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Best Raised Outdoors podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Raised Outdoors podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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Welcome to The Born & Raised Audio Experience, hosted by the outdoor content creators and entrepreneurs of Born And Raised Outdoors. Our Mission: Set out to break every rule and boundary in the outdoor audio space by interacting with the listeners via LIVE Q&A, behind the scene conversations, campfire stories and motivational excerpts that will entertain, educate and inspire. It is a listening experience!
 
Free fitness, nutrition, biohacking, fat loss, anti-aging and cutting-edge health advice from BenGreenfieldFitness.com! Tune in to the latest research, interviews with exercise, diet and medical professionals, and an entertaining mash-up of ancestral wisdom and modern science, along with Q&A's and mind-body-spirit optimizing content from America's top personal trainer.
 
KSL Outdoors with Adam Eakle is a unique show that takes viewers on a journey through Utah’s beautiful back country. Adam Eakle was born and raised in Utah and has been fishing and hunting in Utah's outdoors since childhood. In his free time, Adam guides hunt for Elk, Deer and upland game. He is also an avid fly fisherman and loves to take his wife and kids boating on Utah’s many lakes and reservoirs. KSL's "Outdoors with Adam Eakle" airs Saturdays at 6:30 pm and midnight on NBC KSL-TV 5.
 
Want to get in the best shape of your life by exercising less and eating ridiculously well? Whether you’re Paleo, Keto, Vegan, Wild, or completely clueless, we’re here to help you eat right, train smarter, and transform your body and mind to be your absolute best. This family-friendly show is free of outside advertising for your listening pleasure. Winner of 4 awards and #1 in Health in 8+ countries. Yes, you really can be happy and healthy at the same time. Take it from The Fat-Burning Man, ...
 
Motowitch Chronicles is the motorcycle podcast that brings you stories of badass female bikers from around the world. Your host, Kojii Helnwein chats to women about the obstacles they’ve overcome, the adventures they’ve embarked upon, the world records they’ve set or the awareness they’ve raised for various charities they hold close to their hearts and why. Subscribe to hear these accounts of worldwide female bikers, from all walks of life and prepare to be inspired to live your life to the ...
 
Welcome to Frog's Taxidermy Adventures. I am Frog Mullis. I was born and raised in middle Georgia and in that time I have hunted most everything that walks the woods. I am the owner of Frogapos;s Buck Shop Taxidermy so you can see that the wildlife of Georgia is my life. If I am not mounting a trophy for someone then I am out pursuing one of my own. So come join me in my adventures! You can get watch the HD version of these hunts at www.FrogsTaxidermyAdventures.com and you can watch similiar ...
 
The Reno Fly Shop Podcast - A Fly Fishing Podcast with Special Guests, the Fly Fishing Report for Northern Nevada, California and Pyramid Lake and our Shop Events Calendar
 
Currently living in Utrecht (NL) DvX is a techno DJ/Producer from Germany with belgian roots Born and raised in the borderlands of Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands DvX began Djing in 2008 as „Chris Devox“ in the German House Scene.His career began with a residency at the well known „Housegeflüster“ Party's in Aachen. He then soon became resident at “Seltsames Verhalten”, the biggest outdoor festival in the area- where he had the opportunity to play beside some of the most internationally ...
 
"I Love You, California" is a short-form podcast where each episode we bring you into the beauty, history, and weirdness of the state of California. Join us each episode for a peek through the redwoods and the fog at a piece of California. I am your host, William Hoffknecht, who was born and raised in the heart of California. Through my travels for work, pleasure, and photography I have visited many of the most famous locations as well as the weird little nooks and crannies in attempts to fe ...
 
Roadschool Moms is a weekly podcast ministry to connect, encourage and inspire women from wherever in the world they are. Join Mary Beth Goff and Holly Giles as they share parenting and homeschool information from their Christian perspective.Mary Beth shares her adventures from behind the wheel of an RV currently traveling fulltime in America’s backyard. A solo homeschooling mom of four, she pairs education with adventure for roadschool lessons created by the Road Trip Teacher.Holly shares e ...
 
OntarioSnowmobiler.ca is a Talk Radio Show (Podcast) hosted by snowmobilers for snowmobilers. Join your hosts Dave (Krusty) Hunt and Paul (Yukon) Ineson weekly, as they provide you with current news from the snowmobiling world. They use our Facebook page, toll free message line (1-855-651-4401) and other sources to gather news and tips which they discuss on the show. So feel free to provide your input, share your ideas and let them know what you want to hear!
 
