Episode 67 Rebecca Rusch- Be Good: It’s who you discover you are along the way

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Rebecca Rusch has been a pioneer in the gravel riding world, having established one of, if not THE premier gravel event, Rebecca’s Private Idaho, which here in 2020 actually took place digitally.  Bringing us along for her journey over the last 15 years, Rebecca has managed to take 7 World Championships, write a Best-Selling book, win an Emmy for her film “Blood Road”, win Leadville 100 four times, ride a mountain bike like a boss so as to be inducted into the mountain bike hall of fame, and so much more. 
We sat down with Rebecca to talk about her journeys around the world, how she got into endurance sports, and why she has a Ukulele hanging on her living room wall. This is a fantastic interview as we go a bit deep into her “Be Good” trademark, and how she handles adversity- like getting lost 30 minutes into a  7 day navigational race….. in Alaska…. in the winter….
Rebecca holds nothing back, as we dive a bit into what makes her tick, and how you can build your own grit and resiliency. #JoinTheRusch
U.S. Olympic Cyclist Amber Neben joins us as well to talk about BaseCamp, which she & Rebecca will be a part of the world-class coaches on duty this winter, along with previous SSCT guest Tim Cusick, and yours truly.
This is a fantastic episode, which I hope you enjoy listening to, as much as I had recording it! Remember to Like, Review, & Subscribe!
Be sure to follow Rebecca & sign up for BaseCamp, which starts November 30th!
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Menachem Brodie

Menachem Brodie

Coaching since 2000, Menachem Brodie has been working with athletes in a number of settings, and a broad variety of sports.

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