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Endurance Buzz Podcast

Passionate trail runner David Hanenburg interviews

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Passionate trail runner David Hanenburg interviews

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Information, Inspiration, and Entertainment on the Dirty Side of Running

Latest Episodes

Big Mustaches, Big Goals, and a Big Win at the Arkansas Traveller 100 – Our Chat with Alison Jumper

Alison Jumper of Arkansas put together a 19:16:44 finish to earn the win at this year’s Arkansas Traveller 100. Running has always been a part of Alison’s life that began while watching and cheering on her father at local road races. At age 6, Alison cinched up the pigtails, pinned on a bib, and ran […]

-1 s2015 NOV 18
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Big Mustaches, Big Goals, and a Big Win at the Arkansas Traveller 100 – Our Chat with Alison Jumper

Hail, Hallucinations, and Mountain Single-track at the Fatdog 120 – Our Chat with Jorge Rasillo

Texas lowlander, Jorge Rasillo, loves the mountains. This enjoyment of elevated nature led to a 120 mile point-2-point adventure this past August through the Cascade Mountains of British Columbia, Canada called the Fatdog 120. Jorge finished this scamper in 44:27:31 where he would explore running beyond 100 miles and try to function after 24 straight […]

-1 s2015 OCT 10
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Hail, Hallucinations, and Mountain Single-track at the Fatdog 120 – Our Chat with Jorge Rasillo

Reduce Stomach Shutdowns and Enjoy Consistent Energy in Your Next Race – Exploring Metabolic Efficiency Training with Jessica Baxter

Long run. Speed work. Core. Weights. No beer till after the race. (maybe) You are ready. Race day. Bring it! And then your race is derailed by a stomach gone bad halfway through your adventure. All those hours and miles of training, and the stomach can have the final say. Ugh. And what about the […]

-1 s2015 OCT 2
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Reduce Stomach Shutdowns and Enjoy Consistent Energy in Your Next Race – Exploring Metabolic Efficiency Training with Jessica Baxter

The First and Only Finisher of the Habanero 100 – Our Chat with Julie Koepke

Julie Koepke of Texas recently won the inaugural Habanero 100 in 28:43:20. Not only was Julie the first to finish, she was the only person to finish all 100 miles during this sultry August weekend at Buescher State Park in Texas. Enjoy our chat that includes the following musings and other useful goodies for you: […]

-1 s2015 SEP 15
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The First and Only Finisher of the Habanero 100 – Our Chat with Julie Koepke

Beer and Donuts, Managing Negative Thoughts, and Overcoming the Fear of Running at Night – Our Chat with Dina Caballero

“I thought I was going to die.” It was Fall of 2012 and those words circled in the mind of Dina Caballero during the early weeks of her couch-to-5km run training program. Running hadn’t been Dina’s thing. She hadn’t ran through the first 45 years of her life. Inspired by some friends, she laced them […]

-1 s2015 SEP 6
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Beer and Donuts, Managing Negative Thoughts, and Overcoming the Fear of Running at Night – Our Chat with Dina Caballero

Bee Stings and Twisted Ankles, 500 Miles of Cactus Rose, and the Art of Stealth Running – Our Chat with Chris Russell

If you have played at Texas trail races, you have likely seen, heard, and even chatted with Chris Russell. Standing at six foot big inches tall with a size 15 tread, Chris’s booming voice and welcoming smile has been know to share a story or two across the trail miles. Chris played competitive hoops through […]

-1 s2015 AUG 31
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Bee Stings and Twisted Ankles, 500 Miles of Cactus Rose, and the Art of Stealth Running – Our Chat with Chris Russell

The Quest for Great Views, Reducing Injuries, and Playing Chicken with Falling Mountain Cantaloupes – Our Chat with Phil Uecker

Disbelief. The scale doesn’t tell the whole story, but one morning it told Phil Uecker of Texas enough to inspire a change. “I’m not supposed to be 200 pounds. I need to get active.” With no running background from his youth, the simplicity of heading out his front door and running the local dirt […]

-1 s2015 AUG 25
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The Quest for Great Views, Reducing Injuries, and Playing Chicken with Falling Mountain Cantaloupes – Our Chat with Phil Uecker

Becoming a Better Version of Self – Our Chat with David Infante

“Everything shook. The whole world shook.” David Infante’s first run out his door in New Mexico wasn’t pretty. Do you remember your first run or your first anything where you hadn’t developed many (or any) of the skills for the activity? It can be awkward, uncomfortable, and even painful. Yet, sometimes there is something inside […]

-1 s2015 AUG 20
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Becoming a Better Version of Self – Our Chat with David Infante

Filling the Emotional Cup, Body Resilience, and Bamboo Scrambles – Our Chat with EJ Gonzalez

235 pounds and inactive. 170 pounds one year later. EJ Gonzalez of Texas made a choice. A choice to return to the active life. To work on himself as much as he was supporting others in the corporate world. Lacing up the tread and heading out the door was the most natural start to EJ’s […]

-1 s2015 AUG 18
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Filling the Emotional Cup, Body Resilience, and Bamboo Scrambles – Our Chat with EJ Gonzalez

Hill Running Lessons, Increasing Mental Toughness, and Being One of Five to Survive the Prairie Spirit 100 Snowmageddon – Our Chat with John Nobles

“Hey, do you want to join us?” How many of us have started ajourney in some area of life based on someone asking if we would be interested in giving it a try and taking us under their wings? I may not have found endurance sports if a good friend in 2000 didn’t share a […]

-1 s2015 AUG 15
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Hill Running Lessons, Increasing Mental Toughness, and Being One of Five to Survive the Prairie Spirit 100 Snowmageddon – Our Chat with John Nobles

