The Same 24 Hours
134: Morgon Latimore:  From Rock Bottom to UltraMan

134: Morgon Latimore: From Rock Bottom to UltraMan

September 3, 2019

Morgon Latimore is a story of rock bottom to IRONMAN to Ultraman--and beyond. What happens when we step outside of ourselves and our own "selfish" motivation to help others?  Morgon has a story to tell---and there will be more to come. 

Morgon prides himself on helping others live their best lives. An experienced coach and motivational speaker, Morgon provides people with the tools and skills required for this. He is available for speaking engagements, one-on-one coaching, group workshops (corporate or schools) and more. Morgon promises to bring a creative, unique approach to learning and personal development to all of his clients.

He believes that there is no greater gift than that of giving. Alone, we have nothing; together, we stand as an impenetrable fortress of positive energy destined for greatness. We are stronger together.

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Websites: www.lpurecoaching.com
www.morgonmotivates.com

Instagram: https://instagram.com/MorgonLatimore 

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Dani Grabol: Fear No Distance (Returns to the Podcast)

Dani Grabol: Fear No Distance (Returns to the Podcast)

August 6, 2019

This Episode is dedicated to the memory of Bethany Rutledge.

A return to the podcast with the EPIC Dani Grabol.

A long and hard race. The EPIC Danielle "Dani" Grabol is mind-boggling... in a good way. After developing "terrible eating habits" in her teen years and into her twenties, she had a rude health awakening. Losing her breath while walking up a small flight of stairs, Danielle realized that her health was on a downward spiral and it was time to make a serious lifestyle change.

She then lost 70 pounds, became an ultra athlete, and not only that---she literally proved that she feared NO distance: she was the FIRST woman to complete Epic 5 (5 iron distance triathlons in 5 Days on 5 islands of Hawaii). She has shattered the stereotypes of females in ultra sports with this feat---not to mention she is also a double iron distance finisher (281.2-mile Double Anvil Triathlon), and the Race Across America (RAMM) (a bicycle race from coast to coast) 2-Person Female Record Holder. 

In her new book, Fear No Distance, Danielle opens up about overcoming injuries, and discovering the world of ultra bike racing and long distance cycling.  Her story is one of incredible grit and determination. 

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Website: https://www.danigrabol.com/ 
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Buy the book: https://www.danigrabol.com/blank-2/fear-no-distance-paperback 

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Anna Woods: SheStrength (Returns to the Same 24 Hours Podcast)

Anna Woods: SheStrength (Returns to the Same 24 Hours Podcast)

July 29, 2019

Where Are They Now?  Anna Woods (First appearance - Episode 2) is back!

An interview with the amazing Anna Woods, founder of SheStrength.  

As mentioned in the Episode, the Importance of Core Stability, called Dynamic Neuromuscular Stability, - Anna learned it through rehabbing her own shoulder with Dr Jared Shoemaker, InMotion Spine Muscle Joint —www.inmotionsmj.com 

Her story:

"I am a wife and mom of 3. We have 2 girls and a boy. We adopted my son, who rocks an extra chromosome in 2011 from Ukraine, through Reece's Rainbow.  My online training with adults with special needs changed my world so much that it lead us to the adoption of a child with special needs. Shortly after adopting him, my oldest daughter was diagnosed with high-function asperger's, sensory processing disorder and anxiety.  Which leads me to my passion for home fitness.  I have always been an athlete and after tearing my ACL my last year of college softball I had to learn how to "train for life," and not train for whatever my coach told me we should do. And first that was physical therapy...from there I attended a Strong Women's conference and learned about the amazing affects strength training could have on the elderly and frail adult woman..and my life was changed! I changed my degree to Exercise Science from Art...and the rest is history. 

"I opened my own fitness business online and in my basement in 2007, after we moved to rural Kansas.  I had worked in a gym setting all through college and after but knew I wanted to stay home with my kids more than anything, so entrepreneurship was the only way I saw to do it all.  That lead to working in retirement communities teaching my strength training programs I designed and that lead to working with adults with special needs in their homes and day service provider's.  And eventually I, myself, got into CrossFit, powerlifting, olympic lifting, and built my own garage gym from scratch metal, buy sell, trade sites, Craig's list, and garage sales.  I started competing heavily in this region and was winning alot.  But people couldn't believe I trained at home by myself...so they dubbed me the name "home gym." And it stuck.  People didn't know the struggles I had to deal with at home, relating to stress with a husband who worked crazy hours leaving me a single mom most days and nights...dealing with out of control behavior's with asperger's, and physical and emotional struggles with a child who spent his first 2 year's in an orphanage.  I NEEDED to workout. I NEEDED something just for me.  And I HAD to workout at home when I could find time.  Or needed an escape.  My workouts became so much more for me than a quest for a banging bod.  

