QT: Stuck Inside? How to Turn Lemons into Treadmill Lemonade


No matter how much I personally dislike running on the treadmill, I can’t deny that for some folks the treadmill is a necessary evil.

Several of the #DizRunners aren’t exactly fans of the treadmill, but due to the crazy weather this winter there are more than a few that have been logging some miles on the dreadmill.

For real though, my heart breaks for them!

That said, there are some ways you can make treadmill lemonade when you’re stuck running inside. Read more

Patsy Ramirez-Arroyo Is Taking The Ultra World By Storm


My guest today is an ultra runner that has been on the podium more than once.

Even more impressive is her ability to press on, no matter what obstacle stands in her way.

Patsy Ramirez-Arroyo

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Patsy Ramirez-Arroyo. Read more

Dr. Richard Schlenk Is Running Forward And Giving Back To His Community


My guest on the show today is no stranger to figuring out how to get as much accomplished as possible each day, both with his running and in the rest of his life.

Between being an ultra runner, father, husband, race director, and neurosurgeon his life is busy, to say the least.

Dr. Richard Schlenk

I am going a few easy miles with Richard Schlenk and hope to find out how he makes the time to do it all.

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QT: Goal Check! Are You on Track for Success This Year?


How are you doing with your 2019 goals?

As this post goes live, we are officially 7 weeks into 2019.

Earlier this week, I did a goal check in the FB group, and I thought it might be a good time to do one on the podcast/blog as well.

(And to be clear, while I’m talking about goals for 2019 in this post/episode, the same principals apply no matter when you’re listening to this episode/reading this post and no matter what your time frame happens to be.)

So, I’ll ask again, how are you doing with your goals this year? Read more

Alyson Wessells Is Leading Exercise Research With An Unusual Specimen


My guest on the show today is a scientist on the cutting edge of exercise research.

She studies the genetics of exercise using an uncommon specimen- fruit flies.

Today I will go a few easy miles with Alyson Wessells as we delve into what exciting discoveries her research may hold.

Alyson Wessells

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