com/12-Months-Million?tag=10mj-20   Youtube Channel Anatoly Recommends: Ryan Daniel Moran - https://www.youtube.com/c/RyanDanielMoran/videos   Connect with John: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thejohncavendish Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jgcuk Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejohncavendish Twitter: https://twitter.com/johngcavendish Company Website and Social Media: Seller Candy - https://sellercandy.com  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/sellercandy Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SellerCandyPro Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sellercandyamz YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/videos   Want to sit down with Anatoly 1 on 1 ? Even though I keep saying I AM NOT A GURU, many of you ask to sit down and pick my brain. I have decided to do a 1h HELP calls. There are 2 purposes: 1st to support you in your journey and second also to be able to break even on the production of this podcast (each episode editing, marketing, guest research etc takes about $60 - $150 to produce). Now you can schedule 1h with me, and we can talk about launching products, hiring, product research, keywords, mindset, how I did an Ironman or anything at all. Link is here - https://calendly.com/anatolyspektor/anatoly-connsulting-1h    ANATOLY's TOOLS:   Product Development: Helim10 - I use it for  Product Research, Keyword tracking and Listing Optimization .  SPECIAL DEAL: Get 50% your first month or 10% every month: http://bit.ly/CORNERSIIH10  Pickfu - I use it for split testing all of my products and for validation ideas .  SPECIAL DEAL: First split test 50% 0ff  https://www.pickfu.com/10mj   Trademarking: Trademark Angels - For all my trademarking needs.  SPECIAL: Mention Anatoly and 10MJ podcast and get 10% Off your trademark.   HR: Fiverr -  I hire my 3dMockup person and images label designer here on Fiverr - http://bit.ly/10mjFIVERR Upwork - I hire people long term on Upwork - upwork.com  Loom.com - for creating SOP's, I record everything on Loom and give to my VA's Keepa.com - to track historical data such as prices   ANATOLY's  3 Favorite  Business Books: DotCom Secrets by Russel Brunson - I think this is a must read for every online entrepreneurs - http://bit.ly/10MJDotCom 4 hours work week by Tim Ferriss  - This book changed my life and made me become an entrepreneur - http://bit.ly/10MJ4WW The Greatest Salesman In The World  by Og Mandino - Old book but it goes to the core of selling -  http://bit.ly/10MJGREATSM    DISCLAIMER: Some Links are affiliate, it costs you nothing, but helps to keep this podcast on the float   Have questions? Go to https://www.10millionjourney.com Follow us on Instagram: @10millionjourney

PHNX Arizona Cardinals Podcast
J.J. Watt is Iron Man

PHNX Arizona Cardinals Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 52:57


In this episode Chierstin Susel and Johnny Venerable react to what J.J. Watt had to say about making a possible return in the playoffs, Kliff Kingsbury's comments about Kyler Murray making his postseason debut and the Rams' glaring weaknesses the Cardinals can exploit. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Crushing Iron Triathlon Podcast
#546 – Do It Now

Crushing Iron Triathlon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 57:31


