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On this episode of The Run Wave Podcast, Kim is giving you her top 10 races that you should run in 2022. This show is geared towards those who have a 50 states running goal, but if you're just looking for fun races to run in different states then this episode is for you too!My Top 10 races that you should run period!http://therunwave.com/episode25 Races Mentioned:January 16, 2022Maui Oceanfront Marathonhttps://www.mauioceanfrontmarathon.com/ February 13, 2022Mercedes Benz Marathon, Birmingham, ALhttps://www.mercedesmarathon.com/ March 5-6, 2022Little Rock Marathon, Arkansashttp://littlerockmarathon.com/April 2, 2022Revel Mt. Charleston, Las Vegas, NVhttps://www.runrevel.com/rmc April 20-May 1, 2022The Eugene Marathon, Oregonhttps://www.eugenemarathon.com/June 18, 2022Mayor's Marathon, Anchorage Alaskahttps://runsignup.com/Race/AK/Anchorage/MayorsMarathonElevation chart https://d368g9lw5ileu7.cloudfront.net/races/race97495-customSectionFullAttachment-603d5d1a25a612.97940482.jpg September (No 2022 Date Yet)Maine Coast Marathonhttps://mainecoast262.com/October 9, 2022Newport Marathon, Rhode Islandhttps://newportmarathon.com/November 2022Garmin Olathe Marathon, Kansashttps://ozrun.org/ Course Elevation: https://ozrun.org/courses/December 10-11, 2022Mississippi Gulf Coast Marathonhttps://www.msgulfcoastmarathon.com/ Save 20% on your Mid Strike Magazine Subscriptionhttps://midstrikemagazine.com/plans/subscriptions/Use code: THERUNWAVEShop The Run Wave Merchhttp://therunwave.com/shopSubscribe to The Run Wave YouTube channelhttps://bit.ly/3CAVKOdConnect with The Run Wave:http://therunwave.comhttp://instagram.com/therunwavehttp://facebook.com/therunwavehttp://twitter.com/therunwaveSupport the show (http://paypal.me/therunwave)
Choo-choo! That's right, just like Spirit Tracks, this one's gonna be train themed! Not the episode itself, just the description. First, timp, Daaanty, and Hurfydurfy welcome all aboard their platform as they discuss the latest in the community and their own Rando lives, including SGL 21, League, the ZSR 21 Marathon, the Most Unpopular BWS of All Time, and a recent ruling from the Racing Council that pulls the brakes on voice calls during official races. Back at the caboose of the episode is a quick discussion on controllers and a brief return trip to last week's discussion. Last stop: Fun! FEATURE: The GMP hosts speak on the difference between playing ALTTPR on hardware vs. emulator and highlight platforms used by the community today. 2:30 - SGL 21 Brackets 7:50 - Council News: Voice Call Ban 11:45 - League S4 Updates 17:45 - ALTTP at ZSR Marathon 2021 18:50 - Most Unpopular BWS Ever ALTTPR PLATFORMS 22:20 - Emulation vs. Hardware 33:50 - Emulators 45:10 - SNES Classic 50:30 - Tracking AFK 53:30 - MiSTeR 55:55 - Super Nt 1:03:05 - FXPak & the OG SNES 1:10:40 - “Others” 1:14:10 - Superlatives & Controller Chat 1:21:45 - Fetch Question & Wrap-up LINKS (visit gomodepodcast.com for full urls) SGL 2021 Bracket ALTTPR League Website ZSR Marathon 2021 A Link to the Past - All Dungeons RMG Race by MichaelK__ & Spleebie ALTTP Randomizer - Crosskeys Enemizer Blackout Bingo by gfe_12, Megawott, ptrain24 NOTE: Chexhuman and Matkap were not featured, but check them both out on Twitch anyway! Chexhuman | Matkap ALTTPR Platforms Snes9X | Bizhawk | RetroArch SNES Classic | MiSTeR | Super Nt | FXPAK Follow Us on Twitter | Join Our Discord to discuss the Bi-Weekly Seed Enjoy the show? Consider donating to GMP on Patreon or PayPal
No, this won't become a running podcast- but I ran my second marathon (33 minutes faster than my last) in early October and SO many of you told me you wanted to hear about my journey- so here it is! From training with the mantra #onemileatatime to race day, and everything in between. My favorite running gear: https://www.amazon.com/shop/healthymamakris?listId=1WSS22JRYFMWVEpisode 211: Running: A Love StoryConnect:WebsiteInstagramCooking Classes
“…and today we are literally talking about a creature that lives by a pattern of life and death and has an interesting taxonomy. But more on that later.” Every fall, the arid wilderness of Australia is peppered with the fallen bodies of tiny marsupials. What could create such a scene? Predators, disease, global warming? The […]
Whether you're deep in training or just toying with the idea of running a marathon, today's episode of An Irishman Running Abroad contains gems of information, tips and anecdotes from two of the most knowledgeable people you could find. One is of course our resident coach and all time athletics legend, the icon, the goat and the former World Champion Sonia O'Sullivan and the other is the brilliant standup comedian and author of “26.2 Miles To Happiness” Paul Tonkinson. Both perspectives are invaluable help in figuring out how you want to approach your race if at all. Sonia answers our listeners questions and gives us an update from the road while Paul delves into the new runner mentality and how he ran a sub 3. Jarlath and Paul know each other from the U.K. comedy circuit but that was before Jar took the plunge. Now Paul offers him the advice he and you will need on using the race to guide you, make better decisions, channel pain and emerge a better human on the other side. It's a big change from our normal episodes and even includes and inspiring extract from Paul's best selling book. As always our Patrons get illustrated episode notes with extra tips exclusively from Sonia herself. Join our running event on strava.com/clubs/irishmanrunningabroad and help raise vitally