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This week, Dave Clements joins us to tell us the amazing story of completing both Celtman and the Beyond the Ultimate Namibia 5 day Ultramarathon. Impressive enough, until you discover that Dave's training is disrupted by spending 4 weeks at a time living in a tiny pressurised container under water, while he works as a commercial deep sea diver ! SponsorsLike what you heard in this interview? Join hundreds of other age group triathletes making the most of their limited training time, training with Team OxygenAddict! http://team.oxygenaddict.com - The most comprehensive triathlon coaching program for busy age groupers. To find out more, You can book a zoom, phone or skype call with Rob or the Team here Watch on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/@TeamOxygenaddictListen on Spotify: http://bit.ly/OATriPodSpotifyListen on Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/OATriPodiTunesprecisionfuelandhydration.comThis show is brought to you by Precision Fuel & Hydration, who have a range of tools and products to help you personalise your fuelling and hydration strategy so that you can perform at your best. Take the FREE Fuel & Hydration Planner to get a personalised race nutrition planBook a free 20-minute hydration and fueling strategy video consultationDidn't catch the discount code to get 15% off your first order of fuelling and hydration products, drop Andy and the team an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and they'll be happy to help youUseful Blogs:Why sodium is crucial to athletes performing at their bestWhy do athletes suffer from cramp?How much carbohydrate do athletes need per hour?Which energy products are right for you?Check out Precision Fuel and Hydration on social channels here:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/precisionfandh/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/precisionfandhTwitter: https://twitter.com/precisionfandh
I don't think life ever prepares us for what's to happen. I think we learn from what hurt us and use it as gas to go further, deeper even. 4 Months of running the pavement and showing up for himself. This Is what ultra training for the first time has brought into Justin's life and the people around him. Goggins Book: https://a.co/d/8hVCE0hYoutube VIDEO : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lOJUA0R3OEgSupport the showLinks: https://www.hello.chancieraefit.com
Take a run with The Human Potential Running Series podcast. For Episode 26 we welcome HPRS runner Stefan Schuster to discuss Ultra Cults. A cult is a misplaced or excessive admiration for a particular person or thing. While ultra running in and of itself can be considered a cult, there are numerous cults within the sport itself and in this episode we list them out!
Action Plan: https://jimharshawjr.com/ACTION Free Clarity Call: https://jimharshawjr.com/APPLY It's one thing to compete in the “Eco-Challenge.” It's another to do so with Alzheimer's. This is the true story of the phenomenal father and son duo, Travis and Mark “Mace” Macy. You may remember Travis Macy from episode 353— or for the longtime listeners, episode 52. Well, this interview is totally different and even more incredible than our prior conversations. Travis is a professional endurance athlete and coach, and a finisher of over 130 ultra-endurance events in 17 countries. He is also the author of “The Ultra Mindset: An Endurance Champion's 8 Core Principles for Success in Business, Sports, and Life.” Travis is back on the Success Through Failure podcast, this time with his father, Mark “Mace” Macy— who is one of the godfathers of endurance racing. In this interview, the amazing father and son duo talk about their latest book, “A Mile at a Time: A Father and Son's Inspiring Alzheimer's Journey of Love, Adventure, and Hope,” and how Mace has chosen to live through his disease and not just let it be a death sentence. Listen to their story now! If you don't have time to listen to the entire episode or if you hear something that you like but don't have time to write it down, be sure to grab your free copy of the Action Plan from this episode— as well as get access to action plans from EVERY episode— at http://www.JimHarshawJr.com/Action.
Why does someone run an ultra-marathon? How does one's faith help them run ultra-marathons? Today we have Jesse Ellis with me and he discusses how he got into running long distance and ultra-marathon. he has completed more than 30 ultra marathons the past 9 years including a 100 mile run! But how his faith has helped him through some dark days is paramount to who he is. This is a great show as we hear from Jesse Ellis and his extreme running adn his extreme faith.
“I was feeling pretty crummy as I was going up Hope Pass the second time. Everyone kept telling me that I was crushing it and by the time I got to the top I started to believe them.” Adrian MacDonaldand Co-host Ethan Pence discuss the iconic Leadville 100 trail race, what it feels like to win it 2 times in a row, how his life has changed, favorite parts of the course, crossing the finish line, their early running experiences, and sponsorship. Support Road Dog Podcast by: 1. Joining the Patreon Community: https://www.patreon.com/roaddogpodcast 2. Subscribe to the podcast on whatever platform you listen on. GO SLEEVES: https://gokinesiologysleeves.com Allwedoisrun.com Adrian MacDonald Contact Info: Website: https://www.adrian.run FB: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100081373238233 IG: https://www.instagram.com/macdonaldadrian/ Ethan Pence Contact Info: IG: https://www.instagram.com/miles_pence/ Coaching IG: https://www.instagram.com/penceultracoaching/ Luis Escobar (Host) Contact: email@example.com Luis Instagram Kevin Lyons (Producer) Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org yesandvideo.com Music: Slow Burn by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Original RDP Photo: Photography by Kaori Peters kaoriphoto.com Road Dog Podcast Adventure With Luis Escobar www.roaddogpodcast.com
Getting older doesn't mean giving up on your mountaineering, ultrarunning, and long-distance hiking dreams. But you may need to train differently than you did at 30. In this episode, I talk about how your body's need for rest increases with age and show you some simple ways to optimize your recovery. Under 40? You can also benefit from these tips, especially if you tend to overtrain.Resources Mentioned:Fast After 50 Book (aff. link)Lucy Bartholomew's IG postTraining Cycles podcast Holiday Survival Workshops and Breathwork SessionsClick here to view the calendar of events and register Life/Health Coaching With SarahTo schedule a coaching discovery call with Sarah, you can do any of the following:DM me on InstagramSchedule directly on my calendarEmail me through the contact form on my website
This week we sit down to chat with Scott Traer, Race Director for the Desert Runner Trail Series, to preview the upcoming McDowell Mountain Frenzy, which takes place on December 3rd and is the second race in the DRT Series. We also chat about the JFK 50 Mile, Spartan Golden Gate Classic as well as the upcoming Fat Ox Endurance Runs and the Ultra-Trail Cape Town 100K. Quick takes include Camille Herron's goals at Desert Solstice, the pitfalls of live-streaming races, the (possibly real?) bear suit cross country run attempt, and 3 of the all-time ugliest running shoes.
