The Relentless Forward Podcast
High Altitude Leadership with Mountaineer Chris Warner

High Altitude Leadership with Mountaineer Chris Warner

July 3, 2018

Chris Warner is a world class mountaineer, best selling author of leadership books, sought after public speaker, Emmy nominated filmmaker and an accomplished entrepreneur.

He has led over 200 international mountaineering expeditions, and is one of only 12 americans who have summited both Everest and K2, the two tallest mountains in the world.

Chris has offered leaderrship training to Fortune 100 companies, Super Bowl champion teams, and universities. He specializes in training teams where failure is not an option.

Chris offers incredible stories of leadership, survival, life and death on the mountains, and offers a lot of lessons you can incorporate into your own life.

Enjoy!

OPEX Coach Mike McElroy

OPEX Coach Mike McElroy

June 25, 2018

Coach Mike joins the program again, this time to discuss nutrition and gives clarity to a lot of the confusing and contradictory information out there about this topic. Jeremy also goes into detail about his 2 month nutrition experiment, and Coach Mike gives insight into some of the results. 

If nutrition is a weak point for you, this episode may shine some light on what options are out there for you, how you might consider approaching nutrition from a 'higher level' perspective, and what different kinds of "diets" actually entail.

Check it out!

James Fitzgerald of OPEX Fitness

James Fitzgerald of OPEX Fitness

May 21, 2018

Named the World's Fittest Man in 2007, James is the founder of OPEX Fitness. James is a wealth of unique and "higher order" fitness information and shares his thoughts on multiple subjects. James will challenge your thinking and inspire you to think of fitness in a way you haven't done before. www.OPEXFit.com

Check it out!

Coach Mike McElroy Pt 2 - Talking Extreme Ownership

Coach Mike McElroy Pt 2 - Talking Extreme Ownership

May 7, 2018

Coach Mike joins the program again to continue discussions from part 1 and to cover some other interesting topics. Topics discussed include taking extreme ownership of your own training, including successes and failures, tackling unreasonable goals, and even a little talk about running 100 miles in 7 days. Always good stuff when Coach Mike joins the program. Check it out!

Interactive Episode - The Myth of Physiological Limits

Interactive Episode - The Myth of Physiological Limits

April 23, 2018

Introducing the first interactive podcast experience! Recorded live at the monthly RFP Coaching Luncheon Workshop.

We explore ways in which we can shatter the myths of our own physiological limits using intentional and unique actions. 

We will be identifying limiters that are creating physiological limits.

You'll want a pen and paper, phone or ipad, or computer to participate if you want to get the most from this unique, interactive format.

Mike Mcelroy

Mike Mcelroy

April 12, 2018

Strength and conditioning coach Mike Mcelroy of Opex Fitness and Crossfit 27:17 joins the program. We discuss the mind/body connection in training, our philosophies of raising our children, and why strength training is important for endurance athletes, and vice versa.

Extreme Achievement

Extreme Achievement

March 21, 2018

Recorded live at the monthly RFP Coaching Luncheon.

This presentation is titled Extreme Achievement.

We take a deep dive into the correlations between survival situations and extreme endurance activities. We study cases of extreme human achievement and what lessons can be gleaned for each of us to apply to our own pursuits. Also, we discuss how none of us are near our true physiological limit, how our brains trick us into believing we are (and how we can trick our brain right back), and how having a good luck charm can help you the right mindset to achieve your goals. And much more! Check it out.

Doug Ulman

Doug Ulman

March 5, 2018

Doug Ulman is the President and CEO of Pelotonia. Pelotonia is a three day annual cycling event that has raised nearly $150 million in 9 years for cancer research. Doug is the former CEO of Livestrong, founder of the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults, has run 100 miles in the Himalayas and has climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro, and much more.

Doug discusses how you can be part of the "Greatest Team Ever" by supporting Pelotonia, discusses the history and importance of Livestrong and its impact, talks about how cancer is being "cured" by incredible new innovations in genetic testing, and let's us in on whether he really invented the yellow Livestrong bracelet or not.

He also offers some powerful insights into what it's like to be on the front end of the cancer battle, where losing people you care about happens far too often.

 

The Indomitable Wendy Chioji

The Indomitable Wendy Chioji

February 23, 2018

The inspiring and amazing Wendy Chioji joins to discuss cancer battles, Ironman World Championships, mountain climbing, Lance Armstrong, and how you can live fearlessly, too.

Visit www.wendychioji.com to follow her journey.

Sprint Edition - Lesson from a Seal

Sprint Edition - Lesson from a Seal

February 22, 2018

Jeremy shares a lesson from the world’s toughest ultra endurance athlete: David Goggins.

Podbean App

Play this podcast on Podbean App