needed funds for our chosen charity partner jigsaw.ie and all the work they do to support young people in Ireland. Why not join Jarlath in raising money for Jigsaw by signing up to the Irishman Abroad challenge over at https://www.idonate.ie/event/2576_.html To hear every episode in full and to gain access to the entire back-catalogue of over 500 Irishman Abroad episodes that are not available on iTunes for just the price of a pint every month visit www.patreon.com/irishmanabroad Supplementary research provided by John Meagher. The Irishman Abroad Liveline is now open. You can now get in touch with us and feature on our shows by sending your WhatsApp voice note to 0044 7543 122 330. Why not pose a running question to Irish Olympic Legend Sonia O'Sullivan or ask our America Correspondent Marion McKeone her thoughts on a current talking point Stateside? Of course, if you have an issue with traffic or elephants on the loose in your area, Jarlath can do his best to sort that out too. Our charity partner is jigsawonline.ie. In these tricky times, Jigsaw provides a range of resources, advice and care for your people to help them strengthen their mental health and the skills needed to navigate life. Please visit their website and consider making a donation. For updates on future episodes and live shows follow @jarlath on Twitter, visit www.jigser.com or email the show directly on email@example.com. Disclaimer: All materials contained within this podcast are copyright protected. Third party reuse and/or quotation in whole or in part is prohibited unless direct credit and/or hyperlink to the Irishman Abroad podcast is clearly and accurately provided.
On this episode, Magali & Glenda recap their summer. They did hella things, tune in and catch up! Lastly Magali & Glenda talk about their marathon training journey, cause they too sexy for this marathon. Follow us on Instagram @cafecitoconmagaliandglenda
My husband is planning to participate in the Jerusalem Marathon this week - and I'm so excited for him. It's been a long time coming and a lot of blood, sweat, and tears to get to this point. The thing is, my husband and I don't live in Jerusalem. We live about two hours north of Jerusalem which means if he wanted to create the easiest morning for himself, it would be best if my husband stayed in Jerusalem the night before. Tune in to hear the story of what happened when he asked me (kind of last-minute) to help him find a place to stay. My initial reaction wasn't really aligned with the person I wanted to be and so I got unSTUCK and chose another way. And I invite you to do the same. www.shiragura.com
In the Vata Time podcast we discuss topics surrounding sustainability, wellness, and lifestyle. The show is hosted by Amanda and Bianca, and in today's episode we will be exploring different ways to embrace our main character energy. Mentioned in this weeks episode: >>> Aguacate Miami: https://www.aguacatewellness.com/ >>> Brittany Runs a Marathon >>> Make sure to follow us on Instagram for regular updates! @VataTime >>> Follow us on TikTok: TikTok.com/@VataTime >>> Follow the link if you would like to be added to our email list: https://us1.list-manage.com/survey?u=9cb8311a11704a916fa38f3f3&id=3025f56242 >>> Join us on Clubhouse: https://www.joinclubhouse.com/club/vata-time --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/vatatime/message
“It was a win-win either way. If they go with me, they're running my race, and that's great. And if they don't go with me, I have a huge lead at Boston, and that's pretty awesome, too!” If you watched the 2021 Boston Marathon, you got to know CJ Albertson — or at least his face — pretty well. That's because CJ, who runs professionally for Brooks Running, took the lead in the men's elite race right from the start, and held it for 21 miles. He ran solo that entire time, gapping the rest of the field by two minutes at one point. After 21 miles, the pack caught up to CJ — who was also celebrating his birthday that day — but he was able to hang in and ultimately finished 10th. Those 21 miles at the front may have put CJ on the Boston map, but he's hardly new to the running scene. The California native is a 2:11 marathoner and cross-country and track coach at Clovis Community College. In 2019, he completed the indoor marathon world record challenge in 2 hours 17 minutes and 59 seconds. (That's 26.2 miles, indoors, on a 200-meter track!) Then, in 2020, CJ set an all-surface 50K world best time of 2:42:30, which he also ran on a track. CJ loves pursuing the fun side of running, and is always up for a challenge, whether it's leading the Boston Marathon or topping the leaderboard of every Peloton class he takes. All that and more, on this episode of the Ali on the Run Show. SPONSOR: UCAN. Click here and use code ALI for 20% off your entire UCAN order! What you'll get on this episode: What CJ's Boston recovery has been like (2:30) On feeling like a star (6:30) What the day before the race was like (8:30) On praying before the race (17:00) What it was like walking to the start line (23:50) CJ's race plan, and how it played out (26:20) On gapping the field — by two minutes — and eventually getting caught by the pack (35:15) That finish line feeling (48:15) CJ's love for Peloton (50:55) What's next? (57:40) Follow CJ: Instagram @cjalbertson Follow Ali: Instagram @aliontherun1 Join the Facebook group Twitter @aliontherun1 Support on Patreon Blog Strava Listen & Subscribe: Apple Podcasts Spotify SoundCloud Overcast Stitcher Google Play 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!
