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Greg Unger Has a Larger than Life Presence and Motivational Advice to Match

Greg Unger is returning to the show today for round two.

When he does anything he goes all in, which explains why I had to have him on for a second time.

In his few short years as an endurance athlete, Greg has completed over 230 marathons, ultras, and Iron Man triathlons!

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Dr. Christopher Segler

Dr. Christopher Segler is the Doctor that the Running Community Needs


Dr. Christopher Segler is not your average podiatrist.

Dr. Christopher Segler is Also an Ironman Triathlete!

Dr. Christopher Segler is Also an Ironman Triathlete!

This 14-time Ironman is an expert in pushing the body to the limit without doing too much.

That is a fine line to walk, but it is possible. Read more

Eric Collard

Eric Collard Found Running After Football, and Now He’s Hooked


Today I’m going a few easy miles with a runner, a podcaster, and coach (running and otherwise) Eric Collard.

Eric Collard

Eric Collard

Like many of us, Eric’s running tastes continue to evolve.

10 years ago, he was focused more on speed and racing.

Now, he enjoys taking his time and running long. And if he happens to run a race, so be it. Read more

Shane Finn Coastal

Shane Finn is Taking on Another Marathon Streak to Raise Money for Those With Spina Bifida


Shane Finn is a pretty incredible 24 year old!

Starting June 22nd of this year, he will attempt to run 24 marathons in 24 days with the goal of raising €100,000 for Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Ireland.

Shane Finn Coastal

Shane Finn Running in Coastal Ireland

He’ll start his 628.8 mile journey in his hometown of Dingle, with the hopes of completing it on July 15th in Kerry.

Why?

What could possibly motivate a 24 year old man to attempt such a feat? Read more

Joe Lynch

Joe Lynch on Finding Balance Between Tri Training, Family, and Giving Back


Today I’m joining fellow running dad and coffee fanatic Joe Lynch for a few easy miles.

Joe Lynch

Joe Lynch

Joe is still new to the running dad routine, and as he adjusts to having a little one in the picture he is finding shorter distances of running (and triathlon) allow for more balance and time with the family. Read more