For anyone needing inspiration to smash a PB this year, the story of the 2022 AWMM 40-44 Age Group World Champion is one to behold. The race was only Gary Laybourne's fourth marathon, and he came home in a stellar 2:21:07 - it's a privilege to hear from him on this week's Marathon Talk, as he shares his background in triathlon, and the training that helped him fulfil his potential. Also in episode 9, it's time to build patient progress in February if you're lining up an April race, we cover some record breaking news from two incredible Aussies, and mull over a shocking start to the recent Valencia 10k. In this episode of Marathon Talk: 0:00 - Cold running essentials, the shocking start to Valencia's recent 10k, two Australian women's new records, and much more 17:20 - Training Talk, covering the lead up to a spring race with a look at how your February, March and April should be shaping up and where to focus 25:30 - A conversation with the AWMM Age Group World Champion, Gary Laybourne about his remarkable entry into the marathon scene, charitable work with Coach Core, and specific sessions that help him maximise his potential 48:40 - Rounding up the episode with a look at the new Majors magazine Marathon Talk is proudly powered by Abbott World Marathon Majors, who create, build and support opportunities for all to discover the power of the marathon community. Learn more at https://www.worldmarathonmajors.com/
After watching the documentary, Breaking Three Hours: Trailblazing African-American Women Marathoners, we were thrilled to welcome the creator, Tony Reed, who is the founder of the National Black Marathoners Association (NBMA). The NBMA is the country's oldest and largest, not-for-profit organization of Black American distance runners. The objectives are to encourage Black Americans and others to pursue a healthy life-style through long distance running and walking and serve as a vehicle for Black American distance runners across the nation to meet in mass at a single marathon. Tony shares why he wrote and directed the award-winning documentary, which is now streaming on Amazon Prime. Unbelievably, at the time of the creation of the documentary in 2022, only nine African American women had broken three hours in the marathon. The documentary shares the stories of these incredible trailblazing women: 1. Marilyn Bevans (1975 at Boston (2:55:52) 1979 Boston Marathon (2:49:56) 2. Ella Willis-Glaze 1981 Detroit Free Press Marathon (2:59:29) 1989 Detroit Free Press Marathon (2:38:22) 3. Michele Bush-Cuke 1981 Avon Marathon (2:39:07) 1991 CA International Marathon (2:37:41) 4. Michele Tiff-Hill 1980 Fiesta Bowl Marathon (2:57:14) 1983 Sri Chinmoy Marathon (2:50:19) 5. Ingrid Eugenia Walters 2014 Chicago Marathon (2:54:58) 2019 Los Angeles Marathon (2:48:03) 6. Alisa Harvey 1999 Richmond Marathon (2:49:28) 7. Samia Akbar 2006 New York City Marathon (2:34:14) 8. Sika Henry 2020 Tidewater Striders Marathon (2:57:13) 9. Shawanna White 2011 Kiawah Island Marathon (2:55:30) 2018 One City Marathon (2:45:19) In addition to discussing the documentary, Tony shares more about his own record-setting accomplishments, why representation is so important, and how the running community can better support African American marathoners to ensure more than a handful of women break three hours and beyond in the marathon. Tony can be found on instagram at www.instagram.com/tonyreedcpa. Follow him and the NBMA at www.instagram.com/blackmarathoners. Check out Breaking Three on Prime Video! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/runfartherandfaster/message
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It's a new year, and Marathon Talk is starting strong with a record-holding star whose standout performance in Chicago set the US marathon record - Emily Sisson. This episode is PERFECT for shaking off the post-Christmas dust, as we hear from Emily how she trains to achieve her stunning results, and Martin & Deena run through how to pick a running plan that works for you! All this, and more on Sydney's push to secure Kipchoge for their 2024 race, a beloved Boston canine spectator, and the close of the Age Group World Rankings. In this episode of Marathon Talk: 0:00 - Rounding up the winter break, news on Sydney's 2024 race, and the Spencer the Golden Retriever's latest battle 13:30 - Training talk; how to find a training plan that works for you, whatever event you're planning to build up to 33:00 - US record-holder Emily Sisson on owning your training plan, how to uphold good habits, her staggering Chicago run, and buildup to the Boston Half 1:02:30 - Closing out the show with some final tips on maintaining motivation in the dark, cold, rainy months Marathon Talk is proudly powered by Abbott World Marathon Majors, who create, build and support opportunities for all to discover the power of the marathon community. Learn more at https://www.worldmarathonmajors.com/
Jamie is a Chicago runner, a mom of three, and a GumboFit captain. She began running in 2020 on her journey to living a healthy and full life. Jamie advocates using running as a form of self-care and encourages others to incorporate running as a tool to create a healthier lifestyle. Since joining the running community, she has completed three Marathons, including the Chicago Marathon in 2021 and 2022 and the Indianapolis Marathon in 2022. Jamie recently completed a year-long run streak to celebrate her milestone birthday. She celebrated with an EPIC 3.5 mile run through the Beverly neighborhood surrounded by her family, friends, and runners from many of Chicago's run crews. She is continuing her run streak, for now. Find her on Instagram @runnotesbyjamie + @jamie_caston Hosted by Courtney Phillips @courtneynphillips & Ian Gonzalez @acoolthought. Intro by producer Dini - @dinibeats. Podcast edited by Jerami Watson - @teezythegreat (twitter) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/therunnersclubpodcast/message
Today on the podcast, I have the one and only Conner Mantz. This is an interview I've been wanting to make happen for a while. Conner has one of the brightest futures for the US distance runner and has already accomplished so much in his short professional career so far. Conner won back-to-back NCAA XC titles in 2020 and 2021, cementing himself as one of the greatest American NCAA runners of all time. In 2022, Conner did what few runners have ever done in the same year, compete at the highest level in a short event like the 5k and a long event like the marathon. Conner placed 4th in the 5k at USAs and then a few months later ran 2:08:16 at the Chicago Marathon, the fastest debut marathon ever by an American. This conversation is a deep dive into Conner's career, from his early curiosity of the sport to the present day, where he is eyeing a big race at this weekend's Chevron Houston Half Marathon. We discuss Conner's upbringing in the sport, his two NCAA titles representing BYU, signing with Nike, how much his faith means to him, and of course, the classic Gordon Ramsay question. Hearing Conner's inspiring story will motivate you to chase after your goals. Whether you're a seasoned runner or just starting out, you'll find something to relate to and learn from in this episode. I'm very confident that you'll find something valuable in this episode. Enjoy the podcast? Please consider subscribing and giving us a five-star review on Spotify & Apple Podcasts! I would also appreciate it if you share it with your friend who you think will benefit from it. The podcast graphic was done by the talented: Xavier Gallo. S H O W N O T E S -Conner's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/connermantz/?hl=en -Our Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/therunningeffect/?hl=en -Goodr Sunnies: https://goodr.com/collections/top-sellers --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dominic-schlueter/message
In this episode of Run with Fitpage, we have the race director of India's largest race, the Tata Mumbai Marathon - Hugh Jones. Vikas and Hugh discuss all about Hugh's running journey and TMM 2023, along with some important pieces of advice for the runners from Hugh.Hugh Jones is a retired British long-distance runner. He was born in London and attended Latymer Upper School in Hammersmith, where he began competing in long-distance running both for the school and for Ranelagh Harriers, and the University of Liverpool. In 1982 Jones became the first Welshman to win the London Marathon, finishing in a time of 2:09:24. Two years later he finished 12th in the men's marathon of the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles with a time of 2:13:57. In 1983 he finished a close second to Joseph Nzau in the Chicago Marathon. In 1983 Hugh Jones won the Stockholm Marathon with a time of 2:11:37, for twenty years the course record. He won it again in 1992 (2:15:58) was second in 1993 (2:17:29) and seventh in 1994 (2:18:20). His personal best is 2:09:24, set in London 1982. Jones became the Secretary of the Association of International Marathons and Distance Races (AIMS) in July 1996, succeeding Andy Galloway. Jones currently holds this position as well as the editorship of AIMS' Distance Running magazine which he started in 2000. Jones was president of the Road Runners Club from 2007 to 2011.Vikas hosts this weekly podcast and enjoys nerding over-exercise physiology, nutrition, and endurance sport in general. He aims to get people to get out and 'move'. When he is not working, he is found running, almost always. He can be found on nearly all social media channels but Instagram is preferred:)Reach out to Vikas:Instagram: @vikas_singhhLinkedIn: Vikas SinghTwitter: @vikashsingh1010
