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My guest on this episode is Jeff Browning, one of the most durable and successful male athletes in American ultrarunning. In this conversation, we discussed some of the keys to his longevity, race stories from Hardrock, HURT 100, UTMB among others and how a change in diet to one of a more paleo/keto/OFM one helped with race recovery and much, much …
 
My guest on this episode is Hayden Hawks, one of the greatest talents in the sport of American ultrarunning. Today, we explore a myriad of topics including his competitive mindset, his professional approach to ultrarunning, what it was like competing against the likes of Jim Walmsley and Zach Miller, how ball sports athletes influenced his own appr…
 
Canada's Jazmine Lowther has been taking 2022 by storm in 2022 with her podium finish at Chuckanut 50K and most recently, her course record win at the Canyons by UTMB 100K. Today, I sat down with her to talk about her emerging ultrarunning career, her goals in the sport, the mindset of an elite athlete and much more. We also welcomed back Jamil Cou…
 
My guest today Michael Wardian has long been on my list of athletes I've wanted to converse with because he very well might be the new Most Interesting Man In The World. Beyond his running resume and achievements - of which there are many including running 7 marathons in 7 continents in 7 days (all under 3 hours), being the last man standing at the…
 
On his 30th birthday, Dean Karnazes decided to walk out of his birthday celebration to run 30 miles on a whim in search of adventure and renewed purpose. Today on the podcast, we talk about the book that initially put Dean on the map "Ultramarathon Man: Confessions Of An All-Night Runner" and his excellent follow up "A Runner's High: My Life In Mot…
 
First episode of 2022 and we welcome back repeat guests and fan favorites Sally McRae and Jason Koop to answer YOUR questions via a live YouTube broadcast (originally aired January 11, 2022). We cover a wide range of topics including sleep, heat training, training for races at altitude, mental toughness, long runs and much, much more! + Our Convers…
 
In this episode, I sat down with ultra endurance athlete Timothy Olson for a conversation about his record setting run on the famed Pacific Crest Trail (PCT). We unpacked all that went into his 51 days along the 2,653 mile route (averaging 51+ miles a day!) that runs from the southern terminus of the Mexican border to the Canadian border traversing…
 
In this episode, I sat down with ultra athlete Zach Miller talking running and racing, coming back from injury and some of his overall life philosophy. The conversation picks up where we last saw Zach in his film as a caretaker at Barr Camp to a now, a life on the road in his converted bus traveling through North America. We cover our summer at Har…
 
I had the pleasure of sitting down with Katie Asmuth, an emerging ultramarathoner from Southern California who turned many heads by finishing 5th at the 2021 Western States Endurance Run in a historic year for women. We talk through her running journey, how running plays a part in her life as a mom and nurse practitioner and much more. I also had a…
 
In this episode Hayden and Jonathon get into a folk rock battle, waste time Googling whether or not stickers are tumbleweed seeds, and discuss the very real possibility that their beautiful hometown of Turpin may have some very real ties to real estate fraud... --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://an…
 
Dr. Andy Pasternak is a family physician with a background in epidemiology and infectious disease and is also the newest medical director of the Western States Endurance Run. In today's episode, we go over the latest CDC findings regarding outdoor and surface transmission of Covid-19, the latest on vaccine efficacy and potential harm, the future of…
 
Excited to bring on Brendan Leonard of "Semi-Rad" fame on the podcast to talk about a variety of noteworthy topics today. If you aren't familiar with his work, start with his now viral 2018 film he made for REI called "How To Run 100 Miles". We chat about that, his journey into becoming a writer, his blue-collared approach to the creative process, …
 
US Forest Firefighter Jerry Garcia's path to becoming an ultrarunner was an improbable one. From growing up around gangs and violence in Los Angeles, finding trouble in the Navy and then getting mixed up in drugs and alcohol - even ending up homeless on the streets - it was hard to imagine a future around a healthy lifestyle of clean living and run…
 
In this episode, Hayden and Jonathon preview some music they've been working on, bring back their most popular segment, and come dangerously close to making grain elevators sound uninteresting. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/goneramblin/suppo…
 
