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Can't Stop Endurance
Ep 68: How To Use Your Post-Race Analysis For Future Success

Can't Stop Endurance

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 20:51


Analyzing your race is crucial to understanding what worked... and what didn't. How should you properly judge your performance? What are the key components of this analysis? How do you use this feedback to plan your next goal? All of this and more on this episode. Questions? Reach out at coach@cantstopendurance.com

Ali on the Run Show
455. The Everyday Runner, Molly Burke

Ali on the Run Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 81:10


“We all just decided, we need to keep moving. We can't just stay here and wallow in this. Obviously we'll still be grieving, but we all made the decision that we had to just do the best we could.” Today's episode in the Everyday Runner series is extra special: Molly Burke is here, and she is the newest member of the Ali on the Run Show team! (Merch! Events! A retreat! A live show tour! All in the works, thanks to Molly!) Molly's story — both on the run and off — is a powerful one. On this episode, Molly talks about her family, about her dad (Brian Burke, president of hockey operations for the Pittsburgh Penguins) being big time in the NHL, and about the close bond she shares with her siblings. She talks about the impact her dad's very public career had on her and her siblings growing up, and shares the story of her brother, Brendan, privately and publicly coming out as gay, and being the first NHL-affiliated person to do so. Tragically, Brendan was killed in a car accident just three months later. Molly talks about leaning into running as a way to help cope with her grief, and talks about being an advocate and ally for the LGBTQ+ community. (Come for the inspiration. Stay for the story about 19-year-old Molly getting kicked out of a Bruins game for standing up to a group of men using homophobic slurs.) Plus, Molly talks about her career working at Edelman and TripAdvisor, and talks about why she was hesitant to join a run group or group fitness class — and how she got over it. SPONSOR: COROS — Use code ONTHERUN for a free keychain watch charger with the purchase of any watch! What you'll get on this episode: What running looks like for Molly right now (4:45) What Molly's childhood was like (14:30) How Molly is like her dad, and how she's like her mom (23:10) All about Molly's brother, Brendan (25:00) How Molly found running (42:00) On being an advocate and ally for the LGBTQ+ community (49:30) What it was like running the virtual Boston Marathon last year, and raising more than $11,000 for You Can Play (54:00) Molly's running and racing highlights (1:01:30) Check out: Katie Burke on Episode 327 of the Ali on the Run Show Katie Burke on Episode 252 of the Ali on the Run Show Katie Burke on Episode 84 of the Ali on the Run Show Katie Burke on Episode 70 of the Ali on the Run Show MyStryd Boston "We love you, this won't change a thing." You Can Play Project Follow Molly: Instagram @mollysburke Twitter @mollysburke 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!

Hurdle
186. Emma Coburn, 3X Olympian & Pro Runner

Hurdle

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 69:59


Season Eight! What's up!? This week, Emma Coburn, three-time Olympian & 2017 steeplechase World Champion, joins me for episode 186. We had the chance to catch up when she was in town recently over NYC Marathon Weekend, and got into it all from her backstory to her recent trip to the Tokyo games. Emma tells me that she didn't truly love running at first, what changed her attitude toward the sport, and the impact that team has had on her training and life. We also unpack what it's like to train with all of her best friends in Colorado on Team Boss and be married to your coach. Plus, we talk about some tough stuff: Despite being favorited to come back home with a medal this year at the Olympics, Emma came up short. We talk about the ~why~ plus how she navigated the emotions of that. Emma also opens up about how she's been doing since her mom was diagnosed with cancer in December 2019, and shares a beautiful perspective about consciously choosing optimism and happiness even when life's hurdles get you down. SOCIAL @emmacoburn @emilyabbate @hurdlepodcast OFFERS Daily Harvest | Go to DailyHarvest.com and use code “hurdlepod” to get $40 off your first box! Goodr | Go to Goodr.com/Hurdle and use code “HURDLE15” to get 15% off your purchase. HyperIce | Head to Hyperice.com to check out their stellar holiday sales! SIGN UP! 2022 Goal Setting Workshop JOIN: THE *Secret* FACEBOOK GROUP SIGN UP: Weekly Hurdle Newsletter ASK ME A QUESTION: Leave me a voice message, ask me a question, and it could be featured in an upcoming episode! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hurdle/message

Graining In
#129: Runner's Sigh

Graining In

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 68:08


On the eve of Matty's big race (update: HE DID IT), the guys discuss Matt's attempt to lower his resting heart rate; reflect on the first *real* coolship fill of the year during the night prior; and call for more mailbag drops, guest recs, and REVIEWS before providing the results of the last solo episode's BIG CHALLENGE -- if ya know ya know, and if you don't you should write a review; Listening will be required regardless.We also tackle a handful of mailbag heaters before debuting a new segment for the attention-challenged beer lovers among us: THE CHAFF BUCKET ...? (Husk Heap? Chaftache?) Working title, but will be all about snack-sized questions, comments, and the like that proved to be a ton of fun. A "Multitrack" of an episode if there ever was one...and it's available EVERYWHERE you can find podcasts! (You'll have to go elsewhere for Matt's "13.1 - I RUN!" Christmas bumper sticker)........... ................... ................... ............... ......... Music: "Mountain Climb" by Jake Hill

Running New Mexico Podcast
Episode 94 - Gene Kersh; Runner, Cyclist, Father, and Competitor

Running New Mexico Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2021 60:18


This week I had the pleasure to speak with Gene Kersh. He is a lifelong runner who started in middle school and has found a way to keep running in his life. During that time he has met some amazing people and done other sports to keep running fresh. We talk about his start running in Raton, NM. He talks about running DIII in college and getting into rugby. He talks about meeting former guest, Andy Murray. It was fun to hear him talk about his time with rugby and cycling.  Gene also talks about his sons getting into running and sharing his love of activity with them. He also talks about his wife, who also runs and bikes, and being on the same page. He's got some goals on the horizon and I'm excited to see how he does, but as we talk about, it's about the journey more than the results. I hope you enjoy our conversation. The weather has been nice during the day. I hope everyone is taking advantage of that. It's fantastic to see everyone's stories of runs and races. Stay safe, stay warm, enjoy the grind, and keep running, New Mexico.

Doc On The Run Podcast
2 Opposite ways injections can help a tarsal coalition in a runner

Doc On The Run Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 8:08


Today's episode comes from a runner who was having some weird aches and pains when running. One doctor suspected he might have a thing called a "tarsal coalition." A tarsal coalition is an abnormal union or connection between two bones. He was even told me might need surgery to remove the tarsal coalition. He asked me whether or not an injection, like a stem cell injection, might actually help a tarsal coalition. You have to think about the runner's goals, and we expect different injections will actually do to figure out which is best for you. Today on the Doc on the Run podcast, we're talking about two opposite ways injections could help a tarsal coalition in a runner.

Kentucky Author Forum
Mary Roach and Peter Sagal

Kentucky Author Forum

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 41:59


Writer Mary Roach and NPR host Peter Sagal discuss Ms. Roach's latest book, “Fuzz: When Nature Breaks the Law”. Mary Roach is the author of six New York Times bestsellers. Roach has written for National Geographic, Wired, The New York Times Magazine, and Clinical Anatomy. Her TED talk made the TED 20 Most Watched list. Roach has been a guest editor for The Best American Science and Nature Writing, a finalist for the Royal Society's Science Book Prize, and a winner of the American Association of Engineering Societies' Engineering Journalism Award. Mary Roach's books have been published in 21 languages. Peter Sagal is the host of the Peabody Award-winning NPR news quiz show “Wait Wait . . . Don't Tell Me!” He is a playwright, screenwriter, amateur athlete, and host of several documentaries, including Constitution USA with Peter Sagal on PBS. Sagal has contributed to Opera News, Saveur, Finesse, The New York Times Magazine, Chicago magazine, and was the "Road Scholar" columnist for Runner's World. He's also won the Kurt Vonnegut Humor Award from the Kurt Vonnegut Museum and Library. Sagal is host to a number of podcasts, including HBO's “The Chernobyl Podcast” and “The Plot Against America Podcast.”

