Episodes

yishai horowitz

EFM17 – Yishai and Kristin Horowitz – Their Crowdfunded Journey to Building a Multi-Million Dollar Sports Business

Check out this entrepreneurial endurance sports Power Couple! They are the lovable Horowitzes, Yishai and Kristin, who share their journey from building the business in a storage unit in a parking lot to recently opening a $1.8 million facility in California.

They are a husband and wife team of rock climbers, multisport athletes, including triathlon, owners of a bouldering gym, race directors bringing us some of California’s best loved Adventure races

This adventure into building climbing gyms, obstacle course races and triathlons wasn’t without it’s challenges though: they faced doubt, rejection and even took it to the edge nearly going bankrupt as a result of some naive decisions. But, with experience comes wisdom and now the Horowitzes march on towards building a number of successful multi-million dollar businesses that athletes and endurance sports enthusiasts love. We’ll talk about how they engaged their community and how they used crowdfunding to raise the capital to expand their business, not once but three times!

victoria shannon

EFM16 – Victoria Shannon – Chasing Monster Goals

We are going to talk about a passion for chasing monster goals. We are going to talk about commitment and how to create positive change in how you feel about ourselves.

My next guest on Endurance FM has done all of those, turning her life around from being a morbidly obese pill-popping wine guzzler to slimmed down, entrepreneur real estate investor and founder of a new line of cycling clothing.

Find out more about Victoria’s monster goals, her plans to conquer Ironman Kona and a few desert ultra marathons along the way.

margaret schlachter dirt in your skirt

EFM15 – Margaret Schlachter, Founder Dirt in Your Skirt

Margaret Schlachter is an entrepreneur, author and was the world’s first female professional obstacle course racer.

She left a comfortable salaried existence to turn pro 5 years ago, following her passion into Obstacle Course Racing, competing in some of the world’s toughest events including Death Race, 5x World’s Toughest Mudder, and Survival Run in Nicaragua.

All the while she’s been busy building a movement on the side, Dirt in Your Skirt, for aspiring female changemakers who, like her, wanted to go out and make a ruckus.

What your body actually needs during training

EFM What your body actually needs during training. Interesting article from Training Peaks breaking down our bodies and different nutrition requirements for different lengths of time and intensity of activity.

How sub 9 hour Ironman champion Sami Inkinen trains just 8-12 hours a week!

EFM How sub 9 hour Ironman champion Sami Inkinen trains just 8-12 hours a week!:

Ironman champion Sami Inkinen, who trains just 8-12 hours per week.

Sami is just coming off an amateur Ironman winning time of 8:24 at Ironman Sweden, and last year, his finishes included:

* Overall amateur champion at Wildflower Triathlon Long Course
* Overall amateur champion at Hawaii 70.3. Ironman
* Age group world champion at Ironman 70.3. distance in Las Vegas
* Age group world champion runner up at Ironman World Championships in Hawaii, with an 8:58:59 Kona performance

You can listen to Sam’s audio here:

Tour De France

EFM Tour De France. Will the Aussie win it this year? Current form and the experts say YES!