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A master-class in personal and professional development, ultra-athlete, wellness evangelist and bestselling author Rich Roll delves deep with the world's brightest and most thought provoking thought leaders to educate, inspire and empower you to unleash your best, most authentic self. More at: https://richroll.com
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A master-class in personal and professional development, ultra-athlete, wellness evangelist and bestselling author Rich Roll delves deep with the world's brightest and most thought provoking thought leaders to educate, inspire and empower you to unleash your best, most authentic self. More at: https://richroll.com
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    Anthony Taylor: The Outdoors Evangelist On How Nature Heals

    Anthony Taylor: The Outdoors Evangelist On How Nature Heals

    Time in nature is powerful. It’s healing. It fosters community. Humanity’s connective tissue, it shows you who you are and what you’re capable of becoming.
    The outdoors has played a transformational role in my personal evolution. In almost every way I am a different, better human because I make copious use of the untouched natural spaces available to me—spaces I access freely and have long taken for granted.
    However, the uncomfortable truth is that outdoor parks (nature in general) are places where historically not everyone has been entirely welcome.
    This is a paradigm we must diligently work to dismantle.
    It’s also the spark that illuminates the work of Anthony Taylor—an extraordinary human who has spent his life advocating for greater participation and access to outdoor environments, and the second guest to appear in my continuing series of conversations from my week in Minneapolis.
    The former Commissioner for Minneapolis’ Parks & Open Spaces and current Senior Vice President of Equity, Outdoors & Nature for YMCA of the North, Anthony is—at 62 years old—the very model of anti-aging. A skier, paddler, accomplished ultra-cyclist and overall outdoors enthusiast, Anthony serves on the League of American Bicyclists Equity Advisory Board as well as the board of the National Brotherhood of Skiers. He is also the founder of the Major Taylor Bicycling Club of Minnesota and the co-founder of Cool Meets Cause, an outreach program that teaches girls from North Minneapolis to snowboard. And he served as the Adventure Director for the Loppet Foundation—a program that provides year-round outdoor activities for youth in Minneapolis.
    This is a conversation about the nature of outdoor recreation to empower, enliven, and inspire.
    It’s a walk through Anthony’s origin story. And it’s an exploration of his love of nature and his accomplishments as a cyclist and adventurer.
    But the focus of this exchange is placed on Anthony’s important work as an activist and youth educator.
    It’s a history lesson on race, class, privilege, and gender in the outdoors. And the many ways we can eradicate the invisible boundaries that exist in these spaces today.
    Certain transformative lessons can only be learned through adventure—lessons imperative to youth development and deeper connection to our own innate humanity.
    Put bluntly, outdoor sports and time spent in nature aren’t just recreation—they are human rights.
    I guarantee this conversation will positively impact you in ways you may not expect. My hope is that it will help foster ways you can advance greater outdoor inclusivity within your community along the way.
    To read more click here. You can also watch our exchange on YouTube. And as always, the podcast streams wild and free on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.
    Special thanks to talented Minneapolis local photographers/videographers Bennie Wilson and Jordan Lundell for portraits & an upcoming video we are working on.
    Anthony is the leader we all need now. And this conversation is definitely a fave.
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    Roll On: Notes From Minneapolis

    Roll On: Notes From Minneapolis

    This week we dive into the why behind my decision to visit Minneapolis and what I learned from the experience. Plus stories from the swimming vault and some epic show & tell before fielding a few running-centric listener questions.
    Welcome to another edition of ‘Roll On’, wherein myself and Adam Skolnick dissect matters of the day in a manner that is instructive and sometimes even entertaining.
    Aside from serving as my sidekick and hypeman, Adam Skolnick is an activist and journalist best known as David Goggins’ Can’t Hurt Me, co-author. He writes about adventure sports, environmental issues, and civil rights for outlets such as The New York Times, Outside, ESPN, BBC, and Men’s Health. He is the author of One Breath and is currently using the ‘new dad’ excuse to avoid working on his novel.
    Topics explored in today’s conversation include:
    The Envol Swimrun Battle & Running For Justice Virtual Run Challenge;an update on the Iron Cowboy’s ‘Conquer 100’ challenge;the intention behind Rich’s trip to Minneapolis & his experiences in the city;what it means to reimagine public safety to create a safer society;Rich’s partnership with Ten Thousand and the new ‘Distance Kit’; andthe future of lab-grown, ‘cultured’ meat. 
    In addition, we answer the following listener questions:
    How do you stay motivated in your endurance challenges?What advice can you offer first-time marathoners?How can you hone your nutrition for large endurance races?Thank you to Steven from Charleston, Casey from Illinois, and Asha & Savannah from British Colombia for your questions. If you want your query discussed, drop it on our Facebook Page, or better yet leave a voicemail at (424) 235-4626.
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    To read more and listen click here. You can also watch our exchange on YouTube. And as always, the podcast streams wild and free on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.
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    Connect With Adam: Website | Instagram | TwitterYouTube: Rich Roll Podcast Clips ChannelJames Lawernce: @ironcowboyjamesBook: Why We Sleep by Matthew WalkerNew York Times: Ten Months After G

