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69 minutes | Feb 26, 2021
Episode 72: Andrea Larson, talking family, run, ride with super mom
Andrea Larson is the executive director of Ironbull, a multi-sport event company in Wausau, Wisconsin. She's an amazing athlete personally, professionally, and to top it off a rock star event manager. On this episode we talked about the current landscape in racing, spending more time with family, and a reset of the racing grind to the family lifestyle.
73 minutes | May 27, 2020
Episode 71: Ryan Spitz, RD for Shasta Trail Runs, CA Untamed, and other epicness
Do you run or ride incredible distances? Well, how about 330 miles running, or 1000 miles riding, or 1000+ adventure racing? Ryan is here to test your limits on every single cellular level of your body. And hey, he tests the course first just to prove it's doable! Listen in to learn more about one of our favorite race series and race directors!
57 minutes | May 14, 2020
Episode 70: Salming CEO David Fields talks running shoes
Have you heard of the amazing shoe brand called Salming? They aren't quite as common in the US market, but an up and coming brand that has some amazing quality, comfort, and robust quality in a lightweight package. Ideal for trail and road runners.
62 minutes | Apr 17, 2020
Episode 69: World Champion Ultraman Jordan Bryden
Jordan is not only a pro triathlete, he's just an amazing human. This past December he became the world champion Ultraman in Kona, Hawaii. Listen in to check out this ultra endurance sport, and maybe, the next challenge for you!
49 minutes | Apr 16, 2020
Episode 68: Cody Jones
Cody recently completed the Mid South Double, and won it! This dude can freaking fly, whether it's run or ride. We dig into his simple tips and tricks for going fast and having fun in the mid west.
62 minutes | Mar 27, 2020
Episode 67: Amanda Nauman and Precision Hydration's Andy Blow
Join us for an amazing discussion on sweat rate, sodium testing and appropriation, as well as hearing Amanda's feedback on how her rockstar 2nd place finish went down at the muddy Mid South! Precision Hydration offered our listeners a 15% off your first order code of "precisionmud" at www.precisionhydration.com and I'd encourage you to use this calculator to check your sweat rate. Check this link!
76 minutes | Feb 24, 2020
Episode 66: Bobby Wintle, RD of The Mid South
Bobby is a ball of energy that pours his heart and soul into his events. With The Mid South quickly approaching, we wanted to pick his brain on the name change, knock down some of the rumors about it, and see what's new for this years event. https://www.midsouthgravel.com/
51 minutes | Jan 20, 2020
Episode 65: Damien Boley, The Gravel Grinding Mayor
How many politicians do you know that love to ride bikes and play in the dirt? How about own a bike shop/co-op too? Damien Boley is the mayor of Smithville, MO, has a bike shop called the Smithville Bike Co-Op, and is a local race director. He has a passion to ride, but the same passion for his community. And for those worried we're talking politics, don't worry, we stayed at a 30,000 foot perspective on that one!
79 minutes | Dec 20, 2019
Episode 64: Todd Poquette - Epic gravel grinding, mountain biking, and getting kids on bikes
Ready to checkout some sweet dirt in Michigan? Todd Poquette is the race director for 3 amazing races that will challenge mountain bikers, fat bikers, gravel bikers and runners depending on the race. He also is the head cheese for the 906 Adventure Team which is an organization that gets kids out on bikes in awesome numbers. Listen in to learn more! https://906adventureteam.com/
37 minutes | Aug 14, 2019
Episode 63: Jake Jackson, racing in the Worlds 24 Hour Championships
Jake can run crazy fast, and for long distances too. So much that he has qualified and been selected to represent the USA on an international stage! He qualified for the IAU 24 hour championships in Albi, France coming up this October, after running over 157 miles in 24 hours at the Desert Solstice event in November last year. He'll be racing for the solo win, but also for team USA as the top 3 mileage of both men and women will count as the total team time. Get em Jake! We're proud of you man!
89 minutes | Aug 5, 2019
Episode 62: Running The Triple Crown, completed by super human Jen Merchant!
3 Big Events, Bigfoot 200, Tahoe 200, Moab 240 Running 200 miles is crazy enough, but doing one in August, the next in September, and the last 240 mile one in October is crazy! But hey, someone has to do it right? Jen Merchant completed all three last year and gives us her take on how to train, race, adapt, and recover. Oh yeah, we talk hallucinations on the trail too.
