Everest twice, she is fascinated by the power of human potential. Show notes Who is Callie Growing up in California and moving to Alaska 10 years ago How a SoCal girl ended up in Alaska! It makes me connect with every word she writes! She threw herself in to the club scene, going to cross countries at weekends and it was a revelation. First there was the delight in witnessing my body rise to the challenge of 10 mile runs or brutal speed training sessions on a track. What she has learned about being brave and why women should get out there. Jenny first came on the tough girl podcast in February 2017 when she shared more about her first challenge, exploring the Yukon of North Canada by cycling over 3,000 km. Going to climb the highest mountain in the Southern Hemisphere! But surprisingly I loved it. The imposter syndrome and dealing with fears Being torn between the old person and the new person Her first triathlon race and why it stands out in her memory When Helen has learnt most from doing triathlons that she has applied to other parts of her life Qualifying for the age group world championships after 2 years of starting triathlon! She is extremely passionate about creating representation in cycling that will encourage and inspire other African-American women and youth to follow their dreams, whatever they may be.
But something in the autumn of 2013 changed that. But on the other hand, standing in a wet field then going to the pub pre-showered was way out of my comfort zone. . Your support helps me continue to grow the podcast and do inspiring things in this space! Saying to hell with unrealistic feminine ideals and enjoying real life. It is incredibly well written and brilliantly captures why so many people of all abilities take up running or triathlons in the first instance…I found myself captivated, nodding along in agreement and smiling to myself as I recognised so much of what she described.
Industry Reviews 'Inspirational stuff from a compelling writer. Veronica shares more about her life, the challenges she has faced and overcome and how she stays physically active, especially while training in all kinds of weather. Her book, The Carbon Cycle, Crossing the Great Divide s based on a bike ride from Texas to Alaska exploring climate change. I got braver and joined weekend cycle rides. Create your own adventure trail! Show notes Being a full time adventurer Dedicating her life to adventure Learning more about Anna Deciding on the next challenge Explorers Connect - Belinda Kirk How she ended up partnering up with Kate Culverwell Hitting it off straight away Funding the expedition 6 months to finish the route, sort out the kit, training and financing the challenge Budgeting and costs for the trip £15,000 of financial sponsorship Focusing on local companies How people became personally invested in what they were doing Training for the event and getting comfortable paddling for hours The relief of getting to the start line Starting from Westminster Bridge from London Crossing the English Channel Wearing adult nappies! Show notes Retiring from cross country skiing and being diagnosed with breast cancer Seeing herself in a number of different ways Being focused, energetic and determined Where her name comes from What life was like for her growing up Being on skies since she was 1 years old Growing up in an active family Starting cross country skiing at age 6 - but not loving it at first Setting goals at a young age Having benchmarks to reach which help to keep her motivated Creating her roadmap to the Olympics The female role models she had growing up The motivation to keep going to get her Olympic gold medal Patience Working to fund her training Getting out of the dark places in her mind and how she changed it around The 2008 season - the high points and low points What a week looks like for an athlete at this level Spending a lot of time being her own best cheerleader The 2018 Winter Olympics her 5th and final The race and winning gold! Show notes Her next big challenge How the idea came about Loving the mountains and her passion for running Being looked after by local people Deciding on her 2017 challenge Getting into the zone Moving from the survival stage to the thriving stage The Atlas Mountains in Morocco The planning of the trip Making it up as she goes along to a certain extent! So she threw herself into the world of endurance sport. It makes me connect with every word she writes! She is a keen sea kayaker — preferably around remote, wildlife-rich islands — hill walker and bookworm, as well as a cyclist. This was to be the beginning of a journey that left conformity a distant memory.
She is passionate about sharing the gift of adventure and wellness with others to unleash the power within and enjoy life a bit better. Inspired by the little things. For someone who didn't even own a pair of flat shoes and definitely no waterproofs , Helen would soon find she had a lot to learn. But when everyone around you starts settling down, what else is a glamorous party girl to do but to launch herself into the world of endurance sport? Kate has written widely on environmental issues. Joining a caving club at 16! You can do 3 easy things to help me continue to grow the podcast! Instead of reeling at the unseemly sight of helmet hair and a clashing mismatch of garish thermals, I loved the new practical me.
