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1058: JT Chestnut: Brings His Larger Than Life Persona To Everything He Does (Coming Soon!)
1057: QT: Avoid Tech Dependency (Best Of-ish): Running Tech is a Great Thing, Just Don’t Depend Upon It (Coming Soon!)
1056: Rebecca Roehm: Shed A Spotlight On Her Journey To Becoming An Ultra Marathoner (Coming Soon!)
1054: Michele Valimont: Her Crash Course In Cycling Didn’t Deter Her From Embracing The Multi-Sport World (Coming Soon!)
1052: Erik Heine: Is An Advocate For Those That Can’t Run And Helps Them Find A Way To Race (Coming Soon!)
1051: Listener Q&A May 2022: Qs on Injuries Race Day Logistics, Early Bed Times, and More
1050: Jill And Dave Henry: Co-Authored A Book On A Seemingly Simple Topic And Produced The Greatest College Health Guide
1049: QT: Running in the Summer Heat (Best Of-ish): Train Intelligently, and Safely, This Summer
1048: Bryan Greenberg: A High School Math Teacher Opened The Door To Running
1047: QT: Book Review: Ready to Run and Becoming a Supple Leopard
1046: Tim Hardy: Learned To Be A Runner During His Time In The Armed Forces Along With Learning Lessons That Would Help Him In The Ultra World
1045: QT: Reset Your Running Goals: If/When Needed, Resetting Your Goals Can Be the Right Call
1044: Steve B: Went From Kind Of Enjoying Running To Setting New And Bigger Goals
1043: Listener Q&A April 2022: Qs on Running Hills, Running Books, Running Workouts, and a Whole Lot More!
1042: Jenn Berk: Hopes To Inspire Others As A Common Runner That Can Do Uncommon Things
1041: QT: 7 Benefits of a Running Coach (Best Of-ish): Ways a Coach can Help You Reach Your Goals
1040: Laura Range: Is Working To Ensure That Trail Running Is Inclusive For All Runners Regardless Of Ability
1039: QT: Weight Loss and Running: Balancing the Two Isn’t Always as Simple as It May Seem
1038: Betsy Magato: Is Helping To Change The Way Runners Connect And Train With Charge Running
1037: QT: Scheduling a Goal Race: There’s More to Strategic Scheduling Than You Might Think
1036: Kevin Mathewson: Flipped His Mindset From One Of A Sprinter To An Ultra Runner And It Was Everything He Didn’t Know He Needed
1035: QT: Customize Your Warm-Up: Adjusting Your Warm-Up as Needed is a Good Idea
1034: Bonnie Simmons: Began Running Due To Her Health And It Unexpectedly Snowballed Into A Lifestyle
1033: Listener Q&A March 2022: Qs on Imposter Syndrome, Heart Rate Zones, Reese’s, and More
1032: Jason Martin: Chooses Races With High Failure Rates To Push His Limits
1031: QT: Return to Running (Best Of-ish): Be Strategic, and Patient, When Coming Back from an Injury
1030: Sheri Wiedenhoeft: Lives Her Life By Being Both Fearless And Smart Which Has Led Her On A Lot Of Adventures
1029: Make General Advice Your Own: Taking General Advice is Fine, Making it Your Own is Better
1028: Stephanie Crook: Found Fitness As An Adult Shortly Before Being Diagnosed With MS But Isn’t Giving Up What She Loves
1027: QT: Effort v Pace: Which Should You Prioritize During You Hard Workouts?
1026: Amy Margolis: Thrives On Variety In Sports And That Variety Has Made Her A Stronger Athlete
1025: Listener Q&A February 2022: Qs on Running While Niggled, Strength Training, MAF Tests and More
1024: Ty Godwin: Learning To Live With Covid And Give Up Running Isn’t Something He’s Willing To Live With
1023: QT: Post-Race Recovery (Best Of-ish): How Much Time Do You Need to Take Off After a Big Race
1022: Dawn Lisenby: Discovered Her Passion As A Race Director And As A Coach, Which Allows Her To Give Back To The Community She Loves
1021: QT: Be Patient if You’re Off Pace: Off to a Slow Start? No Need to Rush to Catch Up Most of the Time
1020: Amy Mangueira 2.0: Her Big Plans To Complete The World Majors Got Derailed, But She’s Back On Track And Stronger Than Ever
1019: QT: Bucking Conventional Wisdom: Just Because It’s Conventional, Doesn’t Mean It’s the Only Way
1018: Shane Weigand: Found A Unique Running Partner When He Discovered The World Of Pack Burro Racing
1017: Listener Q&A January 2022: Qs on the Winter Olympics, Cold Weather Running, First 26.2, and More
1016: Sonia Rita: Had A Choice To Make When Her Child Was Faced With Cancer And She Chose To Remain Hopeful And Run On Optimism
1015: QT: Ideal Time for Strength Training (Best Of-ish): The Best Time for Doing Strength Training is…
1014: Elizabeth De Luca: MS Was Personal A Decade Before She Was Diagnosed
1013: QT: Running Through a Niggle: Tips to Keep a Niggle from Turning Into a Proper Injury
1012: Kelly Irving: Didn’t Let An MS Diagnosis Stop Her From Embracing Her Journey
1011: QT: 2022 Goals: Set the Right Goals for You in the New Year
1010: Susan Schenbeg: Ultra Running Has Brought Out Her Inner Strength Which Was Buried Under Comfort
1009: Listener Q&A December 2021: Qs on 2022, New Challenges, Holiday Traditions, and More
1008: Goldie Van Horn: Wanted A New Challenge And Found That Running Gave Her That And So Much More
1007: QT: Outdoor Cold Weather Running (Best Of-ish): Tips to Make Winter Running a Little More Comfortable
1006: Jasmine Lozano: Living A Life Without Fear Of Failure Has Shattered Her Perceived Limitations
1005: QT: Stay on Track During the Holidays (Best Of-ish): When Life Gets Crazy, Keep Your Training on the Rails
1004: Keith West: Had A Health Scare That Nearly Took His Life But Now He’s Back To Doing What He Loves
1003: QT: Set Yourself Up for Success: With New Goals Coming for the New Year, Tilt the Odds of Success in Your Favor
1002: Steven Sashen: Is Simplifying The Way People Think About What Goes On Their Feet
1001: QT: Prepare for the Worst: Being Prepared Limits the Mental Stress of the Less-Than-Ideal on Race Day
1000: Lauren Jones: Is Working Towards Creating Her Dream Of A Full-Service Trail Shop That Is Also A Community In Itself
999: Listener Q&A November 2021: Qs on Thanksgiving Food Favs, Christmas Movies, Apple Pie, and Much More
998: Adam Hughes: When He Isn’t Running Ultras, He Is Connecting With Runners On His Podcast
997: QT: Thanksgiving Running (Best Of-ish): Reminder for Those Running Turkey Trots this Year
996: DJ Butz: Runs While Pushing His Mother-In-Law In An Effort To Someday Find A Cure For MS
995: QT: Making Long Runs a Little Easier: Make Your Long Runs a Bit Less Daunting
994: Scott Rogers: Finds His Joy And His Limits On The Trails
993: QT: Take an Off-Season: For Many Runners, an Off-Season Could Be Key to Massive Growth
992: Tim Cigelske: Has Earned His Title Of The Beer Runner In Both His Personal And Professional Lives
991: Listener Q&A October 2021: This Month’s Qs Cover Race Day Strategy, New Shoes, Christmas Lists, and More
990: Mike Samuels: Made The Unlikely Decision To Switch From Power Lifting To Ultra Running Shedding Stereotypes In The Process
989: QT: Silence Your Inner Hater (Best Of-ish): Silencing Your Negative Self-Talk is Huge
988: Julie Burke: Can’t Run From MS But That Won’t Stop Her From Trying
987: QT: Treadmill Tips Part III: Accurate Running Data and Treadmill Purchasing Considerations
986: Rich Stein: Is Approaching 10 Years Of Living With MS And He Is Showing Himself And Others What Is Possible
985: QT: Treadmill Tips Part II: Treadmill Workouts and Minimizing Injury Risk
984: Celia Eicheldinger: Is Traversing The AT In An Unconventional Way For A Cause Bigger Than Herself
983: QT: Treadmill Tips Part I: Some Ways to Make Treadmill Running a Bit Less Boring
982: Elizabeth Wilson: Has A Current Run Streak Of 6 Years With No Plans On Stopping Anytime Soon
981: Listener Q&A September 2021: Qs Covering Race Day Tips, Taper Crazies, Halloween Costumes, and More
980: Chris Winn: Gave Running A Second Chance And Hasn’t Looked Back
979: QT: Running in the Dark (Best Of-ish): Stay Safe While Running Before the Sun Rises/After It Sets
978: Eddie Robbins: Picked Up Running At Age 54 As A Result Of Being Sick And Tired Of Being Sick And Tired
977: QT: Keep It Simple: Overcomplicating Things Seldom Yields Improved Results
976: Ana Robbins: Strayed From The Conventional And Signed Up For 100 Miles As Her First Race On Her One Year Anniversary Of Running
975: QT: Factors that Increase HR: Struggling to Keep Your HR Down? Don’t Overlook These Factors
974: Melinda Perea: An Unexpected Diagnosis Taught Her To Embrace The Unknown While Not Letting Fear Hold Her Back
973: Listener Q&A: August 2021: Qs on Training for Multiple Races Simultaneously, Mantras, Jerky, and More
972: Linda Clarke: Is A Natural Coach And Is Inspiring Others To Find The Runner Within
971: QT: Every Run has a Purpose (Best Of-ish): A Varied Training Diet is a Good Thing
970: Chris Whitney: Literally Went The Distance In Support Of A Disease That Hits Close To Home
969: QT: It’s OK to Take a Break: Sometimes a Break from Running is Required
968: Regan Zuege: An Unexpected Diagnosis Has Provided Inspiration To Explore Her Physical Limits
967: QT: Trust Yourself: More Often Than Not, You Know the “Right” Answer
966: Rob Rueff: Strategy Is The Common Denominator When It Comes To His Biggest Passions
965: Listener Q&A July 2021: Qs on Favorite Childhood Movies, Running Gear, the Olympics, and More
964: Floris Gierman: Found A Way To Turn His Passion For All Things Running Into A Multifaceted Career
963: QT: Running on Vacation (Best Of-ish): Things to Keep in Mind if You Plan to Run on Vacation
962: Pete Coser: Embraces Running As A Way To Celebrate His Native American Heritage
961: HR Training Progress Report: Reflecting on 3.5 Years of Heart-Rate Training
960: Ellen Campbell: Running Helped Her Navigate A Dark Period And Emerge On The Other Side
958: Ben Lamers: Is A Not Too Serious Guy With Some Serious Running Times
957: QT: Increasing Your Long Run Distance: Tips to Get Over the Hump When Adding Distance to Your Long Runs
956: Sara Kedge: Relies On Running To Help Focus Her Entrepreneurial Mind And Spirit
955: Listener Q&A: June 2021: Qs on Nutrition, First Marathons, Donuts, Ice Cream, and More
954: Jeff Yannarell: Running Progression Is All About Developing Self-Awareness
953: QT: Don’t Stop Your Watch Mid-Run: Leave Your Watch On When You Get a Drink, Use the Bathroom, or Wait for Traffic
952: Ches Hutchinson: Gives His All Whether For A Fundraising Goal Or Chasing PR’s
951: QT: Spice Up Your Hill Workouts: Add Some Variety to Your Hill Workouts
950: Phil Pinti: When Faced With A Tragic Loss He Chose To Keep Going
949: QT: Salt and Why More May Be Better: Are You Taking in Enough Salt in Your Diet?
948: Andrew Neill Nunez: He Found His Hidden Talent When Injury Forced Him To Embrace Cycling
947: Listener Q&A May 2021: Qs on First Marathons, Sweating, Potato Chips, and More
946: Sasha Wolff: Founded Still I Run As A Platform For Raising Mental Health Awareness
945: QT: Start-of-Race Pacing: Have a Strategy in Place to Avoid Going Out Too Fast
944: Dylan Roche: Has Found That His Career As An Author Often Mirrors His Passion For Running
943: Crowdsourcing Running Advice: It’s a Great Way to Learn, but Not All Advice is Right for You
942: Ashley Schneider: Hand-Selects a Team Each Year To Run Across The U.S. While Raising Money And Awareness For The Fight To End MS
941: Overlooked Tips for Summer Running: 3 Tips Not Often Talked About for Running in the Heat
940: Cory Robinson: Running Has Become Less Of A Solo Endeavor And More Of A Family Affair
939: Listener Q&A April 2021: Qs on My Obvious Hypocrisy, MAF Tests, Bacon, and Much More
938: Jill Angie: Empowering Plus Size Women To Embrace Running And Claim Their Spot At Any Start Line
937: Planning Workouts During Races (Best Of-ish): A Full Race Schedule This Year? Run Some Races as Workouts
936: Suzanne Sawyer-Burris: Is Fundraising For A Cause Close To Her Heart In The Only Way She Knows How- By Covering The Miles
935: QT: How Shoes Impact Foot Health: Your Shoes, Both Running and Non-Running, Impact Your Foot Health
934: Jo Boylan-Kemp: Is Committed To Running A 10k Per Day For A Year To Raise Funds And Awareness For Mental Health
933: QT: Foot Health for Runners: Addressing the Health of Your Feet is a Good Idea for Any Runner
932: Brooke Holt: Running Helped Her Embrace What Her Body Is Capable Of And Manage Her Eating Disorder
931: QT: Building the Right Team: Running May Be a Solo Sport, But Having the Right Team May Pay Dividends
930: Daniel Strauss: Is Improving The Running Lives Of Countless People With A Running Gait Analysis
929: Listener Q&A March 2021: This Month’s Qs Cover Sweet Treats, Strides, Races, Shoes, and Much More!
