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Disgraced New Zealand long-distance runner Zane Robertson has been arrested in Kenya. According to local media Robertson was found in possession of an unlicensed firearm at his home on the outskirts of Iten. Police found an AK-47 rifle and ammunition when they forced entry into the home of the Oceania and New Zealand long-distance record holder and Commonwealth Games bronze medalist. We're joined by sports reporter Felicity Reid. [embed] https://players.brightcove.net/6093072280001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6337536087112
Todo sobre los nuevos Apple Watch Series 9 y Ultra 2, así como todos los cambios para deportistas de watchOS 10. - Episodio presentado por O2: Si quieres que las facturas de fibra y móvil dejen de ser una preocupación, O2 es la compañía de fibra más transparente, sencilla y sin sorpresas. Sin permanencia, con tarifas fáciles y con la mejor cobertura de fibra y móvil de España. Todos los detalles en https://o2online.es/ - o llamando al 1551. Pedro en Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/palabraderunner/ - Strava: https://www.strava.com/athletes/1169830 - Todo el material que recomiendo: https://www.amazon.es/shop/palabraderunner - Grupo en Telegram: https://t.me/grupopalabraderunner - Lista de música colaborativa en Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3HKZ7jyeix7lgyXuOmaZU9?si=LxewE053T96-KesQA7Ze7g - Instagram: https://instagram.com/palabraderunner/ - Web: https://www.palabraderunner.com - Grupo en Telegram: https://t.me/grupopalabraderunner - Mi Strava: https://www.strava.com/athletes/1169830 - Facebook: https://facebook.com/palabraderunner/ - Twitter: https://twitter.com/palabraderunner/ - Club Palabra de Runner en Strava: https://www.strava.com/clubs/palabraderunner
Sam Scaffidi is the founder and head coach of Project Sweat and Project Sweat Run Club. She is a 3:00:49 marathoner and has helped hundreds of runners set PRs, run pain-free, and fall in love with the sport of running. In this episode, Sam and I do a deep dive into the sport of running and the key elements to focus on to enhance performance and longevity. Tips for faster recovery after a race What to do when dealing with injuries as a runner How to run your first half marathon Why you should eat before you run Eating for performance vs. longevity Tips for pre and post-run nutrition How a gait analysis can help prevent injuries and improve running economy Ideal frequency for strength training as a runner How to include marathon paces into your long runs Signs of overtraining and how to avoid it What a 12-week marathon build should look like Sam's definition of ambition Connect with Sam: Personal IG: @sam.scaffidi Project Sweat IG: @projectsweatrunclub Connect with me: Download my FREE training app here: Upspace App Instagram: @dominicfusco TikTok: @dom_fusco YouTube: Dominic Fusco LinkedIn: Dominic Fusco Want to help the show grow? Sweet! Here's what you can do: Share this episode with someone who would find value in it. Leave a 5-star rating and review on the podcast app and let me know your honest opinion! Share this episode on your IG story and tag me @dominicfusco
Anatoliy Labinskiy is an entrepreneur, eCommerce expert, salesman, holder of 4-time Two Comma Club awards. His story is a perfect example of life when everything goes against us to become successful. In less than 5 years, he went from a simple waiter to a successful businessman and an owner of an 8 figure winner awards in the ecommerce space. Anatoliy is the founder of GSM Growth agency that helps ecom entrepreneurs grow to 6-7 figures in revenue. He is included in the Forbes Business Council and featured as one of the Top 10 eCommerce Entrepreneurs helping people during the COVID-19 recession. Questions • So, we always like to start off by finding out from our guests a little bit about their journey in your own words. Could you tell us a little bit about how you got to where you are today? • Now along that journey that took you to where you are today, what are maybe two to three things that you believe has contributed to your success that you believe if other people employ those three skills or competencies, they will achieve success as well? • Can you also share with us Anatoliy, in your experience, maybe two or three tips that you believe will help to enhance sales and customer service skills as an entrepreneur? • Could you also share with us what's the one online resource, tool, website or app that you absolutely cannot live without in your business? • Could you also share with our listeners what's the one thing that's going on in your life right now that you're really excited about? Either something you're working on to develop yourself or your people. • Where can listeners find you online? • Now, before we wrap our episodes up, we always like to ask our guests, do you have a quote or saying that during times of adversity or challenge, you will tend to revert to this quote if for any reason you get derailed or demotivated the quote kind of helps to get you back on track. Do you have one of those? Highlights Anatoliy's Journey Anatoliy shared that his journey is quite long and he will try to be as short as possible because it's a lot of factors which has brought him where he is today. But basically, back in 2013, he went to UAE Abu Dhabi with no cash and he didn't know English at all, had nothing behind him and just start working there as a like food runner, cleaning dirty plate from the restaurant but dreaming a lot as a simple Ukrainian guy that what he can have in this world when he has seen Abu Dhabi because Abu Dhabi is kind of a rich city in Arabic Emirates. So, it's something what motivates him. And after several years of failing, finding the better work, the better opportunities in life, he got married during that time. And back in 2017, he was already renting like small master bedroom, not even apartment, small room with his wife. And his wife said to him that she is pregnant. And that day, he really was scared like never before because he has seen her how she's crying. And not because she's happy, because she was terrified, like what's going to happen with them, they don't have their own apartment, rented apartments, they just rent in the room. And he promised to himself that he will not allow his kid to come in this world in the way where how he's living and how he grew up with financial troubles. So, he sent his wife back to Ukraine and start like move to even smaller apartment with two bedroom apartment with 7 other people rented just the bed space to save some money and start searching for opportunities and find out what is eCommerce all about. Give it a shot, spend everything what he had, nothing workout, and style start like becoming a zombie. Because I got addicted to the ecommerce and said to himself, 99% of people are failing, because they're quitting, he will never quit, he will never give up and he will make it work and he will become the top one person who will succeed. And this is exactly what happened after several months of fail and lost everything that he had. In February 2018, he finally got his first $8,000 in 15 days of sales in his Shopify store. And like step by step, October 2018, his first $50,000, November $150,000 and so on, so on. So, for the next couple of years, he was doing coaching of how to succeed in eCommerce. And in 2020, opened his eCommerce agency because there was a lot of requests from his students, “Can you manage ads, not with me, for me?” And he was like, “Wow, that's something interesting!” And they tested it out, one of the stores they made over $6.5 Million in two and a half years. And they were like, “Wow, that's really insane!” And in the same time when they were building all this process, they decided to switch from the mentorship to the agency side. And so, from March 2020, they are operating GSM Growth Agency and now have multiple businesses which is operating with different business partners. Me: Wow, that's a fulsome story Anatoliy, really, really powerful. Skills and Competencies Needed to Achieve Success Me: Now along that journey that took you to where you are today, what are maybe two to three things that you believe has contributed to your success that you believe if other people employ those three skills or competencies, they will achieve success as well? Anatoliy stated that it's a great question. And it's like good sounds too basic, but it is the fundamental of success. So, first of all, Never Give Up. You can turn left and right if something straight doesn't work. Like for example, he was always teaching his students that okay, if dropshipping eCommerce won't work for you, listen, in this couple of months, you've got insane experience in eCommerce industry, in Shopify, like affirmations of different processes and all marketing, find out just different sub niche in eCommerce and test it out that as well and see that maybe there you'll get more luck with that. So, some of the people who are listening to him that they quit on the dropshipping, but one of them actually told their partners, in couple years, come back to him and say that they now operate in email marketing agency successfully. Another person came back to him after one and half year and said, “Anatoliy, I follow your steps and now I'm living in Abu Dhabi. And he was in France before as an immigrant, and now I'm running like, YouTube automation advertising agency.” And there is several stories like that, one person just go out as a head of marketing department position in his city, just because he was smartest guy in the room on the interview, because he just used that experience, which he got in the couple of months of mentorship. And he just implemented as like life experience to his own needs. And he became like