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Nov 29, 2014

Greg Heil, the Editor in Chief of Singletracks.com, gives listeners an awesome special episode on MBR! He reads a recent post he wrote on Singletracks.com called "Why Mountain Bikers Are the Most Fanatical." If you find your mind wandering toward mountain biking at random times, you may be one of the fanatics. Listen to find out why mountain biking is not a hobby, but an actual lifestyle.

 

If you have an idea for a topic, guest, or an idea for a show, please contact Ben at Ben@Mountainbikeradio.com. 

 

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ABOUT GREG HEIL:

"My name is Greg Heil, and I am the Editor in Chief for Singletracks.com. I've been mountain biking seriously since 2005, and I love to travel and ride new trails. My travels have taken me across the United States multiple times. To date (November 2013), I have ridden hundreds of different trails in 18 different states, and am adding more singletrack to my trail resume every year! I enjoy all types of mountain biking, from ultra endurance cross country all the way up to chair lift-accessed downhill runs."

 

RELATED SHOW LINKS:

Full post of "Why Mountain Bikers Are the Most Fanatical"

Singletracks Website

Singletracks Facebook

Singletracks Twitter

Singletracks Instagram

Singletracks Google+

Singletracks Youtube

Email Greg Heil - greg@singletracks.com 

Become a Mountain Bike Radio Member

Email Ben

Nov 29, 2014

Vic Armijo is the director of the 2015 World Solo 24 Hour World Championship in Weaverville, California in October. He joins the show to give listeners all the details about the upcoming world championship race and also shares a little about himself and his race production company, Team Bigfoot.

 

If you have an idea for a guest or would like to be on yourself, please contact Ben at Ben@Mountainbikeradio.com. 

 

We also have advertising opportunities available if you would like to promote your race. Please contact us about advertising at info@mountainbikeradio.com.

 

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RELATED SHOW LINKS:

 

 

2015 World Solo 24 Hour Championship Website

2015 World Solo 24 Hour Championship Facebook

Weaverville Chamber of Commerce

WEMBO (World Endurance Mountain Bike Organisation Website

WEMBO Facebook

Team Bigfoot Website

Team Bigfoot on Facebook

Email Team Bigfoot Racing at teambigfootracing@gmail.com

Email Vic

Email about the 2015 World Solo 24 Hour Championship

Become a Mountain Bike Radio Member

Email Ben

 

Nov 27, 2014

The Big Livers test out three beers from the Two Brothers Brewing Company from Warrenville, Illinois. Listen in to get an Big Livers honest tasting of the Cane and Ebel, Prairie Path Golden Ale, and Ebel's Weiss.

If you like what you hear from Jeff, Jonesy, and Vedders, support them and the show by heading over to The Big Livers Website and pick up some gear!

 

 

We want you to share your beer and we'll talk about it! If you are a brewer and want your beer to get some airtime, please let us know. Also, if you have an idea for an episode or have some thoughts on this one, leave a comment below or contact us.

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THE JONESY SITTIN' ON THE DECK SCALE:

Cane and Ebel

  • Jonesy -  2.5 out of 5 
  • Vedders - 0 out of 5
  • Jeff - 4 out of 5

Prairie Path Golden Ale

  • Jonesy - 1.5 out of 5
  • Vedders - 1.5 out of 5
  • Jeff - 1 out of 5

Ebel's Weiss

  • Jonesy - 4 out of 5
  • Vedders - 3.5/4 out of 5
  • Jeff - 3.5 out of 5

 

RELATED SHOW LINKS:

 

Two Brothers Brewing Website

Two Brothers Brewing Facebook Page

Cane and Ebel 

Ebel's Weiss

Prairie Path Golden Ale

Big Livers Website

Contact the Big Livers guys

Big Livers on Twitter

Pat on Twitter

Jeff on Twitter

Become a Mountain Bike Radio Member

Nov 25, 2014

Matt starts off the episode with some good energy and carries it into his first rant in a while. It's a good rant about a certain power meter brand (listen to find out which brand). They chat about listener questions and some more good stuff. Then more e-bikes hit.....

 

We want to hear from you! If you have any questions, comments, or ideas for the next episode, contact us at info@mountainbikeradio.com. We also have advertising opportunities available, just contact us.