928: Scott Riecke: This Ordinary Marathoner Is Changing Lives In Not So Ordinary Ways Through His Foundation
927: QT: Running with Seasonal Allergies (Best Of-ish): Possible Ways to Diminish Allergy Symptoms
926: Martin Pasternak: The OCR World Turned His Life Around And Led Him To His Biggest Challenge Yet
925: A Strategic Spring of Running: Coming Out of Winter Stragically Can Produce a Great Year
924: Martha Theirl: Is Passionate About Helping Her Patients Be Resilient To The Finish
923: A Return to Racing is Coming: A Few Things to Keep in Mind as We Return to Racing
922: John Pitzel: Has Found A Way To Intertwine His Loves Of Both Running And Fencing
921: Listener Q&A February 2021: Qs on heart rate training, sitcoms, treadmill running, and more!
920: Karen Schlueter-Morland: Shares Her Love of Running, Food, And All Things Life in Her Blog Avocado Runners
919: QT: Flexibility is a Good Thing (Best Of-ish): Being Flexible with Your Running is Often a Necessity
918: Rob Jones: When His Running Progress Went In Reverse, He Stripped Down And Began To Rebuild Stronger
917: QT: Running Easy and Uncomfortable: Spur Growth by Being Uncomfortable While Still Running Easy
916: Shelly Brazelle: Focuses On The Good Stories And Good Times That She Gets Through Running
915: QT: Planning for a Return to Racing: Prepare for Upcoming Races Strategically Coming Out of the Pandemic
914: Danielle Barker: Relies On Her Endurance Not Only For Running But For Raising Her 5 Kids As Well
913: Listener Q&A January 2021: Qs on Running Shows, Recovery Tactics, My Detroit Lions, and More!
912: Nita Sweeney 2.0: Back For Round Two And How She Is Learning To Embrace Becoming An Accidental Mental Health Advocate
911: QT: Too Cold to Run: Stay in and Make Progress When Outdoor Running is a No Go
910: Melody Dow: Shocked Herself By Becoming A Runner And Now It’s Part Of Who She Is
909: QT: Refreshing Your Memory: Lots to Learn by Revisiting Topics Multiple Times
908: Jackie Karenbauer: Chose Running For Its Convenience And Stayed For The Mental And Physical Benefits
907: QT: How You Start Matters: Set Yourself Up for Success With the Right Start
906: Andy Blow: Is The Resident Sweat Expert And The Founder Of Precision Hydration
905: QT: Goal Setting for 2021: Setting the Right for You Goals Makes a Big Difference
904: Ava Martinez: Was Tricked Into Liking Running And It Was The Best Thing That Could Have Happened
903: Listener Q&A: December 2020: Your Qs on Goals for 2021, Controversial Opinions, Christmas Cookies, and More
902: Steve Turner: Found A Way To Channel His Addictive Personality Through Running And Turned His Life Around
901: QT: Winter Running Without Slipping (Best Of-ish): Stay Upright While Running on Icy Roads this Winter
900: A Meeting Of The Masterminds: 3 Coaches Give A Sneak Peek On A Weekly Session
899: QT: Overcoming Overtraining Syndrome: How to Balance the Work/Recovery Ratio
898: Thessaly Nicolaysen: Has Found Success Using Unconventional Training And Racing Strategies
897: QT: Identifying Overtraining Syndrome: How Do You Know if You May Be Overdoing It?
896: Chris Short: It Took Several Decades And a 100 Pound Weightloss Before He Fell In Love With Running
895: Listener Q&A November 2020: Qs on Thanksgiving, Overtraining, 2021 Goals, and More
894: Kerri Nelson: Reframes Her Disability As An Ability With No Limitations
893: QT: Surviving the End of Year Madness (Best Of-ish): Keep Your Head Above the Water This Holiday Season
892: Karen Anderson: Is Proof That Age Doesn’t Have To Define Your Running
891: QT: Is It Worth It: Good, Bad, and Ugly on Feetures Elite Socks and the Freetrain V1 Vest
890: Shawn Vincent: Channeled His Passion For Running Towards Creating A Healthier Community
889: QT: Stay Healthy During Cold and Flu Season: Play Both Offense and Defense to Lower the Odds of Getting Sick
888: Jason Dennis: Went Outside Of His Comfort Zone In Both Work And Wellness And Found A New Side Of His Faith (Coming Soon!)
887: Listener Q&A October 2020: Qs on Foam Rolling, Long Run Options, Halloween Shenanigans and More!
886: Jerry Przywara: Views His Journey To Better Health As A Marathon Rather Than A Sprint
885: QT: Are Sports Drinks Enough (Best Of-ish): Can You Get All the Fuel You Need from Liquids?
884: Hildee Weiss: This Mom Of Five Embraced The Athlete She Never Knew Was In Her
883: QT: The Athlete’s Gut: Understanding the Digestive Process Can Help You Make Better Fueling Decisions
882: Bill Featherston: Actively Tried To Avoid Running And Was Surprised By What Happened When He Embraced The Sport
881: QT: Nutrition Beyond the Run: It’s Not All About Mid-Run Nutrition
880: Rick Lind: After Two Decades Away From Running He Embraced The New Runner He Has Become
879: QT: Mid-Run Nutrition: Thoughts/Suggestions for Fueling During a Run/Race
878: Corinne Milligan: Uses Running As Her Way To See The World
877: Listener Q&A September 2020: Qs on Heel Spurs, Gut Bombs, Off-Seasons and More!
876: Gary Joe Collins: Found a Cause Bigger Than Himself Is What Motivates Him Each and Every Day
875: Getting Uncomfortable Promotes Growth (Best Of-ish): Want to Grow as a Runner? Get Out of Your Comfort Zone
874: Sharon Babineau: Learned A Lot About Herself By Running Bereaved
873: QT: Calling an Audible: On Occasion, Adjusting Your Training on the Fly is Required
872: Martin Underwood: Shares His New Runner Perspective And How To Embrace Identifying As A Runner
871: QT: Stay Consistent in the Pandemic: Suggestion to Keep Training Without Races Happening
870: Brian Walker: Learned How To Manage His Anxiety Both In Life And In Races
869: Listener Q&A August 2020: Qs on Nose Breathing, Mantras, My Guitar Prowess, and More!
868: Ryan James Cloke: What Running Has Meant To Him Has Changed Over The Years, But What Hasn’t Changed Is His Dedication To Each Goal
867: QT: Your Non-Running Shoes Matter (Best Of-ish): Some Running Issues are Related to the Shoes You Wear When You’re NOT Running
866: Katie Bouton: Lost Over 100 Pounds And Learned To Believe In Herself
865: QT: Get Out of Your Own Way: Stop Making Your Own Success More Difficult
864: Katie Spotz: Would Rather Experience Failure, Than Live a Lifetime With Regret
863: QT: Running After Injury: Tips to Help Avoid Reinjury After Recovering from an Injury
862: Cortney Berling: Subscribes To The Idea That If You Eat Well You Will Perform Better
861: Listener Q&A July 2020: Your Q’s on Trail Running, Books/Movies, Overtraining and More!
860: Diana Angstadt: Running Has Been Her Lifeline While Also Raising Awareness For PTSD
859: QT: It’s Seldom That Bad (Best Of-ish): Try Not to Overreact to a Bad Run/Race
858: Eric Deeter: Relies On an Ultra Marathon Mindset To Achieve His Goals On And Off the Trails
857: Grading Yourself Harshly: Setting a High Standard Can Lead to Serious Growth
856: Michaela Young: Is A Mama Athlete That Embraces Herself As An Imperfect Runner
855: Lessons Learned During Covid-19: What Have You Learned During the Pandemic
854: Lindsay Wasserman: Is A Dual Threat When It Comes To Injury Prevention
853: QT: Reset Your 2020 Goals: After a Crazy First Half of the Year, New Goals May be a Good Idea
852: Sanjay Rawal: Documented The Transformation That Occured In Runners Over The Course Of 3100 Miles
851: Listener Q&A June 2020: Your Qs on Trail Running, Electrolytes, Ice Cream, and More
850: Frank Campo: Fell Into The Coaching World And It Changed His Life
849: QT: Little Dogs (Best Of-ish): Little Dogs are Easy to Correct, So are Little Niggles
848: Jeffrey Binney 2.0: His Newly Released Documentary, “Once Is Enough,” provides a healthy dose of laughs and reality
847: QT: Worry About Your Own Self: Mind Your Business and Focus on What You’re Doing
846: Liz Warner: Is Bringing Positive Change To Each Country That She Runs In
845: QT: Longest Long Run Pre-Race: There is No Set Distance You Must Run to Be Ready
844: Joe Randene: Went From Not Running To Being The Heart Of His Local Running Community
843: Listener Q&A May 2020: Your Qs on Strength Training, Cocktails, Travel Plans, and More
842: Keri Mandell: This Iron Yogi Embraces Pushing Her Body And Mind To The Limits
841: QT: Summer Running Amalgamation: Tips, Tricks, and Reminders for Running This Summer
840: Nic Hodges: Consistently Goes Outside Her Comfort Zone And Routinely Finds Success
839: QT: Shoe Rotation: Does Rotating Your Shoes Really Matter?
838: Kasha Speas: Running One Mile Every Day Has The Power To Change Anyone
837: QT: Benefits of Race Variety: Running Different Race Distances can Pay Off in a Big Way
836: Kristen Foley: Fundraising While Training Doesn’t Have To Be Daunting And It Can Actually Be Fun
835: QT Value of Consistency (Best Of-ish): Doing Basically the Same Thing, Over Time, Works Wonders
834: Amy Spegele: Martial Arts And Running Have More In Common Than Meets The Eye And Anyone Can Do Them
833: Listener Q&A April 2020: Qs on Shoe Retirement, Inseams, Cadbury Eggs, and More
832: Rik Zortman: Has Found A Creative Outlet That Involves His Running And GPS Tracking
831: QT: Mid-Run Fueling Options: There is So Much More than Gels Available to Keep You Going
830: Dr. Rebecca Smith: Is One PT That Will Never Tell Her Clients To Stop Running
829: QT: The Mental Finish Line: Is Your Brain Causing You to Cut Your Runs Short?
828: Tammy Giberson: Is Chronicling Her Random Thoughts On Running And In Life
827: QT: Stress is Stress is Stress (Best Of-ish): To Your Body, All Stress is the Same
826: Brodie Sharpe 2.0: Is Unveiling The Universal Principles To Overcoming Any Injury
825: Listener Q&A March 2020: Qs on Peanut Butter, Race Cancellations, Easter Candy and More
824: Jason Marcucilli: Is Dispelling Strength Training Myths For Runners While Also Educating
822: Jenn Reichle: Combined Her Passions For Disney and Running To Find Improved Mental Health
821: QT: Diz’s Law of Accumulated Fatigue: Managing Fatigue is Kind of Important
820: Amanda Brooks 2.0: A Blogger, Coach, and Most Recently An Author Loves the “Average” Runners
819: QT: Plyometrics 101: Can Runners Benefit from Plyometric Exercises?
818: Maria Papalia-Meier: Lost Her Toes and Nearly Her Life Yet Still Came Back To Running
817: Listener Q&A February 2020: Qs on Speed Work, Grade Adjusted Pace, and Much More
816: Paul Ronto: Joined With RunRepeat To Research The State Of Ultra Running
815: QT: What Got You Here May Not Get You There (Best Of-ish) Your Training May Need to Evolve Over Time
814: David Mutnick: Came Full Circle With His Running Journey
813: Non-Running Causes of Running Injuries: Injured? Running May Not Be the Problem
812: David Dushkin: Reclaimed His Life While Making A Difference
811: QT: One Marathon Per Month: Lessons Learned After Running 13 Marathons in 2019
810: Kelsey Keil: Is Running For A Cause To Give Others A Chance To Live
809: Listener Q&A: Taking Qs on the Pain Cave, Cutback Weeks, Lactate Threshold, and More!
808: Ray Magana: Is A Run Disney Veteran With Tips On How To Embrace The Experience
807: QT: Charity Running + Lessons Learned: My Goofy Challenge/Team in Training Experience
806: Shaun Penrod: Is Connecting Runners With Experts At A Can’t Miss Retreat
805: QT: Post-Race Recovery Tips: Get Back to Running Sooner After Your Next Race
804: Stephanie Dannenberg: Discovers More Of Herself The Farther She Goes
802: Matt Krul: Focuses On The Details In Everything He Does
801: QT: Utilize External Accountability: Tell Someone What You’re Going to Do, Then Do It!