We are a married couple in our early 30's who got tired of the rat race of corporate America and set out to find or possibly create something more inspiring to us. We left our careers in May 2018 and set off for South America where we are currently traveling and volunteering as we try to learn Spanish and find ways to give back to communities and the planet. This podcast will document our travels as well as feature interviews from other amazing travelers and organizations that are doing thin ...
 
Pimsleur users talk about how learning a language with Pimsleur improved their lives in many ways including bringing them closer to family and friends, helping them achieve career goals, giving them self-confidence, improving their academic standing in school, making travel easier and more enjoyable, and opening the door to new experiences. Learn a language in just 30 minutes a day with the scientifically-proven Pimsleur Method, a completely portable language learning program trusted by mill ...
 
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The weekend just got a whole lot better. Texas chicken wing restaurant Pluckers took to Twitter to announce they will now be selling some of their select cocktails by the gallon for takeout. In addition to alcoholic bottles and cans, cocktail gallon options include Pluckers Lemonade, Psychedelic Frog, Batman and Patron Margarita. Pluckers is offeri…
 
Austin-based biotech firm Luminex announced on Friday that it has received emergency use authorization from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for a new diagnostic test designed to detect the coronavirus. Luminex said the new test, which allows for up to 96 swap samples to be analyzed at a time, can differentiate COVID-19 from other illnesses li…
 
It’s an all too common sight these days: long lines at stores and empty shelves. But as fears around the coronavirus drive essentials off the shelves, two University of Texas students have an idea to help. They have launched InStok.org, a free website designed to check inventories of big stores like Target and CVS and tell users where they can find…
 
In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, stores across the nation are making grocery shopping more accessible for older people, a group with a higher mortality rate from COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus. Some stores include other high-risk groups in its policies. Grocery stores have added policies as the virus progresses, including the add…
 
Dell Technologies says it is withdrawing its financial guidance for the fiscal year due to the uncertainty around the global coronavirus outbreak. The Round Rock-based tech giant has notified the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission that it is withdrawing the fiscal year guidance that it provided during the company’s fourth quarter earnings anno…
 
Construction on the Austin F-C soccer stadium is not exempt from the shelter-in-place order issued by City of Austin officials on Tuesday, city officials confirmed Friday. Work continues on the site near the intersection of Braker Lane and Burnet Road, under the guidelines set forth by the city’s Development Services Department. A city memo Tuesday…
 
An Austin police officer was suspended for 10 days after a September incident in which a driver he was pursuing died in a crash. On September 27th, Officer Richard Bozelli [boh-ZEH-lee] noticed Jessie Jay Woosley [WOHLZ-ee], 23, speeding on North Lamar Boulevard, near Parmer Lane, according to Bozelli’s disciplinary memo. Bozelli attempted to get W…
 
Austin police homicide detectives are investigating the death of a 24-year-old man who was found lying in a West Austin road on Thursday. A 9-1-1 caller reported at 7:19 p.m. that a man with obvious injuries who wasn’t breathing was lying in the 500 block of Arnulfo Alonso [ahr-NOOL-foh ah-LAHN-zoh] Way, formerly Zilker Clubhouse Road. Officers, Au…
 
Cities and counties cannot regulate or restrict the sale of firearms under emergency stay-home orders that require nonessential businesses to close, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said Friday. Paxton said in a written opinion that, quote, “local regulation of the sale, possession, and ownership of firearms is specifically prohibited under Texas …
 
Austin officials received 180 calls on Thursday from residents reporting gatherings or businesses suspected of violating new stay-at-home orders related to the coronavirus pandemic. The tally came the day after orders barring all but essential business from remaining open and limiting social contact unless absolutely necessary went into effect. Cit…
 
The 44-year-old New Braunfels [BRAWN-fuls] man who died Thursday from complications linked to the coronavirus was “healthy and strong” before contracting the disease, his pastor told the American-Statesman on Friday. Adolph “TJ” Mendez [MEHN-dehs], a father of six, died Thursday afternoon after being diagnosed Tuesday with COVID-19, the disease ass…
 
As the statewide death toll continued to climb, local health officials confirmed Friday that a woman over 70 years old is the first person to die in Travis County after contracting the new coronavirus. The woman had significant underlying health conditions, said Austin and Travis County officials. 24 people who tested positive for the coronavirus h…
 
On my recent whirlwind media and tour of India, I hosted, along with my friends and , a massive biohacking Q&A and panel in New Delhi, which you can . We covered an enormously wide range of topics, including: How to have energy at your beck and call, all day long... Hidden environmental killers and how to hack your environment to remove them... Ben…
 
