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David Nage | BlockWorks Group

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Base Layer will be providing insights from founders and investors in the base layer of cryptoassets. Simplifying complex projects and the technology being developed, from interoperability to relayers and more - who is building the future, why are they and how are they doing it.
 
Have you ever felt frustrated trying to start running after age 40 or keep up competitive running in your 40s, 50s, and beyond? How can runners keep running and not 'shuffling' as they get older? Are there benefits to running in your 40s and over? If you've ever found yourself asking those questions, you are in the right place! Welcome to the Running After Age 40 Podcast, the podcast about all things related to Running at 40 and Beyond produced by www.runningwithgrit.com. We help you stay ph ...
 
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Jim is joined by author Clayton Trutor to break down down the hall of fame candidacy of former Atlanta Hawks guard Lou Hudson. First, Jim and Clayton discuss how Hudson was to the 70s what HOFer Alex English was to the 80s. Next, they talk about the dynamic backcourt of Hudson and Pistol Pete, how Hudson compares to Earl Monroe, and how much playin…
 
For Christina Tosi, baking wasn't just a delicious childhood hobby—it was a daily creative outlet and a way to blow off steam. After college, she went to culinary school and honed her pastry technique at high-end restaurants in NYC. But she also craved the opportunity to make unfussy, nostalgic desserts like the ones she grew up eating. So in 2008,…
 
Joined by Jason Adams (@adamsonhockey) on the show to discuss the Oilers start to the 2021/22 regular season, what they've done well and where they need to improve. We talked about Holland's off-season moves on the blueline and some of the early struggles there. We also talked about Jesse Puljujärvi, how important he is today and going forward, plu…
 
What exactly is vitamin D? What is the normal level of vitamin D? What are potential problems or issues related to low vitamin D in runners? If you are wondering the answers to any of these complicated questions about vitamin D, this episode is for you! We cover a summary of the benefits of vitamin D supplementation, when and how to take vitamin D,…
 
As an avid athlete and college basketball player, Missy Park was lucky to grow up during the early era of Title IX, the 1972 law that created new opportunities for young women to play sports. But in the years before Lululemon and Athleta, activewear for women was either ill-fitting or non-existent. So in 1989—with little experience in apparel or re…
 
Carson, a multi-time founder, joins us on Base Layer to discuss all the things they are building at Lattice, Arca Endeavor's second investment. Lattice brings the Bloomberg "RFQ" function (request for quote) to the world of digital asset trading, which is aiming to optimize price discovery and removal of human error. This should be a pivotal moment…
 
Michael joins us to discuss Star Atlas, one of the most talked-about P2E, blockchain-based games coming to market. Star Atlas is a virtual gaming metaverse based in the year 2620. The metaverse introduces a unique gaming experience through the combination of both traditional core game and blockchain mechanics, which Michael discusses along the jour…
 
We have gone a little unconventional with this episode and we aren’t mad about it, and we don’t think you will be either! The cold winter months are coming up and we are here to help you prepare. Eric dives deep into the importance of staying active during the cold season, and ways you can take advantage of the outdoors and be warm and safe in the …
 
Jim is joined by Site Manager of SB Nation's Grizzly Bear Blues and Host of Grizzly Bear Blues Live, Joe Mullinax, to break down the hall of fame candidacy of former Memphis Grizzlies Power Forward Zach Randolph. First, Jim and Joe discuss the Grit and Grind Era and how Randolph was made to be in Memphis, Tennessee (7:00). Next, they talk about the…
 
In the field of bio-tech, it can take 10 years and millions of dollars to see if an experimental idea might turn into a life-saving treatment—if it ever does. Noubar Afeyan fully understood those risks when he co-founded Moderna in 2010. He and his colleagues were looking for a way to deploy the messenger RNA molecule to tackle life-threatening dis…
 
If you love running and learning about the science behind training and injuries, take a listen to this episode. We review running-related research articles from Fall 2021. Highlights are discussed including: Effects of running on cartilage Running during the COVID pandemic Running related injuries- causes and incidence Wearable technology and runni…
 
Carla shares how she started running back in middle school as she wanted to be the best at something. She didn't realize at the time that it would lead to a life-long love of 'endorphins'. She shined in high school track and cross country and continued on to an extremely successful Division 1 college career. She loved the feeling of accomplishment …
 
