AOF:225 Kenton Clairmont of Train to Hunt.

Kenton Clairmont is the founder of an up and coming event that combines the skills to bow hunt with extreme fitness needed to navigate the backcountry. We talk about the fitness needs and specific workouts that will help athletes with the competition as well as some very basic beginner information for new bow hunters and…

AOF:223 Lo Myrick on intentions, start up culture, and a swim-run event everyone should try.

We had a great conversation with Lo Myrick from what the start up culture taught her to why doing things with intention is so important, especially in the morning. We also talk about how she stays fit on the road as someone who travels a lot. She shares a story about a swim run event…

Lauren has her Labrum repaired, and SUP as training for ultra running and more.

Lauren Jones of Life’s 2 Short Fitness just underwent Labrum surgery and she tells about the whole process from the signs and symptoms that led to the injury as well as the surgery process and recovery so far through a few weeks. She also talks about setting goals post op to stay motivated and how…

AOF:221 Ryan Atkins gets ready for 700km on his fat bike in polar bear country.

If you know who Ryan Atkins is, it is probably because of his excellence in the OCR circuit. Today, we talk about one of his many adventures he plans on taking on in the cold of Canada for a great cause. Fat biking in polar bear country on frozen lakes, sounds about right for one…

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…

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…

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…

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…

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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