"And I began to form this concept in my head of empowerment.  That we have to give ourselves permission to take time for us.  That we have to make ourselves a priority.  And that we need accountability to that.  And in all of my 14 years of working in this industry I had never seen such a promotion or product.  So I made my own: sheSTRENGTH.

"A journey to empowerment. Mindset training.  Community. Vulnerability.  Strength.  Belief.  Courage.  And so much more.  But I want women to know its okay to want more for themselves in life. 

"And so that is my mission now.  To help women find their sheSTRENGTH.  Most usually the unlikely athletes, who don't feel they deserve to feel and look better, who are so far lost in their lives, kids, family, and needs of others they have lost sight of who they are and what they love."

Photo: Justin Lister Photography 

Follow Anna and sheSTRENGTH on Social
Web: www.shestrength.com 

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

Image: Justin Lister Photography

 

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Notes on Nonsense: Repetition is King (and also Bullsh*t)

Notes on Nonsense: Repetition is King (and also Bullsh*t)

July 24, 2019

Notes on Nonsense: Repetition is King (and also Bullshit)

A new type of weekly episode with Meredith Atwood: part life-hacks, part truth-telling, and a celebration of the countdown to the new book, Year of No Nonsense: How a Little Less Bullshit Can Change Your Life.

The Year of No Nonsense is available now for pre-order, and is available everywhere on December 17th.


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Kris Gethin: Man of Iron - Bodybuilding, IRONMAN, Health and Mindset

Kris Gethin: Man of Iron - Bodybuilding, IRONMAN, Health and Mindset

July 23, 2019

Kris Gethin is a business man, transformation specialist and much, much more. Kris is originally from Wales in the UK but now spends the majority of his time in the United States. 

Kris's hectic schedule sees him travelling the globe hosting seminars, workshops, exhibitions at several bodybuilding and fitness events throughout the year. He works with trains the best of the best all of the time passing on his knowledge and techniques to his fans, followers and subscribers. 

His passion and determination for building a better, stronger, healthier body and mind pushes him to achieve great things for himself physically and mentally, thus enabling him to motivate and inspire his followers and fans across the world to achieve greatness for themselves. Kris has transformed millions of physiques through his immensely popular video series shown on Bodybuilding.com. including the immensely popular 12 week muscle building trainer and the intense 4weeks2shred programme.

He is the author of many books including the #1 Best Seller Body by Design, The Adventures KAGED MUSCLE and The Transformer which was released in January 2016. Kris's books and graphic novels have received global praise and have helped and inspired millions of readers.

Kris is the founder of DTP training method, Director and Co-founder of Gethin Gyms, Main Male Spokesmodel of Bodybuilding.com, and former editor and chief. He is the Director of Trainers for Physique Global and CEO of the supplement brand KAGED MUSCLE which and shipped worldwide and has already become the highest rated and reviewed supplement company in the world

Buy his New Book, Man of Iron and others:

Kris' Books: https://www.amazon.com/Kris-Gethin/e/B004AO3HS4%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_share 

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Website: www.healthkik.com 

Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/kagedmuscle 

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Notes on Nonsense: Someday Soon is Bullsh*t

Notes on Nonsense: Someday Soon is Bullsh*t

July 18, 2019

Notes on Nonsense: Someday Soon is Bullshit.

A new type of weekly episode with Meredith Atwood: part life-hacks, part truth-telling, and a celebration of the countdown to the new book, Year of No Nonsense: How a Little Less Bullshit Can Change Your Life.

The Year of No Nonsense is available now for pre-order, and is available everywhere on December 17th.


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Katie Arnold: Running Home, Leadville 100, and Zen

Katie Arnold: Running Home, Leadville 100, and Zen

July 9, 2019

Winner of 2018 Leadville 100. Author. Mom. Writer.

Katie Arnold is a contributing editor and former managing editor at Outside Magazine, where she worked on staff for 12 years. She created and launched the popular Raising Rippers column, about bringing up adventurous kids, which appears monthly on Outside Online and has grown to become one of the site’s most popular blogs. Her 2014 story "Don't Let Youth Sports Hijack Your Life" was one of the most-read posts on Outside Online. Her 2018 essay in Outside Magazine, “Want a Strong Kid? Encourage Play, Not Competition,” was nominated for a National Magazine Award in service journalism.

