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Highlighting the most amazing race directors, athletes, and influencers in the trail and ultra running, mountain biking, and endurance sports community. Orange Mud's endurance crew is on a quest to learn as much as possible about the people in front and behind the scenes of today's endurance sports.
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Aug 17, 2017

Today we have a guest we can all learn a lot from. Gunhild Swanson is one of those runners that exemplifies longevity in the sport of Trail and Ultrarunning and gives us all hope that we can keep pursuing our passion for running no matter our age! At 73 years young, you’re doing more than many ever do, regardless of their age, in your athletic pursuits.

Aug 15, 2017

Running can be an addiction for some, but listen to Scott's story and I think you'll see it's an addiction worth having. Plus he'll put a smile on your face for the entire podcast. 

Today we’d like to welcome to the show Scott Searle. Scott has been able to use running as a way to escape a serious drug and alcohol addiction, a story that many in the long distance running community have heard or can relate to themselves. However, Scott’s running comes with a bit of a twist but we’ll get to that in a bit!

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Aug 4, 2017

Welcome to another episode of the Orange Mud Adventure Channel Podcast. Today your hosts are myself, Josh Sprague and Paul Jesse from Orange Mud. We’re excited to talk today with Adam Zucco. Adam has been coaching triathletes for over 15 years and, along with his partner Joe Friel, founded Training Bible Coaching. Adam has coached countless athletes to PRs, Kona Qualification as well as US Olympians.

Today we’re going to dig in to the topic of training with a Power meter. A power meter is a device that basically measures the power output of a rider. Most use strain gauges to measure torque applied and combined with angular velocity calculate power. Adam is an expert in this arena, Paul and I, well, not so much, so we’re really excited to dig into how it can be used to improve your training and racing on the bike as well as the in-roads currently being made in running with power measuring devices.

Adam is such a stud that 8 of his athletes have qualified for the Ironman World Championships in Kona this year! 

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Aug 4, 2017

Annie is attempting an FKT on the Ice Age Trail. The conditions have been pretty brutal this year with lots of rain and much, but she's going for it! Listen in to learn more! 

Link - https://www.facebook.com/weissannie 

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