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August 05, 2018

Episode 58: Randy Leavitt

Randy Leavitt
Randy Leavitt comes on the Paleo Treats podcast to talk about the pursuit of excellence, delayed gratification, and what he's psyched on outside of climbing. View full article →
July 24, 2018

Episode 57: Gregory Crouch and The Bonanza King

Author Gregory Crouch, The Bonanza KingMy good friend and author Greg Crouch comes back on the Paleo Treats podcast to discuss the story of John Mackay, one of the four Bonanza Kings who ran the massively profitable Con. Virginia mine on the Comstock Lode. View full article →
June 18, 2018

Episode 55: The Boys From BUBS Naturals

TJ and Sean from BUBS Naturals
You may have heard how BUBS Naturals came into existence, but the story behind the two owners and how they got to the point where they could launch BUBS is what this podcast is all about.  Entrepreneurs and wild-hearted folks, eat your heart out! View full article →
February 05, 2018

Episode 53: John Gierach, Fly Fishing & Writing

John Gierach
This podcast interview with John Gierach explores his life as a fly fisherman and author, touching upon the pursuit of excellence, what advice he won't give to anyone, and what some of his most exciting moments in fishing were. View full article →
January 15, 2018

Episode 52: Nik Hawks

Land of Nik, podcasty
This episode contains about a week's worth of my "driving around town" ideas; you know, the ones you get when you're barreling down the highway and are listening to a podcast or just spending time in your own brain box?  Step for a minute (actually around 30) into my head and see what's going on under the semi-wild coiffure.  Enjoy! View full article →
December 21, 2017
June 12, 2017

Episode 50: Dr. Amy Kruse & Neuroscience

Dr Amy Kruse, podcast interview about neuroscience
What happened to those straight-A nerds in high school?  They grew up and dove into figuring out how the world works.  Listen in to this conversation with one of them, Dr. Amy Kruse, who coined the terms "Accelerated Learning" and "Applied Neuroscience." View full article →
January 08, 2017

Episode 49: Chahan Yeretzian, Coffee Chemist

Chahan Yeretzian, coffee chemistLet's dive deep into coffee!  Apparently most of the (admittedly limited) information I had was wrong, especially on freshness.  Here's Chahan Yeretzian, a professional coffee chemist, on coffee quality, advice to students, and how his coffee is made for him 6-8 times per day.  Enjoy! View full article →
August 10, 2016

Episode 48: Bob Gannon, World Flying Adventure

Bob Gannon on the Paleo Treats Podcast
Ready to listen to the embodiment of curiosity?
  Bob flew around the world two and a half times in a plane about the size of a Ford F-250.  He’s visited a few hundred countries and the “accomplished” side of his bucket list reads like a compilation of any 5 normal people. View full article →
July 16, 2016

Episode 47: Brad Barlage

Brad BarlageA superb climber (redpointed 5.14), a real adventurer (kite skiing Baffin Island with Andrew McClean), a dog lover, and the kind of dude who is willing to build his life based on the "do the right thing always" mantra that marks so many of my mentors. View full article →
June 30, 2016

Episode 46: Gavin McClurg and Adventuring Excellence

Gavin McClurg, paragliderHey, I thought paragliding was boring too.  Boy was I wrong!  If you're into adventuring, whether it's kayaking, sailing, kite surfing, or paragliding, you'll probably dig Gavin McClurg's take on the world.  
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March 30, 2016

Episode 45: The Anderson Brothers on Training for Rock Climbing

In this episode of the Paleo Treats podcast we talk about where the Anderson brothers learned about hard work, why climbing satisfies so many human cravings, and what stops most climbers from becoming better. View full article →
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