Today I’m joining fellow podcast host and runner Julia Hanlon for a few easy miles.
Julia is the host of the Running On Om podcast, which is a podcast you should definitely add to your playlist, runner, yogi, and an all around student of life.
During our chat, we talked about her experience running (but not racing) the marathon distance, spectating at the Olympic Trials, the benefits of yoga for runners, and so much more!
Here are some of the highlights of my chat with Julia Hanlon.
- Running the Boston Marathon “by accident”
- Spectating the Olympic Trials and the LA Marathon
- How she got started in yoga in how it has impacted her life
- The crossover between a regular yoga discipline and regular running
- Starting her podcast and deciding to link running and yoga
- Interviewing people on the show that are neither runners nor yogis, and that’s ok
- How podcasting has changed her
- Listening to her podcast while editing, but never again!
- Regular segments on the Running On Om podcast
- A running and writing retreat for the fall (Click for Details)
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