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Best Art Byram podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
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Updated August 2020
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Cultra Trail Running is The Cult of Ultra Culture, North East Trail running from the grass roots. Our podcast shares the unique perspective of the North East Beast Coast Ultra running scene: raw, impulsive, and irreverent. The Cultra Trail Running Podcast is a place where we can get together and discuss all the fun stuff that happens on the trails that most normal people don't care about. Join the Cult! or maybe you already have without realizing it... resistance is futile.
 
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Kevin Dames went to Fresno State as an Exercise Major, then moved to Colorado to get his PhD in bio mechanics. He now teaches others about how humans move and why they move that way, as well as applied statistics and research methods. He now lives in Cortlandt New York and allegedly occasionally hangs with Ian Golden and crosses paths with Ellie Pe…
 
When Cindy Sullivan was in middle school, she was forbidden to run- she had a degenerative genetic knee condition that got her out of gym class and physical activity. Fast forward about 20 years and Cindy decides she's going to run for the most selfless of reasons- to inspire her then three year old son. After running her first trail race (Nipmuck …
 
We talk race strategy, hydration, nutrition, equipment and mental toughness as we recount our recent efforts at running 104 Dumbass Miles on the Pequonnock River Trail in lovely Trumbull, CT. No monkeys were harmed during the recording of this podcast. Special shout-outs to Chip Howard, Mike Crutchley, Sally Campbell, Michelle O'Neill, Jason Robert…
 
Believe it or not, he's walkin' on air, he never thought he could feel so free! Flyin' away on a wing and a prayer, who could it be? Believe it or not it's just Jay Durand! "Here's the episode folks!" We’re on Spotify! https://open.spotify.com/show/44etXyR0WbJtmKRKrP7V6M We’re on iTunes! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/cultra-trail-running/id…
 
Paulius, O Paulius! He has the name and physique of a Roman emperor, except he hails from the mean streets of Lithuania and went to Glasgow for university. He loved it so much he decided to stay and conquer. Paulius loves the mountains, he's an avid climber, mountaineer and boss trail runner; although we learned that in Scotland you can go wherever…
 
First of all, this was a rare Monday night recording so all of our moons and stars were aligned and... naw I don't believe in that stuff. We were in rare form so to speak, and everyone is getting after it. From the local to the regional to the national FKT scene to Jimmy celebrating 10 years running by running 40 miles to Simon's triumphant return …
 
Its hard to paddle a canoe without water, but we give it our best shot. Would you expect anything less from the Crew? First we dive into some serious jackassing- Jimmy DNFs an FKT attempt, we recap the latest Social Distance Challenge, introduce the newest challenge, the longest Patreon reading ever, then we get all cinematic and dive out of the ca…
 
Debbie and Scott Livingston are one of the North East’s power ultra running couples. This episode tells the story of how they met at the Vermont 50 Mountain Bike Race and Ultra Run, and how they have built a life of adventures together. Debbie and Scott have been knocking off FKTs and seeking adventures for years. Their most recent adventure was a …
 
The CUT112 is a brutal 112 mile course starting at the CT MA line and traveling down the heart of CT on The New England Trail linking some of CT's toughest running spots. Alex Cabrera is a tough man, having grown up in the Dominican Republic, Serving in the US Army, and training on the trails of New Hampshire. Alex shares what it was like to pursue…
 
We really enjoyed this conversation with Tim, and we know you will too! So many interesting things to discuss from eating disorders to self worth and running. Learning how to be kind to ourselves and be the best we can be on a given day. We talk about our own moments of truth, and about hanging with Little Debbie We’re on Spotify! https://open.spot…
 
Bill Gibbs loves runners so much he puts them back together for a living, appearing at a ton of local races to offer his massage services. He often times will run the race, then cool off and set up shop to help runners with their aches and pains. What an amazing guy. Bill Gibbs Massage Therapy We’re on Spotify! https://open.spotify.com/show/44etXyR…
 
