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Learn the Spartan mindset. Founder & CEO of Spartan Race and NY Times best-selling author, travels the globe seeking and answers authors, academics, athletes, adventurers, entrepreneurs, CEOs and thought leaders. It will shift your thinking, make you laugh and and give you the tools you need. He’s on a mission to find the secrets to success in all aspects of life. Not only does Joe interview epic people, he has brought together an amazing panel to break down and analyze every aspect of these ...
 
Are you looking for a high energy, in yo' face, push thru the pain, explode thru the weight,"WITNESS MY FITNESS" podcast? Well, THIS ISN'T IT! If what you ARE looking for is inspiring conversations with regular people who have attained exceptional results, then you are in the right place! Do you want to better understand how to train as your body ages through the decades? How something that worked in your 20's could actually be keeping you from excelling in your 40's. I'll introduce you to s ...
 
Kendrick and James are coffee professionals, but their interests span across the galaxies of sports, anime, comedy, pets, and running Spartan Races all through the Asian American lens. They infuse their experience in the hospitality industry to the conversations that they have with each other, and the guests that sit with them. Wine, weed, whiskey and all things in between.
 
The Garage Gym Athlete Podcast was born from a community of underground athletes you've probably never heard of before. The idea for this show stemmed from Jerred Moon, the creator of Garage Gym Athlete programming, when he would do weekly coaching calls with Garage Gym Athletes. He found each athlete had such a unique story, an inspirational journey, and had overcome their own set of challenges that could help impact other athletes...but only if the stories could be told to all. The athlete ...
 
Created for those who have never ran an obstacle course race (OCR) and want to, those who are weekend warriors who are looking to become elite obstacle course racers, and those elite racers who are want to keep up to date with the community. Whether you are into mud run’s, marathons, ultra-marathons or adventure racing we have something for you! We will be talking to professional racers, personal trainers, fitness coaches, nutritionists and race creators to bring you the best practices to ge ...
 
Welcome to the OCR Disrupt Podcast with Nick Day and James Ruckley. This podcast is all about obstacle course racing (OCR). We discuss and review kit, races, OCR community fundraising, athletes, events, provide tips, advice and tackle the controversial obstacle course racing conversations. We also try and find out just who could possibly beat Jon at Obstacle Course Racing? Expect moans, groans, whinging, whining, expletives, profanity and laughter as Nick and James attempt to tackle and deba ...
 
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When do you take risks, when do you play it safe? It turns out it's not one or the other. Sukhinder Singh Cassidy talks with Spartan founder and CEO Joe De Sena about the importance of risk-taking, and suggests using a series of choices and risks to create better outcomes. One simple formula - if your FOMO is bigger than your fear of failure, you'r…
 
This week we are looking at another study on social mean and how it can effect performance. Then we have a very interesting current event to discuss about weight loss. We don't do much in current events but this we couldn't not talk about.
 
“It's not wrestlers that have done well in MMA or are doing well in MMA. That is historically false. It is American wrestlers. Specifically because of the takedown. Knowing to hold a man down against his will, or vice versa, you get taken down, force it to get up and get free with a guy on top of you who's a trained killer who doesn't want you free…
 
“I really look at Leadville as being a reminder of how to live. Conserve, preserve, stay connected, stay happy. Don’t be worn down early on,” says Ted McDonald, aka Barefoot Ted, from “Born to Run” and founder of Luna Sandals. Spartan Up Endurance Series host, Johnny Waite, talks with Barefoot Ted about fueling our bodies with the right nutrition, …
 
Does fasting sound like another new and confusing health trend? According to Dr. Will Cole, author of “Intuitive Fasting,” and Joe De Sena, founder & CEO of Spartan, fasting was a part of regular life for our ancestors who did not always have a convenient meal at their fingertips. They explain the metabolic benefits, some basic first steps, and som…
 
“You know, the whole basis of this is like, Hey, I didn't make it as a professional athlete. Right? But when it came to my job and it came to my life, you know, including climbing, you know, climbing has been so important to me my entire life. It fills up my spirit and it helps me build resilience to all the things that challenge us in a daily life…
 
As a kid did you run around for the fun of it? You were probably stronger than you think. Can you get back in touch with that feeling? Who needs motivation when you are just having a great time? Barefoot Ted was one of the unintentional stars of Christopher Mcdougal's book "Born to Run," and the originator of Luna Sandals. Spartan Up Endurance Seri…
 
In 2014 this conversation with Richard Branson was one of Joe De Sena's first Spartan Up interviews. Branson explained why he had the vision to travel to space. At the time he expected to make the journey by the end of that year. We all know a few months later many expected Branson to give up on the dream. This is an interview about character, resi…
 
This week once again backs up something we have been telling our athletes for a long time. Having flexibility in your training and moving your days around, and order in which you track it completely in your control and can help you for a lot of reasons. Then we talk about times and ways we flex our training some.…
 
“Stop worrying about what other people think about you. You know, those very first steps you take, as a runner, when you feel stupid, when you feel you have no right to be there, you’re maybe feeling...you’re in kind of baggy running kit, and overweight, and don’t really know what you’re doing. And you’re so paranoid that people are going to see yo…
 
“Usually, everything that I’ve done, someone’s probably done before me, and I would like to be the person that sets the bar for the next one. I know, every time I put a weight on my back, that somebody has lifted that before. I’m not the first person. And I know that if I set the world record in it, someone’s going to break it. So I better set it h…
 
He played in the NFL as an offensive lineman for 6 years, but transition came hard for Marques Ogden. But through the lows and highs, he learned how to make it work. Today he shares accountability and constant motion. Still- through the lows and highs, he learned how to make it work. Today he shares what he learned with Spartan founder & CEO Joe De…
 
This week I think all athletes can take something away from. First we are looking at a study (survey) that examined perfectionism and how you perceive staying regimented and "perfect." Then the team is talking about heat acclimation and intensity of workouts in the heat.
 
“When things wrap around in our head all the time, and it’s not something we write down, it can play mind games with us. I mean, talk about bumping up your mental game, right? It’s why journaling can be so useful. Because when you take what’s in your head and you put it in your hand, you can really begin to evaluate, like, ‘Oh, is what I'm thinking…
 
“...You’re just getting super super good at one capacity, and if you’re lucky, and you ride the razor of cutting your diet down and doing your training right, you will be the champion of that. But, as soon as you take off your bike helmet, and get off the bike, you might as well be like a-- you’re like a toddler. You’re weak, you’re imbalanced,” sa…
 
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