 

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EPISODE SPONSOR:

Industry Nine Components

Follow Industry Nine on:

Facebook

Twitter

Instagram

Youtube

 

SHOW SEGMENTS:

 

Listener Emails Sponsored by [Your Name Here] 

John T asks about power meters and Matt goes on a rant about Stages Power Meters [This week's email winner - MBR stickers will be on the way John]

Alex G asks about the best bike computer.

Airborne Cycles emailed in some feedback.

 

Reviews

Matt recaps his shoe situation and teases at an upcoming test and review of TRP Spykes

 

New Shit We Probably Hate

Bikerumor & Carbon Fenders

E-bikes

 

Matt is Tired and Crabby

Matt is rocking it out.

 

RELATED SHOW LINKS:

 

50 Ways to Eat Cock: Healthy Chicken Recipes with Balls

Garmin 510

Airborne Bicycles

Quarq Power Meter

Stages Power Meters

TRP Spyke brakes

Become a Mountain Bike Radio member 

Brickhouse Racing Website

Brickhouse Racing Facebook Page

Mountain Bike Radio Facebook Page

Andrea's Twitter

Matt's Twitter

Kenny's Twitter

Andrea's Sponsors:

Nov 25, 2014

November 24, 2014

 

This episode is the second part of a five-part series of MTB Strength Coach's essential elements of mountain bike training overview. What is strength training, what are the benefits, and more. Have you wondered what the "central governor" is? James shares info, tips, and insight into creating workouts and some basic periodization schemes. 

 

If you have any questions, comments, or ideas for the next episode, contact us at info@mountainbikeradio.com. We also have advertising opportunities available, just contact us.

 

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Strength Training has a long and interesting history in the world of sports. It wasn’t long after people started competing with each other that they figured out lifting heavy stuff made it easier to beat your opponent. From ancient Greeks to Roman Gladiators to the modern super-athlete, getting stronger has played a role in the success of countless athletes through the ages.

 

But while getting stronger has long been recognized as a way to get better at your sport there are still a lot of riders who are confused about how to best use it. And no wonder – you can hear a lot of conflicting and confusing advice.

 

On one hand you have those who tell us that strength training isn’t important and that you don’t need it. They say that there is no proof that getting stronger helps your performance on the trail. Some go so far as to claim that it can actually decrease your performance.

 

On the other hand you have those who tell you that Strength Training is one of the most important things you can do as a rider. They say that you need to focus a lot of your time and energy in the gym getting stronger. Some of these people go so far as to focus most of a rider’s time and energy trying to build a better mountain biker in the gym.

 

So which is it? Do you need to avoid strength training or do you need to focus a lot of time and energy on it? What are the real advantages of it for us as riders? And how do you make the best use of it this off-season?

 

Well, I’m glad you asked. In this podcast I answer those questions and more, giving you the lowdown on why you should strength train and how to get maximum transfer from the gym to the trail.

 

In this podcast I cover…

 

1.  Myths and Misunderstandings about Strength Training

- What is Strength Training?

- Does strength training improve our performance?

- How much time and energy should you devote to strength training?

 

2.  Benefits of Strength Training.

- It teaches the body to move more efficiently.

- It allows the body to access more motor units for Speed/ Power and Endurance training.

- It is one of the best ways to prevent overuse injuries.

 

3.  How to use Strength Training as a mountain biker.

- Focus on training the basic human movements and filling in gaps.

- Focus on improving your 80% efforts instead of constantly hammering the 100%.

- Don’t turn strength training into cardio training.

- Basic workout template and periodization schemes (Rep Ladders, 5/3/2, Complex Circuits)

 

There’s a ton of great info in this podcast and you’ll learn all of my top Strength Training tips and strategies to help you develop the strength base this off-season that you need to ride strong all season long. If you have any questions about Strength Training or about off-season training in general please feel free to post them below, I’m here to help out if I can.

 

And in my next post I’ll go over Power/ Speed Training. The ability to quickly recruit your muscles in a highly coordinated manner is essential to being able to pick up speed quickly or power over obstacles. In other words, being able to tap into and repeat a true 100% effort, which is something a lot of riders seem to struggle with on the trail.