Take a run with The Human Potential Running Series podcast. For Episode 25 we welcome HPRS runner Stefan Schuster to discuss his journey into thru hiking. We also talk about fast packing and how backpacking experiences cross over into ultrarunning as an exceptional way to train.
Wer kann sich nicht an seinen langersehnten 18. Geburtstag erinnern. Endlich volljährig. Endlich darf man alles machen. Man ist erwachsen - zumindest auf dem Papier ;) Die nächsten großen Geburtstag sind dann meist die runden. Die 20 ist auch noch cool, weil man sich plötzlicher reifer fühlt als die ganzen Teenies. Wenn man die 30 voll macht, ist man meist wirklich mitten im Leben. Berufliche Karriere ist meist gut angelaufen, viele haben schon eine Familie gegründet. Mit 30 ist man definitiv reifer. Ja, und dann geht´s für viele los. Wenn einmal die 40 erreicht ist, gibt es ein sehr spannendes Jahrzehnt, welches oft von Hoch´s und Tief´s geplagt ist. Die Karriereleiter ist schon recht weit erklommen und der Familienalltag ist mittlerweile reine Routine. Aber was kommt jetzt? Die Vierziger sind vermutlich das krasseste Jahrzehnt, wenn es um das Thema Midlife-Krise geht. Durch den vorhandenen Alltagstrott und das immer Höher, Schneller, Weiter unserer Gesellschaft stellen viele ihr Leben und den Sinn dessen in Frage. Man hat soweit alles erreicht, was man erreichen will. Was kommt jetzt? Ändert sich noch was? Und neben der Angst vorm Älter werden, kommt für viele die Sinnkrise. Für einige ist der 40ste Geburtstag auf emotional schwierig, weil man dann ja nur noch 10 Jahre von der 50 entfernt ist. Und mit 50 ist ja bekanntlich das Leben so gut wie vorbei, oder?! Ja, der 50ste Geburtstag ist sicherlich wieder ein ganz besonderer runder Geburtstag. Es ist immerhin ein halbes Jahrhundert. Ich habe schon öfter mitbekommen, dass es einige Menschen gibt, die vor diesem Geburtstag wirklich Angst haben. So, als wenn das Leben dann wirklich zu Ende geht. Angst vorm Älter werden erst mit 50? Oder schon früher? Natürlich ist der 50ste ein ganz besonderer Meilenstein. In den letzten Tagen, als bei mir noch eine 4 vorne stand und die 5 immer näher rückte, ja, ich gebe es zu, war ich auch etwas melancholisch und habe viel darüber nachgedacht. Über mein Leben. Meine Vergangenheit, meine Gegenwart und meine Zukunft. Es ist schon ein komisches Gefühl, dass man mit ziemlicher Sicherheit, jetzt wirklich seine eigene Halbzeit auf Erden überschritten hat. Und, mal ganz ehrlich, wenn Du auf Dein eigenes Leben zurück schaust. Egal ob Du 40, 50, 60, 70 oder in einem anderen Alter bist, ist die letzte Hälfte Deines Lebens nicht unheimlich schnell vergangen? Mir geht es wirklich so, als wenn meine 20er, 30er und 40er wie im Zeitraffer verflogen sind. Lagen da wirklich immer genau 10 Jahre dazwischen? Ich meine, waren die jeweiligen 10 Jahre auch wirklich gleich lang? Oder gab es ein Ungleichgewicht im Sonnensystem, dass die Tage und Nächte einfach kürzer wurden und dadurch die Jahre schneller verflogen? Bei mir kam auch ein kurzer Anflug von Angst. Vom Bewusstsein der eigenen Endlichkeit. Aber dann, ich weiß nicht genau, was den Auslöser gab, dachte ich an viele Freunde, Bekannte und Familienmitglieder, die ihren 50sten Geburtstag gar nicht erst erreicht haben. Die teilweise noch nicht mal ihren 40, 30 und ein paar sogar noch nicht mal ihren 20sten erreicht haben. Dieser Moment hat bei mir alles verändert. Von einer Sekunde auf die andere spürte ich auf einmal eine tiefe Dankbarkeit. Dankbar dafür, dass ich meine 50 Jahre erreichen durfte. Denn viele Menschen haben dieses Privileg leider nicht. Und ja, ich sehe das mittlerweile als Privileg. Das Privileg älter werden zu dürfen. So wie einen Meilenstein in einem Projekt. Wie bei einem Marathon. Ähm, naja, besser gesagt, wie bei einem Ultramarathon. Alle 10km ist ein neuer Meilenstein erreicht, auf den man Stolz ist. Oder wie in einem Business-Projekt. Du weißt, was ich meine, oder? Ich hatte noch nie eine wirkliche Angst vorm Älter werden. Aber kurz vor meinem 50sten war ein leichter Anflug da. Bis eben zu dem Moment, als mir die Besonderheit bewusst wurde, über meinen 50sten erleben zu dürfen. Denn ich LEBE. Und mir geht es gut. Ich bin gesund, habe eine tolle Frau und ein wunderschönen Leben. Und dafür bin ich dankbar. Und ja, ich freue mich jetzt schon auf meinen 60sten und die kommenden runden Geburtstage. Immer in der Gewissheit, dass es viele Menschen aus meinem Umfeld geben wird, die das leider nicht erreichen werden. Ich hoffe, ich konnte Dir, sofern Du Dir auch schon mal Deine Gedanken dazu gemacht hast, oder gar eine Angst vorm Älter werden hast, ein wenig diese nehmen und evtl. Deinen Blickwinkel darauf etwas ändern. Von Angst vorm Älter werden zu in Dankbarkeit älter werden. In diesem Sinne, ich wünsche Dir noch viele runde Geburtstage! Dein, Tom +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Mehr Freiheit, mehr Geld und mehr Spaß mit DEINEM eigenen Podcast. Erfahre jetzt, warum es auch für Dich Sinn macht, Deinen eigenen Podcast zu starten. Jetzt hier zum kostenlosen Podcast-Workshop anmelden: http://Podcastkurs.com +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ So fing alles an. Hier geht´s zur allerersten Episode von TomsTalkTime.com - DER Erfolgspodcast. Und ja, der Qualitätsunterschied sollte zu hören sein. Aber hey, dass war 2012... :) 001 – Willst Du mehr Erfolg im Leben? Erfolg kann man lernen. Jeder. Im Erfolgspodcast TomsTalkTime von Tom Kaules lernst Du in inspirierenden Interviews und einzelnen Storys die Strategien von erfolgreichen Unternehmern und Prominenten. Du lernst in Experten-Interviews wie erfolgreiche Menschen erfolgreich geworden sind und warum sie erfolgreich bleiben. Wie sie den richtigem Umgang mit Erfolg und auch den Umgang mit Niederlagen gelernt haben. Das richtige Mindset ist wichtig, um richtig viel Geld zu verdienen, glückliche Beziehungen führen, mit sich selbst im Einklang zu sein und dadurch Beruf und Familie bestens miteinander vereinbaren zu können. Einschalten. Zuhören. Sich motivieren und Inspirieren. Lernen. Tun. Erfolg haben.