in some local company, marketing expert and got the head of marketing department. So never give up, like adapt and try something else. This is number one thing which he would say for sure. The second thing, You Have to Know Your Why. If your why is just finances, you just follow the cash, you will fail, you will never build a strong business, never. You will make money here and now most probably, and that's fine. But at the end, you'll stay with nothing because when you don't have your strong why, you won't to be able to build anything sustainable, and for the long run, you're going to be just going to make quick cash and that's it. So, think about your why, his why, for example, it was his son, when he found out that his wife is pregnant as she delivered the baby, he still haven't made anything, he lost already everything by that moment when baby has been delivered. But it was his strong why that he has no chance to lose. He have no chances to quit and his why was so strong that it was pushing him forward and it's continued pushing him because he knows that he has higher responsibilities now and kids are growing and you need universities to think about, you need schools to think about, you need to think about your own life, retirement and all that stuff. So, you're basically building your own life under your own rules, it's your why. You have to think of your why which is going to let you wake up earlier, going to sleep later, this is the second thing. And number three, Don't Be Scared to Hire People, to Build a Team. So many people stay in as a small business owners, small intrapreneurs just because first of all, they don't want to lose the profitability, “Oh my god, if I hire him, I cannot afford it. I will lose like instead of 40% profit, I will be on 20% profit, it's not possible. No, no, no how will I pay my bills.” They think so small and they look so straight like he's always saying oh look wider on it. When you start looking wider on the things, you understand by hiring technical person who are going to be able to reduce the busy work from you on the technical stuff, your brain will start functionalities of how to create more business to your company. And will be a CEO of your company, chief executive officer, which is the goal is to bring more businesses to your business. So, by hiring one more or couple of people, you will lose profitability at the beginning, you will reduce the profitability but it will allow you by having one technical person, one salesperson, it will allow you to bring more businesses and operate more customers, a salesperson will bring you more people, more clients and the technical person will be operating and managing them while you're thinking about new channels for getting more customers, for improving the skills of your employers and so on, by having this kind of team, or by having this kind of three rules in your life to follow, you will be able to grow so fast, this is what he has done. He's been a mentor for couple of years, and he reached his ceiling of income and I couldn't grow because he has only 24 hours a day and he's alone, when he hires one person for testing like agency stuff and after that switch to completely agency model, they made four weeks in the first month of starting agency to compare when he was alone, that's the example. And it's always like that, don't be scared to hire a team, find your why and never give up, these three things, which he would highly recommend to follow, it simple, but it is the true. Tips to Enhance Sales and Customer Service Skills as an Entrepreneur Me: Can you also share with us Anatoliy, in your experience, maybe two or three tips that you believe will help to enhance sales and customer service skills as an entrepreneur? What are some of the things that you've done to enhance customer service to deliver that amazing, fantastic experience that your customers want to come back, not just buy from you once, but come back again and again? Anatoliy stated that it's a great question. Because he will tell you honestly, result in great customer service, your company will not survive as well. Like if you don't have a goal in life, and if you don't have a customer service in company, as it is good customer service. So, by that being said, by working in eCommerce, they are not dealing with people straight away, face to face, they are dealing online and online to make the person calm, it's harder than you are face to face with them on the phone, because they don't see your reactions, they don't see who you are, they don't feel the emotions, they are just angry and you need to deal with that by using the right words and right techniques. So, he's really grateful for his past experience being a waiter in back in 2014, 2015, 2016. Like in Dubai, he moved from Abu Dhabi to Dubai, where he got to experience in the top Italian restaurants of Abu Dhabi. And after that top Italian restaurant in Dubai, where he learned a lot of customer service tactics and sales tactics, how to sell someone who is already full, how to sell dessert or coffee, or how to sell $3,000 wine, it is storytelling, and it is a great language, how to produce the right wipes that person would love to buy from you and come back again because they enjoy the service. So, by that being said, when he started coaching, he got 100% of success in terms of customer service by implementing exactly the same structure. Even if it wasn't work for person, he never got anyone left him with angry face, even if they were not satisfied with something after conversation with him and customer service, which he provided during the journey, they were leaving with smile and wishing him all the best. So, when he opened the agency, he was training his company, his team, it being him. So, he was sharing with them all the golden nuggets and all his experience, how to speak with their customers for buying from website, clients for using their service in the agency and so on. So, one of the tactics which he learned so now he coming to the answer. It was just a story before. You're supposed to always introduce yourself as a middleman. What does it mean? Even if you're CEO of your company, you're proud of it, and you want to show that yeah, I'm a decision maker. I'm the main guy here, I'm the main lady here and I'm going to be making decision if I will give you a discount, refund, will solve your problem or no, then this person will know that it will become even matter because okay, this is the guy who I will screw now, who I will get paid from. So, in our industry, very important, do not allow this to happen. So, that's why. Usually how it works, he will give you an example of like email marketing when speaking to someone who just purchased from you and they said, “Hey, it's the wrong size” or like, “Hey, I changed my mind, I want blue not red t shirt, and it's already on the way so it's already shipped, it's not possible to be done.” You can provide discount, but not exchange only if they will return the item. So, basically, how to handle that, are you introduce yourself let's say, “My name is Misty, I'm a customer service specialist in the XYZ store. I'm here to support you with any kind of questions which you have. I have noticed that you send it to us these kinds of requests.” And obviously asking for tracking number, this is one of the parts of their business, but the main point, you introduce yourself not as an authority, you introduce yourself as a customer service specialist, who is not responsible for decision making. And saying, “Please clarify for me all the details of your problem. And I will do my best to forward that to the top management and ask them to support you in this situation. And again, I'm not making any decisions but I know that your case completely can be managed in somehow and I will be fighting for you because I feel what is going on. I feel your pain. I feel what you're saying.” use these kinds of words, it makes people calm. It makes people feeling that someone is taking care of them. And it's good to implementable even better in the local shop, in the local business because when you are saying to them, even they know that you're the one they stand face to face to but you're saying and they say, “Oh my god, you paint my car and my car looks disaster. Give my $3,000 back. I want refund.” And you know that it's not possible but maybe you can give some small, we refund that they will be happier but if you will be decision maker in front of them, they will squeeze you. But if you say, “Hey, I completely understand what you're saying, oh my god, really, it's never happened before. But I'm here to help you out. Even you know that I'm the owner of the place. But the thing is that we have a structure. We have an accounting department, we have lawyers, we have agreements which has been signed, I need to figure it out how I can help you out to overtake all those bit of variety of stuff, and making sure that I will be able to provide you the best possible solution. Are you with me with that?” And this person is feeling like, “Oh my god, he's awesome.” He's pointed out he's the owner, but he's not able to help because there is several bureaucratic steps, which he needs to take over and find out the solution. But he's more than sure that by his personal approach, he'll find out the best possible option. But even you pointed out that you need to go through the heads and finding out, they know that decision maker somewhere there. And you'll come back in some time if it's locally on the phone or in the mail and saying, “Hey, I just spoke to the management and as I said to you, we have a like non-refundable agreement which just has been signed, but listen, I was talking to them and I was really pushing them hard to make the things different. That's why I made it happen and my pressure