Your First Million
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Your First Million

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 3:00


No strings. Courtesy of my new recruiting company, Runner. Visit ArlanWasHere.teachable.com & hirerunner.co --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/yfm/message

Running in the Center of the Universe
An Unstoppable Runner - Book Interview with Down Under Dave - Episode #286

Running in the Center of the Universe

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021


This episode has the interview with David Williams (aka "Down Under Dave") who wrote a book about his life and ultra running adventures. The book is really good! Dave graciously made himself available for an interview and he's really funny and has an outstanding outlook on life. More information about the book can be found at the following links: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zn5yEcuJyhs https://www.amazon.com/Unstoppable-Runner-David-Williams/dp/1761091638/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=an+unstoppable+runner+book&qid=1638487887&sr=8-1 And here is Karen's Iron Man distance race report, it's very detailed and pretty cool: I've wanted to do an Ironman distance triathlon for a long time but was intimidated by the amount of time training would take. I already have a full-time job and training would be like adding a part-time job. However, sometimes friends get you to do crazy things. I have a group of friends who have been together since about 2012 when we joined forces to do Ragnar Chicago. We started the weekend as acquaintances and after 36 hours and 200ish miles, ended the weekend as dear friends. We've gone on to finish five more Ragnars as an ultra-team (six runners and one van as opposed to 12 runners and two vans). In 2017, someone saw (ok, it was me) there was a relay race across the state of Iowa (west to east). Within about two weeks, we had eight runners and found a driver to get us the 339 miles across the state. Half of us live in norther Indiana, the other have in Indianapolis. We keep coming up with events to participate in so that we have something to train for and participate in together.  In 2015, Julie and I met up for a run and she asked if I wanted to do Muncie 70.3 with her and her sister Pamela, one of the Indianapolis tribe. I was in. Julie and I trained together in Northern Indiana and met up with Pam when time allowed. Many of the Ragnar group showed up to cheer us on, just as we did with Pam and Tina completed Ironman Chattanooga in 2017 (this was for Pam's 50th) For Julie's 50th birthday last year, she threw out hiking the Grand Canyon (rim to rim) in one day. Once again, it didn't take us long to commit. We persevered against COVID scares and some other issues. We traveled to Flagstaff and on October 7 we completed the hike, starting around 4:30 a.m. and finishing around 5:30 p.m. We made it back to Indiana safe and sound, with the exception of a bit of trail rash on Pamela from a fall she took and a badly sprained ankle, Melinda, ironically, our driver suffered. She hiked down the trail about a mile and we as we were hiking back up, just past one of the tunnels, she stepped off the trail, canyon side, and went down. Unfortunately, what goes down, must go up and she persevered up.  2021 was my turn to hit 50. While planning for Grand Canyon, the goal of completing an ironman distance was swirling in my head. Pre-COVID, I found out a friend's husband, Matt, was training to do Ironman Louisville, which would be on October 9. As Ironmen usually are on Sundays, I did the math and realized Louisville would be on my birthday in 2021. That would be pretty cool. Then COVID hit, Louisville was cancelled for that year, and then cancelled permanently. Since Matt had put in all the training and didn't want to waste it, he organized his own event. Then Muncie 70.3 announced they would have a 140.3 event this summer. It piqued my interest, but I really didn't want to spend the money.  The town I live in is located on the north shore of the second largest natural in Indiana. Perfect for swimming. Outside of that, we are surrounded by corn, soybean, and wheatfields. Perfect for biking and running.   The more I thought about it, the more I thought I could follow Matt's example and stage my own Ironman distance triathlon. I could do it by my own rules (accept assistance from spectators, have friends/family participate with me) and if training went off the rails, the weather was bad, or doing the full wasn't going to work, I could cover the distance over three days or move the distance back to the 70.3, or a half ironman.  Pamela, who completed Ironman Chattanooga in 2018, shared her training plan and at the end of April, I started “training”. This would be a don't do as I did disclaimer. I trained but didn't complete every workout. I skipped the second week because I was out of town for a conference. I didn't start swimming until Lake Maxinckuckee (Max – in- kuk – kee or Lake Max as well all call it) warmed up in late July. I tried to hit the longer workouts but when we went on vacation in August, didn't get in the long bike rides. I tried to balance family demands with work and training. There were many workouts that were shortened or skipped because I needed to work late or my husband and daughters were actually home. We have two girls, 20 and 17. My 20 year old has a 2 ½ year old daughter and has moved out of the house. I will drop just about anything if Kate and Mabel are coming over. My youngest, Emily, had a summer job and then attends a private boarding school in our town. Again, if she is home, I want to spend time with her.  The longest swim I did was 2.4 miles. It was on a Friday evening, after Labor Day, so activity on the lake has slowed. I ended up chasing daylight and enjoyed watching the sunset over the lake toward the end of the swim. There were a few early morning swims, too, getting in the lake while it was dark and watching the sunrise. What a way to start the day! The longest bike was 89 miles in about 5 ½ hours. The training was based on time, not distance and by 5 ½ hours, I was ready to be done! The next day, I ran 12 miles and, surprisingly, it wasn't bad. I ended up getting a cheap spin bike from a friend and started doing spin workouts during the week and hitting the road on my bike for the long rides. The spin workouts provided a good challenge that I might not have had if I road my bike.  The longest run was around 16 miles. I will add that three weeks before the event, another Ragnar teammate, Kim, and I ran the Sunburst Half Marathon that started in downtown South Bend and ended at the 50 yard like of Notre Dame stadium. We finished in two hours and Kim came in first in her age group. We were not expecting that! On the bus ride back to the car, Kim wondered how must faster we would have gone if we actually trained.   Probably the best week of training, was my taper week leading up to event day (I'm hesitant to call it race day as I really didn't race). I had to attend a conference and stayed at a hotel with a lap pool and workout room. You know I took advantage of that! My plan was to start my swim at a friend's cottage on the south shore of Lake Max and swim to the town park on the north shore, which is 2.4 miles. If the weather was bad, I would either find a smooth spot in the lake to swim or go to a pool about 20 miles away and swim laps to complete the distance. My husband planned to kayak with me for safety, and to keep me on course. My younger daughter would drop us off at the cottage, grab my bike and meet me at the town park.  Next, I'd ride 112 miles. I didn't have a particular route in mind. I just knew I wanted to end at Julie's house in the northern end of our county. It happened to be about 26.2 miles from my house so once I ended the bike, I just needed to run home. I figured I would bike by solo and my Ragnar teammates would accompany me on the run.  The day before the event, my friend Melinda, who has been our driver for our Ragnar events, asked if I wanted company on the swim. Her husband Doug completed Ironman Maryland a few weeks ago and was willing to swim and would keep me company on the bike for a while.  The weather in October has been amazing in Indiana with high temperatures in the 70s and lows in the 60s. While it rained Friday and turned foggy Friday night, Saturday morning was absolutely perfect. The wind was calm. It was a little overcast. The lake was like glass and the temps in the low 60s. We got to the cottage on the south shore around 6:20 a.m. and walked the kayak down to the water. It started sprinkling but it was short lived. We went back up to the car to wait for Doug and Melinda and get the wetsuit on. By 6:45 or so, Steve was in the kayak and Doug and I were in the water. My daughter Emily sounded the airhorn on her phone and Doug and I were off. It took a bit for me to get into a rhythm and to fully put my face the water. Initially, the water temperature took my breath away but once I acclimated, it was perfect for a long swim. Steve had a headlamp on the front of the kayak and a red light on the back and wore a headlamp. Doug had an inflatable buoy with a light in it strapped to his back. It kind of looked like a Chinese lantern floating on the water. At times, the lights on the kayaks blended into the lights on the shoreline and I'd have to stop and get my bearings. I think I swam pretty consistently for the first half of the swim. The second half, I started losing sight of Doug and Steve. At one point, I popped my head up and couldn't see either one of them. There was a bit of panic as I felt very alone. Finally, I caught sight of Steve again in the dark, asked him to turn his headlamp around so there was a light to follow. That made a huge difference. The sun rose at 7:50 a.m. and by that time we were about halfway done. I don't think that I was getting tired so much as getting bored toward the end. I was very happy when the Beach Lodge began getting clearer, then I started running into some of the tall plants growing in the lake and could see people on the beach. Finally, I could see the sand on the bottom of the lake. I swam in until the water was about knee deep and stood up. I completed the 2.4 mile swim in 1 hour 30 minutes, which was my A goal.  I was a little dizzy getting up and, while trying to get water out of my ear, lost my balance and went back down into the water. The dizziness subsided and I headed out of the water and was met by Ragnar teammates Kim and JW as well as Melinda and my daughter Emily. Em and Steve got the kayak loaded up and I got changed into my biking gear. The transition was about 20 minutes.  While I was changing, some of Doug's Ironman training group rode past the park and stopped to ride with us. I'm not used to riding with anyone, so I was a little nervous riding in a group, let alone riding with super experienced cyclists. They were great, though and hung with me for about 20 minutes before they needed to head home. Doug and I rode around Lake Max three times for 30 miles and then headed north to the City of Plymouth. Doug stuck with me to the south end of Plymouth where Melinda picked him up and checked on me. I was then on my own to get through Plymouth and north to mile 56 at Julie's house. This was the section of the ride I was most concerned about as there was more traffic, traffic lights, and stop signs than I'm used to riding with. I needed to ride through the city in order to safely cross US 30. Thankfully, there was very little traffic and I hit most of the lights green. Julie was getting off of work in Plymouth so she met up with me at a few spots in Plymouth followed me through a round-about to block traffic and get me through safely.  At 58 miles, I arrived at Julie's to the cheers of the rest of my teammates. Pamela hopped on her bike and joined me for the second half of the ride. The area is rural, so traffic wasn't much of an issue and our teammates were out in their cars meeting at various intersections to make sure we were going the right way and didn't need anything. Julie had gone out and marked the turns on the road, but we misunderstood the second marking and took a wrong turn. It added a few miles, but we found our way back to the route after a phone call or two. After that, the team was out at most of the major turns making sure we went the right was and managing traffic for us. The route took us back to Julie's with about 20 miles left. We took a quick break, restocked fluids, stretched and we were off again for a second loop. The original route was 26 miles but because of the extra on the front end and the wrong turns, Julie worked on shortening it. She was amazing at quickly rerouting and for the last 10 miles, she escorted us along the route. With about 5 miles to go, she pulled up next to me and asked if I wanted to be a little over or a little under on the ride. I said over, just so I knew that I went the full distance. She then led us back to her house and we finished the ride at 112.2 miles. The actual ride took seven hours and twelve minutes but, with the breaks and transition, it took seven hours and thirty-five minutes. I wasn't exactly sure how I was going to manage my nutrition, but I knew it was important. On the ride, I drank water with electrolytes and downed three small Clif bars, with the last Clif bar consumed during the last 45 minutes of the ride. By the end, my stomach was sloshing around. Pamela suggested giving the Clif bar a little time to digest. In the last mile, she also suggested cycling at a high cadence without a lot of resistance to get my legs ready to run.   When I arrived back at Julie's, the team had the cowbells out and had a little cheer tunnel for us to enter. I got to the driveway and stopped. I had to will my leg to swing over the bike so I could get off, get changed, and get running. Before I started the run, I drank half a can of Diet Coke to settle my stomach and ate a Ginger Chew. Both of those things helped tremendously. The second transition was about 15 minutes.  For the run, the plan was for my teammates to each run with me for about 5 to 6 miles. After being on the bike for so long and having such a quick turnover on the pedals, my legs were ready to go and I started out fast. Thankfully, JW reigned me in and she suggested running for four minutes and walking one. Had she not encouraged me to slow down, I probably would have blown up at the end. We chatted and caught up as we hadn't seen each other for a few months. JW stayed with me for about 6 miles and then we traded out runners – Ragnar style (meet the van, one runner gets out and one gets in). Wendy joined me and caught me up on what has been going on with her and kept me going, sticking to the 4:1 ratio. My running partners kept entertained and engaged so I wasn't even tracking the miles. I was keeping up with fluids (running with a water bottle) and trying get in some calories. I found iced down Gatorade and pringles were keeping me hydrated and fed, but a Diet Coke was the best. By about mile 10, though, I was feeling a hot spot on the inside of my big toe. It was the same spot I got a double blister last year while hiking the Grand Canyon. Throughout the run, my teammates were leapfrogging us, so we had quick access to aid. We yelled ahead for Band-Aids, and they responded like a NASCAR pitstop. They found a towel for me to sit down on, Pamela got out her tacklebox with anything and everything you would need at an aid/medical stop, and with everyone gathered around doing a job, got my toes bandaged up, got me off the ground, and running again.  Around mile 14 or so, I was joined by Julie and Kim. The three of us run every Sunday morning. We did our “normal” six or seven miles together, keeping with the 4:1 intervals and occasional stopping for aid. One stop was an impromptu visit to a family from our church. We got a picture of the whole team and enjoyed the music from the party across the street. It was about that time that I was doing the math in my head and realized I took the wrong route through Plymouth heading south and I tacked out an extra couple of miles. We decided I would run to 21.2 miles and then they would drive me to five miles out from my house. By that time, it was about 9 p.m. and very dark on country roads. My teammates went into traffic control mode with one car with hazards on, following close behind us and the other going ahead and waiting at stop signs.  We hit 21.2 miles and I knew I definitely was too far out so we hopped in the car for a quick ride to 5 miles out. My daughter Emily, who ended up hanging with my teammates all day, got out to run me in and my older daughter, Kate, was going to meet us at about a mile and a half out. Emily is a senior in high school and qualified for the State meet in swimming and track. Any other time, she would have dusted me but Saturday night she stuck with me and commented that the pace I was running felt like the pace she would run during a track workout. We had a great run and the time passed quickly as we chatted. We met up Kate at the edge of Culver Academies, a private boarding school, where Emily attends school. I didn't realize it, but her friend had been following my progress all day. Em told them we were close to their dorm, and they met us with cheers and high fives. We ran down the main streets in our small town to our house where my husband and teammates were waiting with a finishing tape. The run took approximately five hours and 19 minutes (my Strava stopped when I paused it for the car ride, so I had to restart another run). My husband started the timer on his phone when I started swimming and so we took his time of 15 hours, 9 minutes and 39 second as my official finish time. I finished around 10 p.m. I honestly was surprised at how well I felt on the run. There were a few times that we walked through the run interval, but the time passed quickly. I think carrying a water bottle and sipping on the watered down Gatorade and Pringles game me just enough energy to keep going. That and, addition to the Diet Coke, a flat Coke around mile 16. My teammates made an Ironman “medal” and Doug gave me one of his Ironman shirts. It was a great way to end the first half century.  Sunday morning, I really didn't sit around. We got up, went to church, out for lunch and did our grocery shopping. I probably felt worse Monday. I went to work and sat most of the day. Overall, though, I felt worse after my first marathon and after Ragnar Napa when I trashed my quads on the hills near Mill Valley.  So, will I do one again? I'm not ruling it out. I asked myself the same question Kim asked after we finished Sunburst – how much better could I have done if I had really followed the training plan? At the same time, this was a bucket list item and a way to motivate me to work out. It is time to take a little bit of a break (my house needs some attention). The Ragnar group is planning another trip to the Grand Canyon next year, hopefully without the drama and hassles of COVID, so it looks like there is a lot of hiking in my future. Regardless, we will keep looking for new adventures, challenging each other, and looking for ways to keep us motivated to continue moving forward.        