800: Kristin Gordon: Will Always Find Her Way Back To Running
799: Listener Q&A December 2019: Your Qs related to holiday treats, burnout, and more!
798: Cole Bensinger: Running Has Benefitted More Than Just His Health
796: Shana Miller: Merged Her Passions To Create A Business She’s Proud Of
795: QT: Success Starts Beneath the Surface: What You Don’t See Matters. A Lot.
794: Jon Ornee: Knows Firsthand That Life Is Too Short To Not Live It
793: QT: Prioritize Your Running: If Running is a Form of Self-Care, Then Running is Vital
792: Dean Karnazes: His Unique Path To Becoming The Ultra Marathon Man
791: Listener Q&A November 2019: Your Qs on Race Day Jams, Training on Hills, and Much More!
790: Trish Barry Borboa: The Fear Of Re-Injury Is Just As Real As The Injury Itself
789: QT: Take Time to Be Thankful: Don’t Forget to Count Your Blessings
788: Dr. Kyle Bowling: Making Recovery Fool-Proof and Affordable
787: QT: Holiday Food Tight Rope: You Can Indulge While Staying on Track this Holiday Season
786: Kate White: Every Mile Brings a Cure One Step Closer
785: QT: Using the Right Recovery Tools: Not All Recovery Tools are Work the Same
784: Morgan Hawkins: Uses Her Bad Experiences To Push Her Forward And Make Her Better
783: QT: Racing in the Rain: Suggestions for Racing in Less than Ideal Conditions
782: Terry Hamlin: Bridging Gaps And Connecting Runners
781: Listener Q&A October 2019: Your Qs on My Poison, Pre-Race Dos/Don’ts, Bad Candy, and More
780: Brandon Wood: Cold Weather And Long Distances Shouldn’t Be Feared
779: My Take: 2019 Cannonball Marathon: The Good, the Bad, and the Meh
778: Samantha Wood: Unlocking The Key To Your Best Running Form
777: QT: The Value of Taking Breaks: Taking Breaks to Refresh, Physically and Mentally, is Important
776: Matt Coriell: Running Through The Darkness To Find Healing
775: QT: Pursue Progress Not Perfection: When Life Happens, Something is Better Than Nothing
774: Martin Schneekloth: The Bigger The Challenge The Bigger The Appeal
773: Listener Q&A: September 2019: Listener Qs on Sexy Specs, Salty Sweat, Ice Baths, and More
772: Alison Heilig: Working Towards Creating More Durable Runners
771: QT: Being a Considerate Runner: Don’t Accidentally Be Inconsidearte to Your Fellow Runners
770: John Rigney: A Charity Runner With No Shortage Of Ideas
769: QT: Surviving a Perfect Storm: Making it Work When Running and Life Get Crazy
768: David Theriot: From 0.0 To 200 Miles And Beyond
767: QT: Many Benefits of Yoga: There are Actually Many Benefits of Yoga for Runners
766: Nancy Cook: A Cancer Diagnosis Didn’t Slow Her Down
765: Listener Q&A August 2019: Qs on Beards, Cross-Training, Pop-Tarts, Diet, and More!
764: Ila Allen: An Ultra Runner Only Getting Better With Age
763: QT: Adding Doubles to the Mix: Tips for Running Twice on the Same Day
762: Cliff Pittman: A Coach With A Focus On Midset
761: Keep Your Route Fresh: Running the Same Route Often? Some Ideas Keep It Fresh
760: Jodi Stoner: Exemplifies What The Running Community Is About
759: QT: Updated Product Reviews: Some New Thoughts on Past Reviews
758: Laura Parson: Run Across USA FKT Attempt For Charity
757: QT: Pay Attention to Your Numbers: How Often do You Track Your Progress by the Numbers?
756: Pamela Torres: Has 161 Reasons To Run For More Than Herself
755: Listener Q&A July 2019: Taking Qs on Summer Nutrition, Potty Emergencies, and More!
754: Eric Thuemmel: Is Fostering A Love Of Running For Local Youth
753: QT: Create a Pre-Run System: How to Get Out the Door Without Getting Distracted
752: Chris Ward: Has Found Adventure and Himself In Multi-Day Stage Races
750: Mary Johnson (Best Of): No Shame on Race Day, No Matter What
749: Gene (Best Of): One of My Best Interviews Ever about Running and Recovery
748: QT: Raise Floor to Raise Ceiling: Stop Starting From Square One Every Race (Best Of-ish)
747: Mirna Valerio (Best Of): Ultra Runner and All Around Badass
746: 5 Years of Diz Runs Radio: Looking Back on the First 5 Years of the Show
745: QT: All Roads Lead to Rome: Pick a Path and Stick With It! (Best Of-ish)
744: Listener Q&A June 2019: Qs on Group Run Etiquette, Treadmills, Being a “Real” Runner, and More!
743: Murray Collum: Began Running For Himself and Now Has a Bigger Purpose
742: QT: Handling a Poor Race: After a Less-Than-Ideal Race, How Do You Bounce Back?
741: Nita Sweeney: Has Learned that Depression Hates a Moving Target
740: Angie Whitworth Pace: Has No Shortage of Goals and Loads of Fun
739: QT: Best Speed Workout: Is There a “Best” Speed Workout for Runners
738: Chris and Christine Walsh: Are Entrepreneurs With a Big Vision
737: Jeff Fleming: Has Found His Joy and His Community While On The Trails
736: QT: Strength Training FAQs Vol 3: Do’s and Don’t’s About Strength Training for Runners
735: Anna Landry: Loves Talking All Things Obstacle Course Racing
734: Gina Johnson: Relied On Running To Help Her Through Dark Times
733: QT: Heart Rate Variability for Runners: Do You Measure Your HRV? Should You?
732: Listener Q&A May 2019: Qs Covering Trail Running, Mental Struggles, and More
731: Brandon Yonke: Always Finds His Way Back To the Trails
730: QT: Summer Running Tips: Stay Safe Running in the Heat/Humidity
729: Tere Zacher 2.0: Uses Her Positive Attitude To Make Big Strides In Her Career
728: Eric Wilden: Discovered How Meditation and Running Can Work Together
726: MK Fleming: In The Business Of Protecting Fitness with her company Fitness Protection Program
725: Tyler Christensen: Took Control Of His Life Through Running, established After the Run
724: QT: Overcoming Insanity: When More of the Same Won’t Do, Try Working Smarter
723: Chuck Van Duzee (Best Of): After 356 Marathons, He’s Still Going Strong
722: Danielle Radden: Reminding Runners About the Importance of Fun
721: QT: Your Body is an Ecosystem: Anything that Effects You May Impact Your Running
720: Dr. Anthony Fleg: Running Medicine: Improving Health and Creating Community
719: Listener Q&A April 2019: Qs on Hot Dogs, Fictional Characters, Speed Work, and More
718: QT: Strenght Training FAQ Vol 2: Common Strenght Training Myths Busted
717: Erica Weitz: College Walk-On to Olympic Trials Qualifier, Running Coach
716: Kandi Newkirk: Director of Race Operation at wear blue: run to remember
715: QT: 2019 Boston Marathon: Takeaways from Watching This Year’s Race
714: Lisa Pozzoni: Running Coach, Chi Running Instructor Focusing on Good Form
713: Michael Miller: Want to Run with the Tarahumara? He’s Setting it Up!
712: QT: Is It Worth It? Reviews of the Orange Mud Transition Wrap and CTM Band
711: Jenny Nakamura: Road or Trail, Long or Loner, This Woman Loves a Good Race
710: Pamela Weir: Running on Trails is Good for Her Mind, Body, and Soul
709: QT: Responding to Opportunity: When in Doubt, Is It Best to Say Yes?
708: Lindsey Cope: After Drifting Away from Running for a Bit, She’s Back
707: Chris Wehrman: Former Elite Runner, Now Coach and Co-Creator of RunBetter App
706: QT: Are Shakeout Runs Helpful: Does a Shakeout Run Really Matter?
705: Listener Q&A March 2019: This Month’s Qs Include Heart Rate, Hills, and Tacos
704: Mike Swinger 2.0: PT Helping Runners Stay Healthy with His New Book Runner’s Fix
703: QT: Strength Training FAQ Vol 1: Answers to Common Strength Training Questions
702: Jessica Jones: Prepping for the World Marathon Challenge at the Mainly Marathons
701: Crystal Shinosky: Living Proof You can Still Get Faster While Running Ultras
700: QT: Just Get Started: The Key to Hitting the 700 Episodes Milestone is Starting
699: Menachem Brodie: Instead of Quitting Due to Injuries, He’s Working on Fixing the Problems
698: Alex Hutchinson: Diving Into, and Explaining, the Actual Science of Our Sport
697: QT: What is an Active Recovery: Active Recovery is a Good Thing, But What is It?
696: Rob Steger: From Non-Runner to 200+ Miler in a Handful of Years
695: Nate Loman: Using Races as a Way to Train in a Variety of Events Works for Him
694: QT: Focus on What You Can Control (Best Of-ish): Can’t Control It? Don’t Worry About It
693: Listener Q&A February 2019: Talking ultras, Altras, Cadbury Eggs, and more!
692: Sasha Yazzie: Navajo, Soon to be Marathoner, Future American Ninja Warrior
691: QT: Making Treadmill Lemonade: Stuck on the Treadmill, Use it to Your Advantage
690: Patsy Ramirez-Arroyo: Ultra Runner Overcame a Hurricane and Cancer
689: Dr. Richard Schlenk: Neurosurgeon, Race Director, Ultra Runner, Husband, Father
688: QT: Do a Regular Goald Check: Check In on Your Progress Regular to Stay on Track
687: Alyson Wessells: Scientist Studying Genetic Effects of Exercise
686: Bobby Crim: 50 Years of Running Experience, Stories, and Perspective
685: QT: Stop Striving for Balance: Balance is Unnatural, So Embrace the Ebbs and Flows
684: Justin Horneker: Fellow Podcaster, Running Coach, and Former Collegiate Runner
683: Jennifer Jamison: No Matter What Life Throws in Her Path, She Keeps on Keeping On
682: My Take: Big Beach Marathon: My Thoughts After Running This Race
681: Listener Q&A January 2019: Qs on Coffee, Cold Weather, Shoe Rotations, and More!
680: Frieda Edgette: Empowering Women to Have the Courage to Run
679: QT: Have Fun Chasing Big Goals: When Chasing a Long-Term Goal, Enjoy Yourself
678: Haley Duke: Motherhood, Running, Keto, and More
677: Nikki and David Harvey: Husband and Wife Team Always Supporting Each Other
676: Price of Procrastination: As Runners, We Can’t Afford to Procrastinate with Our Training
675: Scott Frasard: Triathlete/Endurance Athlete with a Heart for Helping Animals
674: Katie Fuller: Five Year Streaker With No Plans to Take a Day Off
673: QT: Does Cadence Really Matter: Should You Worry About It or Forget It?
672: Nicole Stirling: 366 Straight Days of Running Was Enough to Get Her Hooked on the Sport
671: Amy Mangueira: After Running NYC, She’s Now Chasing a Big 26.2 Goal
670: QT: Plan for the Obstacles in Your Path: Don’t Wait for the Inevitable Obstacles to Arrive
669: Liz Ferro: CEO of Girls With Sole, 50 State Marathoner, Badass
668: Listener Q&A December 2018: Qs on Heart Rate Training, Strength Training, and More
667: QT: It’ OK to Change Your Mind: If Your Goals Aren’t Serving You Let Them Go (Best Of-ish)
666: QT: Patience is Definitely a Virtue: There are No Quick Fixes (Best Of-ish)
665: QT: When to Start Training for a Race: Hint: Start Earlier Than You Think (Best Of-ish)
664: QT: Setting the Right Goals: It Doesn’t Happen by Accident
663: QT: Look Back Before Looking Foward: Learning from the Past is Invaluable
662: Verna Volker: Shining the Light on Fellow Native American Runners
661: QT: One Year of Heart Rate Training: My Thoughts After a Year of Running Easy
660: Jeff MacBane: Nearly Life-Long Running, Still Changing as He Goes
659: Lisa Braden: Registered Dietician, No One-Size-Fits-All Dietary Guidelines
658: QT: Intermittent Fasting and Distance Running: Yes, IF Can Work for Distance Runners
657: Mike Clark: His Passion for Running Led to Him Starting a Race Company
656: Alli Felsenthal: A Dramatic Career Change was Inspired by Running her First Marathon
655: QT: Don’t Forget Your Other Side: When Dealing With a Niggle, Address Both Sides
654: Listener Q&A November 2018: Nutrition, Random Aches/Pains, and Much More!
