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Learn the Spartan mindset. Founder & CEO of Spartan Race and NY Times best-selling author, travels the globe seeking and answers authors, academics, athletes, adventurers, entrepreneurs, CEOs and thought leaders. It will shift your thinking, make you laugh and and give you the tools you need. He’s on a mission to find the secrets to success in all aspects of life. Not only does Joe interview epic people, he has brought together an amazing panel to break down and analyze every aspect of these ...
 
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When the US abruptly left Afghanistan a group of veterans took matters into their own hands to rescue their Afghan allies and partners. "What does a promise mean to you? And how far would you go to honor it?" Lt. Col. Scott Mann (ret) is a veteran and author of the New York Times bestseller “Operation Pineapple Express.” He is the founder of The He…
 
Do you want to get optimal performance? You've probably been told to eat healthy and exercise, but if you're not seeing the results you want, then this episode is for you. In this episode you will learn: 1. How do we define 'processed food'? 2. What is the best diet for performance? 3. What are the different diets for different sports and activitie…
 
As an infant boat refugee he nearly died of dysentery, Kien Vuu arrived in the U.S. with his parents with no money. Overcoming poverty and racism, he became a “successful” physician. Vuu's new book "Thrive State" is a blueprint for optimal health, longevity and peak performance. He speaks with Joe De Sena, founder and CEO of Spartan Race, about the…
 
Colin O’brady is a 10-time world record breaking explorer. He was the first person to cross Antarctica solo, unsupported and fully-human powered, and has rowed a boat across the treacherous Drake Passage. He’s found a way that ANY person can change their life in just 12 hours. He and Joe de Sena , founder and CEO of Spartan, talk about it on this e…
 
Big things take time. That's Alex Hormozi's number one business tip. Little did he know that was 100% in alignment with Joe De Sena's philosophy. By the age of 32, Alex Hormozi and his wife Leila’s portfolio of companies surpassed $85M in annual revenue spanning, Joe De Sena (founder & CEO of Spartan) invited him on Spartan Up podcast to learn more…
 
Anxiety is pervasive, but not all anxiety is bad. That's what Tracy Dennis-Tiwary, Ph.D. has determined after 20 years of research. Anxiety is not an illness to be avoided. Anxiety is an emotion that can serve us. That's why all the medications and self help books continue to fail us. (quick note - anxiety disorders are real, but anxiety is not the…
 
Craig James is a friend of Joe De Sena (founder and CEO of Spartan Race), and they are talking about what almost everyones talking about - remote work vs in person work. You probably know Joe's take, but what do the studies say? What do professionals in the business of work spaces say? Craig is the founder of DWELLoptimal. The idea is that extended…
 
Is it worth it to build your own business? Joe De Sena, CEO and Founder of Spartan Race, asks Brian Scudamore, CEO & Founder of 1-800-GOT-JUNK. Then they talk about Scudamore's new book "BYOB - Build Your Own Business." LINKS: BYOB Build Your Own Business, Be Your Own Boss https://amzn.to/3axWISr Spartan Up podcast is brought to you by Wild Health …
 
Mindset matters. Actions matter. Tactics matter. The power of "one more" is as effective as it is simple. In this conversations withJoe De Sena, Spartan Race founder and CEO, Ed Mylett explains the origins of his ideas that combine thoughts and actions to unlock massive change. How his father tried one more time to get sober, how he took one more b…
 
To be successful Austin Speck, CEO of Titan Brands, uses a formula that balances 4 areas - Intellect Quotient, Physical Quotient, Emotional Quotient and Spiritual Quotient. He and Joe De Sena, Spartan founder and CEO, talk about how they manage each in their personal and business lives. LINKS: https://www.linkedin.com/in/austinspeck https://www.tit…
 
Gilbert has endured great suffering in his life, but his message is of joy! Burundian long-distance runner, author, and motivational speaker is a survivor of the massacres during the Burundian Civil War of the early 1990s. Members of the Hutu tribe invaded Tuhabonye's high school and captured more than 100 Tutsi children and teachers killing most w…
 
Have you ever run an ultramarathon? If you want to, you can do it. Travis Macy, his dad, Mark, Mimi Anderson, and Bart Yasso are going to make you want to go for a run today and forget about the distance. Mimi Anderson says, “I had that moment in my heart. You know, where somebody suggests something, and I thought, 'Well, why can't I do that?' It w…
 