allows me to squeeze this deal as much as possible and they agreed to give you a full refund of your request by 20% of the deal which you have made let's say $3,000 painting the car it's like 20% $600 plus you can receive from us XYZ in the future, so all it depends on your business.” App, Website or Tool that Anatoliy Absolutely Can't Live Without in His Business When asked about an online resource that he cannot live without in his business, Anatoliy shared that because his business is online, they use advertising platforms such as Facebook, TikTok, Google. So, Shopify, he would say in his particular direction, right now, if they will lose Shopify, it will be huge trouble for the company, because they don't have business. All of their customers on Shopify stores. But since he's living in eCommerce direction, they have a lot of alternatives, which is WooCommerce, Corra, a lot of different alternatives so they'll switch their direction and move there. But he would say it's will affect them a lot the same, like if Facebook won't work, they'll have Tik Tok, Tik Tok not work, they have Google. So, they have different options of the softwares to exchange in case something is happening, but different tools. But seriously, like if Shopify goes down, it's definitely will hold their business for a while to fix the problem. What Anatoliy is Really Excited About Now! Anatoliy shared that he would say that right now, they have two new directions, which is he's really excited about to grow them. And one is his personal and one is about the team, and he's excited to bring that to his team as fast as possible and get results because it will be new era for his team of the interesting projects. So, first one is for the company for the team, it's like IUL telesales mastery direction, which is for the insurance agents who are dealing with the insurance packages for nurses for life insurance. And it's incredible valuable product which is they are teaching them, they have a 20 years plus coach with 23 year plus experienced coaches who are going to be coaching those salespeople how to sell successfully life insurance for a particular niche, like a nurse's niche. But it is useful for nurses because they won't be paying taxes from their retirement when they retire and their insurance will be there. With these kinds of IUL insurance, they will be able to save all the cost on taxes and avoid pay taxes legally and build their bigger wealth for the retirement process in the future. So, it's like super useful product for the end user and super cool and powerful product for the insurance agents. So, this is something that he's excited to bring in the mass from the company side as a different project. And something personal, which is he's like really cannot sleep and excited every single day. It was back in 2017, eCommerce, the same work he's now excited about this one for himself. It's a real estate investments in Section 8, so they are buying houses in bad shape, doing full rehab and providing for the Section 8 people like rental agreements with the government and provided for the Section 8 people who are having low income, not able to rent by themselves be signing contracts with the government and providing them the place to live and it's not the cheapest or bad shape houses, they are actually going to be doing full rehab and these kinds of people can live in the normal condition house and build their life in the way how they wish to. So, it's super useful for the end user who are going to be staying there as a tenant. And it's a great business model since they're going to be dealing with the government and getting the consistent cash flow from the government checks. So, providing the place where to live physical conditions for people. And so, growing business there, it's one of the incredible things which just makes him excited like never before. Where Can We Find Anatoliy Online Instagram - @ecombyanatoliy YouTube – Anatoliy Labinskiy E-com business encyclopedia Website – www.gsmgrowthagency.com Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/anatoliylabinskiy/ Ecom Business Stream Podcast - https://linktr.ee/ecombusinessstream Want to Boost Your Sales? Start Creating Killer Ad Copy Today! Fill out the form and get our $97 eBook for FREE
Recommend this show by sharing the link: pod.link/2Pages The idea at the heart of my book, How to Begin, is that we unlock our greatness by working on the hard stuff. Now, when I wrote the first draft of that book …and I shared it with friends, the feedback I got was it was confusing and a deeply underwhelming mess. And so when I picked myself up off the floor and I picked through the rubble to see if there's anything that could be rescued, the most precious thing was, in fact, that line, ‘We unlock our greatness by working on the hard stuff.' But here's the rub. What that is saying is this: how will you disrupt what's comfortable for you now? How will you stir things up? How will you confuse and disappoint and anger some people around you? How will you make them and you nervous? …When you step up and you work on the hard stuff, you step forward into the unknown and to that ambiguity, you find something thrilling and important and daunting. I first came across Tony Stubblebine because, back in the day, he started Coach Me, an early habit tracker app. He turned that app into a successful coaching business, in part by becoming one of the most successful writers on Medium, a platform devoted to publishing, writing about human stories and ideas. When the founding CEO of Medium wanted to step down, Tony welcomed the opportunity to step into that role, and grow Medium and widen its impact. Get book links and resources at https://www.mbs.works/2-pages-podcast/ Tony Stubblebine reads two pages from Once A Runner by John L. Parker, Jr. [reading begins at 21:41] Hear us discuss: The desire to create your own company. “A lot of entrepreneurs have a lack of trust. [A belief that] I cannot put my career in the hands of other people.” [7:00] | When you say yes to something, you're saying no to other things. Tony talks about what that meant for him when he was called back to be the CEO of Medium. [10:00] | “People especially are like, well, we got to put a bunch of ideas out and let them compete, and the best ideas will win. I think what we found is the best ideas don't win and the loudest ideas, the most toxic ideas, often are the ones that are winning.” [15:00] | Endurance athletes can experience expending all of their mental and physical resources; going to and tipping right over the edge of what is possible by observing and accepting what is happening rather than negotiating whether or not they can do it. There are benefits to this type of focus for everyone, and mental conditioning such as meditation can help you achieve them. [24:55] | “People always want a quick fix, but the most reliable fix is a massive amount of work.” Tony shares how increased calm and mental awareness can help you use what you know more effectively, even when you're under great pressure. [34:16] | When you look beyond habits you find identity and belief which have a greater influence on the choices that you make. [41:40] | What can change for you when you think about your life in terms of a cognitive budget, and reducing the number of opportunities you have to make choices that aren't aligned with your identity. [50:35]
Solo episode! :) I'm giving all my beginners running tips and everything I've learned on my journey to half marathon! Follow along! Jen's IG: @jen_laurenn Jen's YouTube: /jenlauren Jen's TikTok: @jenlaurenn Watch the podcast episodes on YouTube: HERE Podcast TikTok: @daretoselfcarepod JOIN OUR COMMUNITY ON GENEVA HERE Discount Codes: Sakara: https://bit.ly/2UPwvrd (20% DISCOUNT CODE: XOJENLAUREN) EBOOST: www.eboost.com (20% DISCOUNT CODE: JENLAUREN)Liquid IV: https://glnk.io/koyv/jen-laurenn (25% OFF + FREE SHIPPING CODE: JEN_LAURENN) Evolve By Erika (Kundalini Breathwork): http://evolvebyerika.vhx.tv/checkout?code=jen10&plan=monthly (10% OFF CODE: JEN10) Hilma: https://bit.ly/3kLcoEO (Use code JENLAUREN20 for 20% off) --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/jen-lauren/support
Los últimos 7 días antes de la Maratón. Qué hacer, qué no hacer y a qué prestar atención la semana de la Maratón: https://www.palabraderunner.com/semana-del-maraton-consejos/ - Episodio presentado por Be Levels: complementos basados en la evidencia científica. Chill Mood es una de sus fórmulas maestras para dormir como un bebe, descansar mejor y conciliar antes el sueño. Con el código PDR tienes descuento en cualquier producto de Be Levels https://belevels.com/products/chill-mood?sca_ref=4270014.bwNjM5WfIN - Libro de Maratón de Pfitzinger: https://pdrun.es/libromaratonpfitz - Pedro en Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/palabraderunner/ - Strava: https://www.strava.com/athletes/1169830 - Todo el material que recomiendo: https://www.amazon.es/shop/palabraderunner - Grupo en Telegram: https://t.me/grupopalabraderunner - Lista de música colaborativa en Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3HKZ7jyeix7lgyXuOmaZU9?si=LxewE053T96-KesQA7Ze7g - Instagram: https://instagram.com/palabraderunner/ - Web: https://www.palabraderunner.com - Grupo en Telegram: https://t.me/grupopalabraderunner - Mi Strava: https://www.strava.com/athletes/1169830 - Facebook: https://facebook.com/palabraderunner/ - Twitter: https://twitter.com/palabraderunner/ - Club Palabra de Runner en Strava: https://www.strava.com/clubs/palabraderunner
It's finally here! The KC Hustle Run brought to you by the Back of the Pack Podcast is now in the history books! What an amazing day of being with our running friends both new and old. There's so many people to thank and I know we'll miss some, but from Kyle at the BotP Podcast, THANK YOU!
