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Aidan Roberts and Sam Prior host this climbing-themed podcast that kind of goes where it goes. Lots of tangents and rambles as well as hopefully thought provoking questions. Sometimes it's very focussed on climbing, sometimes climbing barely comes up. The guests tend to be elite level climbers, but we often willingly get lost in the weeds and end up wildly off-topic. If you're enjoying our podcast and would like to support it: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=70353823
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A podcast exploring classic writings as they relate to the modern martial artist. To sign up for new episode notifications and to receive the "Very Brief Introduction to Philosophy for Martial Artists" PDF go to: walkingtengu.wix.com/tengu and scroll to the bottom to enter your email.
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Take a profound and distant journey. Call it Deep Travel, Immersive Travel, Slow Travel, or Vagabonding. Francis Tapon guides you to the intersection of travel, technology, and transformation. The podcast will compel you to go beyond your comfort zone. Occasionally, you‘ll also delve into the misunderstood world of cryptocurrencies.
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1. Hammer strike Using your car keys is one of the easiest ways to defend yourself. Don’t use your fingernails, because you’re more at risk to injure your hands. 2. Groin kick If someone is coming at you from the front, a groin kick may deliver enough force to paralyze your attacker, making your escape possible. 3. Heel palm strike This move can cause damage to the nose or throat. To execute, get in front of your attacker as much as is possible. 4. Elbow strike If your attacker is in close r ...
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A podcast of fights and feels. A biweekly NXT review show for would-be wrestling fans who don't know where to start, and current wrestling fans who want to relive the magic of that first time. This podcast is unofficial and not associated or affiliated with World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. ("WWE") in any way.
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Wrestling With Altitude, the podcast that promotes all the great wrestling in the Colorado/Rocky Mountain Region & even other events and shows nearby! Enjoy having fun Wrestling With Altitude! Support the show at: www.prowrestlingtees.com/mister4throw Contact the show at: www.wrestlingwithaltitude.com https://www.facebook.com/wrestlingwithaltitude/ Twitter: @WrestleAltitude podcast@wrestlingwithaltitude.com Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/wrestlingaltitude/support
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This week we were excited to be joined by Emil Abrahamsson! You probably know Emil from his exploits on YouTube, his sends of hard rock climbs and perhaps from his competition days as well. He's an accomplished climber both inside and outside but he's also a really lovely and super psyched guy with a nice optimistic take on lots of things around cl…
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Glen Van Peski is a civil engineer who used his skills to engineer the lightest backpacking gear in the Solar System. Glen is the founder of Gossamer Gear. Today, Glen releases his new book, Take Less, Do More: Surprising Life Lessons in Generosity, Gratitude, and Curiosity from an Ultralight Backpacker. Sign up for his Virtual Launch Party on Apri…
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Michael Zervos shares the countries he worries he may be unable to visit. He also says what he will do if he runs out of time. As of April 12, he's 20% done with his quest. He wrote to me, "I am going to be in Zambia the next two nights and then in Malawi with the night bus the next day after from Harare (in theory)." You can watch this 3-min inter…
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It's a good episode for the Aidan fans this week as Aidan has sent his projects and has learnt a great deal in the process. Perfect time to stick a microphone in front of the chap and press go. Hope you enjoy! If you're enjoying the podcast and would like to support us please check out our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=70353823 Suppo…
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Michael Zervos's attempt to set a speed record to travel to every country began with a stumble in Russia. Watch the interview on YouTube! Check out all my interviews with Michael. On 4/4/24, he wrote to me: "Maputo has a lot of bribing but I never felt in danger. It was just pathetic at a point. The cops not even bothering to make infractions up so…
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It was great to be joined by Bernd Zangerl this week! A true legend of bouldering he's been involved in the development of loads of classic areas like Ticino and Magic Wood and has been climbing elite level boulders for over twenty years. In more recent times Bernd has been pouring everything he has learned into the development of Rakchham in the I…
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What can one learn from a video instructional from a classical Japanese martial art? I think quite a bit, though it may not immediately be obvious. There are two ideas from the latest OHIR instructional that I think can be applied to any martial art. A lesson on initiative and a lesson on chaining techniques within the tempo of an encounter. Ono-ha…