In this episode, Joe and Erich reflect on 2022 and their direction in 2023. For a portion of this conversation, we take a step back to go over how the previous few years felt stagnant to lay the groundwork for the reemergence that started in late 2022. Around the middle of 2022, starting live streams with Joe since he moved to Nashville began to shift momentum. Erich continues to push himself psychically with runs and rides, which has led to a commitment to run in the Chicago Marathon in 2023. One big driving factor was the book The Comfort Crisis. The book's core is to get yourself more comfortable with the uncomfortable. From there, we see what Joe explores with his master's and Ph.D. We must zoom out and look at human culture, be critical, and ask what is working. Joe believes that each of us should aspire to aim for something greater. Meaning the goal should be aspirational. The likelihood you will accomplish the goal is small, but in setting the bar, you may embody the goal you set for yourself. Erich's Marathon Sponsor is Our Lady of Angels. https://secure.qgiv.com/event/teamola2023/account/1402109 Team Our Lady of the Angels will be running in the 2023 Bank of America Chicago Marathon to support the Mission of Our Lady of the Angels! Mission of Our Lady of the Angels is a Catholic outreach to those in need in W. Humboldt Park, Chicago- one of the most challenged neighborhoods in the US. The Mission feeds about 3000 families a month. Show Notes: (00:00) Intro (06:24) Applying to Grad School (15:17) Getting Help from the VA (20:02) Applying to Vanderbilt in 2021 (24:21) Settling into Nashville (26:05) A Lack of Momentum in 2021 (29:53) Re Learning How to Learn (32:25) How to Stay Sane (37:52) AI Art (41:55) Chicago Marathon 2023 (44:53) Finding the Spark (47:03) The Comfort Crisis (52:09) What Does Next Year Training Look Like (55:23) Supplements (59:57) Joe's Conference and talking about your interests (1:04:31) Five Years of Podcasting (1:06:27) Pushing Your Boundaries (1:08:58) Everyone Has 600,000 Hours (1:10:09) What is Enlightenment? (1:13:50) Constructing a Value System (1:18:54) Diving into Films (1:20:02) The Rescue (1:22:46) Updating Humanities Value System (1:29:40) Imaging a Life Worth Living --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/feedingcuriosity/support
Jake Fedorowski is a true example of being the change you want to see. A runner and board of directors member with the Seattle Frontrunners, Jake committed to stop running in any races that didn't have a non-binary race division. They went further by creating a guide to non-binary inclusion in running and then made it available for free to any race director looking to make their race more inclusive. They also continue to work as a consultant in their spare time to several races, including the Chicago Marathon, to help teams through the process. Jake is kind, confident, giving and honest, and they are using all these skills and more to make running a space where everyone can be comfortable, safe, and truly themselves.
You don't need to have set personal best times this year to find a success story, and it's those success stories that'll help drive you to glory in 2023. The year's end marks a wonderful time for Martin and Deena to look back over 2022, and help you use your highlights, achievements, struggles and ambitions to plan for a marvellous year ahead! In this episode of Marathon Talk: 7:30: How Deena reflected on her performances during her most successful seasons 10:45: The questions you should ask yourself to extract the most value from the past year 26:15: Projecting forward and setting your sights on success in 2023 31:20: A very special 6 Questions for a 6 Star Finisher 32:50: Highlighting the staggering number of national records set this year, and wrapping up the running year Marathon Talk is proudly powered by Abbott World Marathon Majors, who create, build and support opportunities for all to discover the power of the marathon community. Learn more at https://www.worldmarathonmajors.com/
We're off for the holidays but we didn't want to leave your podcast feed empty this week so here's a recent conversation that Kyle Merber and I had with PUMA Elite's Patrick Tiernan and Fiona O'Keeffe while at The Running Event in Austin, Texas. They're fantastic leaders on the up and coming team based in North Carolina that is coached by Alistair and Amy Cragg. Tiernan sat down with us just two months after running 2:11:02 in his marathon debut at the Chicago Marathon. Fiona has put together a strong year that was highlighted by a 67:42 half marathon in Houston and her first national title at the U.S. 10-Mile Championships in October. She was also the top PUMA woman in their win at Sound Running's Cross Champs, which was the day after we recorded this. SUPPORT THE SPONSORS TRACKSMITH: Running in cold weather requires thoughtful layers and Tracksmith's Fells Collection is a Citius favorite. During the month of December, visit tracksmith.com/citius and use code “CITIUSMAG” at checkout for free shipping and to support Achilles International – Their mission break down barriers to race start lines and empower the disability community to cross the finish line. VELOUS is an active recovery footwear brand designed to help you restore, revive & re-energize before and after you train. Two years in development, this team has created the world's most comfortable, supportive and lightweight active recovery shoe in the world. Get 20% off using code CitiusMag20 GARMIN: Music. Training. Data. The Garmin Forerunner 245 Music is my favorite running partner. You do the running. This GPS running smartwatch does the thinking. It even gets to know you and your body better, mile after mile and song after song. Get one for yourself here >> https://bit.ly/3Pcu0qo FINAL SURGE: If you are a coach, Final Surge makes planning and analyzing workouts simple and helps streamline communication with your athletes. Final Surge is also here to offer up some world-class training programs. Check out their offerings today: FINALSURGE.COM – USE CODE CITIUS FOR 10% OFF. HOW TO SUPPORT THE PODCAST
Success isn't earned by deep pockets, but by heart, determination and mindset. Such is the winning mentality of Commonwealth gold medallist, JohnBoy Smith. Recalling his call-up for Team GB in Tokyo and some of the greatest challenges he's overcome, JohnBoy joins us for a fascinating discussion in the latest episode of Marathon Talk. We also take a look at the fastest ever 2nd half run in Valencia, the scintillating European Cross Country race in Turin, and how Boston is set to tee up a clash of the titans between Kipchoge and Chebet. In this episode of Marathon Talk: 0:00 - Adverse weather running and England's recent world cup woes 6:00 - Rounding up Valencia's fastest ever second half, and the exhilarating European Cross Country in Turin 20:05 - Team GB's JohnBoy Smith on winning Commonwealth Gold, finding sources of drive & inspiration, and accessibility for budding young wheelchair athletes 53:30 - 6 Q's with a 6 Star Finisher, and preparing to reflect on 2022 Marathon Talk is proudly powered by Abbott World Marathon Majors, who create, build and support opportunities for all to discover the power of the marathon community. Learn more at https://www.worldmarathonmajors.com/
"It was just that moment in time where somebody saw something and wanted to help me and give back. And I try to do that with other people, too, because if I hadn't been in that situation, I don't know what I'd be doing now." Imagine getting to travel the world, attending major marathon race weekends and helping share the stories of the athletes, the races, and the people who make these events so special. That's the reality for Lorna Campbell, as the Head of Communications for Abbott World Marathon Majors, the race series comprised of the New York City Marathon, Boston Marathon, Chicago Marathon, London Marathon, Tokyo Marathon, and Berlin Marathon. In this conversation, Lorna — who is originally from Scotland, lives in Rhode Island, and has a very cute story of how she met her husband at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics — talks about how she got this job, what her role entails, and all the jobs she had in various sports before making her way to the running industry. Plus, her reflections on her first year of motherhood (she's mom to one-year-old Harris), her feelings on the allure of the six-star challenge, and her take on the state of the running industry and running community right now. SPONSORS: UCAN: Click here and use code ALI for 20% off your next UCAN order. Vuori: Click here for 20% off your first Vuori purchase. St. Jude Rock ‘n' Roll Nashville: Use code ONTHERUN10 for $10 off your registration for this year's races, taking place April 22–23. What you'll get on this episode: Lorna reflects on her first year of motherhood, and life as a newlywed (3:30) The very sweet story of how Lorna met her now-husband at the Olympics (7:45) What young Lorna was like, and how her childhood shaped her future (9:50) Lorna shares her career highlight reel (16:45) Who's in Lorna's village? (19:50) How Lorna got her job as head of communications with Abbott World Marathon Majors (24:00) What Lorna's job entails on the day to day, and during race weekends (29:00) All about the World Marathon Majors six-star challenge, and how it's evolved during Lorna's time with the organization (35:40) How Lorna found running and became a runner — and why she still has a hard time calling herself a runner (42:50) How Lorna's relationship with running has changed since having her son (48:00) Which of the six World Marathon Majors Lorna would most like to run (56:55) Lorna's take on the state of the running industry and running community right now (1:00:45) Follow Lorna: Instagram @lornasportelle Twitter @LornaC1982 Follow Ali: Instagram @aliontherun1 Join the Facebook group Twitter @aliontherun1 Support on Patreon Subscribe to the newsletter Blog Strava SUPPORT the Ali on the Run Show! If you're enjoying the show, please subscribe and leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts. Spread the run love. And if you liked this episode, share it with your friends!