If you got injured, but you're trying to get back to running, one of the most important decisions you can make is which doctor you choose to see. And it is entirely your choice. I just got off a call with a runner who had a really serious issue. She rolled her ankle. She treated it like a normal ankle sprain. But about six weeks later, it was still a little bit puffy. It still hurts. It was still bugging her, and she wanted to get a second opinion. She did the right thing. She went and saw an orthopedic surgeon to get a second opinion. When we were on the call yesterday, there were three things that I saw as definite red flags and definite signs that this woman was seeing the wrong doctor. What are the top three ways you can be sure you're seeing the wrong doctor? Well, that's what we're talking about today on the Doc On The Run Podcast.
Welcome to Episode #035 of Mission Of Spe Podcast. In this episode. Mark will be interviewing Michael Aitken.Mike is an ambitious, disciplined, creative thinker with over 12 years of experience in fundraising, sales, marketing and a Masters in Non-Profit Administration. He founded the Team Runner Racing Team and Foundation to carry on the legacy of my son Runner, who passed away in January of 2015 after a short but courageous battle with Liver Cancer.Team Runner hosts numerous fundraising events annually providing support for local organizations while proudly donning the "Super Runner" Logo as they race and train on the streets of St. Louis and the Midwest Region. In today's episode, you will hear about such topics as: Growing up in sports but no interest in running as a child Competing in race walking in college Make a Wish for his son Runner and his passing Birthday Bash Run for Runner's Birthday Reach out to Mike Aitken: Race Registration: https://runsignup.com/Race/MO/SaintAnn/RunnersBooBash5kandFunRunWalk Instagram:www.instagram.com/teamrunnerracing/ Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/teamrunnerracing
"That was my overwhelming emotion: embarrassment." Charlie Watson is a UK-based registered dietitian, marathoner, blogger, and mom. In this conversation, she talks about being diagnosed with MRKH (Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser Syndrome), a rare disorder that affects the female reproductive syndrome, and about how it affected her both as a teenager and, more recently, as an aspiring mom. She talks about her journey to motherhood via surrogate, including the IVF and egg-freezing process, finding and choosing a surrogate, and why pursuing motherhood via surrogacy is both an overwhelming decision and a privilege. Charlie is currently training for the Valencia Marathon. SPONSOR: adidas: Click here to check out the adiClub membership benefits, including 15% off and free shipping. FOLLOW CHARLIE @therunnerbeans Follow Ali: Instagram @aliontherun1 Join the Facebook group Twitter @aliontherun1 Support on Patreon Subscribe to the newsletter 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!
Gabriel & Ian are the co-authors of a new paper titled: Flat feet: deformities or healthy anatomical variants?Today, we discuss where the narrative of 'flat-feet is bad' came from and whether the theory correlates with the research.We also answer the question if people with flat feet are more injury prone and need interventions such as orthotics and stability shoes.Papers mentioned in the episode:Flat feet: deformities or healthy anatomical variants?The effect of foot orthoses and insoles on running economy and performance in distance runners: A systematic review and meta-analysisFlatfoot over the centuries: the background of current conservative and operative treatmentsBecome a Patron! Choose your Tier HereRun Smarter YouTube ChannelReceive Run Smarter EmailsBook a FREE Injury chat with BrodieRun Smarter App IOS or Android Podcast Facebook group
Join me as I delve into Week 2 of my running journey with "Mere Mortals in Motion." From overcoming mental barriers to untying the mysteries of numb toes, I'm learning the art of adjusting on the go. While family commitments and unexpected challenges arise, pushing through with an adjusted 6km run on Sunday proves that progress is a journey, not a sprint. Dive in as I share insights, hurdles, and the sneaky secrets of shoelaces. Every kilometer counts, and this week we clocked in just over 19km. Let's keep moving!
Seguimos hablando sobre la Maratón de Berlín: En ese episodio abordamos todo el material y nutrición que llevaremos en la Maratón Berlín, con Mirabai. Mirabai en Strava:https://www.strava.com/athletes/61831788 - Y en Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mirabai_cuenca/?hl=es - Libro de Maratón de Pfitzinger: https://pdrun.es/libromaratonpfitz - Pedro en Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/palabraderunner/ - Strava: https://www.strava.com/athletes/1169830 - Todo el material que recomiendo: https://www.amazon.es/shop/palabraderunner - Grupo en Telegram: https://t.me/grupopalabraderunner - Lista de música colaborativa en Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3HKZ7jyeix7lgyXuOmaZU9?si=LxewE053T96-KesQA7Ze7g - Instagram: https://instagram.com/palabraderunner/ - Web: https://www.palabraderunner.com - Grupo en Telegram: https://t.me/grupopalabraderunner - Mi Strava: https://www.strava.com/athletes/1169830 - Facebook: https://facebook.com/palabraderunner/ - Twitter: https://twitter.com/palabraderunner/ - Club Palabra de Runner en Strava: https://www.strava.com/clubs/palabraderunner
"I went in with zero expectations — let's see what happens! — and totally surprised myself." Lindsay Flanagan just represented Team USA at the World Athletics Championship marathon in Budapest. She finished ninth, was the top American of the day, and is feeling psyched about how it all played out. In this conversation, the Asics-sponsored athlete and two-time member of Team USA recaps her experience at World Championships, including a lost luggage situation, what the crowds in Budapest were like, and how the whole race went down. (Fun fact: Lindsay's roommate was fellow Team USA marathoner Susanna Sullivan!) SPONSORS: UCAN: Click here to get a FREE Edge sample pack (you'll just pay the cost of shipping), and use code ALI23 for 20% off your next UCAN order. goodr: Use code ONTHERUN for free shipping on your entire order. Vacation Races: Click here and use code ONTHERUN200 for $200 off any Global Adventures trip, or code ONTHERUN15 for 15% off any half marathon or ultra marathon registration. What you'll get on this episode: On dealing with post-Budapest jet lag, marathon recovery, and wrapping up the 2023 racing season (3:55) Lindsay's approach to Orlando 2024 (8:45) Lindsay reflects on running her “breakthrough” 2:24 at last year's Gold Coast Marathon (10:30) How Lindsay found out she made Team USA (12:15) Lindsay's stories from the World Championships marathon finish line (17:40) All about the pre-race vibes, group texts, athlete lounges, and more (22:00) How Lindsay was feeling the night before the marathon (32:00) How Lindsay was feeling the morning of the race (35:00) Lindsay breaks down her race at the 2023 World Athletics Championships marathon in Budapest (41:15) On being satisfied and always wanting more (55:30) What happened after Lindsay crossed the finish line (57:20) Follow Ali: Instagram @aliontherun1 Join the Facebook group Twitter @aliontherun1 Support on Patreon Subscribe to the newsletter 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!
