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Chris Whitney Learned That The Hard Is What Makes It Great


My guest today is someone that recently finished running 166 miles as part of the MS Run the US 2021 relay team.

I am looking forward to learning a bit more about him, his running, and his MS Run the US experience.

Without further ado, let’s go a few easy miles with Chris Whitney today.

Chris Whitney

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Regan Zuege Took A Leap Of Faith And Won’t Be Limited By A Disease


Today’s guest is a runner that took quite the leap recently, signing up to run 7 marathons in 7 days before she had even completed a single 5k race!

Spoiler alert, she survived the experience and is here to share all the details leading up to it along with the challenge itself.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Regan Zuege today.

Regan Zuege

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Jo Boylan-Kemp Is Running 10k Per Day For Mental Health Awareness


My guest today is a woman that is pushing herself this year in the hopes of helping those that are struggling with mental health.

Her aim is simple: run 10k per day to raise funds and awareness of Mind, a mental health charity based in England.

We have a lot to talk about today and I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Jo Boylan-Kemp.

Jo Boylan-Kemp

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Rachel Mitchell is Transitioning From College Runner to Pro


Rachel Mitchell is testing the waters as a professional runner, after graduating from Sacramento State in 2014 after a successful career as a collegiate runner.

Rachel Mitchell is transitioning from a college runner to a professional.

Rachel Mitchell

The transition hasn’t always been easy, but as she continues to gain experience and adjust to the demands of running as a means to earning a living, she is focused on continuing to improve. We talked about this transition, as well as several other topics. Read more

Bill Culver

Bill Culver Got Bit by the Running Bug in a Serious Way


When he signed up for his first 5k, Bill Culver had no idea what he was getting himself into.

Bill Culver

Bill Culver

A little over a year later, he has run a lot of races, a lot of miles, and learned a lot of lessons about himself and about running in the process. While some of those lessons have been a little bit painful, both literally and figuratively, he is looking forward to using the knowledge and experiences of 2014 to help him continue to grow and improve as a runner in 2015.

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