Corinne Milligan Is Seeing The World Through The Eyes Of A Runner

My guest today is a lady that loves to combine running and traveling.

She is well on her way to reaching her goal of running a half marathon in every state and has also raced quite a bit outside of the country as well.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Corinne Milligan as we talk race-cations along with a whole lot more!

Corinne Milligan

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Liz Warner Created Run To Reach In An Effort To Inspire Change

My guest on the show today is on a mission to run 30 marathons in 30 countries before she turns 30 all in the hopes of raising money for some worthy organizations.

Like all of us, her plans have been altered due to the Covid-19 situation, but she’s still finding a way to move forward despite the obstacles.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Liz Warner today.

Liz Warner

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QT: Avoiding Jet Lag when Traveling Across Time Zones for a Race

In many cases, if you’re heading for a race-cation you will find yourself traveling across time zones to get to your destination.

If you’re only going one-time zone, that may not be too big of a deal. But if you’re crossing several time zones jet lag may set in and your race may be impacted negatively.

Joining me on today’s quick tip episode are two folks that know a thing or two about traveling and adjusting to a new time zone, especially when races are involved.

Tom Leddy and Carol Valls are the co-writers of the book The Ultimate Travel Guide for Runners.

If you have a destination race on your horizon, you definitely want to check out their book full of tips and tricks that will help you save some money and improve your traveling/racing experience. Read more

Traveling After a Race

Traveling After a Race? Three Tips to Make Your Trip More Comfortable

When I put together Friday’s quick tip about the issues a runner faces when making a long trip right before the race, I was planning on today’s post being the natural follow up–things to do when you’re traveling after a race, either by car or by plane.

Traveling After a Race

Traveling After a Race?

I’m still going to do that post today, but it’s not nearly as topical as I’d planned.

(If you’re not following me on Social Media, you may have missed the announcement that I wasn’t able to make it out to California to speak and run the Running with the Bears marathon. I’ll share the details of the disappointment later this week.)

So instead of dealing with the post-marathon aches and pains I was expecting to face today, I’m writing this post based on past experience.

Jumping in a plane less than 8 hours after running 26.2 is something I’ve done before (twice, actually), and I’ve also taken an 8+ hour car ride right after a race.

So if you’re facing a trip shortly after a half/full marathon finish, here are a few things you can do to make your trip home as comfortable as possible.  Read more