Posts

Listener Q&A: August 2018


Depending on where you live, you may not feel like summer is winding down just yet.

But according to the calendar, August is winding down and Labor Day, aka the unofficial end of the summer, is right around the corner.

Before you put your white pants away until Memorial Day, let’s do a little Q&A! Read more

Jaclyn Ricchio Finds Balance in Both Running and Everyday Life


My guest Jaclyn Ricchio is a 3-time marathoner and a podcast host.

Jaclyn Ricchio

In the past few years, she has been making a lot of changes to her diet including how she views food.

Today we will go a few easy miles as she shares how going outside your comfort zone can reap big rewards.

Read more

QT: When It Comes to Your Body, Everything is Connected


I’ve had a couple of instances in the past few days that have reminded me of the importance of perspective.

When you get a bit of a niggle in one part of your body, the natural assumption is to focus in on what is wrong in that area.

Wherever you feel the pain, that must be where the cause of said pain is located as well. Right?

Our bodies a pretty complicated, in case you haven’t figured that out yet.

The interconnectedness between our various organs and tissues is insane. And as such, the location of your pain and the location of the cause of said pain aren’t always the same. Read more

Lyndsey Fraser is Fueled By Big Goals in Life and on the Trails


Today I’ll be going a few easy trail miles with Lyndsey Fraser.

Lyndsey Fraser

Lyndsey is definitely at home on the trails, whether she’s running or on her mountain bike.

As a goal oriented person, Lyndsey shares what is driving her in the future.

Read more

Emily Garcia Enjoys Running for a Cause with Team Momentum


Emily Garcia and I first connected through Team Momentum, a charity running component for the Muscular Dystrophy Association.

Emily Garcia

Her personal connection to the cause inspired her to become a coach for the team.

Today we will go a few easy miles as Emily shares why everyone should consider running for a cause.

Read more