No Excuses: The Official Tough Mudder Podcast

No Excuses: The Official Tough Mudder Podcast

Welcome to the ‘No Excuses’ Podcast by Tough Mudder. A place where Mudder Nation can come together to hear deep-dive conversations with fitness + health experts, everyday athletes and community members. Join us every Wednesday as we uncover the stories and inspiration that make this community so great. Hosted by Sean Corvelle.

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July 21, 2021 69 min

After becoming an amputee and the passing of his brother Joe, who took his own life while they were serving on active duty back in 2010, Earl Granville now spends most of his time traveling the country as a public speaker.

Sean Corvelle sits down with the veteran, warrior, and motivational speaker, who introduces a better way of being by providing you with the tools you need to redefine your mind to create a space necessary for impo...

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Sean Corvelle sits down with ”the father of the formula” Bob Murray PhD FASCM, founder of Stage Hydration. Bob was formerly co-founder and Director of the Gatorade Sports Science Institute for 23 years before launching Stage Hydration. In this episode, he debunks common myths and misconceptions about hydration and shares how to properly use electrolytes and fuel our bodies.

You can find Stage Hydration electrolytes at our hydration ...

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Sean Corvelle sits down with Natalie Jill, fat loss expert and high performance coach, to discuss her physical and mental health journey, F.A.T. (false assumed truths), running a business, and more.

Hear more from Natalie in her recent book, Aging in Reverse, and her podcast, Listen Up.

Connect with Natalie on social:

-Instagram: @nataliejillfit

-Facebook: Natalie Jill Fit

-Youtube: Natalie Jill Fitness

-Website: NatalieJillFitness.c...

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5,425 miles, 275 days, and 31 pairs of shoes later...

In this episode, we are back with Matty Gregg, this time accompanied by his wife Alicia. They discuss their experiences while Matty ran across America, how they met, and what they learned. From being mistaken as a bomber to saving a snapping turtle, it was a wild run.

Be sure to look out for Matty’s two upcoming books.

Connect with Matty on social:

-Instagram: @mattygreggruns

-Tw...

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Spartan CEO Joe De Sena sits down with Tough Mudder CEO Kyle McLaughlin to talk about their past rivalry, the behind-the-scenes of the public acquisition, Joe's experience running a Tough Mudder and so much more. A conversation long in the making that you don't want to miss.

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The Senate has passed a bill to establish Juneteenth National Independence Day a federal holiday.  Juneteenth recognizes and marks the emancipation of formerly enslaved African Americans, commemorating the date in 1865 when slaves in Galveston, Texas, learned of their freedom.

Sean Corvelle sits down with 5 incredible guests to discuss their relationship with the holiday. They dive into the impact of the murder of George Floyd, how ...

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“Take care of each other and take care of our planet.”

CEO and Founder of Every Man Jack, Ritch Viola, discusses his life before, during, and after the launch of his environmentally-friendly company for men. 

He sits down with Sean to talk about his journey of starting a company while balancing triathlon training and being a father. He discusses how he compartmentalizes different aspects of his life and focuses on the task at hand in...

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“I’ve spent 30 years planning on dying, and now I have to figure out how to live.”

In this episode we sit down with former pro athlete, Ryan O’Callaghan, to discuss his experience hiding his sexuality throughout his life and football career. He talks about societal pressures, relationships with his friends and family, struggles with suicide, addiction, and more.

Since retiring from the NFL, Ryan has focused his life on changing minds...

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Can you really become a better athlete by training your brain?  NeuroTrainer combines neuroscience and virtual reality to measure cognitive abilities, stimulate neural pathways to prime for learning, and optimize for long-term performance improvements. Over time, NeuroTrainer improves important skills in sports, the classroom, and everyday life. It's now being used by professional sports teams and athletes around the world to i...

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Scott Chesney awoke to paralysis at the age of 15-years-old after a sudden spinal stroke. Now, he's dedicated his life to spread his positive message to over 1.5 million people in 40 countries. He sits down with Sean to discuss his inspiring story of acceptance, his travels around the world,  why he turned to surfing and more.

You can find more about Scott here.

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On this episode, we sit down with Ken Roberts: a Registered Dietitian, athlete, endurance coach, veteran and founder of Top Nutrition and Performance, LLC.Listen in, as Sean sits down with Ken to connect on how to tackle RED-S Syndrome, how to fuel your body for the coveted World’s Toughest Mudder and how he approaches his clients with eating disorders.

You can find more about Ken here.

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Why are psychedelics still so taboo? Can they really be used to improve our mental health? Is there a place for psychedelics in the fitness world?

We’re sitting down with Albert Garcia-Romeu, Ph.D., a member of the Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences faculty at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, to answer these questions and more.

Dr. Garcia-Romeu studies the effects of psychedelic drugs in humans, with a focus on psilo...

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"Most of the journalists thought he was absolutely justified in attacking me."

On this episode we sit down with the iconic Katherine Switzer, the first woman to enter and run the coveted Boston Marathon. For 70 years, the Boston Marathon only accepted men...Katherine changed this on Patriots' Day in 1967 by having the courage to enter the course and run the 26.2 miles, paving the way for all future female athletes. She s...

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Why is there so much misinformation about the autistic community? What does autism really look like?

Ryan Steiner stops by the No Excuses Podcast to share his experience as an autistic man, his commitment to educating the public during Autistic Awareness month and his journey with his autistic daughter Kala. Ryan brings his daughter on his long runs and has achieved a major weight loss transformation. He’s currently training for hi...

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Could overhead exercises be the cause of your migraines? Does CBD really work for pain management? What should you actually do when you get injured?

We're answering these questions and more as we sit down with Dr. Houman Danesh, the division head of Integrative Pain Management at Mount Sinai.

You can find more about Dr. Danesh  here:
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 "Exhaust life, don’t let it exhaust you.”

Javier Escobar, a high-level OCR athlete, made the World’s Toughest Mudder podium after running 100 miles (!) in just 24 hours. On top of his intense training, Javier has also worked at on the frontlines of the pandemic. Javier tells Sean how his first World’s Toughest Mudder was actually a drunk decision, his experience with electroshock therapy, how a motorcycle accident led him to m...

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Sonya Renee Taylor is the Founder and Radical Executive Officer of The Body is Not An Apology, a digital media and education company promoting radical self-love and body empowerment as the foundational tool for social justice and global transformation. She is also an author of two books, including ‘The Body is Not an Apology: The Power of Radical Self-Love’, educator and thought leader who has enlightened and inspired organizations...

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"I always tell people that cancer saved my life. It absolutely made me find happiness. I don't know that I really knew how to live before I realized that I was dying."

When 30-year-old Courtney Burnett was completing her medical residency in Thailand, she started experiencing strange symptoms. Her left hand would tingle and cramp and her throat would do the same. A stressful few days eventually led her to diagnose hersel...

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"If COVID did anything at all, it showed how important politics is to the food supply."

Marion Nestle is the Paulette Goddard Professor, of Nutrition, Food Studies, and Public Health, Emerita, at New York University. She is the author of the bestselling book 'Food Politics' and 'Unsavory Truth.' among many others. She has appeared in many food documentaries including the infamous 'Super Size Me' and ...

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"How we show up as athletes is how we show up as humans."

Elizabeth W. Carey is a former Division 1 athlete, running coach and author of the book Girls Running, offering guidance and tools girls need to thrive on their running journey, right from the start. In this episode of No Excuses, Elizabeth sits down with Sean to discuss:

 - The harmful culture and belief systems that exist in the running community and how it affected ...

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