In addition to Outside, her stories have appeared in The New York Times, Men’s JournalESPN the MagazineMarie ClaireRunner’s WorldElle, and Sunset, among others. Her long-form profiles have been named runner-up in The Best American Sports Writing 2008 and nominated for a Western Publishing Association magazine award, and her essays have been anthologized in Woman’s Best Friend, Another Mother Runner, and P.S. What I Didn’t Tell you. She is co-author of the blog Writing from the Nest., and she edited the photography book, Rio Grande: An Eagle’s View, published by WildEarth Guardians.

Katie has been awarded prestigious literary fellowships at the Ucross Foundation in Wyoming and the MacDowell Colony in New Hampshire, where she was named the Robert and Stephanie Olmsted Fellow in 2016. She has been featured on NPR Weekend Edition Sunday, as well as on Ultrarunner Podcast and the Upaya Zen Center Podcast, among others. She has three times been a guest lecturer at Colorado College’s “Writing Wild: Literary Journalism of the Outdoors” course, and teaches writing workshops exploring the link between movement and creativity.

An elite ultra runner, Katie is the 2018 women's champion of Leadville Trail 100 Run, where she finished 11th overall in field of more than 700 runners. She won the 2018 Jemez Mountains 50 Mile, 2014 TransRockies 3-Day Trail Run, Jemez Mountains 50K, the Mount Taylor 50K. She is two-time overall champion and course record holder at the  Angel Fire 100K. Katie is a sponsored athlete for GU Energy Labs and Balega Socks. As part of her ongoing effort to encourage young athletes, she founded a children’s trail running club, gives motivational talks, and coaches girls’ lacrosse in Santa Fe.

Katie lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico, with her husband, Steve Barrett, their two daughters and two dogs. In her spare time, she likes to ride her bike, ski, go on river trips, hike, write fiction, and read. A restless and fledging student of Zen, she is slowly learning to sit still, but she’s happiest outside in motion. As the poet Mary Oliver once said, “I don’t like to be indoors.”

Running Home is her first book.

Follow Katie Arnold

The Book: https://katiearnold.net/the-book 

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Twitter: https://twitter.com/raisingrippers 

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

Web:   www.katiearnold.net 

Writing: https://www.outsideonline.com/1746806/katie-arnold 

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Joyce Shulman: 99 Walks, Motherhood, Macaroni Kid

Joyce Shulman: 99 Walks, Motherhood, Macaroni Kid

May 16, 2019

Joyce Shulman, founder and CEO of Macaroni Kid and 99 Walks, reaches millions of moms each month with hyper-local and national e-newsletters and websites, social media content, video and her Weekly Walk podcast. Having created a one-of-a-kind digital
platform, she connects families to the wonders of their own communities and inspires women to chase their dreams and crush their goals.

Macaroni Kid is the largest source of family events and activities in the Country serving more than 5,000 communities in 47 states and reaching more than 3,000,000 families each month. She calls calls Macaroni Kid's mission E2: Empowering Moms and Enriching
Communities. Her most recent endeavor, 99 Walks, is on a mission to combat loneliness and improve fitness through the simple act of encouraging moms to walk together. Her mission?

Nothing short of getting a million moms moving. Throughout her two decades as an entrepreneur, Joyce has guided SAHMs, school teachers and even MBA’s to success. Joyce shares how moms need to “take care of mama bear” and avoid the “martyr mom syndrome”. Her experience in business and leading mompreneurs makes her a coveted speaker at leading mom conferences where she speaks about beating burnout, fueling creativity, goal crushing and more.

Joyce received her Bachelors in Business Management from the University of Maryland and her Juris Doctor, Cum Laude, from St. John's University School of Law. After law school, she spent more than a dozen years as a New York City lawyer where her practice focused on complex commercial litigation.

A self-confessed idea junkie, in 1998, Joyce abandoned law firm life to liberate her entrepreneurial spirit and focus on the things that are most important to her: family, community and empowering women to chase their dreams.

Follow Joyce, Macaroni Kid, 99 Walks

99 Walks: https://www.99walks.fit/

Macaroni Kid: https://national.macaronikid.com/

Joyce on Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joyceshulman

Joyce on Twitter: https://twitter.com/MacKidMamaBear

 

 

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Matt Fitzgerald: Life is a Marathon - Love, Endurance and Bipolar Disorder

Matt Fitzgerald: Life is a Marathon - Love, Endurance and Bipolar Disorder

March 27, 2019

Meredith's Note: *For those of you who downloaded the first version of this audio, you probably heard the remnants of my hacking cough and snort - the edited version did not make it to iTunes before it gobbled it up and sent it out. You can delete and enjoy a cough-free episode now.* You know, it wouldn't be me and Matt Fitzgerald if I wasn't a complete dingbat AGAIN.