It is incredibly well written and brilliantly captures why so many people of all abilities take up running or triathlons in the first instance. For two years she filled almost every weekend with a new endurance challenge - She did a 112 mile cycle through the Peak District, a 5km ocean swim between two islands in Greece, and spend two days of fell running in Isle of Wight. Join Helen on her hilarious and soul-searching journey as she swaps a life of cocktail bars and dating for the challenges and exhilaration of triathlons, trail runs, obstacle races, long-distance cycles and ocean swims. I dream to call the world my home. Finding herself bitten by the travel bug she then set off again, at the age of 50 with the Dutch Man this time combining her love of travel with her other passion … motorcycling. It makes me connect with every word she writes! I found myself captivated, nodding along in agreement and smiling to myself as I recognised so much of what she described. I would probably have devoured it whole if I didn't have a tiny human to look after! Looking for corporate sponsorship and how she approaches it Deciding every day to believe in herself and to keep working on it Being 2 years in and still just as passionate as she was at the start Keeping herself motivated Balance….
It's warming, funny and extremely relatable! During this podcast Callie talks about her journey, the challenges she has faced along the way, the high points, the low points, the dangers and realities of being out on the road. Kikkan Randall is an American, Olympic champion. Bring back our learnings to a world that is re-learning to honour mother earth, care for her and care for each other. June 2015 Deciding on whether or not to get a coach What training looked like and being near breaking point Racing in Chicago! In 2016 she ran across the , in 2017 she ran across the , and most recently ran across the. Visit its sacred spaces where rituals were performed, generation after generation. I was completely hooked and read the entire book in the space of 4 sittings.
It's warming, funny and extremely relatable! How her running journey progressed and why sibling rivalry motivated her Doing her first trail run and what she loved about it Deciding to do an ultra! However, this brings its own challenges. Plans for 2019 No comparisons allowed Social Media Personal Website - Yoga Website - Instagram - Ayesha is working tirelessly towards this goal and is determined to take every opportunity that comes available to make this happen. Website: Facebook: Twitter : Sara Hastreiter - adventurer, professional sailor and athlete. Callie has then gone on to successfully climb Mount Denali the highest mountain in North America and Aconcagua the highest mountain in South America. Sara Hastreiter is a globe-exploring, international adventuring sailor and climber.
It's Sara's goal to be the first woman ever to sail all 7 seas, and climb to the highest summits of the world's 7 continents. I was into fitness but only for vanity. During this podcast I share more about the journey and what I learned along the way! I read every single comment! Her blog now receives over 10,000 visitors a month and she regularly delivers talks and sell-out expeditions. She was the first American female cross-country skier to take a top ten finish in competition, to win a World Cup race and to win a World Cup discipline title. She is passionate about motivating women to lead adventurous lives they love, creating pleasure, power and productivity from hiking adventures.
Going on an adventure with Cal Major and Holly Hughes who have both been on the Tough Girl Podcast! She is currently in the process of completing the Explorer Grand Slam, a feat that less than 15 women globally have completed. Show notes Growing up in Belgium Her parents Being inspired by Tin Tin The turning point in her life being inspired by her teacher. But each time she survived a day in the cold, it made her want to test more boundaries. She firmly believes that women are the world's largest untapped resource and that given the proper resources and equal opportunities they can change the world. The Knacker Cracker What happens as the months went by Having a coach and working with Mark 69 mile ultra marathon and feeling emotional when no sponsorship came through Doing a 100 mile race and an ironman! But when everyone around you starts settling down, what else is a glamorous party girl to do but to launch herself into the world of endurance sport? Your support helps me continue to grow the podcast and do inspiring things in this space! The speed with which she took on challenges is impressive with a huge range of single and multisport events in her first two years, culminating in the World Championships triathlon in Chicago. But we can all gain something from venturing outside of our cosy lifestyles. Her overall aim is to help deliver a massive wake up call: raising awareness and inspiring effective, intelligent action on some of our most urgent environmental challenges.
About the author Helen Croydon is a freelance journalist, producer and media trainer. She was the only female competitor to make finals in both events in Barcelona. A great tale with honesty and plenty of humour. I felt a bit guilty all warm and cozy in bed reading about the frozen extremities and punishing physical experiences of triathlon training! If you had told Helen two years ago that she would be getting up at 6 a. She loves working with people to help them unleash their full potential and bring to surface conscious and subconscious roadblocks in order to help them reach their dreams, goals, and objectives in business and life. With an interest in ancient civilizations and a Fellow of the Royal Geographic Society, Sarah has since been exploring the world, embarking on adventures and working on various film and humanitarian projects.