Former Marine Corps officer and now-retired DEA Supervisory
Field Agent, George Hood, shares his insights, mindset, and
training regimen that has lead him to 13 world records and 16 world
record attempts, including his latest 8hour, 10 minute and
10-second Guinness World Record for Planking at age 62.
Andy Kern describes his adventures and misadventures sneaking
into some of the nation’s most prestigious sporting events. Andy
has managed to sneak, finagle or talk his way into marquee venues,
including the Kentucky Derby, the Atlanta Summer Olympics, Oracle
Arena, and the Espy Awards.
Sky Hoyt gave up fast food in 1968 (a year before man set foot
on the moon) when he started working at a Berkeley, CA vegetarian
cafe, during the beginning of the counter-culture and back to land
movements in Northern California. Now 50 years into his
no-fast-food fast, Sky looks back at the challenges, the benefits
Kathryn Kellogg discusses her unexpected path
to pursuing a zero waste lifestyle. Originally moved to eliminate
plastics from her life following a breast cancer scare, Kathryn
developed a lifestyle that has saved her money, reduced her waste
stream and improved her health. She shares her journey with Dave
and Marc, on...
The How Does That Happen Podcast spotlights the craziest record holders, wannabe-record holders and should-be record holders. Co-hosts Marc Yaffee and Dave Mencarelli interview men and women who’ve claimed some of the most unusual records and highlight people whose “achievements” aren’t in any record books but should be. From a mother of four competitive eating champion to a Minnesota man trying to become the worst rated Uber driver, the How Does That Happen podcast is two regular guys interviewing not so regular people.