In this episode, Rebecca Pacheco, yoga teacher, author, and entrepreneur, discusses staying inspired and practicing presence.
In this episode, Sally Bergesen, founder and CEO of Oiselle, discusses the inspiration behind starting Oiselle, a women’s running and athletic apparel company, and explores topics in sports activism.
In this episode, Micah Risk, co-founder of Lighter, longtime vegan, and runner, explores how you can transform your food footprint. Micah recounts how she became vegan in her high school and became inspired to spread the word on animal activism to her North Carolina hometown.
In this episode, Greg Faxon, business coach and writer, explores how to unlock your core brilliance. Greg discusses the mental shift he has experienced from leaving the city to live in rural West Virginia on The Riverside Project, a 60-acre farm property that he and his partner, Emma Huvos, have cofounded. He reflects on life lessons learned from stepping back from elite Spartan racing due to injury.
“The little things are the big things. If you do the little things well, they will become the big things in the long run.” * In this episode, Greg Ux, wellness practitioner and creator of Deluxe Life, shares his athletic background from placing fourth in the NH state decathlon in his senior year of high school to studying athletic training, strength, and conditioning. Greg explains how his work as a wellness practitioner is beyond the limits of a personal trainer. He discusses the challenges he has faced in founding Deluxe Life, his health company, centered on fitness, well-being, and lifestyle. Greg reflects on the power of dreams, visions, and inspirations in the development of his personal wellness philosophy and business model. Lastly, Greg reveals exciting projects and events for Deluxe Life.
“When your passionate about something, you don’t look at it as something that is difficult, its just apart of your life.” *This podcast is part of the #ROORises Series: help spread the word about the Running On Om Podcast by telling someone!* In this episode, Bill Denton, co-founder of the vegan restaurant Seabirds Kitchen, business consultant, and former professional tennis and triathlete, shares the story of discovering athletics in his overweight youth. He reflects on how a plant based diet improved his training as a professional tennis player. Bill explains how a tennis injury lead him to discovering the restaurant business and triathlon. He offers advice for young entrepreneurs on starting their own plant based business. Bill discusses Seabirds Kitchen, the vegan restaurant he co-founded in Costa Mesa, CA. He provides his perspective on the future of the plant based movement. Lastly, Bill reflects on his running training now, including lessons learned from his recent LA Marathon.