Sean Johnson Juggles Work, Family, Running, and Podcasting
Sean Johnson recently finished his first marathon, and definitely sees the race as a learning experience.
In addition to being a runner, Sean is a family man (which you can tell from the photo above) and one of the hosts of The Average Runner Podcast.
Sean deals with many of the same struggles that I deal with, and I know a lot of others do as well, with balancing work demands, family time, and still trying time to do some running on a consistent basis. Yet after seeing the benefits (physical, mental, and otherwise) and realizing that running has changed his life for the better, it’s no surprise that he’s hooked.
We covered a lot of ground on our run today, and here are some of the highlights of our chat:
- Reflecting on running his first full marathon just a few days after the event
- The emotional lift of seeing his family on the course, and the wave of emotions upon finishing the race
- How regular running benefits many other areas of life
- His motivation for running has evolved since he started
- The Average Runner Podcast
- The power of the running community
- Learning to run smarter in training to avoid breaking down physically
- Getting used to calling himself a runner
- Sean’s other podcast, Throwback Reviews and the Throwback Network
If you’d like to connect with Sean, you can find him on Facebook, Google+, and Twitter. And you can find out more about his podcasts (The Average Runner Podcast and Throwback Reviews)
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