ABR Ep. 7 Frank Wells

ABR Ep. 7 Frank Wells

Keep an eye on the Kid! I only say kid because I’ve got 20 years on him. Frank Wells is a Thai Boxing phenom and he’s fresh from Thailand 🇹🇭 @tankjitsu took some time from his busy training and coaching schedule to sit down with the @aireybros to discuss his recent trip, training and fighting in 🇹🇭 , on this week’s episode of Airey Bros. Radio

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ABR Ep. 6 Drew McManus

ABR Ep. 6 Drew McManus

Drew McManus is the lead singer and songwriter for Satsang, a power trio that has created a unique blend of soul, folk-rock, and hip-hop. As Satsang prepares for their summer tour schedule Drew took some time away from rehearsal to talk about life, their new album Kulture as well as their upcoming tour schedule and the travel that goes into it.
For more information on Satang's summer tour date go to

Satsang

https://www.satsangmovement.com/tourdates

You can also find the band on Instagram

ABR Ep. 5 Keith Byard

ABR Ep. 5 Keith Byard

Keith Byard is a former all-state wrestler, marine corps veteran, member of the all-marine greco roman wrestling team along with Buddy Lee. Keith is also a trainer to the star and the innovator of the boot camp style fitness class. Long before there was Barry's Boot Camp there was Byard's Boot Camp.

You can find Coach Byard on instagram

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ABR Ep. 4 Todd Lippin

ABR Ep. 4 Todd Lippin

Long time friend of the Airey Bros. Todd Lippin was in town to coach one of his athletes at the Colfax Marathon, so we brought him in studio to discuss running and coaching.
Coach Todd Lippin has been coaching endurance athletes for 25 years. He has been coaching multisport athletes the past decade, but his experience spans high school, collegiate, and post collegiate distance running, as well as bicycle road racing, mountain biking, and cyclocross.

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Airey Bros. Radio Ep. 3

Find out what makes a great coffee shop experience in Rich's opinion as he breaks down several coffe shops in the Wash Park neighborhood. Go Belly to Belly as Jim and Rich break down UFC 237.

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Airey Bros. Radio Ep. 2 Mike Malinconico

Airey Bros. Radio Ep. 2 Mike Malinconico

In this weeks episode the Airey Bros. go Belly to Belly with FloWrestling’s Mike “Mal” Malinconico to discuss the Beat the Streets, Grapple at the Garden event that was held at the Hulu Theater, Madison Square Garden on May 6th. We go in-depth on the matches between Yianni D v. Bajrang, Jordan Burroughs v. Ben Askren, James Green v. Anthony Ashnault, Nick Suriano v. Joe Colon, the growth of the Rutgers Wrestling program in the last decade and what’s like to be a dad/coach.

The mission of Beat the Streets NYC Wrestling is to develop the full human and athletic potential of the urban youth and to strengthen the wrestling culture within New York City.

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Airey Bros Radio Ep. 1

Airey Bros Radio Ep. 1

The Boys of 1512 are back in full force, coming at you from the campus of Metro State in Denver! Buckle up folks, The Boston Marathon in itself is an amazing experience but what happens when you add some psychedelics to that expereince...

Episode 26. Skip Chapman - JSA Gym

Episode 26. Skip Chapman - JSA Gym

Happy New Year Y'all!!! 

We're back and Episode 26 is a banger! Over the holiday I was fortunate to sit down Skip Chapman from JSA Gym in Manasquan, New Jersey. Skip is an OG Crossfitter and affilate owner, starting in 2005 as the 180th CrossFit in the world and over a decade later is now the 107th.

Skip and I sat down to discuss the evolution of Crossfit and how that has impacted how JSA operates as a gym and a community. Over the years we've seen lots of changes with the CrossFit model but over a decade later it all comes back to the community and being healthy so that you can be better at your sport or hobby, enjoy life and prolong the inevitable as long as possible.

This is one of my favorite conversations to date and I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. If your in the area and are looking to make some changes for your health I suggest you stop in to JSA, the time is now and the hardest part is getting out the door. Skip, his team of coaches, the JSA community with hold you accountable and will help you reach your goals for 2019 and beyond.