In this episode, we look at your relationship to failure and why it matters so much . Try Empower: http://empower.me/tinyleaps Your relationship to failure is your relationship to success If you believe failure is a negative, you will avoid it. If failure is pain, you will do more to avoid it than to gain success. If you believe failure is a requir…
 
Austin bakery Easy Tiger is working its ovens overtime to help feed Central Texans in need during the coronavirus pandemic. Head baker David Norman and company have committed to baking 10,000 loaves to distribute to the Central Texas Food Bank, Keep Austin Fed, Drive a Senior and Mobile Loaves & Fishes, organizations that are experiencing increased…
 
Drew Brees developed a close relationship with Louisiana after Hurricane Katrina, and he and his wife Brittany are helping the state through another crisis. On Thursday Drew and Brittany announced they are making a $5 million commitment to the state in 2020 in the wake of the coronavirus that has gripped the world. The veteran New Orleans Saints qu…
 
The city of Bastrop has closed all public access to public parks citing a shortage of cleaning supplies necessary to disinfect park facilities from possible coronavirus contamination. On Tuesday night, the Bastrop City Council ratified emergency orders signed and executed by the mayor on March 16 that codified several COVID-19 restrictions and clos…
 
A man has been impersonating a deputy and making traffic stops, according to reports made to the Travis County sheriff’s office. Someone driving a black, unmarked S-U-V pulled several people over Wednesday and told them to go home, citing Travis County’s shelter-in-place order. When the drivers attempted to present paperwork identifying themselves …
 
Three people suffered severe burns and were critically injured after a propane tank is believed to have exploded inside a home in Manor, officials said Thursday night. Medics, firefighters and police officers responded around 7:16 p.m. to reports of an explosion at the 11400 block of Austex Acres Lane in Manor. Three residents, two men and a woman …
 
Bowing to the new reality of the coronavirus, the Texas Democratic Party announced Thursday that its state convention, scheduled from June 4 to 6 at the Henry B. González Convention Center in San Antonio, will now be an online event. The party has not settled on whether the event will take place on the same dates as originally scheduled. State part…
 
For Austin restaurants struggling to survive through take-out orders, there is another looming threat: Rent is due on April 1. Many are telling landlords, property owners and property management firms that due to financial fallout from the coronavirus, they can’t pay their rent. Restaurant owners say some landlords are being flexible -- but some ot…
 
Capital Metro on Thursday announced that it was suspending commuter service amid restrictions to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Use of those services has dropped 90 percent, the transit authority reported. MetroRail service and MetroExpress service to Manor and Elgin will continue, as well as MetroBus and MetroRapid routes. Cap Metro riders…
 
The city of Hutto has laid off 48 employees, nearly a third of its workforce, due to the financial impact of the cornonavirus. A city official said the layoffs included people from several departments, including the Police Department, public works, parks and recreation and administration. There have been no other city government or school district …
 
Comal County officials Thursday said a New Braunfels man diagnosed with COVID-19, the illness linked to the new coronavirus, has died. The man, who was in his 40s, died Thursday afternoon at Ascension Seton Medical Center in Austin, where he had been treated, county officials said in a statement. The news came hours after officials confirmed the ei…
 
The Austin City Council passed a slate of items Thursday designed to tamp down the negative economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic. The action comes as recent stay-at-home restrictions have shuttered most businesses in the city in an effort to contain the spread of the outbreak. An untold amount of Austinites have lost their jobs or been furlo…
 
Health officials on Thursday said new data from University of Texas modeling the projected spread of the coronavirus showed that reducing personal interactions by 90% in coming weeks would save thousands of lives in the greater Austin community alone. Preliminary data from the UT report found the number of cases in the Austin-Round Rock area double…
 
Tried an elimination diet yet? You’ve likely heard a lot of buzz around the carnivore die, well we’re here with Dr. Paul Saladino, a certified Functional Medicine Practitioner and author of “The Carnivore Code.”By Abel James, FatBurningMan.com
 
We are joined by Dr. Patrick Weis from Boise, ID. He has been on the frontlines treating patients who have contracted the #coronavirus He has some insight on how to protect ourselves and others during this pandemic. We take questions from the audience during this YouTube LIVE Stream and hope to get some clarity on the severity and complexity of thi…
 
In this episode, we sit down with John McCloskey who guides both in Alaska and North Georgia. John specializes in spay fishing and swinging streamers for monster fish and in this podcast we talk about John’s introduction to flyfishing, how he has grown as a guide, what he has learned from teaching other guides, and how he got his face on one of Swe…
 