The Strength Running Podcast
224. Tarkine Startup Founder Sam Burke on Making Eco-Friendly Running Shoes That Last 600+ Miles

The Strength Running Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 44:13


Sam Burke is the founder of Runner's Tribe, one of Australia's largest running media sites. Recently he jumped into the competitive running shoe industry as the founder of Tarkine, a new startup shoe company for endurance runners. Runner's Tribe began in 2008 and has grown into a home for an enormous array of running-related information, including news, product reviews, podcasts, articles, and training diaries from elite runners. Sam's new company, Tarkine, is focused on making an environmentally responsible running shoe that reduces its ecological footprint in all stages of the shoemaking process. Links & Resources from the Show: Check out the Tarkine website Tarkine on Facebook Visit the Runners Tribe website Contribute to the Tarkine Kickstarter Thank You InsideTracker! Our show is supported by our longtime sponsor InsideTracker. Today, more than ever, it's essential that we're making the right decisions to keep our bodies healthy. To help us be resilient, prevent over-training, and optimize our running to get the most from it. InsideTracker is the ultra-personalized nutrition platform that analyzes your blood and DNA biomarkers along with your lifestyle habits to help you optimize your body and reach your goals. InsideTracker's patented system will transform your body's data into knowledge, insights, and a customized action plan of science-backed recommendations. The data can help you determine whether you're running too much, not enough, or have some other issues that could be affecting your recovery or performance. I've had my own blood drawn with InsideTracker several times and have been amazed at the valuable information that they provide. Not only are the results very detailed, but they also share guidance for how to improve any markers that are out of range. If you're ready to take control of your health and optimize your training, InsideTracker offers a selection of plans that best suit your needs with a limited time 25% discount. Thank You Athletic Greens! Thank you to our newest sponsor, Athletic Greens! They are a health and wellness company that makes AG1. This is a category-leading greens mix that has 75 vitamins and minerals, prebiotics, probiotics, antioxidants, and adaptogens. One scoop per day is what I've been doing to help me fill in any nutrition gaps in my diet. It also provide a nice boost of energy and focus throughout the day. With all 3 of my kids in school, I know I need to support my immune system or else I'm getting sick and can't train. I also love that AG1 has changed over the last decade. Athletic Greens has made 53 improvements to the formula based on the latest research to make these nutrients more absorbable. For our listeners, they are offering a year's worth of free Vitamin D and 5 free travel packs of AG1 with your first purchase. You can sign up for single shipment or for a monthly drop - the choice is yours. Check out Athletic Greens to redeem your offer today.

