Brian Curro Is Running For Change… And For President

To date, I haven’t had the opportunity to interview someone that is planning a run for the White House, until today.

Brian Curro

Brian Curro is also a Marine, ultra runner, Ironman, and has run across the United States.

When Brian decides to do something he goes all in.

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Boston Marathon, 2018, Des Linden

Quick Tip: 5 Takeaways from the 2018 Boston Marathon

The 2018 Boston Marathon was this week, and it certainly didn’t disappoint!

Boston Marathon, 2018, Des Linden, Meme

If you’re a runner, this year’s race had a little bit of everything.

Unexpected winners. Weather issues. Unplanned porta-potty stops.

Sometimes, I feel like watching the elites race doesn’t offer much in terms of tips/lessons for us mortals.

But this year’s race? Lessons galore! Read more

Lauren Seserko Knows a Positive Mindset Can Help You Achieve Your Goals

I am going a few easy miles today with my guest Lauren Seserko.

Lauren Seserko

Lauren is a self-proclaimed foodie and science nerd that is also a health and fitness nut.

With so many topics she is passionate about, Lauren shares her knowledge and opinions with the masses through blogging.  Read more

Corine Green Is Spreading Seeds Of Knowledge About Being A Plant Based Runner

Aside from being a runner, my guest today knows her way around a kitchen to say the least.

Corine Green

Corine Green is trained as a vegan chef and has a certification in holistic nutrition.

Today we will go a few easy miles as we discuss how being a plant-based runner is not as difficult as it may seem.

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Quick Tip: Growth Only Happens Outside of Your Comfort Zone

I was listening to the Jocko Podcast this morning on my run, and he said something that really caught my attention.

He said that growth only happens when you step outside of your comfort zone.

Think about that for a minute.

Growth only happens when you go beyond what is comfortable to you.

Do you want to grow as a runner? Do you want to get faster? Run farther? Keep setting new PRs?

Then you better start getting comfortable with being uncomfortable, eh?

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