Pat White and Amy Kalnoki join me for a special Base Layer episode as we discuss Bitwave, a tax and accounting platform that digital asset projects are flocking to. Why? Bitwave has developed special tools to focus specifically on the implications of DeFi activity like staking, yield farming, and more. Bitwave is the first investment in our new ven…
 
Today, a big show highlights some work we have done at Arca, the firm I have helped build over the last three years. Rayne Steinberg, our CEO, joins me on the show today to navigate the news we are dropping and what it entails for the future. Fascinating stuff - I can't wait for you all to listen!By David Nage | BlockWorks Group
 
Ladies and Gentlemen we are officially another 15 episodes down on the Power Of Lifting Podcast! We want to again, thank all our guests for taking time to share their stories with us and all the wisdom we learned from them. Also a very big thank you to our listeners for your continued support and encouragement! Just as Eric mentions in our intro, o…
 
Jim is joined by the host of the podcast "Locked on Vikings", Luke Braun, to break down down the hall of fame candidacy of former Minnesota Vikings Defensive End Jim Marshall. First, Jim and Luke discuss how Marshall defied the odds by playing in 282 consecutive games as a defensive end in the 1960s and 1970s (5:26). Next, they discuss the infamous…
 
While traveling abroad with her husband in 2016, Fawn Weaver became fixated on a New York Times article telling the little-known story of Nearest Green, a formerly enslaved man who taught Jack Daniel—yes, that Jack Daniel—how to make Tennessee whiskey. After diving deeper into the story, Fawn ended up purchasing the 300-acre farm in Lynchburg, Tenn…
 
If you are curious about mountain biking, Nordic Skiing, or just want to hear how real runners stay fit after 40, listen as Angie Kell tells her story. Angie describes how athletics and running became part of who she was during her childhood. She believes the unmatched friendships she has developed through sports are incredibly powerful. Most runne…
 
If you are a runner trying to balance work, parenting, life, and staying fit, you can't miss this episode. Kiersten is a wife, working professional, mom to 3, and previous collegiate basketball standout. She now applies a balanced approach to fitness and personal wellness. Kiersten details how she made the transition from collegiate sports to makin…
 
Scott, the CEO of Candy Digital, recently came on Base Layer to talk about building one of the most interesting NFT based sports collections to date. The world learned about sports NFT's via NBA Top Shot, but what Candy is building is different - adding experiences like throwing out the first pitch or being able to meet the players of the team you …
 
Join us as Zach Griffin explains how he originally started running, ran 13 marathons, and eventually fell back in love with running in his 40s. He is even seeing improvements in times and recently won his age division in a half-marathon! We discuss how Zach uses Hal Higdon's training plan, weight trains a few times per week, and advocates for stret…
 
If you've ever had the chance to meet Garrett Ussery then you know what a great man and friend he is. What you may also notice is his massive muscles! Coach Garrett joins us on the podcast to talk about his passion for the bodybuilding lifestyle and what it takes to put on size and strength. Join us as we talk with Garrett about his life working as…
 
Jim is joined by the Chief Content Officer of Rise Network and the creator of "The Quest for the Best" podcast miniseries, Mat Issa, to break down down the hall of fame candidacy of former Phoenix Suns shooting guard Walter Davis. First, Jim and Mat discuss the unique NBA scoring record Davis still holds (5:11). Next, they discuss the under-the-rad…
 
Paul English is a perpetual founder. Since high school, he's started 3 philanthropies and 8 companies—ranging from e-commerce, to gaming, to GetHuman, a site that helps users access human customer support. His best-known venture is probably KAYAK, a travel website launched in 2004 over two gin-and-tonics with co-founder Steve Hafner. Using a simple…
 
Ahmed joins me on the show for a great discussion on the build-out of Biconomy, a project I was lucky enough to know about in the earliest of days. Today, Biconomy seeks to accelerate web3.0 adoption by making all its components more composable, interoperable & usable. Tomorrow, Biconomy is the foundation of how transactions and chain interaction t…
 
Listen in as Katie, a former track and cross country athlete, discusses her year of gains. She has redefined what strength is and provides amazing recommendations on how to get started with strength training and optimizing nutrition in simple ways. Her wisdom about weight training is a must-listen for runners after age 40. Katie has found joy in Na…
 
On this episode of the Power Of Lifting Podcast we welcome coach Ryan Douglass back on and talk our Top Picks! We talk about everything from supplements to clothing. Get your notepad ready and listen in as Ryan and Eric talk their recommendations. Also stay tuned to the end of the episode to hear a big announcement we are very excited to share with…
 
