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May 15, 2019

Measuring Success as a Runner with Kate Pallardy

Kate Pallardy Success as a Runner What does it take to be a successful runner? Our guest today is Kate Pallardy, recent finisher at the Boston Marathon with a time of 2:38:27, good enough for 22nd Female Finisher of the entire field of more than 26,000... 

May 8, 2019

7 Essential Runner Stretches with Austin Martinez

Austin Martinez – 7 Essential Stretches Stretching is such an important, and sometimes even controversial, topic to runners and yet how many of us know how to use our stretching time to its best potential? Today we are talking with Austin Martinez,... 

May 1, 2019

UltraRunning and Zombies with Author Camille Picott

Undead Ultra – Ultrarunning and the Zombie Apocalypse What do zombies and ultra marathons have to do with each other? We find out in this week’s episode where we talk with Undead Ultra book author and ultra runner, Camille Piccott, as we honor... 

April 24, 2019

CBD Cannabis: Pain Relief and More – What it can do for Runners with Caleb Simpson

Caleb Simpson: CBD / Cannabis What Can It Do For Runners? Hemp, marijuana, CBD, THC… How are they related and can they help runners? Are they even legal? Can CBD alleviate pain and inflammation? What is the science behind it? Are our bodies actually... 

April 17, 2019

Ryan Hall Half Marathon Record Holder and Olympian Shares His New Book: Run the Mile You’re In

Ryan Hall talks about Run The Mile You’re In Having dreamed of playing professional baseball, one small decision changed the course of his life. Olympic athlete and American record holder in the half marathon Ryan Hall hasn’t always loved running.... 

April 10, 2019

First Time at Boston Marathon with Scott Mattingly

Scott Mattingly – Boston Marathon For many of us, the Boston Marathon is not just a Bucket List race, but a Bucket List goal altogether. While we’re excited to see what the elite field can do in one of the most famous running events, thousands... 

April 3, 2019

Boston Marathon Hopefuls and Hoka Team Naz Elite with Coach Ben Rosario

Boston Marathon Hopefuls On today’s episode we are talking with Ben Rosario coach of the Hoka NAZ Elite Team in Flagstaff, Arizona. We discuss the upcoming 2019 Boston Marathon and who Ben believes are the top contenders, from his own team and the overall... 

March 27, 2019

Best Running Shoes of 2019 Part 2 with Derek Wun from A Runner’s Mind

Best Running Shoes of 2019 We choose different running shoes for terrain, weather, price, ability, etc. In the second of this 2 part series we are talking with Derek Wun, running shoe expert in California as we continue our search into the best running... 

March 20, 2019

Best Shoes of 2019 Part 1 with Ross Martinson Owner of Philadelphia Runner

Best Shoes of 2019 Shoes. As individual as… well, feet. In the history of running, there has probably never been a time when more styles, brands, and models have been available. And every year, after countless hours of research, development, and... 

March 13, 2019

Cutting Edge Power, Pace and Heart Rate Technology with Tom Fowler Polar USA

Wearable Technology Today and Into the Future Today we are speaking with Tom Fowler, president of Polar USA, about the benefits and evolution of wearable technology. Tom has vast expertise and engaging stories about fitness as a former professional triathlete,... 

March 6, 2019

Ketosis and Fat Burning Benefits for Runners with Doctors Art Zemach and Mark Cucuzzella

Ketosis and Fat Burning is it Right for You? Today we have a special episode with two medical doctors who are also avid runners and personally advocate for the fat burning way of eating that creates ketosis and, for many people, fat loss and increased... 

February 27, 2019

5 Amazing Runners Including Meb Keflezighi Who Overcame Incredible Obstacles – Stories Shared by Bob Babbitt

Amazing Runners Incredible Obstacles To title this episode “Obstacle Runners” would not just be misleading, but also a negligent understatement. Sometimes we think we have it tough because we’re training in bad weather, or we have... 

February 20, 2019

Staying on Top of Your Running Game with Coach Peyton Hoyal

Staying on Top of Your Running Game It’s been said that “Motivation is overrated; on a good day you don’t need it and on a bad day it never shows up.” With everything we have going on in our lives (work, family, friends,... 

February 13, 2019

Running Pain, Grizzly Bears, and Current Pain Science with Paul Ingraham

Paul Ingraham: The Pain Science Guy Running Pain: Shin Splints. ITB Syndrome. Patellofemoral Syndrome. The dreaded Plantar Fasciitis… With even the slightest of niggles, we often keep ourselves up at night assuming we are developing any, or... 

February 6, 2019

Self-Healing – Hashimoto’s, Autoimmune and Gut Health with Maria Aparis

Maria Aparis: Autoimmunity, Hashimoto’s and Gut Health As runners, we know that fueling is crucial. We spend countless hours finding the perfect combination of gels, hydration, and nutrition. However, one component we may be overlooking is our... 

January 30, 2019

Running, Weight Loss, Wellness with Drs. Mohan and Parker

Dr. Carmen Patrick Mohan, MD and Dr. Ruth Parker, MD – Women’s Guide To Health – co-authored with Jeff Galloway Dr. Ruth Parker, MD, MACP is professor of Medicine, Pediatrics and Public Health at Emory University in Atlanta, GA.... 

January 23, 2019

How to Run Every Day for More Than 40 Years With Scott Ludwig

Running Every Day for More Than 40 Years Some of us are lucky if we are able to run 5 days a week. Others even more fortunate may have been able to put together a streak of months or maybe even a couple years. Streaks are hard to maintain because so many... 

January 16, 2019

Run the Oakland Marathon and Qualify for Boston Early With Lena Zentgraf

On today’s episode we interview Lena Zentgraf, assistant race director for the Oakland Run Fest. Held in March each year for the past 10 years the Oakland Run Fest offers a marathon, a half marathon, a 5K, a relay, and a combo race that includes... 

January 10, 2019
January 9, 2019

Courage to Tri with Author and Ironman Empowered Triathlete Bethany Rutledge

Bethany Rutledge – Courage to Tri In 2019 our first episode was full of success stories and inspiration for our listening audience. However, we did not have a female perspective, so today’s episode will focus on Bethany Rutledge. Bethany... 

January 5, 2019
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