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Heather Caplan

Heather Caplan Believes that the Best Diet is No Diet at All


Today I’m running a few easy miles with an anti-diet dietician.

Heather Caplan on the Trails

Heather Caplan on the Trails

Heather Caplan has a few different titles in her byline. In addition to being a dietician, she is also a freelance writer, podcast host, runner, and coach.

I’m extremely excited that Heather has carved the the time out of her busy schedule to chat today. Read more

Erin Freel Before and After

Erin Freel has Found Success by Setting Big Goals and Doing the Work


Today I’m going a few easy miles with runner and triathlete (and Ironman!) Erin Freel.

Erin Freel, Finishing Her Ironman

Erin Freel, Finishing Her Ironman

The decision to start running was one that Erin credits with saving her life.

Erin has lost over 100 pounds since the start of her running journey, and she’s not planning to slow down anytime soon! Read more

Amanda Brooks

Amanda Brooks Has Been Blogging at Run to the Finish For a Decade


Today I’m running a few miles with a runner that is one of the OGs in the online running community.

Amanda Brooks

Amanda Brooks

Her blog is packed with thousands of posts, and if you look hard enough you might find my guest post I wrote awhile back about recovering from a stress fracture.

I’m excited to catch up with one of my favorite run bloggers, Amanda Brooks, today! Read more

Mirna Valerio Proves that Badass Runners Come in All Shapes and Sizes


Today I’m running a few easy miles with Mirna Valerio.

Mirna Valerio

Mirna Valerio

If her name sounds familiar, don’t be alarmed.

She has been recently featured in the Wall Street Journal, NBC Nightly News, and Runners World.

I can’t quite compete with those outlets, but thankfully Mirna has low standards when it comes to chatting on a podcast! Read more

Coach Jay Johnson

Coach Jay Johnson Shares His Simple, But Not Easy, Tips for Becoming a Better Runner


Today I’m running a few miles with a coach that knows a little something about getting the most out of his runners.

Coach Jay Johnson

Coach Jay Johnson

Jay Johnson has been coaching runners for over 15 years.

Under Jay’s tutelage, athletes have run PRs in races from 1 to 100 miles. Jay has also coached national championship winning runners in cross country, track, and on the roads.

Jay is also an author, podcast host, and the director of Boulder Running Camps. Read more