Read Between the Lines
Tracy Clark discusses her new book, "Runner"

Read Between the Lines

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 26:29


Molly talks with Tracy Clark about her novel Runner, the fourth novel in her Chicago mystery series. They talk about setting her books in Chicago, writing a thriller, and how she created the series.   RUNNER: In Tracy Clark's blistering new novel, Cassandra Raines, Chicago former homicide cop turned uncompromising private investigator searches for a runaway teen–and unearths a twisted world of misdirection and lies… https://tracyclarkbooks.com   Order "Runner" from an independent bookseller at this link: bookshop.org/a/10588/9781496732019 or at Amazon right here amzn.to/3roRoHE

Ali on the Run Show
452. Alexi Pappas, New York City Marathoner

Ali on the Run Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 49:23


Photo by Stone Malick. “I just started to leap — like a prancing dancer across one of the intersections. And the crowd just lit up and went crazy… And I realized, this is fun!” There were more than 30,000 runners at this year's New York City Marathon. But it feels safe to say that no one had more fun on that course than professional runner and Olympian Alexi Pappas. On this episode, Alexi recounts her joyful journey from Staten Island to Central Park. She talks about her plans and goals for the day, and shares the story of how she made a friend — Vito — at mile three, with whom she went on to run the entire rest of the race. She talks about leaning into fun, about channeling her true inner self on the run, and about the life-changing advice she got from Jenny Simpson after the race. Plus, how she's coped with the post-marathon comedown, and why she wants people to stop asking professional runners what's next. SPONSOR: AfterShokz — Visit ontherun.aftershokz.com for 15% off wireless headphones. What you'll get on this episode: The New York City Marathon comedown (4:00) Alexi's favorite moment from the marathon (12:35) On marrying competitive drive and joy (26:30) All about running with Vito (32:30) The finish line feeling (35:00) Alexi's advice for how to make your next race more fun (42:30) Check out: Alexi Pappas on Episode 330 of the Ali on the Run Show Alexi Pappas on Episode 296 of the Ali on the Run Show Alexi Pappas on Episode 163 of the Ali on the Run Show Follow Alexi: Instagram @alexipappas Twitter @alexipappas Facebook 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!

Healthy Runner Podcast
100. Get to Know the Running Coach and Physical Therapist: An Interview with Healthy Runner Founder Dr. Duane Scotti

Healthy Runner Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 68:15


EPISODE 100 is here! This week we are turning the tables and our behind the scenes podcast editor Allie Eldridge takes to the mic to interview the one and only, founder of SPARK Healthy Runner, Dr. Duane Scotti!    We are so excited to have Duane on the other side of the mic to tell his story of how he started running, how SPARK Healthy Runner has become what it is, and where he sees it in the coming years!    Duane will discuss the following questions and questions and more!  What made Duane start his own business Why Duane Started Running Why Duane started the podcast! How Duane became a run coach What Duane's accomplishments and setbacks have been Where Duane sees the company in the next 5 years   We hope that you enjoyed this episode! Thank you so much for our dedicated listeners who have been there since the beginning and for supporting us to episode 100 as well as a big thank you to our new listeners jumping on for the ride! Here's to 100 more!   This week's show brought to you by:  Heal from the Amino Company. Heal is an amino acid, whey and creatine based formulation designed to reduce recovery times and improve physical function after injuries by accelerating muscle repair while helping maintain a healthy inflammatory response. Check out the research here: https://aminoco.com/healthyrunner   If you're looking for a nutritional advantage when it comes to recovering from your running injury or your daily training I highly recommend you give Heal a try.   If you're interested in learning  more and giving Heal a try, we've got a special offer for you where you can save 30% by using the code HEALTHYRUNNER. Just head to: https://aminoco.com/healthyrunner and use the code HEALTHYRUNNER at checkout to save 30% Click HERE to be directed to the discount page!    Are you a dedicated runner trying to get out of the injury cycle or a frustrated runner looking to get faster?   Get stronger, run faster, and become a lifelong injury free runner with our 16 week 1-on-1 Healthy Runner Coaching Program.  Get the support, structure, and accountability from experts in the health and running industry.  Personalized easy to follow plans tailored to your unique needs and busy life.   If you're interested in learning more, we've got a behind the scenes video tour of our coaching program and hear from many of our athletes who were struggling with the same sticking points that you are.  Just head to: https://programs.sparkyourtraining.com/coaching   Connect with Dr. Duane:   Instagram - @sparkyourtraining Join Our Healthy Runner Facebook Community Subscribe to our YouTube Channel duane@sparkyourtraining.com www.sparkyourtraining.com   Listen & Subscribe: Apple Podcasts Spotify Stitcher Google Play iHeartRadio Amazon Music Website

Portfolio Career Podcast
Building Complimentary Ecosystems with Arlan Hamilton

Portfolio Career Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 14:22


Arlan Hamilton is first non-celebrity Black women to be featured on the cover of Fast Company. She is the Founder of Backstage Capital, author of It's About Damn Time, has her own educational academy, and is recently the Founder of Runner. In this episode, you will learn how Arlan started building these complimentary ecosystems, why information is valuable, and how it only takes one "yes" for you to find your next big opportunity. Excited for you to build and grow your Portfolio Career! As always, this episode with notes is available on my website.Connect with Arlan on Twitter!Connect with me on Twitter!

Not Your Average Runner, A Running Podcast
Ep #225: The Ultimate Runner's Gift Guide

Not Your Average Runner, A Running Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 40:59


Listen in this week for my ultimate runner's gift guide! I hope there's something on this list that catches your attention, and if you've been contemplating what to get your loved ones this year or what you would like gifted to you, this list is going to give you some incredible ideas.   Get full show notes and more information here: https://notyouraveragerunner.com/225

Nonprofit Innovators
12 Days of Giving Series: Why Project Purple Ambassador and avid runner Keelin Hodgkins DiMario is committed to moving with purpose

Nonprofit Innovators

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 14:57


It's that time of year again. A time to reflect, give, share, and grow - to express gratitude.In light of the giving season, we're flipping the script! Instead of chatting with nonprofit thought leaders, we are highlighting the most touching stories of individuals who fiercely support nonprofits and their “why.”Because without supporters, nonprofits couldn't exist.During the 12-day series, Maria will be exploring topics surrounding: hardships, perseverance, fundraising, social media, and the importance and value of online community. On this episode, Maria is chatting with Keelin Hodgkins DiMario. To say that running is a huge part of Keelin's life would be an understatement. She runs every single day - running her first of many marathons in 2013.Keelin also runs with her Aunt Cassie in mind,  a loved one lost to pancreatic cancer.Now, as a Project Purple ambassador, Keelin is committed to moving with purpose and runs for a world without pancreatic cancer.

Der beVegt-Podcast
#297 - Diese Lauf-Workouts bringen dein Training aufs nächste Level

Der beVegt-Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 65:07


In Folge 297 des beVegt-Podcast stellen wir dir 10 Lauf-Workouts vor, mit denen du deine Fitness verbesserst, schneller wirst und Abwechslung in dein Training bringst. Shownotes: https://www.bevegt.de/lauf-workouts-podcast/ Alle Folgen: https://www.bevegt.de/podcasts/ Sponsoren dieser Folge: ahearo - dein persönlicher Audiokiosk mit Beiträgen von Runner's World und Co. in Hörbuchqualität! happybrush - sichere dir mit dem Gutscheincode: "vegan11" 11% Rabatt auf die erste klimaneutrale Schallzahnbürste Eco Vibe 3! Werde beVegt-Supporter*in: https://www.bevegt.de/unterstuetzen/

Beer Mile Podcast
Ep62 - Ben True: The "Blue Collar Runner" on NYC Marathon Debut (7th Overall), Future Marathon Plans, Asics Sponsorship, Eating 6 Bagels Before Races, Anti-Doping, XC Skiing, and More

Beer Mile Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 85:56


Ben True joins us to reflect on his marathon debut at the NYC Marathon (2:12, 7th overall), his 4th place finish at the US Olympic Trials 10k, and his future racing plans. We also dive into just about every aspect of his career and life, including his decision to go to Dartmouth, choosing to train solo for several years, eventually paying Dan Curts $20,000 to train with him, making ends meet when Saucony didn't renew his contract, his upbringing in XC skiing, becoming a father, eating 6 bagels before races, his love for coffee, his views on anti-doping, and a whole lot more. Ben isn't much of a social media guy, but give him a follow on Insta anyway because when he does post, it's all gold (@BenJTrue) Join our Patreon for exclusive, uncut and uncensored content + big giveaways: https://www.patreon.com/beermile Brought to you by ALWRLD: Use code BEERMILE15 for 15% Off at ALWRLD.COM Brought to you by MANSCAPED: Use code BEERMILE for 20% Off + Free Shipping at MANSCAPED.COM Try Athletic Brewing Beer: https://athletic-brewing-co.sjv.io/gbGWzA Enter our giveaway for free BeerMile.com Swag: Give a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts or share the Beer Mile Podcast on your Insta story. Send us a DM with a screenshot on Instagram to @The_Beer_Mile: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/beer-mile-podcast/id1535570203 Help us grow the podcast: Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/beermile Subscribe to Beer Mile Media on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/beermilemedia Social Follow Beer Mile Media on Instagram Follow Beer Mile Media on Facebook Follow Beer Mile Media on Twitter Follow Beer Mile Media on TikTok Join the Beer Mile Strava Club Follow Chris on Strava Follow Chris on Instagram Follow Adam on Instagram Follow Adam on Strava --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beer-mile-media/support

Doc On The Run Podcast
3 ways to determine limb length discrepancy in a runner

Doc On The Run Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 7:31


A podcast listener sent in a great question for the Doc On The Run Podcast. Sandra asked, "Is there a best way to ascertain if a person has a leg length discrepancy? MRI, measuring, what is it?" "Limb length discrepancy" just means one leg is a little bit longer than the other. There are lots of different ways to figure out whether or not you have a limb length discrepancy. Figuring out how big that difference might be is really important if you want to fix it. Today on the Doc On The Run Podcast, we're talking about three different ways to determine limb length discrepancies in a runner.

