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Listener Q&A: November 2022

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So, who ate way too much turkey yesterday?

Gotta love Thanksgiving, am I right?

While the digestion continues, let’s dive into this month’s Q&A! Read more

Brodie Sharpe Is Sharing The Principles Of Running Smarter

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Today’s guest is making his third appearance on the show today!

In addition to being a runner, he’s also a physiotherapist, and podcaster, and recently has added the title of author to his resume.

I’m excited to catch up with Brodie Sharpe today and go a few easy miles with him.

Brodie Sharpe

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QT: Don’t Stress About Running Over the Holidays (Best Of-ish)

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The last six months of the year can a bit crazy, yes?

Between now and the end of the year, things just tend to be a bit crazy.

Holiday parties. Christmas pageants for the kids. End of the year “things”. Family demands. Travel.

Add it all up, the routine is a hot mess from now until somewhere around 4-5 January when the New Year is here and we settle back into our normal busy lives.

All of this disruption can wreak havoc on the training plans of anyone running over the holidays.

But it doesn’t have to. Read more

Nita Sweeney Is Busting Meditation Myths In Her Newest Book

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Today’s guest is back today for round 3!

Her most recent book focuses on combining movement and meditation, which may include being more mindful while on a run.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Nita Sweeney today as we catch up!

Nita Sweeney

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QT: In Running, is Good Enough Ever Good Enough?

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I was listening to the Red Weather Christians podcast recently, and the topic of the episode was about whether or not good enough is ever really good enough.

As the discussion played out, I think the answer ultimately ended up being situation-dependent.

Sometimes, good enough is fine.

Other times? Not so much.

And that got me thinking about running, and different areas where good enough is ok and others where it’s simply not. Read more