The little decisions we make each day set the tone for our lives. Happy and Healthy are the goals and depend on which way those decisions fall. Training can always be put off, but if you think of it, do it now. Don't be a robot in search of perfection because it's not going to come. Embrace imperfection AS perfection. Take responsibility for yourself, as we are what we consistently do. And by all means, be selfish with what makes you healthy.  *** Time is running out to sign up for THE C26 CLUB PROGRAM FOR 2022!  Check it out! Topics:  Race Cuts 10 Year Challenge  Do it now Adapt or die You don't need the gear  Perfect Pats  We don't know what the future will bring  Take responsibility We try to buy our way into motivation Built-in Excess Prisoner of the moment You are what you consistently do “There's Plenty of time” Make time for it Peel the onion slowly Don't feel like a robot Overly structured and refined  Outline - Yes, Freedom - Yes Responsible for yourself A time and place for being careful No week is perfect You gotta check all the boxes  Healthy is King Be selfish with what makes you healthy  ---------- Looking for a Customized Swim analysis in our C26 Hub? Contact Somer: C26Operations@gmail.com  --------------- Coach Mike is accepting full-time athletes. Please check out the benefits of Customized Weekly Coaching here or contact Mike directly at: CrushingIron@gmail.com  Registration is still open for the C26 Club Training Program. Take the worry and stress out of your next year of planning, recovering, taper, etc. The Club membership is good for 12 months from sign up. For more information, please visit www.C26Triathlon.com/the-c26-club Looking for a swim analysis, personalized zones for training, and an awesome experience? Check out our New C26 Hub Training Center in Chattanooga.  C26 Gear is now available (for a limited time) at www.c26triathlon.com/c26-store  A great way to support the podcast!  Looking for an awesome coach? Check out our team of awesome coaches on our Coaching Page on C26Triathlon.com  Big Shout out to podcast listener and Wordpress designer Bobby Hughes for helping get the new c26triathlon.com off the ground. If you like what you see and may need a website, check out Bobby's work at https://hughesdesign.co/ You can also slide by www.crushingiron.com which is now the official blog page for the podcast. Community and coaching information are at www.c26triathlon.com  Our 2020 C26 Camps are sold out (other than swim camp) Find out more on our Camps Page. If you'd like to support the Crushing Iron Podcast, hit up our Pledge Page and help us keep this podcast on the rails. Thanks in advance! Are you thinking about raising your game or getting started in triathlon with a coach? Check out our Crushing Iron Coaching Philosophy Video Please subscribe and rate Crushing Iron on YouTube and iTunes. For information on the C26 Coach's Eye custom swim analysis, coaching, or training camps email: C26Coach@gmail.com Facebook: CrushingIron YouTube: Crushing Iron Twitter: CrushingIron Instagram: C26_Triathlon www.c26triathlon.com Mike Tarrolly - crushingiron@gmail.com Robbie Bruce - c26coach@gmail.com

Marvel by the Month
May 1970 - "Unmasked At Last!"

Marvel by the Month

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 104:03


Stories Covered In Detail This Episode:"Unmasked At Last!" - Amazing Spider-Man #87, written by Stan Lee, art by John Romita and Jim Mooney, ©1970 Marvel Comics"The Controller Lives!" - Iron Man #28, written by Archie Goodwin, art by Don Heck and Johnny Craig, ©1970 Marvel ComicsFor more than 30 additional minutes of this episode, support us on Patreon at the $4/month level to get access to our super-secret bonus feed of content. The expanded edition of this episode includes our conversation about Amazing Adventures #1 and Astonishing Tales #1, including a brief history of Marvel's distribution woes, its track record with split books, the return of Wally Wood, and the minor miracle that is Black Widow discovering East Harlem."Marvel by the Month" theme v. 2.0 by Robb Milne, sung by Barb Allen, with bass by Ryan ‘Biff' Dudder. All incidental music by Robb Milne. Visit us on internet at marvelbythemonth.com, follow us on Instagram at @marvelbythemonth and support us on Patreon at patreon.com/marvelbythemonth.Much of our historical context information comes from Wikipedia. Please join us in supporting them at wikimediafoundation.org.

