Kasha Speas Has Learned Lifelong Lessons By Running One Mile A Day


My guest today is one of those rare runners that belong in the streaker category.

She is closing in on 4 years of running at least a mile every day and she has no plans on stopping anytime soon.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Kasha Speas today.

Kasha Speas

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QT: Is Race Variety the Key to Your Growth as a Runner?


As you may remember, if you’ve been around these parts for awhile, I got a new guitar for Christmas a couple of years ago.

Up until that point? I’d never owned a guitar and had only dabbled on the guitars of friends a handful of times over the years.

To say I couldn’t play the guitar at all was not an understatement.

I’d always wanted to learn to play the guitar, specifically how to play Dave Matthews songs on the guitar.

So I took the plunge, bought myself a starter guitar, and dove in. Read more

Kristen Foley Always Makes Sure To Find The Fun In Fundraising


My guest today is running for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society as a part of Team in Training in her build-up to the 2020 Boston Marathon.

She’s also no stranger to Disney races, so between Team in Training and Run Disney we will have plenty to chat about!

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Kristen Foley today.

Kristen Foley

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QT: The Value of Consistency in Your Running Routine (Best Of-ish)

This post/episode was originally published in November of 2017. The following post/show notes are basically copy/pasted from the orignal post, but the audio is a new take on the subject.


Every Monday morning, I sit down at the computer and update the training plans for each of the athletes that I coach.

For whatever reason, this week it really struck how repetitive most of the plans end up being.

While I pride myself on creating unique plans for each client, once a client finds the routine that works for him or her things start to look pretty much the same week in and week out.

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Amy Spegele Envisions A World Where Everyone Can Participate In Sports


My guest today is a participant in the Run the Year Challenge, which means running 2,020 miles in 2020.

This challenge means a lot to her because it wasn’t that long ago that she couldn’t run at all!

I am looking forward to going some easy miles today with Amy Spegele.

Amy Spegele

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