Raytown Public Radio Sports Desk
Ghost Runner on 2nd: Season Wrap-up

Raytown Public Radio Sports Desk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 61:13


Matt and Dan wrap up the season that was 2021. Cheers.

Biophilic Solutions
Plant-Based Snacking and the Joy of Nature with R.E.D.D. Founder Alden Blease

Biophilic Solutions

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 28:33


This week on Biophilic Solutions, we're talking to Alden Blease, the founder and Chief Creative officer of R.E.D.D., a highly successful  (not to mention delicious) line of plant-based energy bars and elixirs. When he ran out of money on his college meal plan, Alden began making his own bars using bulk ingredients from his local health food store and the first iteration of R.E.D.D. was born. Since then, R.E.D.D. (which stands for Radiant Energy Deliciously Delivered) has been hailed by publications like Minimalist Baker, Poosh, Runner's World, and Popsugar. In this interview, we chat about everything from starting a successful plant-based business and sourcing the most ethical ingredients to the joys and inspiration found in nature. Show NotesR.E.D.D: Radiant Energy Deliciously DeliveredREDD refreshes brand, raises $2.2M in new funding (Maine Startups Insider)The Best Protein Bars Have These Ingredients (Poosh)Plant-Based Protein Bar Review (Minimalist Baker)The 10 Best Energy Bars for Runners (Runner's World)Alden Blease on Tik Tok

Ali on the Run Show
451. The Everyday Runner, Lara Kondor

Ali on the Run Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 76:17


“I just had to keep moving forward… I never let myself stop and wallow in it, because I was afraid that if I did, I'd never stop. I just had to keep going. So I did.” Lara Kondor is — and always has been — tough. She's a 46-year-old ultra-running mom of three who lives in New Hampshire, and on this episode, she talks about how she found running, and about the powerful role running has played in her life. Lara is a 13-time marathoner and nine-time ultramarathoner, with dreams of hitting the 100-mile mark in a single event. (Her longest so far is 92 miles at The Hamsterwheel 24-hour race.) Both on the run and off, Lara is a full-time caregiver for her oldest child, Noah, who is 25 and was diagnosed with autism at three years old. Noah is mostly nonverbal, but running has given him a new way to communicate. In this conversation, Lara talks about Noah's diagnosis, about new motherhood, and about how they started running together. She talks about asking for help, about accepting help, and about seeing Noah thrive (and get faster!) on the run. SPONSOR: COROS — Use code ONTHERUN for a free keychain watch charger with the purchase of any watch! What you'll get on this episode: All about Lara's childhood growing up in Florida (4:15) On having children at a young age, and what it was like getting Noah's autism diagnosis when he was three years old (6:20) How Lara found running (17:25) Why Lara loves running ultras — on a track (31:40) How Noah found running (36:00) Why Lara and Noah joined the Millennium Running Club (42:30) What's next for Lara and Noah? (55:40) Check out: Clearwater Running Festival Melissa Cummings on Episode 375 of the Ali on the Run Show Follow Lara: Instagram @lara_runs_in_circles 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!

Tough Girl Podcast
Adelle Tracey - British middle distance runner. European Finalist & World Semi-finalist. Professional Hair and Makeup artist.

Tough Girl Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 36:46


Adelle is a British middle distance track athlete, who has competed for Great Britain over 800m on a number of occasions. Adelle has competed internationally on a European, Commonwealth and World stage for over 10 years.   Adelle's international debut was a the European Youth Olympics in 2009, where she won a Silver medal at 16 years old.    Since then, she has gone on to compete for Great Britain at a senior level competing at two European Athletics Championships in Amsterdam 2016 and Berlin 2018, at the World Indoor Athletics Championships in Portland 2016, World Athletics Championships in London 2017, World University Games in Taipei 2017, the Commonwealth Games for team England in Gold Coast 2018 and at the European Indoor Athletics Championships in Glasgow 2019.   Throughout competing as a senior athlete on the international stage, Adelle has balanced her life off the track working as a Hair & Makeup artist.   Adelle is a Woman's Sport Trust 'UNLOCKED' Alumni and proud ambassador for the British Dyslexia Association & Dementia UK, two causes very close to her heart.   "Sport has so much to offer, I'd love all woman to have the opportunity to enhance their life with sport. There is so much power in lifting each other up and continuing to create spaces for woman & girls to flourish.” - Adelle Tracey   New episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast go live every Tuesday at 7am UK time - Hit the subscribe button so you don't miss out.    The Tough Girl Podcast is sponsorship and ad free thanks to the monthly financial support of patrons.    Support the mission to increase the amount of female role models in the media. Visit www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast and subscribe - super quick and easy to do and it makes a massive difference. Thank you.   Show notes Who is Adelle Wanting to be an athlete  Being inspired by the Olympics Being inspired by her head teacher - Mr Potter Excelling at sports day Getting involved in the school running club Making her first GB team at 16 Achieving her first Silver medal Discovering make up later on Remembering back to the Youth Olympics Being part of a team Being inspired by female role models Looking up to Dame Kelly Holmes  Running the longer distances  Endurance sports in athletics Winter training and weekly milage  Magical Moments from the past 10 years  Finishing 4th in the final Getting a personal best (PB) in the semi finals Tactics on the start line Working with a sports psychologist Music during the warmups  Following a cool room process Training in a winter block - an approx week and what it looks like Doing a triple day  Pre-hab, stretching and rolling  Sleeping and napping Keeping injury free Maintaining motivation levels Getting out of the door Working as hard as she can Advice for more advanced runner who want to run faster Advice for getting your mojo back Going back to your reason why The importance of goals Linking her training to her period.  Working with Fitrwomen  Future goals  Funding and paying for her lifestyle Why 2020 was such a difficult year Dealing with financial stress Ending the season on a high Having a vision board and writing down goals Final words of advice     Social Media   Website: www.adelletracey.com    Instagram: @adelletracey   Twitter: @adelle_tracey   

Driven Car Reviews
The 2023 Ford Bronco DR Is The Ultimate Factory Desert Runner

Driven Car Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 9:44


There's a new Bronco direct from Ford but chances are you won't be seeing it in the grocery store parking lot or even mingling with other Broncos on the trails. DR stands for desert runner and this race ready machine comes straight from ford with a Coyote 5.0-liter V8 engine that should make more than 400 horsepower, Multimatic Positional Selective DSSV Dampers and Multimatic safety cage. Fill it with gas and you can practically run the Baja 1000. With an estimated price starting in the mid $200,000s, it's not for everyone. It doesn't even have glass windows. Or doors. But the Bronco DR is ready to take on the toughest terrain.

Heartbeat: US Biathlon Podcast
Deedra Irwin: Friends Lead Runner to Career in Biathlon

Heartbeat: US Biathlon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 29:32


Growing up in Wisconsin, Deedra Irwin loved to run. She had never heard of cross country skiing. But a friend introduced her to the sport as a winter training opportunity. After a strong high school and college career at Michigan Tech, she was ready to retire until another friend, biathlete Joanne Reid, introduced her to biathlon. Now in the national guard biathlon program, Irwin is a rising star for U.S. Biathlon. Heartbeat explores her pathway and what made biathlon so exciting for her, and the opportunities both U.S. Biathlon and the national guard are providing her.

Eyes Up Mindset
83. Mitchell Buerkle- Winona State Runner: "Do with consistency, Be Present, Be Vulnerable"

Eyes Up Mindset

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 41:08


Eyes Up Mindset: https://linktr.ee/eyesupmindset Facebook Group: EYES UP MINDSET FAMILY Twitter: @eyesupmindset Instagram: eyesupmindset YouTube: Eyes Up Mindset Channel Website: http://www.eyesupmindset.com/ If you have found value and you feel others may as well please feel free to RATE, REVIEW and SUBSCRIBE or FOLLOW wherever you listen. Take a step with us today on this journey toward optimal performance --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/eyesupmindset/support

Ali on the Run Show
450. Grayson Murphy, Mountain Running World Champion

Ali on the Run Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 61:43


“If I can make someone else get comfortable and they can get the help they need, that seems like mission accomplished to me.” Grayson Murphy just may be the most versatile professional runner in the country right now. This year alone, Grayson has taken home wins on the trails, the track, and the roads. She won Saucony's Fast Future 10K in Germany, won her heat in the 3000m steeplechase at the U.S. Olympic Track & Field Trials (and ultimately finished sixth in the finals), won the USATF Mountain Running Championships, won the Deseret News 10K, and earned herself a personal best in the mile. On this episode, we cover all of the highlights from Grayson's fast, fun year, and talk about the tough stuff along the way. Grayson talks about dealing with race anxiety, shares her thoughts on the emotional side of running, and offers advice for thriving in a long-distance relationship. (Yay love language talk!) She talks about her passion for rest days, her love for journaling (check out her line of 2022 planners here!), and what's next on the run. (Hint: The word marathon came up an awful lot in this conversation...) SPONSOR: The WineShine Half Marathon — Register today for the inaugural event, happening July 16, 2022. See you in Napa! What you'll get on this episode: All about Grayson's morning run (3:00) Grayson talks about her race at the Abbott Dash to the Finish Line 5K in New York City (4:30) Riding in the lead vehicle during the TCS New York City Marathon — and Grayson's thoughts on an eventual marathon debut (6:20) Now what? (13:10) Why Grayson loves rest days (15:20) Grayson's 2021 highlight reel, and what makes racing fun for her (21:20) All about Grayson's line of planners, and her own mental health journey (24:40) How Grayson processed this summer's U.S. Olympic Track & Field Trials outcome (32:45) Grayson's favorite drug testing story (41:30) The anti-highlight reel (43:00) Trail running vs. the roads and the track (46:40) How Grayson reflects on her decision to leave HOKA and NAZ Elite after a year at the beginning of her professional career (48:45) Grayson's biggest hopes and dreams, on the run and off (52:40) Follow Grayson: Instagram @racin__grayson Twitter @racin__grayson Website Buy her planners! 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!

