Whether you’re an endurance athlete, a weekend warrior looking for adventure, or just starting out with lots of questions, you'll find Chasing Tomorrow to be informative, fun, and engaging. Hosts Joe and Dave will tackle contemporary topics such as health, nutrition, mind/body, lifestyle, community, and human performance. They will interview everyone from big-name athletes to regular people doing extraordinary things to bring you stories that delve into the science and spirit behind intriguing people doing extraordinary things and find out why they are chasing tomorrow.
Ep. #82 - A new entrant in athletic apparel shows how to do it
This week Dave and Joe, Chasing Tomorrow podcast co-show hosts, interview Terry White, founder, and CEO of Wolaco the makers of award-winning compression gear. Terry, an All-American lacrosse player from Harvard and a lifetime competitor tells his story of frustration with exercise clothing and the journey to making the first-ever sweatproof pocket in compression shorts. Terry is pushing at both ends with exercise and work and tells us all what it is like to start and scale a company and what he is planning to do in the years to come.
Ep. #81 - New Year 2022 Edition
This week Dave and Joe, Chasing Tomorrow podcast co-show hosts, bring you their New Year edition. They talk about all that was in 2021 and what they have planned for 2022. Along the way they explore life philosophy, lessons learned and they tell a few interesting stories that are bound to be of interest.
Ep. #80 - Shelby Farrell is Fearless and full of Smiles and Enthusiasm for Life and Running
Fearless and full of Smiles and Enthusiasm for Life and Running.
This week Dave and Joe, Chasing Tomorrow podcast co-show hosts, interview Shelby Farrell. Shelby is a new entrant to the ultra-running scene and already run the Cocodona 250, Javelina Jundred twice, a few big FKT's, recently a 74 mile out and back in Joshua Tree and many more races. Her adventurous and can do spirit is an inspiration to many and it feels like she has just begun her journey.
Ep. #79 - Nick Coury: Setting a new American 24-hour record takes work, A LOT of it!
This week Dave and Joe, Chasing Tomorrow podcast co-show hosts, interview Nick Coury, winner of the 24-hour Desert Solstice invitational race and new American record holder with an amazing distance of 173 miles. Nick is one of the key people who got the modern-day ultra-community into the "mainstream. Partnering with Jamil, his brother, in 2005 they formed Aravaipa running, and it served as a foundation for growing the ultra-running community. After five years with Aravaipa, Nick went back to the software world and focused on ultra-running and programming and got great at both and after many a great race, Nick put it all together on December 11th when he crushed it on the track at Desert Solstice.
Ep.# 78 - Overcoming Obstacles with Tommie Runz
This week Dave and Joe, Chasing Tomorrow podcast co-show hosts, interview Tommie Runz, runner, podcaster, and sober vegan athlete who had a hard start living on the streets of Detroit. He worked for years to overcome and become a role model for others to mimic. Tommie has taken his life to a new level with a 2:48 marathon result and the founding of an apparel company, the man is on-fire. He has truly discovered the importance of gratitude and compassion and we are all better for it.
Ep. #77 - From Incarceration to Inspiration
This week Dave and Joe, Chasing Tomorrow podcast co-show hosts, interview Jon Herzog of Yuma Arizona. A story of challenge and adversity, Jon's life has been from the lowest of lows to some very significant highs. Having started life in a troubled family Jon found himself in prison for five years and used running to get his life back together. He is now a pastor, husband, father, and 50-mile finisher (came in third place). His journey and story is an inspiration and a reminder that truly anything is possible.
Love the guests & topics
Every guest they’ve had has been interesting, cool people and I love hearing their stories. The hosts are great as well and I enjoy all the topics they’ve covered. I always look forward to the next episode!
Hi! I love listening to the interesting guests that are on the show. I look forward to finding out more of what makes them the best of endurance.
Big fan of Dave and his journey. However, I get weary of Joe inserting his story in most episodes. I mean, I understand wanting to relate with the guests, but it becomes too much. I want to hear about the guests.
I’ll continue to tune in, but may have to cut it short.
This show has already packed a punch with its first few guests! Great listens already and it’s clear that Joe and Dave have what it takes to put out an incredible podcast. Keep them coming guys!