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Nita Sweeney Is Busting Meditation Myths In Her Newest Book

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Today’s guest is back today for round 3!

Her most recent book focuses on combining movement and meditation, which may include being more mindful while on a run.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Nita Sweeney today as we catch up!

Nita Sweeney

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Craig and Michelle Lewis Focus On Creating Inclusive Communities

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My guests today are a husband and wife duo that have weaved running into the fabric of their lives both personally and professionally.

Between the races they’ve run, hurdles overcome, and launching their own podcast, there’s no doubt we will have more than a few things to talk about today.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Craig and Michelle Lewis today.

Craig and Michelle Lewis

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Michael Nielsen Is Giving Runners Resources Needed To Succeed

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Today’s guest is a fellow running coach and podcaster, so clearly we will have no lack of topics to cover.

In his running career, he has run hundreds of races, up to and including the 50-mile distance.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Michael Nielsen today!

Michael Nielsen

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Montana Ross Hated To Get Dirty Until She Discovered OCRs

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My guest today is a lady that doesn’t mind getting a little dirty while she’s logging her miles.

She goes by the nickname Pretty Lil Mudder and as her name implies she loves a good obstacle course race.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Montana Ross.

Montana Ross

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QT: Is Suffering Through a Run in Bad Weather Really Necessary?

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We all know that we can’t control the weather.

Duh

As a general rule, planned races happen no matter what the weather conditions are.

While we would all prefer ideal weather conditions on race day, that’s simply not realistic.

So how do you make sure you’re ready to go on race day, no matter what the weather gods throw your way?

Turns out, that’s something of a layered question… Read more