James is a Content Creator, Performance Coach, and endurance athlete who recently set two world records by bear crawling an ultra marathon (31 Miles). James has a strong passion for bringing awareness to mental health through physical feats and plans on doing many more outlandish things to inspire others and spread awareness about his cause. Key Points: Recovery after bear crawling 31 miles What training looked like preparing for the bear crawl Coming up with a training plan for the bear crawl Breaking through self-limiting beliefs Staying healthy and injury-free while training for hours per day Mindset practices that James used during training Shedding the old version of yourself and stepping into a new life What was going through James' mind the morning of the crawl The most difficult part of the bear crawl and how he overcame it Letting go of the end result and being present in the moment What nutrition looked like throughout the 24-hour bear crawl Overcoming the voices in his head telling him to quit Getting his life back into balance What makes James excited to do life moving forward Managing seasons of imbalance and learning about yourself through the process The things that light James up and make him excited about life How James plans on using social media to positively impact people's lives What are the intentions James has to live as the best version of himself Advice James would give to himself at the beginning of this journey James' definition of ‘ambition' Connect with James: Instagram: @james.boria TikTok: @jamesboria YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCF7-LkWzMu_1vEtWgiBagww/videos Connect with Dom: Join my FREE Fitness Community on Upspace: https://link.getupspace.com/profile/domfusco Instagram: @dominicfusco TikTok: @dom_fusco YouTube: Dominic Fusco LinkedIn: Dominic Fusco
“Open your hearts to the mountains and the people and the lakes and the rivers.” Hello From Bhutan is the first podcast to come out of Bhutan ft. everything you should know and did not know you should know from the land of Gross National Happiness. The show is hosted by Bhutanese journalist, Namgay Zam. Listen in as they interview each other and include a chief tourism office member about the visiting Bhutan. Hear about the Snowman Race, climate change, tourism and running. Support Road Dog Podcast by: 1. Joining the Patreon Community: https://www.patreon.com/roaddogpodcast 2. Subscribe to the podcast on whatever platform you listen on. GO SLEEVES: https://gokinesiologysleeves.com Allwedoisrun.com Namgay Zam Contact Info: FB: https://www.facebook.com/hellofrombht Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4uX9Hh8yE6RNYEY2BC7RcK Luis Escobar (Host) Contact: email@example.com Luis Instagram Kevin Lyons (Producer) Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org yesandvideo.com Music: Slow Burn by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Original RDP Photo: Photography by Kaori Peters kaoriphoto.com Road Dog Podcast Adventure With Luis Escobar www.roaddogpodcast.com
How did one woman's quest to conquer a 100 mile marathon came crashing down? Amazing story of one woman's challenge to take on the Iron Man challenge. Could you do it? Kyrie Irvin suspension is about to end. Was it fair? One man's challenge with brittle bone disease doesn't stop him from playing sports. How is that possible?https://twitter.com/wcispodcast2021https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100063981691751
In this episode of Real Conversations, Jacob O'Connor recaps his 50 mile ultramarathon experience. About 5 weeks ago, he signed up for an Ultra, and after getting sick was only able to train for about 3 weeks. He went from essentially not running at all, to completing his first 50 miler. Prior to this, the furthest competitive race he had ever done was a 5 mile Thanksgiving Turkey Trot. He recounts in detail his training regimen, nutrition, recovery and the race experience. If you enjoyed this episode please share it with a friend. It helps us out a lot. https://podcasts.apple.com/vg/podcast/real-conversations/id1594231832 Jacob's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejacoboc/ Jon's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejonpete Shop Venture Mentality: https://www.venturementality.com
Has an illness or an injury got you feeling like you're down in some kind of fitness hole? Not sure you'll ever be able to dig yourself out? Than this short video is for you! Here are three tips that are helping me cope during long COVID.You can also watch the video on Instagram right here.Holiday Survival Workshops and Breathwork SessionsClick here to view the calendar of events and register Life/Health Coaching With SarahTo schedule a coaching discovery call with Sarah, you can do any of the following:DM me on InstagramSchedule directly on my calendarEmail me through the contact form on my website
This week we sit down to chat with Scott Traer, Race Director for the Desert Runner Trail Series, to recap the first race of the DRT Series, Pass Mountain Trail Runs, which took place this past weekend. We also chat about Allie Mac's Win at the World Mountain and Trail Running Uphill Championships, Speedland's newest shoe, Don Reichelt world records, and the recent controversy around Camille Herron's 100 Mile World Record Performance at Jackpot Ultras.
