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Tom Foreman is Back! We Catch Up After His Year of Running Dangerously


Today I’m going a few easy miles with one of the most popular guests in the history of the show.

Tom Foreman chatted with me for the first time nearly 300 episodes ago If you missed that chat, I’d definitely encourage you to go back and give it a listen.

Tom Foreman Training

Tom Foreman on the Run

When we first talked Tom had recently published his book My Year of Running Dangerously.

Now he’s back to share some more stories and let us know what he’s been up to since we last spoke. Read more

Jonathan Beverly

Jonathan Beverly Speaks About Myths, Methods, and Your Favorite Running Shoes!


Today I’m extremely excited to be running a few easy miles with Jonathan Beverley!

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Jonathan was the editor-in-chief for Running Times for 15 years.
He recently published his first book, Your Best Stride, and is finishing up his second book which will be published later this year.

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Novelist Brian Burk is Tackling Every Race On His Horizon


Today I’m running with someone that I have been looking to bring onto the show for a while now.

Brian Burk Running

Brian Burk

Brian Burk is a runner with an impressive running resume of over 100 races, including 16 marathons andultra-lengthength races.
In 2016, he published his first novel centered around one of the most iconic 100 milers in the country, the Leadville 100!

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An Epic Cory Reese Selfie

Cory Reese DNFd His First Few Marathons, Now 26.2 is Just a Warm Up


On today’s episode of the show, I’m going a few miles with fellow Altra Ambassador Cory Reese. 

I first “met” Cory in the Altra Ambassador FB group page, and the first thing that “jumped” out at me was his epic running selfies.

Exhibit A:

An Epic Cory Reese Selfie

An Epic Cory Reese Selfie

A Bumpy Start to Distance Running

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Tom Leddy

Tom Leddy Started Running to Impress His Boss–Seriously!


Tom Leddy is someone that I can learn quite a bit from in my pursuit of some of my bigger running (and non-running) goals.

Tom Leddy

Tom Leddy

Tom got into running in one of the most unique ways I’ve ever heard: to impress his boss!

Tom’s boss was a runner, and he was invited to join the boss for a few miles at lunchtime. Tom accepted, and it didn’t take long for him to feel worn out. But he stuck with it, and soon he was hooked.

Racing and Traveling

Tom has some big goals in terms of running and racing, including running a half in all 50 states and running a marathon on each continent. Read more