#097 - We can't ignore the pivotal role of recovery in endurance training. Ryan Hurley, founder of Lagoon Sleep, gives us a peek into his recovery routine, which includes stretching, strength training, and yes, sleep. Ryan is an elite athlete who switched from swimming to endurance sports like Ironman, marathons, and Ultra Marathons.The insights from Ryan Hurley in this podcast episode underscore the importance of sleep and recovery in reaching athletic heights. Ready to take your training to the next level? Join us for this illuminating chat as we unravel the finer details of endurance, sleep, and recovery.Topics Covered:Hear Ryan's journey of switching to endurance sportsUnderstand the pivotal role of recovery in endurance trainingLearn the importance of incorporating recovery days into training plansHear how wearables can be utilized to monitor progress & performanceToday's GuestRyan HurleyRyan is the founder of the sleep and fitness brand Lagoon. The company's mission is to help athletes optimize their sleep to maximize their daily performance. Ryan's a lifelong endurance athlete, previously swimming at an elite level through high school and at the University of Virginia, where he was an All-American, 2x Olympic Trials finalist, and Silver Medalist at the World University Games.Since then, Ryan has ventured into other endurance sports. He's an Ironman, 3x marathon finisher and just recently ran the 50 mile ultra marathon in Leadville. Follow Lagoon Sleep:Website - lagoonsleep.comInstagram - @lagoonsleepFacebook - @lagoonsleepResources:Inspire to Run on Instagram - @inspiretorunpodcastFree Guide - Kickstart your Fitness in 5 Steps8 Week Fitness Coaching Program with Underdog FitnessSign-up using code INSPIRE10 for 10% off Rate, Review, & Follow on Apple Podcasts“Inspire to Run Podcast is truly inspiring!”
[Download] Race Day Blueprint Are you ready to run a half marathon? Wondering if you are prepared to go the distance? Are you up for the challenge? Running a half marathon is no easy task. It requires commitment, dedication, and a whole lot of training. But the feeling of crossing that finish line is absolutely incredible! So, are you prepared to go the distance? Let's find out. In this episode, coach LaToya Felton from our Spark Healthy Runner coaching team provides you with a decision making algorithm to find out whether you should or shouldn't run a half marathon right now. We consider your training, mindset, strength training, and fatigue levels. There are six parts of your running journey that need to be optimized so you can run strong and last long! Learn them here. Want Dr. Duane to answer your question on the podcast? Submit your running and health questions here Related Resources: Listen to my previous podcast on 5 Half Marathon Training Mistakes to Avoid How to Grow as a Runner (6 Steps) E-book Get all of coach LaToya's previous episodes as well as her full bio here Want the structured run and strength plan with motivation and accountability to reach your highest running potential? Book a call and learn more about Healthy Runner coaching here A big thanks to ucan for your support for this episode! If you have seen my long runs and sweaty speedwork on social media, you know that I never hit the wall because I fuel with Energy gels from UCAN. Fuel smarter during a run with the best no sugar energy gel on the market delivering up to 75+ minutes of steady energy to power your best running performance. Click here and use code HEALTHYRUNNER for 20% off your entire UCAN order! Connect with coach LaToya: - Instagram: @llf423 - Email: email@example.com - Healthy Runner Facebook Community Connect with Dr. Duane: - Instagram - @sparkhealthyrunner - Join Our Healthy Runner Facebook Community - Subscribe to our YouTube Channel - firstname.lastname@example.org - www.sparkhealthyrunner.com Listen & Subscribe: Apple Podcasts Spotify Stitcher Google Play iHeartRadio Amazon Music Website
“Almost every time these warning signs come, it is a manifestation of poor fueling”. I've said this many, many times in the Marathon Fueling Course. In the course, one of the area's I deep dive into is: why these warning signs happen, how to prevent them, and what to do if/when we experience them. AND GUESS WHAT, IT'S NOT JUST INJURY! Although these warning signs may be common symptoms, they shouldn't be your “normal” or baseline as an athlete. They are, however, helpful indicators that it's time to re-strategize. Let's talk about them and what you can do. Browse dietitian-approved supplements to support your journey (P.S. you can ask me for recommendations and get a discount): https://www.thorne.com/u/marathon-fueling Read these 11 on the blog: https://marathonfueling.com/blog/runners-warning-signs Connect on insta: https://instagram.com/marathonfueling Enroll in the Marathon Fueling Course: https://marathonfueling.com/marathon-fueling-course
Todo sobre las Adidas Adizero Adios Pro Evo 1 https://www.palabraderunner.com/adidas-adizero-adios-pro-evo-1/ - - Episodio presentado por O2: Si quieres que las facturas de fibra y móvil dejen de ser una preocupación, O2 es la compañía de fibra más transparente, sencilla y sin sorpresas. Sin permanencia, con tarifas fáciles y con la mejor cobertura de fibra y móvil de España. Todos los detalles en https://o2online.es/ - o llamando al 1551. Pedro en Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/palabraderunner/ - Strava: https://www.strava.com/athletes/1169830 - Todo el material que recomiendo: https://www.amazon.es/shop/palabraderunner - Grupo en Telegram: https://t.me/grupopalabraderunner - Lista de música colaborativa en Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3HKZ7jyeix7lgyXuOmaZU9?si=LxewE053T96-KesQA7Ze7g - Instagram: https://instagram.com/palabraderunner/ - Web: https://www.palabraderunner.com - Grupo en Telegram: https://t.me/grupopalabraderunner - Mi Strava: https://www.strava.com/athletes/1169830 - Facebook: https://facebook.com/palabraderunner/ - Twitter: https://twitter.com/palabraderunner/ - Club Palabra de Runner en Strava: https://www.strava.com/clubs/palabraderunner
The queen of running social media graced us with her presence!!! Erin Azar aka ImMrsSpaceCadet! Erin took running by storm a few years ago with her content focusing on connecting with other folks that love running yet find it to be a struggle…calling herself a Pro Struggle Runner. Her content literally BLEW UP! Fast forward she is a host of a podcast sponsored by Red Bull, she's been on the Today Show, works with the USATF making content with some of the worlds greatest athletes, and crushing it on Instagram and TikTok! This episode is different than you might expect…I walked away with so many takeaways and tips I am going to work to implement in life! This was a fun one but kinda deep too! I liked Erin before but now…I feel like I just gained a new friend! Go follow Erin on IG https://instagram.com/immrsspacecadet?igshid=MzRlODBiNWFlZA==
Welcome to another inspiring episode of the Underdog Show Podcast. In this episode, you'll get to know Rob Rene, the founder of My Faith and Health Newsletter and QE Strong. Rob's journey is as unique as it is inspiring - from his dreams of becoming a pro runner to a fateful encounter with a truck that led him into sales. He'll share his battle with alcohol addiction and his quest to establish QE Strong, a company all about natural health solutions using frequency-based therapies. Rob's insights into nutrition and his call for everyone to explore their health truths make this episode a must-listen. Join Pamela Bardhi and Rob for a chat about transformation and the pursuit of a healthier future!The highlights of the episodes are as follows:Rob's inspiration for his journey to where he is nowWhy and how did running become an integral part of his childhood? What events stopped him from being a professional runner?How did the pandemic change Rob's perspective on health? What are the problems we're facing in modern-day medications?Rob's alcohol addiction and how he got out of itRob's advice to his younger selfIf you found this story worth your time and made changes in your life, we'd love to hear from you! Subscribe and leave a review ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐Follow Rob Rene on his socials:QE Strong Website: https://qestrong.comLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/robrene The Underdog Podcast host is none other than Pamela Bardhi. She's rocking the Real Estate Realm and has dedicated her life as a Life Coach. She is also in the Forbes Real Estate Council. To know more about Pam, check out the following:Website: https://pamelabardhi.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/pamela_bardhiTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@pamela_bardhiYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@elevatethroughrealestateOur goal is to help you create the life you dream of through real estate. We're giving value-packed masterclasses on our YouTube Channel - Elevate Through Real Estate. Make sure to subscribe. https://www.youtube.com/@elevatethroughrealestate.
