50: Jason Jaksetic: Spartan Races and Leonard the Sandbag

November 29, 2017
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Get back to the earth. Today's episode is with Jason Jaksetic, the lifestyle brand manager for Spartan Races.  What a great time talking about how he went from a trialete in Kona to a man hauling sandbags up mountains...for fun. LOVED this episode and looking forward to taking on a Spartan Race in 2018. Who's coming with me!?

Be a Spartan!

Website:https://www.spartan.com/ 

Insta: https://www.instagram.com/spartan/ 

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/spartan/ 

Twitter: https://twitter.com/SpartanRace 

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49: Craig Kulyk: Creating Good Mornings

November 22, 2017
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"Do more. Stress less. Make every day count." 

Craig Kulyk, founder of Create Good Mornings, on the podcast. Enjoyed this episode immensely and have adopted some of the suggestions and changes...for the good.

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Website: http://www.creategoodmornings.com/
https://www.facebook.com/craig.kulyk  

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48: Diane Berberian: Loss of Sight & Seeing Life

November 15, 2017
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Diane lost her vision, but that didn't stop her--in anything.  One of the most fascinating and inspiring interviews to do.  Diana is a woman who knows no limits. Living with Macular Degeneration (MD), Diane has become one of the most celebrated and successful female Ironman athletes in the sport. Never racing the same long distance course twice, Diane thrives on taming the challenges that the sport of Paratriathlon offers; earning her the nickname of “The Iron Maven”.

With the aid of a sighted guide, Diane has pushed herself to remain competitive in a sport that draws only the strongest of character to it – the Ironman; a 2.4 mile swim, a 112 mile bike and 26.2 mile run.

Never one to settle, Diane set her sights on a new challenge and qualified for the USA National Paratriathlon Team in 2013. She earned the title of TRI6B National Paratriathlon Champion and the honour to represent her country at ITU Paratriathlon Worlds, where she placed 5th overall.She won the National Championship for Visually Impaired Females at the Woodrow Wilson Bridge Half Marathon in Washington, DC in October, 2014 then traveled to Wilmington, NC where she won the Para Division of the Beach 2 Battleship Half Ironman. That victory was the finishing touch on her long course competition career.

Follow Diane

Web: http://www.dianeberberian.org 
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Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/irondiane/ 

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47: Josh Mathe: More than Trails

November 10, 2017
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He's back!  We scheduled a podcast to talk about trail running and slow-packing, but as usual, Josh and I had a great chat about so much more:  why we (as humans) crack self-deprecating jokes, why trail running can feel scary, what goals are really about, and more.

We also have a CHALLENGE for you all! You won't want to miss out on the GIVEAWAY and the CHALLENGE at www.SwimBikeMom.com/giveaway or the group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/710277832509937/ 

Josh's new book, "I, Athlete" talks about awakening that ATHLETE inside of all of us - whether to acheive massive goals, or to just be the best version of ourselves. I really enjoyed this chat with Josh Mathe. Get inspired with his outlook, upbeat attitude and sage wisdom on all the things---yes, even medititation.

More on Josh

Josh Mathe is passionate about squeezing every last drop from life, and helping others do the same.  He the best-selling and award-winning author of In the Footsteps of Greatness and I, Athlete, as well as a speaker, fitness expert, nutritionist, ultra endurance athlete, and life adventurer.  Josh is the owner of One10 Performance & Nutrition, and when not in the office he spends his days running, biking, swimming, backpacking, or lifting heavy things.  Josh holds a Master’s of Science in Human Nutrition, and is a certified sports nutritionist (CISSN), Performance Enhancement Specialist (PES), and endurance coach.  He lives in Sacramento, CA with his wife and three crazy animals. 

For more information or to contact Josh directly, please visit www.joshmathe.com

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46: Mike Reilly: The Voice of IRONMAN

November 3, 2017
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"You are an IRONMAN!" Anyone who has dreamed of that finish line has also dreamed of those words being shouted at their finish---and if you are very lucky, by the man himself, Mike Reilly.  Mike "called" Meredith into the finish at IRONMAN Coeur d'Alene in 2013, and Lake Placid in 2015 (receiving a smooch on the cheek in 2015 from her!). 