 

Until next time…

 

Ride Strong,

 

James Wilson

 

MTB Strength Training Systems

 

 

RELATED SHOW LINKS:

 

MTB Strength Training Systems

MTB Strength Training Systems Facebook

MTB Strength Training Systems Twitter

MTB Strength Training Systems YouTube Page

Email James Wilson

Learn How to Ride Harder, Ride Faster, and Ride Stronger

Buy the Ultimate Workout Program

Buy the Time Crunched Trail Rider Solution

Learn how two dumbbells may be all that you need!

Functional Movement Screen

 

Save $$$, Get great stuff, and Support MBR by becoming a member

 

Nov 20, 2014

In this episode of the newly created Being Dad Show, show host, Ben Welnak, shares listener stories to give you a great idea of who is tuning in, following along, and who shares your story and situation in life. Then he interviews Nick Ybarra who is the race director of the Maah Daah Hey 100, father of two young girls, husband, former oil rig worker, and hunter. They chat about what it's like to work on an oil rig and Ben and Nick's recent hunting adventure on fatbikes.

 

A special thanks to The Roosevelt Inn & Suites for hosting the interview with Nick.

 

I want to hear from you! If you have any questions, comments, or ideas for the next episode, contact us at ben@mountainbikeradio.com.

 

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SHOW NOTES:

 

Maah Daah Hey 100 Website

Maah Daah Hey 100 Twitter

Maah Daah Hey 100 Instagram

Roosevelt Inn & Suites

Salsa Ti Mukluk

Cogburn Hunting Fatbike

Being Dad Show on Twitter

Mountain Bike Radio on Twitter

Mountain Bike Radio on Facebook

 

FOR NEXT EPISODE:

 

Get involved! For next episode, I want listeners to get involved and share. Email your first name, home state or country, and three things that you want to teach your kids (ben@mountainbikeradio.com) before December 2. Have your email shared on the air. We want other dads to get to know our listeners and we want to share the community. 

 

Nov 19, 2014

Mark is back with a late season report! He recaps several recent popular events, including the Wilkes 100k, WEMBO 24 Hour Worlds, Iceman Cometh, and the Swank 65. Mark even gets a chance to speak with the Wilkes 100k winner, Gordon Wadsworth, after that race. Listen in to get the inside scoop on the endurance mountain biking world!

If you are a race director or racer who would like to hear your race report on an episode of The Last Aid Station, please contact Mark at Mark@Mountainbikeradio.com. 

 

 

We also have advertising opportunities available if you would like to promote your race. Please contact us about advertising at info@mountainbikeradio.com.

 

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RELATED SHOW LINKS:

 

Cape Epic  

ShoAir Cannondale and RideBike Alliance 

Munga 

WEMBO 24 Hour Solo Worlds  

Listen to Danielle Musto discuss her 4th place finish at 24 Hour Worlds

Wilkes 100  

Iceman Cometh 

Iceman Cometh Complete Results 

Listen to Brian Matter discuss his Iceman win

Swank65  
The Last Aid Station Facebook Page

Mountain Bike Radio Endurance Calendar

About the host, Mark

Email Mark

Email Ben

 

Nov 18, 2014

This episode is filled with helpful information. Kenny leads off with a chat about his new wheel setup and then they dig in with several listeners questions. Matt gives good shoe info and leaves you with some thoughts on what hasn't worked for him. That's all folks. Sorry for all of the clicking, we'll work to reduce that going forward. Our apologies. 

 

We want to hear from you! If you have any questions, comments, or ideas for the next episode, contact us at info@mountainbikeradio.com. We also have advertising opportunities available, just contact us. 

 

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EPISODE SPONSOR:

Industry Nine Components

Follow Industry Nine on:

Facebook

Twitter

Instagram

Youtube

 

SHOW SEGMENTS:

 

Listener Emails Sponsored by [Your Name Here] 

Tim asks about the Airborne Goblin Evolution [This week's winner!]

Art asks, "I have a SRAM 2x10 X7,X9 set up on a 2012 stumpjumper, will the XX1chain work? Also will the ceramic dérailleur pulleys for XO work with my setup as well?"

Grant lives in West Virginia and wonders what tires he should ride.

 

Reviews

Matt checks in with a comparison of Sidi Dominator 5 Fit vs. Bontrager RXL vs. Pearl Izumi X-Project 2.0 shoes. 

 

Matt is Tired and Crabby

Leave Matt alone in his snuggy.

