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Steve B Applies His Kid At Heart Mentality To Everything He Does


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My guest on the show today is someone that I recently met on Twitter.

After a quick back and forth, we decided to continue our conversation on the podcast.

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

Steve B

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Listener Q&A: April 2022

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The April showers are drying up.

So does that mean the May flowers are on deck?

Whatever.

Before the calendar turns from April to May, let’s do a little Q&A! Read more

Jenn Berk Represents Common Runners Doing Uncommon Things


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My guest today is someone that I first connected with on Twitter through running.

I don’t know much about her background in the sport, but we will cover that and a lot more in our chat.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Jenn Berk today.

Jenn Berk

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Need a Running Coach?

QT: 7 Ways a Running Coach Can Help You Reach Your Goals (Best Of-ish)

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This post was originally part of Episode 376 released in February of 2017 and is more or less copied and pasted from that post. The audio, however, is a new take on the topic.

On the surface, opting to work with a running coach (and actually paying money for it) may not make a lot of sense.

I mean, we’ve been running since we were kids, right? 

Contrary to what some non-runners (and runners?) may think, as a running coach my job isn’t to teach you to repeatedly put one foot in front of the other.

I’m pretty sure most runners have that part figured out.

So What Does a Running Coach Do?

What Do You Do

A lot of things. Read more

Laura Range Is Always Working To Make Trail Running Inclusive For All


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Today’s guest can usually be found on the trails where she is either running or directing races.

She’s the race director for the Arrowhead Endurance Run and Co-RD for the Shawnee Hills 100 and the Red Cedar Trail Half.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Laura Range today and seeing where our conversation takes us.

Laura Range

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