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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

Gene Mid Tri

One Day at a Time: How Gene Stays Sober and How He Improves as a Runner


Today I’m going a few easy miles with Gene, who has overcome much bigger challenges than 26.2 miles.

Gene Mid Tri
In his own words, Gene came into running later in life, and he definitely enjoys it.

Like many folks that have been on the show, Gene’s favorite distance to race is 13.1. One of his goals is to always be half marathon fit, which is a good place to be. Read more

Scott Riecke

Scott Riecke is Anything but Ordinary, I Promise You That


Today I’m going a few easy miles with fellow runner and running podcaster, Scott Riecke.

Scott Riecke

Scott Riecke

Scott gave a fairly unique answer to the standard question of favorite distance to race and why. Scott’s favorite distance is whatever is farther than what he’s already successfully run.

When he started running, he was gunning for a mile. After a mile, he was looking at the 5k.

And now that he’s run a few marathons, he’s looking for something bigger and badder: an Ironman Triathlon. Read more

Sandra Laflamme

Between Training, Blogging, and Mom-ing, Sandra Laflamme is Always on the Go!


Today I’m running with Sandra Laflamme, who is a woman that refuses to sit still for long!

Sandra Laflamme

Sandra Laflamme

Sandra is always on the go, whether she’s running or triathlon training, other physical activities, running a great blog, chasing her kids around, and working on the family business.

Trying the Triathlon

While dealing with an injury that kept her from running, Sandra found herself in the pool and on the bike in order to stay active and maintain her fitness when she couldn’t run. Read more

Amy Stone, Prepping for IM Boulder

For Amy Stone, Longer Races Lead to Even Sweeter Finishes


Amy Stone has gone all in on everything endurance-sports, and she’s joining me for a few easy miles today.

Amy Stone, Prepping for IM Boulder

Amy Stone, Prepping for IM Boulder

Amy likes the long events, whether that’s a marathon or an ironman.

While the half marathon is easily the most common answer to the opening question on the show because of the fact that they are easier to train for without hijacking the rest of your life, Amy went the opposite direction with her answer.

Because marathon training and/or ironman training does require so much commitment, she loves those longer distance races because of the payoff/sense of accomplishment she gets when she crosses the finish lines of those difficult events. Read more