Latest Episodes

Big Mustaches, Big Goals, and a Big Win at the Arkansas Traveller 100 – Our Chat with Alison Jumper

Alison Jumper of Arkansas put together a 19:16:44 finish to earn the win at this year’s Arkansas Traveller 100. Running has always been a part of Alison’s life that began while watching and cheering on her father at local road races. At age 6, Alison cinched up the pigtails, pinned on a bib, and ran […]

-1 s2015 NOV 18
Comments
Big Mustaches, Big Goals, and a Big Win at the Arkansas Traveller 100 – Our Chat with Alison Jumper

Hail, Hallucinations, and Mountain Single-track at the Fatdog 120 – Our Chat with Jorge Rasillo

Texas lowlander, Jorge Rasillo, loves the mountains. This enjoyment of elevated nature led to a 120 mile point-2-point adventure this past August through the Cascade Mountains of British Columbia, Canada called the Fatdog 120. Jorge finished this scamper in 44:27:31 where he would explore running beyond 100 miles and try to function after 24 straight […]

-1 s2015 OCT 10
Comments
Hail, Hallucinations, and Mountain Single-track at the Fatdog 120 – Our Chat with Jorge Rasillo

Reduce Stomach Shutdowns and Enjoy Consistent Energy in Your Next Race – Exploring Metabolic Efficiency Training with Jessica Baxter

Long run. Speed work. Core. Weights. No beer till after the race. (maybe) You are ready. Race day. Bring it! And then your race is derailed by a stomach gone bad halfway through your adventure. All those hours and miles of training, and the stomach can have the final say. Ugh. And what about the […]

-1 s2015 OCT 2
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Reduce Stomach Shutdowns and Enjoy Consistent Energy in Your Next Race – Exploring Metabolic Efficiency Training with Jessica Baxter

The First and Only Finisher of the Habanero 100 – Our Chat with Julie Koepke

Julie Koepke of Texas recently won the inaugural Habanero 100 in 28:43:20. Not only was Julie the first to finish, she was the only person to finish all 100 miles during this sultry August weekend at Buescher State Park in Texas. Enjoy our chat that includes the following musings and other useful goodies for you: […]

-1 s2015 SEP 15
Comments
The First and Only Finisher of the Habanero 100 – Our Chat with Julie Koepke

Beer and Donuts, Managing Negative Thoughts, and Overcoming the Fear of Running at Night – Our Chat with Dina Caballero

“I thought I was going to die.” It was Fall of 2012 and those words circled in the mind of Dina Caballero during the early weeks of her couch-to-5km run training program. Running hadn’t been Dina’s thing. She hadn’t ran through the first 45 years of her life. Inspired by some friends, she laced them […]

-1 s2015 SEP 6
Comments
Beer and Donuts, Managing Negative Thoughts, and Overcoming the Fear of Running at Night – Our Chat with Dina Caballero

Bee Stings and Twisted Ankles, 500 Miles of Cactus Rose, and the Art of Stealth Running – Our Chat with Chris Russell

If you have played at Texas trail races, you have likely seen, heard, and even chatted with Chris Russell. Standing at six foot big inches tall with a size 15 tread, Chris’s booming voice and welcoming smile has been know to share a story or two across the trail miles. Chris played competitive hoops through […]

-1 s2015 AUG 31
Comments
Bee Stings and Twisted Ankles, 500 Miles of Cactus Rose, and the Art of Stealth Running – Our Chat with Chris Russell

The Quest for Great Views, Reducing Injuries, and Playing Chicken with Falling Mountain Cantaloupes – Our Chat with Phil Uecker

Disbelief. The scale doesn’t tell the whole story, but one morning it told Phil Uecker of Texas enough to inspire a change. “I’m not supposed to be 200 pounds. I need to get active.” With no running background from his youth, the simplicity of heading out his front door and running the local dirt […]

-1 s2015 AUG 25
Comments
The Quest for Great Views, Reducing Injuries, and Playing Chicken with Falling Mountain Cantaloupes – Our Chat with Phil Uecker

Becoming a Better Version of Self – Our Chat with David Infante

“Everything shook. The whole world shook.” David Infante’s first run out his door in New Mexico wasn’t pretty. Do you remember your first run or your first anything where you hadn’t developed many (or any) of the skills for the activity? It can be awkward, uncomfortable, and even painful. Yet, sometimes there is something inside […]

-1 s2015 AUG 20
Comments
Becoming a Better Version of Self – Our Chat with David Infante

Filling the Emotional Cup, Body Resilience, and Bamboo Scrambles – Our Chat with EJ Gonzalez

235 pounds and inactive. 170 pounds one year later. EJ Gonzalez of Texas made a choice. A choice to return to the active life. To work on himself as much as he was supporting others in the corporate world. Lacing up the tread and heading out the door was the most natural start to EJ’s […]

-1 s2015 AUG 18
Comments
Filling the Emotional Cup, Body Resilience, and Bamboo Scrambles – Our Chat with EJ Gonzalez

Hill Running Lessons, Increasing Mental Toughness, and Being One of Five to Survive the Prairie Spirit 100 Snowmageddon – Our Chat with John Nobles

“Hey, do you want to join us?” How many of us have started ajourney in some area of life based on someone asking if we would be interested in giving it a try and taking us under their wings? I may not have found endurance sports if a good friend in 2000 didn’t share a […]

-1 s2015 AUG 15
Comments
Hill Running Lessons, Increasing Mental Toughness, and Being One of Five to Survive the Prairie Spirit 100 Snowmageddon – Our Chat with John Nobles