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Hey Junkie, thanks for joining me on the endurance Junkie podcast. My name is Peter Brees and on this show, I will be interviewing some of the fastest, smartest and most inspiring people active in the endurance world today. I’m thinking pro triathletes, ultrarunners, coaches, race directors, industry experts, brand owners,... you name it. If they have anything to do with endurance, they are a possible guest on the show.

Latest Episodes

121: Kyle Buckingham - Ironman South Africa Champion 2018

Kyle Buckingham has fast made a name for himself in the world of triathlon after winning Ironman Lake Placid 2014 in his first year as a pro and Ironmann Vineman in 2016.He still holds the Ironman Hawaii Age Group record with 8h37 set in 2013. After a disappointment in Kona last year (due to a mechanical issue on the bike), Kyle recently savoured the sweet taste of victory again by winning his home race: Ironman South Africa. You can follow Kyle on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. In this interview we talk about: – Kyle’ssporting background – His progress in the sport and career so far – Transitioning from amateur to pro –Training with Paul Laursen – Winning his home race Ironman South Africa

33 min2018 MAY 4
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121: Kyle Buckingham - Ironman South Africa Champion 2018

120: Flora Duffy - Multi Discipline World Champion Triathlete

Flora Duffy is on track to become one of the greatest triathletes of all time. Not only is she a two-times ITU World Triathlon Series champion, she also has four Xterra World titles, two ITU Cross Triathlon World Championships and a couple of weeks ago she added a Commonwealth gold medal to the list. Seems the only thing missing is an Olympic title, but Tokyo 2020 is not that far of... You can follow Flora on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. In this interview we talk about: – Flora's sporting background growing up in Bermuda – Her progression in triathlon – How racing people like Gwen Jorgensen made her a stronger athlete – Winning the 2018 Commonwealth Triathlon gold medal – Future goals and ambitions

33 min2018 APR 27
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120: Flora Duffy - Multi Discipline World Champion Triathlete

119: Josh Sprague - CEO of Orange Mud Hydration Packs

Josh Sprague is the founder and CEO of Orange Mud hydration packs. Josh is a tech and gear guy who has spent years racing in ultramarathons, gravel races, Ironman triathlons, mountain bike and adventure races and traveling all over the globe in search of adventure. He started Orange Mud to change the way athletes such as runners and bikers look at hydration. You can follow Josh on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. In this interview we talk about: – Josh's sporting background and career in endurance sports – What drove him to start his business Orange Mud – What it's like to see other people use a product you've designed – Balancing work with training for endurance events and keeping a happy family

39 min2018 APR 25
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119: Josh Sprague - CEO of Orange Mud Hydration Packs

118: Henri Schoeman - Olympic Bronze & Commonwealth Gold Medal Triathlete

Henri Schoeman is a South African triathlete who specialises in Olympic Distance racing. Henri grew up with aspirations of becoming an Olympic swimmer but switched to triathlon when it became clear that his shorter and lighter frame was more suitable for running than for swimming. Henri made his debut at the highest level – the World Triathlon Series - in 2013, but truely broke through in 2016 when he won the bronze medal at the Rio Games and won his first World Series race in Cozumel a couple of weeks later. After a difficult post Olympic year, Henri has had a flying start to 2018 with a solid win at the season opener in Abu Dhabi and the gold medal at the Commonwealth Games last week. You can follow Henri on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. In this interview we talk about: – Henri's sporting background and progression in triathlon – Dealing with injuries at the beginning of his career – What his expectations were at the 2016 Rio Games – Winning the 2018 season opener in Abu D...

41 min2018 APR 16
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118: Henri Schoeman - Olympic Bronze & Commonwealth Gold Medal Triathlete

117: Rob Wilson - Master Your Breathing for Performance

Rob Wilson is a passionate teacher to the core and a firm believer in the philosophy “it’s better to teach a person to fish.”. Rob comes from a background in martial arts and manual therapy, he is a member of Dr. Kelly Starret's MobilityWOD, the owner of Crossfit Virginia Beach and works as a coach at Power Speed Endurance, where he leads the Art of Breath clinics, a program developed to give participants an experience based understanding of how breathing can affect both short term performance and long term health. You can follow Rob on Instagram. In this interview we talk about: – Rob's own sporting background – Life lessons learned thanks to his background in martial arts – Moving from martial arts into the Crossfit world – Proper breathing for performance = free speed – Bruce Lee and the importance of good teachers

