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Jen Lefforge Provides a Breath of Fresh Air in a World of Stigmas


My guest today has many titles which include but certainly aren’t limited to- wife, mom, runner, blogger, and Disney lover.

Jen Lefforge Posing with the Boss and Some Bling

Recently she also added her own YouTube channel to her already busy life.

Jen Lefforge and I will go a few easy miles as she shares the why behind what she does and her goals for the future both running and beyond.

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Suzy Slane Pulls No Punches About Running Postpartum and Mental Illness


Today I’m catching back up with Ms. Suzy Slane.

Suzy Slane on Race Day

Suzy is the kind of person that pulls no punches.

She’s real and honest and raw on her blog and her social media, so it’s no surprise that we went deep during our chat today. Read more

Scott Douglas Is A True Believer That Running Is Therapy


It’s safe to say that most runners have read something that my guest has written.

Scott Douglas

Scott Douglas is a contributing editor at Runner’s World as well as an author of numerous running books.

His most recent book, Running is My Therapy,  addresses the many mental benefits running has.

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Suzy Slane, Post Run

Suzy Slane Isn’t Afraid to Be Real About Running and Life (Best Of)


Suzy Slane is an open book.

She’s open about the good, the bad, and the ugly of daily life and running, and our chat today covers all of that and then some.

Suzy Slane, Post Run

Suzy Slane, Post Run

Running an Ultra With Nary a Clue

Suzy has fallen in love with the 50 mile distance, even though she’s only raced that distance once.

The fact that she’s only run 50 miles once (and only one other ultra distance event in general) and she loves the distance was a bit of a surprise to me, but her reasoning makes sense.

When she ran her 50 miler, Suzy finished as the 3rd female and qualified to represent Canada at the Commonwealth games.

With that type of success in a race, I can see why 50 miles has a special place in Suzy’s heart.

The other reason that she enjoyed her 50 mile race so much is the different vibe that is present in the ultra running community. Suzy felt at home with the ultra runners, whether she’s raced lots of ultras or not. Read more

Steve Austin

Steve Austin is Running to Live and Living to Run After Surviving a Suicide Attempt


Today I’m running a few inspirational miles with coach, speaker, and fellow podcaster Steve Austin.

Steve Austin

Steve Austin

Steve has had some serious battles with depression and anxiety in his past.

After a failed suicide attempt, Steve started running. Now, 5 years later, he has devoted his life to helping bring awareness to the sport and its effects on mental health. Read more