In this episode, I speak with Aaron Hale.After serving in the military for 12 years, Aaron Hale had the unfortunate incident of a bomb detonating near his face. Or most would think. But after a time of anger and depression, Aaron stopped asking "Why did this happen to me" and started asking "Why did this happen FOR me?" This ultimately changed his life. If you'd like to learn more about Aaron, visit his website at solidgroundhomebuyers.coTo look at Aaron's many fudge choices, visit eodfudge.comIf you would like to contact Aaron directly, you can email him at email@example.com
Afraid of heights? Nervous about bears on trail? Does fear of failure hold you back? Here's my simple, three-step process to overcome fears and feel less afraid in the outdoors. Plus tips to help you do it all with self-compassion and while protecting your central nervous system.Holiday Survival Workshops and Breathwork SessionsClick here to view the calendar of events and register Life/Health Coaching With SarahTo schedule a coaching discovery call with Sarah, you can do any of the following:DM me on InstagramSchedule directly on my calendarEmail me through the contact form on my website
Take a run with The Human Potential Running Series podcast. For Episode 24 we welcome HPRS Assistant Race Director Emily Royal as our special guest host to discuss the life cycle of an ultra, more specifically the rise and fall of The Razorback Running Revival.
This week on the podcast Mikki speaks to Professor Howard Schubiner, mind-body medicine practitioner, all about pain. Prof Schubiner discusses his introduction into mind-body medicine early in his career as a doctor after being made aware of it from a friend who had personal experience of a long term pain being resolved through pain reprocessing techniques (PRT). Prof Schubiner today on the podcast discusses this, what pain actually is, what conditions there are clinical trials to illustrate its effectiveness, how to determine if your pain is structural versus emotional, and what treatment looks like. They discuss PRT and also emotional awareness and expression therapy (EAET) and how this can help with mental health disorders, chronic fatigue and why it could be helpful for long covid and weight loss resistance. A lot of awesome information in this podcast, with numerous resources to support his work, you will enjoy it.Dr Howard Schubiner is board-certified in paediatrics, adolescent medicine, and internal medicine. He was a full Professor at Wayne State University for 18 years and now works at Providence Hospital in Southfield, MI, USA. He has authored over 60 scientific publications and has given over 250 lectures to scientific audiences regionally, nationally and internationally on topics related to adolescent medicine, ADHD, and stress reduction.Importantly, Dr Schubiner is the founder and director of the Mind Body Medicine Program at Providence Hospital. This program uses the most current research methodologies to treat individuals who suffer from the Mind Body Syndrome (MBS) or Tension Myositis Syndrome (TMS) as described by Dr John Sarno. Dr Schubiner has created a program that uses both meditative and cutting edge psychological techniques to help individuals with chronic conditions, such as fibromyalgia, whiplash, back and neck pain, myofascial pain, TMJ syndrome, tension and migraine headaches, irritable bowel syndrome, irritable bladder syndrome, insomnia, anxiety, and other related conditions.Prof Schubiner can be found here https://unlearnyourpain.com/Contact Mikki:https://mikkiwilliden.com/https://www.facebook.com/mikkiwillidennutritionhttps://www.instagram.com/mikkiwilliden/https://linktr.ee/mikkiwillidenSave 20% on all NuZest Products with the code MIKKI20 at www.nuzest.co.nzSave 30% on Hoka One One with the code TEAMMIKKI at www.Hoka.co.nz
“The neurosurgeon told my girlfriend there was a 90% mortality rate and he said of the 10% that survive…a lot of the time they're vegetables.” Adam Chase lives and runs in Boulder CO. and is the president of A.T.R.A. (American Trail Running Association). Adam discusses putting on trail races, being the Trail Run Consigliere for Brooks Running, how to be part of a sponsored running team, and he details his life threating blood clots that almost killed him. Support Road Dog Podcast by: 1. Joining the Patreon Community: https://www.patreon.com/roaddogpodcast 2. Subscribe to the podcast on whatever platform you listen on. www.trailrunner.com Allwedoisrun.com Adam Chase Contact Info: IG: https://www.instagram.com/adamwchase/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/adam.w.chase.1 Luis Escobar (Host) Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Luis Instagram Kevin Lyons (Producer) Contact: email@example.com yesandvideo.com Music: Slow Burn by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Original RDP Photo: Photography by Kaori Peters kaoriphoto.com Road Dog Podcast Adventure With Luis Escobar www.roaddogpodcast.com
Take a run with The Human Potential Running Series podcast. For Episode 23 we welcome HPRS runner Stefan Schuster as our special guest host to discuss how running affects our romantic relationships, and our friendships.
