Listener Q&A: June 2019

In case you weren’t paying attention, we are now at the midpoint of 2019.


It’s true.

6 months down, 6 months to go and 2019 will be history.

Crazy, isn’t it?

But before we shoot off fireworks and flip the calendar to July, let’s do a little Q&A, eh?

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Murray Collum Began Running For Himself and Now Has a Bigger Purpose

Murray Collum is joining me on the show to share how his running journey has affected more than just his health.

In the few short years that he has been running, Murray has shed over 100 pounds and his reason for running is now centered around a 4-year-old named Lily.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Murray Collum today.

Murray Collum

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QT: How to Handle a Poor Race Day Performance

I got an email from a podcast listener the other day with a question that she thought might be good for the next Q&A episode of the show.

This particular question, and what will inevitably turn into my long and drawn out answer, is much better suited for a QT episode.


Because it’s a common issue that I don’t think gets talked about as often, or as openly, as it should.

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Nita Sweeney Has Learned That Depression Hates a Moving Target

Nita Sweeney is joining me on the show today to discuss how running has and continues to be an incredibly powerful form of medicine.

She recently published her first book, Depression Hates a Moving Target, which is a memoir chronicling her running journey and how it impacted her.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Ms. Nita Sweeney.

Nita Sweeney


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Angie Whitworth Pace Has No Shortage of Goals and Loads of Fun

Angie Whitworth Pace will be joining me on the show today.

Her running resume is long and includes close to 150 marathon/ultra finishes, a 365-day running streak, and a Boston Marathon finish to name a few.

Clearly, we will have no shortage of topics as I go a few easy miles with Angie today.

Angie Whitworth

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