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Eddie Robbins Overhauled His Health And The Results Surprised Him


Today’s guest is someone that I’ve been following on Twitter for a while now and his tweets were evidence that I had to invite him on the show.

He recently traveled to Alaska to run a race which brings him one step closer to running in all 50 states.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Eddie Robbins and hear all about his running adventures across the United States.

Eddie Robbins

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Ches Hutchinson Is Running For A Cause And Breaking PR’s On The Way


Today’s guest is someone that has seen his hard work and consistency really pay off over the last few years, knocking almost an hour off of his marathon times between 2017 and 2019.

But even more impressive is the amount of money he has raised in support of the Muscular Dystrophy Association.

This conversation is long overdue and I’m excited to go a few easy miles with Ches Hutchinson.

Ches Hutchinson

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Martha Theirl Prepares Her Patients To Conquer The Fourth Quarter


Today’s guest is a physical therapist that is focused on everyone from the most serious athletes to the average person that wants to enjoy their daily life without pain.

I love talking with PTs and other health professionals while nerding out on all things injury-related so clearly, we will have a lot to chat about today.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Martha Theirl today.

Martha Theirl

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Karen Schlueter-Morland Blogs On Her Love Of Running, Food, And Life


My guest today has been running for the majority of her life and she has no plans of stopping anytime soon!

She recognizes the value of taking care of her body from the inside out and how it has helped keep her running strong and healthy for decades.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Karen Schlueter-Morland today!

Karen Schlueter-Morland

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Steve Turner Found A Way To Use His Addictive Personality Positively


My guest on the show today was going down a dangerous path with his health when only a few years ago he weighed 250 pounds and was living with diabetes.

Today he is an ultra runner that recently finished the Moab 240, so you could say running has literally saved his life.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Steve Turner today.

Steve Turner

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