QT: Sometimes a Change Really Will Do You Good

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One thing that I struggle with, more than I care to admit, is the idea of change.

We Fear Change

Shocking, I know.

Given how much I talk about routine and being a creature of habit, it’s probably not a shock to hear that I’m not really one who is looking to make a change for change’s sake.

That said, sometimes that’s exactly what needs to be done. Read more

Lee Ann Yarbor Knows the Details Matter On Race Day

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My guest today is someone who is involved with running on multiple fronts.

She’s run 52 marathons in 38 states, organized a running club, coached runners, and launched a race company in her spare time.

We will have no shortage of topics to cover as I go a few easy miles with Lee Ann Yarbor today!

Lee Ann Yarbor


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Listener Q&A: October 2023

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Before the tricks are played and the treats are handed out, let’s do a little Q&A! Read more

Dominic Grandinetti Always Has a New Challenge on the Horizon

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My guest today started running 10 years ago and is currently in year 9 of his run streak.

He quickly progressed all the way to a marathon while continually finding creative ways to challenge himself in the sport.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles today with Dominic Grandinetti.

Dominic Grandinetti

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QT: Suggestions for Running a Race in the Rain (Best Of-ish)

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This post was originally part of Episode 783 released in November of 2019 and is more or less copied and pasted from that post. The audio, however, is a new take on the topic.

When it comes to race day, there are no guarantees that the weather is going to cooperate.

And, in my experience at least, more often than not the race day weather leaves a little bit to be desired.

When it comes to the weather, there is no shortage of ways the conditions can go sideways.

  • Too hot.
  • Too cold.
  • Windy AF.
  • Raining buckets.

Dealing with bad weather is a part of racing.

You may not like it, but it’s the nature of the beast. Read more