This week on the podcast Mikki speaks to Ty Beal, Research Advisor on the Knowledge Leadership team at the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition about nutrient density, bioavailability, and his recent study on global micronutrient deficiencies. Ty explains his approach to defining nutritional deficiencies and addresses common misconceptions and misunderstandings about which foods are the most nutrient-dense. We discuss the modern diet, how children are impacted by the available food choices, the problem of nutrient deficiencies in the developed world (where calories are plentiful) and the challenge of establishing food guidance systems to address the health of the population, rather than a “healthy population” (of which most of the developed world wouldn't fall into).Ty Beal is a Research Advisor on the Knowledge Leadership team at the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN). In this role, he supports programmes, research, evaluation, and dissemination of knowledge to stakeholders.He has extensive experience examining sustainable food systems, diet quality, food affordability, food supplies, micronutrient deficiencies, child growth and development, noncommunicable diseases, and global health. He obtained a PhD in Geography with emphasis in Global Nutrition from the University of California, Davis, where he was a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow.Ty Beal Research Gate link https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Ty-BealTy Beal https://www.gainhealth.org/ty-bealContact Mikki:https://mikkiwilliden.com/https://www.facebook.com/mikkiwillidennutritionhttps://www.instagram.com/mikkiwilliden/https://linktr.ee/mikkiwillidenSave 20% on all NuZest Products with the code MIKKI20 at www.nuzest.co.nzSave 30% on Hoka One One with the code TEAMMIKKI at www.Hoka.co.nz
“I went from being an alpha geek to totally dumping the dependency on technology and embrace nature.” Ken the Hobo Runner discusses his health challenges, not using technology, his bike accident that left him with a brain injury, how he hitchhikes to marathons, his 4-legged running partner, and his profound experience at the Boston Marathon bombing. Support Road Dog Podcast by: 1. Joining the Patreon Community: https://www.patreon.com/roaddogpodcast 2. Subscribe to the podcast on whatever platform you listen on. XOSKIN show code: Road Dog Listeners get a special 15% off at https://www.xoskin.us Allwedoisrun.com Ken the Hobo Runner Contact Info: thehoborunner.com firstname.lastname@example.org IG @thehoborunner Luis Escobar (Host) Contact: email@example.com Luis Instagram Kevin Lyons (Producer) Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org yesandvideo.com Music: Slow Burn by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Original RDP Photo: Photography by Kaori Peters kaoriphoto.com Road Dog Podcast Adventure With Luis Escobar www.roaddogpodcast.com
Nicole Bitter is an ultramarathon athlete with a long resume that includes three top 10 finishes at the Western States 100, wins at the Black Canyon 100km, Javelina 100, and multiple podium finishes at competitive events from 50km through 100 miles. This year, she finished third in what was the most competitive Javelina 100 field to date, and likely the second most competitive100 mile in the United States this year. The level of competition and the addition of a third category (non-binary) where both new elements to this years race, which added to the complexity of how things played out in the results and reporting during the race. HPO Sponsors: zachbitter.com/hposponsors Athletic Greens: athleticgreens.com/HPO LMNT: drinkLMNT.com/HPO Support HPO: zachbitter.com/hpo HPO Patreon: patreon.com/HPOpodcast Zach's Coaching: zachbitter.com/coaching Nicole: IG: @nkbitter FB: facebook.com/nicole.kalogeropoulos Zach: zachbitter.com IG: @zachbitter Tw: @zbitter FB: @zbitterendurance Strava: Zach Bitter Tiktok: @zachbitter
I signed up for an ultramarathon. The Rio Del Lago in Folsom, CA this Saturday. 11/5...funny and disturbing stuff. Enjoy. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
This episode features running legend and race director of the Snowman Race, Luis Escobar, and the Snowman Secretariat's Damcho Rinzin. The first Snowman Race took place in October, this year. 29 international and Bhutanese ultra athletes took part. All participants underwent a selection process. The world's highest race has been conceptualised to raise awareness on Bhutan's melting glaciers and the impact of climate change. The Snowman Race had about a 100 people involved in its execution. Luis says the race is "a gift to international athletes." This episode of the podcast is brought to you by the Department of Tourism, formerly called the Tourism Council of Bhutan. Find more information on: bhutan.travel. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/namgay-zam/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/namgay-zam/support
Registrations for Mondays Matter Christmas edition are open until Friday 4th November: https://mikkiwilliden.com/mondays-matterMy programme, Mondays Matter, is an 6 week fat loss plan with simple and delicious high protein meals designed to help you feel more in control of what you eat. And utilises PSMF to help accelerate fat loss but protect muscle
We're live with another Q&A session with Nick and Jordan Utter! The guys sit down to answer questions that you submitted on Instagram; with topics like: is social media essential to build a brand, how is Nick's health different during the Hybrid Build vs an Ultra Marathon prep, the best way to maintain a consistent, healthy diet, how to not sacrifice culture for the sake of growth, and does Nick drink alcohol. These episodes happen periodically from questions Nick will ask on his Instagram Story, so if you have questions for him, follow Nick @nickbarefitness. Follow the Bare Performance Podcast account on Instagram: @thebareperformancepodcast And follow along the Youtube Series "The Hybrid Build" on Youtube. New Episodes launch every Monday at 10:00AM CST Visit bpnsupps.com for all supplements and apparel!