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Michael Zervos is trying to visit every country faster than anyone else while recounting the happiest moments in people's lives. In this interview series, we talk about his Project Kosmos. Periodically throughout 2024 and 2025, I will interview Michael Zervos about his 1.5-year quest to travel to all the nations in the world faster than anyone else…
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Something very different for you all this week. Nettie & Dave a.k.a The Climbing Backpackers are on an adventure climbing across Asia. They might be on their dream climbing trip but they're also setting out to prove that just because you don't have a huge chunk of savings that doesn't preclude you from living an adventurous lifestyle. To prove the …
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Xavier Garneau shares why he walked 10% of the journey. He also explains why he drank the local water and didn't take malaria pills. He also has advice for those who want to follow in his footsteps. Watch the 4th and final episode on YouTube! More info To leave an anonymous voicemail that I could use on the podcast, go to SpeakPipe.com/FTapon You c…
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Simon Lorenzi on the pod this week! Simon is the first man to have climbed 3 9A boulders with Soudain seul, Alphane and Burden of Dreams. He's also a mainstay on the world cup circuit and has made finals on more than one occasion. Despite being one of the best boulderers in the world Simon is slightly more under the radar than most of his peers and…
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Garneau tells us that when he lost his temper, a DRC immigration official was put in a headlock! Watch the video of this episode! This is part 3 of a 4-part series. See photos and read his epic report on this insane trip. More info To leave an anonymous voicemail that I could use on the podcast, go to SpeakPipe.com/FTapon You can post comments, ask…
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The renowned coach and climber David Mason is back this week! This time we nerd out about some training ideas, talk about how he is mentally dealing with a recent serious knee injury and we ponder how much of climber's finger strength is really within their control at all. There's some interesting topics of conversation in there to wonder about! If…
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Garneau explains the most innovative thing he did, which got him through countless hassles in the DRC. This is part 2 of a 4-part series. Watch this episode on YouTube! In this episode, learn why Garneau did his trek and how he accidentally traversed through an area while a genocide was in progress. Read his epic report on this insane trip. More in…
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Neil is one of the original performance coaches in rock climbing, known for his elite level trad ascents as well as his efforts to demystify the obscure and hazy world of climbing training and his ability to deliver it in a way that makes sense. We chatted about a wide range of topics from social media, the online trad climbing mob, the stresses of…
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Many travelers brag that they are "adventurous" because they bag a famous peak, visit Vietnam, or eat escargot. Although I celebrate anyone who pushes their travel limits, let's calibrate our definition of adventurous. My definition of an adventurous traveler is Francois Xavier Paradis-Garneau. He's a 23-year-old intrepid Canadian who got the BBC's…
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Noah jumps on the pod this week! He's recently repeated some of the hardest test pieces the US has to offer and in relatively quick time whilst sporting at least 5 or 6 taped tips! We chatted a bunch about Sleepwalker and Defying Gravity, how the style in which he climbs lends itself well to flashing hard boulders, his training, how his meteoric ri…
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Brad Graff & Sam Sliman share advice on the Drakensberg Traverse in South Africa. We discuss some worthy backpacking trips for 2024 and beyond. 00:00 Drakensberg Traverse Advice 06:40 Candidates for the next trek The Most Extreme Backpacking, the Julian Alps in Slovenia More info To leave an anonymous voicemail that I could use on the podcast, go t…
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Oh yes, it's a grades pod. Aidan's least favourite subject, and it's hardly in Sam's top 10 either. We end up having a bunch of discussions relating to grades, getting a history lesson from Aidan for first of the grades (possibly all wrong) and we give some recommendations for climbs at each grade bracket... Or at least some that came to mind witho…
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Brad Graff & Sam Sliman return to the WanderLearn Show to report how their 5-day adventure on South Africa's Drakensberg Traverse went. The short answer: it was a wet, sloppy, cold mess! Watch the Video to get the long answer! More info To leave an anonymous voicemail that I could use on the podcast, go to SpeakPipe.com/FTapon You can post comments…
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It was a treat to have living legend Ben Moon on the pod this week. A lot of ground covered in an absolutely whistle-stop tour of Ben's career and replete with a fine selection of totally random tangents and rambles. Bailing from O levels because of too much physics, dossing in a cave, the birth of sport climbing, training and board climbing, how c…
