Dennis Welch is a country music singer-songwriter from Austin, Texas. His song “Why Not Me” just recently hit #2 on the new country music charts and has been nominated for multiple Grammy awards. What is it like to have written over 500 songs across four decades and then finally have a song you wrote hit it big? Listen in as Dennis tells some amazing stories from his music career and Kevin and Steph give him some advice on what to say in his speech when he wins a Grammy. Hope you enjoy this episode of Tell Us a Good Story!Brought to you by Luebbe Companies. Let them be your builder, for life. Guest Website: welch-words.comGuest Website: bearticulate.comGuest Facebook: @DennisWelchMusic Podcast Website: kevinandsteph.comPodcast Instagram: @kevinstephmasonPodcast Facebook: @KevinStephMason Their book titled ‘You Met Her WHERE?!’ can be ordered here: kevinandsteph.com/shop/
"Whatever you do Dennis, be a writer;" was the advice Dennis Welch received early on in his career. With over 500 songs to his credit, Dennis recently had a hit with the song, "Why Not Me." He joins us on this edition of Americana Music Profiles to talk about that experience. Songwriters of any age will be encouraged by his story. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
#42 - The Spartan Games with Special Guest Dennis Welch
The Functional Times
Today I'm joined by Dennis Welch of the Endurance Project to talk about the Spartan Games. Dennis and I talk about the events, the athletes, the future of the Spartan Games, and we give our predictions of the top 5 male and female finishers. The Spartan Games looked like an incredible event, so today's episode was loaded with great content that you don't want to miss! The Spartan Games is an invite-only competition of physical and mental toughness, over the course of five days. Twenty-four of some of the fittest athletes in the world will compete for a share of $100,000 on a mountain in Vermont. The full competition will be released in a YouTube series ‘this Winter’. Connect with Dennis on Instagram @EnduranceProject_dwep TheFunctionalTimes.com @TheFunctionalTimes
Episode 98 – Dennis Welch – Overlooked Elements of Injuries in Runners
Episode 98 – Dennis Welch – Overlooked Elements of Injuries in Runnersby Highly Functional | Podcasthttps://hhf-podcast.s3-us-west-1.amazonaws.com/HHF.Episode98.OverlookedElementsOfInjuriesInRunners.mp3Subscribe Now! For this episode, I had the pleasure of speaking with Dennis Welch, founder of The Endurance Project. We had a great conversation about why injuries happen in runners and what we can do about them. We also discussed things that we often overlook and neglect as contributors to our injuries. You can connect with Dennis on Facebook and Instagram @enduranceproject_dwep. That’s it for today! Thank you for listening, and if you found value in this message be sure to subscribe on iTunes, Google, Castbox, or Stitcher | Share this with those you know need to hear it on social | And I’ll see you back here in the next episode | This is Dr. Brianne Showman signing off, reminding you to be #highlyfunctional. Listen at highlyfunctional.org Find me at getyourfixpt.com Join me on Facebook: Obstacle Course Racing (OCR) Athletes Health And Performance Follow me on Instagram: @the.ocr.doc Subscribe to my YouTube channel: Get Your Fix Physical Therapy Let’s Connect! Join the private HardWodder One Facebook group and tell us about yourself.
From high school track to road racing, triathlon, and OCR, Dennis has coached every facet of Endurance Racing. Most well known for his outside-the-box training methods using tire dragging and sled pushing, Dennis looks at endurance training from a very unique perspective. Tune in today to hear how he developed his training system and how to best apply it for your own athletic development!
Episode 10 - Dennis Welch Talks OCR, HYROX, DEKAFIT, and More
The Functional Times
In today's episode we talk with Dennis Welch of the Endurance Project, a veteran of the OCR world and coach to top athletes such as Alyssa Hawley, Cali Schweikhart, and Morgan Schulz. Today's format is a little different in that we aren't covering specific news, but just talk about the industry as a whole and where it's headed with new events like HYROX and DEKAFIT. Be sure to stick around to the end for Dennis' three tips on becoming a better runner! www.TheFunctionalTimes.com Follow us on Instagram @thefunctionaltimes
Season 1, Episode 35: Dennis Welch Ultra Championships Season!
As the season winds to a close, there are two types of athletes- those gearing up for their “A race” of the season, and those getting ready for some rest in the offseason!! Join Jacob and Leah as they talk with Dennis Welch of the Endurance Project this week, and learn what you should be doing in either of those scenarios! Hang with us till the end, as Dennis drops a major Spartan Championship announcement!
Season 01, Episode 07 : BROCR Roundtable: Ryan Atkins and Dennis Welch
Pop some popcorn and grab a seat at the Supercast Table!! Jacob and Leah invite Coach Dennis and none other than Mr. OCR himsef, Ryan Atkins to the first episode of roundtable discussions. Prompted by Dennis’ Facebook post where he basically called out 90+% of athletes for their crappy ways and self-sabatoging tendencies- we discuss what makes an athlete truly great and how to avoid, well, sucking!
Season 1 Episode 3: How much is too much? With Dennis Welch!
Episode 3! Look at this! Hey over here! In this episode of the Supercast we chill out with Dennis Welch of the Endurance Project. The conversation goes from college sports to what the OCR season looks like. Do we need a real off season for racers? How much is too much running? Should we race all the races? Give it a listen and make a decision yourself!
In this episode I talk to running coach Dennis Welch. We talk about his background in running, how he got into OCR and how he got became a running coach. Dennis is the running coach behind the Endurance Project and helps OCR athletes achieve their running goals. He talks about what realistic timeframes are for improvement and how or if you could expect to hit a podium. We go on to talk about what a running coach could do for you as an athlete and if 180 steps a minute while running is really as important as you might have heard. We are partners with Icebug to get you a discount on your next pair! Use head over to Icebug.com and use code OVERCEOME12 to save 20%! Evan Perperis sent us his book “Strength & Speed's Guide to Elite Obstacle Course Racing” to check out. We will read it and get back to you with some additional details. In the meantime, head on over to teamstrengthspeed.com and check out their new podcast or order the book. Make sure you are following everything we are doing by taking a look at our Instagram, Facebook and joining our mailing list!