Jason Fitzgerald is the Head Coach and Founder of Strength Running, Host of The Strength Running Podcast, Columnist for Trail Runner Magazine, and a 2:39 marathoner. Strength Running was started in 2010 and quickly grew to one of the largest running sites on the web with over 200,000 monthly readers. It's been featured in Runner's World, The Washington Post, Health Magazine, USA Today, The Huffington Post, and most other major media. The Strength Running Podcast has grown into the #2 most popular running podcast in the US of all time, with millions of downloads and recommendations from PodiumRunner, Runner's World, and other industry leaders. Key Points: The benefits of strength training for runners Understanding ‘running economy' and why it is important Tips to run injury-free 4 strength exercises all runners should be doing Using proper fueling to enhance performance and recovery How to properly fuel for long runs How often you should race over the period of a year Intensity vs. volume in training and how to balance both safely Why starting with middle-distance running will make you a better marathon runner Keys to running a faster marathon and breaking through plateaus Do you need to be skinnier to run faster? Calculating effort and race paces for workouts to crush your goals Overcoming obstacles to continue to improve as a runner Episode Resources: Optimize your health and start doing more with your day with Valor Craft Performance to get 25% off with code “DOM25” at checkout: https://www.buyvcp.com/ Connect with Jason: Strengthrunning.com The Strength Running Podcast on Apple The Strength Running Podcast on Spotify Jason's Instagram Connect with me: Download my FREE training app here: Upspace App Instagram: @dominicfusco TikTok: @dom_fusco YouTube: Dominic Fusco LinkedIn: Dominic Fusco Want to help the show grow? Sweet! Here's what you can do: Share this episode with someone who would find value in it. Leave a 5-star rating and review on the podcast app and let me know your honest opinion! Share this episode on your IG story and tag me @dominicfusco
Episode Notes For links to The Runner Box and for notes from this episode, visit our show notes page https://makingitinasheville.com/126 If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to our podcast and Youtube channel (https://www.youtube.com/@makingitinasheville) and/or share this episode with a friend! It helps to spread the word and get more eyes on Asheville's makers. Music by Commonwealth Choir (http://www.commonwealthchoir.com) ======== About Making In In Asheville ======== Welcome to Making It in Asheville —a podcast, blog, and community dedicated to sharing behind-the-scenes stories of the many incredible artists, entrepreneurs, and, well, ‘makers' in Asheville. Our mission is to normalize the many ways there are to leverage your own curiosity, passion, art, and entrepreneurial drive so that you can "make it" in Asheville. Our interviews uncover how and why folks in Asheville are excelling at what they do and share some valuable insight along the way. To recommend an interviewee, visit: https://www.MakingItInAsheville.com/podcast Check out Making It in Asheville on other platforms! Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/@makingitinasheville Instagram:https://instagram.com/makingitinasheville LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/company/making-it-in-asheville Curious to learn more about what we do? Making It Creative is a boutique marketing agency in Asheville. We are dedicated to working with small business owners that are deeply passionate about what they do by helping them build and improve their sales and communication strategies. Learn more here: https://www.makingitcreative.com
Today on the podcast is the one and only, Olin Hacker! Olin, a talented and dedicated runner hailing from Madison, Wisconsin, established himself as a rising star in the world of professional track and field. With an impressive background in both cross country and track, he followed in his father Tim's footsteps, who was an NCAA cross country champion. Olin's journey continued at the University of Wisconsin, where he earned an undergraduate degree in biology and a graduate degree in kinesiology while achieving notable personal bests in the mile (3:56.66), 3,000 meters (7:45.73), and 5,000 meters (13:19.34). His crowning achievement came in his senior year with a dramatic victory in the 5,000 meters at the NCAA Championships. In 2022, he turned professional and joined HOKA NAZ Elite, immediately making an impact with impressive performances, including runnings PRs of 7:38.10 (3k) and 13:09.94 (5k) and a win at the Festival of Miles. Olin's dedication and accomplishments reflect his promising future in the world of professional running. In today's episode, Olin goes through his very successful rookie season, his start in the sport, handling the ups and downs of the sport, and much more! This conversation was an absolute pleasure. Olin is always bringing the fun vibes and insightful answers. I hope you all enjoy today's episode as much as we did having it! You can listen wherever you find your podcasts by searching, "The Running Effect Podcast." If you enjoy the podcast, please consider following us on Spotify and Apple Podcasts and giving us a five-star review! 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 -2Before: Code: "THERUNNINGEFFECT30" for 30% off: https://2before.com/ -GET 15% OFF VIVOBAREFOOT SHOES WITH CODE "THERUNNINGEFFECT15%": https://www.vivobarefoot.com/us/ -My Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/therunningeffect/?hl=en --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/dominic-schlueter/message
Take a run with The Human Potential Running Series podcast. For Episode 36 we share the audio from the September 2023 Water Cooler LIVE, hosted on the HPRS Facebook Page. Join HPRS Race Director John Lacroix and HPRS community guests Carey Martin, and "Ketchup" Joe Von Bokern. The show is full of laughs, fun, and HPRS news snippets.
We're on to week 2 of the Runner of the Week Awards. This week we came across a duo from UW-Whitewater that crossed the finish line at basically the same time. Gunner Schlender and Christian Patzka opened up their season is dominating fashion by gapping the field by over a minute. The duo earns the 'Pocket Aces' award as we get a glimpse of what their hand could be this year. The duo could be regarded as the best duo in the country and they fill us in on how their team will look. Plus, we get a peak at their summer training and what they're looking forward to this summer. Fiona Smith opened up her season with a statement. A two minute victory and dipping under 17 minutes for a 5k is a great way to start your senior season. Fiona comes into this season as the favorite and talks about having been the favorite during Indoor has helped ease the pressure off herself. With a 6th place finish at regionals last year, this year her goal is to help her team get to the national meet. They'll be flying out to Conn College to take on the East Coast teams and get some much needed out of region wins. How to Support D3 Glory Days: D3 Glory Days Venmo. We launched a Patreon! Subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts Instagram, Twitter and Strava. D3 Glory Days Merch --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/d3glorydays/message
"It's gotta be a little bit more than running." Courtney Wayment has been called one of the new "Steeple Queens" in the U.S. But is that a good thing? Does that add pressure? Expectation? Excitement? In this conversation, Courtney returns to the Ali on the Run Show to talk about making her second World Athletics Championships team in the 3000m steeplechase, and what it was like competing in Budapest this summer. She talks about making it to the final, and about what it feels like to have "a broken heart on the track." Courtney lives in Utah, where she's coached by former Brigham Young University coach Diljeet Taylor. This weekend, Courtney, who is sponsored by On, will head to Eugene, OR, to race at the Prefontaine Classic and Diamond League final. SPONSOR: New Balance. Click here to shop New Balance's latest releases for the season. (The SuperComp Trainer is my favorite shoe!) FOLLOW COURTNEY: @courtsasport20 Follow Ali: Instagram @aliontherun1 Join the Facebook group Twitter @aliontherun1 Support on Patreon Subscribe to the newsletter 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!
