It’s fitness week at BTR, so today’s podcast is about endurance. What does it take to tackle the seemingly insurmountable, the physically audacious feats that we watch others accomplish with awe and wonder?
Is the answer rooted in the physical, or does it run deeper… and reside somewhere within the mind?
We’ll talk with Dean Karnazes, an American ultramarathon runner and author of the NY Times best-seller, “RUN!”, and the book “Ultramarathon Man: Confessions of an All Night Runner”, which details ultra-endurance running for the general public.
We’ll also chat with Katie Spotz, the youngest person and first woman to row across the Atlantic Ocean in 2010. At the end of last year she also co-authored a book called “Just Keep Rowing”, which tells 70 lessons she learned from her journey, one for each day at sea.
Also, check out our video as we take questions out to the streets of NYC!
You can also watch Zach and Lisa discuss the topic of this week’s podcast.
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Neverland – Sam Rush
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