“It's actually probably one of the hardest things I have done because I had to do all the other races with a concussion.” Samantha Wood serves in the California National Army Guard as an orthopedic physical therapist. She is a distance runner and a professional Spartan OCR athlete. Hear how she raised money for Caldor fire victims in California by virtually running the Tahoe 200. Brad Timmerman shares his favorite spots to run in Folsom CA. he is a member of the Army National Guard. Support Road Dog Podcast by: 1. Joining the Patreon Community: https://www.patreon.com/roaddogpodcast 2. Subscribe to the podcast on whatever platform you listen on. Squirrel's Nut Butter https://squirrelsnutbutter.com DRYMAX show code: Roaddog2020 Listeners get a special 15% off at https://www.drymaxsports.com/products/ Allwedoisrun.com Coppercanyons.com Samantha Wood Contact Info: IG: https://www.instagram.com/woodultra/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/armyathlete Brad Timmerman Contact Info: FB: https://www.facebook.com/brad.timmerman.186 IG: https://www.instagram.com/trailrunninhuman/ Luis Escobar (Host) Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Luis Instagram Kevin Lyons (Producer) Contact: email@example.com yesandvideo.com Music: Slow Burn by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Original RDP Photo: Photography by Kaori Peters kaoriphoto.com Road Dog Podcast Adventure With Luis Escobar www.roaddogpodcast.com
In this episode we talk about two very important topics: 1. MARATHON BLUES and 2. POST MARATHON RECOVERY. The marathon blues, also known as post race depression, is a sentiment that a lot of runners experience after the race. We will give you a proper definition, and will talk to you about the symptoms, causes, and how to handle these feelings. When it comes to post marathon recovery, we see much advice on the internet about how much time to take off after your marathon, but very little information as to why those numbers are prescribed. So we look at some studies that will give us an idea how to translate the results of the studies into what is best for us runners as an individual. We will also talk about what things to do and what things not to do to speed up our recovery.
In Episode 110 I'm joined by elite coaches Jen Rhines and Terrence Mahon. This live episode is the third of three adizero Marathon Season Twitter talks to help you improve your running with insight from elite Adidas runners and coaches. At the start of the conversation we had technical difficulties in connecting all the hosts, but this was quickly resolved and after the introductions the conversation starts at 6:25. There were no further connection issues, following this. In the first live adizero runner's round table talk I spoke with Charlotte Purdue talking about developing the marathon mindset, which you can listen to in episode #106. In episode #109 I spoke elite runner Steph Davis about how to structure speed into training. In this conversation we covered the following topics: How to plan and approach the marathon with your coach What to do post race, and how to avoid common pitfalls post race The post race debrief between coach and athlete, how to access what went right and what lessons can be learned How to approach changes to your training post marathon How to manage situational moments, to racing to compete, for managing GI/fuelling issues mid race, how to approach race strategies, to facing injuries etc Tips on how an athlete can re-focus based on whether the run went to plan or it didn't Plus so much more. ————————————————————— Thank you to my patreons your help pays for editing, equipment and much more. If you value the content I deliver, please consider becoming a supporter of my podcast by donating via my patreon page. This helps me provide quality content. https://www.patreon.com/ARunnersLife --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/marcus-brown9/support
Penn State arguably mismanaged its quarterback situation and two weeks of prep for a homecoming matchup against lowly Illinois and couldn't stop the run to save their lives, and they paid the ultimate price for it. Reacting to Penn State's unfathomable 20-18 loss to the Illini in the first nine-overtime game in FBS college football history. FOLLOW, RATE, AND REVIEW! New episodes Locked On Nittany Lions post live beginning at 12:00 AM ET and can be accessed on all major podcasting platforms. Follow today to never miss a single episode, and go back and listen to previous shows! Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | iHeart Radio | Amazon Music | Overcast | Himalaya | Audacy All episodes of the Locked On Nittany Lions Podcast are now available in video format on our YouTube channel! Like and subscribe on YouTube and hit the notification bell to be notified of new videos as they are made available! STAY SOCIALLY CONNECTED
Episode SummaryPaula Radcliffe, running legend and former world record holder in the marathon on her role models, career, key races and dealing with challengesShow Notes01:45 – Early influencers and start of distance running05:15 – Coach Alex Stanton07:05 – Turning professional09:00 – Mental make-up of Paula, the athlete11:45 – Dealing with setbacks in training and racing14:15 – Marathon running strategy16:15 – Early and sustained success in the marathon19:30 – Pain threshold and dealing with acute discomfort in a race23:05 – Thoughts on Men's v/s Women's marathon world record26:05 – Thoughts on modern “super shoes” 30:20 – Favorite races32:10 – Dealing with father's death and daughter Isla's cancer35:35 – Current initiatives and work39:30 – One character trait in Paula's successFollow PaulaTwitter: @paulajradcliffeInstagram: @paula_radcliffeAutobiographyPaula: My Story So Far - Amazon LinkContact Details for Running and Fitness with RajWebsite: runfitraj.comemail:firstname.lastname@example.orgFacebook Group:Running and Fitness with RajInstagram:@runningandfitnesswithrajTwitter: @RunningRajListen and SubscribeThank you for listening and supporting "Running and Fitness with Raj". If you enjoy the show, please subscribe, spread the word and rate & review on iTunes or wherever you are listening to your podcast.AppleSpotifyJioSaavnGoogle PodcastsStitcherCastboxTuneInPodcast AddictPodchaser