72 minutes | Jul 25, 2019
Episode 61: Sanjay Rawal - Director of the movie “3100: Run and Become”
Sanjay Rawal is an accomplished film director, runner, and all around amazing human! His new film focuses on the spiritual journey of the run and its impact on human psychology. The core of this film is about the 3100 mile run called the Self-Transcendence 3100 Mile Race, but also touches on the Marathon Munks of Mt Hiei Japan, a Kalahari Bushman hunter, and to a champion Navajo ultramarathoner and his running journey. Listen in to learn more about the backstory of some of these athletes, and please checkout his movie, available on itunes, amazon, and google play! Film - https://3100film.com/ Self-Transcendence 3100 mile race - live streaming currently! - https://3100.srichinmoyraces.org/
72 minutes | Jun 10, 2019
Episode 60: Denise Mueller-Korenek-Going real fast on a bike, 184mph fast!
So let’s talk cycling, like real fast cycling, actually real fast anything. Today our guest is Denise Mueller-Korenek. She set a world record for the fastest flat surface, motor paced, bicycle speed record in September last year at 296 kmh, 183.93 mph. Motor paced or not, this is simply amazing to me. Have y’all ever tried going say 30mph on a bike on your own for a few miles on a flat? How about in a paceline? It’s tough! Listen in to hear her amazing story!
55 minutes | May 17, 2019
Episode 59: Keri Bowzaylo – Co RD of the Canadian Death Race
Have you heard of the Canadian Death Race or Sinister Triple? Keri Bowzaylo is the Co race director of the CDR, sponsorship coordinator of the series, and leads the training camps for all too. Plus she's a personal trainer so we dig into the events and preparation for them! Also, our Canadian division is providing a 15% off code on any orange mud gear for use on www.orangemud.ca. The code is CHEATDEATHWITHORANGEMUD and is valid till 8/31/19.
70 minutes | May 6, 2019
Episode 58: Amanda Nauman, tackling Gravel, Cyclocross, and MTB
First off, Amanda "Panda" Nauman is freaking awesome. She's a legit pro cyclist that performs just as well racing short course cyclocross as she does 200 mile gravel grinders. She's won DK200, Land Run 100, Coast 2 Coast 200, Belgian Waffle Ride, and countless other events. Aside from having loads of cycling power, she's a down to earth bike geek who loves to tech out on bike details, while wearing a big smile on her face.
78 minutes | May 2, 2019
Episode 57: Van Life, with David and Amy
David Wilson and Amy Margolis wanted to spend more time together and experience life to the fullest. So they picked up a sprinter van, built it out themselves, and took off from their home base in Seattle to go big on life. They've been on their journey for over a year now and yeah, I'm crazy jealous!
67 minutes | Apr 30, 2019
Episode 56: Marvin Sandoval, Leadville 100 mtb and 100 run training tips
Marvin Sandoval is a run and cycling coach, has completed all of the Leadville events multiple times, has been on the Leadman podium multiple times, and is a Training Peaks certified coach. Listen in for his tips on tackling the Leadville 100 mtb and Leadville 100 run. Also checkout this course preview video that Marvin and I made last year for the Leadville 100 mtb course. Leadville 100 MTB
49 minutes | Apr 4, 2019
Episode 55: Donny McCall, Get Outside Mountain Relay
Donny has an amazing layout in North Carolina for a 208 mile running relay. Or if you want to Ruck, he has that, want to relay it for 104 miles, he has it, or want to straight up run a 52 or 104 mile event by yourself? Check!
50 minutes | Feb 27, 2019
Episode 54: Uncle "Ryan" Dudley - Gravel Ride for Maisies Pride
Gravel Ride for Maisies Pride is an amazing race in terms of scenery, toughness, a family atmosphere, and perfect training for the Dirty Kanza which is just 3 weeks after the event. Aside from the 100ish mile ride, there is a 5k and 25k run too! It's a hard event, so if you want a fun easy day, this isn't the one, but if you want to feel rewarded at the finish this one is for you! Proceeds go to funding the local town's swimming pool which was originally funded by Maisie DeVore who picked up cans on the side of the road for over 30 years to generate funds. Link: http://www.maisiespride.com/
42 minutes | Jan 21, 2019
Episode 53: Wayne McMurtrie, running big distances and working through PTSD
Today’s call is with Wayne McMurtrie. This dude is a friggin beast! A lot of us want to run a marathon, a 5k, 100 miler, or whatever, teeny distance that may be….at least compared to him. Wayne however has ran some epic distances as a mechanism of coping with PTSD and inspiring others to find their own outlet.
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