Simon Edgett is resilient. Simon is persistent. He's headstrong, wily and a huge part of CULTRA. I say all this because we almost lost Simon last December- hear in the podcast how he's overcome some serious adversity. We’re on Spotify! https://open.spotify.com/show/44etXyR0WbJtmKRKrP7V6M We’re on iTunes! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/cultra…
 
Amy Mower came to running a bit later in life and took to it fantastically. She has an impressive resume and is highly competitive yet also a really nice person- seriously, no douche canoeing here! Here her stories of racing at Across the Years, the Pistol in Tennessee, what it's like to run 875 miles in a single month(!) and some amazing performan…
 
Dave Walker puts on some of the hardest races in the USA, from the tough as nails Worlds End Ultramarathon to the gnarly Black Forest 100k as well as serving as the RD of Eastern States 100 from 2017-19, he's no stranger to adversity both on the trails and off. Hear how Dave discovered running, going from a 5k up to the 70-mile Laurel Highlands Ult…
 
We have a good time talking to McGruff during this episode. Ok, so truth is we hardly understood half of what he said, but it was a lot of fun anyway. We also ask the tough questions, like how can someone who was a National Geographic Geography Bee contender manage to have so many people get lost on his race course? We’re on Spotify! https://open.s…
 
Hi everybody! A lot has been happening in the world lately and on this episode we try to balance our patented CULTRA jackassing with an appropriate and much needed conversation about race, privilege and what it means to be an ally. Jimmy runs 100 miles for no reason at all, Fred finishes his Great Virtual Race Across Tennessee, Becky is all heart a…
 
What's up with all the fast guests lately? We got another speedy one here with Josh Katzman, who you may know of Trail Animals Running Club in the Greater Boston area. Did you know Josh has run a 15 hour 100-miler? Did you know Josh was top 20 at Western States? Learn all this and more from this week's CULTRA! We allegedly open a can of worms re: R…
 
Raven "Rae" Matherne (not to be confused with Disney sitcom star Raven Symone of "That's So Raven" fame) has lived an incredible life- from becoming a black belt to scaling all 48 of the New Hampshire 4000-footers to becoming an elected lawmaker in Fairfield County, this 32-year old has overcome a lot in their life, and we sit down to one of our mo…
 
Sarah Poriss is an attorney (allegedly) and she specializes in debt relief and foreclosures, but what she's really known for is her superhuman ability to crew the F out of any runners going long. Sarah is a published author as well- check out her book Got Debt? Sarah's website: https://www.sarahporiss.com/ We’re on Spotify! https://open.spotify.com…
 
Ian Golden is a runner's runner. In his 43 years he has been around ultra and trail running for way more years than he should be and has popped up in various hotspots like Bend, Oregon and now Ithaca, NY helping the sport grow and flourish; all the while being an amazing advocate for the trails. He even tried his hand running for New York State Con…
 
Rob Sawyer lives on a horse farm in eastern Connecticut with his family and his now famous red dog, Rusty. He even ran the first 13.1 miles with said dog in a trail marathon! Rob has spent some serious time underwater... in a multi-million dollar US Navy submarine! We’re on Spotify! https://open.spotify.com/show/44etXyR0WbJtmKRKrP7V6M We’re on iTun…
 
Fan favorite and Patreon extraordinaire lead-off hitter Albertstar Galactica aka Albert Galatan and his more talented wife Dr. Ilana Slaff sit down with the crew from their home in Queens as we explore the needs of special learners and exceptional behavioral challenges posed by people living with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Dr. Slaff is a highly deco…
 
"Good Times, dumb times you know I had my share!" - Robert Plant on Bill Odendahl. Bill is awesome. In between running 12 hour ultras with all three meals at famed New England fast food joint Duchess and 170-mile weeks Bill managed to free up a half hour to talk some smack with the CULTRA Crew. We’re on Spotify! https://open.spotify.com/show/44etXy…
 