10 Million Journey
#213: WBU - Sales Down, Life Changing Hike And Me Going Offline

10 Million Journey

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 13:45


  This episode is a regular Weekly Business Update. All revenue/profit numbers are inside the episode. Follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/10millionjourney/ Want to sit down with Anatoly 1 on 1 ? Even though I keep saying I AM NOT A GURU, many of you ask to sit down and pick my brain. I have decided to do a 1h HELP calls. There are 2 purposes: 1st to support you in your journey and second also to be able to break even on the production of this podcast (each episode editing, marketing, guest research etc takes about $60 - $150 to produce). Now you can schedule 1h with me, and we can talk about launching products, hiring, product research, keywords, mindset, how I did an Ironman or anything at all. Link is here - https://calendly.com/anatolyspektor/anatoly-connsulting-1h  ANATOLY's TOOLS: Product Development: Helim10 - I use it for  Product Research, Keyword tracking and Listing Optimization . SPECIAL DEAL: Get 50% your first month or 10% every month: http://bit.ly/CORNERSIIH10  Pickfu - I use it for split testing all of my products and for validation ideas . SPECIAL DEAL: First split test 50% 0ff  https://www.pickfu.com/10mj Trademarking: Trademark Angels - For all my trademarking needs. SPECIAL: Mention Anatoly and 10MJ podcast and get 10% Off your trademark. HR: Fiverr -  I hire my 3dMockup person and images label designer here on Fiverr - http://bit.ly/10mjFIVERR Upwork - I hire people long term on Upwork - upwork.com  Loom.com - for creating SOP's, I record everything on Loom and give to my VA's Keepa.com - to track historical data such as prices ANATOLY's  3  Favorite Business Books: DotCom Secrets by Russel Brunson - I think this is a must read for every online entrepreneurs - http://bit.ly/10MJDotCom 4 hours work week by Tim Ferriss  - This book changed my life and made my become an entrepreneur - http://bit.ly/10MJ4WW The Greatest Salesman In The World  by Og Mandino - Old book but it goes to the core of selling -  http://bit.ly/10MJGREATSM  DISCLAIMER: Some Links are affiliate, it costs you nothing, but helps to keep this podcast on the float I am doing more live interviews this year, to watch them: Follow 10MJ on https://www.fb.com/10millionjourney Follow us on Instagram: @10millionjourney  

Remarkable People Podcast
David Richman | Processing the Emotional Side of Trauma, Avoiding the SAD Wagon, & Forming Meaningful Relationships | S4 E77

Remarkable People Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 88:16


EPISODE OVERVIEW: Have you heard the one about the guy who was raised by parents with a 38-year age difference between them? You know, the one that was held at gunpoint, robbed of everything, and left for dead in Las Vegas at 18?  The young man who became a single dad raising his twin children alone, lost his sister to brain cancer at an early age, but yet still managed to work his way from labor at fast food restaurants to managing hundreds of financial advisors on Wall Street. Ladies and gentlemen, all this and more on this week's episode of the Remarkable People podcast, the David Richman story! GUEST BIO: David is an author, public speaker, philanthropist, and endurance athlete whose mission is to form more meaningful human connections through storytelling. In his first book, Winning in the Middle of the Pack, he discussed how to get more out of ourselves than ever imagined. With Cycle of Lives, David shares the interconnected stories of people overcoming trauma and delves deeply into their emotional journeys with cancer.He continues to do Ironman triathlons and a wide range of endurance athletic events, having recently completed a solo 4,700-mile bike ride. He is married, lives in Southern Nevada, and has twins who are in college. FEATURED QUOTE(S): “We either mirror the past, or reflect it.” – David Richman EPISODE PROUDLY SPONSORED BY: Ronald McDonald House Charities SHOW NOTES:  SPECIAL OFFERS, LINKS, GUEST CONTACT INFO, & OTHER RESOURCES MENTIONED:Contact Info:Website: www.cycleoflives.orgFacebook: www.facebook.com/cycleoflivesInstagram: www.instagram.com/davidrichman_cycleoflives HOW TO SUPPORT THE REMARKABLE PEOPLE PODCAST:Subscribe, Rate, & Review  us on YouTube, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or any of your favorite Podcast PlayersShare the podcast and specific episodes with your family, friends, co-workers, and church groups to help more people be encouraged and growSponsor / Donate what you can financially to help us continue to bring great content that inspires you and people around the world with the Remarkable true life stories that inspire us all to grow, feel purpose, and overcome the obstacles in our way. HAVE A QUESTION?Click Here to Connect with David THANKS FOR LISTENING TO THE REMARKABLE PEOPLE PODCAST!

Marvelvision
Marvel's 2021 In Review

Marvelvision

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 103:48


This week we're taking a look back at the year that was, and what Marvel's 2021 was all about. It turns out this was the biggest MCU year of all, with more hours of Marvel available than anybody could have imagined back when Robert Downey Jr first said "I am Iron Man."With four films and five TV series, the MCU exploded outwards in 2021. New doors were opened, new characters introduced and new directions were explored. What worked? What didn't? And did DC even remotely try to keep up?All of this and more this week on Marvelvision!

