Mike Wardian is a beast. There really is no better way to describe him. He runs races of all distances, from 5k to 135 mile ultras, competes in races around the country and around the world, and makes time with his family a priority.
Oh yeah, and he also holds down a full time job as well. Read more
On today’s run, I’m joining Bruce Van Horn, who literally credits running with saving his life. He was in a dark place on a variety of fronts (work, relational, overweight, just unhappy), and was always looking for the next “bad thing” to happen.
That all changed when he listened to his brother’s encouraging words and started running again for the first time since being a member of the cross country team in high school.
Today I am running with Sage Canaday. Sage is an ultra-marathoner, who feels that he does better in races the longer they are. He started running long distances at a young age (qualifying for the Olympic Trials in the marathon as a 21 year old in 2007), and as he gets older her keeps pushing the distances farther and farther.
This conversation is jam-packed with lot’s of awesome stories and interesting facts about Sage, but here are a few of the highlights: Read more
On today’s run, I’m joining Jeff Kline for a few easy miles to talk about the 2700 mile run he has recently embarked upon. The run has been organized to help raise awareness about prostate cancer, and the importance of early detection to saving lives.