QT: Returning to Running After Injury Can Go Sideways if You’re Not Careful


As much as I like to think that most running injuries can be avoided, the fact of the matter is that most of us will wind up some form of running injury at some point in our running careers.

Pretty Much Sums it Up...

Yeah, it totally sucks.

But it’s also the reality for many runners each year.

As such, maybe we should talk a little bit about some guidelines for recovering from injury, eh? Read more

Cortney Berling Lives and Teaches the Motto Eat Well Perform Better


Today’s guest is a former collegiate runner that has found a way to keep running in her post-college life in both her personal and professional lives.

She is the owner of, “Eat Well. Perform Better,” specializing in women runners, as she knows first hand how hard over-training and under-fueling can be on the body.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Registered Dietician, Cortney Berling, and learning a few things as well.

Cortney Berling

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Listener Q&A: July 2020


And just like that, another month is drawing to a close.

Only five more months until we can put an end to 2020 once and for all!

One last thing to do before we put July 2020 out to pasture, and that is a little Q&A! Read more

Diana Angstadt Runs To Find Healing While Raising Awareness For PTSD


Diana Angstadt and I first met via Instagram this past year when her story caught my attention.

In this time of Covid-19 without any races to train for, Diana took this opportunity to challenge herself while raising money and awareness for a cause close to her heart.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Diana Angstadt today.

Diana Angstadt

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Hyperbole

QT: Usually, It’s Not as Bad as It Seems (Best Of-ish)


Humans can be a rather dramatic bunch, and we runners are humans so we can be a bit dramatic too.

Has that three-word phrase ever come out of your mouth? Probably.

When you uttered those words, had you really just completed your worst run ever? Doubtful. Read more