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French and English podcast. Professional bike racer Maghalie Rochette describes her passion for her sport as a "fever". For her, being passionate is more than just loving something, it's an all-encompassing feeling, and most importantly, it's contagious. Fever Talk is a show about passion, where Maghalie discusses with passionate people who have made a career out of their crafts and their passion. With these casual conversations, dive directly into the universe of artists, business founders, ...
 
Matt's Podcast will inspire and educate you to take action in order to get healthier in mind and body, create successful habits, become happier, and LIVE THE DREAM! D.R.E.A.M. is an acronym that Matt uses that stands for Diet, Rest, Exercise, Attitude, and Meaning. If you own these 5 topics, your life will be FULL OF INCREDIBLE ENERGY! Matt was an alcoholic for a decade before overcoming his addiction. He is now a Certified Health Coach, 2-Time World Record Holder, Behavior Change Specialist ...
 
Welcome to King of the Ride host hosted by Ted King. A professional road racer turned gravel, I've taken the top step at Dirty Kanza twice and often visit the podium, but more than anything it's the gravel community that makes me happy. Slinging maple syrup, leading rides, hosting camps, and just enjoying life on two wheels, I now have the chance to chat with athletes, entrepreneurs, and all walks-of-life who love the bicycle. Hop on board and please enjoy the ride!
 
The Science of Sports Recovery Podcast dives deep into what the elite athletes are doing for their recovery routines that keep them at the top levels of performance. Guests include Professional Athletes from all disciplines as well as World-Leading Researchers on specific tools, nutrition, and trends in the Sports recovery industry to make sure you know Fact from Placebo to help you develop the recovery routine to take you to the top of your sport. Hosted by Jase Kraft - Recovery Specialist ...
 
Are you a sportsman drag racer or fan? This is the podcast you've been looking for! Within The Sportsman Drag Racing Podcast w/ Luke & Jed, hosts Luke Bogacki & Jared Pennington discuss the latest happenings and debate hot topics within the sport of drag racing. In addition to their own commentary, they host weekly guests that include some of the rock stars of our sport. From NHRA to IHRA, from local weekly bracket competition to the richest and most prestigious events in the nation: The Spo ...
 
Welcome to the MTB TRIBE Podcast, aimed at you- the mountain biker. If you are a beginner or advanced rider, male or female, racer, cruiser or just like the lifestyle, then the MTB TRIBE Podcast is for you. Our aim is to talk to the best people in the industry and to delve into their minds in order to provide you with a unique take on the world of mountain biking. We’ll be bringing you fresh insights into the industry by examining the sport literally from the ground up- from the trails and t ...
 
Everyone Racers is a podcast that focuses on amateur endurance racing from beginner to advanced, as well as the news, tips, and tricks that go along with our hobby. Four friends and often teammates; Chrissy Mittura, Christopher Abbott, Jeff Wakemen and Christian "Mental" Ward discuss current racing trends and news, as well as occasional interviews and guests who are interesting people with different perspectives on racing and car culture. You never know what they'll discuss each week, but it ...
 
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Jason Weigandt shares final thoughts on the 2021 Monster Energy Supercross campaign, one that crowned this as Cooper Webb's era, and leads to the question of who will challenge him next: more big attempts from Eli Tomac and Ken Roczen, or someone else new coming up the ranks? What about this Tomac-to-Yamaha story? Plus, how will Cooper fare when ca…
 
In this untouchable episode of our podcast, Mental is sleep deprived, Jeff runs out of gas, Chrissy installs a deck, Chris removes rust with laundry detergent and electricity, and Donnie isn’t surprised that Mental didn’t finish the car. Really we talk with Mental and Dr. Floridaman Donnie live from the road as they are on their way to the Lemons T…
 
Chris Medland, my colleague at RACER.com who covers Formula 1, joins the podcast to discuss all the latest news and notes from overseas. Medland explains how F1 in Miami came to be; what has happened to Ferrari’s performance over the last year; how much teams try to get away with in F1; where the Haas team stands and their plans moving forward; a d…
 