 

RELATED SHOW LINKS:

Outdoors Inc Bike Shop

Airborne Bicycles Goblin Evolution

Ibis Mojo HD3

Become a Mountain Bike Radio member 

Brickhouse Racing Website

Brickhouse Racing Facebook Page

Mountain Bike Radio Facebook Page

Andrea's Twitter

Matt's Twitter

Kenny's Twitter

Andrea's Sponsors:

Nov 13, 2014

Brian Matter checks in to discuss his recent win against some of the strongest riders in the country at the Iceman Cometh in Michigan. Brian recaps the epic conditions and details his win, as well as chats about his win at the Chequamegon 40 and second place finish at the Ore to Shore.

 

If you have an idea for a guest or would like to be on yourself, please contact Ben at Ben@Mountainbikeradio.com. 

 

We also have advertising opportunities available if you would like to promote your race. Please contact us about advertising at info@mountainbikeradio.com.

 

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RELATED SHOW LINKS:

 

Brian Matter's Website

Iceman Cometh

Chequamegon 40

Ore to Shore

Buy ProGold Products 

Brian's recommended ProGold cleaning treatment

Become a Mountain Bike Radio Member

Email Ben

 

 

Nov 13, 2014

In this episode, the show host, James Wilson, kicks off a series of podcasts highlighting the five essential elements of mountain bike training. The first part is flexibility. He walks listeners through a great description of flexibility training, the benefits, and how to do it as a mountain biker. 

 

If you have any questions, comments, or ideas for the next episode, contact us at info@mountainbikeradio.com. We also have advertising opportunities available, just contact us. 

 

EPISODE BACKGROUND:

 

MTB Strength Training Systems:

 

"Flexibility Training is probably the least understood out of all of the 5 Essential Elements of MTB Training. It is one of those things that we know we need as part of our program but we rarely spend the time and effort needed to real results.

 

It seems that all of the other elements of training are always “more important” and we skip Flexibility Training to fit more of them in. So why is it that even though we know that being inflexible isn’t helping us on or off the bike but we don’t spend more time working on it?

 

Over the years I’ve found that there are 3 reasons most riders don’t make better use of this important element of training.

 

First, they might have heard that they don’t need it or that it can actually decrease your performance. Second, they don’t understand the real benefits of it so they don’t buy into it enough to spend the time and energy needed. And last, most rides simply don’t know how to make the best use of Flexibility Training.

 

So in this podcast I try to clear these things up so you can make better use of this powerful training tool. In it I go over:

 

1.  Myths and misunderstandings about flexibility training

  • What is flexibility training?
  • What is the difference between flexibility and mobility?
  • Why stretching will not make you weaker.
  • Why it is hard to stretch too much and become hyper flexible.

2.  Benefits of flexibility training

  • It is one of the only ways to work on decreasing muscle tension.
  • Flexibility is the foundation for efficient movement.
  • It is a good indication of how free of excess tension you hold.
  • It is one of the best ways to prevent overuse injuries.

3.  How to use flexibility training as a mountain biker.

  • You’ll need to watch the video/ listen to the podcast to find out…

 

Don’t make the mistake that so many riders make and skip over this important elements of training. It is especially important that you prioritize it now during the off-season so that you can restore the body from all of the riding you have been doing and set yourself up for a high performance, injury free season next year.

 

If you have any questions about Flexibility Training or about off-season training in general please feel free to post them below, I’m always happy to help out. And in my next post I’ll go over Strength Training and how you can make sure you get the most transfer from the gym to the trail, including how improving your strength can directly impact your endurance."

 

 

RELATED SHOW LINKS:

 

MTB Strength Training Systems

MTB Strength Training Systems Facebook

MTB Strength Training Systems Twitter

MTB Strength Training Systems YouTube Page

Email James Wilson

Learn How to Ride Harder, Ride Faster, and Ride Stronger

Buy the Ultimate Workout Program

Buy the Time Crunched Trail Rider Solution

Learn how two dumbbells may be all that you need!

Functional Movement Screen

Save $$$, Get great stuff, and Support MBR by becoming a member

 

Nov 12, 2014

Andrea and Matt tackle this episode themselves. Matt almost breaks out in tears as he recounts his love-hate relationship with cyclocross and relives his frame break from this weekend and Andrea chats about the DirtSmart MTB clinic she took this past weekend. Plenty of listener questions this week too!