653: Stephanie Xamin: Running Coach that Believes in the Benefits of Strength Training
652: QT: How to Stay on Track: When Life Gets Crazy, Stay on Track with Your Training
651: Derek Murphy: The founder and chief investigator at MarathonInvestigation.com
650: Nicole Wade: Left a 20+ Year Career to Go Full Time as a Running Coach
649: QT: Is It Worth It? Product Review of Gear Top Gloves, XO Skin Socks, and Arm Warmers
648: Cassie Bryant: Self-Proclaimed Fat Girl, Now on Fire After Loosing More Than 125 lbs
647: Thomas Paquette 2.0: Quite the 2018, With Races Run and Lessons Learned
646: QT: Race Day Nerves: Controlling Your Race Day Nerves Isn’t as Hard as You Might Think
645: Aaron Iles: Ran His First Ultra at 16 and Hasn’t Stopped Running Them Since
644: Sarah Scozzaro: A Freak Injury has Only Made Her Appreciate Running That Much More
643: QT: How Much Should You Eat on Race Day? Is Too Much Fuel as Bad as Not Having Enough
642: Listener Q&A October 2018: Qs on Halloween Costumes, Racing Shorter Distances, and More
641: Julia Lipeles: Ultra Runner Getting Ready for Her First 200-Miler
640: My Take: The 7 Bridges Marathon: My Thoughts After Running This Race
639: Burcu Mirza: Saved a Life via DKMS, Now Running NYC as Part of the DKMS Team
638: Steve Page: Not One to Back Down from a Challenge, He’s Eyeing an Epic Adventure
637: My Take: The Prairie Fire Marathon: My Thoughts After Experiencing This Race
636: Charlee Crouse: Fighting the Fight Against Blood Cancer at Work and on Race Day
635: Julia Chi Taylor 3.0: She Ran Across Spain Barefoot, Picked Up a Few Stories Along the Way
634: QT: Truth About Lactic Acid 2.0: Revisiting What Lactic Acid Does ( and Does Not) Cause
633: Denise Sauriol: Fell in Love With Running and Hasn’t Looked Back Since
632: Rachel Frutkin: Running Coach and Proponent of All-Around Healthy Living
631: QT: Stop Comparing Your Today to Your Yesterday: Look Forward, Not Into the Past
630: Tayte Pollmann: Nike Elite Trail Runner, Encouraging More Kids to Take to the Trails
629: Derek Boutang: Running a Marathon in Every State, Province, and Territory
628: QT: Creating a Race Day Plan: A Good Race Plan can Be Invaluable
627: Listener Q&A September 2018: Qs Covering Disney Characters, Dog Breeds, and More!
626: Angela Dunn: Running Coach, Accidental BQer, and Altra Red Teamer
625: QT: Tips to Relax as Race Day Approaches: Specific Tips to Stay Cool the Lead Up to a Race
624: AJ Scarlato: Getting Back into Running After a Rough Marathon Debut, Fellow Podcaster
623: Amanda Love: Reluctant Runner at First, Now Helping Girls Find a Joy for Our Sport
622: QT: Take the Good Advice & Dismiss the Rest: Don’t Lose the Forest for the Trees
621: Rob Rowald: Started Running to Lose Weight, Big Fan of OCRs
620: Joe Pardo: A runDisney Fan, Entrepreneur, Podcaster
619: QT: The Pocatello Marathon: The Good, the Bad, and the Meh
618: David Welch: Ultra Runner, Vegan, Family Man, and Food Scientist
617: Luis Cocco: Blending Ultra Running with the World of Martial Arts
616: QT: Don’t Get Sick: Don’t Be an Idiot (Like Me!) and Wind Up Sick Right Before a Race
615: Listener Q&A August 2018: Qs About Ice Cream, Recovery, Motivation, and More!
614: Jaclyn Ricchio: Started Running to Drop a Few Pounds, Now Running for Many Other Reasons
613: QT: Everything is Connected: Where You Feel Pain May Not be Where the Problem Lies
612: Lyndsey Fraser: This Former Track/XC Runner Has Found a New Love of Running on the Trails
611: Emily Garcia: Charity Runner Turned Coach with Team Momentum
610: QT: Train Smarter Not Harder: Don’t Be Afraid to Make Things Slightly Easier for Yourself
609: Brodie Sharpe: Running Lessons Learned the Hard Way, Everyday Running Legends Host
608: Greg Sisengrath: Trail and Ultra Runner Happy to Give of Himself to Help Others
607: QT: Give Change a Chance: Some Changes Take Time to Pay Off So Be Patient
606: Walker Higgins: Former Adventure Racer Turned Ultra Runner/Race Director
605: Nicklaus Combs: Opening Pandora’s Box of Trail Running, East Coast v Rockies
604: QT: Different Types of Progress: Not All Running Progress is Measured on Your Watch
603: Jessica Bagley: Ultra Runner, Mom of Four Kids, Continuing to Push Her Limits
602: Listener Q&A July 2018: Qs Include My Goals, DMB Show, Orthotics, and More
601: QT: Balance is a Myth: You Will Never Achieve Perfect Balance in Your Life
600: Becca Pizzi: 2-Time World Marathon Challenge Champion, 17x Boston Finisher
599: Jay Nevans: Ironman Triathlete, Mountain Biker, Race Director
598: QT: Correct, Don’t Ignore: Ignoring Little Dogs, and Little Niggles, is Not Good
597: Stuart Mann: On a Mission to Run Every Marathon/Ultra in South Africa
596: Jen Lefforge: Started Running to Battle Depression, runDisney Lover, New YouTuber
595: QT: Keep Running Forever: Tips to Keep Running for the Rest of Your Life
594: Deb Westergaard: Hit By a Vehicle While Training for a Marathon
593: Lacy Jaye Hansen: Making Running Part of Her Professional Life, Prairie Fire Marathon
592: QT: Rules of Vacation Running: How Does/Should Your Running Change During a Vacation
591: Jason Bahamundi: Ultra Running, Finish Line Surprise, Powerd by Plants
590: Dr. Kasey Hill: Fixing the Cause Instead of Reacting to the Symptoms, Glutes for the Win
589: QT: Misc Travel Tips: Rental Car Insurance, Post-Race Travel, and More
588: Listener Q&A June 2018: Spousal Competition, #norunstreak, Too Many Races, and More
587: Gretchen Schoenstein 2.0 Still Running Despite Doctors Wishes, 13.1 #75 in December
586: QT: Travel Insurance: Is It Worth Getting for Your Next Racecation?
585: Suzy Slane 2.0: Running Pregnant and Post-Partum, Frank Talk About Mental Illness
584: Dane Rauschenberg 3.0: Avoiding Burnout with Variety, Great Races to Run
583: QT: Avoiding Jet Lag When Traveling Across Time Zones: Yes, It is Possible
582: BethAnn Telford 2.0: Fighting Brain Cancer, for Herself and for Others, One Step at a Time
581: Scott Riecke 2.0: The “Ordinary Marathoner” is Back and Ironman Training Continues
580: QT: How to Eat Well When Traveling: It’s Not as Hard as You Might Think
579: Kari Gormley 2.0: Her Running has Changed Quite a Bit, and That’s OK
578: Melissa Kahn 2.0: The Head Heifer is Back Talking About Nepal, Mental Health, and More
577: QT: How to Save Money on Destination Race Travel: Tips from Travel Pros to Save You $$$
576: Listener Q& A May 2018: Signs of Burnout, Running Downhill, My Triathlon Future & More
575: Mike Swinger: Physical Therapist and Biomechanist Nerding Out About Running Form
574: QT: Life Stress Impacts Your Training: Don’t Let Your Training Add Stress to Your Life
573: Chuck Van Duzee: He Started Racing Marathons in 1978 and He’s Still Going Strong!
572: Lisa Reichmann: Boston Marathon Veteran, Coach/Co-Founder of Run Farther and Faster
571: QT: Don’t Be a Douche on Race: Pay Attention to What You’re Doing on the Course
570: Rhandi Orme: Ultra Runner, Triathlete, Coach, and Mom of 4 Young Kids
569: Julie Sapper: Boston Marathon Veteran, Coach/Co-Founder of Run Farther and Faster
568: QT: Treating/Preventing Heat Illness: Prevention is Always Better than Cure
567: Scott Douglas: Has Learned, First Hand, How Great Running is For Your Mental State
566: Monica Olivas: “Accidental” Runner Turned Blogger, Podcaster, Coach, and More!
565: QT: Signs/Symptoms of Heat Illness: Heat Illness is Serious Business, So Be Aware
564: Ali Fellers: Fellow Podcaster, Living with Chron’s, Soon to Be Mom
563: Listener Q&A April 2018: Questions on Waking Up, Snacks, Mulitple Marathons and More
562: QT: Schedule Your Rest and Recovery: Getting Proper Rest and Recovery is Vital
561: Krissy Shreeve: Fellow Podcaster, Host of A Bad Case of the Runs
560: Brian Curro: While Running Across the Country He Decided to Run for President
559: QT: 2018 Boston Marathon Takeaways: What Can We Learn from the Elites?
558: Lauren Seserko: Health and Fitness Nut, Blogger, Science Nerd, Boston
557: Corine Green: Plant-Based Runner, Tips for Adding More Veg to Your Diet
556: QT: Get Uncomfortable: Growth Happens Outside of the Comfort Zone
555: Aaron DeBord: Running Long, Brewing Booch, and an Ambassador for All the Brands
554: Andrea Flowers: An Injury and an Eating Disorder Almost Derailed Her Running Career
553: QT: Are You Too Tech Dependent? Is Too Much Running Tech a Bad Thing?
552: Jeremy Duehring: Run Streak Started 1 January 2013, Still Going Strong
551: Jill Angie: Runner, Coach, Author, Podcaster, and Far from “Average”
550: QT: Tips for Running Later in the Day: Don’t Let Your Day Derail Your Running Plans
549: Listener Q&A March 2018: Answering Qs about Babies, Dreadmills, Fears, and More
548: Tim Radkey: Pastor, CrossFit Instructor, and Ultra Marathoner
547: QT: Keep Social Runs Social: The Three Commandments of Social Running
546: Suzy Slane (Best Of): Trip Back in Time to Episode 284, Getting Real About the Struggles
545: Dorothy Beal: Running is Her Profession, But She’s Not a Professional Runner
544: QT: Measure Fitness with the MAF Test: The Best Way to Measure Your Aerobic Fitness
543: Emily Toia: Ultra Runner Who Trains Almost Exclusively on the Treadmill
542: Jody Smotherman: New-ish Runner That Has Taken to the Sport Rather Quickly
541: QT: Speak Your Body’s Language: Listening to Your Body is Important, but Do You Know What It’s Actually Saying?
540: Jen Kirkpatrick: From Struggling with C25K to Finishing a 100-Mile Ultra
539: Emily Harrison (Best Of): Reliving Episode 231 with One of the Best Ultra Runners in the World
538: QT: Heart Rate Training FAQs: Curious About Running By Heart Rate?
537: Listener Q&A February 2018: Covering Curling, “Ideal” Body Weight, Shoe Rotation, and More!
536: Christie Thomas: Running for 20+ Years, Started Coaching as a Tribute to Lost Friend
535: QT: Choosing Which Races To Run: How Do You Decide?
534: Helen Lundstrom Erwin: Historical Fiction Novelist and Avid Runner
533: Carlee Daub: Wife, Mom, Runner, Coach, and Fellow Red Teamer
532: QT: Coming Back From Injury: Avoiding Common Mistakes is Key to Healing Quicker
531: Julia Chi Taylor 2.0: Getting Back Into Racing (Barefoot!), Running Across Spain
530: Sam Gardner: Attacked and Raped While on a Run, Running Has Been Key in Her Healing Process
529: QT: Race Day Experiments: Is It OK to Try Something New on Race Day?
528: Christian Griffith: Running 3,000 Miles to Help Kids That Have Been Sexually Abused
527: Kathy Vaughan: Not One to Back Down from a Challenge, No Matter What Life Throws at Her
526: QT: 2018 Goals Progress Report: Are You on Track? If Not, It’s Time to Course Correct
525: Listener Q&A January 2018: Winter Running, First Time Marathoning, and More!
524: Brad Kearns: Former Elite Triathlete Learned to Slow Down to Get Faster
523: QT: 5 Reasons to NOT Hire a Coach: Maybe a Running Coach Isn’t Right for You
522: Ben Calabretta: Thought Running Was Impossible, Until He Tried It
521: Keith Shireman: Fellow Athletic Trainer Talking Injury Prevention in Endurance Sports
520: QT: Is It Worth It? Product Reviews of Orange Mud Hydra Quiver Vest Pack 2 & RunLocker Premium
519: Ras Vaughan: Pushing the Limits Can, and Often Does, Result in Failure. Keep Going.
518: Ian Morgan: From Almost Dying to Finding Love, Running Has Been There Thru It All
517: QT: Discipline is Key: Wat to Improve as a Runner? Be More Disciplined
516: Deb Meeks: All Things Crewing/Pacing Related with the Ultimate “Crew Mom”
515: Sarah Shupp: Starting Running to Lose Weight and Love It, runDisney Fan
514: QT: When It’s Too Cold to Run: Treadmill? Unplanned Rest Day? Something Else?
513: Thomas Paquette: Former Collegiate Runner has Found That Relaxing on Race Day is Key
512: Happy New Year 2017: What’s Stays the Same, and What Changes in 2018
511: Listener Q&A December 2017: Talking Hobbit’s Feet, Runner Resolutions, Streaking, and More
510: QT: Keep Long View in Mind (Best Of): Progress in Running Takes Time; Stay Patient
509: QT: Planning Your Race Schedule (Best Of): Plan Your 2018 Race Calendar Intelligently
508: QT: Look Back Before Going Forward: Your Past is a Valuable Resource for Planning Your Future
507: Jenn Walton 2.0: Improving Her Mindset Made All the Difference in Her Quest to BQ
506: Greg Unger 2.0: His Success as a Runner (and Triathlete) All Starts Between His Ears
505: QT: Stop Setting Mileage Goals: Setting Yearly Goals for Your Mileage is Foolish at Best
504: Jonathan Beverly 2.0: The “Secrets” of Running for 40+ Years (and Still Racing Hard!)
