Ultra Dirt:07 How running ultra’s is like dating.

Today we enlighten listeners by explaining why we think running ultras is like dating. From coconut oil to friendships – we make some appropriate and inappropriate running and life analogies. Next up we interview Shannon Robertson from The Born Wild Project! Ultra Dirt is a part of the Athlete On Fire Network! You can find them on their very own site HERE too!

 

 

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AOF:157 David Clark ” We are ALL Superman.”

David Clark founded the We Are Superman site to inspire action.  The action he has taken after living the life of a morbidly obese addict has been no less than awesome.  He celebrated 10 years of sobriety with ten truly epic challenges that he shares with us on the show.  If you or someone you know is in a rut or needs help deciding what step to take next, the message might be here.  Enjoy this passion filled episode of Athlete On Fire.

 

 

On the show:

  • What is the We Are Superman project?
  • The Zen Epic Ten.  A ridiculously epic challenge celebrating 10 years of sobriety.
  • Meet Desmond.
  • The full Badwater disaster
  • What it’s like running 48 hrs on a treadmill.
  • How his addiction has made his life of running interesting
  • The quad Boston Marathon

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Max Conserva is back on the show to share a new training protocol he helped develop for coaches and trainers to work better with adaptive athletes.  Before reading anymore be sure to check out the program here. So many trainers simply pass off the opportunity to work with athletes with prosthetics or other obstacles when […]

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62 Miles: Grateful Suffering

I get these ideas.  You do too, I’m sure, but when it sits there banging around in my head the only thing I can do is go for it.  Yeah, it probably drives my wife crazy occasionally but she is kind of the same way so it usually works.  So, when I told her I […]

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Moving into the great unknown of 2018, one thing is certain.

I started Athlete On Fire fours year ago.  Holy crap, that seems amazing.  Often, I had no idea what I was doing. Other times, no idea why I was doing.  The effort for creating media and content to try and help strangers from who knows where is a real thing.  It’s redundant.  Reach out, record, […]

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AOF:215 Kriste Peoples, Outdoor Afro, and her mission to get more people outdoors!

Man, what a gift. To meet someone multiple times, our guest is a good friend of my wife, but not get to know her much better until recording the show! She has much more to say but if you think it is important to get people from every corner of society into the outdoors, you’ll […]

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Ted Ibarra – Best friend of weight, distance and misery

Being part of the Goruck furniture in Southern California, Ted Ibarra is in his element surrounded by weight, flutter kicks and most importantly, his friends.

To him, the event is largely unimportant. Camaraderie and having a get-together are his priorities. But, it begs the question, “why not just have a dinner or something that doesn’t involve pain?”. Isn’t there a more sedate way of surrounding yourself with good company and making good memories?

Cookie from Team SISU caught up with Ted and tries to fathom why the Orange County resident likes being in pain so much.

Picture credit: Josue Carillo

More Amazing Athletes

AOF:220 Jesse Itzler on raising adventurous kids, an Everest challenge, and his journey.

Jesse Itzler is a serial entrepreneur, ultra runner, and general seeker of adventure. On the show we talk about: Adventurous parenting Addiction to newness, Mental toughness. Business and entrepreneurial ambitions. The Cryathlon- an event he is organizing that sound BRUTAL! 29zero29– His event that pushes you to gain the height of Everest in a weekend […]

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AOF:219 Grizzly bears, biking adventure, and a calling found in the mountains.

Our guest is as passionate about the outdoors as anyone we have had on the show. We talk about his calling and many of the adventures that have come along with it. Of his personal achievements, he completed an 1800 mile bikepack from Banff, Canada to his home in Colorado. From day to day, you […]

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AOF:218 From Mobility WOD HQ, functional training for adaptive athletes.

Max Conserva is back on the show to share a new training protocol he helped develop for coaches and trainers to work better with adaptive athletes.  Before reading anymore be sure to check out the program here. So many trainers simply pass off the opportunity to work with athletes with prosthetics or other obstacles when […]

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AOF:217 Former Olympian finding better ways to deal with injuries with technology.

Ian Warner is a serial entrepreneur, former collegiate and Olympic athlete, and now, a father and husband.  We talk about the idea he has had for year that he finally made happen and the friend he lost that inspires him everyday to keep going.   We talk about failures along the way that give us […]

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AOF:156 Jim Harshaw Jr. and wrestling with success.

Jim Harshaw Jr. is a former All-American wrestler from the University of Virginia and we love his message. Use the failures and successes from your life as an athlete to figure out how to be successful in every aspect of your life.

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Go check out more from Jim at his website HERE!

 

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AOF:219 Grizzly bears, biking adventure, and a calling found in the mountains.

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AOF:218 From Mobility WOD HQ, functional training for adaptive athletes.

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AOF:217 Former Olympian finding better ways to deal with injuries with technology.

Ian Warner is a serial entrepreneur, former collegiate and Olympic athlete, and now, a father and husband.  We talk about the idea he has had for year that he finally made happen and the friend he lost that inspires him everyday to keep going.   We talk about failures along the way that give us […]

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The Cooldown: 001 Negative 800’s with Burpee Regression

The Cooldown is our newest production project and we are excited to share the workout from each episode on the Athlete On Fire site.  The Cooldown will be released every Tuesday over at Mud Run Guide so be sure to stay in the loop.  Be sure to get the Athlete On Fire app to have it come to you every week.  Just go to your app store and search Athlete On Fire!

Here is the workout from the show.. OUCH!

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