Road Dog Podcast
184: Born To Run 2 - The Gathering

Road Dog Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 122:01


“I just want to get as many faces in here that are unlike the other faces that you see all the time.” Chris McDougall, Challis Popkey, Iman Wilkerson, Zachary Friedley, Alejandra Santos, Jenna Crawford, Karma Park, Noah Haidle, Emmanuel Rumes, Eric Orton, and Marcus Rentie gather in a hotel lobby in Colton, CA. to discuss all things running and beyond. Hear secret details about the upcoming book Born To Run 2. 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 Luis Escobar (Host) Contact: luis@roaddogpodcast.com Luis Instagram Kevin Lyons (Producer) Contact: kevin@roaddogpodcast.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

Obstacle Running Adventures
256. World's Toughest Mudder! (Part 3: Bar Crawl Interviews)

Obstacle Running Adventures

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 99:17


Oh boy, we are really breaking these episodes up!  This WTM episode is all interviews during the bar crawl on Monday after the brunch ceremony. Please go back and listen to part 1 and part 2 if you haven't already!  Part 4 with Katie Knight and Mark Batres will be out next weekend! 0:00 - 2:26 - Intro 2:26 - 4:54 - Quick News 4:54 - 5:30 - Content Preface 5:30 - 1:34:47 - Bar Crawl Interviews: Jason Dupree, David Hayes, Matt B Davis, Kim DeVoss, Chris Mikolajewski, JaLisa James, Will Hicks, Trevor Cichosz, and Heather Bode 1:34:47 - End - Outro ____ News Stories: American Ninja Warrior Recruitment Jack Goras Calendars Mike Morris Left Spartan? Nick Ryker's New Puppy Secret Link ____ Related Episodes: 45. World's Toughest Mudder, Las Vegas Rock N Roll Half Marathon, Mattapoisett 5k, and YMCA Turkey Trot 5 Miler! 46. World's Toughest Mudder Champion's Brunch with Will Hicks and Heather Bode, Kingston 5k Turkey Trot, and Newburyport Harborside Half Marathon! 97. World's Toughest Mudder! (Part 1: Community Dinner and Event) 98. World's Toughest Mudder! (Part 2: Champion's Brunch and Bar Crawl), and Taunton YMCA Turkey Trot 150. World's Toughest Mudder Hot Lap Recap, Javier Escobar's Pit Planning Party, and Mike's Lap By Lap Experience! 151. World's Toughest Mudder Brunch Audio and Bar Crawl Interviews! 152. World's Toughest Mudder Pit Crew Debriefing, and Drunk Javier Escobar Interview! 201. World's Toughest Mudder Memories! 254. World's Toughest Mudder! (Part 1: Interviews with Volunteers, Pit Crew, Athletes, and Pit Audio) 255. World's Toughest Mudder! (Part 2: Brunch Interviews and Audio) ____  Next episode Mike will be on the final 2 interviews pertaining to World's Toughest Mudder: Katie Knight and Mark Batres! ____ The OCR Report Sponsored Athletes: Javier Escobar and Kelly Sullivan! Support us on Patreon for exclusive content and access to our Facebook group For a podcast shirt, send $20 to Katelyn-Ritter-8 on Venmo with your size and address Check out our Threadless Shop Use coupon code "adventure" for 10% off MudGear products Use coupon code "ocrreport20" for 20% off Caterpy products Like us on Facebook: Obstacle Running Adventures Follow our podcast on Instagram: @ObstacleRunningAdventures Write us an email: obstaclerunningadventures@gmail.com Subscribe on Youtube: MStefano Running Intro music - "Streaker" by: Straight Up Outro music - "Iron Paw" by: Dubbest

On The Line
AAU Cross Country National Champ In The 4k & 3k with Runner Sydney Collier

On The Line

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 25:17


Follow On the Line: https://www.instagram.com/on_the_line_addison/Follow Sydney: https://www.instagram.com/syd.collierr/

19Stories
19Stories: Full Episode 37 Leah Marks & Nic Redman

19Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 59:55


Nic Redman and Leah Marks are the co-hosts and creators of the Longest running, most listened to and reviewed podcast in the UK, ‘The Voiceover Social',  which won the Inspiration Award at this years One Voice Awards, and was also was Runner up in the 2021 International Women's Podcast Awards, a 2021 British Podcasts Awards Nominee, a Finalist in the 2021 'Podcasting for Business Awards' and a SOVAS Arts Awards Nominee. Separately, they are a treasure trove of talent as well. Originally hailing from Manchester, England, Leah Marks has amassed quite the voiceover career including appearances in several Radio 4 plays,TV commercials,  news reporter on BBC Radio Manchester, and is the voice of the BBC Civilisations augmented reality app, which has been downloaded a quarter of a million times. Nic Redman, is a native of Northern Ireland and an internationally successful VoiceOver artist, podcaster and voice/accent coach. She has taught voice, accents and VO at many of the major drama schools in the UK. She is the founder of Voice & Accent Hub group on Facebook, created to offer tailored voice & accent coaching to specific groups of voice users and writes/hosts The Voice Coach Podcast offering even more in spoken voice training. To reach Leah Marks directly: Business email Address: leah@leahmarks.co.uk  or listen@thevosocial (the podcast) Business website(s): www.leahmarks.co.uk (me) or www.thevosocial.com (the podcast) Twitter: @thevosocial To reach Nic Redman directly: Business website(s): https://nicolaredman.com/ https://nicolaredman.com/the-voice-coach-podcast/   or www.thevosocial.com (the podcast) Twitter: @thevosocial

For Your Run
30: Blaire & Shawn

For Your Run

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 52:00


Blaire and Shawn take some time this week to bring you their favorite running things as we all dive right into to the depths of the holiday season! They also provide some updates about year one of the podcast along with the announcement of their new Patreon page for those who would like to support For Your Run's growth moving forward!Follow For Your Run on InstagramKeep up with Shawn & Blaire on Instagram

Old Crazy Runners - the Podcast
Drew Roberts - Portland‘s Newest Old Crazy Runner

Old Crazy Runners - the Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 70:36


Drew Roberts discovered late in life just how fast of a runner he is. He's won local races and has his sights set on some age-group records as some of the more famous ultras. We discover how he learned to build a good base and how to train right, for him. We also discuss how running helps people deal with addiction.  Be sure to join the OCR Strava Run club and hang out with Drew Roberts. We discuss the woman who broke a new world record of 95 marathons in 95 days and the man who ran the Athens full marathon at 90 years old. 

Samz Club Podcast
Rust belt Runner

Samz Club Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 165:17


So Adel is loving herself and it thanks to Rich Paul go imagine that lol, but before we go to far R.I.P Young Dolph and prays to the family he left behind. Now that the serious things have been addressed lets get into this episode and the many debates Charles and Tony have from the 76ers and Ben Simmons saga to the album they reviewed. Anime was the only agreeable area this show lol so you get a nice reset before the guys start to get at it again but come enjoy the show share your opinion and we'll see you next time!!!!!

Savage Beings Podcast
Episode 120 - Act of Selflessness

Savage Beings Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 9:53


I am thankful for everyone who listens to this podcast! Quick episode about a selfless boy from this last Halloween  https://vm.tiktok.com/ZM8Gnt7Lm/ Video 1 https://vm.tiktok.com/ZM8GWJh6M/ Video 2 https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/23HB8DMI90JC8?ref_=wl_share Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/savage-beings www.savagebeings.com Follow @savagebeings and @demics on IG Email - savagebeings@gmail.com

Der beVegt-Podcast
#296 - Eileen Wegner: Wie findet man durch das Laufen zu sich selbst zurück?

