My guest today is a woman that is not only a great runner, but she’s a world class multi-sport athlete as well. Lisa Reichmann has a lengthy resume that include competing as an elite athlete in major marathons, representing team USA in the Duathlon, and completing an Ironman. When Lisa isn’t competing or training, she’s […]
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Today I am going a few easy miles with Rhandi Orme. Along with raising 4 children, Rhandi also makes the time to train for ultra marathons and IronMan triathlons. As if that weren’t enough, she is also a running coach and is passionate about helping her clients in reaching their goals.
Today I am going a few easy miles with Julie Sapper. Julie is a veteran of several Boston Marathons and is competitive in virtually every race she enters in the D.C. area. She’s also one half of the coaching duo behind Run Farther & Faster.
It’s safe to say that most runners have read something that my guest has written. Scott Douglas is a contributing editor at Runner’s World as well as an author of numerous running books. His most recent book, Running is My Therapy, addresses the many mental benefits running has.
Today I am going a few easy miles with Monica Olivas- holistic health coach, running coach, blogger, and podcaster. Monica’s blog initially began as a way to document the training for her first marathon, and it turned into much more than she ever expected. Since then she has completed over 80 half or full marathons […]