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An Inside Sneak Peak At the Mastermind Meeting Of Three Coaches


The show today will look a bit different than usual as I’m joined by two other running coaches that I’ve gotten to know quite well over the past several years.

Each week our Mastermind group spends an hour brainstorming new ideas, offering suggestions, or sharing personal experiences.

This episode will hopefully touch on some topics that will help you start looking forward to 2021 and the possibility of races becoming a regular thing again.

It’s my pleasure to welcome back to the show, Nora Bird and Laura Norris.

Nora Bird, Denny Krahe, And Laura Norris

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Kristin Gordon Uses Lifes Obstacles As Motivation To Push Her Limits

Today’s guest is a woman that embraced running a little later in life.

Her passion for the sport inspired her to begin coaching and help others reach their goals as well.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Kristin Gordon today.

Kristin Gordon

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Morgan Hawkins Is A Relatable Coach That Values The Run Experience


My guest on the show today is Morgan Hawkins, a lifelong runner, coach, and fellow Altra Red Team Member.

Morgan is passionate about the sport and her running journey has been anything but linear.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Morgan Hawkins today.

Morgan Hawkins

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Cliff Pittman Knows A Positive Mindset Can Reach Beyond Race Results


My guest on the show today is Cliff Pittman, a runner for about 25 years but only recently has he began seriously racing.

Cliff is also a running coach whose area of expertise is helping his athletes with their mindset.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Cliff Pittman today.

Cliff Pittman

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Mary Johnson Does What Needs to Be Done on Race Day (Best Of)


Today we are revisiting my conversation with Mary Johnson.

Mary Johnson started running when she was in “the worst shape of her life”, and it didn’t take her long to find her stride as a runner.

Mary Johnson

Mary Johnson

The more times she’s run the marathon, the more respect Mary has developed for the distance and the challenge that is inherent in running 26.2 miles.

It’s never easy, and there are times when things don’t go well, but Mary loves the feeling she gets when the finish line comes into view for the first time and the race is drawing to an end.

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