Honored to have Judge Craig Mitchell (39:20) and filmmaker Gabi Hayes (1:17:11) on to discuss the documentary "Skid Row Marathon" and the Skid Row Running Club which was founded by the judge to help recovering homeless addicts find their way back to society. Also spoke with Anton Krupicka (3:20) again about his double crossing of the illustrious Gr…
 
It was a blast going LIVE on YouTube with athlete coaches Sally McRae and Jason Koop. In an effort to kick off 2021 the right way, we answered your questions ranging from strength training, 100K race tactics, when one should hire a coach, sleep training for a 250 mile race...and much more! + YouTube LIVE https://youtu.be/Bp7PRxXa6zY + Sally McRae h…
 
Our guest Jacob Puzey has been the face and voice for his brother Tommy Rivers Puzey as he continues his fight to survive and beat cancer (Primary Pulmonary N/K T-cell Lymphoma). In today's podcast, we talk about his latest condition, how the family is coping but of course cover Jake's journey as well, including some really great insight and storie…
 
In this supersized episode, Jonathon and Hayden talk to special guest Cody Opitz about moving from the city to God's country, debate Taco Tico, and discover that the Oklahoma Panhandle does, indeed, have a Sphinx. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.…
 
In this episode Jonathon and Hayden try to shake off the collective national trauma of the recent election by talking about their own high school elections, the history of the Oklahoma Panhandle, and the mystery of the "Shaman's Portal"...aka "the Bermuda Triangle of Oklahoma"...aka the Beaver Sand Dunes. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: …
 
Had a great conversation with two incredible women. First up, Adidas athlete Corrine Malcolm and I discuss her amazing FKT (Fastest Known Time) on the 171-mile Tahoe Rim Trail traverse. What went right, what went wrong on her magical day. Then a long form conversation with co-founder Helen Russell of Equator Coffees in Marin County, CA. We discuss …
 
In this episode Hayden and Jonathon discover the shocking truth about their Swedish listener, talk about fiber optics, and spend probably too much time discussing how superior the Oklahoma Panhandle is compared to Florida's. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: http…
 
I am always fascinated by human beings who live life bravely and authentically. Enter Cass Beach who one day decided to forego a "typical" life and pare down her possessions, buy an RV and live life on the road along with her two pets. We dissect how she makes her lifestyle possible and why she decided to go down this path...and much more! + RV Tou…
 
Please enjoy my conversation with former Olympian, ultra endurance athlete and coach, Chris Hauth. Today we talked about training during the pandemic, self-curated adventures and getting creative in the outdoors, our respective journeys on iconic routes - Chris on the Tahoe Rim Trail, me on the John Muir Trail, and much more. + 29029 Utah Video htt…
 
In this episode the boys debrief their new "correspondent" Bret Bowers on his recent trip to the 'Handle. They also introduce a new, totally appropriate and obviously kid friendly segment called "How did they die?" and talk a bit about Beer City. America's #1 Weekly Podcast on life in the Oklahoma Panhandle. --- This episode is sponsored by · Ancho…
 
In this episode the boys are joined by Robert Reid, host of OETA's Gallery America on PBS. Robert spent 20 years as a travel writer, writing for publications as varied as the New York Times and ESPN and appearing as an expert travel guest on shows like the Today Show. In today's episode, he gets to talk about a place he's surprisingly passionate ab…
 
In this episode the guys interview special guest Dan Wade about the history of a certain "lake" the Oklahoma Panhandle would be famous for...if anyone outside of there had actually heard of it. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/goneramblin/suppo…
 
Excited to converse with Adidas athlete Sabrina Stanley for the first time! We covered a lot of things in this one including her most recent Nolan's 14 FKT (Fastest Known Time), the double standards of competitiveness for men and women, her passion to be the best in this sport and much more. Also a catch up with good friend and ultra stud Maggie Gu…
 
Hayden and Jonathon dive deep into Oklahoma Panhandle facts and ask a question that has plagued deep thinkers for generations: Why is that giant beaver holding a cookie? (Hint: It is a beaver, but that's not a cookie.) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://an…
 
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