503: Susie Lemmer 2.0: Another Stress Fracture, Infertility, and an Uncertain Running Future
502: QT Good Consequences v Bad Consequences: The Choices You Make Matter
501: Maggie Guterl 2.0: Reflecting on a Rough 2017, Looking Forward to What’s Next
500: Mark Remy 2.0: Writing, Running, and Keeping in Simple Courtesy of the Dumb Runner
499: QT: Staying on Track This Holiday Season: Aim for “Good Enough.” Seriously.
498: Listener Q&A November 2017: Holiday Wish Lists, Rob Lowe, Toe Socks, and More
497: Amy Feit: Hiring a Coach Made a Big Difference in Avoiding Injuries and Improving Dramatically
496: QT: Stop Limiting Yourself (Best Of): You Can Do More Than You Think, I Promise
495: QT: Don’t Beat Yourself Up (Best Of): Stop Looking at the Glass Half Empty; Focus on the Positives
494: QT: Finding Balance Between Running and Life (Best Of): You Can Make It Work
493: QT: Consistent Training Schedule: A Routine Schedule May Sound Boring, but It Works!
492: Mackenzie Havey: Writer and Auther Talking About the Many Benefits of Running Mindfully
491: Christina K: Now Sober, She Continues to Learn and Grow in Our Sport
490: QT Raise Your Floor: Raising Your Base Level of Fitness Elevates Your Race Day Potential
489: John Lesteberg: Started Running to Train with His Wife; She Bailed on the Sport, He Went All In
480: Erin Freel: Started Running to Lose Weight, 100+ Pounds Later She’s an Ironman
479: Amanda Brooks: OG Running Blogger, Freelancer, Writer
478: QT: Salvage a Bad Run: When Things are Rough, Moving the Goal Posts May Help
477: Mirna Valerio: Proof that (Badass) Runners Come in All Shapes and Sizes
476: Jay Johnson: Veteran Coach Sharing Some Great Tips to Help All Runners
475: QT: Prerace Fueling: When Should You Start Fueling for Your Race?
474: Dr. Christopher Segler: Tips for Dealing with Doctors That Tell You Not to Run
473: Nick Ortego: Using Biohacking to Help Maximize Health, Fitness, and Running
472: QT: How Soon is Too Soon? How Much Time Do You Need to Recover After a Race?
471: Listener Q&A September 2017: Minimum Running Requirements, Scary Races, and More!
470: Cheap Athlete: Financial Frugality and Endurance Sports CAN Coexist
469: QT: Product Reviews: Good, Bad, and Ugly on Apple AirPods & Milestone Foot Pod
468: Nora Bird: 100-Mile Trail Races Aren’t Exactly Easy, Especially for this Road Runner
467: Tina Muir: After Realizing a Running Dream, She Walked Away from the Sport
466: QT: 7 Running Lessons Learned from a Hurricane: Irma Sucked, But She Taught Me a Few Things
465: Andy Farina: After a Disappointing 100-Miler, Redemption was Right Around the Corner
464: Tom Foreman: Back By Popular Demand After a Year of Running Dangerously
463: QT: Shift Your Priorities: When Life Gets in the Way of Your Running, You Have to Adjust
462: Nick Symmonds: Hanging Up His Spikes After 20 Years of Pro Running
461: Gary Stotler: Checking Back in and Running More Epic than Ever
460: QT: Are Liquid Calories Enough: Can You Fuel Your Race with Nothing but Liquid Calories?
458: Rose Scovel: Effectively Showing Diabetes Who’s Boss
457: QT: Get Better Sleep: 3 “Hacks” for Improving the Quality of Your Sleep Tonight
456: LeAnn Nguyen: From 9 Hour Marathoner to Boston Qualifier
455: Mimi Anderson: Multiple World Record Holder for Various Feats of Epic Endurance
454: QT: Consistency is King: The Surest Way to Reach Your Goals is to Train Consistently
453: Julie McDonald: Running Through Life in Egypt
452: Kyle Petari: Using Every Possible Hour in the Day Productively
451: QT: Do Workouts on Race Day: When Leading Up to a Goal Race, Prepare by Incorporating Workouts Into Races
450: Teresa DeMers: Always Competing Against Herself
449: Steph Whitmore: Hobby Turned Unbelievable Lifestyle!
448: QT: Quality v Quantity: Is it Possible to Run Too Many Races?
447: Steve Austin: Running to Live and Living to Run
446: Listener Q&A July 2017: Answering Questions About Teleportation, VO2max, Partners that are Non-Runners, and More!
445: QT: Product Review: Wegrynd Tech Shirts, Altra Running Shorts
444: Jonathan Beverly: Stride Myths, Methods to Improve, and Your Favorite Running Shoes
443: Rebecca Barber: Connoisseur of Costumes and Fat Ass Ultras
442: QT: Try to Relax: Stressing/Worrying Before a Race Will Often Do More Harm Than Good
441: Maggie Seymour: Going Coast to Coast the Hard Way
440: Edgar Suris: Running Wild Without the Sight to See!
439: QT: What is the Purpose of Your Workout: Do You Know Why You Do Certain Workouts? You Should.
438: Brian Burk: New Author With an Impressive Running Resume
437: Mike Korfhage: The Boston Marathon Good Samaritan and Mental Toughness Guru
436: Laura Norris (Best Of): Revisiting Our Chat from May 2016
435: Susie Lemmer (Best Of): Revisiting Our Chat from February 2016
434: Nora Bird (Best Of): Revisiting Our Chat from January 2016
433: QT: Running on Vacation: When on Vacation Do You Run All the Miles, Stick to the Script, or Dial it Back?
432: Listener Q&A June 2017: Beach Running, “Close But No Cigar” Races, Slowing Down, and More!
431: Sarah Clancy: Mother, Business Owner, Wife and Dedicated Runner.
430: QT: Don’t Stop Your Watch: Do You Stop Your Watch Mid-Run When Getting a Drink or Using the Bathroom? Don’t.
429: Jasmine Tracey: Former Party Girl, Life Changed for the Better When She Started Running
428: Elinor Fish: Running/Racing at High Level for 20+ Years, Founder of Run Wild Retreats
427: QT: Fix Your Form Faux Pas: Every Runner Has Their Own Ideal Form, But Some Form Tweaks May Be Needed
426: Daron Larson: Mindfulness Coach and Runner, How Being Mindful Helps Your Running
425: Julia Chi Taylor: Life Long Runner and Traveler Living as a Nomad and Running Shoeless
424: QT: Stick to the Plan: Your Training Plan Will Keep You on Track, Provided You Actually Follow It
423: Susie Chan: From Roads to Trails, Jungle to Desert, She’s Up for the Challenge
422: Chris Ward: Father, Trail Runner, Podcaster, Wanna Be Bigfoot
421: QT: It’s Seldom as Bad as It Seems: I’m Going to Bet that Your Bad Run/Race Wasn’t the “Worst Ever”
420: Listener Q&A May 2017: Runner Friendly Sandals, Mistakes Marathoners Make, the “Off Season” and More
419: Jessica Croisant: From Color Runner to 100-Mile Finisher, Host of Sugarstride Podcast
418: QT: Failure is a Possibility: If You are Chasing a Big Goal Failure is a Very Real Possibility!
417: Carol “Stash” Stanley: Creator of Lace Locker, Difference Maker
416: Eric Collard: Ex-Football Player (Offensive Lineman!) Turned Triathlete Now Runner
415: QT: All Roads Lead to Rome: Pick One Style of Training and Stick With It to See Progress
414: April Woo: Reluctant Runner Turned Boston Qualifier and Sub-3 Hour Marathoner
413: Liz Yelling: Two-Time Olympian, Elite Distance Runner, Now Coaching Others
412: QT: Keep the Long View in Mind: The Best Way to Improve as a Runner is to Play the Long Game
411: Kyle Gorjanc: The #2 at Salty Running, Rough Start to Running, Believer in the Power of the Orange
410: Lori Masterson: Trail Running Enthusiast, Certified Bad Ass, Cancer Survivor
409: QT: Product Reviews: The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly on The Healing Sole Sandal & Lace Locker
408: Bill Sycalik: Traveling the Country Running a Marathon in Each National Park
407: Jessica Skarzynski: Always Smiling, Has Lost Over 100 lbs, Sights Set on Running NYC 26.2 in 2017
406: QT: If It Ain’t Broke, Don’t Fix It: Trying to Improve as a Runner? Make Sure You Don’t Create a Problem Out of Nothing!
405: Listener Q&A April 2017: Listner Qs Including Adapting to Altras, Running in the Heat, Potty Issues, and More!
404: Jinger Moore: Licensed Professional Counselor with a Focus on Mindfulness in Running, Salty Running Contributor
403: QT: Life Happens. Move On: Practicing What I Preach This Week After a Couple of Crazy Days and No Running (Coming Soon!)
402: Boston 2017: Looking Back at this Year’s Race with Laura Pizmoht of SaltyRunning.com
401: Megan Finnesy: Race Director of Dirty 30 and Double Dirty 30, Western States Finisher
400: Episode 400: Lessons Learned, on Running, Life, and Everything In Between from the First 399 episodes
399: Peggy White: Proof That It’s Never Too Late To Get Started
388: QT: The Importance of Foot Care: Take Care of Your Feet Before It’s Too Late
387: Tracy Green: Salty Contributor, Pilates Believer, 12 Marathons and 12 BQs So Far
386: Be Ready on Race Day Preview: Reading an Excerpt of My Book and Other Things
385: QT: Lessons Learned from My First Ultra: I Learned a Few Things Over the Course of 33.3 Miles
384: Angela Modzelewski: Reluctant Runner that Enjoys Spectating Races More than She Enjoys Racing Herself
383: Paige Biglin: Loves Competition, High Volume Works for Her, Unfinished Business with the Marathon
382: QT: Control the Things You Can: When Something Goes Wrong, You Control How You Respond
381: Marnie Kunz: Talking About Painful Races Long vs Short, Street Art Tours, Expanding RunStreet
380: Listener Q&A February 2017: Biggest List of Qs for Me to A Yet! Talking Races, Trying New Things, and More!
379: QT: Your Non-Running Shoes Matter: Wearing the Wrong Shoes When You’re Not Running is a Problem
378: Amanda Brooks: The Team Component of Running-Even as an Adult, Developing FASTZach-A New Running App
377: Ras Vaughan 2.0: Catching Backing Up with the UltraPedestrian, See What Epic Adventures He’s Up to Next
376: QT: 7 Ways a Running Coach Can Help You: You May Not Need a Running Coach, But a Good One Can Probably Help You
375: Shane Finn: Irishman That Lied About His Age to Run His First Marathon, Raising Money for Spina Bifida
374: The Ladies of Salty Running: A Round Table Discussion with Several of the Saltines
373: QT: What Got You Here Won’t Get You There: Have Big Long-Term Running Goals? You Need Variety in Your Consistency
372: Amanda Yu: Loves Running Anywhere and With Just About Anyone, Proud Dog Mom, Future 100 Miler
371: Krysta Gunvalson: Started Running After Signing Up for a Marathon, Now Running is a Part of Most Aspects of Her Life
370: QT: Bad Running Habits I Need to Break: Want to Improve as a Runner? Break Your Bad Running Habits!
369: Martinus Evans: Started Running to Spite his Doctor, Which Led to Everything 300 Pounds and Running
368: Listener Q&A January 2017: This month I’m talking Plans B, Answering Some Personal Qs, and Letting the Cat Out of the Bag
367: QT: Start Training Before You Start Training: Depending on Your Goals, Your Training Starts Long Before Your Training Starts
366: Dr. Justin Ross: Sports Psychologist, Overcoming Mental Barriers, Race Day Anxiety
365: Michele Brodtman: Cancer Survivor, Running to Make a Difference in the Fight Against Cancer
364: QT: Planning Your Race Schedule Intelligently: Does How You Plan Your Race Schedule Matter? Maybe.
363: Rochelle Basil: After an Impressive Marathon Debut the Future is Bright, Running in New Zealand vs the USA
362: Eric Bronkala: Running Despite the Pain of a Badly Arthritic Hip, Coming Back After Hip Replacement
361: QT: Finding Balance in Running and Life: Something Most of Us Struggle With at Times
360: Ben Wachter: Rough Luck in Half Marathons, Pacing Marathons, Playing the Ukulele, and a Whole Lot More!