Enjoy this candid and fun interview with @IronmanVoice, THE Mike Reilly, where we get the scoop:

  • Where did "You are an Ironman" start?
  • How long has he been announcing races?
  • What is Mike's most memorable "call in"?
  • How does he stay so positive? 
  • Would he tell someone they "should" do an IRONMAN? 
  • What's a day in the life of an IRONMAN day?
  • What does Mike do outside of triathlon?
  • What does his grandson call him? 
  • How does he (or does he) pick which races he attends?
  • What races for 2018?
  • What's next for Mike
  • How YOU can tell Mike your story...

Follow Mike

Web: http://www.mikereilly.net
Twitter:  https://twitter.com/ironmanvoice
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43: Down Syndrome: Three Moms Making a Difference

October 19, 2017
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Down Syndrome: three moms (Michelle, Leslie, and Dori) talk with Meredith about their kiddos, families and "law syndrome." The biggest take away from this episode for me was the fact that Down Syndrome individuals are REALLY just like us... truly. Listen more to these women tell their stories---such a great episode. Approximately one in every 700 babies in the United States is born with Down syndrome, making Down syndrome the most common chromosomal condition. At NDSS you'll find an introduction to Down syndrome and an overview of related facts, myths and truths and our preferred language guide.

Law Syndrome:
Law Syndrome affects 100% of people with Down syndrome.  It’s a series of antiquated laws that impede the pursuit of a career or living independently without risking Medicaid benefits. Help us fix the law and end #LawSyndrome

https://www.lawsyndrome.org/ 

National Down Syndrome Society
http://www.ndss.org/Down-Syndrome/

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42: Rob Jones: Double-Amputee & a Month of Marathons

October 13, 2017
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Rob Jones: Double-Amputee Marine is Training to Run 31 Marathons in 31 Days in 31 Cities.

"I grew up on a farm in the small town of Lovettsville, Virginia. I graduated from Loudoun Valley High School in 2003, and from Virginia Tech in 2007.  In my junior year at Virginia Tech, I joined the Marine Corps Reserve as a combat engineer at Bravo Company, 4th Combat Engineer Battalion in Roanoke, VA. In the Marine Corps, combat engineers are responsible for a multitude of disciplines but the primary role that I and my fellow combat engineers undertook was the use of explosives, and the detection of buried IEDs and weapons caches. 

"I deployed to Habbaniyah, Iraq in 2008, and again to Delaram/Sangin, Afghanistan in 2010. During my deployment to Afghanistan while operating as a part of a push into Taliban territory, I was tasked with clearing an area with a high likelihood of containing an IED. It was in this capacity that I was wounded in action by a land mine. The injury resulted in a left knee dis-articulation and a right above knee amputation of my legs. 

"I was taken to National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, MD for the initial phases of my recovery, which consisted primarily of healing and closing my wounds. I was then transferred to Walter Reed Army Medical Center for the remainder of my rehabilitation. At Walter Reed I was fitted with prosthetics, and worked very hard to learn how to walk with two bionic knees. I also used the time to relearn how to do other things with my new challenge including riding a bicycle, running, and rowing. I took naturally to rowing, and since I am always in search of a challenge that I can use to become better, I decided to train for the 2012 Paralympics.

"After being honorably discharged from the Marine Corps in December, 2011, I immediately moved to Florida to train with my rowing partner, Oksana. We spent five months there, and during that time period won the trunk and arms mixed double sculls trial race held by USRowing to become the USRowing national team for our boat class, and also won the Final Paralympic Qualification Regatta in Belgrade to qualify for the Paralympics. We then moved to Charlottesville, Virginia to continue training until the Paralympics in September, 2012. Our hard work paid off for us as we brought home a bronze medal in our event. I continued in the sport of rowing through the 2013 season, where my partner and I placed 4th in the 2013 World Rowing Championships.  

