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Jim Gregory Embraces Challenges While Pushing His Limits


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Today’s guest is another one of those folks who I’ve been connected with on social media for quite some time and are just now making a chat happen.

Maybe it has taken this long to happen because he is just too fast for me to keep up with!

I am looking forward to trying to keep up with Jim Gregory today.

Jim Gregory

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QT: Frivolous Spending or Investing in Yourself (and Your Future)

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Stop me when this sounds familiar.

I started running because I was too cheap to join a gym.

Whether that is your story or not, if you’ve been around runners long enough you’ve heard a version of that statement before.

And for a lot of us, when we got started, running was pretty low-cost.

Maybe we grabbed a new pair of running shoes.

Maybe we bought some running clothes, though we might have already had some clothes that sufficed so new clothes weren’t required.

But for most runners, it’s only a matter of time before we start spending that cash on our running. Read more

Ryan Good Has The Stubborness Required For Endurance Events


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My guest is someone that I connected with online a while ago so today’s chat is long overdue.

He took his running to a new level in 2022 by running 5 hundred-mile races in a 7-month window.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Ryan Good today.

Ryan Good

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QT: It’s OK to Set Not SMART Goals for Yourself

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I really do love a new year.

While a new year is maybe more symbolic than anything else, it does provide a perfect opportunity to clear the decks and start fresh.

And while 2022 wasn’t a bad year for me, it was definitely something of a chaotic year.

So the fresh start of a new year is even more welcome for me this year than it has been in the recent past. Read more

Kris Murner Has Defied The Odds When It Comes To Her Running


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Today’s guest is someone that has dealt with more injuries than most runners are forced to deal with in a lifetime.

The majority of runners, myself included, may have thrown in the towel a long time ago, but not her.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Kris Murner and finding out what keeps drawing her back to the sport.

Kris Murner

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