IMTalk
IMTalk Episode 805 – Thorsten Radde

IMTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 65:25


This week we get Thorsten Radde back on the show. He covers the triathlon money list for 2021. You can follow Thorsten at www.trirating.com We also have News, Discussion of the Week, High 5 and Q&As.

The TriDot Podcast
Preventing & Treating Triathlon Injuries: Above the Waist

The TriDot Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 64:45


With all the swimming, biking, running, stretching, and lifting you do to train for a multi-sport lifestyle, you put your body through A LOT! Chances are you've dealt with an unpleasant ache or pain. Today's episode is part two in a three-part series covering injury prevention for various portions of your body. In part two, Dr. B.J. Leeper provides an injury-prevention-focused anatomy lesson on a triathlete's upper body! Learn to prevent and treat "swimmer's shoulder," nerve compression in the arms and hands (cyclist's palsy), neck and back pain in your aero position, and more.

BE with Champions
From the archives: Tim Don - 4 x World Champion, 3 x Olympian, Ironman World Record holder, ”Man with the Halo”

BE with Champions

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 99:23


Tim Don has been a fierce competitor a peer, and a friend, for almost 20 years.  He has an unbelievable resume of performances which includes 4 world champion titles, 3 Olympic Games, and a world record in the Ironman of 7.40.23, but this is only one part of this man's journey.  Three days prior to the 2017 Kona Ironman World Championships, where he was a heavy favorite he was struck by a car and broke a vertebra in his neck. His process in dealing with this incredible setback and his journey back to the top of the world is truly one of the most inspiring stories you will ever hear.

The High Performance Podcast
E98 - Chrissie Wellington: Racing the imperfect race perfectly

The High Performance Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 72:57


Chrissie Wellington OBE is a former British professional triathlete and four-time Ironman Triathlon World Champion. She held all three world and championship records relating to ironman triathlon races and remains the world record holder for Ironman distance (8hrs,18 mins). But her success doesn't stop there, she also has an MA in Econ Development Studies, is the Global Lead for Health and Wellbeing for parkrun and is a Sunday Times Best Selling author. As a child her dad told her to ‘seize every opportunity and make a mark on the world for all the right reasons.' She's certainly achieved that, and in this podcast, she reveals how you too can learn to trust yourself, believe in what you are capable of and be the best you can be.Chrissie has released two children's wellbeing storybooks with friend and former athlete Susie Bush-Ramsey entitled You're so strong and You're so amazing, available to buy here. .......Big name guests announcing soon for LIVE TOUR in 2022. Don't miss out: https://sjm.lnk.to/HPPL Buy our book ‘Lessons From the Best on Becoming Your Best: http://smarturl.it/hv0sdzBuy the audiobook: https://adbl.co/3xQQSCF And remember to check out our website for more exclusive merchandise and to join our members club THE HIGH PERFORMANCE CIRCLE where you can get exclusive podcasts, keynote speeches and boosts from some very special guests. Just go to www.thehighperformancepodcast.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Rich Roll Podcast
Coaches' Corner: Ritual Over Routine, Recalibration Over Resolution & Craft Over Competition

