Adaptability is key for so many aspects of life, from running an efficient business to maximizing your own personal talents and growth as an individual. In this episode, we speak with retired Navy SEAL John Allen. He’s the founder and CEO of Elite Meet, a non-profit that assists elite members in our special operations community transition to the civilian world.
The Boston Marathon is seen as the ultimate marathon that many runners aspire to achieve and conquer. In 1967, history was made as Kathrine Switzer became the first official woman to run the Boston Marathon. We sit down with Kathrine and dive into her story and her broader journey fighting for sports equality.
Two weeks until my 30th birthday, I decided to run 30 miles. The longest I've run prior was 13.5 miles. Here's how I trained, what challenges I faced as the miles flew by, and what I learned from the experience.
How does one perform at peak capacity in life or death situations on an ongoing basis? This is the life of a special operator in the military, where an unbreakable mind and body is imperative for survival and success. Let's chat with Ret. Navy Seal Admiral Alexander Krongard.
Dr. Stubbs has been a lifelong athlete. Though she's officially retired from competitive rowing, she competed in her first Ironman 70.3 triathlon...and qualified for the Ironman 70.3 World Championships in South Africa. Learn about her experience, her training, and where that competitive fire comes from.
Finding running motivation can be difficult no matter your experience level. Here are a few strategies to re-find motivation for beginning, experienced and advanced runners, from new swag to new mental strategies.
How does the growing culture of running reflect larger world-wide trends? We explore these topics with Samuel Robinson, who holds a Ph.D. in history and is a centerpiece in the endurance community here in the Bay Area. His writing, published on outlets such as Outside Magazine, focuses on the culture, experience, and inner lives of endurance athletes and uses sport as a lens that provides otherwise unseen perspectives around us.
HVMN Athlete and professional cyclist, Vittoria Bussi, is now the women's world record holder for the Hour: one of cyclist's oldest and most-prestigious challenges. We've been working with her for months to optimize her performance with HVMN Ketone. Learn more about her journey and how the company partnered with Vittoria to do the impossible.
Jason Calacanis, an esteemed angel investor for multiple unicorn companies, such as Uber and Robinhood, joins the HVMN Podcast to talk about his plans to become the greatest investor in Silicon Valley, the impact of social media and identity politics on conversation and discourse, and techniques for developing a self-aware, self-improving mindset.