We spoke with Olympic Triathlete Katie Zaferes prior to her multi-medal performance in Tokyo. Learn more about the mindset that led to her amazing performances.
Lifelong runner Tina Muir uses real conversations to drive social and personal change via her two successful running podcasts, Running for Real and Running Realized.
Shannon shares how her experiences with dance, injury recovery, elite competition, advocating, and parenting have defined who she is and contributed to her trail-blazing career.
Chris joins Jon, and Bryan to chat about his beer mile exploits and “pouring” (pun intended) yourself into physical challenges, entrepreneurial opportunities, and building brands.
Kelli Hashimoto started Runnergrams as a way to make her friends smile. She talks to us about it becoming a small business and online community.
Matt takes us through the long journey from working at his parents’ shutter company to creating one of the most popular marketing podcasts out there.
We’re running Episode 1 of Fueling the Pursuit, presented by UCAN, where Jon and I interview Olympian Meb Keflezighi. We’re talking consistency, preparation, and intention.
Jon and Bryan recount some of the “ah-ha” moments from recent episodes, and they look forward to hosting UCAN’s brand new Fueling the Pursuit podcast. ********
Dani Reyes-Acosta left an envied corporate job with Nike to determine how her passions and skill-sets could work together to create a life she loves.
Geoff Woods of The One Thing gives Bryan a masterclass in prioritization, work-life balance, and goal-setting. He also redefines his strategy for Make the Leap.
Nick MacFalls brings together his skills and passions to build community, produce engaging and fun events, and live a life filled with meaning and purpose.
Peter Gilmore discusses his career-defining experience in Kenya, training in “his lane,” and his relentless pursuit to close the gaps between him and his competitors.
With many similar running memories, Jon, Bryan, and Garrett discuss early formative experiences, cross-training benefits, and the highs and lows of a professional running career.
Amy Acuff is known as one of the all-time great high jumpers. But she is far more than that, as she reveals in this interview. ********