Gary Stotler is one of my new favorite people in this world.
I’m so glad that I was able to have a conversation with this incredible guy today, and I know you are going to love it.
In the past few years, Gary has made a dramatic change in his life by making small changes every day that have helped him shed weight, improve his health, and stick with it throughout his journey.
And the results are pretty obvious.
In today’s episode we talk about the changes he’s made to improve his health, how his story has impacted those around him, how personal development/self-help books helped him with the diet and exercise changes that he’s made in his life,
Here are just a few of the many highlights from my chat with Gary Stotler. Read more
Today on the show, I’m going a few easy miles with Stephanie Wattenbarger.
Like me, Stephanie has a goal to travel the country and run a race in every state. She’s definitely ahead of me at this point, so I’ve got some catching up to do ASAP!
Stephanie started running in her mid-40s, and she is determined to buck the conventional wisdom that says that after a certain age you can’t get any faster. She keeps improving her times, both in the half and full marathons, and continues to shoot for new PRs.
And after qualifying for Boston in 2014, there’s no reason to suggest that she’s going to slow down any time soon!
Here are some of the highlights of our chat. Read more
When he signed up for his first 5k, Bill Culver had no idea what he was getting himself into.
A little over a year later, he has run a lot of races, a lot of miles, and learned a lot of lessons about himself and about running in the process. While some of those lessons have been a little bit painful, both literally and figuratively, he is looking forward to using the knowledge and experiences of 2014 to help him continue to grow and improve as a runner in 2015.