Zach Bitter is an ultramarathon runner. He currently holds the record for fastest American 100-mile run at 11 hours, 19 minutes, 13 seconds (6:47/mile pace). 0:00 Intro 1:30 Is Zach An Average Runner? 3:56 Running Growing In Popularity 10:25 History of Endurance Races 12:06 Zach's History With Ultras 18:40 Local Vs. Global Perspective 21:32 Succeed Slowly 23:26 Mental Self-Doubt 27:49 Advice For Running First Marathon 31:40 Advice For Intermediate Marathoners 33:39 Keeping It Fun 39:45 You Are Already 99% Done 43:11 What Makes The Last 10% Most Difficult? 50:02 Going From Teaching To Running Professionally 56:33 Curiosity 1:01:41 Is Running Meditation? 1:05:15 Who Would Zach Be Without Running? 1:08:02 Mentorship & Teaching 1:11:02 Advice For 20-Somethings 1:13:35 Challenge Zach's Links Website: https://zachbitter.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/zbitter Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/zachbitter Endurance Training Simplified: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LGAFroDTvLE My Links ✉️ Newsletter: https://dannymiranda.substack.com
Seguimos hablando sobre la Maratón de Berlín, faltan dos semanas y tocamos temas de estrategia, mentalidad, presión y más. Episodio presentado por Be Levels: complementos basados en la evidencia científica. Wake Up Mood es una de sus fórmulas maestras que ayuda a equilibrar los niveles de estrés, aumenta la energía y la concentración, manteniendo nuestro foco mental. Con el código PDR tienes descuento en cualquier producto de Be Levels https://belevels.com/products/wake-up-mood?sca_ref=4270014.bwNjM5WfIN Mirabai en Strava:https://www.strava.com/athletes/61831788 - Y en Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mirabai_cuenca/?hl=es - Libro de Maratón de Pfitzinger: https://pdrun.es/libromaratonpfitz - Pedro en Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/palabraderunner/ - Strava: https://www.strava.com/athletes/1169830 - Todo el material que recomiendo: https://www.amazon.es/shop/palabraderunner - Grupo en Telegram: https://t.me/grupopalabraderunner - Lista de música colaborativa en Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3HKZ7jyeix7lgyXuOmaZU9?si=LxewE053T96-KesQA7Ze7g - Instagram: https://instagram.com/palabraderunner/ - Web: https://www.palabraderunner.com - Grupo en Telegram: https://t.me/grupopalabraderunner - Mi Strava: https://www.strava.com/athletes/1169830 - Facebook: https://facebook.com/palabraderunner/ - Twitter: https://twitter.com/palabraderunner/ - Club Palabra de Runner en Strava: https://www.strava.com/clubs/palabraderunner
Zoë Rom is the Editor-in-Chief of Trail Runner Magazine and the Managing Editor of Women's Running. Tina Muir is a former professional runner and the host of the Running for Real Podcast. Together they authored a newly released book called Becoming a Sustainable Runner: A Guide to Running for Life, Community, and Planet. In this episode, we discuss maintaining a healthy relationship with running, battling perfectionism, having good intentions, building community, giving back, environmental stewardship, and a lot more. Sponsors: Use code freetrail10 for 10% off Speedland Footwear Use code freetrail15 for 15% off Gnarly Nutrition Get 30% off your first subscription of Ketone IQ at HVMN.com/FREETRAIL30 Use code freetrail15 for 15% off Roark Apparel Freetrail Links: Website | Freetrail Pro | Patreon | Instagram | YouTube | Freetrail Experts Dylan Links: Instagram | Twitter | LinkedIn | Strava ________________________ Other Freetrail podcast episodes you might enjoy: Kilian Jornet | The New NNormal Tim Tollefson | The Infinite Game Clare Gallagher | Black Canyon 100k Champion Jim Walmsley | Engagement, Moving to Europe, Western States, and UTMB
“I mean I'm satisfied because it's the furthest I actually ran. It proved to me that it's tough, that I can do it and it only makes me want to get better at doing it.” Erik Koenig hangs with Luis in his trailer at the China Peek run event. In this episode, Erik recaps his experience at the Hurt 100, running the 4 day at Born to Run Ultramarathon, Tahoe 200, and how running has helped and hurt his life. 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. GO SLEEVES: https://gokinesiologysleeves.com HAMMER NUTRITION show code: Roaddoghn20 Listeners get a special 15% off at https://www.hammernutrition.com Allwedoisrun.com Erik Koenig Contact Info: Email: Erikkoenig7@yahoo.com IG: https://www.instagram.com/outlaw_ultraathlete91/ FB: Erik Koenig Luis Escobar (Host) Contact: email@example.com Luis Instagram Kevin Lyons (Producer) Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org 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
Yikes! Some audio issues plague us at the start. Sorry! Whew! It's busy now! The Plaza 10k finished up with a new kind of injury. Hot Spots! What the heck is that? We'll go over it! We'll also talk about 9/11 so we Never Forget. Lastly we'll preview the KC Hustle Run and talk just barely about a potential game changer for your favorite running podcast!
Andy Buchanan is an Australian runner who ran his debut marathon in 2022 with an impressive time of 2:12:23. He qualified and ran in the commonwealth games shortly after. Listen in as Andy unpacks his training schedule, including weekly mileage, strength training, fueling, nutrition, recovery, psychology and every other element to make you a better runner. Become a Patron! Choose your Tier HereRun Smarter YouTube ChannelReceive Run Smarter EmailsBook a FREE Injury chat with BrodieRun Smarter App IOS or Android Podcast Facebook group
Today's episode comes from a second opinion discussion with a runner suffering with a nagging plantar plate ligament injury. She was considering surgery for a plantar plate sprain. Truth is, her plantar plate sprain was not really that bad. It's pretty common when runners have trouble healing a plantar plate sprain, the doctor may recommend a number of different surgeries. One of those surgeries is where we actually shorten a bone in an attempt to decrease the tension and pressure on the plantar plate ligament. Should a runner have surgery to shorten a long second metatarsal bone? Well, that's what we're talking about today on the Doc On The Run Podcast.
"I bought a new house. And I also got a couple of goats." It's marathon training season, baby! And today, we get to hear from training partners, teammates, and professional runners Emma Bates (making her seventh appearance on the Ali on the Run Show!) and Dominique Scott (returning for the third time!) as they gear up for their fall marathons. They talk about how they're feeling, what their runs together are like, and how coach Joe Bosshard is approaching their training. Plus, Emma's decision to pull back from sharing her training on social media, an introduction to Thelma and Louise, and some big fall marathon news from Dom! SPONSORS: UCAN: Click here to get a FREE Edge sample pack (you'll just pay the cost of shipping), and use code ALI23 for 20% off your next UCAN order. Tracksmith: New customers, use code ALINEW for $15 off your first Tracksmith order over $75. Returning customers, use code ALIGIVE for free shipping, plus a portion of the proceeds from your order will be donated to Moms Demand Action. goodr: Use code ONTHERUN for free shipping on your entire order. What you'll get on this episode: All about Dom and Emma's run today (3:30) What's the hot gossip on the Team Boss runs? (6:30) Dom announces her fall marathon! (9:35) Emma shares her advice for how to thrive at the Chicago Marathon (11:55) Intimidation vs. comfort on the starting line (15:25) How coach Joe Bosshard is approaching training for both Dom and Emma (17:45) How Dom and Emma are each feeling a month out from running 26.2 (23:10) Emma talks about her decision to stop sharing her training publicly (26:20) All about Emma's new house — and Thelma and Louise! (32:40) On mid-run bathroom stops (42:45) Emma and Dom share their respective goals for their fall marathons (46:50) What it's like being a part of Team Boss in 2023 (53:45) All about buns (1:04:00) FOLLOW EMMA: @emmajanelbates FOLLOW DOM: @domscottrunsa Follow Ali: Instagram @aliontherun1 Join the Facebook group Twitter @aliontherun1 Support on Patreon Subscribe to the newsletter 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!
