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A podcast where I chat with fellow WTf (Women/trans/femme) athletes who are kicking ass and smiling through defeat and victory in their sport. My hope is that this podcast will encourage you to stray outside your comfort zone, to think about the world differently, and to accept people for who they are. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/grinandgrindit/support
 
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I had the opportunity to speak with my teammate and friend, Brittney, who's been commuting to work for the past six years. We talk about all (okay, most) things bike commuting like: -tips for commuting for the first time -bike theft -hybrid vs road bikes -commuting in rain and light snow -gear for commuting -Brittney's favorite day of the year: Bik…
 
Dawn is a Cat 4 cyclist in Colorado and Team Director of Revolution Women's Cycling. In this episode, we chat about her beginnings in bike racing and where she's at now. We discuss what it's like to put on a bike race as her team hosts the Denver Federal Center Crit in May and the Colorado Classic coming in August. Dawn is an inspiring cyclist and …
 
Right now we’re setting our 2019 goals or we’re creating fucket lists. Motivation is high at the beginning of the new year but where will you be in June? Will you have reached your goals, halfway to it, or gave up? I give you 5 tips to keep you intrinsically motivated in this week’s podcast: Focus on improving performance Ask yourself “why you race…
 
Welcome to episode 8. My guest is Meredith Miller, an ex-road and cyclocross racing "pro." I met Meredith during a Rapha club ride and I had no idea who I had the pleasure of riding with in the brutal Boulder winds. She raced for numerous teams and I learned a lot about professional bike racing during our conversation and I'm not so sure how bad I …
 
There’s no bad weather, just bad clothes. That’s what Katie Macarelli would say. Katie is a local Colorado hero in the cycling world and I spoke to her on today’s podcast episode. She was one of my inspirations to start commuting to work. I remember seeing the pictures she’d post on Instagram of her gear or being positioned on the bike, snow on the…
 
Heidi loves empowering and educating her clients, and walking with them as they chase and achieve their goals. She believes in, and practices, a whole food approach to nutrition. “Regardless of what eating lifestyle you prescribe to, the majority of your food should be whole, unprocessed, foods. Food is medicine. Each person is different, and there…
 
In Episode 5, I interviewed an old teammate, Ash Hall about their favorite kind of bike racing - alley cats. We learn why some people are given tables at checkpoints and how urban races are way more gender inclusive than any other race right now, like incorporating a WTf category. We also chatted about their experience racing under USAC/BRAC, havin…
 
I sit down with Anna, a Cat 2 cyclist in Boulder, Colorado who's not just a friend, but my competition. She's humble, encouraging, and is a self-coached athlete. We chat about her moving from Russia to Colorado when she was 10, how she got into cycling, what her training consists of, and her favorite failure.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor…
 
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