Open a Gatsby Options Trading Account Sign Up For a WeBull Stock Market Trading Account Instagram @camboni11 and @kennycolin23 and @wincreaseteam Twitter @camboni11 and @kenndrickcolin and @wincreaseteam In this episode of Marathon Money, we talk about the Trump stock, Snap Chat, Tesla and more. MarathonMoneyPlus.com
Johnny Burrow hosted the NOLUT Team of Patricia Maslin, Dave Hart and Ted Robinson in our 12th New Freedom show of the 2021/22 season. The show featured:Reviews of our matches against Luton, Sheffield United and the calls for Rowett out;Josh Beech is running the Nashville, USA half Marathon for the Millwall Community Trust you can support him here if you can: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/joshbeech85 Debbie Julians and Harvey Brown asked for donations to support The Lions Food Hubhttps://www.bankuet.co.uk/lionsfoodhubFormer Millwall centre back Stuart Nethercott talked about his life with the Lions as a player and his thoughts on the team now;Millwall Lionesses were reviewed by Jeff Burnige and there was an interview with leading goal scorer Chloe Burr and a look forward to their FA Cup tie this Sunday; the Millwall Romans v Millwall Pride were discussed by General Manager Paul Loding;The panel previewed Millwall v Stoke and the panel and guests gave their predictions;Merv Payne, fan and author was fan in the Dugout; You can obtain a copy of his latest book: South Bermondsey Homesick Blues Here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/s?k=South-Bermondsey-Homesick-Blues-Millwall&ref=404_searchDave Hart: Millwall hospitality and sponsorship opportunities through Andrew Stead of the Commercial Dept and The Lions Roar Fanzine;Patricia Maslin: Who is on next week's show and the Proper Blokes Club and their regular weekly walk and talks;Ted Robinson: The Millwall Lionesses sponsorship. He added recruitment information for both the Lionesses and Romans.
On this episode of Ask The Coaches with Tawnee and Lucho: Intro: Tawnee shares a few cute mis-pronunciations that Cora is saying these days. Lucho shares some innovative ideas and tweaks he’s making to his Ironman training. Sweet spot—how and why it’s useful, works and is ok for seasoned athletes but also making sure you […] The post ATC 333: St. George Becomes World Champs, The “Sweet Spot” With Salt (And Why Too Little Isn't Good), Plus: A Quick Gut Health Protocol first appeared on Endurance Planet.
Five special guests share each of their unique experiences as in-person races return. Please follow these amazing athletes and support them on the following Socials: Jenny on Instagram @jennyreisblue Kate on Instagram @kateb876 Kim on Instagram @kimmyrunstheworld, and on YouTube at Sisters Run the World Sarah on Instagram @notyourtypicaldollface Wendy on Instagram @disneyhandcyclist ***New Website*** www.Runnerswithoutlimits.com ***Now on Patreon*** https://www.patreon.com/runnerswithoutlimits Join the Runners Without Limits Group on Facebook For more informative and fun content related to all things running and then some visit the Running Without Limits (Heather Jergensen) channel on YouTube and Facebook Follow us on Instagram: Heather: @CoachHeatherJ Jen: @AQuiltingJewel About Us Heather and Jen are a coach/athlete duo that talk about all things running during a weekly podcast. Heather has been an athlete for most of her life. She took her love of swimming and entered the triathlon world, eventually crushing Ironman. She eventually married her love of running and all things Disney and tackled a number of runDisney runs. This is where she met Jen. Jen began running during her weight loss journey half a dozen years ago. She previously only ran from base to base as a varsity softball player and loathed running. But thanks to her friends and a supportive network, she ran her first 5K. Heather and Jen met as Jen was training for her first half marathon and eventually her first full marathon thanks to Heather's encouragement. The two are now dear friends and share a coach/athlete relationship. This friendship and love for running comes through on their podcast. All information provided by Heather Jergensen Coaching and Runners Without Limits is of a general nature and is furnished only for educational/entertainment purposes only. No information is to be take as medical or other health advice pertaining to any individual specific health or medical condition. You agree that use of this information is at your own risk and hold Runners Without Limits harmless from any and all losses, liabilities, injuries or damages resulting from any and all claims.
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Now that your big race is over, what is the best thing to do before you start training for the next big race? We've found most runners end up choosing one far end of the spectrum from jumping right back into training to taking “a little break” that turns into weeks of lost fitness. In this podcast episode, Coach Claire shares with you how to uncode what your weaknesses are and how to attack them without overtraining and while still giving yourself a mental break. This is a must listen if you want to maximize your training post-race. Connect, Comment, Community RunnersConnect Bootcamps Follow RunnersConnect on Instagram Runners Connect Winner's Circle Facebook Community RunnersConnect Facebook page GET EXPERT COACHING AT RUNNERSCONNECT!
