Endurance Buzz Podcast
Welcome to the Endurance Buzz Podcast!
We are super excited to share more trail and ultra running goodness that inspires, informs, and entertains our tribe in this audio format.
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By David Hanenburg on 20 Aug 2015 | Tagged as: podcasts
“Everything shook. The whole world shook.” David Infante’s first run out his door in New Mexico wasn’t pretty. Do you remember your first run or your first anything where you hadn’t developed many (or any) of the skills for the activity? It can be awkward, uncomfortable, and even painful. Yet, sometimes there is something inside […]
By David Hanenburg on 17 Aug 2015 | Tagged as: podcasts
235 pounds and inactive. 170 pounds one year later. EJ Gonzalez of Texas made a choice. A choice to return to the active life. To work on himself as much as he was supporting others in the corporate world. Lacing up the tread and heading out the door was the most natural start to EJ’s […]
By David Hanenburg on 14 Aug 2015 | Tagged as: podcasts
“Hey, do you want to join us?” How many of us have started a journey in some area of life based on someone asking if we would be interested in giving it a try and taking us under their wings? I may not have found endurance sports if a good friend in 2000 didn’t share a […]
By David Hanenburg on 10 Aug 2015 | Tagged as: podcasts
“Why don’t you go for a run!?!” This absurd thought passed through Nikki Davis’s head while drinking another cup of coffee and smoking a cigarette. Athletic – never. After returning home from the 30 minute walk/run, Nikki surprisingly felt empowered, she “felt good”. This became a small win that created a significant positive ripple through […]
By David Hanenburg on 05 Aug 2015 | Tagged as: podcasts
How about running 22 back-to-back marathons (plus a bit more) across 24 days? That is what 23 year old Eddie Yanick of Texas did during his 587.5 mile adventure at the Race Across Texas earlier this year that included hail and snow, body breakdown and adaptation, speaking to children in schools along the way, support […]
By David Hanenburg on 22 Jul 2015 | Tagged as: podcasts
To support a race with a beneficiary close to Lesley Jones and her family’s heart brought her back to the sport of running after a 10 year break. The half marathon at the Dallas White Rock Marathon provided some tough-love lessons on training, nutrition, hydration, and one from her supportive father at mile 10 when her […]
By David Hanenburg on 13 Jul 2015 | Tagged as: podcasts
Soccer flowed through Jess Chaffee’s blood. After college, she quickly transitioned to a sport that had many of the same special components the made soccer such a joy – the preparation, the challenge, the competition, and a surprise – the community. Instead of cleats, Jess laced up some running tread and began preparing for her first 5 km. […]