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Scott Riecke Is Continuing To Create Change In Not So Ordinary Ways


If you’ve been listening to the show for a while, you’ll recognize today’s guest because he’s making his third appearance on the show today.

Since our last chat, I had the chance to meet him briefly in person and run in his annual virtual race in support of the American Cancer Society.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles and catching up with Scott Riecke today!

Scott Riecke and Denny

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Kasha Speas Has Learned Lifelong Lessons By Running One Mile A Day


My guest today is one of those rare runners that belong in the streaker category.

She is closing in on 4 years of running at least a mile every day and she has no plans on stopping anytime soon.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Kasha Speas today.

Kasha Speas

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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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Cliff Pittman Knows A Positive Mindset Can Reach Beyond Race Results


My guest on the show today is Cliff Pittman, a runner for about 25 years but only recently has he began seriously racing.

Cliff is also a running coach whose area of expertise is helping his athletes with their mindset.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Cliff Pittman today.

Cliff Pittman

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Deb Westergaard Found Inspiration in Living Through Every Runner’s Nightmare


Today’s guest is someone that has lived through what, for many of us, may be our worst running nightmare: being hit by a car while out on a run.

Deb Westergaard, Out on the Trails

The fallout from the whole incident inspired her to change directions professionally with a goal of helping others.

Deb Westergaard and I will go a few easy miles as she shares how a negative situation became her source of motivation.

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