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QT: Silencing Your Inner Hater is Easier Said than Done (Best Of-ish)


This post was originally part of Episode 310 released in September of 2016 and is more or less copied and pasted from that post. The audio, however, is a completely new take on the topic.

It may come as a bit of a surprise to you, but I don’t listen to very many running podcasts.

I promise I’ve got nothing against the other running shows that are out there. I just don’t tend to really get into other running shows.

What I do get into, however, are business/entrepreneurial types of podcasts.

One quote that I hear on these types of shows is from Jim Rohn.

Jim Rohn 5 People

The idea behind the quote is that if you surround yourself with people that will build you up, you’ll blossom and grow.

And if you are surrounded by people with negative energy, they will drag you down.

What is often overlooked is the fact that the voice in your head is one of your five. Read more

Julie Burke Can’t Run From MS But That Won’t Stop Her From Trying


Today’s guest is a woman that has raised thousands of dollars over the years to help fight Multiple Sclerosis, a disease that she has been living with since 2013.

Earlier this summer she took to the roads of Ohio to cover 172 miles over 6 days as a part of the 2021 MS Run the US Relay team and raised almost $17k for the cause.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Julie Burke today.

Julie Burke

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QT: The Accuracy of Treadmill Data and Purchasing Considerations with Thessaly Nicolaysen


This is the third and final installment of the treadmill mini-series with Ms. Thessaly Nicolasen.

If you missed the first two chats, here’s what we discussed:

  • The first week we talked about why Thessaly loves the treadmill and how to fight the boredom factor.
  • In week two, we covered treadmill workouts and potential injury risks associated with the treadmill.

To bring it home, today we are talking about trusting the data on the treadmill and things to consider if you’re thinking about buying your own treadmill. Read more

Rich Stein Isn’t Just Surviving MS, He Is Showing What’s Possible


Today’s guest is someone that is relatively new to the sport, but has already accomplished a lot and is just getting started!

As a part of the 2021 MS Run the US relay team, he logged 167 miles over 6 days while raising over $15k to help fight the disease that he’s been living with for almost a decade.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Rich Stein today.

Rich Stein

 

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QT: Choosing Workouts and Minimizing Injury Risk While Running on the Treadmill with Thessaly Nicolaysen


In this week’s Quick Tip, I’m once again joined by Ms. Thessaly Nicolaysen to talk about a subject near and dear to her heart: treadmill running.

Last week we talked about why Thessaly loves the treadmill so much and some ways to fight the potential boredom factor associated with running on the torture device.

This week we are diving into two topics that are a bit more in my wheelhouse: workouts and injury concerns. Read more