You have heard of OCR? and you have heard of Kilimanjaro? Well you are about to hear about OCR on Kilimanjaro. Epic probably does not do this race justice. Join us as we talk to David Pickles the founder of @worldshighestocr.
“I feel great”….”I feel crap!” Which one feels like what, when, why and how on earth do we measure it? Daily check in on yourself is what this show is all about. We share simple hacks that will allow you to easily measure how you feel in a way that you can benchmark again!
We heard it all to often that some days are better than others but why is that? This is a super important question. And when it comes to feelings how can we really measure them? Also an important question and sometime harder to answer.
In todays show we give you the hacks that you need.
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Jules Curtis is on a mission to live her best life to be able to coach others to do the same. She left her Corporate job and got a one way ticket to New Zealand to live the dream of being a traveling Life Coach. She's challenging life by doing things differently with lots of interesting learnings and fun stories along the way. Can she make Work Easy, Play Easy the new goal in life?
This show will certainly make you think on a number of levels as we move from living your best life all the way to meditation, we hit waterfalls, hire cars and talk about not talking. This is not the last time we will ave Jules on the show that is for sure.
Acai, acaaaai, aci…..pronounce it however you like, consumption Acai is on the rise around the world, but what is it, where has it come from, is it good for us, how much can we have? Yup there are a whole load of questions around it which we dive into in this show, we let you know what you should be ordering and how often.
Acai is a small fruit, round, and black-purple in color. The fruit became a staple food in floodplain areas around the 18th century, but its consumption in urban areas and promotion as a health food only began in the mid 1990s along with the popularization of other Amazonian fruits outside the region.
The key to your consumption of Acai is all down to what you have it with, how much and how often!
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Welcome to episode 650, this podcast has been an epic journey, this show is another landmark number but the motivation behind it as never changed….”to give people as much value as possible.”
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Waking up early may come easier to some of us than others but in this show the case to make it happen is proven and strong. I have always been an early riser so I guess you could say it’s in my blood but as you will hear in this show I will go over the why’s and more than that the benefit.
Of course like many things in life waking up early takes some training but once you train the body and mind then things in life start to change for the better.
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The first modern Olympics were held in 1896 but their traditions date back to the 8th century BC. It is an iconic event littered with tradition, hard work, records and emotions. Could that all be able to change as there are whispers of video games being included in future Olympics?
In this show I discuss some thoughts around a recent article in the Economist which delivered some very interesting insights into the participation in video games such as Fortnite and Leave of Legends. I look into the rich and interesting history of the Olympic games, where it all started, why it only happens every 4 years and some of the popular and less popular sports that we see in the spectacle that is the Olympics.
Maybe this is a change we need, maybe it is what the modern world looks like and maybe as new sports are added, others are dropped off it is time to include the sports, hobbies or pastimes that get the most attention these days. What do you think? Good? Bad? Let us know on firstname.lastname@example.org
We have known what calories are for a long time but even 15 or 20 years ago the thought of counting them and or weighing food in order to ensure that you get the right amount was not something the layman would consider. If you were an “athlete” then maybe but otherwise not a chance.
Fast forward to today and everyone seems to know about counting calories, whether they are doing it correctly or not is another thing. At the same time the number of eating disorders we are seeing and generally poor relationships we see that people have with food is on the rise at a scary rate.
So whats going on? That is the question we answer in todays show.
Just 4 years ago Keith Russell started running as something he could do with his severely disabled daughter Alanna. It brought them both great joy and happiness. Sadly in December 2017 Alanna passed away but in the short time Keith ran with her they had a huge impact on many communities both in Ireland and further afield.
What started as something they did together soon developed into something that would help Keith deal with being apart from Alanna as he explained to us “I had two choices and the world would have accepted if I chose to drown my sorrows but I didn’t I chose to keep running.”
Since Keith has run a sub 3 hour marathon, completed the 173km Belfast to Dublin ultra, on Alannas second anniversary completed 100 miles on a 400m track and on 27th June ran 227km around an athletics track as he chased the Irish 24 hour record.
In this show Keith speaks in detail about all areas of his life, lessons learnt and how he has overcome extreme adversity.
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“You should read more” was probably a phrase we have all had shouted at us at some stage or another. But how, but when, but why? In this show we talk all about books, reading, podcasts and learning, how much is too much, how much is enough and when should we start doing!