Endurance Cartel

Endurance Cartel

Thank you for visiting The Endurance Cartel Podcast. Our primary purpose is to educate, motivate and inspire individuals with a passion for going the distance. You need endurance in your life to function and perform. Not just in sports but in your everyday life. Through the use of expansive and validated research in various fields such as health care, sports medicine, and psychology, this podcast provides you with valuable information on how to train, race and have quality of life while still doing what you love. I want to help you achieve whatever goal you have set for yourself become more attainable than ever before! The show features special guests who are leaders within their respective industries; they’ll be able share insights on how you can reach peak physical performance. Now let’s enjoy the ride!

Episodes

February 15, 2023 44 mins

In today’s episode of the Endurance Cartel, we are joined by Federico Muyshondt, CEO at BODYARMOR Sports Nutrition. After finishing his MBA in Business Administration at Ryce University in Texas, Federico went on to work with titans in the food & beverages industry like Procter & Gamble, PepsiCo, and Danone.

Friends for years, Federico and Javier reminisce about their childhood memories, the important moments in Federico's journey ...

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The world we create in our childhood dreams makes us believe that everything is possible. Although most of us outgrow them, sometimes dreams have the power to shape and influence our future.

Dumitru Dorin Prunariu, today's guest on the Endurance Cartel is one of those people strong enough to let their dreams guide their path in life. After graduating from the Physics and Mathematics high school in Brașov, Dorin went on to the Polit...

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    “There are certain folks who are just born with what I like to call a worrier DNA. That is who they are, whether they are a protector or a fighter, but it doesn’t mean that you’re bloodthirsty or that you hope for war”, says today’s guest of the Endurance Cartel.

     

    Mike Scotti joined the United States Marine Corps Reserves while still an undergraduate at the University of Miami, Florida. After graduation, Scotti attended the Marine...

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    Paul DeAngelis joins today’s episode of the Endurance Cartel Podcast to talk about the attitude and mentality one should have to engage in endurance sports such as mountain climbing or triathlons. He shares a great deal of knowledge and wisdom based on his experience and teaches us what to avoid when challenging ourselves. 

     

    Paul DeAngelis has committed his life to the promotion of health, well-being, and, most importantly, perfor...

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    Mark Divine is a former United States Navy SEAL. He is the founder of the Divine SEAL training system, which focuses on getting people to their goals in life by focusing on the journey, not the destination.

     

    Mark's story began when he was just 14 years old. He had already been taking martial arts since he was 7 years old and had started training in karate and tae kwon do at a young age. He became interested in the world of martial...

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    Leanda Cave joins today’s episode of the Endurance Cartel Podcast to talk about the reality of doing high-intensity endurance sports, and how running triathlons with her severe condition taught her a lot about handling the many aspects of human experience.

     

    Leanda is a former British triathlete who was born on March 9, 1978, in Louth, England. She is the 2002 World Triathlon Champion, as well as the 2012 Ironman Triathlon and Iron...

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    There are many factors that influence the quality of our lives. At some point in time, we’ve all felt the pressure of work-related stress and the effects of poor time management, and an unbalanced and unhealthy lifestyle. Even if we don’t realize it at first, in the long term all these can be harmful to both our physical and emotional health.

     

    In today’s episode of The Endurance Cartel, we are joined by Dr. Laurie Boge, an army ve...

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    Robert Verhelst joins today’s episode of the Endurance Cartel Podcast to talk about the importance of inspiring others through inspiring ourselves to do the impossible, and the impact it can have on our mental health.

     

    Robert Verhelst, famously known by the name of Fireman Rob, is a powerful storyteller with a one-of-a-kind story. From multiple years in the fire service to achieving a Guinness World Record, surviving on Discovery ...

  • Dr. Mickey Witte joins today’s episode of The Endurance Cartel in a discussion about the impact of food and eating habits on the quality of our lives.

    Mickey is a Florida State University graduate with a PhD in nutritional neuroscience and a passionate endurance athlete. As a multiple triathlon competitor and two times Ironman racer, she was always dedicated to better understanding the importance of a healthy, balanced diet in rela...

  • In today’s episode of The Endurance Cartel, we are joined by Terry Tucker, a sought-after motivational speaker, former SWAT negotiator and cancer fighter who believes in the power of a good story to inspire people to live their uncommon and extraordinary lives to the fullest.

     

    After a cruel diagnosis of cancer that robbed him of his legs, Terry started his true story of endurance. In 2019, he created the “Motivational Check” websi...

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    Is VO2 max the standard in determining an athlete's endurance and performance capacity?

     

    Exercise physiologist Dr. Connie Sol joins us on today’s episode of the Endurance Cartel Podcast and offers her input on the importance of VO2 max testing in an athlete’s training and performance capacity. 

    We discuss the differences between lab and field testing, how the environment and ...

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    A lot of us endurance lovers get into a somewhat monotonous workout routine. You may be a runner, swimmer, cyclist, or triathlete who dabbles in a bit of strength training, a spin class enthusiast, someone who primarily engages in resistance training with some cardio sprinkled in, or you may be a fan of low-impact TRX training. While it’s great to have preferences and activities you enjoy, adding multiple types of exe...

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    Safety is one of the basic human needs, along with water, food, and shelter. Feeling unsafe makes us live in a state of fight-to-flight where the sympathetic nervous system is on overdrive. Runner's World Magazine published an article on May 9, 2021, in which 60% of women surveyed have been harassed while running.
This needs to end. Now. Everyone should have the freedom to run without fear. It's time to reclaim the run. Casey Parle...
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    In this episode, I have human performance specialist,  former colleague,  and good friend Brian Mackenzie. We revisit his days at Crossfit, first as CrossFit Endurance and then his books PowerSpeedEndurance, Unbreakable Runner and Unplugged. Brian and Co. then focused on shifting the paradigm in training and preparation for endurance events and then expanding the skill first message throughout the world of human performance. SHIFT ...

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