Ray Zahab is an energetic and informed traveler, runner, and founder of Impossible 2 Possible.
We only had a short time to record this show but it served the interview well. It kept us fast paced and on point.
It allowed for the best moments of Ray’s travels and adventures to surface without the fluff that some audio shows have. More below the images
Death Valley Extreme run.. with
Ray Zahab, Chris Roman and Will Laughlin(runners)… Bob Cox, David Bohn Support crew plus others
I asked some pretty interesting questions, to me anyways. Here are a couple that really stood out:
- Where in the world is the best place to stargaze? Figured someone who has been to the most remote and least light polluted places on the planet may have a good answer for this one.
- Give up one: sight, hearing, use of legs. Because I know people without these things I always wonder what it would be like, but if you could choose? Just curious I suppose.
- What is you favorite Matt Damon movie? There is a legit reason for this one, you’ll have to listen.
Ray was a blast to interview and his shows holds it’s own against any of our previous guests. Give it a listen. If you like it, share with someone who may need an adventure.
The podcast with Ray Zahab
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