Not only is James fast but he can make his own gels too, here's the recipe: Homemade Gels. We're super psyched to interview James that we had to do it twice, and the second time we even hit "record" We’re on Spotify! https://open.spotify.com/show/44etXyR0WbJtmKRKrP7V6M We’re on iTunes! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/cultra-trail-running/id14…
 
"Third time's the charm!" says Becky as we (no shit) had to try to start the recording three times tonight (holy shit). First time Art just shit the bed. Second time just brain fart city. Third time = nailed it. It's a good thing because we sit down with Benn Griffin, one of the best humans in Northeast ultra running. Benn directs races for the Ber…
 
Michele O'Neill is the person you want in your corner- she's got a street smart sensibility with a smile to match. She's not only CT's best cheerleader but one hell of a runner to boot. We’re on Spotify! https://open.spotify.com/show/44etXyR0WbJtmKRKrP7V6M We’re on iTunes! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/cultra-trail-running/id1446356779 Plea…
 
Chip Howard hails from Springfield, VT and he quickly established himself as one of our favorite friends of the podcast- one slip of the finger changed the word "is' to "in' and the rest is history. We’re on Spotify! https://open.spotify.com/show/44etXyR0WbJtmKRKrP7V6M We’re on iTunes! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/cultra-trail-running/id14…
 
Sometimes we just need more. We knew from the beginning that we would not get to everything during our Episode 73. Ellie joins Art for a one on one interview where they dig deep into the past and retrace the steps that she took to get where she is today. This is a very frank and honest conversation about the struggle of facing one’s demons, standin…
 
Episode 72? Welp, the shit starts getting really real at mile 72, so you better get up outta that chair and hang on! New Social Distance Challenge? Check! This one is all about…you’ll have to listen. Speaking of listening, we love our Patreon supporters, even the ones that don’t listen- what are we talking about? Fucking LISTEN! We dive deep into a…
 
CULTRA is back in the studio, well the quarantine studio. Which is actually our various living areas and bedrooms and stuff, so yeah. We get down an dirty with VT race director extraordinaire Jonathan Vass and he gives us some unique takes on his outdoor events as well as his background in endurance sports. We do our Patreon shtick, Becky's insane …
 
We have local speedster Jeff Grant (and his even faster wife Mary-Louise Timmermans) checking in with us via Zoom to talk about all the FKTs they've bagged recently plus Becky getting awkward, yes- Fred's still running every day and Art being Art. Jimmy says something mildly controversial, starts a fire with his words. It's largely a Patreon shout …
 
CULTRA Trail Running Podcast is completely out there in the ether my people, since we can't meet in person we're meeting in the virtual space. So we wax poetic on the state of affairs- Western States 100 is cancelled, so that's cool. Jimmy has been waiting eight years so what's another? Maybe we make it a cool decade- if you people can't stay the F…
 
Socially distanced but not anti-social! We are legion, for we are many... just stay the fuck six feet away. Postponed events? Yes, us too. We commiserate but stay optimistic. Art says we sound tinny but the hipsters among us will say it's "lo-fi indie" like our early stuff before we signed to a major label. We talk virtual races, FKT attempts and h…
 
Times they are a changing, but the trails are still there. The Cultra Crew gets together, well not exactly together, as we practice social distancing in the studio. Then Becky comes up with several Cultrivia questions for Fred. Do you know the answers? We also announce our new weekly contest, The Cultra Social Distance Challenge! Post up a run on t…
 
Stacey Clark takes over from Colorado and does a one on one interview with Joshua Stevens. Joshua shares the very raw and real story of his life, which involved the special forces, injury, addiction, and a love for animals and nature. Having lived through these struggles, Joshua has a new, deep, and profound appreciation for life, which has now led…
 
This week's episode finds the crew sitting down with Glastonbury's Shan Riggs, fresh off a stunning 15-hour 100-mile performance in the desert of Las Vegas. What makes Shan go? The crew asks pointed questions and receives pointed answers. They also all deep dive into the coronavirus and its impact on running events around the world. Some mild 4% ta…
 