You can find Skip at http://jsagym.com and on social media
Instagram @Skip.Chapman & JSACF
Facebook @ JSA CrossFit 
Twitter @ JSACrossFit

Episode 25. Milo "Little BadAss" Duffy

Episode 25. Milo "Little BadAss" Duffy

In march of 2017 as a 13 year old Milo and his mother set of north bound on the Appalachian Trail a 2,200 mile through hike. Six months later now 14, "Little Bad Ass" had reached Mount Katahdin in Maine. Along the way Milo had some ideas to create the perfect pack to fit his needs for fast packing and through hiking. From this adventure Little River Packs was born. Now living in New Mexico, Milo is home schooled and most days he's busy being an entrepreneur working onproducing his current designs and custom building packs for other through hikers and adventures. Be sure to check out Milo's designs @ https://www.littleriverpacks.com and see them in action on instagram @little_river_packs


Episode 24. Brian Burk, "Running to Leadville"

Episode 24. Brian Burk, "Running to Leadville"

Brian Burk is the author of "Running to Leadville: Life, Love, Loss and a 100 Mile Ultra Marathon Through The Colorado Rockies" in this episode we discuss Brain's first Leadville experience, the up's and down's that one experience over the course of 100 miles and he's key take aways. We also discussed his book and what the writing process was like to paint a picture of a place he had never been to.

You can find Brian of social media @ http://briansrunningadventures.com

If you'd like to purchase Brian's book head over to amazon and give him some love 
https://www.amazon.com/Running-Leadville-Marathon-Through-Colorado/dp/1533592845

Episode 23. Eric Cutlip L.Ac MSTCM

Episode 23. Eric Cutlip L.Ac MSTCM

Eric Cutlip is an Acupuncturist and Herbal Pharmicist, orgionally from West Virginia now running his clinic, Misty Mountain Medicine in Raleigh, North Carolina. I first met Eric in 2014 in Leadville, I had just finished my first 50 mile race and shortly after had a flare up in my lower back. Eric got me back up and running (pun intended) and from that point forward I was a firm believer in acupuncture and all that Chinese Medicine had to offer. Fast forward a year and a fractured footlater, western medicine wanted to put a screw in my foot, I opted to work with Eric instead. After two and a half months of intense treatments with Eric and I was back to running. In this episode we discuss Eric's journey into Chinese Medicine, what brought about his community style treatment and the energy and opportunity it provides his clients. You can find Eric on social media @mistymountainmedicine on Instagram & mistymountainmedicine.com

Episode 22. Kevin "K-Rod" Roddy

Episode 22. Kevin "K-Rod" Roddy

Kevin Roddy has been a mixed martial artist since 2005 with over 30 professional fights in the Feather Weight Division, Kevin has fought for Bellator,Strikeforce and M-1 Global. Born and raised at the Jersey Shore, Kevin hails from Bricktown, NJ and started training Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu in 2002, as a Black Belt Kevin is the co-owner of Asbury Park Jiu-Jistu. The world of martial arts is filled with politics and if you train a one school it is highly frowned upon that you train at other schools. Kevin and his partner Ian Clark opened APJJ with an open door, no politics policy welcoming anyone and everyone to training at their school because when everybody does better everyone does better! In this episode we discuss coming up through the underground ranks of MMA fighting for ticket sales, cutting weight and what inspired opening a no politics school. I apologize in the delay of getting this episode out I had to clean up the sound before I posted this gem of an episode. Enjoy my friends.

you can follow Kevin on social media at
@whatsakrod Instagram
@asburyparkjiujitsu Instagram
asburyparkjj.com

Episode 21. Adam Schuknecht

Episode 21. Adam Schuknecht

"In fact I was better at being a contractor than I would have been a baristia or running a coffee shop." Meet Adam Schuknecht owner of City on a Hill Coffee & Espresso. After 12 years in law enforcement Adam had a calling to be back in the mountains, in 2013 he packed up a euro van in Iowa and headed to Colorado to find a forever home for him and his family. After a few weeks of exploring Adam discovered Leadville, called his wife and told her to start packing. Since then Adam has taken over the reigns at City on a Hill Coffee & Espresso and has been responsibe for bringing high quality coffee to the highest city in America. If you'd like to purchase the beans from Nicaraqua head over to https://cityonahillcoffee.com

Episode 20. Fritz Howard

Episode 20. Fritz Howard

Fritz Howard is the man behind the brand Melanzana. From humble beginings in 1994 living in a Teepee and a small shop off main street with a few sewing machines and a vision to create, Fritz founded Eggplant Mountain Gear. To his surprise in those first years people came in a bought his hand made products. Fast forward 24 years later and Melanzana has become one of the most popular brands for through hikers and mountain enthusiasts world wide.  