359: Joe Lynch: Finding Balance Between Family and Triathlon, Back on My Feet, Starting a Blog
358: QT: Be Successful in 2017: 3 Things You Can Do That Will Dramatically Increase the Odds of Reaching Your Goals
357: Stephen Lee: Tips for Training for a New Distance, Picking Up Running Partners as You Go, Big Goals for the Future
356: Jared Toay: Founder of Jared’s Pro Pops, Probiotic/Gut Health Expert, Talking Gut Health and Performance
355: Listener Q&A December 2016: Running Kilts, Low Key Races, a Case of the Mehs and More
354: Sarah Lavender Smith (Best Of): Mom, Wife, All Around Running Junkie
353: Maggie Guterl (Best Of): Elite Ultra Distance Runner, Ran for Team USA at World Championships & Finished 4th
352: Michelle Walker (Best Of): Mother of 6 Kids, Finisher of 115 Marathons, 50 States All Sub-4 Hours, A Marathon on All 7 Continents, Need I Say More?
351: Greg Unger (Best Of): Regular Weight Lifter Turned Endurance Athlete, Not Your “Typical” Ultra Runner
350: Dana Anderson (Best Of): Avid Runner On Trails & Roads, Believer in the Benefits of Regular Strength Training
349: QT: Goals for the New Year: Could Changing the Way You Set Your Goals, Help You Be More Successful?
348: Cory Reese: Ultramarathoner, New Author, Taker of Best Running Selfies You Will Ever See!
347: Melissa Kahn: Always Up for a Challenge, Former Jenny Craig Spokesperson, Founder of Run Heifer Run
346: QT: Run Without Slipping: Worried About Slipping While Running Outside this Winter?
345: Gene: Recovering Alcoholic, Marathon Runner, Triathlete
344: Noel Paine: Life Long Runner, New Running Dad, Ran 100k for His Birthday
343: QT-The Month Before a Race: What Should You Do a Month Out From Your Race to Make Sure You’re Ready for Race Day?
342: Listener Q&A November 2016: Talking easy running in the hills, chasing PRs, race shirt dos and don’ts, and more!
341: Gretchen Schoenstein: Since Being Told Not to Run She’s Completed 13.1 53 Times!
340: QT-Surviving End of the Year Stress: December is Crazy, I Get It. 5 Tips for Surviving the Chaos of the End of the Year.
339: James McKirdy: Uncertain Future Due to Injury, Founder of McKirdy Trained
338: Nikki Love: The Crazier the Adventure the Better, Jungle Ultra, Shooting for a World Record for Consecutive Marathons
337: QT-Running on Thanksgiving: A Few Things to Keep in Mind During Your Turkey Day Run
336: Scott Riecke: Host of the Ordinary Marathoner Podcast, Soon to be Ironman Triathlete?
335: Sandra Laflamme: This Blogger and Mom is Always on the Go, Either Running, Tri Training, or a Whole Host of Other Activities
334: QT-Great Christmas Gifts for Runners: Tis the Season… Give Gifts Runners Will Like this Holiday Season!
333: Michael Deza: Michael is Back for the Third Time, Talking About How His Running Career has Evolved
332: Ralph Mesquita: Running Across Europe in 2017 to Promote European Unity and to Raise Awareness About Diabetes
331: QT-Running in the Dark: As Winter Approaches, More Miles Will Be Logged in the Dark. Stay Safe Y’all.
330: Mike Ferguson: Elite OCR Athlete, Budding Competitive Eater?
329: Listener Q&A October 2016: Shoe Shelf Life, Splitting Long Runs, Pabst Blue Ribbon, and More!
328: QT-One Year of Running 80/20: My Detailed Critique After a Year of Training According to the Specs of 80/20 Running
327: Jenn Walton: Pack a Day Smoker Turned Marathoner, Lone Wolf Runner, Tips for Running in the Cold
326: Mark Casas: Life Long Runner, Former High School Track/XC Coach, Current Coach of Individual Runners, Found of #RunAlways
325: QT-How to Avoid Blowing Up Mid-Race: Controlling Your Pace Early in a Race is Key to Avoiding the Mid-Race Blow Up
324: Keith Freeburn: Competitive Master’s Runner at All Distances, Substantial Change in Health Since He Began Running
323: Joshua St John: Iraq/Afganistan Veteran, Suffered from PTSD and Depression, Running Helped Him Overcome & Thrive
322: QT-How to Run Faster: Want to Run Faster? Just Follow the Formula! (Easier Said Than Done, I Promise…)
321: Bradley Lane: DC Lawyer, Urban Trail Runner, Finding Balance, Altra for the Win
320: Nick Symmonds: Two-Time Olympian in the 800m, CEO of Run Gum, Running Future–Marathon Perhaps?
319: QT-Monitoring Your Race Pace: Do You Go Overboard Checking Your Watch to Make Sure You’re on Pace During a Race?
318: Mary Johnson: Getting Serious About Running, Coach/Cross Training Talk, Racing 2 Marathons Back-to-Back
317: Chris Heuisler: What is a Run Concierge, Tips for Traveling to Races, & the Coolest Race Day Surprise Ever!
316: QT-Control What You Can, Let the Rest Go: Pre-Race Nerves/Anxiety are Normal. Try to Control Everything, and They Only Get Worse!
315: Listener Q&A September 2016: Talking About Marathon Recovery, Tips for Stretching, Maintaining Fitness, and More!
314: Paria Hassouri: Started Running in Her 30s, Has Seen Major Changes to Herself and Her Relationships Since She Started Running
313: QT-Staying Patient as a Runner: What is the Key to Your Success as a Runner? Staying Patient in the Pursuit of Your Goals
312: Angela Barraco: Ran Her First Marathon by “Accident”, Still Struggles to Call Herself a Runner (Though She Clearly Is!)
311: Jessica Hofheimer: Working to Improve Her Running (and Her Health) from the Inside Out Requires Taking the Long View
310: QT-Stop Being a Hater: Tips for Quieting That Voice in Your Head that is Never Satisfied
309: Traci Falbo: 2 Time Member of the Team USA 24 Hour World Championships Team, 2 Time Team Gold Medalist
308: Tere Zacher: World Champion Swimmer Turned Elite Distance Runner, Sports Psychology/Mental Training
307: QT-Sticking to the Script vs Coloring Outside the Lines: Do You Have to Follow Your Training Plan to the Letter?
306: Andy Farina: Told He Needed to Stop Running Now Prepping for His First 100 Mile Ultra
305: Sarah Canney: Running Coach, Mom, Wife, Overcame an Eating Disorder Along the Way Qualifying for Boston
304: QT-Motivation Roller Coaster: Highs & Lows of Motivation are Normal, But Leveling Out the Dips is Possible
303: Listener Q&A August 2016:
302: Brogan Graham: November Project Co-Founder, Crashed the Boston Marathon in 2006, BQed Twice Since Then
301: QT-Post Race Blues: The Post Race Blues are a Thing, But They Don’t Have to Be
300: Denny Krahe: The Tables are Turned and I’m Grilled as the Guest on My Own Show!
299: Running With the Bears: 10 Reasons You Should Run this Race, Audio from My Keynote Presentation
298: Quick Tip-Race Day Reminders: If You Have a Race Coming Up, Here are Some Things to Keep in Mind
297: Tom Leddy: Traveling to Races Near and Far, Tips to Save Money for Race Travel, Author
296: Nicole Handler: Changed Her Life, and Created a Brand, By Staying Fit, Full, and Focused
295: Quick Tip-Managing the Taper Crazies: How You Manage the Taper Crazies is Important to Having a Solid Race
294: Wendy Rivard: Running a Dream Race, Keeping Running Fun After 20+ Years, and a Great Online Book Club for Runners
293: Amy Stone: Victim of Peer/Sibling Pressure, Multi Time Ironman Finisher, Host of “The Mile After Mile” Podcast
292: Quick Tip-Customize Your Warm Up: There is No One-Size-Fits-All for Anything, and That Includes Your Warm Up
291: Best Of-Michael Jimenez: Talking About His Dream Race, the Badwater 135
290: Andrea Golden: How Running Changed Her Life for the Better, and Now She’s Paying it Forward
289: Quick Tip-Running on Vacation: If You’re Planning to Run on Your Family Vacation, You Better Plan to Be Flexible
288: Listener Q&A July 2016: Talking About Foam Rolling, Supplements, Ticks, and a Whole Lot More!
287: Dallas Smith: 2x Vol State 500k Finisher, Author, Holder of 71 State Running Records
286: Quick Tip: Heart Rate Training in the Summer: The Heat Impacts Your Heart Rate, So How Should You Train in the Summer?
285: Natalie Mitchell: Mom, Wife, Blogger, Won Trip to Run with Olympic Gold Medalist in Ethiopia
284: Suzy Slane: She Runs to Run Not to Race, The Struggle with Anxiety and How Running Helps
283: Quick Tip-Overcoming a Bad Run: Bad Runs are Face of Life. How Do You Bounce Back After a Rough Outing?
282: Best Of-Sara Welle: Loves Everything About Running, Including the Beer Mile!
281: Best Of-Tom Foreman: Talking Maintaining Balance While Living a Full Life, Writing a Running Book When You’re Not Fast
280: Quick Tip-Keeping a Running Journal: What Should Your Running Journal Look Like? (You Do Keep a Journal, Right?)
279: Rebecca Tracy: Preparing for the Olympic Trials (1,500 meters) While in Med School Full-Time!?!?
278: Allie Burdick: Mom of Twins, Triathlete, Represented Team USA at World Duathlon Championships in 2014
277: Quick Tip-Podcasting Lessons for Runners: After Two Years of Podcasting, I’ve Learned a Few Things That Apply to Podcasting & Running
276: Listener Q&A June 2016: Counting Calories, Possibly Doing Too Much, Cross Training, and More!
275: Christine Yu: Being a Runner Doesn’t Mean You Have to Race, Benefits of Yoga for Runners, Surfing in NYC?
274: Quick Tip-Fueling Options for Race Day: Taking in Calories Isn’t Easy If You Have a Sensitive Stomach
273: Elizabeth Clor: Battling Her Mental Demons and Overcoming Them Before Qualifying for Boston
272: Kristina Richardson: New Runner, Started Running a Few Months Ago After Deciding to Focus on Her Health
271: Quick Tip-Keep Inspiring Others: You May Not See Yourself as an Inspiration to Others, But They’re Watching. I Promise.
270: Jen A. Miller: A Second Chat with Author Jen Miller, New Book: Running: A Love Story
269: Anna Weber: Elite Marathoner, Member of Oiselle Haute Volee Team, Had to Choose Between Running and Ph.D
268: Quick Tip-Surviving the Summer Heat: When the Heat & Humidity are Their Worst, How Do You Get the Most from Your Training?
267: Derrick Lytle: Outdoor Sports & Time Lapse Photographer, Ultra Runner, Tips for Taking an Epic Photo with Your Phone
266: Philip Shelley: Has a “Mild” Case of Cerebral Palsy, Ran First Marathon in 2016, No Plans to Slow Down!
265: Quick Tip-Respect the Rest Day: What is the Most Important Workout on Your Training Plan? I’d Argue it’s the Rest Day.
264: BethAnn Telford: Diagnosed with a Brain Tumor in 2005, She Now Fights (and Runs) for a Cure!
263: Listener Q&A May 2016: Running Rules of Thumb, Recovery During Back to Back Races, Post Run Fueling, and More!
262: Quick Tip-Stop Limiting Yourself: Getting Out of Your Own Way Could Be the Key to Your Success
261: Katie Rosenbrock: Nutrition Tips and the Roll That Food Plays in Performance and Overall Health
260: Melinda Howard: She Gained Weight in Large Part Due to an Illness, She’s Used Running to Help Lose 170 lbs!
259: Quick Tip-Tips for Running Your First Marathon: Want to Know What to Expect for Your First 26.2?
258: Michael Deza 2.0: Boston 2016, A Change of Focus, Making Time for Other Areas of Life, Having Fun!
257: Sally McRae: Competitive Soccer Player Turned Elite Ultra Runner, Lover of Mountains
256: Quick Tip-What To Eat When You’re Not Running: What Impact Does Your Daily Diet Have on Your Training/Racing?
255: Lindsey Hein: Running Mom, Stroller Pusher, Coach, and Podcast Host of the I’ll Have Another Show
254: Liz Wittenbach: Balancing Being a Wife, Mom, Runner, & Podcast Host of Real Runners Chat
253: Quick Tip-Flex Your Mental Muscles: Does Training Your Brain as a Runner Impact Your Training/Racing?
252: Jesica D’Avanza: Triathlete, Running Coach, Blogger, and Truth Teller No Matter How Unladylike the Subject
251: Laura Norris: A Change in Career Path Led Her Away From Academia and Into Coaching Runners
250: Quick Tip-Maximize Your Training by Sleeping More: Want the Best Results? You HAVE to Get Your Sleep
249: Listener Q&A April 2016: This Month’s Questions Include Metronomes, Kilts, Core Training, and More!
248: Sally Stilwell: A Friend Encouraged Her to Start Running After a Major Loss, and She Found Her New Identity as a Runner
247: Quick Tip-Bouncing Back from a Bad Run: Bad Runs Happen to Us All. Here are Some Tips to Help You Bounce Back ASAP
246: Megan Biller: An In Depth Look at Running and Visiting Walt Disney World
245: Boston 2016: The 5 Things I’m Most Looking Forward to About (Someday) Running This Race
244: Quick Tip-Overcoming Seasonal Allergies: Do Allergies Wreck Your Runs? Try My (Un-Scientific) Tips for Minimizing Seasonal Allergies
243: Becki Spellman: Elite Marathoner, Recent Mother of Twins, Ran 3rd Olympic Trials in 2016
242: Jacob Puzey: Elite Ultra Distance Runner, Finds Joy in the Payoff of Hard Work, Coach with McMillan Running
241: Quick Tip-Rediscover Your Passion for Running: When Your Motivation to Run Wanes, How Can You Get It Back ASAP?