För ett år sedan kände Patrik Castillo, ”Patrik Runner” på Instagram, att något inte stod rätt till. Han upptäckte en knöl på halsen och tog det säkra före det osäkra och sökte vård. En tid senare kom beskedet: spridd njurcancer. Häng med på ett samtal om hur sjukdomsbeskedet vände upp och ner på hans tillvaro, vad löpningen har betytt i allt kaos och många andra tankar om livet och vad vi gör med det. Tack för att du lyssnar! Följ Patrik på Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/patrikrunnerFölj Maratonpodden i sociala medier:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/maratonpoddenFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/maratonpoddenFölj Petra:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/maratonpetra Vill du lyssna reklamfritt? Då är du välkommen till Maratonpodden+. Det kostar 23 kronor i månaden plus moms (29 SEK ink moms) och du kan självklart avsluta din prenumeration när du vill. Läs mer här: https://plus.acast.com/s/maratonpodden. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Dave Proctor and Joe Gagnon Chasing Tomorrow podcast show hosts interview Ray Zahab. Ray is a Canadian Explorer, ultra-distance runner, and Founder of the non-profit impossible2Possible. He is one of the more remarkable adventurers having run long-distance adventures across the world, including the South Pole, Siberia, and the Atacama Desert in Chile. In 2007 he crossed the Sahara with Charlie Engle, and Kevin Lin.
In a world where challenges can either paralyze us with fear or propel us to unimaginable heights, my conversation with Charlie Engle unveils the remarkable power of embracing adversity with curiosity and the transformative power of sport. Charlie is an ultramarathon runner, recovering addict, keynote speaker, and author of the memoir Running Man. He shares his journey from battling addiction, running across the vast expanse of the Sahara Desert, to confronting the justice system after spending time in prison. We delve into the essential skill of seeking challenges that push us out of our comfort zones, allowing us to truly thrive and experience life's richness. Join us as Charlie shares his wisdom on living in the present moment, redefining success, and finding the humor and growth in life's imperfect journey. Here are some key takeaways from my conversation with Charlie: Turning the dial: Why we shouldn't make decisions from low points, rather from a place of strength The power of curiosity: How this thread carried Charlie through adversity throughout his life Addiction and recovery: Hear how Charlie has met sobriety in every phase of his life, how he hopes to inspire others, and advice for people struggling The justice system: Why it's broken, and what Charlie learned during his time inside Staying present: The power of presence can change our lives - so why is it so hard to attain? Stories from the journey: Learn about Charlie's run across the Sahara Desert and his plans to journey from the Dead Sea to Everest LINKS Learn more about Charlie Engle Read The Running Man by Charlie Engle Sign up for my newsletter! Interested in overcoming limiting beliefs? Check out this episode with world explorer Colin O'Brady
The Gonzaga Bulldogs have a storied history of iconic college basketball moments, dating back to Dan Monson's tenure and throughout Mark Few's history coaching in Spokane. We discuss the 15 greatest shots in program history, ranking them from 15-1 and discussing moments such as: Jill Townsend's 'flu game' winner over BYU in the WCC Tournament in 2021 Gary Bell's game winner against Oklahoma State in 2012 that led to Zags getting first No. 1 ranking Julian Strawther's game winner last season against UCLA (and Jalen Suggs of course) The Runner and its impact on Gonzaga, college basketball, and even my career And more! Discord Server: https://discord.gg/N9tYXqMDf Link to national college basketball national podcast: https://linktr.ee/LockedOncbb https://linktr.ee/LockedOnZags Locked on Zags - Part of the Locked on Podcast Network. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. FanDuel Make Every Moment More. Place your first FIVE DOLLAR bet to get ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS in Free Bets – win or lose! Visit Fanduel.com/LockedOn today to get started FANDUEL DISCLAIMER: 21+ in select states. First online real money wager only. Bonus issued as nonwithdrawable free bets that expires in 14 days. Restrictions apply. See terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit FanDuel.com/RG (CO, IA, MD, MI, NJ, PA, IL, VA, WV), 1-800-NEXT-STEP or text NEXTSTEP to 53342 (AZ), 1-888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-9-WITH-IT (IN), 1-800-522-4700 (WY, KS) or visit ksgamblinghelp.com (KS), 1-877-770-STOP (LA), 1-877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369) (NY), TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN) Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…
If you're doubting yourself on your running journey, this episode is for you. This idea of not being a real runner stops too many people in their tracks when they're just getting started, and that isn't what I want for you. I'm showing you how to drop these doubts and try on something more useful instead. Tune in this week to explore the difference between healthy doubt and doubt that stops you from going after the things you really want. I'm showing you how to spot doubt that isn't serving you, and giving you a new way to respond to the doubt that is holding you back. Get full show notes and more information here: https://notyouraveragerunner.com/317
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We're excited to bring you something new this season. In an effort to continue to support and grow D3XCTF, we felt the next best step would be to bring weekly awards. Introducing the D3 Glory Days Runner of the Week Award. We'll scan results each week for the athletes and teams we thought had the best performance. Some weeks may not be meet winners or those that ran the fastest. We'll do our best to go beyond what the results show. But some weeks the winners and fastest will prevail. How to Support D3 Glory Days: D3 Glory Days Venmo. We launched a Patreon! Subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts Instagram, Twitter and Strava. D3 Glory Days Merch --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/d3glorydays/message
“There is no such thing as a perfect parent. So just be a real one." - Sue Atkins In this episode, Laura shares her perspective and highlights: The path and the ways her dad "showed up" for her that led up to her writing her book My Father's List: How Living My Dad's Dreams Set Me Free Her experience of completing her father's bucket list and integrating her experience into who she is now The unifying qualities of the grief journey and healing together Laura Carney is a writer and copy editor in New York. She's been published by the Washington Post, the Associated Press, The Hill, Runner's World, People magazine, Guideposts, Good Housekeeping, The Fix, Upworthy, Maria Shriver's Sunday Paper, and other places, and her book My Father's List: How Living My Dad's Dreams Set Me Free is being published by Post Hill Press in June 2023. Her work as a copy editor has been primarily in magazines, for 20 years, including Good Housekeeping, People, Guideposts, Vanity Fair, and GQ. She's @myfatherslist on Instagram and her website is bylauracarney.com Continue the conversation on Instagram @heatherchauvin_ If you are ready to get clear on your goals, your value, and your offers, find out more about my Mastery Business program at heatherchauvin.com/business For your own AG1 supply, visit: drinkAG1.com/EU I want to hear your questions, your comments, and your experiences! Connect with me personally at heatherchauvin.com/chat
Will and Iman are the Co-Hosts of The Block Runner and Co-Founders of the MetaZone, Rovi, and mScribe. The Block Runner is a Youtube show that has been running for over 4 years and covers everything surrounding the metaverse and crypto news. MetaZone is an app store for the metaverse. Rovi is a metaverse companion that is procedurally generated in 3D. mScribe is a tool for bitmap and the metaverse on Bitcoin.|The Block Runner|• Twitter → https://twitter.com/TheBlockRunner• Website → https://smartlink.metricool.com/public/smartlink/the-block-runner|CONNECT WITH JAKE|• Instagram → https://www.instagram.com/jakegallen/• Twitter → https://twitter.com/jakegallen_|FOLLOW AND SUBSCRIBE THE PODCAST|• Website → https://www.jakegallen.com/• Youtube → https://www.youtube.com/@jakegallen• Apple Podcasts → https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/jake-gallens-guest-list/id1508044547?uo=4• Spotify → https://open.spotify.com/show/7hQdRAztzoCCVIJGuyl5EN• RSS Feed → https://feeds.buzzsprout.com/1005154.rss• Website → https://solo.to/theguestlistpod• Media Host → https://theguestlistpod.buzzsprout.com/
Laura takes a hilarious look at elite runners, regular runners, and essentially the entire running industry on her Instagram and TikTok accounts. We dig in for an hour on this very fun episode. – Enjoy! Spartan Race and Tough Mudder Discount – 30 percent off all 2023 Spartan Races and Tough Mudder – Use ORM2023 Intro Music – Paul B. Outro Music – Brian Revels ORM YouTube Channel Support Us On Patreon You can listen to the podcast here.