Join Vicki Starr for a conversation surrounding the power of intentional Breathwork. Vicki will be leading a RESET Breathwork Workshop at Native Yoga Center on October 27th at 6pm. You can learn more about her by visiting her website at victorialeestarr.comVicki is a 6 Time Ironman Finisher including participation in the Hawaii Ironman World Championship. She is a Yoga Teacher, Nutrition Therapy Practitioner and is a Certified RESET Breathwork facilitator.Read more about Vicki here:Witnessing my dad walk through the end of his life shook me wide awake. I deeply desired to shed the layers within me that we're no longer of service: the people-pleasing, the feelings of not being enough, shame, and disconnection from life. I genuinely wanted to make sure that I never went to bed feeling like I had wasted a day. I began searching for the tools that would help me reconnect to myself. I began practicing yoga, Breathwork, meditation and started experiencing more inner peace as a result. I learned how to fall in love with the present moment and noticed my internal landscape was recalibrating.The single most profound shift in my life happened when I experienced Breathwork. I went from being stuck inside a cage of emotionally hardened protective shells and not living fully to tapping into and understanding my intuition, healing past childhood trauma, and learning to be deeply present by feeling all the feels of life. This 3-part guided Breathwork provides paths to quiet the mind and shift the internal dialogue. It's a path to emotional and spiritual transformation, the kind of shift that will change your entire life and lead you into a life of complete liberation!If you have any feedback about this podcast we would love to hear from you! New Student Livestream Special ~ Try 2 Weeks of Free Unlimited Livestream Yoga Classes at Native Yoga Center. Sign into the classes you would like to take and you will receive an email 30 minutes prior to join on Zoom. The class is recorded and uploaded to nativeyogaonline.com ~ Click Here to join.Thank you Bryce Allyn for the show tunes. Check out Bryce's website: bryceallynband.com and sign up on his newsletter to stay in touch. Listen here to his original music from his bands Boxelder, B-Liminal and Bryce Allyn Band on Spotify.Visit us at www.nativeyogacenter.com
Paul and Rob loop Hackney Marshes - windy, but sunny and soft underfoot - and Rob shares the full story of his Yorkshire Marathon 2021. Plus a special gig report after Shake With Laughter for Parkinson's UK at the Comedy Store, Paul embracing some sensible legwear and making friends with Hackney hounds, all the other Running Commentary crew who ran in York and beyond, and, with the running season in full swing - your PBs!Thank you to anyone and everyone who sponsored Rob in his brace of marathons - and all of you wonderful coffee-buyers hitting the Acast Supporter button; we love you all - happy running.Rob's book Running Tracks is available here - https://www.waterstones.com/book/running-tracks/rob-deering/9781800180444, you can get Paul's award-winning 26.2 Miles to Happiness here - https://www.waterstones.com/book/26-2-miles-to-happiness/paul-tonkinson/9781472975270Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/runningcommentary. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
It's a race local runners look forward to all year: the Novant Health Charlotte Marathon. In fact, this year, they've waited TWO years to run it in person! The pandemic canceled last year's marathon, just one year after so many people signed up that they exceeded the number of finishers' medals available. That was a nice problem to have. On Saturday, November 13th, they're back and better than ever. Tim Rhodes is the Race Director who has shepherded the last several years' marathons to the finish line. He's the owner of RunCharlotte, which organizes the 26.2 mile race, and all of the other races that go with it. And he joins us now on the BrandBuilders Podcast to give us a peek at how they're bringing the marathon back to Charlotte in style.
In this episode, I breakdown the strategy I'm using for my fundraising campaign and share how you can use the same principles to spark a movement.Enjoy!You can watch the video I mentioned and see the campaign using this link here. Please consider investing into this mission to bring relief to victims of trafficking.
#71 - When we said that we wanted to celebrate Latin Heritage Month - Bertrand's face immediately lit up. - I've got the perfect person - B said.We really couldn't do any better than Fernanda Perdomo-Arcienegas, the head of diversity, inclusion, and equality at San Jose State University. At we're so lucky to book this busy community leader - still recovering from her bout with walking pneumonia.Wow - this passionate runner also got her start later in life, after the passing of her mother in Colombia. We talk about the benefits of exercise for your mental health. The importance of community - not only for motivation, and the social aspects - but also for safety. And some coaching tips from the ultramarathoner and coach for San Jose Fit.We also talk about the importance of diversity, inclusion, and equality in all of our communities - and the local event that Fernanda is putting on in San Jose. All of the show notes can be found online at racemob.com/podcast - including links to her event. You won't want to miss this fun conversation.
“I hope that brands see the value in me and my future in running and what I have to offer to the running community.” On October 11, Nell Rojas ran her fourth marathon. In her Boston Marathon debut, Nell finished sixth overall, ran a personal best time of 2:27, and was the first American woman across the finish line. We heard from Nell before the race, and now she's back to recap every detail of race day. On this episode, Nell shares how she was feeling heading into the race, what race morning was like, and what it was like doing breathing exercises in a church nursery. She reflects on why her goal was to be first American that day, what that goal means to her now, and whether or not it matters. Plus, she shares fun stories from her post-race interviews and talks about what's next. SPONSOR: AfterShokz — Visit ontherun.aftershokz.com for 15% off wireless headphones. What you'll get on this episode: Was Boston the best day of Nell's life? (2:45) How Nell spent the day before the race (7:15) On lining up behind Des Linden at the start, and what the pre-race technical meetings are like (10:45) Choosing a race day outfit (15:00) How Nell was feeling on race morning (18:20) Nell's goals and her plan for race day (23:45) Why Nell's goal was to be top American at Boston (32:20) How Nell's race played out (38:25) The finish line experience (48:00) On being unsponsored, and what happens next (50:50) Nell answers a listener question about protein (54:20) What's next? (57:00) Follow Nell: Instagram @nell_rojas_running Twitter @nellrojas Follow Ali: Instagram @aliontherun1 Join the Facebook group Twitter @aliontherun1 Support on Patreon Blog Strava Listen & Subscribe: Apple Podcasts Spotify SoundCloud Overcast Stitcher Google Play 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!