It was an honor to spend time with Jeff Browning, known in the ultrarunning industry as bronco billy. He is a pioneer in the sport and has finished over 100 ultra marathons in his twenty-year career, with 25 career ultra wins (17 of those in 100 milers). A few weeks ago, he won the Moab 240-mile ultra at the age of 51. Jeff is also an endurance coach, ultra athlete, husband and father of three kids. In this conversation, we discussed mindset, how to control your emotions when things get challenging, the importance of constantly challenging ourselves, parenting, creativity, and longevity. It is so clear to me why he is a champion. He is a master at pushing his mind, body, and spirit within his craft. Most of us will never run a 100-mile race, but that doesn't mean we can't train our mindset like Jeff no matter where we are in life. Connect with Jeff at https://www.gobroncobilly.com/ Instagram: @gobroncobilly This episode is brought to you by Age Is Your Edge book: A practical guide that includes strategies, tools and real-life relatable stories that help you discover purpose and develop a positive, resilient mindset during midlife. Pick up a copy here: scottpapek.com. ABOUT THE BOOK Exploring our full potential is an ongoing process that takes place throughout our entire lives. Yet even though we know this truth deep inside, sometimes we use age or our current responsibilities as an excuse to stay in our comfort zones, even though deep down we're miserable. By changing our mindset, clarifying our purpose, and focusing on what we can do instead of what we can't, we can become empowered to courageously move toward our dream life and achieving our potential, one step at a time. In this concise manual, Scott Papek shares his personal and professional experiences and real-life stories to guide midlifers through a simple self-discovery process that shares introspective questions, details the four pillars of CARE, and explores mental skill strategies that open the heart and strengthen the mindset to embrace all the possibilities, no matter the age. Through his roadmap, midlifers will learn how to be comfortable in the uncomfortable, discover the importance of identifying strengths and core values, set appropriate, realistic goals, incorporate positive self-talk into every action every day, and overcome fear and distractions. Follow scott on Instagram @scottpapek
Trail Runners! Welcome back to Chasing Gold, where we are chatting with some of the front-runners coming to the Javelina Jundred, hoping to get one of the two coveted Golden Tickets into the 2023 Western States 100-Mile Endurance Run. Today we are welcoming Stefanie Flippin & Patrick Reagan
Trail Runners! Welcome back to Chasing Gold, where we are chatting with some of the front-runners coming to the Javelina Jundred, hoping to get one of the two coveted Golden Tickets into the 2023 Western States 100-Mile Endurance Run. Today we are welcoming Brittany Peterson!
Trail Runners! Welcome back to Chasing Gold, where we are chatting with some of the front-runners coming to the Javelina Jundred, hoping to get one of the two coveted Golden Tickets into the 2023 Western States 100-Mile Endurance Run. Today we are welcoming Brianna Grigsby!
Trail Runners! Welcome back to Chasing Gold, where we are chatting with some of the front-runners coming to the Javelina Jundred, hoping to get one of the two coveted Golden Tickets into the 2023 Western States 100-Mile Endurance Run. Today we are welcoming Nick Coury!
Trail Runners! Welcome back to Chasing Gold, where we are chatting with some of the front-runners coming to the Javelina Jundred, hoping to get one of the two coveted Golden Tickets into the 2023 Western States 100-Mile Endurance Run. Today we are welcoming Matt Daniels!
This is a listener generated question and topic episode! The four questions/topics are below: 1) Training for courses with climbing and descending, both with and without access to course specific terrain. 2) Testing your fitness throughout a training plan. 3) How to fuel for high mileage training to avoid gastrointestinal issues, especially if feeling hungry and bloated. HPO Sponsors: zachbitter.com/hposponsors Magnesium Breakthrough: https://magbreakthrough.com/human promo code: HUMAN10 BON CHARGE: boncharge.com/HPO promo code: HPO (20% off) Support HPO: zachbitter.com/hpo HPO Patreon: patreon.com/HPOpodcast Zach's Coaching: zachbitter.com/coaching Zach: zachbitter.com IG: @zachbitter Tw: @zbitter FB: @zbitterendurance Strava: Zach Bitter Tiktok: @zachbitter If you would like to contact the show, please send your emails to email@example.com
This is a very special episode. Tomorrow is my two-year podcast anniversary. It is also the day my mother transitioned from this world due to breast cancer. I wanted to do something positive and meaningful during the midst of COVID and I started this podcast. I thank you so much for listening, a special thank all of my past and future guests. Thanks for all the suggestions, the recommendations. I appreciate all the love. This week's guest I met shortly after I moved to Chicago. Thanks to Gabrielle Barber who I met in Berlin who told me about Men Run Deez Streets. They were the first group I ran after I moved to the city. Although they were lightning fast, and I am not they were welcoming all the same. Terrance Lyles is my guest this week. Terrance L. Lyles AKA The Machine, AKA Optimus Prime, is a marathoner, triathlete, and the founder of Men Run Deez Street.. His father is Bernard Lyles, a previous guest on this show. Terrance has completed over 30 marathons, 50-mile ultra-marathon and more recently a half IornMan distance race, 70.3 triathlon. After Terrance witnessed so many women of Black Girls Run taking on the sport, he became inspired to recruit men from social media to start his own club. Terrance's goal was to bring more black men into marathons. He formed Men Run Deez Streets (MRDS) in 2013. He uses every opportunity to promote health and fitness through running. Episode Highlights: Terrance in the midst of a life crisis started running as a coping mechanism. Terrance pays tribute to his dad, Bernard Lyles, who inspired him to run. Some memorable marathons, the good and the bad. Terrance talks about his 50-mile ultra-marathon. How Men Run Deez Streets (MRDS) came to be. Terrance's first triathlon . Terrance talks about some obstacles he's faced and what drives him. Terrance shares some final words of inspiration. Guest Bio Terrance L. Lyles, “The Machine” AKA “OPTIMUS PRIME” was born and raised in the streets of Chicago. He attended Neal F. Simeon High School and later attended Southern Illinois University Carbondale where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering Technology. He returned to Chicago to pursue a career in engineering and has worked in state and city government for over 20 years. He is currently employed as a Senior Project Manager for the Chicago Transit Authority leading multi-million-dollar infrastructure