Joe Gray says, “What are the elite athletes doing? If you're looking to set elite goals for yourself, I don't care if you're a five hour marathoner and you want to run a 4:30, you're trying to do something that you've never done before. You have performance on mind. One thing you'll always notice is you're not going to see a lot of low carb athlete…
 
The behavioral and social science tells us community is the great unlock! Gina Bianchini is a groundbreaker in the work of entrepreneurship and community first with Ning and today as founder and CEO of Mighty Networks. Hear how you can use community to unlock your potential, how this is a golden age for sharing ideas, what she thinks of Elon Musk's…
 
Aaron Hinde, Laura Gassner Otting, and Ryan Holiday have advice and experiences that will help you get where you truly want to be. Laura Gassner Otting, author of “Limitless,” says, “I had the great fortune of having this business coach who was curious about what I was doing and wanted to help me. And I went to have breakfast with him, and I brough…
 
Yancy: There may come a day when I can't run anymore, but I can still do it right now. So I do it. I run just about everywhere I go. Joe Gray: But ultimately too, I need to stay in shape because I want to beat my son for a few more years. He's slowly catching up. Today, Yancy and Joseph Gray talk about finding the spark to run, having an activity t…
 
Your brain evolved to prevent you from moving, to conserve energy, because there was a time when humans needed a lot of energy to hunt and to gather food. We don't have to do that now, but the brain is still set up to conserve energy. But if you can overcome that resistance and MOVE you unlock the most powerful medicine in mental health. This episo…
 
Marla Sweeney, Heather Gollnick, Jimmy Binns are going to let you know how they keep doing what they do as they get older, and with their advice, you’ll be able to keep competing and having fun actively until your 80s, 90s, maybe even into your 100s. We had the help of Amelia Boone interviewing Marla, and Kevin Gillotti interviewing Heather. Joe: B…
 
Hans Florine says, “That's what climbing is, is doing something that you couldn't previously do, whether it was last week or seconds ago. And so there's immediate reward in climbing for, 'Hey there's a problem in front of you, and it's just a problem.' And that's what life is. And we do something, change our body position, get another tool, and we …
 
Feel a lack of motivation? Find a problem that needs to be solved. Ryan joins Spartan Race founder and CEO Joe De Sena to talk about it. He enlisted in the Navy after watching the Twin Towers fall on 9/11, and Parrott served eight years as a U.S. Navy SEAL completing three combat tours to Iraq before being assigned to Advanced Training Command as a…
 
Meb Keflezighi, Jeffrey Zeizel, and Kathrine Switzer each have experiences at the Boston Marathon that would seem unthinkable if they didn’t happen. Meb Keflezighi, the first American to win the boston Marathon after the tragic bombing, says, “In a marathon, you don’t break early. You know, you try to hold on, but sometimes you have to listen to yo…
 
Hans Florine talking about when he broke his legs 4 years ago, “I was out of view when I fell and broke my leg. He came around the corner and I was talking on the phone. And he's like, "What the F are you doing talking on the phone?" And I'm like, I'm talking to the Rangers. Why are you talking Rangers? We need a rescue. I've broken both of my legs…
 
Today’s kids are smarter and stronger than our culture gives them credit for. Kids need independence to learn the skills they’ll need as adults. After her column "Why I Let My 9 Year Old Ride the Subway Alone" created a media firestorm, Lenore Skenazy founded the book, blog and movement, “Free-Range Kids.” Today she is president of Let Grow, the no…
 
Earl Granville, Noah Currier, and Jonathan Lopez of Oscar Mike and Operation Enduring Warrior (OEW), author Alex Banayan, and Bai founder Ben Weiss are today’s experts for us to overcome all the different obstacles life throws at us.. Ben Weiss: You've got to be willing to take the path. For me, there's no shortcut. At the end of the day, you can't…
 
Brice Johnson, Project Manager and Site Foreman at The Jericho Project, says, “Our form of spirituality is when you're doing so good, the next man is going to come up to you and ask you how you're doing that. No matter if it's cooking, in the gym at work, doing your homework, even folding your bed or doing your laundry. When the next man comes up a…
 
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