Endurance Ladies Radio

Endurance Ladies Radio focuses 100% on women in endurance sports. Join us as we talk to women who challenge their limits and inspire us to be epic. Interviews include women in triathlon and endurance sports.

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episode 30: #30: Thanks, Ladies: Cycling Through History with Margaret Guroff


Scandalous elopements with bicycle instructors and doctors spreading rumors that riding a bicycle would make a woman’s uterus fall out - the history of the bicycle didn’t skip the drama. Every few generations, it seems that Americans...


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 21 April 2018  38m
 
 

#29: Nutrition Tips for the Endurance Racer with Stephanie Howe Violett


You can always trust the nutrition advice that you get from ultra runners like Stephanie Howe Violett. Anyone who runs 100 miles for the love of sport knows how to eat for success. In addition to running in the mountains for fun, Stephanie has a PhD...


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 28 January 2018  40m
 
 

episode 28: #28: The Road to Going Pro with Heidi Franz


Heidi Franz is one of the newest team members of the Rally Cycling pro team. While studying photography at Seattle University, Heidi got serious about riding her bike and won the Best Amateur classification at the 2017 Redlands Bicycle Classic as well...


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 05 November 2017  44m
 
 

#27: Why You Need to Lift Weights with Coach Jacques DeVore


How did Denise Mueller go about setting a world record by riding her bike 147.7mph? She went into the weight room with a plan. I sit down with expert USA Cycling Coach Jacques DeVore, who created Denise’s weight training plan, and we discuss his new...


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 08 July 2017  54m
 
 

#26: Join the Movement of Women Who Tri with Alicia DiFabio


Alicia DiFabio, mother of 4 girls, member of the nation's largest all-female triathlon club and writer with a doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology is the author of a new book titled Women Who Tri: A Reluctant Athlete's Journey Into the Heart of...


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 02 July 2017  36m
 
 

#25: What It's Like to Fear No Distance with Dani Grabol


Dani Grabol is back! One year after becoming the first woman to finish the EPIC5 (5 Ironman-distance triathlons in 5 days on 5 Hawaiian islands), Dani is back to talk to us about her new book Fear No Distance: A Journey to Life Without Limits. ...


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 25 June 2017  31m
 
 

#24: Skiing to a Gold Medal with Barbara Ann Cochran


Barbara Ann Cochran, 1972 gold medalist in slalom and former World Cup Alpine ski racer, takes us back to the 1960s and early 1970s when she was growing up as the second of four siblings of the famous “Skiing Cochrans” family. Growing up in...


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 17 June 2017  47m
 
 

#23: Running 100 Miles with Devon Yanko


As Devon Yanko puts it, "Step one to running 100 miles is becoming 100 percent comfortable with the uncomfortable realities of failure." With more than 30 marathons and 30 ultras since 2006, Devon knows the ups and downs of the sport better than...


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 07 May 2017  1h9m
 
 

BONUS: Learn How to Run Forever


You know that amazing 80-year-old woman you see on the triathlon course? We all want to be her. Today, we have a bonus episode to celebrate the April 4 release of "Runner’s World Train Smart Run Forever," a new book by Bill Pierce, Ed.D. and Scott...


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 04 April 2017  37m
 
 
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 02 April 2017  42m