Time constraints making training difficult? Is it advisable to do your long runs every six days and not seven if you are behind in your Marathon training schedule? Sport Scientist Lindsey Parry explains why that is NOT a good idea. Read More · CoachParry.com/PB · CoachParry.com/ASK
What happens when you get two unexpected stress fractures just months before you're planning to run the 125th Boston Marathon? Stephen has those answers and it's one fantastic story! He joins Blaire and Shawn for episode 25 of For Your Run! Bring them along for your miles!Follow Stephen on InstagramFollow For Your Run on InstagramKeep up with Shawn & Blaire on Instagram
After sharing our post-Boston Marathon recovery experiences, we talked about whether and and when it's appropriate to run another marathon in the same training cycle. After reviewing the factors one should consider when making the decision to run a second marathon in the same cycle, Lisa talks with one of our clients, Caetlin, who successfully ran (and PR'd) a second marathon after running a disappointing first marathon. We have been coaching Caetlin since 2017, when she came to us with the ultimate goal of getting her 3:50 marathon PR down enough to qualify for Boston. We worked with Caetlin to chip away at that time, also setting a half marathon PR along the way. When her initial attempt at a BQ at the 2018 Marine Corps Marathon fell short due to a virus, we helped Caetlin regroup and target a second marathon six weeks later, the 2018 Rehoboth Marathon, where she set a huge PR and qualified for the 2020 Boston Marathon with a 3:33 finish time. She returned to Rehoboth in December 2019, just before the pandemic, for a repeat performance and a new PR of 3:26. The pandemic meant Caetlin's first Boston Marathon was virtual, but she earned an entry to the October 2021 Boston and was able to toe the start line in Hopkinton with us last week. Be sure to listen to this week's podcast episode, as we welcome Caetlin as our guest and hear about her back-to-back marathons in an attempt to earn her BQ, as well as how she came to embrace and appreciate the "Plan B" approach to Boston following a back injury just three weeks before race day. Congrats, Caetlin! Thanks to our newest sponsor, RunMitts! Use the code RFFR10 for 10 percent off any order. Thank you to our additional sponsors, @soupergirl—use the code RUN20 for 20 percent off—-@oofos, @lilytrotterscompression, and @SPIbelt. If you enjoy our tips, consider checking out our coaching services. We provide individualized coaching for runners of all levels and have been doing so successfully for over 11 years. Head over to https://www.runfartherandfaster.com/programs/virtual-coaching/ to check out our services or send us an email at email@example.com. Don't forget to follow us on Instagram (www.instagram.com/runfartherandfaster) and Facebook (www.facebook.com/runfartherfaster). Check us out on Twitter at @Runfartherfast. Leave us a five star review! Thanks for listening! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/runfartherandfaster/message
October 10th and 11th brought an epic return to marathon racing in the US via the Chicago and Boston Marathons. The conditions were tough for many, but the energy and magic were amazing anyway. I was in Boston to run and experience one part of that myself. In this episode, I break down my post-marathon musings that might be helpful in you processing your races too.
It's not always about winning or achieving your personal best; you can use events to achieve all different types of goals. There is a lot to be gained from the experience of approaching and competing in an event if you are open to it! It can be as simple as you, executing your plan. Listen to this episode of the Fitness Disrupted podcast and hear about Tom's experience in the Baystate Marathon. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
I welcome Glenn De Leon Garza, a talented 3D artist on this episode. We begin by talking about the impact of COVID in Mexico, along with his responsibilities now as an art director. Then hear about his transition from being a 3D artist into an art director and management role, plus his thoughts on giving good direction. We then transition to getting his first job as a 3D artist, the challenges of working in the industry from Mexico, and differences in salaries with the U.S. Hear what his first years were like as a new artist and his secret for getting better. Learn what Glenn wishes he'd known when starting in the industry, advice he gives new artists, and needing to understand your weaknesses. Hear about the importance of finding a mentor and his secret to attracting people to his portfolio. We then discuss the importance of ArtStation, always having your portfolio ready, and advice on progressing through personal projects. Learn Glenn's thoughts on managing others, his favorite two projects to work on, and excitement around this new generation of PlayStation and XBox hardware when it's truly next gen. We then discuss concerns around too many sequels, thoughts around VR, plus Nintendo's failed Virtual Boy. Towards the end we examine the different communication styles