Just can’t get enough adventure in your life? Want to learn more about what top adventurers are up to? Then you’ll definitely want to checkout the new podcast from Roz Savage that just launched yesterday. Appropriately dubbed the Adventure Podcast, Roz will be producing weekly shows that will give her the opportunity to interview a host of different adventurers and give us the chance to find out what makes these men and women tick.
In the first episode, which is available on iTunes and online, Roz interviews Jason McKinley, a man who has run 55 marathons and is an Ironman Triathlete. In the interview, Jason talks about what motivates him, how he got started as an adventurer and much more. He also discusses his recent participation in the Great Britain Row during which he and a teammate rowed around the U.K. in record time. The 38-minute interview is a good one, with lots of good tips and inspiration for other aspiring adventurers.
The Adventure Podcast host brings plenty to the table in her own right. If you’re not familiar with Roz’s resume, she is an ocean rower and environmental activist who has crossed the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian Oceans solo and under her own power. In total, she has spent more than 500 days at sea, crossing more than 15,000 miles (24,000 km) in the process. Roz is a motivational speaker, a United Nations Climate Hero and a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, as well as the Explorers Club. She has also been named a National Geographic Adventurer of the Year and is listed as one of the Top 20 Great British Adventurers. On top of of all of that, she also happens to be just a very nice person.
The new podcast is off to a great start and there are plans for other adventurers to join Roz soon. Upcoming episodes will include Alastair Humphreys and Victoria Humphries. Subscribe to Roz’s new show in your favorite podcast app and expect new episodes every Wednesday.
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