This episode talks about inclusivity in the wellness space. Fitness leader, Nikkia Young, shares her experience in a marginalized body in the running and yoga community, we unpack body positivity and if it is helpful or harmful, and how to reframe your relationship with fitness. Introducing Nikkia Rae and inclusivity in the wellness space [02:14]Issues in the wellness space [12:56]Unpacking body positivity and body neutrality [22:29]How to reframe your relationship with fitness [43:20]Nikkia Rae lives in Richmond, VA where she is part of a supportive running community. She coaches new walkers and runners in 5k, 8k, 10k and half marathon distances. She has recently served as the President and Treasurer of the Richmond Road Runners Club where she is also a race director. Nikkia represents a myriad of amazing companies such as SaltStick, ProCompression, SPIBelt, and Fitness Protection Program. To date, she has completed 27 half marathons and 4 full marathons. Her top accomplishments so far are PRing the Chicago Marathon in 2018. When she is not training for her next road race she is a financial analyst, an active volunteer for her beloved sorority (Alpha Sigma Alpha), and dog mom to a cute basset beagle mix named Ranger. Instagram:@nikkiaryoung @talkingpointswithkiaraePodcast: Talking Points with Kia RaeFollow Holly on Instagram and check out her offerings online.Episode sponsored by Connect Wellness. Connect Wellness empowers people with tools to connect with themselves, others, and the present moment.Be wise-- sign up to be the first to know what's next!
Professional runner Maegan Krifchin wanted to make the 2022 NYC Marathon an epic day. A native of Long Island, the Atlanta Track Club runner visualized bettering her 2:30 PR (2021 Chicago Marathon) while also breaking the 2:30 barrier, cracking the top 10, and shining her brightest on November 6. That did not happen, and it was heartbreaking. But it led Meagan on a marathon adventure that would see her run the Philadelphia Marathon two weeks later, on November 20, almost grabbing the win, and then CIM in Sacramento, California, two weeks after that, on December 4. Along the way, Maegan realized the importance of shaking things up, being playful among the seriousness of big pursuits, and how going after wild goals can reignite your ambitions. She also got that sub-2:30 PR, at CIM! Maegan tells her story in her own voice. Follow Meagan on Instagram: @mkrifchin Lean more about Maegan in our live interview, also featuring Marilyn Bevans, recorded just before the 2022 Boston Marathon: LIVE EVENT: Marilyn Bevans & Maegan Krifchin, Celebrating 50 Years of Women Running Boston, Officially; hosted by Strides Forward & Run Father & Faster podcasts Also mentioned in this episode: Hillary Allen: An Unbreakable Will Ways to keep up with Women's Running Stories Our website: womensrunningstories.com Instagram: @womensrunningstories Twitter: @womenrunstories Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Eboni Scott, Yaneyra Pellascini, and Jennifer Chinchilla join the show's Host, (me) Run Coach Alli, on the podcast. In today's episode, we had quite the tripod chat of women discussing everything related to the 2022 Chicago Marathon, the 2022 TCS NYC Marathon, and how these three women have empowered each other and other women in the community through RUNNING! FUN FACT: All three women are running in the 2023 Berlin Marathon in SEPTEMBER! I get to dance with them AGAIN! And I could not be more excited to guide them to their starting line.On today's episode, we discuss:The top three things each of these ladies love most about running and the running community.The experience training for the 2022 Chicago Marathon and The 2022 TCS NYC Marathon and running it!The ways Peloton has enabled them to leverage the platform to build an empowering community of women who empower each other to run and better their lives with the sport.Tips and tricks for nailing your first or next marathon, from training to the finish line!AND SO MUCH MORE!We shared laughs, shed tears, and cherished a friendship of a lifetime with these extraordinary ladies on the show. I am honored to be a part of their ongoing journey. I can't wait to continue to see what transpires from their collective enthusiasm, accountability, and support for each other and others in and out of the sport of running. They are AMAZING!If you enjoyed this episode and want to hear more content like this episode here today, please share your thoughts in the comments under the show notes. You can also email me at email@example.com with your ideas! I love hearing from you. On RUNWITHALLI LIVE, my mission is to provide a platform and community that gives a voice to the everyday RUNNER! Don't forget to head to Apple Podcasts to support the show and tap on the "+Follow" button! Your support allows me to understand better what you enjoy and dislike and find the time and resources needed to push every new episode LIVE!Thank you for listening!Connect with Eboni Scott on Instagram here!Connect with Yaneyra Pellascini on Instagram here!Connect with Jennifer Chinchilla on Instagram here! Support the show
Gina Little is a true inspiration, and a lesson in longevity, having achieved her 6 Star Finisher's medal at 77 years young! She carries with her the true spirit of the sport, and stories of such a strong running community. We hear from Gina having completed her 602nd marathon, plus a roundup of stories including the life-saving marathoner, an intriguing sub-3:30 time set while chain smoking, and how to use cross country in your spring marathon build up. In this episode of Marathon Talk: 0:00 - Deena's recent Mammoth Turkey Trot, and the World Cup rivalry across the pond 7:30 - A roundup of a remarkable chain smoking marathoner, real life superhero saving two lives in the Monterey Half Marathon, a huge incident in Troy, and how to use cross country in your marathon prep 21:20 - The oldest 6 Star Finisher, Gina Little, on her 600+ marathons, affinity to London's race, and the secrets to her longevity 51:10 - 6 questions for a 6 Star Finisher, and looking forward to the holidays with the 12-day Christmas Tree running challenge Marathon Talk is proudly powered by Abbott World Marathon Majors, who create, build and support opportunities for all to discover the power of the marathon community. Learn more at https://www.worldmarathonmajors.com/
OUR OFFICIAL ORTHOPEDIC SURGEON OFTHE NETWORK...Discussing Sports Injuries....Dr. Christopher S. Lee is a board certified orthopaedic surgeon specializing in sports medicine, arthroscopy, joint and cartilage preservation as well as shoulder and knee replacements. He is the team physician for the USA National Indoor Volleyball Team and will be traveling with the team to Tokyo for the 2020 Summer Olympics.Born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts, Dr. Lee attended Tufts University where he received awards for both academic and artistic achievements. While in college, he had the unique opportunity of studying abroad in China where he studied Mandarin Chinese and Chinese Literature at Peking University.After graduating Tufts, Dr. Lee subsequently attended the Tufts University School of Medicine where he participated in the MD/MBA program. After completing the Tufts Combined Residency in Orthopaedic Surgery, he then received his fellowship training at the San Diego Arthroscopy and Sports Medicine Fellowship where he trained with international pioneers in sports medicine, arthroscopy and shoulder replacement surgery. As a fellow, he served as an assistant team physician for the San Diego State University Aztecs and the San Diego Padres Major League Baseball team. He is presently team physician for the USA National Indoor Volleyball Team, Rock N' Roll Sports Medicine, and Crescenta Valley High School. Dr. Lee has a longtime commitment to running. A track athlete in high school, he transitioned to distance running over the years and completed the Philadelphia Marathon in 2007, the Boston Marathon in 2008 and 2010 and the Chicago Marathon in 2013. As a healthcare provider, he has served as a member of the Rock 'n' Roll Marathon Series Medical Team since 2012. He presently has a passion for running, golf, volleyball, basketball and football. A violinist since the age of 4, Dr. Lee has traveled internationally to Europe and South America to give both solo and ensemble performances. He attended the Tanglewood Music Institute on scholarship during the summer of 1996 and continued his musical studies while at Tufts, winning the University Concerto Competition in 1998 and 2001. He has been the fortunate recipient of the Jacob Swartz Young Artist Award for solo performance and the Eugene Lehner Chamber Music Award as a member of the Rackwick Quartet.Dr. Lee has several research interests and has published in major orthopaedic journals and presented at national meetings. He currently has active projects in ACL reconstruction, shoulder replacement surgery, shoulder arthroscopy, overhead athletes, post-operative pain management, MRI, meniscus repair and biceps pathology.
