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High-impact interviews for those who love adventure and the outdoors. Host and journalist Shelby Stanger interviews world-class explorers, athletes, authors, scientists, health experts, and entrepreneurs about how they’ve taken their own wild ideas and made them a reality, so you can too. Some of the wildest ideas can lead to the most rewarding adventures. Take a listen to start living more wildly today.
 
Since 1999 Bevan James Eyles has been a world leader in fitness. As well as being a high level Ironman triathlete he has also been a leader in the fitness industry. He travels the world training fitness professionals in this area he is so passionate about. To find out more about him go to his website: www.bevanjameseyles.com Bevan has always been fascinated why some people seem to have a lifetime love of fitness and find it easy to get out there and do it while others struggle so much. He ha ...
 
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Since 2006 IMTalk has been the weekly Ironman fix for thousands of athletes from all around the world! Bevan James Eyles and 'Coach' John Newsom cover the latest news, reviews and tips for Ironman Triathlon. If you love Ironman, you'll love this podcast! It will improve your training and racing. So click subscribe and join the worlds biggest Ironman podcast!
 
Ultra Stories is brought to you by The Human Potential Running Series, Colorado's largest series of ultra marathons. Ultra Stories strives to tell the stories that we get to share on the trails while running together, but don't get to hear in our everyday lives. These are the stories that magazines, or online running media channels, never tell. We find every runner's story fascinating; regardless of where you finish the race; we want to hear the stories that dare you to dream it, move you to ...
 
The one triathlon show focusing on practical and actionable advice that you can use in your own triathlon training and racing. New episodes are released twice per week. The episode types are interview episodes with the greatest and smartest people in triathlon and endurance sports, and solo episodes with host Mikael Eriksson where you'll learn tactics and strategies you can apply in your triathlon training and racing, and all things swim, bike and run. All episodes, both interview and solo e ...
 
Kill Cliff brings you the Kill Cliff Podcast in collaboration with Entreprenerds Comedy. The Kill Cliff Podcast features top performers out there dominating their competition daily. From Olympic athletes and coaches to elite military operators and business minds, this show focuses on the journey of its guests in their unyielding commitment to performance and success. Kill Cliff was founded and created by a former Navy SEAL with the spirit of giving back to the community and makes clean and t ...
 
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Bigfoot, also known as Sasquatch, is the subject of campfire stories and heated conversation as people ponder Bigfoot’s existence. You can go down a YouTube rabbit hole and find convincing evidence on either side of the debate. Cliff Barackman has dedicated much of his life to studying Bigfoot. He owns the North American Bigfoot Center in Boring, O…
 
We all go through insecure times in our lives. Unfortunately for many of us we deal with this in ways that make our lives worse off. Ideally we want to get through these time in the healthiest way possible. In this episode I share my approach to healthily dealing with my insecure times.By Bevan James Eyles
 
Jamie Stanley, PhD, is a sports physiologist with the South Australian Sports Institute. Jamie did his PhD thesis on the topic of Heart Rate Variability (HRV), but in his applied sports science role today he has a wide breadth of performance and recovery optimisation expertise, and we tap into that expertise on a number of interesting applied sport…
 
Mike and Rich talk about Camp Lejeune again, Kona being delayed, and crazy Russians. Transitions from War After his service in the United States Marines Corps, Mike Ergo started the Transitions from War blog and Podcast to talk about his struggles returning from combat in Iraq. From PTSD and addiction to finding endurance sports, Mike has found a n…
 
Mehdi Kordi, PhD, is a track cycling coach (sprinting in particular) working with the Royal Dutch Cycling Federation. In Tokyo, the Dutch track sprinters brought home multiple golds and medals, and Mehdi joins us to discuss how these athletes train to be the fastest on the planet. Also we discuss the physiology of W' and how it relates to neuromusc…
 
Professional surfer Pete Devries surfs waves that not many have experienced. That’s because he lives in Tofino, B.C., and spends most of his time surfing the frigid waters up north. Pete has traveled to plenty of more tropical locales during his career, but he feels at home in Tofino. Plus the chilly temps mean he’s often the only one in the water.…
 
In this episode, coaches Frank Jakobsen, Val Burke, Kolie Moore, Ryan Bolton and Björn Kafka each give their perspective and recommendations on how to fuel workouts. IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT: -How much energy to consume for different kinds of workouts? -In what form should you consume energy? -Pre- and post-workout fuelling -Is there a ti…
 
Is it time for you to quit a certain area of your life? We are looking at areas that aren’t necessarily bad for you, they can be ones that offered a lot of value in the past but now don’t provide any growth of development. In this episode we dig deep into this, so you can keep growing and evolving yourself as time goes on.…
 
Scotty talks with Josiah Hesse who is an avid runner, freelance journalist and author of a new book titled, Runner’s High: How a Movement of Cannabis-Fueled Athletes is Changing the Science of Sports. The book offers an immersive, investigative look into the hidden culture of cannabis use among elite athletes, with a hyper-focus on ultrarunners, an…
 
Coach Chris Myers, PhD, is the co-author of the book "Triathlon Training with Power", which brings together training with a power meter in not just cycling, but in swimming and running as well. In this interview, Chris discusses topics ranging from equipment and technology validity to training tips. IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT: -How to measu…
 
In this episode, we roll out our very first “My First Hundo” episode with Wesley Schlabach. Wesley recently ran the Tuscazoar 100 in Ohio. Wesley’s story features his weight-loss journey, positive attitude and pursuit to affect positive health outcomes in others. Not to mention that his unsupported 100-mile finish is only his second ultra to date. …
 
Climber Alannah Yip spent her summer competing on the international stage in Tokyo, Japan. Even though she’s been a competitive climber since she was six years old, this competition was unlike anything she’d ever done before. It was the first year that rock climbing was included on the international athletics circuit, and in order to participate Al…
 
Arild Tveiten is the head coach and sports director of the Norwegian Triathlon Federation. At the Olympics in Tokyo 2021, Kristian Blummenfelt, who has been coached by Arild for 11 years, took the gold medal in the men's individual event, and fellow Norwegian athletes Gustav Iden, Casper Stornes, and Lotte Miller finished 8th, 11th and 24th, respec…
 
Nate Wilson is the coach of triathletes Flora Duffy, Olympic Gold Medalist from the women's individual event, and Kevin McDowell, 6th in the individual event and silver medalist in the Mixed Relay with the United States. Nate has an extensive background in the world of professional cycling, and is currently also the Professional Cycling Performance…
 
Florence Williams has spent years researching the physical and mental impact of spending time outside. She’s a journalist, author and podcaster whose work focuses on how our environment shapes our wellbeing. In Florence’s book, The Nature Fix, she sets out to explain how the outdoors can improve our health, promote reflection, stimulate innovation,…
 
In this episode I break down how you can have your best ‘lived experience’ in your day to day life. This is about you having the emotional states you love in your daily life, so you get the most of what life has to offer.By Bevan James Eyles
 
Professor Melitta Mcnarry of Swansea University has recently published a meta-analysis on the health and mortality (all-cause, cardiovascular disease, and cancer) consequences of an elite sporting career. Here, she discusses the findings and the potential implications. IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT: -Reasons for conducting the meta-analysis, i…
 
Mike and Rich talk about their thoughts and feelings on the troop withdrawal from Afghanistan, gaining that COVID 19 lbs., and what it's like to drinik dip spit. Transitions from War After his service in the United States Marines Corps, Mike Ergo started the Transitions from War blog and Podcast to talk about his struggles returning from combat in …
 
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