 

We want to hear from you! If you have any questions, comments, or ideas for the next episode, contact us at info@mountainbikeradio.com. We also have advertising opportunities available, just contact us. 

 

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EPISODE SPONSOR:

Industry Nine Components

Follow Industry Nine on:

Facebook

Twitter

Instagram

Youtube

 

SHOW SEGMENTS:

 

Listener Emails Sponsored by [Your Name Here] 

What is their favorite trail? - submitted by Cliff M.

 

When should someone upgrade their USAC license? And, should the bike you race influence the decision? - submitted by Greg H.

 

[This week's sticker winner] After a really muddy race such as Iceman this weekend, what is the best method of getting the bike back to serviceable condition?  Brake pads and cleaning are obvious.  I am sure thousands could use some solid tips!  - Mike

 

Reviews

Matt teases the first review that will be discussed on next week's episode.

 

New Shit We Probably Hate

Riser bars on 36" wheeled bikes.

 

Matt is Tired and Crabby

Matt has checked out.

 

RELATED SHOW LINKS:

DirtSmart MTB

Arkansas Enduro Series

Become a Mountain Bike Radio member 

Brickhouse Racing Website

Brickhouse Racing Facebook Page

Mountain Bike Radio Facebook Page

Andrea's Twitter

Matt's Twitter

Kenny's Twitter

Andrea's Sponsors:

Nov 11, 2014

D2 and 40 Hands discuss, using many f-bombs, a recent terrible accident and situation one of their friends is going through, full suspension fatbikes, cyclocross, and the list of the top four people to know in and around the cycling industry. Who are your top four in the cycling industry? They want to know - email D2 at D2@Drunkcyclist.com with your top four.

 

Don't like what you hear? Turn it off. If you do, you may have some issues....and if you do have issues, email D2 at D2@Drunkcyclist.com to thank him and shower them with beer and beer ideas.

 

If you have any questions, comments, or ideas for the next episode, contact us at info@mountainbikeradio.com. We also have advertising opportunities available, just contact us. 

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RELATED SHOW LINKS:

 

Biker Down: Adelaide Perr

Belch Gear

Breckenridge Beer

Rocky Mounts Fundraiser for Adelaide Perr

Drunkcyclist Website

Drunkcyclist on Twitter

Drunkcyclist on Facebook

Drunkcyclist Tumblr

Email D2

Become a Mountain Bike Radio Member

 

Nov 8, 2014

Danielle Musto is a guest in this episode of Girls & Gears. Ben interviews Danielle about her recent 4th place finish at the World Endurance Mountain Bike Organization (WEMBO) 24 Hour World Championship in Scotland. They chat about Danielle's training leading up to the event, the race, and a little about what she has coming up. 

 

If you have any questions, comments, or ideas for a future show, please email us at info@mountainbikeradio.com.

 

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RELATED SHOW LINKS:

 

World Endurance Mountain Bike Organization (WEMBO) Website

World Endurance Mountain Bike Organization (WEMBO) Facebook

2014 24 Hour Worlds Results

Carborocket

Tailwind Nutrition

Danielle's Blog

Danielle's Twitter

Danielle's Instagram

2014 Endurance Race Calendar

Save $$$ on Carborocket and Tailwind Nutrition and other great stuff, and Support MBR by becoming a member

Nov 7, 2014

The Tuscobia Winter Ultramarathon has quickly become one of the go-to winter endurance events for fatbikers, runner, and skiers. Race directors, Chris and Helen Scotch, join the show to give listeners a behind-the-scenes look at the race, as well as what racers can expect, and some of the race details. 

 

If you have an idea for a guest or would like to be on yourself, please contact Ben at Ben@Mountainbikeradio.com. 

 

We also have advertising opportunities available if you would like to promote your race. Please contact us about advertising at info@mountainbikeradio.com.

 

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RELATED SHOW LINKS:

 

Tuscobia Winter Ultramarathon

Email Tuscobia

Email Ben

Nov 6, 2014

The owner of Penn Cycle in Minnesota, Pat Sorensen, joins the show to discuss several items that Penn is currently involved in, including the MORC Gala, Get Phat with Pat fatbike races, and Cross for Tots. We also chat about Pat's very long history of being in the cycling industry and how Penn Cycle started. 