Matt Fitzgerald is an endurance writer known for his powerful and expert advice. His new book, Life is a Marathon: A Memoir of Love and Endurance, is unlike any book he has ever written--and I personally believe if just might be his best, most impactful and amazing.

A New Hampshire native, Matt became a runner at the age of eleven, after running the last mile of the 1983 Boston Marathon with his father (who had run the whole thing) and his two brothers. By that time Matt was already a writer (specifically a comedic poet), having declared his intention to make his future career as a writer at the age of nine. He never changed his mind.

Although he never intended to marry his passions for sports, fitness, and writing, that’s how it worked out. Before he’d even graduated from high school Matt was making a little money writing articles about the exploits of his Oyster River High School Bobcats Cross Country Team for a local weekly newspaper.

Matt moved to California for no particular reason in 1995, two years after earning a B.A. in English from Haverford College (a DIII track and cross country “powerhouse” where Matt had intended to run but did not because of burnout). Willing to take the first writing job he could find in San Francisco, Matt received an offer from Bill Katovsky, the original founder of Triathlete, to join the tiny staff of an endurance sports startup magazine based in Sausalito.

This opportunity has led to every subsequent opportunity in Matt’s career, which has included stints at Triathlete, AthletesVillage.com, Active.com, and Competitor Group. Matt’s byline has appeared in a long list of national publications including Bicycling, Maxim, Men’s Fitness, Men’s Health, Men’s Journal, Outside, Shape, Stuff, and Women’s Health. The son of a novelist, Matt has a special passion for writing books. His best-known titles include Racing Weight, Brain Training for Runners, and Triathlete Magazine’s Essential Week-by-Week Training Guide.

A certified sports nutritionist, Matt has served as a consultant to numerous sports nutrition companies, including Energy First, Healthy Directions, PacificHealth Labs, and Next Proteins. Having coached for Carmichael Training Systems in the early 2000’s, Matt continues to design readymade training plans for triathletes and runners that are sold through TrainingPeaks.com and FinalSurge.com, as well as customized plans available through this website.

Matt intends to keep racing until he can’t. He’s run a bunch of marathons and countless shorter running events since returning to the sport at age 27. In 1998 he branched out to triathlons, and four years later completed his first (and only) Ironman. Matt lives in Northern California with his wife, Nataki, who is more important to him than running and writing.

Outside Article:

https://www.outsideonline.com/2392030/running-saved-my-life 

Follow Matt:

Web: https://mattfitzgerald.org

Twitter: https://twitter.com/mattfitwriter/ 

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/matt.fitzgerald.9022 

Buy the Book, Life is a Marathon: A Memoir of Love and Endurance:

https://www.hachettebookgroup.com/titles/matt-fitzgerald/life-is-a-marathon/9780738284774/ 

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Kyle and Brent Pease: Heart and Soul (and Kona!) #TogetherWeWheel

Kyle and Brent Pease: Heart and Soul (and Kona!) #TogetherWeWheel

February 18, 2019
The boys are back with the report from the IRONMAN World Championship. (If you think you can't do something, then think again. Kyle and Brent Pease are BACK on the show, with the UPDATE from IRONMAN World Championship in KONA.) Check out their full story on Episodes 4 and 26!

Kyle and Brent Pease are the ultimate "no excuses" brothers. Kyle was born with cerebral palsy with spastic quadriplegia, but that did not define anything in his life. Nothing stopped him or his brother, Brent, together from becoming IRONMAN triathletes. That's right - they completed an IRONMAN triathlon together (that's a race consisting of 2.4 mile swim, 112 mile bike ride, and a 26.2 mile marathon). In this heart-warming and inspiring podcast, Meredith sits down with the brothers in a story that will inspire, awe and make you belly-laugh.

Through their Foundation, the Kyle Pease Foundation (KPF) creates awareness and raises funds to promote success for persons with disabilities by providing assistance to meet their individual needs through sports. Programs include scholarship opportunities, purchasing of medical equipment or adaptive sports equipment for others or contributing to other organizations that provide similar assistance to disabled persons as well as participating in educational campaigns to create awareness about Cerebral Palsy and other disabilities. KPF will provide these services directly to individuals as well as to partner with other existing non-profit organizations to achieve these goals.  Direct benefits will be limited to persons with disabilities who need adaptive sports equipment, mobility devices or medical care.

How to Get Involved

Learn more: http://www.kylepeasefoundation.org/

Upcoming Events: http://www.kylepeasefoundation.org/events 

Make a donation: https://secure.squarespace.com/commerce/donate?donatePageId=58249a34579fb35e6528a144 

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