All in Wilderness
Zach Bitter is an endurance athlete, coach and nutrition specialist. Zach has broken the World record for running the furthest distance in 12 hours ( 101.66 miles) and he set a new American record for fastest 100 mile time of 11:47:21.
With a curiosity for his own limitations, Zach has dedicated his life to endurance running and nutrition. He started off as a High School teacher running races and training in his free-time. Through the pursuit of excitement, he left his job as a teacher to pursue running and peripheral disciplines full-time. Zach is a reminder of building your life around what excites you and over time, most people on that path will encounter new and unexpected opportunities.
We often hold people who've achieved great accomplishments at arms length, however, all of our ambitions are within arms reach with clever thinking, diligence, and effective learning.
Subjects discussed; Nutrition, what drove Zach to break records, Zach's motivations to compete, how to transition to a career athlete, pursuing excitement, and more.
For more on Zach, https://zachbitter.com/
Abram Dickerson loves wild places, he's spent over 20 years hosting adventures into and around the mountains. Abram manages Aspire Adventure Running, a running event organizer - www.aspireadventurerunning.com
In this episode, I sit down with Daniel Shimwoo Kim. Daniel is an ecologist and outdoorsman. You can check out his outdoor video series Ecoesque here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUrTPjWNPNi6yXvdWAweXaA
Subjects discussed: Video Games, the wilderness, traveling, figuring out what you enjoy, building character, and more.
How can you create a life you're excited about?
This week, I sit down with Andrew Cline - a leadership consultant and former Expedition Guide.
Andrew has counseled a range of clients from Microsoft to REI.