Jessica Dorsey in back on the show and my goodness, she is a force of nature. When she was first on the pod, episode 181, her toughness, endurance, raw athleticism, and grit made her a listener favorite. She brought all of that, and more, to this episode mixed in with an equal amount of humility and pragmatism. Jessica is a 2:53 marathoner who work…
 
On episode #190 we are chatting with Jessie-May Morgan about her love for mountain biking, how she got interested in the race scene, her training schedule for racing, what it is like working for Bikerumor and how The DirtFund Project has helped fund her road to the Enduro World Series. Join us as we chat bikes, racing, training, working in the indu…
 
SPECIAL EDITION!! Daniel Blair, Tool Man Dan, and Producer Joe talk about Eli Tomac possibly going to Yamaha. Hang out with them as Daniel focuses on the headlines in the sport and sometimes it goes off the rails. Go buy a limited edition t-shirt here: WWW.DCMXTOOLS.COM - Listen for the weekly Motosport.com Listener Question Giveaway - Become a par…
 
Monisha Kaltenborn is an F1 trailblazer. After growing up in India, she moved to Europe with her family and went on to study law, and it was as a lawyer that she first came into contact with F1. Over the years that followed she’d go on to become an integral part of the Sauber F1 team, first as CEO and then as the sport’s first ever female team prin…
 
Dale Earnhardt Jr. welcomes American badass, accomplished racer and good-time haver Bentley Warren onto the program to learn more about his colorful career on and off the race track. Ahead of the interview, Dale Jr. shares the story behind Isla receiving a go kart as a birthday gift with co-host Mike Davis and the crew. What happened after the vide…
 
Today, we are chatting with Cory Camp. Cory grew up a swimmer and that consumed his life for 18 years until graduation day, whereas many of us, he found himself kind of at a loss of what to do, he found himself 40 pounds heavier than his athletic weight and overall not prepared for life after sport. He certainly got back on track now and works with…
 
Have you ever wanted to do something but that voice in your head held you back? I’m sure you have! Matt has many times. Why do we hold ourselves back? Fear. The interesting part is, most people could care LESS what we are up to. Most people are so worried about their own lives that they don’t know what you are doing. And that is so liberating. Livi…
 
This week on the CyclingTips Podcast... After a brief discussion of the Tour de Romandie and the Festival Elsy Jacobs, the podcast team discuss the upcoming Giro d'Italia. Dane breaks down which stages to tune into and which stages will decide the race (a more comprehensive list of stages can be found here thanks to Matt de Neef). Then the team dis…
 
This week Daniel Blair, Tool Man Dan, and Producer Joe talk about round 17 of the 2021 Supercross Championship in Salt Lake City. Hang out with them as Daniel focuses on the headlines in the sport and sometimes it goes off the rails. Go buy a limited edition t-shirt here: WWW.DCMXTOOLS.COM - Listen for the weekly Motosport.com Listener Question Giv…
 
Matt Yocum, formerly of Fox Sports and now SRX, is looking back at the end of his time covering NASCAR for Fox and what's ahead with SRX. Yocum discusses being out of the routine of covering NASCAR; joining DirtVision last month for the World of Outlaws at Bristol; his love of all things motorsports; memories of Dale Earnhardt and the significance …
 
In our last Mastering 40 episode (ep. 12) my conversation with my running coach and sports psychologist were overwhelmingly positive. It appeared as though I had finally gotten my left knee healthy and was running again. All that changed a few days after that episode was published. The knee pain returned just as suddenly as it mysteriously arrived …
 
Would today's most prominent bracket racers have been more successful or less successful in a previous era? What skill set has the biggest impact on success in today's big dollar bracket world, and how has it changed? Jed and I discuss and debate these topics on this week's podcast. In addition, we share some thoughts on the recent major announceme…
 
Cycling apparel may look similar between various brands, but when you dig a little deeper, there are often seemingly small variations that can make a world of difference in terms of how well they work out on the road. In other words, that tag may say “polyester” on it, but that only tells one tiny part of the story — and it’s time to learn a little…
 
Stefanie Flippin is back and, my goodness, what a return. I'll simply quote her Strava page as it says it all: Going home with the US 100 Mile National Title! 14:35:21: 1st woman, 3rd OA, 40 minute CR, 6th fastest all-time 100 mile for an American woman and the race of a lifetime. This was an hour and twenty minute PR for me, with 20 minute 50 mile…
 