240: Teal Burrell: A Round 2 with Teal Talking About the Olympic Trials, New Goals, and Some Science Chat
239: Tina Muir: Talking Openly About the Struggles of Her First Couple of Marathons, Youth Running in England vs USA
238: Quick Tip-April Fools Day Running Pranks: 3 Running Related April Fools Day Pranks I Would LOVE to See Carried Out!
237: Listener Q&A March 2016: Running Superstitions, Training Plan Lingo, What Counts as a PR, and More!
236: Jonathan Levitt: Running Boston Again, Working Out with the November Project Crew, Knowing Your Bio-Chemistry
235: Quick Tip-Podcast Recommendations: I’m a Podcast Junkie! (and I’ve got the Shirt to Prove It) Need a Podcast Suggestion?
234: Erica Agran: Able to Run NYC (without Qualifying or Entering the Lottery) for Life, Always Looking for a Deal
233: Erika Howder: Working on Racing in Every State, Running Several Races in Several States on Consecutive Days
232: Quick Tip-Lessons from the Pros: Did You Watch the Olympic Marathon Trials? If so, What Did You Learn?
231: Emily Harrison: Lessons, Tips, and a Really Great Conversation with One of the Best Ultra Runners in the World
230: Ty Godwin: The Allure of Boston, Running Around the World, and the Joy of Being Successful in Races
229: Quick Tip-Running Wants v Needs: Have we Blurred the Lines Between Wants & Needs in Running?
228: Heather Blackmon: Runner, Marathoner, Triathlete, Ironman, Coach
227: Julia Hanlon: Host of the Running On Om Podcast, Benefits of Yoga for Your Mind, Body, and Spirit
226: Quick Tip-Truth About Lactic Acid: For the Last Time, Lactic Acid DOES NOT Cause Muscle Soreness!
225: Dave Metrick: Reluctant Runner, Unabashed Fan of a Good Beer
224: Listener Q&A February 2016: Random Heel Pain, “Off Season” for Marathoners, Runner Fashion Trends, and More!
223: Quick Tip-Finding Time to Run: Sometimes Finding Time to Run Can Be Virtually Impossible, Unless…
222: Nicki Conroy: Adult Onset Runner Hoping to Outrun Genetics, Loves the Community Surrounding Our Sport
221: Jay Bode: Obstacle Course Racer, Active Duty in the US Navy, Podcaster
220: Quick Tip-Writing Your Own Training Plan: Please, for the Love, Stop Using One-Size-Fits-All Training Plans!
219: Susie Lemmer: Running Coach and Blogger, Great Race Day Tips, Living With Chron’s Disease
218: Paul Stroessner: Traveling the Country and Running Races While Supporting Worthy Causes
217: Quick Tip-Walk Breaks: Believe It or Not, Taking Strategic Walk Breaks Can Be Very Beneficial in a Race
216: Jen St. Jean: Stopped Running Competitively After College, Now Competing Again as a Masters Athlete
215: Gary Stotler: Changed His Life, In 3 Years Went from 400 lbs to Ultra Marathoner
214: Quick Tip-Stand More: Just Because You’re a Runner, Doesn’t Mean You Can Sit for the Rest of the Day
213: Melissa Gacek: Elite Runner, Mom, Wife, and Finding Time for It All
212: Gene Gurkoff: Founder and CEO of Charity Miles, How Runners Can Make a Difference in the World
211: Quick Tip-When to Strength Train: When is the Best Time for Runners to Do Their Strength Training?
210: Listener Q&A January 2016: Loss of a Limb, Etiquette, Dream Podcast Guest, Pace Predictors, and Whole Lot More!
209: Sarah MacKay Robinson: Snake Bitten by the Injury Bug Finally Healthy, Running Olympic Trials, Marketing Director for Oiselle
208: Quick Tip-Becoming a Morning Runner: If Life Gets in the Way of Your Runs Often Enough, It Might Be Time to Run Early
207: Amelia Boone: World Champion Obstacle Course Racer, Corporate Lawyer, Big Wrestling Fan (Coming Soon)
206: Nora Bird: Running Ultras on the Road, Boston 2013, Leadville 100, and a Passion for Baking
205: Quick Tip-Stop Trying to Get Faster: Trying to Improve Your Top Speed Is Probably Not the Answer
204: Life Lessons: Running Solo, What Lessons Has Running Taught You About Life?
203: Jessica Rinehart: A Great Year of Running in 2015, A Sweet Tooth, and Possibly Traveling/Eating Abroad
202: Quick Tip-Advice for New Runners: Things I’ve Learned Along the Way, and Some Good Reminders for Veteran Runners as Well
201: Joe Gates: Obstacle Course Racer, Different Types of Races, Common Obstacles, and More About OCR
Episode 200: A Look at Some Memorable Moments from the First 199 Episodes of the Show!
199: Listener Q&A December 2015: Switching Shoes While Running Back to Backs, Wet Feet in Winter, Standing Desks, and More!
198: Ras Vaughan (Best Of): In Honor of Ras & Kathy’s Yo-Yo of the AZT, I’m Re-releasing Episode 76!
197: Quick Tip-The Importance of Taking a Break: When was the Last Time You Took a Break from Running?
196: Doug Pfeffer: Retired from Army After 24 Years of Service, Learning to Run “Properly”, Huge Goals for 2016
195: Tim Price: The American Runner on Being Cheap, Standing Out at a Race, and Running 5 Marathons in 5 Weeks in 5 States
194: Quick Tip-Surviving a Brush with a Treadmill: I Pray You Never Have to Run on a Treadmill, but If You Do…
193: John McKay: Runner and Rock Climber with a Visual Impairment, Also Ran Cross Country in High School and College!
192: Michelle Walker: Mother of 6 Kids, Finisher of 115 Marathons, 50 States All Sub-4 Hours, A Marathon on All 7 Continents, Need I Say More?
191: Quick Tip-Holiday Fun Runs: If You’re Running a Holiday Themed Race, How Do You Keep the Fun in a Fun Run?
190: Michael Deza: Promising Cyclist Turned Sub-Elite Marathoner, Breakthrough Year in 2015
189: Listener Q&A November 2015: Staying Sane When You Can’t Run, My Dream Race, Finding Consistency, and More!
188: Angie Maske-Berka: Running Chats on Twitter, Donut Running, and Connecting with Online Friends at Races
187: Quick Tip-Takeaways from 80/20 Running: Some of My Top Takeaways That I’ll Be Implementing from 80/20 Running
186: Matt Llano–Elite Marathoner, Legitimate Olympic Hopeful, 1st Openly Gay Distance Runner
185: Pat Sawhill–High School Classmate, Started Running for Health Reasons, Now Running for a Cause: Team Momentum and Supporting the MDA
184: Quick Tip-Running in the Cold–What do You Need to Know About Running in the Cold this Winter?
183: Stephanie Wattenbarger–Started Running in Her 40s, Busting the Myth About Slowing Down With Age
182: Amy Marxkors–Author, Runner, Avid Sports Fan…My Kindred Spirit?
181: Quick Tip-Coming Back from an Injury–Why You Need to Go Short, Go Slow, and Let It Go After Time Off Due to Injury
180: Brae Blackley–Founder of the Zooma Women’s Race Series, Podcast Host, Low Tech Runner, Mom, Wife
179: Maggie Guterl–Elite Ultra Distance Runner, Ran for Team USA at World Championships & Finished 4th
178: Quick Tip-Running in Costume–Are You a Costume Wearing Runner? Some Things to Consider Before Dressing Up for a Run
177: Scott Jones–Fellow Podcaster, Entrepreneur, Family Man, and Always Looking for a Fun Way to Stay Active
176: Listener Q&A October 2015–Star Wars, Running Consistent Splits Over Longer Distances, Heel Striking, and More!
175: Quick Tip-Dealing With a Time Crunch–What Do You Do When You Need to Fit a 3+ Hour Run Into a 2 Hour Window?
174: Lint Bunting–Ultra Light Thru Hiking, Triple-Triple Crown, Getting Into Ultra Running and Racing
173: Tom Foreman–Award Winning Reporter with CNN, Started Running Again When Daughter Asked Him to Run Marathon with Her, Author
172: Quick Tip-Maintaining Flexibility–Your Training Plan IS NOT Set in Stone, So Change It If Necessary
171: Angela Murphy–From Couch to 5k to Ultra Marathoner, Working Through the Highs and Lows of Life With Running
170: Lanni Marchant–Canadian Record Holder in the Half/Full Marathon, Training for Rio, Overcoming Body Image Issues
169: Quick Tip-Try It–What Aspects of Running Have You Decided Don’t Work Even Though You Never Tried Them?
168: Ryan Light–In a Dark Place with OCD, Panic, & Anxiety, He Found Running and It Changed His Life
167: Courtney Schwartz–Falling in Love with the Trails, A Summer of Running in Leadville
166: Quick Tip-First Time Marathoners–Tips for First Time Half/Full Marathoners That I Wish I’d Known Before My First Race
165: Sara Welle–Beer Mile Champion, New RRCA Coach, and Lover of All Things Running
164: Listener Q&A September 2015–Beard Length on Race Day, Tights “Etiquette”, Anemia, Tapering, and a LOT More!
163: Quick Tip-Feeling Unprepared on Race Day–What Do You Do When You Don’t Have It Before the Race Even Starts?
162: A Failed Experiment–I Tried Something Different. It Failed. Get the Details Here.
161: Quick Tip–Asphalt vs Concrete–Is One Surface Really Better to Run On for Your Body Than the Other?
160: Matt Fitzgerald–Author, Runner, Sports Nutritionist, and Possible Ultra Marathoner?
159: Rachel Bell Kelley–Ultra Distance Runner, Positive Thinker, and Ultra Running Fan Girl
158: Quick Tip-Drinking Too Much Water–Is Drinking Too Much Water Really a Thing? How Much is Too Much?
157: Neely Spence Gracey–Born Into a Running Family, Success in College, Injury Issues Since Going Pro, 2016 US Olympic Trials
156: Quick Tip-Peer Pressure in Running–Is Peer Pressure in the Running Community a Bad Thing?
155: Bernadette Benson–Trail and Ultra Legend, Tackling UTMB for the 1st Time
154: Listener Q&A August 2015–Running at Disney World, Bonking, Running Multiple Races in One Training Cycle, and More!
153: Quick Tip-Rotating Your Running Shoes–Rotating Multiple Pairs of Running Shoes is a Good Idea
152: Liza Howard (Best Of)–A Look Back at Episode 49, Family Dynamics in a Ultra Running Family, Team RWB
151: Michael Jimenez–Altra Ambassador, 7th Overall 2015 Badwater 135, Pro Caddy, Dead Head, Family Man
150: Quick Tip-The Difference Between Pain and Discomfort–How Do You Know Which is Which?
149: Tyler McCandless (Best Of)–Looking Back at Episode 32 with Olympic Hopeful and PhD Candidate Tyler McCandless
148: Sara Parrish–Represented Team USA at the World Triathlon Championships, Personal Trainer, All-Around Athlete
147: Quick Tip-Traveling Before a Race–Dealing With a Long Car Trip/Plane Flight Right Before a Race
146: Molly Huddle (Best Of)–Looking Back at Episode 33 With Olympian & American Record Holder Molly Huddle
145: Vanessa Runs–A 2nd Chat with Vanessa, Since Last Time She Got Married, Crewed a TransCon, and Published Another Book
144: Quick Tip-Staying Motivated–With No Race on the Calendar, How Do You Stay Motivated to Run?
143: Vanessa Runs (Best Of)–A Flash Back to Episode 11 Talking About Being a Modern Day Nomad
142: Jonathan Swiatocha–Big Goal: To Be the First Olympic Runner Who Has a Traumatic Brain Injury
141: Quick Tip-Waiting for the Last Minute–Do You Procrastinate When It Comes to Training for a Race?
140: July Q&A–Listener Questions Including Bucket List Races, Staying Motivated, Splitting Focus and Much More
139: Dane Rauschenberg–2nd Chat with Dane, Catching Up from Last Year, Running Trails vs Roads, Current Projects
138: Quick Tip-Dealing with Heavy Legs–Tips and Tricks to Help Your Legs Feel Fresh
137: Greg Jensen (Best Of)–A Look Back at Episode 25, Moving to Guatemala, Run-Cation of a Lifetime
136: Denny Krahe–First (Non-Quick Tip) Solo Episode in a While, Talking About the State of Affairs of Everything DizRuns
135: Quick Tip-Running Apps for Your Phone–My Look at a Few of the More Common Running Apps Available Today
134: Charlie Engle (Best Of)–A Look Back at Episode 48, Running Across Continents, The Power of Yoga, Benefits of Sleep/Rest
133: Matt Orlando–The Runner Dad, Blogger, How Running Helped Him Meet His Wife-Even With an Initial Rejection
132: Quick Tip-When are You Ready to Run a Marathon?–Truth Is, Only You Can Decide…
131: Dane Rauchenberg (Best Of)–Revisiting Episode 007, Running Extreme Distances, Started Running Because of a Judge
130: Gerard Pescatore–Masters Marathoner, Coach, Pedorthist, Philly.com Contributor
129: Quick Tip-Skip the Treadmill–Does the Treadmill Do More Harm Than Good? I Say It Does!
