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The Keep Standing Podcast
43 minutes | Nov 30, 2015
KSP 014: Seychelle is the next SUP athlete to go after the 24-hour World Record.
The Florida Key's SUP instructor and Racer attempts a 24-hour paddle record on December 5. We like to interview people doing extreme things on and off the water. Be it a multi-day adventure or a 24-hour paddle attempt. On today's episode we chat with Seychelle Hattingh out of the Florida Keys to discuss her up and coming 24-hour World Record Attempt on December 5 in Sarasota, Florida. Seychelle began Standup Paddling in 2010 and moved back to the Florida Keys in 2014 to make SUP into a career and has since taught and raced in a variety of ways. The paddle is a fundraiser for the Special Olympics SUP Team. Shane, who due to weather had to cancel his 24-hour paddle, interviews Seychelle and together they get into the logistics and plan she has to break the record. You may never consider paddling for 24-hours but this interview will leave you with an itch to try. Enjoy Episode 14 with Seychelle
33 minutes | Oct 28, 2015
KSP 013: Preparing for a 24-Hour SUP World Record with Shane Perrin
Co-Host and Ultra-Paddler, Shane Perrin is all set for his 3rd attempt at the 24-hour paddle record to celebrate his 40th birthday. Do you remember the last time you stayed up for 24 hours? It is hard enough keep your eyes open let alone thinking about standing up the entire time. Add water, a SUP board and a world-record attempt is well beyond anything you and I would be willing to attempt. Our mustache loving co-host, Shane Perrin is no slouch when it comes to ultra endurance events having done events like the MR340 and the Everglades Challenge to name just a few in the past. Last year he has even had his go at two world record distance attempts. After learning from those experiences, on November 7-8, he will go after his own record of 101 miles with the hope to start a trend of 24-hour paddle challengers. Although he is not shy of insane physical challenges on a paddle board, this will be Shane's first event under his new nutritional regime. Shane switch to a plant-based diet and has since leaned up, losing 20 pounds and improved his workouts and recovery time. But he has yet to do a grueling endurance challenge while eating more greens. The plan is to paddle 24 hours to go after the world record and then paddle another 24 hours to test his body and nutrition. I think you will enjoy hearing how Shane has prepared for this event and how you can join him if you are in the Austin, Texas area. While you may not ever paddle for 24 hours straight, don't be surprised if you think about it for a second while listening to Episode 13 with Shane Perrin. IN THIS EPISODE, YOU'LL LEARN How Shane got started on the 24 hour paddles. His hope to inspire others to go after his records. The difference between multi-day endurance race versus 24-hour record attempts. Why Shane has switch his diet to a plant based diet and why he believes you should find what works for you. The energy product that he will use to stay up in the wee hours of the morning. Why Run Gum was created and how it can help you during your endurance events. Shane's motivation for this years world record attempt.
35 minutes | Oct 14, 2015
KSP 012 : How To Own Less, Do More and Share Stoke with Joel Cesare
Have you ever just wanted to try a new sport, maybe SUP or surfing.. Perhaps you just needed some extra camping gear for the weekend or wanted to go spearfishing. But the problem is you either don’t want to buy more equipment or can’t find it anywhere around you to rent? Well today we chat with Joel Cesare. one of the co-founders of a brand new sharing economy Business called StokeShare. I first heard of StokeShare a few months back when seeing that they got involved with the awesome nonprofit Stoked.org. Recently, Joel and I got connected and I thought what they are trying to do needed to be shared. In our chat, we get into how they came up with their AirBnB for action sports business and how they are trying to create a sustainable business model that is helping people get the gear they need for all their outdoor endeavors. We also get into all the great work they are doing to help underserved and at-risk youth get the opportunity to experience the outdoors using their network of gear from their platform. If you are interested in the sharing-economy business model and what you can do to get help serve youth in your area, you are going enjoy Episode 12 with Joel Cesare .
29 minutes | Sep 30, 2015
KSP 011: How to Become a Lifestyle Adventure Paddle Boarder with Paul Clark
Bend, Oregon based Paul Clark talks about how he created a living being a Adventure Paddle Boarder. If you are like me, it would be a dream to travel the world to some of the most beautiful and epic locations, paddle board and make a living doing so. As I become more and more passionate about the sport, all trip planning with my family has a prerequisite to be somewhere near or right on the water. Today's show is with adventure and whitewater paddle boarder, Paul Clark, who in a few years have made a living based around his love for SUP, travel and photography. If you are on Instagram and follow anything SUP, you have probably seen his photos, as he is one of the most photoed paddle boarders around... yes a lot of SUP selfies. In our chat, we talk about how he has been able to take his profession of photography and turn it into an opportunity to travel the world as a duffle bag paddle boarder. If you have an itch to travel the world with your paddle board on your back, listen to Paul Clark tell his story in Episode 11.
32 minutes | Sep 23, 2015
KSP 010: How To Get Back On Board After Being Attacked By A Shark With Mike Coots
Surfer, photographer and shark attack victim, Mike Coots, shares his story and how he has become an advocate for saving the shark that nearly killed him. It is one thing getting back on your feet, it is another thing to get back in the surf, and its almost an unfathomable thing becoming an advocate for the very thing that nearly killed you. Our guest on Episode 10 of the Keep Standing Podcast, is professional photographer and surfer, Mike Coots, who at the age of just 18 years old was attacked by a tiger shark in Kauai. Now at 35, Mike is becoming known not just for his epic photos on instagram and his ability to shred the surf with his prosthetic, but also for working with organizations to help save sharks from being killed off. In our conversation today, we talk about his process to learn to surf again, being a mentor to other adaptive athletes, who inspires him and what he does to keep standing on a daily basis. You can tell Mike truly enjoys life and pushing the limits of his leg, his prothetic and himself all while a making a difference in lives of others (and sharks) along the way.
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