Quick Tip: 7 Suggestions to Help You Keep Running for the Rest of Your Life

One of the things I’ve been doing lately over in the Facebook group is to post a quote from a previous episode of the podcast just about every day.

More often than not, the quotes that I post are words of wisdom that I’ve totally forgotten in the months/years since the conversation took place.

I can’t remember Tom dropping this wonderful pearl of wisdom, but clearly he did.

And I have to say, my goal is very much along the same lines as his.

Regardless of what my other performance goals may be, my truest priority is to be able to keep running until they put me in the ground. Read more

Deb Westergaard Found Inspiration in Living Through Every Runner’s Nightmare

Today’s guest is someone that has lived through what, for many of us, may be our worst running nightmare: being hit by a car while out on a run.

Deb Westergaard, Out on the Trails

The fallout from the whole incident inspired her to change directions professionally with a goal of helping others.

Deb Westergaard and I will go a few easy miles as she shares how a negative situation became her source of motivation.

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Prairie Fire Is Worth The Trip, According To Lacy Jaye Hansen

On today’s show, my guest and I will delve into the ins and outs about what makes one particular race so unique.

Lacy Jaye Hansen, Pacing at Prairie Fire

In addition to being a runner herself, Lacy Jaye Hansen is also a part of the team behind the Prairie Fire Marathon.

We will go a few easy miles as I get to know her better as well as talking about all things Prairie Fire.

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Quick Tip: Remember to Follow the Rules of Vacation Running

I’m officially on “vacation.”

To be honest, I’m not sure if what we are doing counts as a proper vacation or not. (I don’t think it does…)

Beks, Adi, and yours truly are taking a trip back to the homeland to visit Mama and Papa Diz back in good old Northern Michigan.

Will it be a break from work? I guess so.

But I’d struggle to call staying with family for seven days a true vacation.

I love my family, but going back “home” for seven straight days is hardly a break. Read more

Jason Bahamundi is a Plant Based Endurance Athlete That Doesn’t Compromise on Taste

My guest today is no stranger to pushing his limits having finished multiple 100-mile races and Ironman Triathlons.

Jason Bahamundi

Endurance athlete Jason Bahamundi has learned how to fuel for performance with plant a based diet.

We will go a few easy miles as he shares how healthy performance based eating can taste good too.

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