This week's guest is Sister Stephanie Baliga, a former division one cross-country runner at the University of Illinois, now a Franciscan Sister of the Eucharist, who is also known as the running nun. She heads a charity team that runs in the Chicago Marathon every year — and has raised over $1 million for a inner city food pantry.
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This week's guest is Sister Stephanie Baliga, a former division one cross-country runner at the University of Illinois, now a Franciscan Sister of the Eucharist, who is also known as the running nun. She heads a charity team that runs in the Chicago Marathon every year — and has raised over $1 million for an inner city food pantry.
Meet Nikkia Young. Nikkia is breaking barriers as a runner!She lives in Richmond, VA, where is part of a supportive running community. She coaches new walkers and runners in 5K., 8k, and half marathon distances. She has served as the President and Treasurer of the Richmond Road Runners Club where she is also a race director. Nikkia represents a myriad of amazing companies such as SaltStick, ProCompression, SPIBelt, and Fitness Protection Program.To date she has completed 27 half marathons, and 4 full marathons. Her top accomplishments so far is PRing the Chicago Marathon in 2018. When she is not training for her next road race she is a financial analyst, an active volunteer for her beloved sorority (Alpha Sigma Alpha) and dog mom to a cute basset beagle mix named Ranger. In this episode, we talk about how she is breaking barriers as a plus size runner and a woman of color. And her story on how she started running will surprise you. Lots of laughs in the episode. CONNECT WITH NIKKIA:WEBSITEINSTAGRAMIf you like this episode, please be sure to check out Season 3 Women's Running Series at https://ella-go.com/listen
"Picture yourself as the eye of the hurricane, the eye of the storm. You have all this going on around you, but it doesn't affect you." It was a big year for Emily Sisson! The professional runner for New Balance broke not one but two records! In May, Emily became the American record holder in the half marathon, running 1:07:11 at the USATF Half Marathon Championships in Indianapolis. Then, in October, she finished the Chicago Marathon in 2:18:29, effectively becoming the American record holder in the 26.2-mile distance. Now, Emily has her eyes on 2023. She'll race the Houston Half Marathon in January, she's committed to a spring marathon (can't say which one yet!), and she's hoping to run a fall marathon to complete the year. Today, in the span of 26 questions, Emily talks about how life has (or hasn't) changed this year, shares what she's excited about and intrigued by, and talks about her favorite and hardest races to date. Photo by Kevin Morris SPONSOR: Tracksmith. Click here and use code ALI22 to get free shipping. Plus, Tracksmith will donate 5% of your purchase proceeds to The Trevor Project. For more from Emily, check out: Emily Sisson, Sara Hall, & Emma Bates on Episode 490 of the Ali on the Run Show Emily Sisson & Shane Quinn on Episode 479 of the Ali on the Run Show Emily Sisson on Episode 394 of the Ali on the Run Show Emily Sisson on Episode 234 of the Ali on the Run Show Emily Sisson on Episode 169 of the Ali on the Run Show Follow Emily: Instagram @em_sisson_ Twitter @em_sisson Follow Ali: Instagram @aliontherun1 Join the Facebook group Twitter @aliontherun1 Support on Patreon Blog Strava SUPPORT the Ali on the Run Show! If you're enjoying the show, please subscribe and leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts. Spread the run love. And if you liked this episode, share it with your friends!
This episode of For Your Run gave Blaire and Shawn a chance to chat about life, training and running with Tiffany. Coming back to so many things postpartum presents many challenges and Tiffany talks about the unexpected benefits of stroller miles, the value focusing on recovery, and her plans moving forward. Oh, and Tiffany also gives her thoughts on a favorite topic of Blaire and Shawn's... Christmas Halftime. Blaire and Shawn also give a brief look into how their Chicago Marathon experience was. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
NYC Marathon 2022 finishers, Mike Brown and Crystal Rosales join us with their take on the big day as first timers. Mike Brown is a 10x Marathoner Mike Brown found his passion and love for running well after high school and college. What initially started as a means to stay active turned into something much more. It is now his way of life. Mike's time as a Nike Run Club Pacer has fueled one of his now life goals. That is to help share that same joy and benefits he receives from the sport to others in the community as Lead Program Director w/ GumboFit. (@mikeb_runnin) Crystal Rosales is a Chicago runner, lululemon ambassador and GRC Run Club run lead. After running Hood To Coast and the Chicago Marathon earlier this year, she ended race season with the most difficult of them all, the New York City Marathon. This was a bumpy training season for her, but the marathon continues to be Crystal's favorite distance. (@crystal.rosales) Hosted by Courtney Phillips @courtneynphillips & Ian Gonzalez @acoolthought. Intro by producer Dini - @dinibeats. Podcast edited by Jerami Watson - @teezythegreat (twitter) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/therunnersclubpodcast/message
The TCS New York City Marathon is not an easy run at the best of times, but this year's race gave us some outstanding performances amid the gruelling, humid conditions. One man who'll attest to the difficulty is this week's podcast guest, the fantastic Ben Wickham - Director of Creative Output at Sky Sports! We hear from him about his running journey, the holistic pleasures of marathoning, and how we can tell better stories within the sport. Elsewhere, we round up the best performances from that race, a cracking fundraising debut for Ashton Kutcher, and the curious cheating tale of a tram-travelling policeman… In this episode of Marathon Talk: 0:00 - Breaking down Deena's commentating experience in NYC, and top performances from that humid race 25:30 - The most bizarre marathon cheating stories 30:15 - Ben Wickham on the holistic pleasures of marathoning, what makes NYC a gruelling route, and how we can better tell the compelling stories of marathon runners 58:00 - This week's 6 questions for a 6 Star Finisher Marathon Talk is proudly powered by Abbott World Marathon Majors, who create, build and support opportunities for all to discover the power of the marathon community. Learn more at https://www.worldmarathonmajors.com/
Susanna Sullivan is back on the show today for the post NYC Marathon podcast series. Susanna ran the Chicago Marathon and also the 5k the day before the NYC Marathon. She was recently on the show for episode 396 after she finished 3rd at Grandma's Marathon in a time of 2:26:56. Susanna ran in the ... more »
Episode 83! Brookie takes us on a journey through the streets of Chicago as she reminisces on the Chicago Marathon last month. She also shares with us what she has learned from Scripture and how to lock in better sleep habits to combat insomnia. We take a deep dive into God's heart and take a little dose of Magnesium L-Threonate. Sit back, relax, and get you pens ready!For more subscribe to Write it Down Podcast on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWIMoYMvwlFBNitupGWDumwScripture used in today's episode Ezra: https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Ezra%201&version=NIVNehemiah: https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Nehemiah%201&version=NIVIsaiah 45:1-4 https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=isaiah+45&version=NIVSupplements suggested: Primally Pure Skincare (use code "widpod" for 10% off), Magnesium L-Threonate (https://www.metagenics.com/mag-l-threonate)Follow us on Instagram: @widpodSupport us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/writeitdown