 

If you have an idea for a guest or would like to be on yourself, please contact Ben at Ben@Mountainbikeradio.com. 

 

We also have advertising opportunities available if you would like to promote your race. Please contact us about advertising at info@mountainbikeradio.com.

 

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RELATED SHOW LINKS:

Penn Cycle Website

Penn Cycle Facebook Page

Penn Cycle Twitter 

Minnesota Off-Road Cyclists (MORC)

Buck Hill Website

Find Get Phat with Pat race info at MN Bike Trail Navigator

Email Pat Sorensen

Email Ben

 

Nov 5, 2014

Drew is back! Ben and Drew catch up and give new listeners a little background about Drew. Drew then leads a very informative discussion about periodization. Listen in to find out what periodization is, different types, and how you can apply them to your training.

 

We want to hear from you! If you have any questions, comments, or ideas for the next episode, contact us at info@mountainbikeradio.com. We also have advertising opportunities available, just contact us. 

 

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Related Show Links

 

Drew's Website

Coach Drew Edsall on Facebook

Drew on Facebook

Drew on Twitter

Email Drew

Drew's Training Plans

Member deals on Drew's training plans

Nov 4, 2014

Andrea discusses running, they chat about some more cyclocross racing, and then get into a good discussion about wheel/rim options when responding to a listener email. If you've been thinking about your wheel selection for next year and deciding whether you should go alloy or carbon and what are your alloy options. You also get some bonus bottom bracket talk at the end of the show.

SHOW SEGMENTS

 

Listener Emails Sponsored by [Your Name Here] 

Jake D. asks about alloy vs. carbon wheels and whether he should stick to the $1,000 he had in mind. 

 

New Shit We Probably Hate

Problem Solvers Eccentric BB30 bottom bracket and Elixir brakes.

 

Matt is Tired and Crabby

Matt's at a 3.5 on Crabby Scale and 7 on the Tired.

 

RELATED SHOW LINKS:

92Fifty

Industry Nine

Nox Composites

Problem Solvers

Become a Mountain Bike Radio member 

Brickhouse Racing Website

Brickhouse Racing Facebook Page

Mountain Bike Radio Facebook Page

Andrea's Twitter

Matt's Twitter

Kenny's Twitter

Andrea's Sponsors:

Nov 4, 2014

Kelli gives you tips on packing your ride nutrition. Do you ever get annoyed at carrying your nutrition on the bike? Listen in for some thoughts on making it easy. 

 

If you value what you are hearing on The Apex Nutrition Podcast, please consider improving your nutrition by buying one of Kelli's plans through our Apex Nutrition Link.

 

We encourage listeners to get involved by sharing your experiences, show ideas, questions and comments. If you have any questions, comments, or ideas for future episodes, please contact us at info@mountainbikeradio.com.

 

BUY Kelli's $40 COMPREHENSIVE NUTRITION PLAN

 

RELATED SHOW LINKS

 

J.Paks Adventure Cycling Frame Bags

Kelli's During Training Bacon Rice Burritos 

Kelli's 10 regular oods that you can just add salt to

CarboRocket

Tailwind Nutrition

Listen to all the back Apex Nutrition Podcast episodes

Email Kelli

Apex Nutrition Website

The Fuel Right Blog

Fuel Right Twitter

Apex Nutrition Facebook Page

Become a Member - Members get 15% off Kelli's plans!

 

Nov 2, 2014

Welcome to the first episode of The Being Dad Show. I share thoughts about the new show and give an intro of the show and myself. I share a previously unreleased interview that Scott of Athleteonfire.com and I did back in January. Listen in and get an idea of your host and what you can expect from the show.

 

SHOW NOTES:

 

Athleteonfire.com - A special thanks to the creator of Athlete on Fire, Scott, for the interview. Expect to hear from Scott a lot more on The Being Show. 

Athlete on Fire Twitter

Athlete on Fire Facebook

 

 

Get involved! For next episode, I want listeners to get involved and share. Email your first name, number of kids, and your and your kids favorite activities to me (ben@mountainbikeradio.com) before November 15. Have your name shared on the air. We want other dads to get to know our listeners and we want to share the community. 

 

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