"On October 14, 2013 I began a solo supported bike ride across America which started in Bar Harbor, Maine, and ended in Camp Pendleton, California.  The ride was 5,180 miles long and completed on April 13, 2014, a total of 181 days after it began.  Over the course of the ride, along with my team, I raised $126,000 for the Coalition to Salute America's Heroes, the Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund, and Ride 2 Recovery, three charities which aid wounded veterans.

"Between Fall 2014, and Summer 2016, I trained in the sport of triathlon with the intention to compete in the 2016 Paralympic Games.  I saw considerable personal improvement, but was unable to qualify.

"Currently I am planning to complete a month long back to back marathon challenge in which I will run 31 marathons in 31 days in 31 different major cities, once again raising awareness and funds for wounded veteran charities.

Website: http://www.robjonesjourney.com/monthofmarathons 
The Month of Marathons: http://www.robjonesjourney.com/mission/ 

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40: Anthony Malone: Yoga & Life

September 29, 2017
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Namaste, y'all.  Anthony Malone - yogi, triathlete, vegan and owner of Paper Plane Yoga in College Park, Georgia is on today's episode.  We had a great time talking about yoga, veganism, alcohol, healthy lifestyle, stress and more.  Enjoy this one!  Anthony has such an amazing spirit and voice - I will be chatting with him again sometime soon!

Yoga on Social
The Studio: http://paperplaneyoga.com/

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39: Dr. Aviva Romm: The Adrenal Thyroid Revolution

September 22, 2017
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Herbalist. Doctor. Midwife. (And don't forget leader of the NEW revolution).  Meredith and Dr. Aviva Romm discuss what the "Adrenal Thyroid Revolution" is all about, and some more amazing stories from Aviva on her childhood, midwifery practice, fight or flight, fasting (and insulin resistance) and her decision to become an MD to empower women to take charge of their lives and health.  

That whole constellation of new knowing lit a fire in me and my life path became clear—to do my part in helping make health care more fair­—and actually healthy—for women, and taking care of the health of the planet, because I learned that the two are inseparable.

– AVIVA ROMM

Learn more about Dr. Aviva here.

The Book:

Buy the book, The Adrenal Thyroid Revolution

Hashimoto’s • Chronic Overwhelm • Fatigue • Brain Fog • Hormone Imbalances • Anxiety or Depression • Stubborn Weight • Poor Sleep • Adrenal fatigue • Chronic Disease

If you’re struggling with any of these, then this book is for you. Through Root Cause personal assessments The Adrenal Thyroid Revolution teaches you to easily identify your personal root causes of these symptoms and guides you through a natural 5-Step drug-free protocol to reverse them in as little as two weeks!

Get your copy and let’s get you started on this groundbreaking action plan, written by a woman MD, for women,  that has already helped thousands of women transform their health and feel at home in their body again.

Follow Dr. Aviva Romm

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38: Louise Green: Big Fit Girl

September 14, 2017
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Fit. Fat. Thin. Plus-size. Body Positive. Diet-Culture. Fat Activism. What IS all this? Why is "food" such a volatile topic? Meredith and the amazing Louise Green --- two "big fit girls" talk about fitness, food, weight, stigma, triathlon and more.

In her book Big Fit Girl, Louise Green describes how the fitness industry fails to meet the needs of plus-size women and thus prevents them from improving their health and fitness. By telling her own story of how she stopped dieting, got off the couch, and unleashed her inner athlete—as well as showcasing similar stories from other women—Green inspires other plus-size women to do the same.

Green also provides concrete advice, based on the latest research, about how to get started, how to establish a support team, how to choose an activity, what kind of clothing and gear work best for the plus-size athlete, how to set goals, and how to improve one’s relationship with food. And she stresses the importance of paying it forward—for it is only by seeing plus-size women in leadership roles that other plus-size women will be motivated to stop trying to lose weight and get fit instead.

Louise Green on Social
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/louisegreen.bigfitgirl
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/bodyexchange
IG: http://instagram.com/louisegreen_bigfitgirl

Buy the Book
Big Fit Girl: https://www.amazon.com/Big-Fit-Girl-Embrace-Body/dp/1771642122 

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