You can get his book here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08XK9JSTH?tag=onamzchefajsh-20&linkCode=ssc&creativeASIN=B08XK9JSTH&asc_item-id=amzn1.ideas.1GNPDCAG4A86S&ref_=aip_sf_list_spv_ofs_mixed_d_asin Akil Taher, MD – Physician, Author, Septuagenarian Athlete He died during heart bypass surgery and later, Dr. Akil Taher undertook a mountaineering trek to Mount Kailash (altitudes of 19,000 feet) in Tibet. In October 2011, he ran his first full marathon (26.2 miles or 49.19 kilometers), the Chicago Marathon, and in September 2012, he climbed Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest free-standing mountain in the world. Over the last decade Dr. Taher has overcome acute and chronic medical ailments to indulge in century cycling, triathloning, skydiving, hang gliding, scuba diving, and white water rafting. This was possible because he changed his lifestyle to incorporate healthy eating habits, an exercise regimen, and regular practice of yoga and meditation. Dr. Taher pushed himself into areas that tested his vulnerabilities and capabilities; namely, triathlons and a mud race. Dr. Akil Taher is a practicing medical doctor, an author, eternal optimist, explorer, adventurer, a strong advocate for a whole food, plant-based vegan lifestyle. He is a Septuagenarian who has educated thousands to understand a way out of the pain of chronic illness and disease. He believes that what you eat is the most important pillar of the 6 Pillars of Lifestyle Medicine, which along with his incredible story, he often also shares. As an author and speaker, Dr. Taher stays focused on spreading the message of the benefits of living a heart-healthy lifestyle. As an athlete and veganism proponent, he has benefited tremendously by adopting a plant-based diet and fostering a deeper connection with nature. And as a resurgent physician, he leverages medical science and lifestyle medicine to treat the underlying cause of the disease and not just the consequence of the disease. Dr. Taher often says and writes in his book, “OPEN HEART” that, “Up to the age of sixty-one, I was my biggest impediment to progress, and then I became my biggest change agent. And now at age seventy-four, I am living a life of purpose, peace, and contentment, doing everything I love. I have reincarnated into a new life to stay true to the meaning of my first name, Akil−the "wise.” Dr. Akil Taher's book “OPEN HEART: The Transformational Journey of a Doctor Who, After Bypass Surgery at 61, Ran Marathons and Climbed Mountains” is available on Amazon and Kindle and all proceeds from book sales go to charity (PETA, St. Jude Children's Hospital, and the American Heart Association). Get a copy at: https://amzn.to/3sy299g After reading, please leave a review and rating. Your feedback will be appreciated. Find me on your favorite social media channel. I would love to connect, especially if you'd like to interview Dr. Taher or have him speak to your group or organization. Please connect with us here. LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/akiltaher Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/authorakiltaher Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/akiltaher Website: https://www.akiltaher.com
Michael Skaggs was an avid runner when he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. He had just finished the 2018 Chicago Marathon when his symptoms popped up which complicated the process of his diagnosis. As one might imagine, pancreatic cancer was not at the top of mind for doctors who were looking at a marathoner. However, Michael knew something was wrong and advocated for himself throughout the process. Although his pancreatic cancer diagnosis shocked doctors and changed his and his wife Missy's lives forever, his advocacy may very well have saved his life. After an up-and-down journey with treatment, Michael and Missy are now running half marathons together - with Michael having his sights set on a full marathon in the future. Listen to this week's episode to hear Michael and Missy share their journey. If you'd like to learn more about Michael or get in contact with him, visit https://www.facebook.com/michael.skaggs3 To learn more about Project Purple, visit https://www.projectpurple.org/ or follow us on social media at these links: https://www.facebook.com/Run4ProjectPurple https://www.instagram.com/projectpurple/ https://twitter.com/Run4Purple https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgA8nVhUY6_MLj5z3rnDQZQ
In any sport it's ideal to learn from the very best, and as a two-time Marathon World Champion and three-time Abbott World Marathon Majors series winner, it's hard to find better than Edna Kiplagat. Labelled the ‘Queen of Persistence' by Outside Magazine, the strength of her mindset is equalled by her consistent success throughout the years. On Marathon Talk this week, we hear what drives Edna's stunning performances, round up the recent Valencia Half Marathon and upcoming NYC Marathon, and share AWMM's exciting initiative to support 2,000 runners on their 6 Star journey! In this episode of Marathon Talk: 0:00 - Rounding up news from Toronto, Frankfurt, and the blisteringly fast Valencia Half Marathon 23:00 - The incredible Edna Kiplagat on the preparation, motivation, consistency and persistence behind her continued success 50:00 - 6 questions with featured 6 Star Finisher Martin Cauldwell 51:10 - Closing out with a look forward to New York, and training plans to suit the winter season
Kara Collier from Nutrisense about Nutrition For Runners, Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) and Optimizing Health. Watch the full YouTube interview at https://youtu.be/Rhn0HMXy-bM Brought to you by PATH projects running apparel https://pathprojects.com/ and my Personal Best running coaching program https://www.pbprogram.com/. If you'd like to try NutriSense, the code EXTRAMILEST25 will give you $25 off the first month. CHAPTERS: 0:00 Intro 1 (Kara Collier) 1:07 Intro 2 (Floris) 3:34 What is a Continuous Glucose Monitor (CGM)? 6:25 Individual experiences with food 9:27 Normal range to be in, for non-diabetics 11:16 Heart Rate training 13:04 Fasted glucose level 13:56 Correlation between energy and glucose levels 15:47 First Pillars of glucose control: Nutrition 21:30 Melatonin levels in evening or at night 23:25 Fasting, snacking, meal prep and Circadian rhythms 30:00 Second pillar of glucose control: Movement 35:33 Third pillar of glucose control: Stress Management 41:18 Fourth pillar of glucose control: Sleep 44:36 Training intensity and glucose levels 48:26 Floris' Chicago Marathon 2022 data 57:44 More on Nutrisense and Kara 58:52 Fueling for athletes - rules of thumb 1:01:13 Closing thoughts (Floris) – Nutrisense discount Subscribe and hit the bell to see new videos: https://bit.ly/Flo-YT KARA COLLIER BIO: Kara is co-founder and Director of Nutrition at NutriSense (https://www.nutrisense.io/ ) - a leading personalized nutrition company that uses new technology to monitor the body and create personalized diets and optimized fitness routines. This has been surely eye opening for me, Floris as an athlete! She oversees the health team and product development so she is at the cutting edge of using technology to make health advice based on real data from our bodies. Kara is also a leading authority on the use of continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) technology, particularly in non-diabetics for the purposes of health optimization, disease prevention, and reversing metabolic dysfunction. LINKS AND TOOLS MENTIONED: Nutrisense: https://www.nutrisense.io/ Continuous Glucose Monitor (CGM) - https://www.nutrisense.io/quiz/start If you'd like to try NutriSense, the code EXTRAMILEST25 will give you $25 off the first month. Oura Ring: https://ouraring.com/ Chicago Marathon video Floris: https://youtu.be/-6X3p9klA5E FIND NUTRISENSE AND KARA COLLIER HERE: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nutrisenseio Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nutrisenseio Twitter: https://twitter.com/nutrisenseio TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@nutrisenseio Website: https://www.nutrisense.io/ YOU CAN FIND ME, FLORIS GIERMAN HERE: Podcast: https://extramilest.com/podcast/ Personal Best Program: https://www.pbprogram.com/ Strava: https://www.strava.com/athletes/1329785 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/florisgierman Website: https://extramilest.com Website: https://pathprojects.com ABOUT THE EXTRAMILEST SHOW: A podcast and YouTube channel where host Floris Gierman interviews world class athletes, coaches and health experts on the topic of how to become a stronger, healthier and happier athlete. Subscribe and hit the bell to see new videos: https://bit.ly/Flo-YT