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    Jeremiah Ellison: The Artist-Activist On Forging Real Change

    Jeremiah Ellison: The Artist-Activist On Forging Real Change

    This month, events in Minneapolis captured the world’s attention. The recent death of Daunte Wright and the conviction of Derek Chauvin sound a significant shift in the civil rights movement and the country at large.
    Today, artist, activist, and politician Jeremiah Ellison is here to help us make sense of this historic moment.
    As some of you may know, I spent the week of April 13th, 2021 (pre-Chauvin verdict) in a very tense Minneapolis. Motivating my visit was an intention to better understand the events and circumstances that brought the world’s focus upon this city—not from what I read online or saw streaming endlessly on cable news—but rather from a first-hand, experience-based perspective.
    In addition, my objective was to conduct meaningful, nuanced conversations with Minneapolis civic leaders who are grappling with the important issues that have recently dominated national news coverage. Issues that include police misconduct and public safety reform; the roots of civil unrest and the purpose of protest; and of course the role social activism has played in all of this.
    This conversation, the first in a series of Minneapolis-themed episodes that I will be releasing over the coming weeks, is one powerful result of that good faith inquiry.
    Representing Ward 5 on the Minneapolis City Council, Jeremiah sits at the vortex of the many complicated issues that concern his community, and from the start has been one of the leading and most prominent voices calling for the reimagination of public safety.
    On the one hand, Jeremiah is a very unlikely elected official. An artist at heart and painter by trade, he’s both a muralist and a comic book illustrator. He’s into Silver Surfer. And Batman.
    On the other hand, he is the son of former 6-term Congressman Keith Ellison. Currently Attorney General for the state of Minnesota, the Ellison elder was also in charge of the Chauvin prosecution. In other words, it’s fair to say that Jeremiah was born for the role he currently inhabits.
    My week in Minneapolis was extraordinary. There were so many experiences I will never forget. I learned much. I’m better for the trip. And my time with Jeremiah has much to do with that. I’m grateful that he took the time to share his truth and for his trust in my ability to share it.
    To read more click here. You can also watch our exchange on YouTube. And as always, the podcast streams wild and free on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.
    This is a powerful exchange. My only ask is that you welcome Jeremiah and his testimony with an open mind and an open heart.
    P.S. – Special thanks to talented Minneapolis local photographers/videographers Bennie Wilson and Jordan Lundell for portraits & an upcoming video we are working on.
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    Maggie Q Is A Badass

    Maggie Q Is A Badass

    Actress. Athlete. Activist. Entrepreneur. Fashion designer. Environmentalist & Plant-based icon.
    Maggie Q is the hero we all need.
    If you’re a fan of Mission Impossible, the Divergent films, Nikita, Live Free or Die Hard, Designated Survivor, and a slew of other films, then you’re already well-acquainted with this Hawaii native’s kick-ass, action screen presence.
    What you might not know is that she cut her thespian teeth in Hong Kong under the tutelage of martial arts master Jackie Chan. To this day, she’s known for performing all her own stunts.
    Off-screen Maggie is a passionate plant-based, animal rights activist and environmental activist. She’s a board member of Social Compassion in Legislation, a policy advocacy group fighting for animal welfare protection laws in California, such as the Cruelty-Free Cosmetics Act. And her work has been recognized and awarded by the City of Los Angeles, the State Senate of California, the California Assembly, PETA, Wild Aid, and many more organizations.
    In addition, Maggie is the creator of QEEP UP, an apparel brand made from entirely recycled and pre-consumer waste materials, and ActivatedYou a nutrition company and wellness resource that combines her passion for health with the expertise of podcast alum Dr. Frank Lipman (RRP #370), a renowned integrative medicine doctor.
    The question isn’t what can Maggie do — it’s what can’t she.
    Today, we walk through Maggie’s unique upbringing.
    We dissect her crazy career arc. Her work as an activist. And her passion for animals, human rights, and the ocean.
    She shares some epic Hollywood stories, including an epic, previously untold Tom Cruise yarn that gave me chills.
    We also discuss the importance of finding your cause. Fighting for it. And supporting others along their respective journeys.
    But more than anything, the lesson Maggie imparts today is the power of holding space for others—and why forgiveness is paramount to personal freedom.
    To read more click here. You can also watch our exchange on YouTube. And as always, the podcast streams wild and free on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.
    Maggie is someone who is committed to self-growth and someone who knows a thing or two about catalyzing internal and external change. Wise and funny, she’s an excellent conversationalist. She brought her German Shepard, Romeo. By the end, our conversation turned into a therapy session. And for reasons you will soon discover, everyone here at the studio basically fell in love with her.
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    Coaches' Corner: Working Out And Working In

