Category: Fitness Tech

#29 The Fitness Tech Podcast: Special Guest Ryan Feagan and More Bike Talk!

Jim and Jamie sat down with Ryan Feagan to cover his passion around biking.  Ryan shares with us how he got started with the sport as well as what it takes to keep him fueled and ready to ride.  It’s a great interview and one you will not want to miss!  You can follow Ryan on Twitter at http://twitter.com/#!/rfeagan Jamie and Jim also spend so time talking about the upcoming running schedule.  Just 3 weeks to the Lincoln Marathon on May 1st. You can follow Jim on Twitter at http://twitter.com/#!/jcollison.  If you want to contact us here at the show,

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#28 The Fitness Tech Podcast: Special Guest Dave Tyler and Lots of Mountain Biking!

Jim and Jamie are joined by Dave Tyler, a Technology Trainer at Gallup and this week we talk about his passion for mountain biking.  He gives us some insight as to how he got started, what it takes to get started in the sport and what he goes through during a typical racing season.  We talk some about his training and some about his nutrition.  He also blogs over at http://jackrabbitracing.blogspot.com/ if you want to follow him there. Jamie and Jim also spend so time talking about the upcoming running schedule for Jim and his lack of good nutrition.  Just

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#27 The Fitness Tech Podcast: New Barbie – Recovering Carrie, Cookbooks, Clock Blocking and Long Runs

It’s been a two week break for the Fitness Tech Podcast and it was time to get back after it!  Jim and Carrie break down the activities of the weekend and cover an update on Carrie’s health, the new Spartan Cookbook contest, a race update on the State Farm 10 mile that we stretched into 19 and the concept behind the term “Clock Blocking!” Some sharing, some words of wisdom, a little humor and a bunch of fun!  Hope you enjoy it! Jason Jaksetic Carrie’s Blog Jim’s Running Blog The Spartan Blog Carrie@spartanrace.com Yurbuds Eagle Fun Run Future Guest Brian

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#26 The Fitness Tech Podcast: Jason Jaksetic and Completing the 100 Mile Snow Shoe Challenge

I caught up with both Jason Jaksetic and Carrie Adams after last weekend’s 100 mile event and we recapped the final 40 miles of his race.  In a very open and honest interview, Jason walks us through the next 36 hours of the event and how he felt both during and right after he completed the race.  It’s quite a story! You can follow Jason’s blog at http://jasonjaksetic.com or follow him on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/jasonjaksetic You can follow Carrie at her blog http://keepingitclean.org/ You can get more info on Spartan Races at www.spartanrace.com You can follow Jim on Twitter at

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#25 The Fitness Tech Podcast: A Wrap on the Frozen Burrito and Special Guest David Seevers

Jim and Jamie spent some time with Ironman finisher and over all great guy David Seevers for episode 25.  Dave completed his first Ironman in 2009 and is looking forward to Ironman Canada later this year.  We hope to follow Dave on his journey as he progresses to the start line! We also spend a few minutes wrapping up the coverage of the 2011 Frozen Burrito Race from last Sunday.  More coverage of that can be found at http://theaverageguy.tv or at Jim’s blog at http://theaverageguy.me. You can follow Jim on Twitter at http://twitter.com/jcollison.  If you want to contact us here

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#24 The Fitness Tech Podcast: The 2011 Frozen Burrito

Jim Collison and Mud Mafia running mate Dan Svoboda made the three hour trek to Neligh Nebraska for the 1st Annual Frozen Burrito Race.  The 4.7 mile event, organized by Jeff Carpenter and to benefit the local High School track resurfacing, was held on a brisk morning at required hats and gloves!  The “not your typical” road race included some stiff hills, off road mud and snow trails, a bit of ice and a start and stop on the track that needs replaced.  There were just under 50 runners and it had a great small town feel.  We even made

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