128: Norma Bastidas–Started Running to De-Stress, 7 Ultras in 7 Months (One on Each Continent!), World Record for Longest Triathlon
127: Listener Q&A June 2015–Questions From Listeners About Cadence, Recovering From Injury, Wildlife, and More!
126: Quick Tip-Benefits of Running in the Summer Heat–It May Not Be Fun, But Training Hard in the Summer Pays Huge Dividends!
125: Ryan Vail–Serious Contender for 2016 US Olympic Marathon Team, Lover of Cross Country, Always Proud to Represent the USA
124: Kim Bessler–Taking a Once-in-a-Lifetime Trip, Dealing With/Recovering From a Serious Ankle Injury, & Doing It All Solo
123: Quick Tip-Life Lessons Running Can Teach Us–There are No Shortage of Things We Can Learn From Running
122: Ryan Hill–Continual Improvement from High School, to College, to Starting His Pro Running Career
121: Bob and Trish Evans–World Record Jogglers, Triathlon Jugglers, and Budding Entrepreneurs
120: Quick Tip-Questions to Ask a Running Coach Before Hiring One–You Should Worry Much More About Just What a Coach Costs. Find Out the Questions You Should be Asking
119: Laurie Wisotsky–Elite Masters Runner, Started Running Marathons in her 30s & Switched to the Track After Dealing with a Variety of Injuries
118: Lauren Jimison–Elite Marathon Runner, US Olympic Trials Qualifier, Coffee Lover
117: Quick Tip-Best Way to Dry Wet Running Shoes Quickly–After a Run in the Rain, There’s a Trick to Drying Your Shoes ASAP!
116: Sean Johnson–Host of the Average Runner Podcast, Family First, Just Ran First Marathon
115: Jen Miller–Freelance Writer, Non-Runner Turned Runner After Working with a Running Coach for a Story (That Never Ran!)
114: Quick Tip-Difference Between Pain and Soreness–Do You Know the Difference? What Should You Do for Each?
113: Listener Q&A May 2015–How I Tie My Shoes, How I Breathe While Running, and More Great Questions From the Listeners
112: Kate Ediger–Race-cationer, Supporter of the Men and Women that Serve Our Country, Closet Beach Boys Fan
111: Quick Tip-Listen to Your Body–Do You Pay Attention to What Your Body Tells You Before, During, & After a Run? You Should.
110: Mike Bell–Ultra Marathoner, Loves the Community Aspect of Running, Boston Marathon Heartbreak x2
109: Brandon Yonke–College Student, Ultra Marathoner, Newly Vegetarian, Ran in the Great Wall of Chine Marathon
108: Quick Tip-Running With a Baby–What Tips/Tricks Have I Learned Since I Started Running With the Baby?
107: Scott Smith–Pro Runner, Member of Northern Arizona Elite, Pretty Good Bowler, Complete Hack on the Golf Course
106: Lij Shaw–Barefoot Runner/Marathoner: How, Why, and A Whole Lot More
105: Quick Tip-Running Newbies–Why Do Many Veteran Runners Owe the Newbies an Apology?
104: Steve Taylor–3 Time Olympic Trials Marathon Qualifier, University of Richmond Coach, Founder of the Collegiate Runners Association
103: Greg Unger–Regular Weight Lifter Turned Endurance Athlete, Not Your “Typical” Ultra Runner
102: Quick Tip-Compression Gear–My Perspective on the Benefits of Compression Gear During Races & For Recovery
101: Listener Q&A April 2015–Listener Questions About My Nickname, Running Cadence, Ice Cream, and People Watching
100: A Look Back–Looking Back at Some of the Highlights of the First 99 Shows
099: Quick Tip-Run With Your Dog–I Love Running With My Dog, But How Do I Make Sure Both of Us Stay Safe?
098: Amy Pope Fitzgerald–Mother, Wife, Ultra Runner, Passionate About Battling Lyme Disease
097: Boston Marathon Group Run–Listeners & Friends Share Their Thoughts About the Boston Marathon
096: Quick Tip-Fast Vs Slow–I’m Often Guilty of Doing My Slow Runs Too Fast, & My Fast Runs Too Slow
095: Dana Anderson–Avid Runner On Trails & Roads, Believer in the Benefits of Regular Strength Training for Runners
094: Teal Burrell–Olympic Trials Marathon Qualifier, Science Nerd, Avid Baker
093: Quick Tip-The Week After a Long Run–How Does One Big Run Impact The Next Week of Training?
092: Polina Carlson–Came to America on a Tennis Scholarship, A Few Years Later She’s an Elite Level Marathoner
091: Amy Van Alstine–2014 US National Cross Country Champion, Coming Back From Odd Running Injury
090: Quick Tip-Pre Run Foam Roll–Is There Any Reason To Roll Before Running?
089: Sarah Lavender Smith–Mom, Wife, All Around Running Junkie
088: March Q&A–Listener Questions Covering Running Books, Treadmill Faux Pas, & Much More
087: Quick Tip-Running Naked–Can Running Naked Make You a Better Runner?
086: Margaret Webb–Author, Masters Runner, Competed at World Masters Games in the Half Marathon
085: Ray Zahab–Extreme Adventurist, Ultra Runner, Bringing the World to the Classroom
084: Quick Tip-Running Solo–What are the Benefits of Running By Yourself?
083: David Hylton–Co-Founder of #runchat, Started Running to Lose a Few Pounds But Got Hooked
082: Paul Mellor–Memory Expert, 50 State Marathon Finisher, Author, Who I Hope to Be When I Grow Up
081: Quick Tip-Group Runs–What is the Etiquette When Running with Others?
080: Jeffrey James Binney–Comedian, Actor, Vegan, Running an Ultra and Filming the Journey
079: Felicia Wilkerson–Marine Corps Vet Running 12 Races in 12 Months and Over 1200 Miles for Veterans Groups
078: Quick Tip-Warm Ups–How Important is Warming Up Before a Race?
077: Kyle Curtin–New Ultramarathoner With Multiple 100 Mile Wins to His Name
076: Ras Vaughan–The True Ultrapedestrian and Originator of the Only Known Time Standard
075: Quick Tip-Don’t Beat Yourself Up–Stop Expecting Better of Yourself When You Do the Best You Can
074: February Q&A–Listener Questions about Missed Training Due to Illness, Cross Training, My Hypocrisy, & More
073: Tonia Smith–Ultra Marathoner, Pancreatic Cancer Survivor, Project Purple Blogger
072: Quick Tip-Running on Empty–Are There Benefits to Running Without Eating?
071: Andre Kajlich–Paratriathlete of the Year, Always Looking to Take on New Challenges
070: Martin Parnell–250 Marathons in One Year, Quests for Kids, Raising Awareness for Right to Play
069: Quick Tip-Little Things–Paying Attention to the Details in Running (and Life) is Key to Success
068: Lauren Wallace–Professional Middle Distance Runner, Goal to Run for Team USA in 2015
067: Camille Herron–Marathoner, Goal is to Win a Marathon in Each State, Homebrewer
066: Quick Tip-Real Food as Fuel–You Don’t Have to Choke Down Another Gel
065: Pablo Rodriguez–Founder of Running Costa Brava
064: Rachel Mitchell–Recent College Graduate, Aspiring Professional Runner
063: Quick Tip-Plan for Success–Fail to Plan, Plan to Fail and Why I Need to Follow My Own Advice
062: January Q&A–Questions About Ultras, Altras, Treadmills, Why I Run, and More
061: Bill Culver–New Runner, Marathoner, Dopey Challenge Finisher, Driven to BQ
060: Quick Tip-Winter Running & Hydration–Hydration is Always Important for Runners, Even in the Winter
059: Tim Nichols–Air Force Veteran, College Student, Entrepreneur, Podcaster
058: Katy Widrick–TV Producer, Mother, Wife, Social Media Addict
057: Quick Tip-Be Seen–Never Assume that Drivers See You While You are Running
056: Jason Fitzgerald–Running Coach, Competitive Runner, Strength Training Advocate
055: Pat Mulder–Life Changed by Running, Went from 330 lbs to 170 lbs Since Running
054: Quick Tip-Stretching–There are So Many Conflicting Reports About Stretching, What Should You Believe?
053: Laura Parson–Ultra Marathoner, Running Across the Country to Raise Awareness of Sexual Violence
052: Group Run–My Podcast Listeners, Blog Followers, & Twitter Friends Share Their 2015 Running Goals
051: Quick Tip-Small Bites–If You Have Big Running Goals, To Be Successful You Need to Take Small Bites
050: Happy New Year!–I’m Sharing My 2015 New Year’s Resolutions, Both Running and Otherwise.
049: Liza Howard–Started Running Due to Peer Pressure, Team RWB Advocate, Running is Now a Family Affair
048: Charlie Engle–Ultra Marathoner, Ran Across the Sahara, Always Pushing His Limits
047: Gifts for Runners-Training Aids–Training Plans, Exercise Equipment, and More!
046: Ian Sharman–Finisher of 200 Marathon/Ultra Races in Less Than 10 Years
045: Gifts for Runners-Electronics–What Electronic Devices Do Runners Want Most?
044: Doc Talk-The Spirit of the Marathon–My View and Soundbites from an Amazing Documentary
043: Gifts for Runners-Accessories–What Running Accessories Make Great Gifts?
042: Peter Shankman–Entrepreneur, Author, Skydiver, Triathlete, Runner
041: Gifts for Runners-Recovery–All Runners Deal with Aches/Pains. Help Them Recover Faster.
040: Gifts for Runners-Fuel–Fuel Choices for All Runners/Endurance Athletes
039: Amy Hughes–Ran 53 Marathons in 53 Days
038: Gifts for Runners-Safety–Make Sure Your Runner Makes It Home in One Piece
037: Kim Conley–United States Olympian, Professional Runner, Hard Worker
036: Shawn Stratton–Entrepreneur, Speaker, Runner, Triathlete, Family Man
035: Ray Charbonneau–Author, Runner, Ran Boston in 2013 & 2014
034: Steve Carmichael–Podcast Host, Running Coach
033: Molly Huddle–Pro Runner, American Record Holder, Olympian
032: Tyler McCandless–PhD Student and 2016 Olympic Marathon Hopeful
031: Ben Schenck–Host of MTNmeister Podcast, Training for 1st Marathon
030: Ken Weary–After Experience Guatemala as a Tourist, He Decided to Move
029: Golden Harper–Founder of Altra Running, Ran His 1st Marathon at Age 10
028: Runner Q & A–3 Listener Questions Answered
027: John Noblin–Race Director of the Mississippi Blues Marathon
026: Kari Gormley–Wife, Mother, Podcaster, Dream Chaser
025: Greg Jensen–Family Man, Passion Follower, Entrepreneur
024: Jonathan Levitt–Health Enthusiast, Real Food Eater, Marathoner
023: Genia Bittner–Race Director of the Atlantic City Race Series
022: Mike Wardian–Ultra Marathoner, Globetrotter, Family Man
021: Bruce Van Horn–Author, Speaker, Life Coach, & Marathoner
020: Saga Canaday–Ultra Marathoner, Olympic Trials Qualifier, & YouTuber
019: Jeff Kline–On a 2700 Mile Mission to Bring Awareness to Prostate Cancer
018: Adam Frager–All-American Triathlete, Grandfather, and Star Wars Nut
017: Q&A Vol 1–Denny answers runner related questions from listeners.
016: Sarah Doughtry–Founder of Runraisers, Mom, Lost Over 100 lbs Running
015: Nic Welch–Former College Runner, Survived Being Hit by a Car While Running
014: Maverick Carnegie–Olympic Hopeful, Got Lost Running in Grand Canyon
013: Lisa Hamilton–Running Coach, Former Competitive Swimmer, Podcaster
012: Amanda Loudin–Running Coach, Run Blogger, MAF Practicer
011: Vanessa Runs–Ultra Marathoner, Author, Nomad
010: Patricia Lopez–Personal Trainer, Running Coach, Yoga Instructor
009: Jon Howard–Ultra Marathoner, Entrepreneur, Health and Fitness nut.
008: Denny Krahe–Solo show, talking about the future of the Diz Runs With podcast.
007: Dane Rauschenberg–Extreme marathoner, author, speaker.
006: Laura Skladzinski–World record holder, 50 State finisher, Century Club member.
005: Anders Brooker–Race Director of the Missoula Marathon.
004: Bart Yasso–Mayor of Running, Chief Running Officer for Runner’s World.
003: Sarah Stanley–Food and nutrition enthusiast. Endurance athlete.
002: Mick Jurynec–Ultra-marathoner with an impressive resume in some big races.
001: Mark Remy–Runner, author, blogger, and former editor-at-large for Runner’s World.
000: The Preview Episode–What is the Diz Runs With podcast?