    Coaches' Corner: Working Out And Working In

    Working out offers a healthy path towards self-actualization. But it can also be used to avoid ‘working in’, perpetuating denial of that which must be confronted.
    What’s the difference between the two? Ask Chris Hauth + Caroline Burckle and they’ll both agree: the answer is intention.
    Over the last few years, it’s been a tradition to host periodic performance fitness deep dives with my long-time coach, Olympian, former professional triathlete, and fellow endurance fanatic Chris Hauth in a series erstwhile referred to as Coach’s Corner. Unfortunately, the pandemic derailed the regularity of this institution, our last observance of this sacred ritual conducted exactly one year ago on Zoom.
    In apologetic atonement for this grievous oversight, today we restore balance to the Universe, graced with the presence of not one but two Olympians because Chris and myself are joined by Caroline Burckle—an audience favorite many of you will fondly recall from RRP #565 this past December.
    For those new to the show, Chris is a sub-9 hour Ironman champion, a former Olympic Swimmer, a veteran of many an ultra-endurance challenge, my ÖTILLÖ Swimrun World Championship teammate, and one of the world’s most respected endurance coaches.
    Caroline (Burks) is a former swimmer & Olympic medalist with 23 All American titles, 2 NCAA individual victories & NCAA Female Swimmer of the Year accolades to her name. She runs RISE, a mentor program that pairs Olympic athletes with young elite athletes for support and guidance.
    This is a super fun round table discussion on how to bring purpose and intention to our strength and endurance goals.
    It’s about how to create opportunities for personal growth, resilience, and the adaptability that athletic performance and this pandemic present and demand.
    It’s about the power of self-curated adventures in lieu of formal competition. It’s about what sport can teach us about patience, self-love, and discipline. And it’s about showing up and doing not only the physical work but also the internal work.
    In other words, it’s not just about working out. It’s also about working in.
    To read more click here. You can also watch our exchange on YouTube. And as always, the podcast streams wild and free on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.
    Chris & Caroline are two of my favorite people. But the combo is over the top. This union is so charmed, what was once dubbed Coach’s Corner is now rebranded as Coaches’ Corner.
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    Selema Masekela Is The Action Sports Evangelist

    Selema Masekela Is The Action Sports Evangelist

    How do you find life purpose? How do you challenge self-limiting beliefs about identity and potential? Before you can answer these questions, you must first find your tribe.
    Our instrument for this inward voyage is the voice and prophet of all things action sports, Selema Masekela.
    For the uninitiated, Selema cannot be defined as any one thing. He’s a badass surfer, snowboarder and skater. He’s a beloved television commentator and journalist, best known as the face and voice of ESPN’s X-Games, a show he hosted for thirteen years. He’s a filmmaker and Emmy-nominated producer who has collaborated with many a media outlet, including E!, NBC, ABC, NatGeo, RedBull Media and VICE. And he’s a social activist, passionate philanthropist and accomplished musician.
    But more than anything, Selema is a truly gifted storyteller. An extraordinary human with a truly unique and compelling backstory. And a relentlessly curious narrator of the human experience.
    Today we break bread. And let’s just say you’re in for a ride.
    This conversation recounts an extraordinary life well-lived.
    It’s about the confluence and influence of music, art, water, creativity, and storytelling.
    It’s about race and athletics. The progress many industries need to make to truly be accessible and equal to all. And how sport holds the power to break outdated paradigms.
    It’s also about giving voice to passion. Amplifying narratives less well told. And a love affair that spans a diversity of interests—from late night Birdland jazz session to dawn patrol barrels.
    But more than anything, this exchange is about carving out a life that aligns with your passion. It’s about community and the experiences shape who we become. And it’s about connection and the things that make us uniquely human.
    To read more click here. You can also watch our exchange on YouTube. And as always, the podcast streams wild and free on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.
    Warning: Selema’s story is one for the ages.
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as DJ ghjiii ,

Brilliant!!

My favorite podcast of all time!! Sportsperson or not, there is something here for everyone!! Just keeps getting better!!

MikeSinet ,

Fascinating! Something to learn from each conversation

I’ve been on a journey to listen to every single podcast in this series. Since my first experience listening to Rich Roll a few years ago, when I discovered how fascinating long-form interviews like this can be, it has been my regular companion.

Although I have been very privileged and not been exposed to some of the issues spoken about, I feel that listening to the conversations, to the stories of struggles and redemption, have helped me to become more empathetic, more understanding of the varied life-experiences and help me with my own life struggles. I can safely say that I learn something new and interesting from each conversation, which is itself a humbling and eye-opening realisation.

Hans667538 ,

Inspiration

Mindblowing Podcast! One of the best if not the best in my list. So many different topics, very inspiring and motivating. So glad there is content up like this! Thanks Rich.

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