40 min2018 APR 4
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117: Rob Wilson - Master Your Breathing for Performance

116: Ryan Munsey - F*ck Your Feelings & Master Your Mind

Ryan Munsey is a former bodybuilder, fitness model and gym-owner who now works as a writer, podcaster and performance consultant. He is considered a thought leader in the wellness and personal development space and has worked with professional and Olympic athletes, Navy SEALs and entrepreneurs - helping them optimize both their minds and their bodies. Ryan recently released his new book called F*ck Your Feelings and it’s a great dive into the neuroscience and the way our emotions work, with plenty of tips & tricks on how we can control our mind to achieve more and succeed in everything we do. You can follow Ryan on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. In this interview we talk about: – Ryan's sporting background and career in bodybuilding – Ryan's take on the best diet for endurance athletes – Why it's a good idea to skip breakfast – Why we should all buy a copy of his new book "F*ck Your Feelings" – How to stay aware of our decision making proces

44 min2018 MAR 30
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116: Ryan Munsey - F*ck Your Feelings & Master Your Mind

115: Andy Blow - CEO & Founder of Precision Hydration

Andy Blow is the founder and CEO of Precision Hydration. Andy has a degree in Sport and Exercise Science and was once the Team Sports Scientist for the Benetton/Renault F1 teams. He founded Precision Hydration to help athletes solve their hydration issues after finding out late in his own athletic career that his performance had been held back by hydration problems caused by his extremely salty sweat. He has a few top 10 Ironman and 70.3 finishes and an Xterra World Age Group title to his name. These days he regularly competes in endurance/adventure events such as the ÖTILLÖ Swimrun World Series. You can follow Andy on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. In this interview we talk about: – Andy's sporting background and athletic career – What led him to start his own business and start Precision Hydration – Why athletes should take a sweat test to determine their hydration plan – Should we drink to thirst or drink to a schedule – Can too much electrolytes harm performance?

38 min2018 MAR 26
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115: Andy Blow - CEO & Founder of Precision Hydration

114: Laura Siddall - 2018 Ironman New Zealand Champion

Laura Siddall is a British professional triathlete who trains and competes around the world. After a successful age group career with multiple World Championship titles over the sprint and Olympic distance, Laura turned Pro in 2014 and stepped up to 70.3 and Ironman racing. She won her first full-distance Ironman race in Australia in May 2017 and recently claimed a second title at Ironman New Zealand. You can follow Laura on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. In this interview we talk about: – Laura's sporting background and how she got into triathlon – The decision to turn Pro after a succesfull career as an age grouper – Working with Matt Dixon from Purple Patch Fitness – Winning the 2018 Ironman New Zealand – Her goals for 2018 and beyond

41 min2018 MAR 16
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114: Laura Siddall - 2018 Ironman New Zealand Champion

113: Gwen Jorgensen - Chasing Olympic Marathon Gold

Gwen Jorgensen is a professional triathlete turned marathon runner who resides in Portland, OR. She is a 2x Triathlon World Champion (2014, 2015), 17x ITU World Triathlon Series race winner and the 2016 Olympic Triathlon Champion. After winning the gold medal at the Rio Games and taking a year off racing to give birth to her son Stanley, Gwen announced late last year that she'll retire from triathlon to pursue a new goal: Olympic gold in the marathon in 2020. You can follow Gwen on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and Youtube. In this interview we talk about: – Gwen's sporting background and how she got into triathlon – How she was able to dominate the sport from 2014 to 2016 – Her decision to retire from triathlon to focus on marathon running – What it will take to make the US team and medal at the 2020 Games – Dealing with outside pressure from the triathlon and running community

34 min2018 MAR 14
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113: Gwen Jorgensen - Chasing Olympic Marathon Gold

112: Sarah Piampiano - From Wall Street to Pro Ironman Triathlete

Sarah Piampiano competed in her first triathlon in 2009 on a bet from a friend, and fell in love with the sport. Over the next the two years she made the journey from newbie triathlete to amateur champion, finishing as the top American amateur at the 2011 Hawaii Ironman. In 2012, she left her full-time position in finance and began competing as a professional under the guidance of Matt Dixon at Purplepatch Fitness, winning several 70.3 and full-distance Ironman titles since. You can follow Sarah on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. In this interview we talk about: – Sarah's sporting background and how she got into triathlon – What made her leave a well-paid job in finance and go pro as an athlete – The differences between being an elite age-grouper and a pro – Working with Matt Dixon as a coach – Her 2018 schedule, goals and ambitions