Der beVegt-Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 87:55


In Folge 296 des beVegt-Podcast sprechen wir mit der Marathonläuferin, Autorin und Podcasterin Eileen Wegner über ihren Weg zum Laufen und zurück zu sich selbst. Shownotes: https://www.bevegt.de/eileen-wegner-podcast/ Alle Folgen: https://www.bevegt.de/podcasts/ Sponsoren dieser Folge: Vivo Life* (10% Rabatt auf deine erste Bestellung mit dem Gutscheincode BEVEGT) ahearo - dein persönlicher Audiokiosk mit Beiträgen von Runner's World und Co. in Hörbuchqualität! Werde beVegt-Supporter*in: https://www.bevegt.de/unterstuetzen/ * Affiliate-Link

The Blockade Runner Star Wars Podcast
Star Wars Returns to Dark Horse - The Blockade Runner Podcast #200

The Blockade Runner Star Wars Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 87:06


It's our 200th episode and we celebrated by recording a completely standard episode covering Star Wars comics and games news plus a big casting rumor for the upcoming Ahsoka show on Disney+. Episode Links Dark Horse Comics Returns to the Star Wars Galaxy Ahsoka Tano Disney Plus Series Casts Natasha Liu Bordizzo as Sabine Wren 4 original Xbox Star Wars games added to backwards compatibility: ROTS, Starfighter, Clone Wars, Jedi Knight 2 From a Galaxy Far Far Away, Limited Run Games Brings Star Wars™: Knights of the Old Republic to the Switch, Premium & Master Editions to Switch/PC Show Links Email = blockaderunnerpodcast@gmail.com Click here to send us a voice message! Twitter Instagram Anchor YouTube --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/blockaderunnerpodcast/message

Doc On The Run Podcast
What is talar beaking on x-ray of a runner?

Doc On The Run Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 5:58


Today's episode comes from a discussion I had with a runner in person who had some foot pain, it was kind of weird. He's an elite runner and he started developing this symptom that he couldn't figure out and it was in a weird spot. He got an evaluation and part of his evaluation was X-rays of his foot. When we got the X-rays of his foot and we were looking at him, he had this thing that we call talar beaking and he wanted to know what that was. What is talar beaking on the X-ray of a runner? Well, that's what we're talking about today on the Doc On The Run Podcast.   

Ali on the Run Show
449. Elyse Kopecky, Marathoner

Ali on the Run Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 49:27


"There was never a low point for me. Is that weird?!" Two weeks before this year's New York City Marathon, Elyse Kopecky was on the Ali on the Run Show with best friend Shalane Flanagan, talking all about their NYC Marathon plans and dreams, and about the release of their third cookbook, Rise & Run. Now, Elyse is back — and she's officially a marathoner! On this episode, Elyse shares every detail of her debut marathon experience. She talks about the highs and lows of training, about the struggle of being a mom pulled in many directions at all times, and about traveling to New York City alone. She reflects on the excitement of Rise & Run becoming a New York Times best-seller the same week as the marathon, and breaks down her race week. Then, she talks about lining up on the top of the Verrazzano Bridge next to Shalane, and about meeting her at the finish line 3 hours, 32 minutes, and 28 seconds later. Plus, all the excitement of the 26.2 miles in between. SPONSOR: AfterShokz — Visit ontherun.aftershokz.com for 15% off wireless headphones. What you'll get on this episode: On Rise & Run making the New York Times best-seller list the week of the marathon (3:00) Elyse shares her pre-NYC knowledge (5:00) The highs and lows of training (8:00) All the new things Elyse did before race day (11:15) What it was like lining up at the start line next to Shalane (16:30) All about the race! (20:00) That finish line feeling (29:30) How Elyse celebrated her marathon finish (34:00) “The biggest thing that was new on race day” (39:45) Now what? (44:30) Follow Elyse: Instagram @ElyseKopecky Twitter @ElyseKopecky 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!

Dirt Church Radio
Episode 169 - Mat Grills (The Tattoo Runner)

Dirt Church Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 81:06


Matt and Eugene speak to the legendary Tattoo Runner, Mat Grills. This conversation is a wee rip-snorter: From uber-jacked frontman in a Christian Hardcore band to running his first marathon with his dad, to brain surgery, to the police, to ultramarathons, approximately 10000 tattoos to now being the proud co-owner of two cafes and having just come off the back of 50 days of consecutive marathons (with 10 x 50kms thrown in there), Mat's story is incredible. Inspiring, positive, and rather epic if we do say so ourselves. Why would you do 50 days of marathon distance whilst trying to also have a normal working life? If you were training to run across Australia you might, which is what Mat is planning in 2022. All this and the usual Stuff You Should Know, race results and a love letter Greatest Run Ever. Enjoy!

Ali on the Run Show
448. The Everyday Runner, Adalgisa Rivera

Ali on the Run Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 77:48


"I just loved what I saw. I felt seen. I felt heard. There were so many people that looked like me, or they had similar journeys. They were in a transitional point in their lives, and fitness was part of that. So I just kept coming back." This week on the Everyday Runner series, meet Adalgisa (best known as "Lisa") Rivera. Not only did Lisa and I record this episode just a few days after she completed the New York City Marathon, we also did so on Veteran's Day — an especially meaningful day for Lisa, who served in the U.S. Army National Guard for eight years. On this episode, Lisa shares her emotional NYC Marathon recap, and talks about how she first found running several years ago. (It involved being dragged to a Harlem Run workout "kicking and screaming." Fast forward a few years, and Lisa is now a five-time marathoner and pacer for Harlem Run.) She talks about her childhood, and about discovering the importance of community. And she talks about getting her master's degree in social work, and pursuing a career working in child welfare. Plus, all about her experience at the TransRockies Run this summer (and why she wants to double that distance in 2022), and why it's so important for Lisa to be a "change agent" in her community. SPONSOR: COROS — Use code ONTHERUN for a free keychain watch charger with the purchase of any watch! What you'll get on this episode: Lisa reflects on her time serving in the military (4:10) Lisa's emotional New York City Marathon recap (17:00) What Lisa's childhood was like, and how she got into social work (27:00) How Lisa found running (39:30) What's next for Lisa? (59:50) Follow Lisa: Instagram @lovelylisa125 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!

Podumentary
The River Runner directed by Rush Sturges

Podumentary

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021


This week we talk about Netflix doc The River Runner directed by Rush Sturges.

Doc On The Run Podcast
Should a runner ice a broken toe?

Doc On The Run Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 4:34


Every treatment in medicine has pluses and minuses. Applying ice is no different. Ice can make some things better, and some things worse. If you ice something, in general it will calm that inflammatory response, reduce the pain and make you more comfortable.  But your goal is to get back to running as quickly as possible, not to just make you feel better. Today on the Doc on the Run podcast, we're talking about whether or not an injured runner should ice a broken toe.

Road Dog Podcast
183: Crista Scott Tappan is a Dirtbag Runner

Road Dog Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 90:15


“It's failed in a lot of ways as a business but it's succeeded exponentially as a community and what it has created because of that.” Crista Scott Tappan is an ultra runner and founder of Dirtbag Runners. In this episode, she discusses her first Born To Run experience, being raised by her grandparents, and why she needs a sabbatical. 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. DRYMAX show code: Roaddog2020  Listeners get a special 15% off at https://www.drymaxsports.com/products/ Allwedoisrun.com Crista Scott Tappan Contact Info: Crista@dirtbagrunners.com  DirtbagRunners.com  CristaScottTappan.com  @Crista.Tappan  @DirtbagRunners  Luis Escobar (Host) Contact: luis@roaddogpodcast.com Luis Instagram Kevin Lyons (Producer) Contact: kevin@roaddogpodcast.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

Obstacle Running Adventures
255. World's Toughest Mudder! (Part 2: Brunch Interviews and Audio)