with Eastern European developers, his current favorite game and the upcoming one he's excited about. Then Glenn turns the table and interviews me about what I'm playing, working on Mortal Kombat, and how I got my start in the game industry. After being interviewed we wrap up with how to get in contact with him, along with his one piece of parting advice to others. Bio: Glenn De Leon Garza is a talented 3D artist heading up creative teams that have developed games including Star Wars: The Old Republic, Borderlands 3, Friday the Thirteenth: The Game and The Sims. He's currently working from his home in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico, and welcomes other artists to reach out since he's passionate about helping others level up their skills and finding their way in the industry. Show Links: *Devoted Studios website *CGBot website *Star Citizen Wikipedia *ArtStation website *Nintendo Virtual Boy Wikipedia *Fire Emblem: Three Houses Nintendo *My TurboGrafx-16 Interview YouTube *GameShark Wikipedia Connect Links: *Glenn on ArtStation *Glenn on Instagram *Glenn's LinkedIn Game Dev Advice Links: *New: Game Dev Advice Patreon - help support the show if you find it entertaining or useful *Game Dev Advice Twitter *Game Dev Advice email (firstname.lastname@example.org) *Game Dev Advice website *Level Ex website - we're hiring *Game Dev Advice Hotline: (224) 484-7733, give a call! *Subscribe and go to the website full show notes with links Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On today's episode of the mini podcast, Dan talks about the time he ran a marathon and what he would do differently having done it. Thank you for dialing in, I hope you enjoy. https://www.Twitch.tv/DanGheesling https://www.YouTube.com/DanGheesling https://www.Twitter.com/DanGheesling https://www.Instagram.com/DanGheesling https://www.Discord.gg/DanGheesling https://www.Linktr.ee/DanGheesling
207: Eloise Wellings & her debut marathon Brad assesses his workouts relative to his age and considers options as Sydney reopens. Julian's back at work and in the tribulations of running while still learning to be a Dad. Brady has a bit of a challenging week in Echuca as he prepares for the Melbourne Marathon. Boston Marathon won by Benson Kipruto in tactical 2:09:51, after CJ Albertson led from the gun for most of it, while Diana Kipyokei won in 2:24:45, with Edna Kiplagat closing in the later stages. Boston Marathon Elite Leaderboard Jess Stenson returns to the marathon after three years and to top form, taking out line honours in the Perth Marathon with a time of 2:25:15, a World Championships Qualifier and 4th fastest Australian Woman of all time. Nic Harman won in 2:14:55, just 40 seconds off his PB set in the 2019 Fukuoka Marathon. Perth Marathon Results https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/trengove-is-back-and-harman-impresses-at-perth-marathon/?fbclid=IwAR1lEYVb4xpTVVjN9XFRjJRbjzV17GiHrkpAWMNiB5ZoXU8QWCGsimh997M Agnes Tirop 4th place finisher in Tokyo 5000m & World Championship Bronze Medallist in the 10000m was found murdered in her home in Kenya. https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/r-i-p-agnes-tirop/ Eloise Wellings returns to the show during her hotel quarantine, to debrief with James Constantine to recap of her day at the London Marathon where she ran 2:29:42 in her debut at the distance. Eloise goes through the splits of the race and her pacing strategy through the race, while fielding listener questions about her training, making comparisons to other athletes, transitioning to the longer distances and running to the different crowds. Eloise rounds out this conversation about how she's passing the time in quarantine, her work with Love Mercy Foundation, and the What's Right Within Podcast with co-host Rory Darkins. https://www.instagram.com/p/CUpF_9GgRRb/ Patreon Link: https://www.patreon.com/insiderunningpodcast Opening and Closing Music is Undercover of my Skin by Benny Walker. www.bennywalkermusic.com For shoes or running apparel contact Julian at: https://www.facebook.com/therunningcompanyballarat/ Join the conversation at: https://www.facebook.com/insiderunningpodcast/ To donate and show your support for the show: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=9K9WQCZNA2KAN
#Billsmafia how do you feel about going for it fourth down last night? Could have repercussions come playoff time. Yanks are keeping Aaron Boone. Is Cashman on a lifetime contract? SS is a priority. Gary Sanchez isn't the answer at catcher. Gleyber Torres is an enigma and pitching needs to be addressed too. They have a very busy offseason.Ben Simmons the petulant athlete. Wouldn't do a drill in practice so he was sent home. Let him stay there. Evander Kane get your shit together. You're a grown man.
Are you treating your homeschool journey like a sprint or a marathon? Many of us begin with the enthusiasm of sprinters, and discover that the sprint pace cannot be maintained for the life of our journey! Listen in this week as homeschool veteran Kelli Wilt shares her story and some true wisdom from down the road. You'll learn to pause, reflect, reassess, recalibrate—and rejoice!