Welcome back to On The Grow, I'm Grace Lee. This is the ninetieth episode into the binge-able Falling in Love Series. "That's one of the cool things about running a marathon. Because no matter how fast you finish — no matter if you're running the whole time — if you finish, you have that forever, knowing what you're capable of. I'm capable of doing this — I'm a marathoner, no matter how fast it is.” In Episode 90 on On The Grow, I have one of my best friends Tatum, join me to talk about what the process is like training for a marathon (from applying to training to the finish line), how to apply for Chicago and NYC Marathon, tips for someone wanting to run a marathon, and more. This is a really insightful episode for someone running the NYC Marathon this weekend, or someone who plans to run it in the future. Tatum Treffeisen's Instagram: https://instagram.com/tatumtreffeisen If you ever have any questions, comments, tips or suggestions, contact me here: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Blog: www.gracefulleemade.com TikTok: www.tiktok.com/@bygracelee IG: @bygracelee -- instagram.com/bygracelee
Today I have Coach Wehrman on the podcast! Chris is the founder of the RunBetter app, a Chicago Marathon broadcaster, a family law attorney and the father of 3. He is a 2:17 marathoner and ran in a couple of Olympic Trials in the marathon. He now puts his passion into coaching. I had some ... more »
Theresa Hailey ran her OTQ for 2024 at the Chicago Marathon. She ran a PR in 2:36:40. Go check out her Instagram – @runninggingerly. She has some really fun recaps over there of the entire race! Theresa also ran in the 2020 Olympic Trials. She is a part of Oiselle's Little Wing Project. She is ... more »
Christian & Thad found a tall table at Hop Station Craft Bar and set up the podcast equipment when Uncle Dave & Cousin Danny walked in. Danny stops in after getting married and on way to run the Chicago Marathon. They found an article (www.masslive.com) “Top 10 questions people ask about beer”. We answer said questions…probably not well. You be the judge. Hit us up at www.michianaBeerReviewers.com CLICK on our sponsors logo to connect with their “WWW”. Thanks E Brewing, South Bend Brew Werks, & Studebaker Brewing Co. CHEERS!
"I feel like nutrition is the new super shoe! If we're fully carb loaded, if we're fueling our race really strong, our performance can be astronomical, and better than we ever thought." Meghann Featherstun is on a mission: to get runners to eat more. More specifically: to get runners to eat more carbs! In this conversation, the sports dietitian and 2:50 marathoner talks about her passion for performance fueling. She talks about running a big personal best at the Chicago Marathon just a few weeks ago, and about what it has taken to shave more than an hour off her marathon time over the past decade. Meghann explains how she became a sports dietitian, talks about the most common concerns she hears about from her clients, and looks back on how she first became a marathoner (and why her "one and done" declaration, well...famous last words). Plus: how Meghann keeps running fun and joy-filled, and all about her obsession with graham crackers, bagels, and toast (oh my!). SPONSOR: UCAN: Click here and use code ALI for 20% off your next UCAN order. What you'll get on this episode: What's the deal with the graham crackers and morning toast? (2:50) How was Meghann's run today? (7:50) What is a sports dietitian? (9:50) On the trauma of 1990s diet culture (14:15) How Meghann found running (16:45) Why Meghann fell in love with the marathon (19:00) What are the common themes Meghann is hearing from her clients? (22:30) How do you know if you're under-fueling? (26:00) Meghann's Chicago Marathon fueling plan (30:45) What Meghann had to do to go from a 3:58 marathon to a 2:50 (41:35) How Meghann keeps running fun (51:15) Meghann's goals for the New York City Marathon (52:40) Meghann's tips for becoming a morning runner and for making running more joy-filled (56:15) For more, check out: Emily Oster on Episode 571 of the Ali on the Run Show Can confirm: There was Goose Island beer at the Chicago Marathon finish line! Follow Meghann: Instagram @FeatherstoneNutrition Website Follow Ali: Instagram @aliontherun1 Join the Facebook group Twitter @aliontherun1 Support on Patreon Blog Strava SUPPORT the Ali on the Run Show! If you're enjoying the show, please subscribe and leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts. Spread the run love. And if you liked this episode, share it with your friends!
This is a very special episode. Tomorrow is my two-year podcast anniversary. It is also the day my mother transitioned from this world due to breast cancer. I wanted to do something positive and meaningful during the midst of COVID and I started this podcast. I thank you so much for listening, a special thank all of my past and future guests. Thanks for all the suggestions, the recommendations. I appreciate all the love. This week's guest I met shortly after I moved to Chicago. Thanks to Gabrielle Barber who I met in Berlin who told me about Men Run Deez Streets. They were the first group I ran after I moved to the city. Although they were lightning fast, and I am not they were welcoming all the same. Terrance Lyles is my guest this week. Terrance L. Lyles AKA The Machine, AKA Optimus Prime, is a marathoner, triathlete, and the founder of Men Run Deez Street.. His father is Bernard Lyles, a previous guest on this show. Terrance has completed over 30 marathons, 50-mile ultra-marathon and more recently a half IornMan distance race, 70.3 triathlon. After Terrance witnessed so many women of Black Girls Run taking on the sport, he became inspired to recruit men from social media to start his own club. Terrance's goal was to bring more black men into marathons. He formed Men Run Deez Streets (MRDS) in 2013. He uses every opportunity to promote health and fitness through running. Episode Highlights: Terrance in the midst of a life crisis started running as a coping mechanism. Terrance pays tribute to his dad, Bernard Lyles, who inspired him to run. Some memorable marathons, the good and the bad. Terrance talks about his 50-mile ultra-marathon. How Men Run Deez Streets (MRDS) came to be. Terrance's first triathlon . Terrance talks about some obstacles he's faced and what drives him. Terrance shares some final words of inspiration. Guest Bio Terrance L. Lyles, “The Machine” AKA “OPTIMUS PRIME” was born and raised in the streets of Chicago. He attended Neal F. Simeon High School and later attended Southern Illinois University Carbondale where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering Technology. He returned to Chicago to pursue a career in engineering and has worked in state and city government for over 20 years. He is currently employed as a Senior Project Manager for the Chicago Transit Authority leading multi-million-dollar infrastructure projects. Terrance began his running experience in 2006 after having many personal and financial issues. He believed that he needed something to keep his mind off of stress and needed a positive outlet. Knowing that his father, Bernard Lyles, was an avid runner, he consulted him and was advised to join the Maxfitness Marathon Training Program led by Coach Rudy Christian. Terrance trained for his first Chicago Marathon that year and completed it with a time of 4:07:28. This is when he developed the passion for running. Terrance went on to complete over 30 marathons in various cities that includes Detroit, Indianapolis, Miami, Little Rock, Atlanta, St. Louis, New Orleans, and overseas in Negril, Jamaica and Berlin, Germany. He has also completed a 50-mile Ultra-Marathon in Chicago, and most recently, an Ironman 70.3 triathlon. With many years of accomplishments and a continued passion for running, Terrance became inspired to help bring more men of color into the sport. After witnessing many women of Black Girls Run taking on the sport, he became inspired to recruit men from social media to start his own club. With the many urban and professional men that reached back to him, Men Run Deez Streets (MRDS) was born in 2013. From there, he has helped train many men, and even women, to become long-distance runners and half marathon/marathon finishers. Terrance is a Road Runners Club of America (RRCA) Certified Adult Distance Running Coach. He is also an avid cyclist and swimmer. Terrance believes in helping people become their best selves. He is passionate about volunteering in the community for charity events and he is an advocate for social justice. He is dedicated to bringing about change to the community and helping others become healthier by running. He lives by and adheres to a famous quote: “Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world” – Harriet Tubman. Connect with Terrance Lyles Connect with Terrance on Facebook Connect with Terrance on Instagram Men Run Deez Streets on Facebook Send Terrance an email. MRDS got featured on Block Club Chicago Did you enjoy today's episode? Please subscribe and leave a review. If you have questions, comments, or possible show topics, email email@example.com. 