"If you think you can or you can't, you're right." - Henry Ford


June 5, 2023

95 Pat Spencer, LCSW - Getting Your Mind in Gear

You’re not strong enough, fast enough, skinny enough, you’ll be last, don’t bother…Ugh. This is the crap we would NEVER say to our closest friends and, yet, for most of us, it’s the hideous soundtrack of our lives. Today's guest …

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May 8, 2023

94 Shannon O'Grady, Ph.D. - COO and Chief Product Officer at Gnarly N…

Being a female in a male dominant space may be rare, but Shannon O'Grady handles it like a boss because, as COO and Chief Product Officer at , she IS one of the bosses. As CPO, it is her science …

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April 24, 2023

93 Annie Davis - It's Never Too Late to Be a Rockstar

If you have ever dreamed of being a rock-n-roll star, this episode is gonna light you up. Annie Davis decided, in her mid-40s, that she wanted to become a musician. So, in the middle of the pandemic, she began taking …

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April 17, 2023

92 Vimazi Shoes - Getting "In Tune" with All Runners

If you think you could never come up with a different concept for running shoes, well then let me introduce you to the minds behind the latest shoe on the walls of local retailers. Vimazi is the first-ever pace-tuned shoe, …

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April 3, 2023

91 Adina O'Neill - Swimming Through Ice...For Fun?!

Adina O'Neill is a fitness coach and motivator. This former accountant and teacher found her passion in endurance sports and coaching when she realized that so many were coming to her for advice and inspiration. Team B-REAL, is a roster …

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March 20, 2023

90 Ginna Hoben - This Actor, Writer, and Director is Making Good on H…

was born to be a performer. Ginna and I went to high school together and bonded over the very cool subculture of musical theater. Of course, she gracefully danced her way through Oklahoma while I stood in the background as …

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Feb. 27, 2023

89 Hugh Gaither - Founder of Feetures Performance Socks

Hugh Gaither, founder and former CEO of the sock brand, Feetures shares his origin story of growing up in the hosiery business to making the transition to one of the most recognizable sock companies in the athletic space. What...

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Dec. 5, 2022

88 Team Adorkable - Trista Mennen and Amy Bush Take the Plunge into t…

This episode is so much fun! How can it not be when you’re interviewing the partners of “Team Adorkable” — the zany Swimrun duo of Amy Bush and Trista Mennen?! I’ve known Amy for a long time and she’s always …

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Nov. 21, 2022

87 Lisa Diamond - Surviving a Stroke at Age 48

On June 15th, one of my longest and dearest friends, Lisa Diamond, suffered a stroke at age 48. No warning signs, no acute trauma, not even a hint that this would happen when it did. Today, for the first time, …

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Nov. 7, 2022

86 Raymond "The Noodnick" - Mastering Lucid Living

Well, if there was ever an “I Could Never,” this one might be it. My guest today, Raymond (@the Noodnick) is a master of what is known as artistic calisthenics - which is basically some crazy combination of pure strength, …

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Oct. 24, 2022

85 Women Who FKT - Calling Women in to Claim Space on the Trail

FKT - It’s an acronym that stands for “Fastest Known Time” and if you’re completely unfamiliar with this concept, there is an official website, , where you’ll find hundreds, if not thousands, of routes around the world where people have...

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Oct. 10, 2022

84 Robine Bots of Harmony Farm Sanctuary - Choose Compassion

As Robine Bots says, "she may have lost her mind, but she found her soul." Robine is the founder of , a little slice of heaven for humans and animals nestled on about 10 acres of land between Bend and …

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Sept. 26, 2022

83 Coach Matt Whitcomb - Develop an Olympic Medal Mindset

Matt Whitcomb is the head coach for the US Cross Country Ski Team, where he’s coached at the past three Winter Olympic games. Even if you don’t know much about competitive cross-country skiing, you understand the value of a good …

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Sept. 12, 2022

82 Deanna McCurdy - Giving Her Angel the Wings to Fly

Here are just a few athletic accomplishments from today's guest Deanna McCurdy: Six national championships, Four Pan-Am championships, 5th overall at ITU Cross Worlds, she’s finished as the top American female and 4th overall twice at the XTERRA...

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Aug. 29, 2022

81 Ashley Brush - Rising from the Ashes and Heading to the Mountains

Ashley Brush was born and raised in a strict, religious upbringing and, by her early 20s, she was married, with a young son, and was also a stepmother to two other children. At this time, because she was playing by …

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Aug. 15, 2022

80 Out of the Blue Turns 35! A Special Fan Tribute to Debbie Gibson a…

In this episode of “I Could Never Do That,” I “shake” things up a bit to take a self-indulgent and celebratory walk down “memory lane.” Think back to when you were 13, 14, or 15. What or who just lit …

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Aug. 1, 2022

79 Dan Leite - Improving His Own Corner of the World with a New Heart

Dan Leite is a long-time runner, multiple marathon and IRONMAN triathlon finisher, and recipient of a heart transplant recipient in 2015. His symptoms began in 2011 at the peak of his running and his condition, although treated with medication,...

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July 11, 2022

78 Spencer Newell - Finding The Space Between "All In" and "All Out"

Spencer Newell is a music writer, producer, health coach, trainer, author, and longtime endurance athlete. He has certainly run the gamut in his 43 years - growing up as a high-level endurance athlete, battling a crippling addiction to drugs and...

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April 4, 2022

77 Dawn Mussallem, D.O. - Cancer Survivor, Heart Transplant Recipient…

Dawn Mussallem was in medical school when she was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer. Treatment was successful but eventually, Dr. Mussallem, who works at Mayo Clinic in Florida, began experiencing heart failure. She had a defibrillator implanted and went...

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March 21, 2022

76 Alison James - CEO, Sport Spuds: Power to the Potato

A musician and teacher by day and potato pusher by night! This is the story of Alison James, CEO of Sports Spuds. Tired of constantly feeling sick and nauseous during her marathons and races, Alison heeded the advice of a …

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Feb. 21, 2022

74 Lisa Hesse - Letting Go of Limiting Beliefs

Lisa Hesse is a Life and Wellness Coach for Athletes. Her job is to literally change the limiting beliefs of her clients and release them from the, "I Could Nevers." She is passionate about helping women across the wellness continuum …

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Feb. 7, 2022

73 Anthony Masiello - Putting Care in HealthCare

Anthony Masiello is co-founder and CEO of , which provides medical care for patients who have chronic disease and other medical conditions, including, but not limited to, diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, heart disease, obesity,...

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Jan. 24, 2022

72 Elizabeth Inpyn - Dialing In Plant-Based Performance

Today, I take a dive deep on a topic that is so, so important to me. Performance as a Plant-Based athlete. I hear all of the time from friends and fellow athletes who want to increase their knowledge and education …

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