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9 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Becky Rogers. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Becky Rogers, often where they are interviewed.

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9 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Becky Rogers. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Becky Rogers, often where they are interviewed.

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Becky Rogers goes after the Pacific Crest Trail through Washington Unsupported

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Oct 05 2020 · 1hr 16mins
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Catching up with IDM's Becky Rogers

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Caught up with IDM Hospitality Management's Becky Rogers to hear how her independent boutique hotels and staff have been doing. Highlights: - 9 hotels, 9 cities, 5 states. - Bookings are starting to trickle in. - Marketing message is about comfort, not $. - Group business? Banquet staff? - Boutique = nimble and cater to the one. - Authority of the staff present. - Staff update. - Domestic travel... and, more!

Jun 25 2020 · 9mins

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E34 - A Call to Ghana with Tom & Becky Rogers

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Tom & Becky Rogers are the proud parents of 10 children and the founders of FamiliesMentoringFamilies.org, an international organization that strengthens families through service, collaboration, and education to develop leadership and self-reliance. In 2017, they moved to Ghana, Africa with their youngest 5 children to pursue their personal mission. The first 18 months were an intense preparation as they gained a lot of experience VERY quickly, including within their own family dynamic.

As the Rogers interacted with people and developed relationships in Africa, they were drawn to the multi-generational impact that educating a family, beginning with the mother, has in addressing the "front line" of poverty. Today, FMF is building family literacy centers across Africa and is beginning a new initiative to reunite "orphans" with their parents through the Family Restoration Center.

With the help of American volunteers, cooperating with local leadership, team expeditions are gaining cultural experience and making a real difference in the lives of families, one at a time.

"If we moved to Africa, we’d have to learn to live so radically different that we’d actually have time to be a family." -Tom

Nov 04 2019 · 52mins
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Episode 172: Training for a World Record (w/ Ultramarathon Runner Becky Rogers)

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Welcome back!

We have a special guest on the podcast, Beck Rogers.

Becky Rogers is an ultra-endurance mountain athlete from Seabeck, WA. With numerous 100-200+ mile accomplishments, Becky’s current focus is completing the entire 2650+ mile Pacific Crest Trail at a record pace. When not building training programs, coaching her athletes or training for her World Record attempt, you can find Becky enjoy the outdoor time with her four kids along the Hood Canal.

In today's conversation, we cover Becky's previous race history, considerations for a 50-day straight world record attempt, nutrition, sleep habits for performance, programming for ultramarathon running, and much, much more!

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Nov 04 2019 · 55mins
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One Can Make A Difference with Becky Rogers (Ep 97)

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When we value connection with our brothers and sisters around the world to share ideas, learn from, and support each other in love and generosity, future generations will benefit in ways that are unimaginable! Mary speaks with Becky Rogers from Families Mentoring Families, an organization with a goal of strengthening the families of the world through service, collaboration, connection, and education. She talks about their life in Africa and how they develop leadership and self-reliance to gain a footing and to overcome poverty. Find out how their lessons in Ghana can teach you more about building strength in your own family on today's episode!

Families Mentoring Families

Oct 01 2019 · 35mins
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Becky Rogers: Mountain Epiphany & FKT Attempts

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Becky Rogers talks about her recent Bigfoot 200 race and her upcoming FKT on the PCT.
Sep 27 2019 · 34mins
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Becky Rogers on the Science and Practice of Ultra-Endurance Racing

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Becky Rogers is a an ultra-endurance athlete, microbiologist and mother of 4. Her list of accomplishments in the ultra world are too numerous to list here, but let’s just say 50 mile races might consist of a warm-up to her!

In this show, Becky and I talk about how a trained microbiologist became a hardcore ultra-endurance athlete and coach, what the training looks like to compete in events that are 100, 150 or even 240 miles long, how she uses nutrition and recovery to support her training, and how she recently ran the last 70 miles  a big race while dealing with a grade-2 quad strain.

Needless to say this is a fascinating episode, and I truly hope you enjoy listening to some of Becky’s stories!

Show Outline

Here’s a brief overview of this week’s episode:

  • Show Intro:

  • Random Musing:
    • Make Email LESS of a Priority
  • Interview with Becky Rogers:
    • How a microbiologist became a strength and endurance coach.
    • What originally got Becky into ultra endurance races – some of which are 240 miles long!
    • Becky’s thoughts on how you start to build the endurance capacity necessary to do ultras.
    • The aspects in which powerlifting and endurance racing are more similar than not.
    • How Becky has adapted Joel Jamieson’s work to help her compete at an elite level.
    • Her current racing goals, and what an “average” training week looks like for her.
    • The role nutrition and recovery play in supporting her training, including her thoughts on fueling and hydration for big races and training sessions.
    • The BIG Question.
    • A really (and not so fast!) lightning round where we talk about Becky’s career highlight so far, what she’s thinking 150 miles into a race, things you would never consider when competing in ultra races, and the scariest moment she’s ever had in a race (this alone is worth the price of admission!)

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Sep 27 2019 · 1hr 11mins
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Episode # 7 - Mother's Day Money Talk ft. Becky Rogers & Robin Schuller

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On this special Mother's Day episode, we do some girl talk with Becky Rogers and Robin Schuller, two of the coolest moms of Millennials that we know! Becky and Robin share the financial secrets they wish they'd known when they were in their 20s and 30s, as well as the advice they've given their Millennial children about managing money. If you want to find out how to slay your financial goals, stay tuned!

And if you like us, don't forget to subscribe and leave a review! XOXO

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May 13 2019 · 30mins
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Living Life on Purpose with Becky Rogers

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What would it be like to live life so in tune with inspiration that you truly believe anything is possible? How would you live your life if you knew you could not fail? 

Well my friend Becky Rogers, lives life in this manner. Not only does she have 10 incredible children and a thriving business, but she moved her family to Ghana last year to immerse herself in service and humanitarian work. Many of you (including me) may be asking- how could she be that brave? 

Listen today how she taps into her intuition and her inspiration. How she finds strength and courage to do things that she would not do on her own. Then use this knowledge to create positive change in your own life. 

Aug 16 2018 · 53mins