projects. Terrance began his running experience in 2006 after having many personal and financial issues. He believed that he needed something to keep his mind off of stress and needed a positive outlet. Knowing that his father, Bernard Lyles, was an avid runner, he consulted him and was advised to join the Maxfitness Marathon Training Program led by Coach Rudy Christian. Terrance trained for his first Chicago Marathon that year and completed it with a time of 4:07:28. This is when he developed the passion for running. Terrance went on to complete over 30 marathons in various cities that includes Detroit, Indianapolis, Miami, Little Rock, Atlanta, St. Louis, New Orleans, and overseas in Negril, Jamaica and Berlin, Germany. He has also completed a 50-mile Ultra-Marathon in Chicago, and most recently, an Ironman 70.3 triathlon. With many years of accomplishments and a continued passion for running, Terrance became inspired to help bring more men of color into the sport. After witnessing many women of Black Girls Run taking on the sport, he became inspired to recruit men from social media to start his own club. With the many urban and professional men that reached back to him, Men Run Deez Streets (MRDS) was born in 2013. From there, he has helped train many men, and even women, to become long-distance runners and half marathon/marathon finishers. Terrance is a Road Runners Club of America (RRCA) Certified Adult Distance Running Coach. He is also an avid cyclist and swimmer. Terrance believes in helping people become their best selves. He is passionate about volunteering in the community for charity events and he is an advocate for social justice. He is dedicated to bringing about change to the community and helping others become healthier by running. He lives by and adheres to a famous quote: “Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world” – Harriet Tubman. Connect with Terrance Lyles Connect with Terrance on Facebook Connect with Terrance on Instagram Men Run Deez Streets on Facebook Send Terrance an email. MRDS got featured on Block Club Chicago Did you enjoy today's episode? Please subscribe and leave a review. If you have questions, comments, or possible show topics, email firstname.lastname@example.org. 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Sign up to my free webinar : Surviving the Holiday SeasonTips to help you navigate your food this time of year. Sunday 4pm NZT webinar: surviving the holiday season: https://mikkiwilliden.com/surviving-the-holiday-season This week on the show I speak to Dan Plews about Funky Trunkies, protein metabolism and Chelsea Sodaro - who blew up the podium at the Hawaii Ironman Triathlon Championships in Kona in early October.We talk about training and nutrition tactics, the data Dan used to assess progress, whether there were sex specific strategies used in his approach, how important recovery was and where Dan feels coaches and athletes could go wrong in the training journey.It's a pretty transparent conversation, and I think you'll get real insight from how Dan trains his athletes, with tips for any endurance and high performing enthusiast.Dan Plews is an Applied Sport Scientist, Researcher, Coach and competitive Triathlete. As an applied Sports Scientist, Dan has worked closely with athletes who have won more than 25 World and Olympic titles in sports including rowing, kayak and triathlon. Dan was part of Rowing New Zealand's preparations for both 2012 and 2016 in Olympic Games as a Sports Scientist.As a Researcher Dan has a PhD in Exercise Physiology with a particular interest in heart rate variability and 30 peer reviewed publications to his name. As a Coach, Dan has coached three professional Ironman Triathletes to sub 8 hour times including Terenzo Bozzone, Jan Van Berkel and Tim Van Berkel and is coach to the current Ironman World Champion Chelsea Sodaro Recently Dan founded endureiq.com an online learning hub for anyone interested in optimal long course Triathlon performance and a third course to go live is all about heat training and acclimation. He was also the high performance manager for the recently successful Team New Zealand bid for the America's Cup.Dan Plews: https://www.endureiq.com/about-usIG: https://www.instagram.com/theplews/?hl=en other episodes with Dan:Dans views on Sodium intake and animal based nutritionOptimising health and performance with Dan Plews - your questions answeredDr Cliff Harvey and Dr Dan PlewsContact Mikki:https://mikkiwilliden.com/https://www.facebook.com/mikkiwillidennutritionhttps://www.instagram.com/mikkiwilliden/https://linktr.ee/mikkiwillidenSave 20% on all NuZest Products with the code MIKKI20 at www.nuzest.co.nzSave 30% on Hoka One One with the code TEAMMIKKI at www.Hoka.co.nz
This week's episode intro is courtesy of Rise and Runners Nicole and her son Joshua. You can be picked to intro the show by clicking the Join The Conversation link and leave us an intro. On this edition of the Rise and Run Podcast we will be joined by sports dietitian, Content and Community Lead of Muir Energy and trail runner Lauren MacLeod, RD . Before we chat with Lauren, there are only 2 weeks to Wine and Dine and your last long training runs are 5 and 14 miles back-to-back this weekend. Those of you doing Marathon Weekend you just have 5 miles this weekend. The gang also discusses the topic of how training is tough for all of us and discuss some of the roadblocks even first timer and veteran runners experience .The Wine and Dine Event Guide and maps were released by runDisney this week! Hear the gang give a summary of the event guide and what the courses will look like for this race weekend.Our featured guest, sports dietitian, Lauren MacLeod, RD, joins us for an informative Q&A on nutrition, fueling for training/races and the Muir Energy products.Topics includeHydration and Electrolytes.Fueling intervals for races.Options for People with food allergies.GI Issues .Carb loading. You can find more info for Lauren on her Instagram page Themountaindietitian.On the Podcasts We Listen To segment we chat with our friends Aimee and Dana from the Run Eat Drink Podcast. If you want to know where to eat at a destination race, be sure to check them out. On the race Report Spotlight this week, we head to New Hampshire and go ghost hunting on the Milford and Brookline rail trails at the 14th annual Ghost Train Rail Trail Race. We are joined by Paula and Idalis from #runDopey Facebook group who ran in the 30 hour Ultramarathon, and our own Allie who ran the 15 Mile event. The verdict is that this race is Uncommonly Good.Join the ConversationRise and Run Podcast Facebook PageRise and Run Podcast InstagramRise and Run Podcast Website and ShopPassport to Run Show LinksThemountaindietitian (Lauren's Instagram)Muir EnergyRun Eat Drink PodcastAffiliate LinksFluffy FizziesKawaiian Pizza ApparelGYMBOSS Rise and Run Podcast is supported by our audience. When you make a purchase through one of our affiliate links, we may earn a commission.