Zach joins me on the show to talk about his road to helping build Mintable, a marketplace where people can find, sell and mint their own NFT's. We talk about the "mom experiment" -- creating a user interface that eliminates some of the technical complexities so more people outside the box could enjoy participating in this new world. We also talk ab…
 
Jim is joined by former producer for ESPN's Baseball Tonight and the creator of the website "Cooperstown Cred", Chris Bodig, to break down down the hall of fame candidacy of former MLB Closer Billy Wagner. First, Jim and Chris actually discuss the last season of Wagner's career and just how he left the game at the peak of his powers with a 1.43 ERA…
 
As Texas A&M students in the mid 2000's, Cory Cotton, Tyler Toney and their housemates spent countless hours playing hockey in the living room and attempting trick shots in the backyard. A spontaneous bet over a sandwich led the guys to make a video montage of outrageous basketball shots, which they titled Dude Perfect and posted on a new site call…
 
Join us for expert tips and tricks for running after 40 from a physical therapist, Cassie Wagner, who is juggling all the things- professional life as a PT, family time, and working out. Cassie details how she started running and got hooked on its physical and emotional benefits. She has specific tips for older runners related to warming up, streng…
 
Listen as Carrie (super-woman) provides advice to new runners and runners over 40 trying to get back into running- she explains the importance of setting realistic expectations, just starting, and being consistent with training. Carrie details her experiences running several marathons, completing the Ironman, and her latest achievement- qualifying …
 
Listen in as Tami details how she is training for her first marathon after the age of 40. She describes how she stays motivated, sticks with her plan, and manages the hard days that come along with marathon training and running. Tami finds inspiration from her daughter and running occasionally with a group, but she also just sets her goals and goes…
 
We are honored to have Kori Wagner on the Power Of Lifting Podcast! Kori is a bodybuilding figure pro and world level competitor. She has worked with Eric since 2013 and they share with us a bit of their journey together. If being a pro athlete isn’s impressive enough, she does it all while be a long haul semi-truck driver! Yes you read that right.…
 
Last week, both the Baseball Hall of Fame and Basketball Hall of Fame held their induction ceremonies. Jim first shares his thoughts on Derek Jeter, Larry Walker, and the rest of their Cooperstown class (3:13). Then, Jim tells you how he really feels about 2021 Basketball Hall of Fame inductee Paul Pierce and his recent comments about his own induc…
 
After more than 20 years working in the shoe business, Wayne Edy decided to strike out on his own, risking most of his savings to launch his own brand. Knowing he was entering a crowded field, he focused on a niche sport—trail running—and developed a lightweight shoe with a rubber-cleat sole, well-suited to the terrain near his home in England's La…
 
Have you struggled with slowing down in your running pace or just getting back to running as you are in your 40s, 50s, or beyond? Join us as 43-time marathon runner Vince Santucci discusses how he's found his 'why' behind training and new reasons to keep him running even though he doesn't typically race anymore. Vince details how he focuses on the …
 
Sebastien, the co-founder of The Sandbox, joins me for a must-listen on the state of blockchain-based gaming. Over the past two years, this industry has seen exponential growth, from daily active users (DAU's) of some games eclipsing 1 million players to new metaverses that should make any diehard Minecraft or Roblox player take a look. Listen to a…
 
Coach Zach Pulkinen joins the podcast this week! Zach has been a competitor his whole life. From collegiate soccer and football to champion bodybuilder, Zach knows what it takes to win. Fresh off the bodybuilding stage we get to chat with Zach about his coaching, his IYCYM philosophy, and of course his massive Nike shoe collection. Interested in wo…
 
Welcome to the trailer for Season 1 of the Running After Age 40 Podcast. This inaugural season is titled "I Get By With a Little Running With My Friends" and the show will be detailing how real people run at age 40 and beyond. My guests will be my personal friends from the last 30 years of running- college friends, work colleagues, neighbors, and m…
 
Jim is joined by long-time Portland sportswriter (Oregon Journal, The Oregonian, Portland Tribune) Kerry Eggers to break down down the hall of fame candidacy of former NBA point guard Terry Porter. First, Jim and Kerry talk about Porter's performance in Game 5 and Game 7 of the 1990 NBA Western Conference Semifinals (6:36). Next, they discuss a num…
 
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