Orange Mud Adventure Channel Podcast

Orange Mud Adventure Channel Podcast

The goal of the Orange Mud Adventure and Endurance Channel is to highlight the most amazing race directors, athletes, nutritionist, trainers, and influencers in the endurance community. A heavy focus will be on the trail and ultra running, mountain biking, adventure racing, and triathlon distances. We're a bit nerdy here about all these disciplines, and can't wait to interview a lot of our favorite people, and learn from their experiences. If you know of someone that you'd like to be on the podcast, please reach out on our contact page and let us know! Links below, but also syndicated on iTunes, Google Play, Libsyn, Stitcher, and Tunein.

Episode 52: Austin McInerny, NICA President on youth cycling

Episode 51: Top 7 mistakes endurance athletes make, by Dina Griffin

Episode 50: Craig Macintyre, Oklahoma Gravel Growler and ultra run, wheel building, and owner of Spokelahoma bike shop. 

Episode 49: Jake Jackson, Crushing Desert Solstice, run for 24 hours on a track.

Episode 48: Maah Daah Hey 100 and more with Nick Ybarra.

Episode 47: Bobby Wintle, Land Run 100, 100 miles of Oklahoma Dirt and a muddy 50k. 

Episode 46: John Lacroix (Sherpa John), of the Human Potential Running Series.

Episode 45: Debbi Potts, The "Wholestic Method" for coaching endurance athletes.

Episode 44: Pete Ripmaster, Running the Iditarod and Winning It.

Episode 43: Simon Ward, the Triathlon Coach. 

Episode 42: Hawk 100, let's help them become a Western States 100 qualifier! 

Episode 41: Lifelong Endurance, The benefits of working with a coach and building a strong team

Episode 40: Jake Jackson, setting ultra records, Keto diets, and basically being a beast!  

Episode 39: Avery Collins, going big in not just the USA, but Tor des Geants! 

Episode 38: Frank Dumont, ketogenic diet, training for altitude, and some great data about sugars! 

Episode 37: Megan Finnesy, Dirty 30. 

Episode 36: Jared Blank, running around the world, literally! 

Episode 35: Alison Tetrick - Winning the Dirty Kanza on her first try.

Episode 34: Jay Korff - Childhood Cancer and running 200 miles - Endure Film

Episode 33: Ray Zahab - Ultimate Adventurer gives us some insight into his wild global adventure background

Episode 32: We dig into the background and amazing event of the TransRockies with Aaron McConnell

Episode 31: Jeri Chua, running 444km in the Coast to Coast race in Malaysia.....yes, 444km! 

Episode 30: Salem Stanley, race director for Vacation Races and Virtual Running Club. 

Episode 29: Chris Cross the Nation interview. Chris is tackling a kind of big run, well, real big, 3000 miles. 

Episode 28: Hawk 100 Race Director Sherrie Klover, Co Director Ami Weidler-Hyten, and Trail Hawk Founder Gary Henry

Episode 27: Gunhild Swanson, racing for the long term.

Episode 26: Scott Searle, The "Yo Yo Man". How the running addiction overshadows his prior addiction. 

Episode 25: Annie Weiss, Tackling the Ice Age trail for 1204 miles.

Episode 24: Adam Zucco, Power training, do you use wattage to train or heart rate? 

Episode 23: Tailwind Nutrition founder Jeff Vierling

Episode 22: Dr. Michelle Cleere, sports psychologist, discusses depression and it's prevalence in endurance sports. 

Episode 21: Kyle Sipes, Race director for the run and ride Estes Epic.

Episode 20: Cyril Derreumaux, a Guiness World Record holder, endurance paddler, motivator, and overall wild man!  

Episode 19Infinit Nutrition, with Michael Folan discusses how to maintain proper nutrition through training and racing. 

Episode 18: Dr. Michelle Cleere - sports psychologist, discusses how to deal with the mental game through training and racing. 

Episode 17: Pete Kostelnick, Run Across America champion, discusses how he achieved such an amazing feat.

Episode 16: Dirtbag Runners Founder, Crista Scott discusses just how she loves to be a dirtbag!

Episode 15: Lifelong Endurance coaches Andrew Simmons and Katie Whidden discuss training tips for runners and triathletes. 

Episode 14: Jordan Bryden, Canadian, Pro Triathlete, discuss training tips, disc wheels, and keeping things simple in Ironman. 

Episode 13: Don Reicholdt, Leadman Finisher and how he trained for his first Leadman

Episode 12: Todd Sadow, Epic Rides founder discusses two new events, the start of Epic Rides, and how he and his team have built an amazing mountain biking race/community.

Episode 11: Primal Quest race director, Maria Burton discusses the monster of Adventure Races called PQ, and how she is working to rebuild this prestigious event.  

Episode 10: Robyn Benincasa, World Champion Adventure Racer, Speaker, and one of the toughest women on the planet (the most tough in our opinion)!

Episode 9: Ken Chlouber and Merilee Maupin, founders of the Leadville race series are two amazing characters that had us smiling through the entire recording. What started as a goal to bring tourism to Leadville has still been widely achieved, but even more, they are giving back to their community in more ways than just summer traffic. 

Episode 8: Angie Asche, Endurance Sports Nutritionist opens our eyes on proper fueling, answers questions we've had for years about recovery, booze impacts, fast food, food logs, and more. If you care about nutrition, this is an amazing episode!

Episode 7: Rob Goyen, Trail Racing Over Texas race director sheds some insight into how TROT came about, and his backstory of drugs and alcohol then a pivot into health, endurance rowing, and race directing to give back. 

Episode 6: Nickademus Hollon, ultrarunner, coach, and endurance expert teaches us about activating muscles, a different twist on weight training for endurance athletes, and about Pyrex container sales. Yeah, you have to listen to figure that one out! 

Episode 5: Craig Thornley, Western States 100 executive director, aka Mr. Lord us the run down on his racing and race directing of Western States 100 this year, and a bit of history on the sport.

Episode 4: Scott Mills, San Diego 100 race director and ultrarunning legend chats about Western States for the 19th time, the epic San Diego 100, and taking a helicopter ride in a basket....

Episode 3: Dirty Kanza 200 race director Jim Cummins and Lelan Dains break down the DK200 to us which makes us realize, this race is even harder than we initially thought! 

Episode 2: Ultrarunning athlete and world record holder Zach Bitter discusses running crazy fast for very long distances, setting records, and how he fuels.

Episode 1: Paul Jesse, race director, Off Road Pursuits discusses how to put on a trail racing, racing 100 milers and more.