The Rich Roll Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 150:00


Goals are great. But far more important is who you become in the pursuit of said goals. Focus on the inside work. Process over results. Craft over competition. Ritual over routine. Recalibration over resolution. And watch your world change.After an extended break, the ever-so-popular Coaches' Corner edition of the podcast is back with not one Olympian, not two Olympians, but three Olympians on deck.Packed with past podcast faves, today's panel features endurance legend and Coach's Corner OG Chris Hauth, swimmer Caroline Burckle, and track and field turned marathon superstar (and my Malibu Triathlon relay teammate!) Alexi Pappas.For those new to the pod, Chris is a sub-9 hour Ironman champion, a former Olympic Swimmer and professional triathlete, a veteran of many an ultra-endurance challenge, my ÖTILLÖ Swimrun World Championship teammate, and one of the world's most respected endurance coaches.Caroline (aka Burks) is a former elite competitive swimmer & Olympic medalist with 23 All American titles, 2 NCAA individual victories & NCAA Female Swimmer of the Year accolades to her name. She is the co-founder of RISE, a mentor program that pairs Olympic athletes with young elite athletes for support and guidance.And finally, Alexi is a runner, award-winning writer, poet, actor, and filmmaker. In addition to setting the Greek national record in the 10,000 meters at the 2016 Olympics, Alexi has co-written, co-directed, and co-starred in three feature films and authored the bestselling memoir Bravey, a primer on self-actualization, surviving trauma, and pursuing disparate dreams.Today Chris, Caroline, & Alexi share sage advice on everything from endurance, training, goal setting, and more.But this is not your average kick in the pants “new year-new you” narrative. Instead, it's a collective effort to voyage beyond the tired tropes and well-trodden bullet points. Courtesy of Olympic, experience-based wisdom, it's about leveraging fitness to evolve, grow, and live according to your values.Not only will this conversation set you on a better path to actualizing your goals, but—more importantly—it will put you on a healthy and sustainable, long-term trajectory to becoming the better, more self-actualized you within.To read more, click here. You can also watch it all go down on YouTube. And as always, the podcast streams wild and free on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.Chris, Caroline, and Alexi are some of my favorite people. This trifecta is over the top. My hope is that their words inspire you to bust through analysis paralysis and any preconceived notions you have about who you are and what you're capable of.Enjoy!Peace + Plants, See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Rich Roll Podcast
Joe De Sena On True Resilience, Choosing Your Hard & Why Discomfort Is Oxygen

The Rich Roll Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 102:11


We all have big dreams. But are you willing to pay the price required to make them manifest?There's a big difference between those who quit and those who commit.At the core of that difference is one's ability to tolerate discomfort.Discomfort is the price we pay for resilience.And resilience is the foundation of growth.Few grasp and practice this truth better than Spartan Race founder and CEO Joe De Sena, returning to the podcast to usher us into the new year correct and jumpstart our new year's ambitions into action.Joe last graced the studio in December of 2020 (RRP #567), a conversation that probed his absolutely fascinating backstory and left us with powerful insights on the limits we impose on personal possibility.Continuing in the spirited annual tradition we have here to launch the new year with an uncomfortable kick in the pants, I thought it fit (literally) to invite Joe back for a more focused elaboration on the truths, mindset tools and motivation to translate ambition into positive results.For those new to Joe, he's the entrepreneurial mastermind behind Spartan—the obstacle course racing series that became a global phenomenon, and the evil genius behind Death Race—perhaps the most absurd sufferfest ever conceived.He's also an absolute endurance freak. Example A: in a mere week, Joe completed the Vermont 100 mile run, Ironman Lake Placid, and the Badwater 135. In addition, he crushed 50 ultramarathons and 14 Ironman events in a single year (a certain kind of insanity that must be some kind of record). And he's the kind of guy who, on a whim, once ran from New York City to Vermont.Joe's most striking talent is his facility for motivating the best out of people—a skill committed to print in his new book, 10 Rules For Resilience, which is a guide to developing mental toughness.Today we deconstruct resilience in all its forms—why it's crucial to growth and how to cultivate it.We also go deep on discipline, courage, and discomfort. The importance of personal values in adhering to your goals. How to navigate failure. And why your reaction to challenging situations defines you.And finally, we explore the importance of imbuing these principles into our parenting.Joe is a force of nature—a bullshit-free and 100% authentic lunatic. But his heart is huge. His experience-based message is powerful. And paired with practical tools fundamental to shattering stagnation.To read more click here. You can also watch it all go down on YouTube. And as always, the podcast streams wild and free on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.May his words propel you to craft your own challenge for this impending new year—something extraordinary.So let's dive into it 2022 headfirst. Or, as Joe is fond of saying, fire, ready, aim.Peace + Plants, See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.