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Tomasz Drybala Is On A Global Mission With A Message


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Today’s guest is someone that uses epic running challenges to help make a positive difference in the world.

His next endeavor is a big one, he’s getting ready to run about 25,000 miles over the next three and a half years.

I’m looking forward to going a few easy miles with Tomasz Drybala and hearing a bit more about how he got to this point.

Tomasz Drybala

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Jill And Dave Henry Co-Authored The Greatest College Health Guide


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Today’s guests are a husband and wife duo of runners, coaches, and authors.

I’m looking forward to diving into the different perspectives of their story in our chat today.

I’m excited to welcome Jill and Dave Henry on the show today as we go a few easy miles.

Jill And Dave Henry

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Dylan Roche Found That Running Was a Major Theme In His Life Story


Today, my guest is someone that I’ve been following on social media and finally came to my senses and invited him for a chat.

He is both an author and a runner and over the years has found that the two have a lot of similarities.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Dylan Roche.

Dylan Roche

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Amanda Brooks Is Helping The “Everyday” Athlete Run To The Finish


Amanda Brooks is joining me on the show today for round 2, almost 400 episodes after we chatted for the first time.

Amanda is one of the original running bloggers and a lot has changed since our last conversation, including a new book.

We will have no shortage of topics to cover today as I go a few easy miles with Amanda Brooks.

Amanda Brooks

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Maria Papalia-Meier Survived Sepsis And Is Still Running Against All Odds


My guest on the show today is a woman who’s story is as unique as it is inspiring.

Her recently published memoir detailed her battle with sepsis that ultimately led to her having to have her toes amputated.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Maria Papalia-Meier or as she calls herself, the toeless runner.

Maria Papalia-Meier

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