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"It doesn't happen immediately for a lot of people. And I think just sticking it out and doing it. And then you also see a lot of women that leave the sport for a long time after college and they come back and they still crush it. And I think that everybody's timeline's a little bit different. And I think it's just if you come back to running or come to whatever you wanna do in life." - Maggie Montoya On this episode of More Than Running, I welcome Maggie Montoya, a Boulder, Colorado-based athlete making waves on the road. Last year Maggie ran the Houston half marathon in a spicy 71:21 which qualified her for the World Half Marathon championships (sadly cancelled due to covid). Maggie's life changed in an instant on March 22, 20221 when she was working as a phramacy tech at King Soopers grocery store in Boulder when a shooter attacked. Maggie is now a fierce advocate for gun restrictions and has been open to sharing her story in the news about the tragedy she was apart of. Maggie also qualified for the 2021 Olympic Trials in the 10,000m but sadly had to miss the race due to injury. Maggie overcame her challenging 2021 with a top 10 finish at the Chicago Marathon placing 8th in 2.28:07. She is also pursuing a masters in public health and signed her first professional contract with Salomon running this year! I hope you learn a little more about Maggie and I can't wait to watch her career rise even higher. Support our sponsors: Salomon was born in the French Alps in 1947 and has an incredible lineup of road and trail running footwear & hydration gear – perfect for any runner, on any terrain – no matter the challenge. They are alchemists, creating magic with a “why not” spirit. From trail running to snowboarding, their goal is to make gear that transforms sports experiences. #TomorrowIsYours Check out www.salomon.com to try out Salomon's newest line of road and trail shoes
We've seen the back of a triple header that's one of the busiest marathon seasons for a mighty long time, and there's plenty of superlative performances to pick out. Ruth Chepng'etich ran the 2nd fastest time in women's marathon history and Marcel Hug's emphatic racing continues, but it's the ultimate pleasure to speak with Susannah Scaroni after her first Chicago Women's Wheelchair Race win! Join Martin & Deena on Marathon Talk for all this, and much more on the busy past and exciting future of the sport. In this episode of Marathon Talk: 0:00 - Wrapping up the busiest triple weekend of remarkable racing with last week's Chicago Marathon 19:00 - Alex Williams shares the heartwarming stories from recent races that exemplify the best of our running community 31:00 - Deena interviews Chicago winner Susannah Scaroni on her optimism, motivations, and how the wheelchair sport could continue evolving 1:14:00 - Spotlight on a 6 Star Finisher, and peering into the crystal ball for November's NYC Marathon Photo credit: Getty Sport Marathon Talk is proudly powered by Abbott World Marathon Majors, who create, build and support opportunities for all to discover the power of the marathon community. Learn more at https://www.worldmarathonmajors.com/
On today's episode of The CLS Experience we have a very personal treat. My perspective following competing at the Chicago Marathon on October 9th 2022. I dive deep on why I'm romantic and in love with the sport of running. I also pull no punches and showcase my disappointment in the end result despite running a personal best, 3:31:25. This is from the heart. The metaphors from marathon's are relatable to life in my opinion and this is why it makes me so emotional. Disappointment is a part of life. However, if you have an opportunity to change how the story ends, I think you gotta go for it. Stay tuned for what happens next. Enjoy the show.To join our community click here.➤ To connect with Craig follow Craig Siegel on Instagram➤ Join our CLS texting community for free daily inspiration and business strategies to elevate your day, text (917) 634-3796To follow The CLS Experience and connect with Craig on Social Media:➤ INSTAGRAM➤ FACEBOOK➤ YOUTUBE➤ WEBSITE➤ LINKEDIN➤ TWITTER➤ CLS TOOLKIT➤ CLS MEMBERSHIP
Emily Sisson just set the American Record in the marathon at the Chicago Marathon! She ran a 2:18:29. She also set the American Record in the half marathon in May! Emily is having herself a year!! Emily is an Olympian & ran in the 2020 Olympics in the 10,000m. In this episode, we talked all ... more »
Today I am bringing you an awesome conversation with Sara Vaughn. This is the first episode in a series of Chicago Marathon recaps! Sara is a PUMA Athlete and just finished the Chicago Marathon, placing 7th overall and the third American. She ran a PR as well! This was Sara's third marathon. She is a ... more »
"It's been such a big goal for so long. I remember back in college, Ray (Tracey) said to me once, “You're going to set the American record in the marathon someday.' I was like, ‘Okay…' But he said it as a fact like, ‘You're going to do it.' Just because someone has the potential doesn't mean it necessarily will happen. There are so many factors and variables. But he was just like, ‘No. You will set it someday.' It feels like part of a long journey." My guest for this episode is the new American record holder in the women's marathon – Emily Sisson. She just ran 2:18:29 to take 43 seconds off the previous record of 2:19:12 set by Keira D'Amato at the Houston Marathon in January. The race was won by Ruth Chepngetich in 2:14:18 – which is the second-fastest time in history. Sisson now owns two American records She set the half marathon record in 67:11 back in May. We go inside the making of this American record, how she trusted her coach and pacers to make it happen, the appetite to go faster and what's being said in this group chat with U.S. marathoning greats Keira D'Amato, Deena Kastor and Joan Benoit Samuelson. SUPPORT THE SPONSORS TRACKSMITH: Tracksmith is an independent running brand inspired by a deep love of the sport. Their new Fall Collection was just released and is now available. It features staples ready for all your training and racing needs. Inspired by classic team kits, their Van Cortlandt Collection features lightweight 2:09 mesh in performance silhouettes. For training, their Van Cortlandt Grand Shorts and Van Cortlandt Tee are some of my favorites. Get free shipping by using code CITIUS at checkout & 5% of the sale will benefit the Release Recovery Foundation, a nonprofit supporting those in need of substance abuse and mental illness treatment through scholarships. GARMIN: Music. Training. Data. The Garmin Forerunner 245 Music is my favorite running partner. You do the running. This GPS running smartwatch does the thinking. It even gets to know you and your body better, mile after mile and song after song. Get one for yourself here >> https://bit.ly/3Pcu0qo Article One Eyewear: Article One is an independent eyewear company based in Flint, Mich. with designers with deep roots in running. All their frames are handcrafted in a small village in Northern Italy. Designed with your entire day in mind, Article One takes you from a long run in the morning to drinks on the patio to wind down. Their timeless silhouettes, paired with technical components — like adjustable silicone nose pads, polarized lenses, and spring hinges — create running sunglasses that are standalone. CITIUS MAG listeners get 20% off using CITIUSMAG at checkout at https://articleoneeyewear.com/ FINAL SURGE: If you are a coach, Final Surge makes planning and analyzing workouts simple and helps streamline communication with your athletes. If you're an athlete out there hammering miles and tempo runs solo with no guidance or direction, Final Surge is also here to offer up some world-class training programs. Check out their offerings today: FINALSURGE.COM – USE CODE CITIUS FOR 10% OFF. VELOUS FOOTWEAR: VELOUS is an active recovery footwear brand designed to help you restore, revive & Reenergize before and after you train. Two years in development, this team has created the world's most comfortable, supportive and lightweight active recovery shoe in the world. Get 20% off using code CitiusMag20.