I'm half way through the half-marathon training plan and wanted to do a solo episode on what I've learned so far. 1. you are stronger than you think2. prep, recovery, nutrition and sleep are all just as, if not more, important than the run itself3. have a fun activity/thing to look forward to post-run4. listen to your body and its cues 5. respect the process - you have untapped capacity I run with the Nike Run Club app (free) - Coach Bennett
The guys take put together Part 2 of a Horror Marathon. Will Travis's list derail from weird and absurd to disturbed? Are all of Nathan's movies actual horror movies? Download and tune-in to find out! Copyright 2021 | Klopek Media
Whether you just finished your fall race or it's coming up, you want to listen as Dimity and Sarah suggest: -recovery protocol for Amanda who's fresh off the Boston Marathon; -hydration-station tactics for first-time race participant Esther; and, -ways for Carey to get her relay partner's rear in gear! Shiver as Sarah details her final open-water swim sessions, and Dimity divulges her post-race attitude. The answers commence at 8:18. When you shop our sponsors, you help AMR. We appreciate your—and their—support! Feel supported: Save 15% at Handful.com with promo code HandfulAMR15 Hop to it: Save 20% off your first purchase at Jiminys.com/amr and use code AMR20. Relight your spark: Enjoy 30 days free of the Dipsea app by going to DipseaStories.com/amr Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Photo: Woodcut of the mass killings which took place during the February 28 Incident: an anti-government uprising in Taiwan that was violently suppressed by governor Chen Yi of the Kuomintang-led Republic of China government, which killed thousands of civilians beginning on February 28, 1947. The number of Taiwanese deaths from the incident and massacre was estimated to be between 18,000 and 28,000. The massacre marked the beginning of the White Terror, in which tens of thousands of other Taiwanese went missing, died, or were imprisoned. The incident is one of the most important events in Taiwan's modern history and was a critical impetus for the Taiwan independence movement. 4/4 The Fall of Taiwan; & What is to be done? @ElbridgeColby The Marathon Initiative. Captain Jerry Hendrix, @JerryHendrixII Telemus Group. RADM Edward "Sonny" Masso USN (ret), Naval Historical Foundation https://www.cnn.com/2021/10/15/politics/china-taiwan-tension-debate-biden-response/index.html - Elbridge Colby @ElbridgeColby The Marathon Initiative - Captain Jerry Hendrix, @JerryHendrixII Telemus Group, director of the Defense Strategies and Assessments Program at the Center for a New American Security, & USN [ret]. - RADM Edward "Sonny" Masso USN (ret), Naval Historical Foundation
Photo: The Takasago Volunteers were a unit of the Japanese Army recruited from Taiwanese aboriginal tribes. 3/4 The Fall of Taiwan; & What is to be done? @ElbridgeColby The Marathon Initiative. Captain Jerry Hendrix, @JerryHendrixII Telemus Group. RADM Edward "Sonny" Masso USN (ret), Naval Historical Foundation https://www.cnn.com/2021/10/15/politics/china-taiwan-tension-debate-biden-response/index.html - Elbridge Colby @ElbridgeColby The Marathon Initiative - Captain Jerry Hendrix, @JerryHendrixII Telemus Group, director of the Defense Strategies and Assessments Program at the Center for a New American Security, & USN [ret]. - RADM Edward "Sonny" Masso USN (ret), Naval Historical Foundation
photo: Soldiers of the 1874 expedition in Taiwan 2/4 The Fall of Taiwan; & What is to be done? @ElbridgeColby The Marathon Initiative. Captain Jerry Hendrix, @JerryHendrixII Telemus Group. RADM Edward "Sonny" Masso USN (ret), Naval Historical Foundation https://www.cnn.com/2021/10/15/politics/china-taiwan-tension-debate-biden-response/index.html - Elbridge Colby @ElbridgeColby The Marathon Initiative - Captain Jerry Hendrix, @JerryHendrixII Telemus Group, director of the Defense Strategies and Assessments Program at the Center for a New American Security, & USN [ret]. - RADM Edward "Sonny" Masso USN (ret), Naval Historical Foundation
Photo: Taiwan Confucian Temple built during the reign of Cheng Jing 1/4 The Fall of Taiwan; & What is to be done? @ElbridgeColby The Marathon Initiative. Captain Jerry Hendrix, @JerryHendrixII Telemus Group. RADM Edward "Sonny" Masso USN (ret), Naval Historical Foundation https://www.cnn.com/2021/10/15/politics/china-taiwan-tension-debate-biden-response/index.html - Elbridge Colby @ElbridgeColby The Marathon Initiative - Captain Jerry Hendrix, @JerryHendrixII Telemus Group, director of the Defense Strategies and Assessments Program at the Center for a New American Security, & USN [ret]. - RADM Edward "Sonny" Masso USN (ret), Naval Historical Foundation
“In my gut, I knew my life was about to change.” Shayla Martin has a lot to celebrate right now. First, her 43rd birthday. Then, a spontaneous experience dancing onstage at a concert with Diplo. And, perhaps most importantly, her three-year anniversary of being cancer-free. On this episode, meet two-time marathoner Shayla Martin, a woman who is always joyful, smiling, and seeking a good time. But in 2017, at just 39 years old, Shayla's world was rocked when she found a lump in her breast that turned out to be breast cancer. Here, Shayla shares her cancer story, which included a mastectomy, chemo, radiation, and three breast reconstruction surgeries. She talks about how cancer changed her relationship with her body, and why, in her forties, she decided to pursue therapy for the very first time. She talks about living her best life at Burning Man, about a low point in her life last summer, when she was arrested on her way home after a run, and about why she thinks "life should be lived in a tutu." Shayla lives in New York City where she works in hospitality sales for GrubHub. SPONSOR: AfterShokz — Visit ontherun.aftershokz.com for 15% off wireless headphones. What you'll get on this episode: On dancing onstage with Diplo and Jess King, and going to Burning Man (3:00) What Shayla's life was like before her cancer diagnosis (15:30) What it was like being diagnosed with breast cancer (19:50) How Shayla responded to chemo and radiation (35:00) How Shayla's relationship with her body has changed since getting cancer, and what it was like being told she was cancer-free (44:55) Therapy talk (54:00) Shayla's experience getting arrested last summer while walking home after a run (1:04:00) Check out: The Pink Agenda Black Burner Project on Instagram @blackburnerproject Follow Shayla: Instagram @sdotmartin05 Follow Ali: Instagram @aliontherun1 Join the Facebook group Twitter @aliontherun1 Support on Patreon Blog Strava Listen & Subscribe: Apple Podcasts Spotify SoundCloud Overcast Stitcher Google Play 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!