https://melanzana.com
Instagram @melanzana_leadville

Episode 19. Coree Woltering

Episode 19. Coree Woltering

How does a guy go from running the 400m/800m in college to finishing 25th at the Super Bowl of Ultra Running The Western States 100? Meet Coree Woltering he's a speedster from Ottawa, Illinois with a 2:26 marathon PR, he's also a 2 time qualifier at the 70.3 World Championships, he runs for Inov-8, Darn Tough Socks, Down to Run, Rabbit Clothing, Saftey Skin, Sword Performance, Vicia Energy Bars and Squirrels Nut Butter. In this episode we discuss moving up in distances, taking up triathlons, moving to the marathon then to ultra's, running WS100 and the benefits of racing in a speedo.
You can find more about Coree over at his blog https://coreewoltering.com and you can find in on social media @coreewoltering

Episode 18. Brody Longo

Episode 18. Brody Longo

Episode 18 of Is the Juice Worth the Squeeze w. Brody Longo owner of Slinging' Ink Tattoo in Pt Pleasant, New Jersey. Back in 1994 when I got my second tattoo, I walked into Slingin' Ink Tattoo terrified of the two hulking gentlemen at the front of the shop and as it turns out Brody was in the process of going through his apprenticeship. A year into tattooing Brody was met with the opportunity to take over Slingin' Ink. 24 years later and 1,000's of tattoo's Brody and his crew at Singin' Ink are still holding it down on Arnold Ave. In Point Pleasant Beach. In this episode we discuss geting into tattooing, what it's like being and apprentice, being a business owner, what makes a good tattoo v. a bad one and of course we get into a little fitness/crossfit talk. Enjoy my friends!!!!

https://www.slingininktattoo.com

Instagram @ brody13 & @slingininktattoo

 

Episode 17. Jason Jeffirs

Episode 17. Jason Jeffirs

I met Jeffirs in the fall of 2016 at the lululemon Elevation Run Camp, where we ran to the highest points of Alabama, Georgia, & North Carolina. We instantly connected through Ultra's, tattoos, beards and trucker hats. He's a super rad dude livin' that ultra life on the trails and the river, down in the Bayous of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He's a Veteran and currently the manager of Fresh Junkie. Check him out on Instagram @ runnyink

Episode 16. Marty Owens

Episode 16. Marty Owens

Marty and I go way back to our days as counslers at the Running Works Cross Country Camp. As it turns out Marty and I have more in common than coaching and racing as masters athletes, we both deal with depression from time to time. After 15 years at the helm of the Susquehanna University Men's and Women's Cross Country and Track & Field teams Marty decided to step away and take some time to work on himself. In this episode we discuss coaching, life, self improvement and what's in store for the future. Marty has his own Triathlon coaching business (http://triduath40.wixsite.com/triitcoachingservice) and has been very open on his blog discussing dealing with dipression (https://tiredofracingslow-needmotivation.blogspot.com/?m=1)

Episode 15.  Dylan Capwel & Allie Wilson

Episode 15. Dylan Capwel & Allie Wilson

Heading into this week's NCAA Division I Track & Field Championships I had the opportunity to chat with Monmouth University's 800m standouts Dylan Capwell and Allie Wilson. For Dylan this will be his 6th trip to the Big Dance and for Allie it will be her first trip to Eugene with one more year of elegibity remaining in her collegiate carreer. The NCAA's kick off on Tuesday in Eugene best of luck to Allie, Dylan, Coach Tarello and Coach Joe! #FlyHawksFly

Episode 14. Joe Compagni

Episode 14. Joe Compagni

Joe Compagni is the Head Cross Country and Track & Field Coach at Monmouth University. Over the last 23 years Joe's teams have one 52 conference title in the NEC & MAAC conferences. Monmouth has won 19 conference titles, 1 ECAC Championship and 1 IC4A Championship in the last five years. Joe has coached 218 men's and women's individual track titles in NEC competition, 259 All-East honorees at the IC4A/ECAC Championships, and 104 NCAA East Regional Track and Field Championship Qualifiers, 88 MAAC individual champions, while seven athletes have earned a total of nine All-American citations. For this Joe has won NEC, MAAC, and NCAA Regional Coach of the Year 53 times. Compagni also been honored as a USTFCCCA NCAA Division I Mid-Atlantic Region Coach of the Year seven times. He's had a tremendous impact on my running and coaching over the years and I'm grateful to have had the opportunity to catch up with Joe before he heads down to Florida next week for the NCAA East Regioanl Championships.