Teddy Atlas and co-host Ken Rideout breakdown Sebastian Fundora's win over Carlos Ocampo, along with some of the undercard fights. They talk Chris Eubank Jr vs Conor Benn postponed due to failed drug test by Benn, and cover the upcoming Deontay Wilder vs Robert Helenius fight. Thanks for being with us. The best way to support is to subscribe, share the episode and check out our sponsors: Athletic Greens - https://athleticgreens.com/atlas Feel Free - https://botanictonics.com/ -- code "ATLAS" at checkout SUBSCRIBE TO OUR WEEKLY NEWSLETTER HERE: https://www.getrevue.co/profile/teddyatlas1 Timestamps: 00:00 - Intro / Ken's Chicago Marathon 17:45 - Martinez vs Ancajas 2 21:00 - Adames vs Montiel 28:25 - Fundora vs Ocampo 59:20 - Eubank Jr vs Benn, Conor Benn Drug Test Fail 1:17:25 - Wilder vs Helenius TEDDY'S AUDIOBOOK Amazon/Audible: https://amzn.to/32104DR iTunes/Apple: https://apple.co/32y813r THE FIGHT T-SHIRTS https://teddy-atlas.myshopify.com/ TEDDY'S SOCIAL MEDIA Twitter - http://twitter.com/teddyatlasreal Instagram - http://instagram.com/teddy_atlas THE FIGHT WITH TEDDY ATLAS SOCIAL MEDIA Instagram - http://instagram.com/thefightWTA Twitter - http://twitter.com/thefightwta Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/TheFightwithTeddyAtlas Big thanks to VHS collection for intro music. More on VHS Collection here: http://www.vhscollection.com/. Thanks for tuning in. Please be sure to subscribe! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Join Tina and Tracksmith along with cohosts Tommie Runz, Alexandria Will, and Mario Fraioli for a shakeout along the lakefront the day before the Chicago Marathon. Tina begins with introducing the three cohosts, and asks them to help take us through a senses check-in. Then the four lead off the 250+ people shakeout run, where Tina interviews multiple runners who have journeys and stories of courage and strength to share with the running community. This shakeout is energetic and connective; come join us! Tina mentioned Tommie Runz Alexandria Will Mario Fraioli Tracksmith Through a monthly donation on Patreon. To sign up, click here. You can share on social media and let others know about what you are loving in these together runs. You can leave a review on iTunes. Thanks for listening! We know there are so many podcasts you could be listening to, but we are honored you have chosen Running For Real. If you appreciate the work that we do, here are a few things you can do to support us: Take a screenshot of the episode, and share it with your friends, family, and community on social media, especially if you feel that topic will relate to them. Be sure to tag us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram Leave an honest review on iTunes or your favorite podcast player Your ratings and reviews will really help us grow and reach new people Not sure how to leave a review or subscribe, you can find out here. Thank you for joining, we look forward to hearing your thoughts.
“For the longest time, I thought sub-2:08 was 4:50/mile pace just because that's what coach Eyestone said one day but he mistyped it in his text message. It's 4:53 pace, which actually makes me feel a lot more confident in sub-2:08 because this whole time I've been thinking sub-4:50 per mile not even thinking that I should check his math out on my own. I think sub-2:08 is reasonable. I know my strengths are and I know where I'm good.” Two-time NCAA cross country champion Conner Mantz is getting ready to make his marathon debut this weekend at the Chicago Marathon. In the past 12 months, he earned national titles in the half marathon and 20K. He's got a 1 :00:55 second personal best for the half marathon, which puts him at No. 9 on the all-time U.S. list so there's plenty of excitement over his potential in the marathon. We talked all about that, his expectations for the race, how much he wants to focus on track or cross country in the future and much more. Plus, we get some NCAA cross country predictions from him. SUPPORT THE SPONSORS TRACKSMITH: Tracksmith is an independent running brand inspired by a deep love of the sport. Their new Fall Collection was just released and is now available. It features staples ready for all your training and racing needs. Inspired by classic team kits, their Van Cortlandt Collection features lightweight 2:09 mesh in performance silhouettes. For training, their Van Cortlandt Grand Shorts and Van Cortlandt Tee are some of my favorites. Get free shipping by using code CITIUS at checkout & 5% of the sale will benefit the Release Recovery Foundation, a nonprofit supporting those in need of substance abuse and mental illness treatment through scholarships. GARMIN: Music. Training. Data. The Garmin Forerunner 245 Music is my favorite running partner. You do the running. This GPS running smartwatch does the thinking. It even gets to know you and your body better, mile after mile and song after song. Get one for yourself here >> https://bit.ly/3Pcu0qo Article One Eyewear: Article One is an independent eyewear company based in Flint, Mich. with designers with deep roots in running. All their frames are handcrafted in a small village in Northern Italy. Designed with your entire day in mind, Article One takes you from a long run in the morning to drinks on the patio to wind down. Their timeless silhouettes, paired with technical components — like adjustable silicone nose pads, polarized lenses, and spring hinges — create running sunglasses that are standalone. CITIUS MAG listeners get 20% off using CITIUSMAG at checkout at https://articleoneeyewear.com/ FINAL SURGE: If you are a coach, Final Surge makes planning and analyzing workouts simple and helps streamline communication with your athletes. If you're an athlete out there hammering miles and tempo runs solo with no guidance or direction, Final Surge is also here to offer up some world-class training programs. Check out their offerings today: FINALSURGE.COM – USE CODE CITIUS FOR 10% OFF. VELOUS FOOTWEAR: VELOUS is an active recovery footwear brand designed to help you restore, revive & Reenergize before and after you train. Two years in development, this team has created the world's most comfortable, supportive and lightweight active recovery shoe in the world. Get 20% off using code CitiusMag20.
Fell running champion Jasmin Paris is the overall record holder for the Spine Race, a grueling 268-mile ultramarathon along the Pennine Way. This year she completed three loops of the world's toughest ultra, the Barkley Marathons, the first woman to do so in nine years. Rather than a corporate sponsor, she runs to represent Green Runners, an environmental group which she co-founded. For complete show notes and links, visit our website at runningforreal.com/episode319. Thank you to Athletic Greens, Tracksmith, and Running for Real for sponsoring this episode. AG1 is an easy way to get 75 vitamins, minerals, and whole food source ingredients. It promotes gut health with prebiotics, probiotics, and naturally occurring enzymes; supports your immune system with Vitamin C, zinc, healing mushrooms, and more; provides magnesium to boost energy; and it's packed with superfoods, adaptogens, and antioxidants to help recovery. It's simple to make and it tastes good! Go here to get five free travel packs and a free one year's supply of vitamin D3+K2 with your subscription. Tracksmith is a Boston-based company that truly cares about the quality of their running clothes. Running can be demanding on our clothes; they definitely go through wear and tear to where we may be purchasing new clothes constantly. Tracksmith designers work with the finest materials and keep you in mind as a runner, with spots for your keys, phone, and fuel. Go here and use the code TINA15. You'll get free shipping and Tracksmith will donate 5% of your purchase to Runners for Public Lands! Running for Real updates: Together Runs are for those times when you're running by yourself but you don't want to feel alone. Tina will accompany you all along the way, sharing conversation, mindfulness practices, and helpful tips - you may not actually have company on the run, but you'll feel as though you do. Together Run podcast episodes come out on Mondays, and be sure to check out our short Weekly Strides episodes every Wednesday! The easiest way to keep up with everything going on at Running for Real is by subscribing to our newsletter, which comes out every Monday. No spam, we promise! If you're in recovery from amenorrhea or RED-S, we'd love to talk with you about a project that we're very excited about. Please reach out to Tina on any of the social media platforms or to Sally at firstname.lastname@example.org, so we can tell you more about it! And finally, if you're running the Chicago Marathon or the New York City Marathon, let us know! Thanks for listening! We know there are so many podcasts you could listen to, and we are honored you have chosen Running For Real. If you appreciate the work that we do, here are a few things you can do to support us: Take a screenshot of the episode, and share it with your friends, family, and community on social media, especially if you feel that the topic will resonate with them. Be sure to tag us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram Leave an honest review on iTunes or your favorite podcast player. Your ratings and reviews will really help us grow and reach new people. Not sure how to leave a review or subscribe? You can find out here. "Thank you" to Jasmin. We look forward to hearing your thoughts on the show.