World Soccer Talk is a weekly podcast about watching soccer on TV, online and apps. In the NEW episode, number 164, Christopher Harris and co-host Kartik Krishnaiyer cover a range of topics including: • A FOX analyst says goodbye to the broadcaster • The English Game comes to Netflix just in time • How much of an appetite is there for classic match…
 
Randall’s workers will receive a 2-dollar-an-hour raise as stores stay open during the coronavirus pandemic, Albertsons Companies announced last week. Workers who will receive a raise include e-commerce pickers and drivers and employees in stores, distribution centers and manufacturing plants. All union and non-union employees are included in the p…
 
While the coronavirus pandemic has shuttered businesses, restaurants and places of worship, another kind of gathering has emerged across Austin-area neighborhoods. Families often distracted by the busyness of full schedules, playdates and errands now have seemingly quieter lives. Days are devoid of school, soccer practice and daily commutes, as dis…
 
Six people, including five children, were injured Wednesday afternoon in a crash on U.S. 290 East at Old Kimbro Road in eastern Travis County, officials said. The crash, in which two of the children were critically injured, happened around 1:25 p.m., Austin-Travis County E-M-S officials said. The children were taken to Dell Children’s Medical Cente…
 
An Elgin man accused in the fatal shooting of his girlfriend told police he was playing with a handgun when it accidentally discharged and shot her in the face, according to an arrest affidavit. 25-year-old Marquis Wilson has been charged with manslaughter. Police found the body of 17-year-old Jade Erwin in the front seat of Wilson’s car at Scott a…
 
So you’re going stir-crazy at home and your friend invites you and, say, a dozen other buddies over for takeout and a movie. Who is going to stop you under Austin’s stay-at-home order? Austin police officers won’t be pulling drivers over to ask where they’re going. But residents can report violations of the order to Austin 3-1-1, and offenders coul…
 
As many as 20 Travis County jail inmates are being monitored for the coronavirus and are isolated, the sheriff’s office said Wednesday. A total of 100 testing kits for COVID-19 were expected to be dispersed to medical staff in the Travis County Jail and Travis County Correctional Complex last week, but they have not received them yet and are going …
 
Abortion providers sued Texas in federal court Wednesday seeking an immediate restraining order to block a new policy that closed abortion clinics as part of the state’s response to the coronavirus outbreak. The policy, tied to an emergency order issued Sunday by Gov. Greg Abbott, was detailed in a Monday announcement by Attorney General Ken Paxton…
 
The University of Texas has set up an emergency fund for students whose lives have been disrupted by the coronavirus, the school announced Wednesday. For UT students, the pandemic and subsequent move to online classes poses many difficulties. UT said it would match donations to the fund up to $2 million to help give students access to computers and…
 
Banding Together, an emergency relief fund set up by business owners in the Red River Cultural District, is now accepting applications from service and hospitality workers struggling in the wake of bar and music venue closures that have left many out of work. The first round of fundraising for the relief effort brought in around $40,000 in donation…
 
An overwhelmed state website and consistently busy telephone lines are thwarting tens of thousands of newly out-of-work Texans attempting to access unemployment benefits amid the coronavirus crisis. But Ed Serna, executive director of the Texas Workforce Commission, vowed Wednesday that help is on the way. Serna said the state agency is beefing up …
 
With Austinites now under a mandatory stay-at-home order because of the coronavirus pandemic, Austin Energy said customers can expect to see higher energy bills if residents do not work diligently to cut back on their at-home electricity usage. About 33,000 Austin residents received emails last week warning that they’ve used significantly more elec…
 
The Austin and Lake Travis school districts have extended campus closures through April 13th. Austin school district Superintendent Paul Cruz said in a Tuesday night email to families that the extension is in response to the city’s stay-at-home order issued earlier that day to help combat the spread of the new coronavirus. Lake Travis school distri…
 
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In this episode, we talk about some lessons learned while tracking my weight every day. Try Hydrant: http://drinkhydrant.com Code: tinyleaps Why I Started Almost hit 210 Decided I wanted to take control Knew I needed to learn about my body Decided to weigh myself daily for the data Lessons Learned (These are just for me) My body doesn't process car…
 
But not all restaurants are closing down. In fact, some are doubling down. For the first time in years, breakfast and lunch favorite Tacodeli has rolled out dinner service in response to the disruption caused by the coronavirus. All locations of Tacodeli have extended their hours and are now open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday-Friday and 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. …
 
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