This is a listener generated question and topic episode! The four questions/topics are below: 1) How important is tapering for a 100km and what does it look like? 2) Increasing speedwork with long distance running. 3) Losing weight while training for an event. Is Keto optimal? 4) Is training with less water for an ultramarathon worth it or no real benefit? HPO Sponsors: zachbitter.com/hposponsors Ultimate Direction: ultimatedirection.com Athletic Greens: athleticgreens.com/HPO Support HPO: zachbitter.com/hpo HPO Patreon: patreon.com/HPOpodcast Zach's Coaching: zachbitter.com/coaching Outliers ATX Group Run: Sunday's at 8am & 9am at Metz Park Austin, TX. Details: @outliersatx on instagram Zach: zachbitter.com IG: @zachbitter Tw: @zbitter FB: @zbitterendurance Strava: Zach Bitter Tiktok: @zachbitter
This week we sit down to chat with Scott Traer, Race Director for the DRT Series, to discuss his expectations for Desert Solstice, his recent crewing duties at Moab 240 and the upcoming McDowell Mountain Frenzy 50 Mile Sponsorship opportunity. We also chat about CJ Ablertson's 50K world record, Cody Ko's first Ultramarathon, and the 2022 World Backyard Team Championships at Big's Backyard Ultra.
Barry Sackett is a partner with Goosman Law Firm in Sioux Falls. He cut his teeth in the legal profession in Okoboji, IA and works with business owners, investors, business leaders, executives, developers, and entrepreneurs among the construction, manufacturing, banking, agriculture, commercial & residential real estate development, commodity sales, technology, and government relations industries. Barry joins The Mandate Podcast to talk about his run in with alcohol and his run out into sobriety. Barry discusses his recent passing of his mother, passion for blockchain (cryptocurrency), discipline of running everyday, and his "Big Audacious Goal" of connecting the bike paths between Sioux Falls and Okoboji, IA. Barry is a thought leader in his profession and Mandatees will walk away having a better understanding of his life experiences. Topics: Sobriety, Discipline, Ultra-Marathon, Bike Path Development, and Legacy KPP (Keep Pressing Play) Please consider sharing if this episode created ripples in your thought process. Instagram @mandatepod Email: email@example.com Website: https://anchor.fm/mandate Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/mandatepodcast Sioux Falls Finest Retail Ben: COSTCO Work Pants @costco & Sioux Falls Scheels @siouxfallsscheels Ryan: Great Outdoor Store @greatoudoorstore --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mandate/message
A *classic* solo on the books this week! Matty discusses life in the 50k club (and the silent slog to get there; Noah muses on the spiritual successor of his hemp wristwear dreams; the “beer as art” debate is revived in a SHOCKING way; carbo-load on some heartfelt listener mail.; and gear up for a RUDE n' CRUDE interhost show down in the fantasy football realm!
“There was people with like 100 mile shirts on like curled up under a bush weeping and I'm like, I can't even believe this is legal to do to yourself. This is so cool.” John Vanderpot Has More DNFs Than Most People Have Starts. John has completed 238 races in a 10 year span. Learn how he moved from wrestling to running long distances, his life as a high school English teacher, stories from the Born To Run Ultramarathon, and his like and dislikes about races. Support Road Dog Podcast by: 1. Joining the Patreon Community: https://www.patreon.com/roaddogpodcast 2. Subscribe to the podcast on whatever platform you listen on. Allwedoisrun.com Luis Escobar (Host) Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Luis Instagram Kevin Lyons (Producer) Contact: email@example.com yesandvideo.com Music: Slow Burn by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Original RDP Photo: Photography by Kaori Peters kaoriphoto.com Road Dog Podcast Adventure With Luis Escobar www.roaddogpodcast.com
This is a listener generated question and topic episode! The four questions/topics are below: 1) Advice on running a flat ultra 2) Advice on running first 50km 3) How to get into ultramarathons 4) Beginner running 50km and 50 mile 8-weeks later HPO Sponsors: zachbitter.com/hposponsors Ultimate Direction: ultimatedirection.com LMNT: drinkLMNT.com/HPO Support HPO: zachbitter.com/hpo HPO Patreon: patreon.com/HPOpodcast Zach's Coaching: zachbitter.com/coaching Zach: zachbitter.com IG: @zachbitter Tw: @zbitter FB: @zbitterendurance Strava: Zach Bitter Tiktok: @zachbitter