39 min2018 MAR 9
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112: Sarah Piampiano - From Wall Street to Pro Ironman Triathlete

Latest Episodes

121: Kyle Buckingham - Ironman South Africa Champion 2018

Kyle Buckingham has fast made a name for himself in the world of triathlon after winning Ironman Lake Placid 2014 in his first year as a pro and Ironmann Vineman in 2016.He still holds the Ironman Hawaii Age Group record with 8h37 set in 2013. After a disappointment in Kona last year (due to a mechanical issue on the bike), Kyle recently savoured the sweet taste of victory again by winning his home race: Ironman South Africa. You can follow Kyle on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. In this interview we talk about: – Kyle’ssporting background – His progress in the sport and career so far – Transitioning from amateur to pro –Training with Paul Laursen – Winning his home race Ironman South Africa

33 min2018 MAY 4
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121: Kyle Buckingham - Ironman South Africa Champion 2018

120: Flora Duffy - Multi Discipline World Champion Triathlete

Flora Duffy is on track to become one of the greatest triathletes of all time. Not only is she a two-times ITU World Triathlon Series champion, she also has four Xterra World titles, two ITU Cross Triathlon World Championships and a couple of weeks ago she added a Commonwealth gold medal to the list. Seems the only thing missing is an Olympic title, but Tokyo 2020 is not that far of... You can follow Flora on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. In this interview we talk about: – Flora's sporting background growing up in Bermuda – Her progression in triathlon – How racing people like Gwen Jorgensen made her a stronger athlete – Winning the 2018 Commonwealth Triathlon gold medal – Future goals and ambitions

33 min2018 APR 27
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120: Flora Duffy - Multi Discipline World Champion Triathlete

119: Josh Sprague - CEO of Orange Mud Hydration Packs

Josh Sprague is the founder and CEO of Orange Mud hydration packs. Josh is a tech and gear guy who has spent years racing in ultramarathons, gravel races, Ironman triathlons, mountain bike and adventure races and traveling all over the globe in search of adventure. He started Orange Mud to change the way athletes such as runners and bikers look at hydration. You can follow Josh on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. In this interview we talk about: – Josh's sporting background and career in endurance sports – What drove him to start his business Orange Mud – What it's like to see other people use a product you've designed – Balancing work with training for endurance events and keeping a happy family

39 min2018 APR 25
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119: Josh Sprague - CEO of Orange Mud Hydration Packs

118: Henri Schoeman - Olympic Bronze & Commonwealth Gold Medal Triathlete

Henri Schoeman is a South African triathlete who specialises in Olympic Distance racing. Henri grew up with aspirations of becoming an Olympic swimmer but switched to triathlon when it became clear that his shorter and lighter frame was more suitable for running than for swimming. Henri made his debut at the highest level – the World Triathlon Series - in 2013, but truely broke through in 2016 when he won the bronze medal at the Rio Games and won his first World Series race in Cozumel a couple of weeks later. After a difficult post Olympic year, Henri has had a flying start to 2018 with a solid win at the season opener in Abu Dhabi and the gold medal at the Commonwealth Games last week. You can follow Henri on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. In this interview we talk about: – Henri's sporting background and progression in triathlon – Dealing with injuries at the beginning of his career – What his expectations were at the 2016 Rio Games – Winning the 2018 season opener in Abu D...

41 min2018 APR 16
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118: Henri Schoeman - Olympic Bronze & Commonwealth Gold Medal Triathlete

117: Rob Wilson - Master Your Breathing for Performance

Rob Wilson is a passionate teacher to the core and a firm believer in the philosophy “it’s better to teach a person to fish.”. Rob comes from a background in martial arts and manual therapy, he is a member of Dr. Kelly Starret's MobilityWOD, the owner of Crossfit Virginia Beach and works as a coach at Power Speed Endurance, where he leads the Art of Breath clinics, a program developed to give participants an experience based understanding of how breathing can affect both short term performance and long term health. You can follow Rob on Instagram. In this interview we talk about: – Rob's own sporting background – Life lessons learned thanks to his background in martial arts – Moving from martial arts into the Crossfit world – Proper breathing for performance = free speed – Bruce Lee and the importance of good teachers

40 min2018 APR 4
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117: Rob Wilson - Master Your Breathing for Performance