This episode we talk, and we talk and talk some more, mostly about Fred’s FOMO at the Colchester Half (and Art and Becky’s double half and even one guy that did the triple half; looking in Tony Bonnano’s general direction), we get real with Seasonal Affective Disorder, and what the F is wrong with the marathon and USATF for that matter and just gen…
 
Disclaimer: this episode barely talks about Western States, maybe some Golden Ticket shit but we put that in the title because this will make people download it or something, and new listeners we love you (allegedly). We jackass around for a bit before landing on our preferred topic of the night: Tribalism (and take a deep deep dive into that). You…
 
Whoosh! That's the sound of George Daniels passing you at your last race, and if you've been running the trails here in CT the last few years, good chance you've heard that whoosh and seen the man pass you at some point. Don't worry it's happened to all of us. George sits down and explains where he came from and what he was doing the previous 56 ye…
 
'ello governor! Today we venture across the ol' pond to jolly England and Scotland for a bit of a field trip with the one and only LSE. We get serious for a moment, then we remember who we are and well, that's all right. The greatest benefactor the podcast has ever known (as well as my favorite triathlete ever), Peggy Byram sits down with us to tal…
 
It’s that time of the week again- I swear this is a very special episode. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry and you’ll do everything in between. We have the lovely Carly Eisley in studio this week to talk about adventures, racing (she's a 10+ year vet in this sport, people) and life and how all three merge and the beauty and wonder of it all. Ups, downs and…
 
Here we go with yet another installment of the pod my peoples! And just like that, the CULTRA Crew grows! We asked Fred Murolo of he’d like to go steady with us and he said YES! Then Becky made it really awkward and gave him a ring. So there’s that. But what did we talk about? A lot of jackassing to be honest. But some timely facts (possibly) and s…
 
CULTRA is a podcast about... welp, tonight... we're about nothing. We just jackass around the whole show. Literally just that. Jackassing. We attempt to approach a point, but hey man- squirrels. Art's buddy Al stops by, John Coctostan and Close Talker make appearances as well. If you get those references, you'll do just fine. Jimmy manages to offen…
 
What's good CULTRA Nation? You ready to start training again? Yeah me either. But in the meantime, let's get dirty with some training talk- Jimmy's got Boston coming up and his heart rate data is off the chain, let's troll his ass on Strava. Speaking of Strava, stout group out there, keep it up gang. Art went to Nashville and got busy, and when I s…
 
This episode features a one on one interview with 79 year old Barry Stoner. We hear what it was like to be a high school track runner in the time of Rodger Bannister, but we also talk about so much more than running. Barry has lived a purposeful and interesting life traveling the US in an airplane that he built himself. What was it like to serve in…
 
We sit down for a talk with The Revered Run, Will Fisher. Fresh off a finish at Wasatch 100 in Utah, we dissect running and spirituality and when (and if) the two ever meet. We go in-depth into Will's former life as an elite oarsman and how he entered this wacky world of endurance running. Hint: the two are related. Stay tuned! Without giving too m…
 
This is a one on one interview with Ultra runner Sean Greaney. Sean grew up in CT and has run extensively in the White Mountains and now lives in Seattle with his wife Sara. He is a true outdoors-man, who just loves playing in the mountains. Sean and I have some history as we have traveled a few hundred miles together on the trails, including the C…
 
Disclaimer: Art wrote the title for the podcast this week, I have nothing to do with it. Wanted to name it "Lottery Season: It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Statesmas" or "A Decade (Almost!) Under the Influence" but here we are. My view of Western States is very much a western view, allegedly. Let's get into TACOS! That's right, it was the 2nd Ann…
 
Hey gang, how's it been? We've had a busy few weeks and we're ahead of the curve in terms of providing you with excellent, up-to-date ultra coverage here in New England and beyond... actually I don't know if that's true and I don't care because we got a ton of phone calls to the CULTRA Karaoke line last week! Party in the USA my dudes and dudettes!…
 
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