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Best Boulder podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Boulder podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Training and performance podcasts by Eric Hörst, the internationally renowned author, researcher, climbing coach, and climber of 40 years. Monthly podcasts detail the latest training techniques to improve strength, power, endurance, as well as mental and technical skills. With his unique combination of veteran experience and knowledge of the cutting-edge research, Eric presents practical, effective guidelines to climb harder, reduce injury risk, and maximize the experience of moving over sto ...
 
Welcome to the Canine Conversations Podcast: where we’re positively obsessed with behavior. Join certified dog trainers as we discuss case studies, explore training concepts, and interview experts in the field of behavior. The hosts of this show include Marissa Martino, owner of Paws and Reward Dog Training in Boulder, CO, Ursa Acree, a co-owner of Canis Major Dog Training in Denver, CO, and lastly, Kayla Fratt, the owner of Journey Dog Training, a remote, online business. Canineconvos.com
 
Turnpikers is a podcast that focuses on the expanding tech scene in Colorado – specifically Denver and Boulder. Turnpikers convenes the personalities that make up the Denver/Boulder technology communities and brings people together to talk about product, people, and trends.
 
Join host Kevin Riley for in-depth interviews with the pillars of the rock-climbing community. We’ll be speaking with athletes, writers and photographers, industry VIPS, and, of course, the Climbing editorial staff to discuss breaking news and the pressing issues of the day. Whether you’re an elite alpinist, a recreational sport climber, a die-hard trad climber, or a vFun boulderer—this podcast is for you.
 
Exploring the future of technology and humanity. Do you ever feel that no-one is having the conversations that matter? The conversations about where we're headed as a planet and as a species? conversations with a global perspective rooted in secular humanism? Evolving Earth is a podcast about our collective future, and how we can create a world where everybody wins. Evolving Earth explores futurism, social impact entrepreneurship, humanism, environmentalism, trauma healing, art, environmenta ...
 
A look into the lesser known murders and true crime of Colorado. Learn about dark tales from Colorado and the murderous history of the Mile High City. Contact the host at: coloredredpodcast@gmail.com and find the show on Facebook or Instagram @coloredredpodcast to see photos associated with each case.
 
The Rocky Mountain Internet Users Group (RMIUG) is a Boulder, Colorado based technology group that explores all facets of the Internet including Social Media, Marketing, and Mobile Computing. Founded in 1994, RMIUG boasts over 13,000 members in the Rocky Mountain region. This podcast is a recording of the bi-monthly meetings held at the National Center for Atmospheric Research in South Boulder. Each meeting a speaker is brought to present a specific topic. The result is a lively and topical ...
 
Range & Slope is an audio journey through Colorado. It is a show best listened to on headphones on a snow-capped mountain peak, a wide-open prairie, or a dust-painted mesa. We represent Colorado brilliantly in sound, telling stories that shine a light on Colorado life. Each episode opens and closes with an intriguing soundprint from somewhere in the state. Episodes also feature an audio story creatively produced by one of the devoted audio storytellers who make up The Range and Slope Collect ...
 
Resound exists to unify the Church, wake a generation, & amplify the heart of God through worship, prayer, & the arts. This podcast features talks recorded at the annual Resound Conference in Boulder, CO and interviews with a wide spectrum of worship leaders & speakers intended to equip and inspire worshippers & creatives. Listen along if you're a fan of worship leaders such as Kim Walker-Smith, United Pursuit Band, Ascend the Hill, Gungor, Anthony Skinner, Laura Woodley Osman, Laura Hackett ...
 
The Customer Reference Knowledge Sharing (CRKSN) show is a collection online interviews for marketing professionals who work on customer references, customer evidence, customer testimonials. Share your ideas, ask questions, and network with other marketers. Look for us on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter. Contact ericl@projectlineinc.com or NEW Co-DJ Lisa Hoesel on lhoesel@references-online.com to inquire about being a guest!
 
