Month / December 2014

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  • How does your journey as an athlete help others find their own?

    If you believe, as I truly do, that everyone is an athlete, then you should continue reading. Over your lifetime you will change as a person multiple times. Your politics may change,…

  • 089 Alicia Woodside: Ignoring the race course so it seems new, GPS for runners, and why she’s not running for gold.

    Today’s guest runs for the love of it. That’s for sure. A self described uncoachable forest runner takes her turn as a member of Canada’s National 100k team and the chance to compete against the world in Doha in the fall of 2014. She shares how she is making some drastic training changes to make it work in the competition. She loves running so much that her day job is with a really cool running app out of Vancouver that is like GPS for runners. Listen to learn more and grab some of the great energy from today’s Athlete On Fire.

  • WW:33 Weekend Warriors: Candid chat with the founder of a new running based website with a twist!

    First off, thanks so much for listening. So we brought Lauren Jones back on the show again for a much different type of Weekend Warrior episode. She turned 32 this weekend and…

  • 088 Sarah Barber: Road, mountain, or gravel. just ride.

  • WW:32 Weekend Warriors: Heart surgery , a handshake, and looking to 2015.

    Weekend Warrior is back after a couple week hiatus. Scott’s dad had life changing heart surgery and one small gesture meant the world to him as to his resilience. We give kudo’s to some amazing creative talent and plan for big things in 2015. Thanks for listening to the Athlete On Fire show!

  • CoolDown: 012 Rusch To Glory: Adventure, risk and triumph on the path less travelled.

    Google Rebecca Rusch. Go ahead. You won’t be disappointed in the athlete with a heart as big as the world she has traveled on foot, bike, and water. Rebecca shares some of her best and most inspiring stories, why she finally wrote a book(and how difficult is was), and what she is working on next. Learn how the “Queen Of Pain” got to where she is today and why there is a good chance you have a place to stay next time to visit Idaho!

  • 087 Travis McKenzie: Triathlete, lululemon race director, mental health advocate.

    Australian rules football? Yeah, we finally learn what that’s all about. Growing up on the Gold Coast in Australia around a triathlete dad and plenty of great AFL future players set the stage for our guest. Tons of great triathletes have come right out of his backyard and has quite the racing resume himself. Oh, and don’t forget, he is the race director of one of the biggest running events hosted by one of the coolest active companies out there, Lululemon. He shares some of how the pressure of live events can help in other areas of life. He is also a mental health advocate and shares his very personal, powerful story relating to the topic. We hope you enjoy this inspiring an energetic episode of Athlete On Fire.