The Same 24 Hours
203: Daily Community Meetup 4/5 with Gerry Halphen (The Coach Formerly Known as Monster)

203: Daily Community Meetup 4/5 with Gerry Halphen (The Coach Formerly Known as Monster)

April 5, 2020

The Special Guest today is Gerry Halphen - my very first triathlon coach, and the SPARK moment setter. Go back to EPISODE ONE (yes, really) of this podcast for an episode on Heart Rate Training. 

During this crazy time, I am hosting DAILY community meetups online via ZOOM.

You can join in on the Daily Community Meetup at www.swimbikemom.com/meet - SEE people, be a part of a COMMUNITY, talk about what's going on and be supported. You do NOT have to be ON video; but you can join (audio only) and see others, and be a part of the community. 

Join the Zoom Meeting:
Weekdays (M-F) (9am PST / 12pm EST) 
Saturday and Sunday (5pm PST / 8pm EST)

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RESOURCES FROM THE DAILY MEETUPS

The Daily Stoic

Tools of Titans

Meditations: The Philosophy Classic 

Stillness is the Key

Switch On Your Brain

Simple Abundance

The War of Art

The Gifts of Imperfection

The Breath of God
The Values Factor

Mindset  

You are Not Your Pain

Learned Hopefulness

 

Guest's Books / Programs / Freebies:

Stop Missing Your Life

Book by Jairek Robbins – Live It

HighPerformanceValues.com Survey

XPT App by Laird Hamilton & Gabby Reece

Inner.U - 50% Off

Book by Lauren Zander- Maybe It's You

Book by Nir Eyal, Indestractable

Book by Pilar Gerasimo – The Healthy Deviant

Book by Mike Reilly: Finding my Voice

Children's Book by Bonnie Clark: Taste Your Words

Book by Jen Elizabeth: Shape of a Woman

Book by Emily Lynn Paulson: Highlight Real

Britt Frank’s “Bookshelf”

Anna Woods, SheStrength

Book by Joyce Shulman: Walk Your Way to Better

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184: Daily Community Meetup 3/16 with Brent Pease of The Kyle Pease Foundation

184: Daily Community Meetup 3/16 with Brent Pease of The Kyle Pease Foundation

March 16, 2020

During this crazy time, I am hosting DAILY community meetups online via ZOOM. You can join in on the Daily Community Meetup at www.swimbikemom.com/meet - SEE people, be a part of a COMMUNITY, talk about what's going on and be supported.

The week of 3/16 and potentially beyond we are gathering at lunchtime (12pm EST) via ZOOM meeting.
You can all join and take part.
Come join us.

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Thank you for listening to The Same 24 Hours Podcast with Meredith Atwood.

Please subscribe, rate and review the podcast if you loved it - really helps others to find the show!

More information Meredith and her new book, The Year of No Nonsense, is below. 

The Year of No Nonsense: How to Get Over Yourself and On With Your Life is available NOW.

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138: Coach Mike Burgener: Geezers, CrossFit Weightlifting and Burgener Strength

138: Coach Mike Burgener: Geezers, CrossFit Weightlifting and Burgener Strength

September 13, 2019
The legendary "Coach B" Mike Burgener has been coaching weightlifting for more than 50 years. He has been named “Coach of the Year” by United States Weightlifting and is a Level 5 senior International Weightlifting Coach. It was an unlikely friendship, however, that led Burgener to CrossFit. “Greg Glassman [the founder of CrossFit] calls me up,” recalls Burgener. “He asked if I was the guy holding courses for Olympic weightlifting and I said ‘yes.' He said, ‘I’d like to bring my athletes down at this gym that I have in Santa Cruz, and I’d like for you to get them certified for USA Weightlifting.”

This was 2005, the early years of CrossFit, but Olympic lifts were already at the core of the workout’s philosophy.

The rest, as we say it, was history. CrossFit Weightlifting exploded.  (Read more here.)

He is a graduate of Notre Dame and obtained his MS degree in Exercise Physiology from the University of Kentucky. He was a Captain in the United States Marine Corps. He runs a Regional Training Center for USA Weightlifting from his home in Bonsall, California.  He has coached the Junior World Women's Weightlifting Team (which I was a member of in 1997!).  His son and daughter, Sage and Casey, are also notable lifters.  
 
 
 
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The Best of the Same 24 Hours: Some of the Greatest Advice You’ll Ever Hear

The Best of the Same 24 Hours: Some of the Greatest Advice You’ll Ever Hear

December 19, 2018

As we near the end of 2018, I put together a powerful compilation of some of the best advice from the guests on The Same 24 Hours Podcast. *Listener Warning*

In this episode, you will hear treasures and snippets from the amazing Tony Hawk (Episode 88), Dr. Shefali (35), Laila Ali (73), Melissa Hartwig (68), Dr. Aviva Romm (39), Lizzie Velasquez (65),  Lauren Zander (22), David Leite (17), the Pease Brothers (4, 26), Chrissie Wellington (60), Jeff Galloway (18), Mike Reilly (46), Randy Spelling (53), James Lawrence (57), Anthony Malone (40), Jason Jaksetic (50), Annie Grace (29), Brian MacKenzie (89), Natalia Cohen (27), Kyle Maynard (82) and Shay Eskew (77) (and more!).

The 2019 Season of the Podcast launches in January!

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Kim Stemple: We Finish Together

Kim Stemple: We Finish Together

October 27, 2017

*Update: The lovely Kim passed away in June 2019. Her legacy remains.

All those race medals... we hang them on our walls, and then what? Kim Stemple and her organization "We Finish Together" is making these medals really (really) matter.

All medals are donated by a community of runners, swimmers, singers, triathletes all across the US to be given with a handwritten ribbon message and handmade tag to someone who needs to know they have the support and care that they may need to get them through whatever challenges face them. No "need bar", other than keep the medal close, know that we are always holding your hand.

Start a "FLEET"

A Fleet is a “chapter” of We Finish Together. If you are interested in starting your own fleet, we ask that you please reach out to us at one of the emails below or through our Facebook messaging to let us know: http://wefinishtogether.com/fleets.html 

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Rob Jones: Double-Amputee & a Month of Marathons

Rob Jones: Double-Amputee & a Month of Marathons

October 13, 2017

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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