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Bedrooms Are for People organizers Nick Grossman and Chelsea Castellano are part of one of several ballot initiatives that had attempted to get their measure onto the ballot this November. However, after incorrect guidance from Boulder officials gave them the wrong deadline for gathering petition signatures, City Attorney Tom Carr recommended that …
 
We have two guests for Episode #75. Arian Lewis is the founder and CEO of Kiln, a co-working space launched in Utah in 2018. Allison Kloek is the Director of Kiln’s newest location, coming to 21st and Pearl Street in Boulder and scheduled to open this fall. We talk about why they chose Boulder, the future of the workspace and the challenges and opp…
 
What's the future got in store for architecture? A return to tried and true organic construction methods like adobe or rammed earth? Buildings that are as alive as human bodies? Something in between? How do we create more beautiful and livable spaces while also making the built environment carbon-negative? This week's guest is Dr. Wil Srubar, Assis…
 
On this News Underground interview, CU Mycology Postdoctoral Researcher Arthur Grupe discusses nosema, a fungal pathogen affecting bees, and how little is known about its relationship with native bees. Grupe also discusses nosema's history, how nosema's impact has been felt by humans, and how listeners can help these native bees.Originally recorded…
 
We know that minority populations bear an unequal burden when it comes to climate change. And yes, Black Americans are concerned about the climate crisis, but they don’t see the environment as a top-tier issue. So, what can advocates and policymakers do to make climate change more relevant to Black communities and ensure their inclusion in a clean …
 
Tyson Schoene has been the head coach of the Vertical World Climbing Team in Seattle, WA for nearly 20 years, and has shaped some of the best climbers in the world including Drew Ruana, Sean Bailey, and Quinn Mason. We talked about Tyson’s path to coaching, how he and his team build world-class athletes, the value of competition, climbing team as a…
 
Ever since we began talking about Winning in the Kitchen two years ago you all have been asking for us to create a cookbook and we thought that was a great idea. But since adding Lacey Rivette, a Registered Dietitian, to the FasCat team we began to brainstorm and realized we could come up with something even better. Enter FasCat Meal Plans! These p…
 
Many indigenous communities see the climate crisis as another form of colonialism. First World countries have colonized the atmosphere with their greenhouse gas emissions. And there is a risk that carbon removal infrastructure reinforces business-as-usual. So, what is the best approach to decolonizing the atmosphere? How can we tackle climate chang…
 
Join Marissa, Ursa, and Kayla as they discuss dog training myths including:- Comforting a scared dog teaches the dog to be scared- A single dog training class is all the obedience/training your dog needs- Feeding your dog human food teaches them to beg- Shock collars don’t hurtMarissa also had a special announcement: she is leaving the podcast to s…
 
Carbon dioxide levels are double what they were prior the Industrial Revolution. And we know that reducing emissions is simply not going to be enough to avoid widespread ecological collapse. We need strategies for removing CO2 from the atmosphere at scale. So, what if green sand beaches could provide a promising solution to climate change that is n…
 
Blake Cason is a mindfulness and work/life balance coach, and the founder of Pivot Wellness. We talked about bringing awareness to our relationship with climbing, practicing radical honesty, ways of strengthening the mindfulness muscle, cycling priorities, and ways that both Blake and I have struggled to find balance between work and climbing. Show…
 
As we continue to navigate the weirdest cycling season in history, one of the greatest training tools out there, the group ride, has also been affected. With social distancing rules, group rides are generally a no-go in today’s climate. So how can we mimic the huge benefits of smashing it with your friends on your weekly group ride? Frank and the t…
 
It’s that time of the year to think about upgrading the cycling quiver. But where best to put your money? We are asked constantly about different pieces of gear, what’s the best bang for your buck, what kind of cycling computer to buy, which tires to use for X race, etc. With the cycling season in full swing, we decided to stop by Excel Sports, our…
 
Have you ever wondered what happens to your clothes after you drop them off at Goodwill? Or where your electronics go once you’ve left them at the recycling center? Yes, some of our excess is exported to emerging markets around the world and either resold or harvested for parts. Is that cool? And what can we do to shop in a way that reduces our env…
 
Audrey Sniezek is a software engineer for Microsoft and a former professional climber. We talked about her beginnings in both computer science and climbing, becoming a morning person, her 4 a.m. warmup routine, starting a climbing gym near the Red River Gorge, coaching in China, self-talk for confidence, and her most recent 5.14a. Show Notes: http:…
 
Brawls, riots, shootings and other drunken buffoonery are only a small part of this once large and bustling town of the Rocky Mountains. Victor, CO once boasted over 15 saloons and theaters and was home to around 20,000 people in its prime. The town and surrounding mountains are still dotted with hundreds of old mines, some of which you can see and…
 
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