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Gary Arndt explains why the Lightning Network may not be the panacea to Bitcoin's throughput issue. Watch this interview on YouTube! Gary Arndt is the host of the fabulous Everything Everywhere Daily Podcast. Listen to my previous episodes with Gary Arndt: How to Become an A-List Travel Blogger Living Among the Riots in Minneapolis Random Facts Abo…
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A follow-along survey for the role of climbing in our lives: Sam and Aidan are joined by Mimi White a climber and psychologist as she collects data and runs us through her recently published survey (now closed). Complex and thought provoking, we both had to really think hard to answer these and it really got us pondering as we tried to cobble toget…
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Gary Arndt predicts that we'll get two candidates that nobody wants. Watch it on YouTube! Gary Arndt is the host of the fabulous Everything Everywhere Daily Podcast. Listen to my previous episodes with Gary Arndt: How to Become an A-List Travel Blogger Living Among the Riots in Minneapolis Random Facts About Everything That Take You Everywhere Riot…
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We're joined by the man Alex Megos described as the strongest on the world cup circuit! We had a great evening chatting with Yannick about rocks, comps and training. Give it a listen to hear some brilliantly quotable lines from one of the strongest climbers on the planet. Our personal favourite was 'bouldering is not a physical sport'. Top guy and …
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Gary Arndt reflects on how to solve the world's most challenging wars. Watch the interview on YouTube! Gary Arndt is the host of the fabulous Everything Everywhere Daily Podcast. Listen to my previous episodes with Gary Arndt: How to Become an A-List Travel Blogger Living Among the Riots in Minneapolis Random Facts About Everything That Take You Ev…
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Something different this week! Toby Segar from Storror joins us to chat all things parkour and how they can all be related back to climbing. Toby is a big star in the Parkour world but has also been taking part in a lot of climbing recently as well! Storror is an incredibly successful YouTube channel with nearly 10 million subscribers so Toby knows…
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Gary Arndt explains why it's unlikely that China will invade Taiwan. Watch this on YouTube! Gary Arndt is the host of the fabulous Everything Everywhere Daily Podcast. Listen to my previous episodes with Gary Arndt: How to Become an A-List Travel Blogger Living Among the Riots in Minneapolis Random Facts About Everything That Take You Everywhere Ri…
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Matthew Phillips joins us this week! He's only young but he's already had a sparkling career in the sport. A world champion, but also an incredibly humble and laid back guy who's now getting more involved with the routesetting and coaching side of the sport. His pragmatism and fearlessness in the face of challenges is infectious and we really enjoy…
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Gary Arndt reflects on the Russo-Ukrainian War so far. Watch the interview on YouTube! Gary Arndt is the host of the fabulous Everything Everywhere Daily Podcast. Listen to my previous episodes with Gary Arndt: How to Become an A-List Travel Blogger Living Among the Riots in Minneapolis Random Facts About Everything That Take You Everywhere Riots i…
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Alex joins us this week! One of the UKs most experienced and best known setters as well as one of the brains behind Hardwood Holds, Alex has been on the UK scene for a really long time and he's an absolute font of knowledge when it comes to all things routesetting and holds (as well as I'm sure a many great other things but we weren't talking about…
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Gary Arndt shares his insights and dirty details about why he left travel blogging and how podcasting is different. Watch it on YouTube! Gary Arndt is the host of the fabulous Everything Everywhere Daily Podcast. Listen to my previous episodes with Gary Arndt: How to Become an A-List Travel Blogger Living Among the Riots in Minneapolis Random Facts…
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In my Annual Prediction Show, I review last year's predictions before making my new predictions. Watch my 2024 Predictions on YouTube Let's go: 1. Trump loses the nomination Yes, this prediction is almost as crazy as saying in 2015 that Donald Trump would be the next US President. Few believed that back then, and everyone assumes he will be the nom…
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Happy New year everyone! Just Aidan and I back this week with some updates and some chat before we dive back into the guests again from next week! Aidan ponders finding the fun in projecting and Sam gives the story of his first 8C boulder. If you're enjoying the podcast and would like to support us: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=70353823 Support t…
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Surprisingly, I rarely fly. I prefer overland travel, which contributes fewer greenhouse gases than planes. I've never sat next to a baby, but I pity those who have, including the parents. Send this Public Service Announcement (PSA) for the travel holidays to anyone who plans to fly with a baby. Flying with a Tiny Tornado: A Survival Guide for Pare…