Host of the "Blank Check" podcast, Griffin Newman, joins Ian de Borja to talk about his early obsession with Pixar, writing college essays in defense of "bad" movies and the movies that changed his life. Hosted by Ian de Borja Find additional content about Movies That Changed My Life at IMDb.com/podcasts. Follow IMDb on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram…
 
On episode #189 we are chatting with Alex Clark the founder and owner of the Knoxville Outdoor Tours Mountain Bike Guide Company about how his local scene has changed over the Covid period, why he is stoked to see new people on the trails, new rider behaviors and awareness, what Alex believes the future of mountain biking looks like, and why he dec…
 
Some TV shows transcend the market they are directed at and Bluey is definitely in that category. Especially in my house! Daley Pearson is a co founder of Ludo Studio, the Brisbane-based production company behind Australia's most watched TV series which has more than 350 million downloads and is now a global hit. Ludo has won three Emmy Awards, a L…
 
Paddy Lowe’s career in F1 took him from Williams to McLaren to Mercedes and then back to Williams. Over the course of that journey Paddy developed some of the biggest tech innovations the sport has seen – including active suspension - as well as working with the likes of Senna, Prost, Hakkinen, Mansell and current superstar Lewis Hamilton. On this …
 
Dale Earnhardt Jr. and his former Hendrick Motorsports crew chief Greg Ives are reunited on this episode to tell the story of how Ives made it in the sport and share previously unheard reflections on their time working together. Before Ives joins the program, Dale Jr. and co-host Mike Davis react to the weekend’s events at Talladega Superspeedway. …
 
Jason Weigandt shares his thoughts on hot topics with one round remaining in Monster Energy Supercross, then finds Zach Osborne down at the place he used to own—ClubMX—and gets an update on his riding after a back injury ruined his supercross campaign. Zach also talks about Cooper Webb’s ability to ramp it up late in the races and his feelings abou…
 
Today I'm chatting with the author of Roar: Women Are Not Small Men. She is the leading global expert on female physiology and endurance training. So if you are a woman, if you coach women, if you have a wife that's training, if you're interested in wooing an endurance woman, you have to go check out her Instagram @DrStacySims and go learn some stu…
 
When is the last time you did something new? Think about it. How did it feel to learn? How did it feel to get better at the new activity each week or month? Felt great, right? Matt started playing the guitar a few months ago and he has never played an instrument in his life. It isn’t easy! He is learning how difficult it is to learn. But also how m…
 
This week on the CyclingTips Podcast... The Ardennes are over which means we are hurtling towards Grand Tour season. The crew discusses the final four one-day races for the men and women; La Flèche Wallonne and Liège-Bastogne-Liège. With the Giro d'Italia mere weeks away, Dane teases who will attend the first Grand Tour. Finally, ins this week's Ne…
 
Grant's 'little' project has finally broken cover – Five children's books, based on the lives of the best motorsport stars our country has ever seen. In this episode of Parked Up, he tries not to gloat too much about the new books and how they came about. The boys also speak to John Bowe, one of the subjects for the books, plus the regular news, vi…
 
In the latest of our deep-dive episodes, where we chat with the people behind new products, we sit down with Kate Powlison, road brand manager at SRAM, and Paul Cantor, road director at SRAM, to learn about SRAM's new Rival eTap AXS, the companies increasing focus on electronic shifting, and what it all means moving forward. This episode is brought…
 
This week Daniel Blair, Coach Robb, Tool Man Dan, and Producer Joe talk about round 16 of the 2021 Supercross Championship Series Residency in Salt Lake City. Hang out with them as Daniel focuses on the headlines in the sport and sometimes it goes off the rails. - Listen for the weekly Motosport.com Listener Question Giveaway - Become a part of the…
 
Yes, you read that title correctly. As a teenager John Verhagen was a 300lb high school football player with an eye on playing in college. After getting recruited to several small schools in the Upper-Midwest, John was forced to give up his dream. His health was in jeopardy due to his weight and diet. Football was gone - as was the soda, pop, and m…
 
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