Obstacle Running Adventures

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 135:15


More World's Toughest Mudder content coming to your ears!  Originally I wasn't sure if we were going to get 2 full episodes due to showing up to the event late but thanks to working extremely hard it is looking like we will be getting 3! This is part 2 of 3 for our WTM coverage this year.  This episode covers Brunch.  We have interviews before the presentation, audio of the presentation, and interviews after the presentation.  Next episode will have the hour and a half of bar crawl interviews as well as potentially 2 more WTM related interviews that I have yet to record! Very sorry to Elliot and Hannah, my microphone cord had other plans and resulted in messed up audio for part of your interviews :-( Also, shout out to the people who correctly guessed the length of the content from last episode in our instagram story post: Obstacle Racing Media, Eric Martinez, Fo, Leon Kofoed, Samantha Domingos, Clare Nordyke, Morgan, Pierce Sports and Fitness, Cory Edwards, Victoria Richards, Candace Simpson, Doug, Katelyn Ritter, and Michelle! 0:00 - 3:43 - Intro 3:43 - 6:36 - Quick News 6:36 - 7:20 - Content Preface 7:20 - 42:58 - Interviews Before Presentation: Evan Perperis, Erin Rost, Christian Brown-Johnson, Elliot Rueb, Jake Ramsby, Coach the DJ, and Sara Korba 42:58 - 1:42:53 - Brunch Presentation Audio 1:42:53 - 2:10:49 - Interviews After Presentation: Vanessa Gebhardt, DJ Fox, Logan Nagle, Newlyweds, Deanna Brasz, Kelly Glynn, Joshua Reid, Hannah Carta, and Kyle McLaughlin 2:10:49 - End - Outro ____ News Stories: 105+ AG 100 Meter World Record 95 Marathons in 95 Days World Record Spartan Kids World Championships 2022 Spartan Citi Field Podiums Spartan Carolina Beast Podiums Hyrox Dallas Podiums Secret Link ____ Related Episodes: 45. World's Toughest Mudder, Las Vegas Rock N Roll Half Marathon, Mattapoisett 5k, and YMCA Turkey Trot 5 Miler! 46. World's Toughest Mudder Champion's Brunch with Will Hicks and Heather Bode, Kingston 5k Turkey Trot, and Newburyport Harborside Half Marathon! 97. World's Toughest Mudder! (Part 1: Community Dinner and Event) 98. World's Toughest Mudder! (Part 2: Champion's Brunch and Bar Crawl), and Taunton YMCA Turkey Trot 150. World's Toughest Mudder Hot Lap Recap, Javier Escobar's Pit Planning Party, and Mike's Lap By Lap Experience! 151. World's Toughest Mudder Brunch Audio and Bar Crawl Interviews! 152. World's Toughest Mudder Pit Crew Debriefing, and Drunk Javier Escobar Interview! 201. World's Toughest Mudder Memories! 254. World's Toughest Mudder! (Part 1: Interviews with Volunteers, Pit Crew, Athletes, and Pit Audio) ____  Next episode Mike will be releasing the bar crawl interviews from World's Toughest Mudder and will be hearing from 1, potentially 2 more awesome WTM related athletes! ____ The OCR Report Sponsored Athletes: Javier Escobar and Kelly Sullivan! Support us on Patreon for exclusive content and access to our Facebook group For a podcast shirt, send $20 to Katelyn-Ritter-8 on Venmo with your size and address Check out our Threadless Shop Use coupon code "adventure" for 10% off MudGear products Use coupon code "ocrreport20" for 20% off Caterpy products Like us on Facebook: Obstacle Running Adventures Follow our podcast on Instagram: @ObstacleRunningAdventures Write us an email: obstaclerunningadventures@gmail.com Subscribe on Youtube: MStefano Running Intro music - "Streaker" by: Straight Up Outro music - "Iron Paw" by: Dubbest

Evil Thoughts
Race Rubbish

Evil Thoughts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 18:20


MSNBC's Joy Reid is the gold standard for Lefty "reasoning" in the wake of the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict. Runner up honors go to Anthony Huber's girlfriend, Hannah Gittings!

The Extramilest Podcast
#48: Achieve Your Goals, with Sally McRae

The Extramilest Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 74:29


Sally McRae is a professional ultra/mountain runner. This summer she won the Toughest Footrace on the Planet, Badwater 135 miler.    She is one of the most real, inspiring and positive people I have ever met. Sally is a trainer, coach, and mother of two active kids.   She is sponsored by Nike, COROS, Leki, Spring Energy, UltrAspire, Igloo, Sidekick, and LyveCap.   We discuss mental training, pushing the limits, work / life balance, Badwater 135, strength training and more!    YouTube video of this interview: https://youtu.be/eXoL5f_Gf1g    Chapters:  0:00 Intro Sally McRae 4:15 Sally's athletic background 6:23 Dealing with her moms death at age 17 8:49 How soccer and sports connect people 9:58 Inspiring others through running 11:42 Time management for a busy pro athlete mother 18:58 Badwater 135 mile race 22:48 Difference between Badwater in 2018 and 2021 26:48 Importance of humbling experiences in running 28:20 Mindset and believe 29:43 Study your race environment  32:03 Discomfort teaches us to grow 38:44 The power of how we respond to situations 41:16 Last miles to winning Badwater 135  45:37 Mindset to make or break you 46:37 Judgment from outside world 51:37 Social media behavior 55:37 Sally's first photoshoot with Nike 1:01:03 Strength training for runners, why / how 1:06:03 Sally's strength running app 1:09:37 Connect with Sally 1:10:21 Recommendations for athletes to improve  1:12:28 Closing thoughts + next episode "Failures, letdowns, mistakes, flaws, they do not define your value. In fact, those were never supposed to be limiting factors. All those things are supposed to propel us to something better.”   I'd love to hear from you, what was your favorite lesson, quote or takeaway. Please let me know in the comments.  FIND SALLY MCRAE HERE: ► Website: https://www.sallymcrae.com ► Strength App: https://my.playbookapp.io/sally-mcrae ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/yellowrunner ► Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/coachsallymcrae ► Podcast: https://bit.ly/choose-strong-podcast   YOU CAN FIND ME, FLORIS GIERMAN HERE: ► Website: https://extramilest.com ► Personal Best Program: https://www.pbprogram.com ► Strava: https://www.strava.com/athletes/1329785 ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/florisgierman ► Podcast: https://extramilest.com/podcast    -- -- --  This episode is brought to you by PATH projects running apparel. PATH makes premium running shorts, baseliners, shirts and hats. Recently PATH projects won Runner's World Gear of the Year award for the 2nd time. This time for the Pyrenees hooded running shirt, it's a shirt that I wear daily too.    You can find out more at https://pathprojects.com/

Nitty Gritty Training
Nell Rojas Has Arrived

Nitty Gritty Training

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 57:15


OCR Champion Faye Stenning and Olympian Jess O'Connell, are bringing their coaching platform to the Obstacle Racing Media family of podcasts. This week we are joined by Nell Rojas, the top American finisher at the Boston Marathon in a blazing 2:27! Nell has dabbled in OCR in the past, and strength work plays a huge role in her training for distance running events. She shares some incredible insights on mindset, training, and what it takes to be your best!  Faye Coaching Website Listen to this and all Nitty Gritty episodes here. Photo courtesy of Runner's World.

Hurdle
#HURDLEMOMENT: Tips To Navigate Injury From Olympian & Pro Runner Emily Sisson

Hurdle

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 41:57


It was amazing to watch Emily Sisson, a pro runner for New Balance, crush the 10K at the Olympic trials and make her way to the 2020 Olympics. But little did we know that heading into the Tokyo Games, she was navigating a debilitating knee injury. In today's installment of #HURDLEMOMENT, her and I chat all about it — unpacking how we've struggled with injury over 2021. She gives her tips on how to navigate the emotional struggle that goes hand-in-hand with the physical, the importance of having a stellar support squad, and the necessary perspective shift that helped her get through the toughest days. Plus: What's next! SOCIAL @em_sisson @emilyabbate @hurdlepodcast OFFERS Green Chef | Head to GreenChef.com/hurdle125 and use code "hurdle125" to get $125 off including free shipping! GOODR | Go to Goodr.com/Hurdle and use the code "HURDLE15" for 15 percent off at checkout. SUBSCRIBE to the Hurdle SMS by texting "WELCOME" to 732-HURDLER, or (732) 487-3537! JOIN: THE *Secret* FACEBOOK GROUP LEAVE ME A VOICE MESSAGE! Whether you just want to say hi or have a question you want to ask, I'd love to hear from you! Bonus: Your listener question could be answered in an upcoming episode of the show! P.S. No topics are off limits. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hurdle/message

Ali on the Run Show
445. The Everyday Runner, Chloe Rosen

Ali on the Run Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 82:05


“Running doesn't break us. It teaches us to bend.” By very popular demand: Welcome to Season 2 of The Everyday Runner series! For the next five weeks, we'll hear from runners who are just like you and me. They are women who love running and who care about it deeply — but they don't do this professionally, and they have jobs, families, responsibilities, and busy lives off the run. They are the everyday runner. To kick off Season 2, meet Chloe Rosen! Chloe is the real-life runner behind the popular "Your Best Running Friend" Instagram account. And no wonder it's funny: Chloe is an actor and comedian whose work has been featured on Comedy Central, Funny or Die, and College Humor! (Check out her hit web series "Dating My TV.") On this episode, Chloe talks about her road to improv and sketch comedy greatness, and about how she found running along the way. (It involves a breakup. Relatable!) She talks about how her relationship with her body has ebbed and flowed over the years, about learning not to compare herself to Past Chloe, and about how she was feeling before running the New York City Marathon last weekend. SPONSOR: COROS — Use code ONTHERUN for a free keychain watch charger with the purchase of any COROS watch! What you'll get on this episode: On the post-wedding comedown — and how it compares to the post-race comedown (5:15) What Chloe's childhood was like (10:15) On teaching English in India, and how it changed Chloe's life (22:25) How Chloe broke into comedy (31:20) How Chloe found running (44:25) All about “Your Best Running Friend” (50:00) How Chloe's relationship with running has evolved (58:50) Pre-NYC Marathon thoughts (1:06:15) 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!