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Yo ho ho!... Wait that's pirates... Ho ho ho Merry Christmas everyone! Aidan and Sam team up to shambolically attempt to give the 12 recommendations of Christmas. All pretty chaotic but we hope some of you have a journey home to kill or want to stave off the boredom of having to listen to your family for a few minutes! We're having a week off next …
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Many believe Africa is teeming with wildlife. Others believe seeing gorillas and other wildlife must be cheap because Africans have a low income. Both of these ideas are myths. In eight minutes, I answer a Patron's question about seeing mountain gorillas in Rwanda. I mention Uganda. Watch the Video on YouTube The cost estimates mentioned in the vid…
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A big guest for us this week, Shauna Coxsey joins us for a chat. We cover a lot of ground from her competition days, her injuries, working with the IFSC and climbing post motherhood. Give it a listen, there's a lot in there! If you're enjoying the podcast and would like to support us: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=70353823 Support the show…
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Travel Tribe X Podcast Host Jordan Chmiel has tried hammocks & tents. He explains why he loves hammocks! We also dive into the SCUBA world. We end with current world hot spots. 00:00 Hammocks vs. Tents 05:15 Next Adventure 07:45 SCUBA Diving 14:30 Ukraine & North Korea More info To leave an anonymous voicemail that I could use on the podcast, go to…
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Today we look at the first book from the "Secrets of Itto-ryu" by Sasamori Junzo and translated by Mark Hague. Ono-ha Itto-ryu is closely linked with Kendo and was one of the two styles of swordsmanship personally patronized by the Tokugawa Shogunate. In this text we learn some lessons from the life and mistakes of the founder of the Itto-ryu, Ito …
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Pull out your humanoid catalogs and put your flaps on a map, it’s time for the season (maybe series?!) finale of Our Strange Skies. On this episode Nicole and Noëlle from The Quite Unusual Podcast stop by to talk about the landmark publication, The Humanoids. With the even longer subtitle of “a survey of World-Wide reports of landings of unconventi…
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A fantastic story, and one the climbing community would do well to learn from. James Pearson joins us this week to tell us about how he tried to push trad climbing, and how severe a community kickback can be even over something as trivial as slightly inflated grading. We hear about what James learnt from the experience, and how he improved himself …
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Travel Tribe X Podcast Host Jordan Chmiel shares a hilarious true story when he acted like the two idiots in the final scene of the "Dumb and Dumber" comedy. Watch that scene & the whole episode on YouTube! Subscribe to the Travel Tribe X Podcast on any podcast app, including Apple Podcasts and Spotify #southkorea #travel #livingabroad More info To…
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Very exciting episode for your listening pleasure this week as Alex and Billy, two previous guests, return to talk us through their fantastic adventure in Yosemite. Not many people believed two retired comp climbers who've barely done a multi-pitch between them could wander over to Yosemite and free climb a thing that has still to this day only see…
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Travel Tribe X Podcast Host Jordan Chmiel exposes his secrets on finding the courage to live in South Korea when he hardly knew where it was. Watch it on YouTube! 00:00 Intro 01:00 1st lesson 08:00 2nd lesson 09:00 South Korea Subscribe to the Travel Tribe X Podcast on any podcast app, including Apple Podcasts and Spotify #southkorea #travel #livin…
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Taylor joined us this week for a typically wide ranging conversation. We joke a bit about Taylor being 'tall not strong' but it's all in an ironic way, he's clearly a beast! Lots of stuff on the agenda, first ascenting, climbing in the south east, living in a school bus in a commune, all standard fare. Taylor is a super humble guy and it was great …
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Nejc Trušnovec is a War Analyst who is closely following the Ukraine War. I've interviewed him three times on the WanderLearn Show. Watch it on YouTube! November 2023 Interview Nejc reflects on how his 7/7/2022 Ukraine War predictions fared. He also shares his 2024 predictions for the Russo-Ukrainian conflict. Lastly, we end by talking about how th…
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We were thrilled to have Ollie Torr this week. The guy really knows his stuff when it comes to coaching climbing. As well as being a strong climber himself, the people he coaches have enjoyed massive success. We got him talking about all kinds of stuff, and some of it might just be useful! If you're enjoying this podcast and would like to support u…
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Podcast Swap! Francis Tapon appeared on the Travel Tribe X Podcast and we're re-airing the episode on the WanderLearn Podcast feed! Enjoy this one-hour interview, where Jordan Chmiel Twardowski interviews Francis Tapon. Subscribe to the Travel Tribe X Podcast on any podcast app, including Apple Podcasts and Spotify! Or search for Travel Tribe X on …
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