116: Ryan Munsey - F*ck Your Feelings & Master Your Mind

Ryan Munsey is a former bodybuilder, fitness model and gym-owner who now works as a writer, podcaster and performance consultant. He is considered a thought leader in the wellness and personal development space and has worked with professional and Olympic athletes, Navy SEALs and entrepreneurs - helping them optimize both their minds and their bodies. Ryan recently released his new book called F*ck Your Feelings and it’s a great dive into the neuroscience and the way our emotions work, with plenty of tips & tricks on how we can control our mind to achieve more and succeed in everything we do. You can follow Ryan on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. In this interview we talk about: – Ryan's sporting background and career in bodybuilding – Ryan's take on the best diet for endurance athletes – Why it's a good idea to skip breakfast – Why we should all buy a copy of his new book "F*ck Your Feelings" – How to stay aware of our decision making proces

44 min2018 MAR 30
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116: Ryan Munsey - F*ck Your Feelings & Master Your Mind

115: Andy Blow - CEO & Founder of Precision Hydration

Andy Blow is the founder and CEO of Precision Hydration. Andy has a degree in Sport and Exercise Science and was once the Team Sports Scientist for the Benetton/Renault F1 teams. He founded Precision Hydration to help athletes solve their hydration issues after finding out late in his own athletic career that his performance had been held back by hydration problems caused by his extremely salty sweat. He has a few top 10 Ironman and 70.3 finishes and an Xterra World Age Group title to his name. These days he regularly competes in endurance/adventure events such as the ÖTILLÖ Swimrun World Series. You can follow Andy on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. In this interview we talk about: – Andy's sporting background and athletic career – What led him to start his own business and start Precision Hydration – Why athletes should take a sweat test to determine their hydration plan – Should we drink to thirst or drink to a schedule – Can too much electrolytes harm performance?

38 min2018 MAR 26
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115: Andy Blow - CEO & Founder of Precision Hydration

114: Laura Siddall - 2018 Ironman New Zealand Champion

Laura Siddall is a British professional triathlete who trains and competes around the world. After a successful age group career with multiple World Championship titles over the sprint and Olympic distance, Laura turned Pro in 2014 and stepped up to 70.3 and Ironman racing. She won her first full-distance Ironman race in Australia in May 2017 and recently claimed a second title at Ironman New Zealand. You can follow Laura on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. In this interview we talk about: – Laura's sporting background and how she got into triathlon – The decision to turn Pro after a succesfull career as an age grouper – Working with Matt Dixon from Purple Patch Fitness – Winning the 2018 Ironman New Zealand – Her goals for 2018 and beyond

41 min2018 MAR 16
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114: Laura Siddall - 2018 Ironman New Zealand Champion

113: Gwen Jorgensen - Chasing Olympic Marathon Gold

Gwen Jorgensen is a professional triathlete turned marathon runner who resides in Portland, OR. She is a 2x Triathlon World Champion (2014, 2015), 17x ITU World Triathlon Series race winner and the 2016 Olympic Triathlon Champion. After winning the gold medal at the Rio Games and taking a year off racing to give birth to her son Stanley, Gwen announced late last year that she'll retire from triathlon to pursue a new goal: Olympic gold in the marathon in 2020. You can follow Gwen on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and Youtube. In this interview we talk about: – Gwen's sporting background and how she got into triathlon – How she was able to dominate the sport from 2014 to 2016 – Her decision to retire from triathlon to focus on marathon running – What it will take to make the US team and medal at the 2020 Games – Dealing with outside pressure from the triathlon and running community

34 min2018 MAR 14
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113: Gwen Jorgensen - Chasing Olympic Marathon Gold

112: Sarah Piampiano - From Wall Street to Pro Ironman Triathlete

Sarah Piampiano competed in her first triathlon in 2009 on a bet from a friend, and fell in love with the sport. Over the next the two years she made the journey from newbie triathlete to amateur champion, finishing as the top American amateur at the 2011 Hawaii Ironman. In 2012, she left her full-time position in finance and began competing as a professional under the guidance of Matt Dixon at Purplepatch Fitness, winning several 70.3 and full-distance Ironman titles since. You can follow Sarah on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. In this interview we talk about: – Sarah's sporting background and how she got into triathlon – What made her leave a well-paid job in finance and go pro as an athlete – The differences between being an elite age-grouper and a pro – Working with Matt Dixon as a coach – Her 2018 schedule, goals and ambitions

39 min2018 MAR 9
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112: Sarah Piampiano - From Wall Street to Pro Ironman Triathlete
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