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Dr. Anthony Fleg Created A Community By Using Running As Medicine


My guest today is the coordinator of the Native Health Initiative and the Director of Running Medicine.

From an individual to an entire community, he believes that running can truly be the foundation of great health across the board.

Anthony Fleg at a Running Medicine Event

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Dr. Anthony Fleg.

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Justin Horneker Navigates Running Post Collegiately For All To Hear


My guest today is a fellow podcast host, coach, and runner so clearly we will have no shortage of things to talk about.

Justin Horneker

He is also a former collegiate athlete and record holder in the 1500m for his Alma Mater.

I’m excited to welcome Justin Horneker to the show as I try to keep up on our run today.

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QT: Make Sure You Have Fun While Chasing Big Goals


As you probably are well aware, I am a fan of big goals.

My two big running goals are to BQ (and run Boston, obvi) and to run a marathon in every state.

Neither of these goals are close to completion at this point.

If I’m going to be realistic, I’m a solid decade away from hitting the mark (minimum) on each front.

I’m cool with this fact, and more than willing to continue to put in the work required to achieve both of these goals in the future.

In the meantime, I might as well have a little fun, eh? Read more

Running Should Be Fun

QT: Above All Else, Your Running Should Always Be FUN!


Running should always be fun.

Running Should Be Fun

Whatever other reasons that you have for running, from health to social to competition, first and foremost your running needs to be something that you enjoy doing. Something that is fun.

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Sara Welle

Sara Welle Finds Ways to Keep Running Fun! (Best Of)


Today we are traveling back in time to my chat with Sara Welle.

I loved talking with Sara back in October of 2015, and her love for every aspect of our sport is readily apparent.

If you’re looking for a light hearted and fun conversation between two runners, you are definitely in the right place. Enjoy!


A Passionate Beer Miler?

When I ask my guests about their favorite distance to race and why, easily the most common answer is the half-marathon.

Not for Sara.

Sara’s answer was the beer mile, which is awesome! 

Sara Welle Mid-Beer Mile

Sara Welle Mid-Beer Mile

If you’re unfamiliar, the beer mile starts with drinking a beer and then running a quarter mile. Then repeat. Then repeat. Then repeat. Read more